## Guessing Passwords using an LSTM Network

Introduction A while ago I applied NLP strategies to implement an algorithm that is capable to guess a password. Since then a new method called transformer was developed and successfully …

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# Category: Introduction

## Guessing Passwords using an LSTM Network

## Expected maxima of a Brownian Motion- Does my stock trading strategy work?

## Estimating the extrema of noisy curves and optimization using spline surface approximation

## A WordPress Plugin to embed raw.githubusercontent

## Frequency-Severity Modeling in consideration of COVID-19 induced effects

## An AI with less than 200 lines of code

## Solving the Multiarmed Bandit problem with JavaScript

## An introduction to the Registration Problem

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Introduction A while ago I applied NLP strategies to implement an algorithm that is capable to guess a password. Since then a new method called transformer was developed and successfully …

I recently realized that I have a certain habit when it comes to stock trading even though I used to tell myself that “every trading strategy is useless because the …

Estimating maxima and minima of a noisy curve turns out to be very hard and to a large part is still an open question. In this blog post we will discover some strategies …

Working at my post about the dask cluster, I realized that the code snippets presented in the post will eventually change in my GitHub Repo. I wanted to avoid having …

This post is supposed to give a brief introduction in Frequency-Severity models. These models are very popular for determine the optimal price for an insurance. We will take a look …

In the last two articles we covered the topics “How to teach a computer gamerules” and “The Multiarmed Bandit Problem”. Indeed these two articles where intended to be an introduction …

1. Formulation of the Multiarmed Bandit Problem Consider the following problem: A gambler enters a casino with slot machines. The probability to receive a reward for each slot machine follows …

To explain the registration problem i will start with an example. In Figure 1 the pinch force dataset is shown, to collect the data a group of 20 subjects were …