Wages, capital: Substitution and Output Effects

Consider a CES production function $Y=f(K,L)$ with elasticity of factor substitution $sigma>0$.

The substitution effect of higher real wages naturally implies a shift along the isoquant to more $K$. The rise in costs will reduce output. The total effect of $w uparrow$ on $Y$ and $K$ is the sum of this substitution and output effect.

I’m interested in the link between the value of $sigma$ and the strength of these two effects. Does anyone know a good reference, or lecture notes on the algebra of these effects in the CES context?

Python Dictionary multiple line keys input and output line by line of their subsequent keys

i want to generate a squence of token of each key into their values
i have made a dictionary in python it is taking a single key and showing the value of the key only once but
i want to make a multiple keys scanner(input) sperated by whitespace which will show values of the given key(string) line by line

CODE:

table = {‘BEGIN’:’301′, ‘DO’:’302′,’ELSE’:’303′,’END’:’304′,’FLOAT’:’305′,’FOR’:’306′,’IF’:’307′,’INTEGER’:’308′,’THEN’:’309′,’PRINT’:’310′,’PROGRAM’:’311′,’UNTIL’:’312′,’WHILE’:’313′,’AND’:’314′,’OR’:’315′,’RETURN’:’316′,'(‘:’201’, ‘)’:’202′, ‘;’:’203′,’,’:’204′,'[‘:’205′,’]’:’206′,’:=’:’101′,’-‘:’102′,’+’:’103′,’*’:’104′,’/’:’105′,’%’:’106′,’<>‘:’107′,’>’:’108′,’<':'109','<=':'110','>=’:’111′,’=’:’112′,’1′:’25’,’2′:’25’,’3′:’25’,’4′:’25’,’5′:’25’,’0′: ’25’,’1′: ’25’,’2′: ’25’,’3′: ’25’,’4′: ’25’,’5′: ’25’,’6′: ’25’,’7′ : ’25’,’8′: ’25’,’9′: ’25’,’10’: ’25’,’11’: ’25’,’12’: ’25’,’13’: ’25’,’14’: ’25’,’15’: ’25’,’16’: ’25’,’17’: ’25’,’18’: ’25’,’19’: ’25’,’20’: ’25’,’21’: ’25’,’22’: ’25’,’23’: ’25’,’24’: ’25’,’25’: ’25’,’26’: ’25’,’27’: ’25’,’28’: ’25’,’29’: ’25’,’30’: ’25’,’31’: ’25’,’32’: ’25’,’33’: ’25’,’34’: ’25’,’35’: ’25’,’36’: ’25’,’37’: ’25’,’38’: ’25’,’39’: ’25’,’40’: ’25’,’41’: ’25’,’42’: ’25’,’43’: ’25’,’44’: ’25’,’45’: ’25’,’46’: ’25’,’47’: ’25’,’48’: ’25’,’49’: ’25’,’50’: ’25’,’51’: ’25’,’52’: ’25’,’53’: ’25’,’54’: ’25’,’55’: ’25’,’56’: ’25’,’57’: ’25’,’58’: ’25’,’59’: ’25’,’60’: ’25’,’61’: ’25’,’62’: ’25’,’63’: ’25’,’64’: ’25’,’65’: ’25’,’66’: ’25’,’67’: ’25’,’68’: ’25’,’69’: ’25’,’70’: ’25’,’71’: ’25’,’72’: ’25’,’73’: ’25’,’74’: ’25’,’75’: ’25’,’76’: ’25’,’77’: ’25’,’78’: ’25’,’79’: ’25’,’80’: ’25’,’81’: ’25’,’82’: ’25’,’83’: ’25’,’84’: ’25’,’85’: ’25’,’86’: ’25’,’87’: ’25’,’88’: ’25’,’89’: ’25’,’90’: ’25’,’91’: ’25’,’92’: ’25’,’93’: ’25’,’94’: ’25’,’95’: ’25’,’96’: ’25’,’97’: ’25’,’98’: ’25’,’99’: ’25’,’100′:’25’,'” “‘:’75’}

x=input(‘token to see code: ‘)

print(table[x])

right now its working like this

OUTPUT:

token to see code: IF

307

what i want to make

I WANT TO MAKE IT WORK SOMETHING LIKE THIS
Example Run
The following program:

PROGRAM

INTEGER A;

FLOAT B;

BEGIN

IF A < 50 THEN

B := 2.3;

END IF;

PRINT(“Hello world”);

END; ##

produces the following

output:

311

308

50

203

305

50

203

301

307

50

109

25

309

50

101

25

203

304

307

203

310

201

75

202

203

304

203

555

555

also additionally

i want to make it more by adding these logics too but dont know how

variables A variable begins with a letter followed by zero or more letters, digits, or underscores. A variable cannot be a reserved word. Output a token value of 50 for each variable encountered.

strings Strings are a group of 0 or more characters enclosed within double quotes “. Strings can contain any character, except newlines. Two double quotes in a row (“”), constitue a double quote in the string, and not the end of one string and the start of another. Output a token of 75 for each string encountered.


THANKS IN ADVANCE ITS KINDA MY CLASS PROJECT AND THAT HAS TO SUBMITTED TOMORROW IT WOULD BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED IF SOMEONE MAKE CODE FOR ME OF THIS

Mr-ct Regression Model Output

I ran inference with the mr-ct regression model with the pre-trained weights from the model zoo, but the output it produced was an indistinct, low-contrast image that looked nothing like the test CT. Could you clarify what the output should look like? Does the model not come pre-trained?

We would also like to retrain the model on a dataset of our own 3D brain images, but we’re unsure where or how to specify a different dataset to train on. We can’t find the current training dataset in the model zoo so we’re wondering if it includes a training set or just the pre-trained weights and parameters.

Thanks in advance!

How could I sort the output of awk disregard of certain character?

I am trying to print out the Chinese font I have in my laptop, and sort the output with respect to their name that could be referred to in LaTeX. This could be done with the following command

fc-list :lang=zh-cn | awk -F": " '{$1=""; print}' | sort

It finds the font list, then after first occurence of : and a single space, which is where the names of the font show up. Then we of course sort it.

The problem here is though, there are fonts named like .PingFang SC, which will be sorted to the front and is not that consistent with the rest. Is there a way to sort disregarding the period?

Also, it may not be a good choice to remove the period, which will change the actual name of the font and thus make the reference hard.

By the way, there are one : and two spaces in front of the name of the font, however, if I added in the delimiter marker the second space, the output will be blank, could anyone help on that too?

Thanks in advance!

lspci output of NVMe SSD in M.2 slot

I am developing some system management scripts and was wondering if a M.2 NVMe slot on the motherboard shows up in lspci output? Unfortunately, I don’t have the hardware currently to test this (I have a NVMe SSD in an HBA sitting in a PCIe slot, but not an M.2 slot built on to the motherboard).

If anyone reading this has the needed hardware (ie., populated M.2 slot on motherboard having an NVMe SSD), could they help a fellow developer by providing the lspci output showing the NVMe drive in the M.2 slot?

Why does the camera output an image with multi-colors not shown by the naked eye under the projector?

I was shooting in a gallery that used what appears to be a multi-colored projector and had difficulty shooting in that type of scene as the color was not even across the scene. The image shown below is what I mean, you see traces of green, blue, and yellow colors in the picture when it’s supposed to be all white/gray as seen by the naked eye.

Why does this occur to the camera’s output (DSLR or mirrorless) when shooting a scene that’s lit by a projector? Is it the type of projector used? Is there a way to fix this or camera settings wise?

enter image description here

Why is Uniform Cost Search not output the optimal solution in this case?

According to the AI lecture and textbook, the Uniform Cost Search algorithm should always output the optimal solution if the cost is greater than 0.

Consider the search graph below, where S is the start node and G1, G2, and G3 are goal states. Arcs are labelled with the cost of traversing them and the heuristic cost to a goal is shown inside the nodes.

enter image description here

By using the Uniform Cost Search algorithms, the path should be:

S -> B -> F -> D -> G2, the total cost is 12.

However, the optimal solution should be

S -> D -> G2, the total cost is 9

Am I misunderstanding the UCS algorithm? Thanks for any comments!

Error headers: ap_headers_output_filter() after putting cache header in htaccess file

Receiving error: [debug] mod_headers.c(663): headers: ap_headers_output_filter()

after I included this within the htaccess file:

# 6 DAYS

Header set Cache-Control "max-age=518400, public"


# 2 DAYS

Header set Cache-Control "max-age=172800, public, must-revalidate"


# 2 HOURS

Header set Cache-Control "max-age=7200, must-revalidate"

Any help is appreciated as to what I could do to fix this?

how does echo recognize, when it should output list of files or pure text?

I encountered this question in my test:
Make echo output all directories that start with a vowel (a,e,i,o,u,e), end with a number and have at least 3 characters. I thought this would be fairly easy, but soon I ended up confused and evetually failed the test.
My first thought was simply:

echo {a,e,i,o,u,e}*{0..9}

Then I tried to use square brackets

echo [a,e,i,o,u,e]*[0..9]

and at the end i tried something like this:

echo $(ls {a,e,i,o,u,e}*{0..9})

which gave me the required output, but with some error directory missing messages, and Im not even sure if it wouldnt be considered cheating as Im using another function to do it.

Could anyone clarify for me, how do I do it and when do I use which brackets?
And I would also like to know, how does echo recognize when it should output list of directories instead of my exact words.

R code and Sweave output – EDIT

UPDATED Question 1 In the lattest update of KnitR the output is clean as what I expected. Maybe an update was made.

The new output :
enter image description here

Before update

I’m trying to get a particular output with Sweave and R code.
For now I have this code :

documentclass[11pt,french]{report}
  usepackage{babel} %%french
  usepackage{amsmath,amsfonts,amssymb} %%maths
  usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}   % LaTeX
  usepackage[T1]{fontenc}      % LaTeX
  usepackage[dvipsnames,table,xcdraw]{xcolor}
  %% Background code chunk
  usepackage{listings}
  usepackage{color}

  definecolor{codegreen}{rgb}{0,0.6,0}
  definecolor{codegray}{rgb}{0.5,0.5,0.5}
  definecolor{codepurple}{rgb}{0.58,0,0.82}
  definecolor{backcolour}{rgb}{0.95,0.95,0.92}
 %% background code chunk listing
  lstset{
    language=R}
lstdefinestyle{mystyle}{
    backgroundcolor=color{backcolour},   
    commentstyle=color{codegreen},
    keywordstyle=color{magenta},
    numberstyle=tinycolor{codegray},
    stringstyle=color{codepurple},
    basicstyle=footnotesize,
    breakatwhitespace=false,         
    breaklines=true,                 
    captionpos=b,                    
    keepspaces=true,                 
    numbers=left,                    
    numbersep=5pt,                  
    showspaces=false,                
    showstringspaces=false,
    showtabs=false,                  
    tabsize=2
}

lstset{style=mystyle}

witch is coming from this site.

The R code I’m trying to implement is :

%% script R
begin{lstlisting}[linerange=\begin{Sinput}-\end{Sinput},includerangemarker=false, caption = Code source en R pour l'exemple]
<>=
# dataset
x <- c(2,3,6,9,12); y <- c(2,5,3,6,5)

# Estimations des parametres
reg <- lm(y ~ x)

# Resume de l'estimation
summary(reg)

# Valeurs de Yt
fitted(reg)

# Residus 
residuals(reg)
@
end{lstlisting}

The output :
enter image description here

My questions :

1- How can I get a better output for the ~ symbol ?

2- Is there a way to eval the code without getting and output like this ?
enter image description here