## functional analysis – Upper and lower limits of the network function

I did not reach a solution for the determination of upper and lower limits of the following function:

$D_3^\alpha (i) = \sum_{\substack{j=1\\j\neq i}}^{n}w_{ij}\log_{10}\frac{\sum_{\substack{k,l=1\\k\neq l}}^{n}\frac{w_{kl}}{2}}{\left( \sum_{\substack{k=1\\k\neq j}}^{n}{{w_{jk}}^\alpha}\right)-{w_{ij}}^\alpha+1}$

It applies to weighted unoriented network graphics, with not nodes. The formula is calculated for the node I. With $$alpha$$ being a coefficient which can be chosen greater than zero. wij is the weight of the arc connection nodes I and j (with a j for all the neighbors in the network of I). The logarithm numerator represents the sum of the weights of all the arcs in the graph.

So basically we add the weights of all the arcs connected to the node I, by multiplying them before by the logarithmic term. Please note that for $$alpha> 1$$ the contribution of an arc to the final score can be negative.

Can you help me find a maximum and a minimum?
It should be expressed in terms of not and $$alpha$$ which are fixed parameters. We also know the value of the maximum wij.

## applications – Define storage limits by application

Is there a way to define the storage space that an app can use?

I am tired of uninstalling apps, deleting app data and deleting files to see the newly freed space start to be swallowed in a few hours by these "abusive storage" apps!

Worst of all, I have real needs with some of these apps.
Take Outlook for example, it wastes space in caching old emails that I won't read and it lacks parameters to control this behavior. I use it with my personal and professional accounts and to clean its data means to repeat the authentication steps … for each of the accounts … daily … and this is only one of these problematic applications …

Repeated use of the "delete things" method seems constantly stupid, a poorly chosen process design choice …

And I don't care about the loss of functionality, they will have to deal with any space that I deem worthy of having. =]

## python – Limits the number of decimal places of a float that fills a list

Hello Stackoverflow community, hello.

I am trying to develop a code which calculates the numerical values ​​obtained from a physical equation

Here is the form of the equation,

where k, T and pi are constant values ​​defined by the user.
Already lambda is a value that will be traversed in a range with for and its responses stored in a list using the following code snippet

``````import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

k=2.0
T=25.0+273.0
rhos=()
for i in range (1,100):

rho = (8*np.pi*k)/i
rhos.append(rho)
print (rhos)
``````

the results generated come out in this format:

How to control the number of decimal places that will appear in the list? Can this check be done before filling the list or only after the add method?

## Using CSOM, are site sharing settings accessible, especially the setting that limits site sharing to the sole owner of the site?

Using CSOM, is there a way to check a website (web) to make sure that only site owners can share the site? In the modern SharePoint user interface, the site sharing option says "Site owners and members and people with Edit permissions can share files and folders, but only site owners can share the site ".

## limits – what's wrong with this derivation of the distance around an ellipse?

I'm studying Gil Strang's text Calculation. Exercise 30 in section 8.2 reads as follows:

The area of ​​an ellipse is $$πab$$. The area of ​​a band which surrounds it (width Δ) is $$π (a + Δ) (b + Δ) – πab ≈ π (a + b) Δ$$. The distance around the ellipse seems to be $$π (a + b)$$. But that distance is impossible to find – what's wrong?

I'm having trouble understanding this. It really seems that if we take the limit of the band area on Δ when Δ goes to zero, we get $$π (a + b)$$ as the distance around the ellipse. Please help!

## usability – Character limits in text box fields – advantages and disadvantages and best practices?

Some of our form fields have character limits. We are debating whether we should reflect the current size of data entry or simply limit and prohibit data entry beyond this size.

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The definition itself is</p> <p><span class="math-container">\$\$ lim_ {m to infty} lim_ {n to infty} cos ^ {2n} left (m! pi x right) \$\$</span><br /> and evaluates to 1 for rational <span class="math-container">\$ x \$</span> and 0 for irrational <span class="math-container">\$ x \$</span>. The part that I don't fully understand is why the exhibitor is <span class="math-container">\$ 2n \$</span> as opposed to just <span class="math-container">\$ n \$</span>.</p> <p>This is a very lax question, but my concern comes from the fact <span class="math-container">\$ n to infty \$</span>, <span class="math-container">\$ 2n \$</span> is not necessarily even, let alone an integer, which negates the value of making rational values ​​become <span class="math-container">\$ 1 \$</span> instead of <span class="math-container">\$ pm1 \$</span>. 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Consider the code snippet below:</p> <pre><code>X = {x1, x2, x3, x4, x5, x6, x7, x8, x9, x10, x11, x12}; Y = {y1, y2, y3, y4, y5, y6, y7, y8, y9, y10, y11, y12}; \$Assumptions = Element(X, PositiveIntegers) && Element(Y, PositiveIntegers) && And @@ Table(X((i)) > Y((i)), {i, 1, 12}); </code></pre> <p>Several simplifications all come back <code>True</code> as expected:</p> <pre><code>In(4):= Simplify(x1 > y1) Out(4)= True In(5):= Simplify(x1 + x2 > y1 + y2) Out(5)= True In(6):= Simplify(Total(X((1 ;; 10))) > Total(Y((1 ;; 10)))) Out(6)= True In(7):= Simplify(Total(X) > Total(Y((1 ;; 9)))) (*21 variables*) Out(7)= True </code></pre> <p>However, if I try to simplify an expression involving 22 or more variables, <code>Simplify</code> is unable to manage it:</p> <pre><code>In(8):= Simplify(Total(X((1 ;; 11))) > Total(Y((1 ;; 11)))) Out(8)= x1 + x10 + x11 + x2 + x3 + x4 + x5 + x6 + x7 + x8 + x9 > y1 + y10 + y11 + y2 + y3 + y4 + y5 + y6 + y7 + y8 + y9 (*True expected*) In(9):= Simplify(Total(X) > Total(Y)) Out(9)= x1 + x10 + x11 + x12 + x2 + x3 + x4 + x5 + x6 + x7 + x8 + x9 > y1 + y10 + y11 + y12 + y2 + y3 + y4 + y5 + y6 + y7 + y8 + y9 (*True expected*) </code></pre> <p>I did not find any global option in the documentation that limits the number of variables <code>Simplify</code> I will manage. 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The NPC is able to use the metamorphosis like Ardent 7 multiclass, protester level 11. My idea was to make his metamorphosis a flying creature, to fly directly above the ship, then to transform into a huge rock , crushing the deck and part of the hull. .</p> <p>The ship in question is a Dromond, I use "Stormwrack", to sink the ship 15 hull sections (each of 10 cubic feet) should be crushed, each with a hardness of 5 and 80 hp. The Dromond has a space of 20 feet by 100 feet. The entire ship has AC -3, attacking a hull section is AC 2.</p> <p>My problem is to assess the power of my imagined type of attack. The metamorphosis says:</p> <blockquote> <p>You can also use this power to take the form of an inanimate object.<br /> You gain the hardness of the object and keep your own hit points. You can<br /> take the form of almost any simple object you can think of, like a<br /> chair, sword or carpet. (…) You cannot use this power to assume the<br /> in the form of a psionic object or a magic object, or any object with hardness<br /> 15 or more. (…) As an inanimate object, you lose all mobility.<br /> You retain your normal senses and your ability to speak. You<br /> may manifest power if you perform a concentration test (DC 20 + power<br /> level); however, this ends the term of this power. If you take<br /> damage in the form of an object, your real body also takes<br /> damage (but the hardness of the object, if any, protects you). <em>Extended Psionics Manual, p. 117</em></p> </blockquote> <p>The stone has a hardness 8, so it is possible to turn into rock. The NPC would take fall damage minus 8 hardness points. But how much damage would the ship suffer? The NPC could turn into an 11 HD creature – but there doesn't seem to be a limit on items.</p> <p>I see the following possibility of limiting the size of the objects that you can transform using the metamorphosis: The power specifies that the manifest keeps its power. An inch of stone in a 5 x 5 foot square has 15 hp. (PHB, p.166) The character has 117 horses. So you could say it could turn into a stone slab 5 feet by 5 feet 7 inches thick. This slab would have 105 hp. You can turn it into a stone ball about 3 feet in diameter. It's a huge rock – but how badly in terms of damage?</p> <p>A 3-foot diameter granite ball would weigh approximately 1.16 tonnes. This is more than 11 times 200 lbs, so the DMG section for falling objects applies: This rock causes 11d6 points of damage on a fall of 10 feet, for a fall of 100 feet, 20 d6 damage would be applied to the ship and 9d6 damage to the NPC (minus 8 hardness points).</p> <p>While that sounds reasonable, I still wonder: are the numbers above inherent in power or could you just use the metamorphosis to say "I'm turning into a mountain" and bury the ship? 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