Tutorial Series

This multi-part tutorial series is an attempt to capture Linear Algebra concepts succinctly and intuitively while not leaving out the difficult concepts. The first part covers the basic definitions which are essential to foray into this area.

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Basics


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Sports Analytics

A Brief Tutorial on the PageRank Algorithm


Commentary

A commentary on the continuing series of events after the death of the young actor.

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Run then, for victory.

The right posture is crucial to avoiding injuries.

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Technology

A roundworm has 300 neurons and 7000 connections between them. We still do not understand how its brain works. Our brain has 86,000,000,000 neurons and 100,000,000,000,000 connections. Neuralink’s device has 1024 electrodes. That sums up as to where we stand.

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Movie Review

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Movie review

Bland, boring and burdensome to watch. A disappointing movie which is based in 83, looks in 83 and feels like it is made in 83.

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Movie Review

A decent watch, considering the inspiring real-life story on which it is based, but what accompanies throughout is similar lalaland vibe, of the trademark Karan Johar movie. Apparent shades of GI Jane in the screenplay and a clear case of plagiarism of the beats from Top Gun.

★★★☆☆

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Torrent Science

Analysing the viewership of the environment and climate-related documentaries towards quantifying the concern for climate change among countries of the world.

Australia, currently, is highly concerned about climate change.


Movie Review ★★ ½ ☆☆

Avrodh fails to do justice to the 2016 events and falls terribly short in any comparison with the movie. (★★ ½ ☆☆)

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Deepak Karunakaran

computer scientist — cinephile — writer — runner

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