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2015 Aug 05

2

Fwd: How to use CostModel?

...not implemented for pass: 'Target Library Information'!
Printing analysis 'Cost Model Analysis' for function 'main':
Cost Model: Unknown cost for instruction: %1 = alloca i32, align 4
Cost Model: Unknown cost for instruction: %r = alloca i32, align 4
Cost Model: Found an estimated cost of 1 for instruction: store i32 0,
i32* %1
Cost Model: Unknown cost for instruction: %2 = call i32 (...)* @rand()
Cost Model: Found an estimated cost of 1 for instruction: store i32 %2,
i32* %r, align 4
Cost Model: Found an estimated cost of 1 for instruction: %3 = load i32*
%r, align...

2014 Jan 16

3

[LLVMdev] Loop unrolling opportunity in SPEC's libquantum with profile info

...itable. Specifically:
LV: Checking a loop in "quantum_sigma_x"
LV: Found a loop: for.body
LV: Found an induction variable.
LV: Found a write-only loop!
LV: We can vectorize this loop!
LV: Found trip count: 0
LV: The Widest type: 64 bits.
LV: The Widest register is: 128 bits.
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction:
%indvars.iv = phi i64 [ 0, %for.body.lr.ph ], [ %indvars.iv.next,
%for.body ]
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction: %state =
getelementptr inbounds %struct.quantum_reg_node_struct* %2, i64
%indvars.iv, i32 1, !dbg !58
LV: Found an estimated...

2005 Feb 15

1

shrinkage estimates in lme

Hello. Slope estimates in lme are shrinkage estimates which pull the
OLS slope estimates towards the population estimates, the degree of
which depends on the group sample size and the distance between the
group-based estimate and the overall population estimate. Although
these shrinkage estimates as said to be more precise with respect to the
true values, they are also biased. So there is a

2009 Aug 13

2

glm.nb versus glm estimation of theta.

...e two main methods to fit glm's using the nb error
structure in R: glm.nb() or glm() with the negative.binomial(theta) family.
Both functions are implemented through the MASS library. Fitting the model
using these two functions to the same data produces much different results
for me in terms of estimated theta and the coefficients, and I am not sure
why.
the following model:
mod<-glm.nb(count ~ year + season + time + depth,
link="log",data=dat,control=glm.control(maxit=100,trace=T))
estimates theta as 0.0109
while the following model:
mod2<-glm(count ~ year + season + time + depth...

2018 Aug 14

2

[PATCH] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print source size estimate.

This option prints the estimated size of the data that will be copied
from the source disk.
For interest, the test prints:
3747840 ../test-data/phony-guests/windows.img
Estimate: 3710976
---
v2v/Makefile.am | 2 ++
v2v/cmdline.ml | 17 ++++++++++--
v2v/cmdline.mli...

2016 Oct 06

2

LoopVectorizer -- generating bad and unhandled shufflevector sequence

...form instruction: %len.0288 = phi i32 [ %dec,
%while.body320 ], [ %conv316, %while.body320.preheader ]
LV: Found uniform instruction: %dec = add nsw i32 %len.0288, -1
LV: Found trip count: 0
LV: The Smallest and Widest types: 64 / 64 bits.
LV: The Widest register is: 128 bits.
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction: %dl.0291 =
phi i64* [ %incdec.ptr335, %while.body320 ], [ %73,
%while.body320.preheader ]
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction: %ll.0290 =
phi i64* [ %incdec.ptr332, %while.body320 ], [ %74,
%while.body320.preheader ]
LV: Found an est...

2005 Apr 20

2

heckit / tobit estimation

Dear All,
we (Ott Toomet and I) would like to add functions for maximum likelihood (ML)
estimations of generalized tobit models of type 2 and type 5 (*see below) in
my R package for microeconomic analysis "micEcon". So far we have called
these functions "tobit2( )" and "tobit5( )".
Are these classifications well known? How are these functions called in other

2008 Jan 27

1

OR estimate

Hello,
I have a loop with 1000 repetitions which includes OR computation of an
exposure factor and outcome.
I compute OR like this:
t<-table(exposure,outcome)
oddsratio(t)$measure["estimate"]
This gives me the estimates for exposure=0 and exposure=1 but exposure=0 is
the reference group and i need only the estimate for exposure=1.
I specified a matrix OR with 3 columns (for OR

2018 Aug 14

0

Re: [PATCH] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print source size estimate.

On Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 8:29 PM Richard W.M. Jones <rjones@redhat.com>
wrote:
> This option prints the estimated size of the data that will be copied
> from the source disk.
>
> For interest, the test prints:
>
> 3747840 ../test-data/phony-guests/windows.img
> Estimate: 3710976
>
Why not use qemu-img measure on the overlay?
It gives a conservative estimate that will never fa...

2018 Aug 16

0

[PATCH v2] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print copy size estimate.

This option prints the estimated size of the data that will be copied
from the source disk.
Currently this overestimates by the size of the qcow2 header, but for
real disk images that doesn't matter much.
For example:
$ virt-builder fedora-27
$ virt-v2v -i disk fedora-27.img -o null --machine-readable --print-estimate
[...]...

2009 Nov 03

1

lmer and estimable

Hi everyone,
I'm using lmer and estimable (from packages lme4 and gmodels respectively) and have the disconcerting happening that when I run exactly the same code, I get different results! In checking this out by running the code 50x, it seems to be that answers may be randomly deviating around those which I get from another stats package (GenStat, using the linear mixed models functionality

2013 Feb 04

0

[LLVMdev] Vectorizer using Instruction, not opcodes

...nstruction as a vector instruction. Therefore, it will not consider any of the insert/extractelement instructions you see below (note, that they will all go away any way).
If you run clang++ -O3 -mllvm -debug-only=loop-vectorize you will see which instructions it considers.
E.g:
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction: %indvars.iv = phi i64 [ 0, %entry ], [ %indvars.iv.next, %for.body ]
LV: Found an estimated cost of 0 for VF 1 For instruction: %arrayidx = getelementptr inbounds [256 x i32]* @b, i64 0, i64 %indvars.iv
LV: Found an estimated cost of 1 for VF 1 For instructio...

2004 Oct 05

2

Nelson-Aalen estimator in R

.... Recently I need to do the Nelson-Aalen
estimtor in R. I searched through the R help manual and internet, but could
not find such a R function. I tried another way by calculating the
Kaplan-Meier estimator and take -log(S). However, the function only
provides the summary of KM estimator but no estimated values. Could you
please help me with this? I would highly appreciate your great help!
Thanks,
Tongtong
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2018 Aug 24

2

[PATCH v6] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print copy size estimate.

v6:
- Make the text output a bit nicer.
- Changes as suggested to Measure_disk module temp file & json parsing.
- Use jq to test JSON output.
- Retest.

2018 Aug 24

0

[PATCH v6] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print copy size estimate.

This option prints the estimated size of the data that will be copied
from the source disk.
Currently this overestimates by the size of the qcow2 header, but for
real disk images that doesn't matter much.
For example:
$ virt-builder fedora-27
$ virt-v2v -i disk fedora-27.img -o null --print-estimate
[...]
virt-v2v: This gue...

2018 Aug 23

0

[PATCH v5] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print copy size estimate.

This option prints the estimated size of the data that will be copied
from the source disk.
Currently this overestimates by the size of the qcow2 header, but for
real disk images that doesn't matter much.
For example:
$ virt-builder fedora-27
$ virt-v2v -i disk fedora-27.img -o null --print-estimate
[...]
virt-v2v: This gue...

2018 Aug 23

2

[PATCH v5] v2v: Add --print-estimate option to print copy size estimate.

v5:
- Normal output modified approx as suggested in previous email.
- Machine readable output uses JSON.

2010 Feb 15

4

density estimates for fixed points

...sh to specify wich points the density should be
calculated at.
I can offcourse just write the full kernel density estimate as a R-code, but
surely there must already exist some package for this operation?
The package density(), seems to create a new matrix (depending on n), where
the density is estimated. But i dont know how to specify the points for this
package.
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2012 Apr 26

1

PLM package PGGLS strange behavior

When using the PLM package (version 1.2-8), I encounter the probem that
calling the FGLS estimator evokes strange behavior, when choosing the
"random" effects model. After calling the PGGLS function to estimate FGLS,
PLM gives me a warning, stating that the "random" model has been replaced
with the "pooling" model. I would, however, really like to estimate the
random

2011 Nov 25

1

Unable to reproduce Stata Heckman sample selection estimates

Hello,
I am working on reproducing someone's analysis which was done in
Stata. The analysis is estimation of a standard Heckman sample
selection model (Tobit-2), for which I am using the sampleSelection
package and the selection() function. I have a few problems with the
estimation:
1) The reported standard error for all estimates is Inf ...
vcov(selectionObject) yields Inf in every