For the Parents who care about Good Habits in their Kids .
One of the most important facts that parents need to understand is this: Children who practice healthy habits early in life are much more likely to continue those habits through their teen years and into adulthood. According to the American Association for Health Education a key reason for that reality is that a child’s brain is more impressionable than an adult’s.
Manners are to be taught. When children are very young, We have to grab the opportunity to teach appropriate behavior. When children are polite, kind and honest, they develop character -- and also make their parents look good!
“Young children haven’t had a real opportunity to develop a concrete preference in their likes and dislikes, so it is easier to start them off on the right foot than it is to stop a bad habit later in life,”
Here are some important habits that parents should begin instilling in their children at early age.
• Regular Brushing Teeth.
• Daily Bath.
• Regular Hand Washing.
• Wake up Early with Smile.
• Eat Healthy Breakfast.
• Pray Before Meal.
• Daily Exercise
• Study Hard.
• Social Behavior.
• Being A Good Guest and Be Good to Guest.
• Sharing Behavior.
• Saving Money.
• Good Listening Habit.
• Reading Habit.
• Eat Fruits Daily .
• When in a Group be the part of it .
• Personal Hygiene.
A new Generation with Good habits and Good Manner is the future of our Nation .
Our idea is to crowdsource such auto-tuning and make it practical using Collective Mind infrastructure and repository (http://sourceforge.net/projects/c-mind). In this approach, multi-objective codelet, program and architecture tuning to balance performance, power consumption, compilation time, code size and any other important metric is distributed among multiple participants.
We hope that our approach will help to automatically improve default optimization heuristics of latest compilers including GCC, LLVM, Open64 and any other, or predict optimizations for new programs using collected knowledge and machine learning to maximize utilization of modern computer devices. Interestingly, we also hope that it will help to improve academic research and switch focus from publishing numerous non-reproducible papers to sharing research material and experimental results that can be collaboratively validated and improved by the community.
This application is currently a research proof-of-concept to support and validate our idea. It helps us collect various performance statistics from participants to validate machine learning techniques. This is an on-going project, so please be patient! Feedback and suggestions are welcome!
* Community website: http://cTuning.org
* Live Repository: http://c-mind.org/repo
* Collective Mind vision publication: http://hal.inria.fr/hal-00850880
* Next related workshop (TRUST 2014 @ PLDI 2014): http://c-mind.org/events/trust2014
* Founder page: http://cTuning.org/lab/people/gfursin
If you are interested to know more about this project or our vision, don't hesitate to contact Grigori (grigori.fursin@cTuning.org).
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