What I found interesting this time - last long weekend!

by: Artur Dziedziczak

May 19, 2024

Again not much. Long weekends in the Netherlands take all my energy

“Vehicles Swarm Intelligence: Cooperation in Both Longitudinal and Lateral Dimensions,” n.d. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2405.08039

Have you ever thought how to create a function which will have end goal of minimizing cost of vehicles swarm overtaking maneuvers?
Me neither, but the shit is fascinating.
Actually, this paper reminds me of linear programming courses I had on uni. I never full understood how to solve complex problems of LP, and the problem proposed here is complex AF.

“Emoji History: the Missing Years,” n.d. https://blog.gingerbeardman.com/2024/05/10/emoji-history-the-missing-years/

Interesting post about the origin of Emoji. Apparently, devices from Japan had similar concepts in 1988.
I really like how the author shown retro tech.

“That Time PostgreSQL Said ‘No Thanks, I Don’t Need Your Index,’” n.d. https://jaywhy13.hashnode.dev/that-time-postgresql-said-no-thanks-i-dont-need-your-index

If your PostgreSQL is not using Indexes on tables for queries, you might want to check this blog post.