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K Virtual Machine

S-K reduction machine      
An abstract machine defined by Professor David Turner to evaluate combinator expressions represented as {binary graphs}. Named after the two basic combinators, S and K.
Dimensionality reduction         
  • A visual depiction of the resulting LDA projection for a set of 2D points.
  • A visual depiction of the resulting PCA projection for a set of 2D points.
PROCESS OF REDUCING THE NUMBER OF RANDOM VARIABLES UNDER CONSIDERATION
Dimension reduction; Dimensionality Reduction; Dimensionality reduction algorithm; Linear dimensionality reduction
Dimensionality reduction, or dimension reduction, is the transformation of data from a high-dimensional space into a low-dimensional space so that the low-dimensional representation retains some meaningful properties of the original data, ideally close to its intrinsic dimension. Working in high-dimensional spaces can be undesirable for many reasons; raw data are often sparse as a consequence of the curse of dimensionality, and analyzing the data is usually computationally intractable (hard to control or deal with).
Great Reduction         
LAND REFORMS IN SECOND MILLENNIUM SWEDEN; A TAKING-BACK OF POSSESSIONS FROM THE NOBILITY BY THE CROWN
Great Reduction (Sweden); Reduction (Sweden)
In the Great Reduction of 1680, by which the ancient landed nobility lost its power base, the Swedish Crown recaptured lands earlier granted to the nobility. Reductions () in Sweden and its dominions were the return to the Crown of fiefs that had been granted to the Swedish nobility.

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K virtual machine

The K virtual machine (KVM) is a virtual machine developed by Sun Microsystems (now owned by Oracle Corporation), derived from the Java virtual machine (JVM) specification. The KVM was written from scratch in the programming language C. It is designed for small devices with 128K to 256K of available computer memory, and minimizes memory use. It supports a subset of the features of the higher end JVM. For example, a KVM may not support floating-point arithmetic and object finalization. The Connected Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) specifies use of the KVM. The 'K' in KVM stands for kilobyte, signifying that the KVM runs in kilobytes of memory in contrast to megabytes.