I tend to write about programming challenges, books that I have read, database engines, etc. Most of the posts deal with a single subject. On occasions I extend a particular topic to several posts. I have mentioned that I would like to do a few posts on developing projects that fall outside work. This post will start a set of post which will be associated with developing different components that will allow a user to collect a set of specific images, pre process them, train machine learning (ML) algorithms, test them and deploy the best algorithm. We can then compare the results versus what a human (me in this case), and a feature that I developed for a project at work that produces the same result but using a different approach. Continue reading “Rotation Angle Project”
This morning I received in my Gmail account the following edited message:
“Hello Mr. Canessa,
I have a long fixed rectangle in my front yard and I would like to design a Fibonacci garden within this rectangle.
The width of the rectangle is 16.5 feet. The length is 48.5 feet.
I am thinking I could fit two Fibonacci designs within this but I don’t know where to start with my measurements.
How do I go from a 16.5 x 16.5 big square to the smaller squares and rectangles?
Any help will be appreciated.
I do sort of understand but would like some help so that it looks right.