In this example, we do have a large XML file and we want to separate it into several small files. And we always want to copy out a very specific content of this file into individual files. My file looks like this: (Enlarge Picture) As you can see by XML-View, there is a pattern recognizable: (Enlarge […]

Any complex system can be abstracted in a simple way, or at least dissected to its basic abstract components. Complexity arises by the accumulation of several simple layers. The goal of this post, is to explain how neural networks work with the most simple abstraction. We will try to reduce the machine learning mechanism in NN to its basic abstract components. Unlike other posts that explain neural networks, we will try to use the least possible amount of mathematical equations and programming code, and focus only on the abstract concepts.

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I found a very interesting article today:  “This is a huge image damage for us” Ernst Prost, boss of the mineral oil manufacturer Liqui Moly, hopes for the help of a special Task Force of Microsoft – and denies a complicity in the floppy software introduction. Mr. Prost, you dramatically described a flawed introduction of […]

In our Dynamics CRM, we do have one single entity for companies and consolidated companies. As an example, look at this:

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YouTube or AdMob are companies, which are all integrated in the consolidated company Google LLC. (Google LLC is parent account)

And now imagine to have some opportunities for YouTube, some for AdMob and also some for Google LLC itself. Now, I want to show all of the opportunities in one subgrid as shown below. (‘Katja 1-3’ is equal to ‘YouTube’, ‘Verbund Neu Created’ is equal to ‘Google LLC’).

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When it came to the future of work, the prophets of the past swarmed. Karl Marx believed that it would be possible for anyone to “hunt in the morning, fish in the afternoon, practice livestock breeding in the evening and criticize after dinner … without ever becoming a hunter, fisherman, shepherd or critic”. In turn, […]