Striking a Balance Between Speed and Compression Ratio: The Relationship Between Compression Algorithms and Formats
Some common compression formats include zip, rar, and 7z. Common compression algorithms include gzip, brotli, zstd, lz4, pigz, isa-l, and pzstd. However, what are the relationships between these? How can one strike a balance between compression speed and ratio? What is the relationship between compression algorithms and formats?
JDK 21, the latest LTS release of OpenJDK, introduces an exciting new feature called Virtual Threads. In this blog post, we will delve into the details of this feature and explore how it enhances the scalability and performance of concurrent applications.
SQLite stores data in binary. If you run
cat mydb.sqlite, you’ll see a bunch of gibberish that doesn’t resemble structured data at all. If you want to track changes and updates to a database using Git, you won’t be able to see full diffs by default.
This blog post will focus on color grading in DaVinci Resolve. It will introduce DJI’s D-Cinelike, D-Log color profiles, Sony camera S-Log, and explain the differences between these log formats and normal color profiles. The goal is to provide a tutorial for colorists on how to get the most out of log footage when color grading in DaVinci Resolve.
In an era where semantic search and retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) are redefining our online interactions, the backbone supporting these advancements is often overlooked: vector databases. If you’re diving into applications like large language models, RAG, or any platform leveraging semantic search.