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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
.) • HMMs: training + applications • Motif finding: overview & probabilistic approaches (EM & Gibbs sampling) • Enumerative algorithms 4) Week 4: Deep sequencing data • Data structures and read alignments • Peak calling, transcript annotation & gene expression 21 Syllabus 5) Week 5: From generative models to probabilistic networks • RNA structure prediction & RNA genes • Gene expression networks, hierarchical Bayes 6) Week 6: Discriminative approaches I • Support Vector Machines: theoretical foundations • SVMs: applications and sequence kernels • Random Forests 7) Week 7: Discriminative approaches II • Dimensionality reduction & unsupervised learning • Deep learning My math, statistics and programming knowledge is very limited since I am a molecular biologist by training.
Skills: Machine learning Statistical Computing Statistics
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $75 - Posted
I have been working on Openwrt devices that we heavily modify for our purpose & setup at their client location. We have started to spend time setting up a testbed which could stress test our routers (& newer versions of it) with the actual work that a network client does - connect with the router (DHCP), do network jobs like downloading/uploading data, disconnect & go away. All these network clients are inside a PC & I do not want an 'expensive docker/VM' setup. All these clients should be able to run on command line or through a bash script that fires multiple of them. A good start point that I have identified is . This small piece of code can test DHCP server of our router running from the PC. Multiple of these can be fired simultaneously. I also looked at which does TCP-IP job from command line but I could not figure out an easy way to extend dhtest with this. In final setup - I should be able to create a text file with each line as a task. Something like download upload . . When a network client is spawned, it should first obtain IP address through DHCP (which is what dhtest is doing), then start following the file to do the job one by one. All job completion should be logged in completion.log with time taken to complete the job. Any error (during dhcp or file download/upload case) should be logged in error.log with the error reason. Please ensure that multiple of these programs could be launched simulatenously & they should obtain their own IP address & do the job listed in the file independently. Bonus: If you are able to also create a provision of writing a wrapper script that takes number of clients to be launched & then launches them in background- that would be bonus. That plus if you able to do this whole project within 3 days, I am willing to throw in additional $25. Please note, 3 days is not the first turn-around. You should ideally be able to wind it all up within a day or max 2. 3rd day is kept for testing & reporting any issue.
Skills: Kernel Computer Networking Socket Programming Software Defined Networking (SDN)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need someone to help me develop a private script that I want to store in USB key, for personal use. I have plans already made and a github with all the information needed to start it up. I will provide more information personally.
Skills: Kernel C# C++
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
• Experience developing security products for Mac • Good general knowledge on consumer products running on many computers • iOS Development experience is a plus • Experience with CocoaPods • KEXT driver development • Knowledge of KVO and Cocoa Notifications • Knowledge of CoreData and other database engines • Mac OS X Kernel Driver development experience is a big plus • Experience building software in an Agile/Scrum environment • Understanding of AppStore sandbox restrictions • Source management skills with Github What We Offer • An opportunity to do something great for yourself and the world. • A great work environment that supports growth and development. • Competitive compensation and benefit packages. • Stocked kitchen with healthy (and some unhealthy) drinks, snacks, fruit and lunch options. • Company monthly/quarterly events. • A company who enjoys having fun; holiday and summer parties, annual global company off-site and lots of other great stuff.
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
Looking for patch for Linux Kernel 4.4.-022 generic to fix a bug in the SCSI mid layer for Linux Kernel 4.4.-022 generic Phenomena: The SCSI mid-level is aborting a task that it thinks that it timed out, when the task acually takes too long. ... There are some tasks that really take a long time to perform (hours) such as running Security Erase with HDPARM commands and the task should not be aborted! problem was not encountered with Linux kernel 3.11
Skills: C
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
- They should have a small title (It should respect the linux kernel convention to be less than 70-75 chars) - They should have an extended description (wrapped at 72 characters per line) - Generated code / code from external projects (ie. the code from react native starter kit), and Sportunity code, should not be in the same commit Do not use colors directly in stylesheets instead of using the /src/theme/colors file Do not put images directly in code but use the file src/theme/images.js Pull requests and commits won’t be considered if: 1.
Skills: GraphQL React.js