How to understand the following phrase

I'm quite novice in the field of AI, as far as I understand it means that when a combinatorial explosion occurs ; that is for instance when each node is linked to other nodes intricately in a neural network the number of computations increase exponentially. Hence a step wise approach could be very inefficient in this

What do we understand by the phrase 'rise in love'?

Find yourself lost around friends from Kerala who keep incessantly slipping into discussions about ‘classics' of Malayalam cinema, making references that you simply can't follow, picking up one word and descending into a rant about complex film study discussions? Worry not.Here we present

How to understand the phrase 'the rationality of the irrational'

I think the phrase can mean that, because we live in such a divided world, behavior or views that appear to be irrational to a subset of people are as carefully thought out as any other good exercise of reason. Another

How to understand the phrase 'keeping them honest'

I understand it roughly the same way i understand

How to measure semantic understanding of a phrase

I'm not quite sure what you are asking. Are you asking how to tell whether someone is understanding a phrase on a semantic level, or a syntactic level?Or is this a question about artificial intelligence? Computers, as I understand it, are just at the bare beginnings of processing language syntactically,

How would you understand the phrase, 'leaving long impressions'?

I'd presume that the writer misunderstood or didn't know the word lasting.

What do 'just out of curiosity' and 'for the sake of curiosity' mean?

This phrase is often used when the asker suspects that there is something behind what the other speaker is saying that should be addressed. If this phrase is used genuinely, and not as part of an attack, the person asking the question can either a) better understand the rest of the ice-berg so to speak or

How to understand the phrase 'level of design'

Regardless of whether you need another logo outline for your organization or need to get your present business logo updated, there are a couple of things that you have to think about to guarantee that it portrays high caliber and polished methodology. Since the cash is

What is dark night?

Light pollution is a growing concern for not only astronomers but society in general. It disrupts ecosystems, throws off our body's daily cycle, obscures the night sky from our eyes. There's a great documentary on light pollution called The City Dark, which I believe can still be found on Netflix.As for amateur astronomy, there's a

What movie first comes to mind when hearing the phrase 'get to the chopper'?

Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park II Lost World they have to call the helicopters to escape the island with dinosaurs running wild. The third Jurassic Park move they had whole military operations come in so numerous copters.Then there is the epic beginning to the James Bond movie For Your Eyes Only starring

What is a watershed moment?

The term watershed refers to the network of tributaries that feed a river, lake, sea, or other body of water. A rainstorm in the upper part of a watershed will produce a rise in water levels downstream. If there are several storms happening throughout

What movie first comes to mind when hearing the phrase 'Here's looking at you, kid'?

Look here: https://www.quora.com/What-movie....Go to the bottom. Question added by Jack Bennet.Go to Jack Bennet's page and look at his questions. https://www.quora.com/profile/Ja... He did not post this stupid, asinine, obvious, insincere, click-baiting question.Notice how there are lots

What movie first comes to mind when hearing the phrase 'too long, but the ending is worth it'?

The first movie that comes to mind when I hear that phrase is Serendipity. I love this film so much.According to google dictionary: Serendipity is a noun which means ‘the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way'.

What does the phrase 'Old man in a hurry' mean?

I've attached an excerpt of the original speech, as it was printed in the Pall Mall Gazette (issue 6634), sourced from the British Museum's 19th Century Newspapers via Gale Online.The quip was originally made by a 37 year old Lord Randolph Churchill (father

Can I say 'A China' instead of 'One China'?

No. They mean different things, and the first one wouldn't make sense.

Is the correct phrase 'gold chairs' or 'golden chairs?

Sanjay Sabnani is right.  If you expect the client to be able to lift the chair, it's probably not "golden"."Gold" can be just a color name (which as Viola Yee points out is just a more attractive-sounding marketing

What comes to mind when someone says 'speak American'?

First thought:  That's an ignorant politician speaking, one who has no real reason for being elected and therefore decides to appeal to the xenophobes in American society.  In the 19th century, they were Know-Nothings for a while, then Democrats later on. In the 20th century, they were Southern Democrats (Dixiecrats) for a period, then Reagan Democrats

What does dress smartly mean? What are some examples?

Look cleanSuit up & show upSmart = power#powersuit #superman #menswarehouse #shower&shaveCLEAN and Crisp like a 2 dollar bill your gma saved, pressed and framed for youAlso referred to as

What does 'scream' mean in, "she opened her mouth to scream"?

Scream is a word typically used to describe an action that people do when they are frightened or excited.

What does the phrase 'spile a man' mean?

I've always assumed it's Jerry Cruncher's cockney pronunciation of

What is the meaning of concept?

Concept (noun):-1. An abstract idea.Example:-‘structuralism is a difficult concept'‘the concept of justice'2.A plan or intention.Example:- ‘the centre has kept firmly to its original concept'3. An idea or invention to help sell or publicize a commodity.Example:- ‘a new concept in corporate hospitality'4.[as modifier] (of a car or other vehicle) produced as

What screams 'I am new to Russia'?

Taking pictures of every trash can you pass.Starting every converseation either overconfidently deciding everyone will speak English or patronisingly putting a mangled Google Translate voice phrase in their face.Smiling at people for no reasonTurning around as if you have no idea where you're goingDoing

Can I say 'A China' instead of 'One China'?

No. They mean different things, and the first one wouldn't make sense.

Is the correct phrase 'gold chairs' or 'golden chairs?

Sanjay Sabnani is right.  If you expect the client to be able to lift the chair, it's probably not "golden"."Gold" can be just a color name (which as Viola Yee points out is just a more attractive-sounding marketing

What comes to mind when someone says 'speak American'?

First thought:  That's an ignorant politician speaking, one who has no real reason for being elected and therefore decides to appeal to the xenophobes in American society.  In the 19th century, they were Know-Nothings for a while, then Democrats later on. In the 20th century, they were Southern Democrats (Dixiecrats) for a period, then Reagan Democrats

What does dress smartly mean? What are some examples?

Look cleanSuit up & show upSmart = power#powersuit #superman #menswarehouse #shower&shaveCLEAN and Crisp like a 2 dollar bill your gma saved, pressed and framed for youAlso referred to as

What does 'scream' mean in, "she opened her mouth to scream"?

Scream is a word typically used to describe an action that people do when they are frightened or excited.

What does the phrase 'spile a man' mean?

I've always assumed it's Jerry Cruncher's cockney pronunciation of

What is the meaning of concept?

Concept (noun):-1. An abstract idea.Example:-‘structuralism is a difficult concept'‘the concept of justice'2.A plan or intention.Example:- ‘the centre has kept firmly to its original concept'3. An idea or invention to help sell or publicize a commodity.Example:- ‘a new concept in corporate hospitality'4.[as modifier] (of a car or other vehicle) produced as

What screams 'I am new to Russia'?

Taking pictures of every trash can you pass.Starting every converseation either overconfidently deciding everyone will speak English or patronisingly putting a mangled Google Translate voice phrase in their face.Smiling at people for no reasonTurning around as if you have no idea where you're goingDoing

What are phrases you should never say to your kids?

I will appreciate your question, but the word

Song Lyrics: What's a 'real estate novelist'?

Piano man is one of my favorite songs.  I always interpreted the people in the bar as people missing out on life--including Billy Joel as a meager piano man.  Paul earns good money as a real estate agent.  However, he has

What are synonyms for clingy?

Regarding people or relationships:NeedyDependantCodependentSmotheringControllingJealousInsecureSuffocatingRegarding fabrics or wrapping:TightSecureFittingHermeticAirtightSkintightCurvyHuggingForm-fittingI hope this is helpful.

Why does 'Never say Never' make sense?

hahahah... because life is a funny thing.. it has a way of making you do, or face, some things you never planed (or even were totally against them), and swore you never shall do.

What is a watershed moment?

When people attempt to take a piss on you for no reason but you then start making them drink it... for no reason.

What does 'the ends justify the means' mean?

In an extreme form, the idea of consequentialism is commonly encapsulated in the English saying, "the end justifies the means", meaning that if a goal is morally important enough, any method of achieving it is acceptable.Consequentialism is the view that morality