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I would be surprised if you find any API combining those features. As the two most useful features are certainly the picture and the name by far, I would use a Face gender detection API such as Lambda Labs's API (picked randomly, you might want to search for benchmark if there are any), combined with a name to gender mapping. To solve the conflicts , you ...


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Lispide was invented just for you. I don't know what you call all the steps of a simplex resolution, but it does provide intermediaries rather than just the result in basic mode It has a magnificent GUI : You can save the program, You cannot choose the pivot - it uses the biggest coefficient of the line considered as a pivot. There may be a way to tweak ...


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You can find the current ASCII-based Arabic transliteration methods here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanization_of_Arabic#ASCII-based None of them does what you are asking for. Are you sure there are enough alphabetic letters for mapping all Arabic symbols? If you are, it seems you need to come up with your own transliteration scheme. If you come up ...


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I've found ProjeQtor. ProjeQtOr is an open source project management software grouping in a single tool all the features needed to organize your projects. It is simple, easy to use while covering a maximum of project management features. Its particularity, in addition to its completeness, is to be quality oriented. This means that you can record ...


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This is not possible. DSA stands for Digital Signature Algorithm. DSA cannot be used for encryption / decryption. You must be mistaken with RSA that can be used for both. For the Diffie-Hellman (discrete logarithm) problem on which DSA is based there are a few options. One is (EC)DH-IES, another ElGamal encryption. However, from your limited specifications ...


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On one hand you don't want to use MusicBrainz naming which has in most cases been entered and checked by real humans, instead you want to use an automated completely computer based system but it must not be dumb. Unfortunately, all computer algorithms are essentially dumb, just some give the impression of being less dumb than others. But I may be able to ...


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