banalipo, about doctor stuff
i got an rx that is logistically tough to fill and nothing actually truly bad occurs if i'm not always taking it 100% according to my doc's instructions, so i run out of it and kinda usually put off (for too long) calling it in and picking it up. but i finally did it today and i want to mark this small victory! it wasn't all that difficult!
@kit it's always odd, occasions in programming during which you must worry about arcana such as "duration"
@ranjit it's a variational auto-incoding thing, not GAN, but yup!
@ranjit i did my BA on that campus, making this girl a calumna (womanly calumny)
@ranjit tourists on shattuck approach us, asking about location for that august institution. "Oh, Cal? Um, nigh!"
@ojahnn though usually words from this translation do follow inglish phonotactic constraints!
@ojahnn sorry not phonotactic constraints—i'm using an lstm for translation from orthography to 2d array of phonological distinctions (+bilabial, +nasal, ...), plus a 2nd lstm to go opposing way. i'm trying to put a variational autocoding that links lstm 1 and lstm 2 so i can pump out two words with similar sounds by sampling from two proximal points in a gaussian distribution (my "phonological constraint" = constraining random word making with an array summarizing phonological information)