Day: September 18, 2022

The Prado Group Plans Acquisition of Armani-Leased 166 Grant in San Francisco for $26MM

By Jon Peterson

Interest in choice retail properties with brand name tenants still exists in San Francisco, even as the price points don’t quite meet the sellers’ expectations. After hitting the market roughly six months ago, a Union Square property located at 166 Grant Ave. has found a buyer—San Francisco-based The Prado Group has agreed to acquire the high-street retail

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Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake CPU Pre-Launch Review Shows Strong Multi-Threaded Performance, 10% Gaming Improvement & Higher Power Draw

Intel’s Core i9-13900K won’t be launching till next month but Enthusiast Citizen has managed to post a full review of the flagship Raptor Lake CPU.

Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake CPU Review Shows Big Gains In Multi-Threading, Decent Gains In Gaming, All At The Cost of Higher Power

We have already seen a ton of Intel Core i9-13900K and

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Underwater messaging app for smartphones — ScienceDaily

For millions of people who participate in activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving each year, hand signals are the only option for communicating safety and directional information underwater. While recreational divers may employ around 20 signals, professional divers’ vocabulary can exceed 200 signals on topics ranging from oxygen level, to the proximity of aquatic species, to the performance of … Read More

An Optimal Wagner-Fischer Algorithm For Approximate Strings Matching In Python And NumPy

The Levenshtein distance is an efficient metric widely applied to evaluate the similarity between literal strings and other 1D sets. In this article, the optimal Wagner-Fischer algorithm for the Levenshtein distance computation and its implementation, are thoroughly discussed, by an example. The code samples in Python and NumPy demonstrate the similarity of literal strings evaluation, based on the Levenshtein distance … Read More