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What does the statement "user-level threads map to kernel threads" mean?
Here, when we say "user-level threads" we mean the abstraction of units of execution presented to user-space. That is, we're talking about threads as a programming model. Most systems have some sort of thread-like abstraction. This abstraction can be implemented fully in kernel-space, fully in user-space, or via some hybrid thereof. These are called 1:1 threading, M:1 threading, and M:N threading, respectively.When we say "kernel threads" we are talking about threads that are implemented in kernel-space. These are threads that act (on some level) similar to normal processes: They are schedulable and can own kernel resources. Most notably, in a kernel-backed threading model, the kernel manages context switches from one thread to the next.When we say "user-level threads map to kernel threads" we mean that the abstraction of threads presented to user-space is implemented using threads in kernel-space, with each user thread being represented by a kernel-implemented thread. Another way of saying this is that the system employs a 1:1 threading model: One kernel thread for every user thread. This is how, for example, Linux implements threading.
Does sorting algorithm choice depend on the language being used?
I’m going to go out on a limb. I think the elephant in the room here is Haskell and QuickSort! (judging from the Haskell tag and the sorting question)A lot of intro to Haskell tutorials will show off a ridiculously streamlined version of the “QuickSort” algorithmquicksort :: (Ord a) = [a] - [a] quicksort [] = [] quicksort (x:xs) = let smallerSorted = quicksort [a | a - xs, a = x] biggerSorted = quicksort [a | a - xs, a x] in smallerSorted ++ [x] ++ biggerSorted sure a 6 line divide and conquer sort is impressive, unfortunately this really aint QuickSort! Its partitioning by filtering twice to get sublists and then sticking them together to form the sorted list.The magic thing about QuickSort that makes it so efficient is the way that it partitions and logically subdivides the input array in place in one pass. In other words, the algorithm itself relies on the notion of mutating the input array.Haskell is sort of known as a “purely functional” programming language. One of my problems with this idea to call real functional programming languages “purely functional” and any language that gives you a lambda a functional programming language, are misunderstandings like this. Haskell actually has mutation! Its just not the default. However see here Efficient Quicksort in Haskell for an example of a true in place QuickSort implementation in Haskell. (Well I guess it’s still not as fast as the C++ version, but I’m sure you could find one that is somewhere)For my money its a lot less straightforward than just doing a C version, but the point is that different languages can favor different types of solutions. Here we are slightly going outside the default Haskell, just as we would go outside of the default C by trying to enforce some kind of functional immutable style. Sure its doable but the syntax isn’t exactly working for you and you’ll need more of it.However, lets be clear, it was far from impossible to implement true QuickSort in Haskell.(Full disclosure : This answer has been a slight Haskell rehash of Matthew Drescher's answer to What is the dark side of functional programming? What problems are not suited for functional programming? What problems arise in large deployments? )
What is difference between LTE and LTE-M? What about technical side?
LTE-M is the abbreviation for LTE Cat-M1 or Long Term Evolution (4G), category M1. This technology is for Internet of Things devices to connect directly to a 4G network, without a gateway and on batteries. LTE is the generic term for all of 4G. Cat-6, for example, is the most widely used for smart phone data.Bottom Line on LTE-MIt's cheaper. Devices can connect to 4G networks with chips that are less expensive to make, because they are half-duplex and have a narrower bandwidth.Long Battery Life. Devices can enter a "deep sleep" mode called Power Savings Mode (PSM) or wake up only periodically while connected. That mode is called extended discontinuous reception (eDRX). Read more on eDRX and PSM.Service Costs Less. Because the maximum data rate of LTE-M devices is only about 100 kbits/s, they do not tax the 4G network as much. Carriers can offer service plans that closer to old 2G M2M pricing than 4G pricing.3GPP and IoT Centric TechnologyLTE Cat-M1 technology is one of the two answers that 3GPP has for the rise in IoT-only network technology. SigFox is a french startup who started the technology movement that has become known as LPWAN (Low Power, Wide Area Networks). Interest in LPWAN techonology has lead to many readers asking us: What is LTE-M? Read more on the history of LPWAN.The other 3GPP technology is NB-IOT (Narrowband IOT), which uses an even simpler access scheme (Single Carrier Frequency Division Multiple Access) to further drive down cost and complexity. There are two camps of NB-IOT technology out there, and much of the US based cellular infrastructure (based on Alcatel) will not be compatible with NB-IOT. Read more on NB-IOT here.LTE CAT-M1 WAS SPECIFIED BY 3GPP RELEASE 13, WHICH SPECIFIED THESE DESIGN GOALS:10 year battery life on a 5WH battery.Device cost comparable to GPRS based IOT devices.Extended coverage ( 156 dB MCL).Variable Data Rates - to enhance coverage.The reality today of LTE-M is that it is still not *quite* ready for prime time, as the specifics of PSM and eDRX are still being coordinated between infrastructure providers, chipset manufacturers, and network operators.In the US, Verizon is driving an aggressive schedule to ensure a LTE-M1 network launch early in 2017.Link Labs is a Verizon partner for LTE-M, and our initial product is the Sensor Suite, which allows sensor devices to be connected directly to LTE-M.Use Cases Best Suited for LTE-MLow Density Sensors. For businesses or OEMs that use sensors as part of their business (Cold Chain Monitoring), removing the headache of connecting via WiFi or a gateway is a huge deal. The thought that a sensor can be fielded with a long-life battery, and that it would "just work" is a huge deal.Automated Meter Reading. Because of the cost of previous technologies, cellular based AMR has been less popular. Now that cheaper chips can connect for less, we will see more and more meters connecting via LTE-M.Asset Tracking with LTE-M. Hybrid asset tracking solutions that use short range connection like Bluetooth, coupled with backhaul via LTE-M are poised to do very well. One application technology we like in the RTLS space is AirFinder.Considerations for LTE-MIf you and your team are considering building a solution with LTE-M, here are some important considerations:PPP connections are not the norm. Battery powered LTE-M devices need to use simple UDP/TCP commands to send and receive data. A small, power efficient sensor device cannot host PPP. Serious embedded development is required. Making this easier is part of our focus at Link Labs.Security and Power are oil and water. A big fat Linux OS has no issue handling complex security requirements for services like MQTT on AWS IOT. A little power constrained MCU on the other hand, will struggle. Be sure to plan for the complexities that security will require when you have a tiny processor and tiny battery.Holy Pulse Current, Batman. 23 dBm maximum transmit power is no joke. Your LTE-M device will have to be able to source 500mA or more of peak current when required by the LTE-M module. Things like super caps can help, but planning for the correct battery chemistry and capacity is critical.
What does a schedule H drug mean? What are the various drug schedules and their implications?
thank you for the question dearSchedule H: The drug label must display the texts "Rx" and "Schedule H drug. Warning : To be sold by retail on the prescription of a Registered Medical practitioner only"prominently. It can only be supplied to licensed parties. It cannot be sold without a prescription and only the amount specified in the prescription should be sold. The time and date of prescription must be noted. Examples: androgenic, anabolic, oestrogenic and progestational substances; Alprazolam (Xanax), Hepatitis B vaccine, Ibuprofen, Vasopressinetc.or the question dear,Schedule A: Contains various forms and formats of letters for applications of licensing etc.[Schedule B: Contains fees structure for government-run labs.Schedule C: Contains various biological products and their regulation. Examples: Serums, Adrenaline etc.Schedule E: Contains various poisons[4] and their regulation. Examples: Sarpa Visha (Snake venom), Parada (Mercury) etc.Schedule F: This contains regulations and standards for running a blood bank.Schedule F-I: This contains regulations and standards for vaccines.Schedule F-II: This contains regulations and standards for surgical dressing.Schedule F-III: This contains regulations and standards for umbilical tapes.Schedule F-F: This contains regulations and standards for ophthalmic ointments and solutions.Schedule K: Contains various substances and drugs and their corresponding regulation.Schedule M: Contains various regulations for manufacturing, premises, waste disposal and equipment.Schedule N: Contains various regulations and requirements for a pharmacy.Schedule O: Contains various regulations and requirements for disinfectant fluids.Schedule P: Contains regulations regarding life period and storage of various drugs.Schedule P-I: Contains regulations regarding retail package size of various drugs.Schedule Q: Contains a list of permitted dyes and pigments in soap and cosmetics.Schedule R: Contains various regulations and requirements for condoms and other mechanical contraceptives.Schedule S: Lists various cosmetics and toiletries, and directs the manufacturers of cosmetics to conform to the latest Bureau of Indian Standards requirements.Schedule T: Contains various regulations and requirements for manufacture of Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani products.Schedule U: Contains various regulations and requirements for record keeping.Schedule V: Contains standards for drug patents.Schedule Y: Contains requirement and guidelines for clinical trials.sources-P.V. Guharaj (2003). Forensic Medicine. Orient Blackswan. p. 327. ISBN 978-81-250-2488-0. Retrieved 21 February 2015."Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940" (PDF). Central Drugs Standard Control Organization. Archived from the original (PDF) on 31 October 2005. Retrieved 19 February 2015.
What are your thoughts on losing weight? What’s hard about losing weight? Why? When do you think about losing weight? What have you tried? What worked? What is your motivation to lose weight?
10th may 2015 I weighed around 102 kg .And this is what i look like………and this one too…..and then there is this one taken a few months before when i was a kilo or two shy to 100 kg.(that’s me at the left)Few things I want to share, that why I felt the urgency to loose weight….a) I don’t remember when was the last time that I was not fat, and I don’t I have many pics from those days to share. One of the reason behind was my low self confidence to present my self in front of camera and fear of getting judged by people.b) I was always a bit shy to people, maybe at college or any social gathering. But because of my bulky appearance I had cut down my social gathering to ZERO and I had become more introvert. Which is obviously not good for some one who has to crack a lots of interviews in coming months.c) Campus interviews were one of the biggest reason that I took this thing seriously. I mean just imagine you are wearing a 42 inch wide formal trouser and a XXL size formal shirt then how the hell would you make a first impression on the interviewer (I mean there are guys who can definitely make it , but I am not of those guys)this is what I might look like in the interview if I wouldn’t have reduced my weight….(by the way it was taken in January 2015)But fortunately this is how I look at the time of interview…..This picture was taken in October of 2015. And by that time I had lost 24 Kilograms.This is what i did to get this result…a) I tried to take some inspiration or motivation to begin my journey, so what could be a better place than Quora to find that. So I took inspiration from my friend Vicky Vishal (who is also a Quoran ) I read one of his answer where he had explained few tips to reduce weight.b) Time management is important, so i chose summer vacation. For the first month I focused on dieting and doing a few cardio. This is my routine that I followed in first month.Wake up early at around 6 am.I took a little breakfast something like half bowl Oat meal(vicky’s advice). It helps reducing acidity.I try to run at least a Kilometer and then half n hour cardio. I used to do these following cardio after running.100 skipping10 push up30 - 50 thigh squat10 - 15 crunchesthen for breakfast I eat one chapatti (Indian Bread) with a little vegetable curry (1 serving spoon or less )Same goes for the lunch but no rice.No afternoon nap(Vicky’s Advice).Cardio helps in burning fat even when you are not working out because it enhance body’s metabolism and an afternoon nap can slow down the metabolism hence less fat will burn at the end of the day (which I obviously don’t wanted).Supper at around 8 PM. Supper was mostly salad or vegetable soup. A heavy meal at night is not advisable because it only increases your weight.I take nap at around 10–11 PM. Two to Three hours gap is necessary before sleeping.After following this routine for a month I just lost 3 Kilograms. Now that is the point where you have to show a little more dedication instead of giving up. Despite the fact that my weight was around 98 Kg but I felt quite lighter than I was before and then I joined gym, where I started doing routine exercise and with additional help and guidance from my trainer I finally reduced 24 Kilograms in just 5 months.This is the first time in my life when my weight was no more in three digits in fact its in 70s .It truly felt like that I had achieved something in my life after so long.So finally when HR asked me “What is the biggest challenge that you had faced in your life?” Bang , I told him about my experience and good thing was he liked it because it was not fake, each and every thing that I told him was actually happened with me.Now its an year since I started Working out and I had made some significant changes in my body….(The Picture in right is my recent photo where by 25 may 2016 I weight 75 KG )After Loosing Weight…….Some relatives or distant friend might have a hard time to recognize you. Some appreciate it some don’t. People’s reaction is also an important factor that kept me motivated to carry on my hard work.You have a wardrobe full of over sized clothes.Finally you can wear clothes which are not specially tailored for you.Hang around with people without being insecure.Developing better immunity.Always ready to go the extra mile.Becoming motivation for others.There are certainly a lots of advantages which you can find on internet for sure.For help you can find a lots of health related blogs or vlogs on internet, but at the end of the day it depends on you how far you are serious about this.My reasons were strong enough to motivate me to bring this change. I have met a lot of people who wants to loose weight and look good, but they don’t want it badly, they just kind of want it . So until unless you don’t feel the urge or your reasons are not strong enough to move you out of your comfort zone, then I don’t think you could ever achieve your goal.
How can I improve my upper body strength at home?
An excellent way to strengthen the upper body is too perform compound excercises with either a progressive increase of weights, a reverse pyramid (heavy to low weight) or altering both methods per month to foster muscle confusion. This helps to prevent the sensitization of muscles to the workout without necessarily changing it.The holy trinity for me would be variations of bench press, deadlifts and pull-ups. Ideally you should do these workouts twice in a week. A 5x5 program with heavy weights is clinically proven to be best to stimulate muscle growth and strength. That is 5 excercise sets of 5 reps per body part. There are several interpretations of the 5x5 system, all of which are effective. Examples of this system are:A) 5 sets of 5 reps with the same weight for all sets (usually 75-80% of 1 Rep Maximum)B) 2 easier, progressively heavier sets of 5 and then 3 sets of five with the same weightC) 5 ramped sets of five – increase the weight set by set up to the final, heaviest setD) 5 sets of 5 but heaviest set first, reduce the weight by 5-10% each subsequent setI’ll give an example of my personal workout which is a variation and comprises of 3 compound excercises (5 reps range- heavy choosing between options A-D) and 2 focused excercises (10–12 rep range- moderately heavy at a constant weight) in a basic 4x a week schedule:M&Th- CHEST and *abs-5 chest exercises: 3 compound ( bar bell bench press, inclined dumbell bench press, and decline dumbell/bar bench press) 2 focused ( cable cross overs and dumbell flys)T&F- BACK and *arms-5 back excercises: 3 compound ( pull-ups, deadlifts, T- bar rows) 2 focused (lat pull down and seated rows)Sunday- SHOULDERS and *abs/arms-5 shoulder excercises: 3 compound ( military bar bell press, arnold press, and overhead dumbell press) 2 focused ( lateral raises and front raises)**** In between each excercise you can work your abs or arms to keep your heart rate elevated. Planks, hanging leg raises, sit-ups, curls, skull-crushers and many others are some excercises I personally squeeze in between excercise to create a HIIT workout for myself. Which has cardiovascular and fat loss benefits!Most importantly remember you need proper NUTRITION to facilitate muscle gains and recovery!Good luck on your journey to self-improvement!
What is the quota of reps in a company like HubSpot ($500 MRR product)? How many paying users do reps have to close in a month for a company with a $500 MRR product?
Every company is different, but the basic physics of scheduling and doing demos and making calls is the same.At the end of the day, it's hard for most reps to close more than 8-12 deals a month.  There's just isn't any more time:They'll need to qualify 50-100 leads a month. For each lead they qualify, they may need to do 3 demos for each deal that closes, and 3 phone calls for each deal that closes.  That's probably 30-40 demos and 50-60 calls after the 100+ qualification calls on 20 working days a month ... which then typically yields 8-12 closed deals a month.So ... 8-12 deals a month x $6000 ACV ($500 MRR in your example) = $700,000 quota really is the highest practical.  Ties pretty well to Mike Volpe's Bridge Group data.More realistically, you'll see $450k-$500k quotas at the "low end" of inside sales like this ($3-$6k ACV deals), at higher growth companies.If the leads are hyper-transactional, 1-call close ... you can probably close 2-3x this many.  But usually, the deal size goes down commensurately, so even this super-fast-close leads don't let you push the quotas up much higher.