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C++ objects of types that have virtual functions or virtual base classes contain volatile (‘memory’) pointers. We call such pointers ‘hidden pointers’ because they were not specified by the user. If such C++ objects are made persistent, then these pointers become invalid across program invocations. We encountered this problem in our implementation of O++, which is a database language based on C++.
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Alexandre d’Aspremont, Francis Bach & Laurent El Ghaoui for Sparse Principal Component Analysis Princeton University, INRIA/ENS Ulm & U.C. Berkeley Optimal solutions Preprint available on arXiv , 1
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Prior to buying or selling an option, investors must read a copy of the Characteristics & Risks of Standardized Options, also known as the options disclosure document (ODD). It explains the characteristics and risks of exchange traded options.
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This course offers an introduction to optimization models and their applications, with emphasis on numerically tractable problems, such as linear or constrained least-squares optimization.
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