A while back I ran into this blog post and it made me wonder. I’m
not a native speaker but the idiomatic phrases that they note as common
don’t strike me as such. I don’t think I have ever encountered them very
often in real dialogue.

This summer, I was granted the project called scikit-learn-speed,
consisting of developing a benchmarking platform for scikit-learn and
using it to find potential speedups, and in the end, make the library go
faster wherever I can.

On the official closing day of this work, I’d like to take a …

The matrix inverse is a cornerstone of linear algebra, taught, along
with its applications, since high school. The inverse of a matrix
\$latex A\$, if it exists, is the matrix \$latex A\^{-1}\$ such that
\$latex AA\^{-1} = A\^{-1}A = I_n\$. Based on the requirement that the
left and …