## Unity – Why should running the WebGL app in Edge improve performance in Firefox?

I have a WebGL app (created with Unity 2019) that I test locally in Firefox and Edge. If the app is only running in one tab in Firefox, it runs at 25 to 50 fps and shows a noticeable jerk. If I run the app in Firefox and Edge at the same time (each browser on its own monitor), the performance in Firefox improves considerably – it jumps to 50 to 60 fps and stuttering is eliminated.

Frankly, the results sound ridiculous even to me, but I've tried them over and over again and they're 100% consistent. Opening the app on a tab in Edge instantly improves performance in Firefox. Closing the tab in Edge immediately reduces performance in Firefox.

I'm super on Windows 10 with a GTX 2070.

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## I have SSL on my website, but Edge and Chrome are NOT displaying securely

I spent days worrying about why my website is not showing up securely in Edge and Chrome. I have not tried FF yet. The SSL link check … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1803437&goto=newpost
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## connected – strategy for determining the minimum expected costs in a series diagram with the edge probability pi and the search costs ci

Every edge in a series diagram $$e_i$$ exists with probability $$p_i$$. And if you want to investigate the existence of edges $$e_i$$, It will cost you $$c_i$$. I want to test connectivity between source $$s$$ and goal $$d$$ with the minimum expected cost.

I have found that the expected cost can be calculated below if the edge detection sequence is $$e_1, e_2, cdots e_n$$::

$$E (cost) = c_1 + p_1 * (c_2 + p_2 * (c_3 + p_3 * ( cdots (c_ {n-1} + p_ {n-1} * c_n) cdots)))$$

So is there a strategy or an algorithm to find out the minimum expected costs and the edge detection sequence? Posted on Categories Articles

## I am asking for a launcher file for my Amazfit edge

I accidentally deleted my launcher app from my amazfit verge smartwatch, which is com.huami.watch.launcher (/system/priv-app/WearLauncher/WearLauncher.apk). Can you please send the APK file or link to it so I can download it and reinstall it on my watch?

## What is the problem: black and white development: film clear, no edge marks no images, BUT has guides?

I'm developing a roll of BW film today: the negatives are completely clear, no picture, no edge, but was the leader developed correctly?

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## random – MySQL order by edge, but the result must have a different specific value

I'm trying to get random values ​​from SQL, but I want the results to have at least one specific value from a column. How can I do that?

For example;

TABLE;

``````id  |  category  |  name
----------------------------
1   |      1     |  A
2   |      2     |  B
3   |      3     |  C
4   |      1     |  D
5   |      3     |  E
6   |      3     |  F
7   |      2     |  G
8   |      3     |  H
``````

When I query four random dates with the category ID, the results do not all have different categories. Sometimes the result is like this.

``````SELECT * FROM table WHERE category IN (1,2,3) ORDER BY RAND LIMIT 4

id  |  category  |  name
----------------------------
1   |      1     |  A
4   |      1     |  D
3   |      3     |  C
8   |      3     |  H
``````

Category 2 is missing from this example, but I want each category to have such results.

``````id  |  category  |  name
----------------------------
3   |      3     |  C <-- One from category 3
4   |      1     |  D <-- One from category 1
7   |      2     |  G <-- One from category 2
5   |      3     |  E <-- All categories ok, it can be random from any of them
``````

Sorry for my english, i hope i could explain what i wanted. The results must contain at least one line from the where clause "Category IN (X, Y, Z)".

Thank you very much.

## java – name of the application at the edge of the form

How do I make the application name appear at the edge of the window (top left) when I start running? I am using Netbeans and want to know how to do it, if possible with the graphical resource, not with code. ## Left navigation edge – SharePoint Stack Exchange

I'm creating a SharePoint site in 2013. I used CSS code to remove the quick start in the left navigation area. I then added a table. However, my table is still indented over where the quick start would have ended. I need to know how to move this margin to use the space. Any help is greatly appreciated !!
Example:

Quick start removed – The table still starts high up here, although the quick start has been removed.

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## Graphics – Remove imperfections in the circle with a gradient edge

I'm trying to draw a red circle with a gradient that changes to white on the edge. I am currently defining a smooth step function and drawing a rectangular block with a gradient that is defined by the smooth step function:

``````smoothstep(x_) := Piecewise({{0, x <= -(1/2)}, {-20*(x + 1/2)^7 + 70*(x + 1/2)^6 - 84*(x + 1/2)^5 + 35*(x + 1/2)^4, -(1/2) < x < 1/2}, {1, x >= 1/2}})

img = Rasterize(DensityPlot(smoothstep(x), {x, 0, 4}, {y, -4, 4}, ColorFunction -> Function({x, y}, Hue(1, x, 1)), Frame -> False, PlotRangePadding -> None)
``````

that seems to be successful Then I applied this gradient as a texture to a circle

``````ParametricPlot({r*Cos(t), r*Sin(t)}, {r, 0, 1}, {t, 0, 2 Pi}, Mesh -> False, BoundaryStyle -> None, Axes -> False, Frame -> False, PlotStyle -> {Opacity(1), Texture(img)})
`````` This is mostly successful except for 1) the white dot in the center of the circle and 2) the faint concentric red line outside.

How do I remove these imperfections in the resulting image? Should I change my approach?

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## Algorithms – Random linear arrangement of a tree with limited edge lengths

To let $$T$$ be a tree with $$V$$ and edges $$E$$. Let a linear arrangement $$pi$$ of $$T$$ a bijective mapping of nodes to integers in the range $${1, dots, | V | }$$. you can imagine $$pi$$ as defining the position of each node in an array on a line.

Now define the length an edge $$E = {u, v }$$ in the $$T$$ under $$pi$$ be the absolute value of the position difference for $$u$$ and $$v$$ according to the linear arrangement $$pi$$::
$$begin {equation} l_ pi (u, v) = | pi (u) – pi (v) |. end {equation}$$

Linear arrangements of this kind are examined, for example, in the problem of optimal linear arrangement (Chung, 1984), where the goal is to find a $$pi$$ for a firm $$T$$ which minimizes $$sum _ { {u, v } in E} l_ pi (u, v)$$.

My problem is: given a tree $$T$$ and a linear arrangement $$pi$$, create new linear arrangement $$pi ^ prime$$ randomly uniform from the set of possible linear arrangements of $$T$$ while maintaining the same distribution over the edge lengths as in the original $$pi$$.

An example tree with a linear arrangement $$pi$$ is shown below. Each edge is marked with its length. The distribution of edge lengths in this tree is under this particular linear arrangement $$(1, 1, 1, 2, 2)$$ (3 of length 1 and 2 of length 2). Here is the same tree under a different linear arrangement $$pi ^ prime$$that has the same distribution of edge lengths $$(1,1,1,2,2)$$. I'm looking for an efficient algorithm to generate random linear arrays that maintain the distribution over edge lengths. Here is a basic algorithm for rejecting samples:

1. Start with the tree $$T$$ With $$n$$ Knot and linear arrangement $$pi$$Calculate the list of edge lengths for $$T$$ under $$pi$$. Call that $$L$$.
2. Generate a random linear arrangement $$pi ^ prime$$ by drawing from the set of $$n!$$ linear arrangements of $$T$$.
3. Calculate the list of edge lengths for $$T$$ under $$pi ^ prime$$. Call that $$L ^ prime$$. If $$L ^ prime = L$$, take the sample. If $$L ^ prime neq L$$, reject the sample and go to step 2.

This question relates to my previous question, but differs from this one: Generate a randomly labeled tree with restricted edge lengths. In this question I looked for random trees. In this question, I am looking for random linear arrangements of a fixed tree, while maintaining the topology of the tree.

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