This project will discuss the usage of the logical programming language called Prolog to solve a diabolic magic squares made with 4 by 4 squares and Python as a front-end. A diabolic magic squares are matrix of 4 rows and 4 columns which have unique numbers on each cell from 1 to 16. This project will implement the solution of this problem using logical deduction.
This one-column template was designed specifically for authors to create their submission to the Journal of Mathematical Physics.
Simply click the “Open as Template” button above to begin writing online (in your browser). Additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself.
Support from submission through to publication is available from AIP Publishing through AIP Author Services. For expert English language editing, translation, figure creation and figure formatting, please visit https://authorservices.aip.org/ for more information.
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This is a template that allows to crop and split a PDF just editing few lines of code.
Load your PDF (Project --> files)
Change opportunely the size and the number of pages
To discovering the correct size, you can use software like: Inkscape, Gimp or a PDF Reader
I put the units in mm but you can choose in whatever you want
Activate a step at a time
More info on my website: http://rainnic.altervista.org/it/tag/latex
A template for creating "data cards" to document datasets in machine learning and data science. The card is styled as a nutrition label, so it may also be helpful in other use cases.
For information on creating complete dataset documentation, see "Datasheets for Datasets" by Gebru et al. (https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.09010)
For an example datasheet that incorporates this template, see our retrospective documentation of BookCorpus (https://arxiv.org/abs/2105.05241)