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Lession - #1153 GITHub Pull

What is pull in GitHub?
Pull requests allow you to tell others about changes you've got pushed to a branch in a repository on GitHub. Once a pull request is opened, you'll be able to discuss and review the potential changes with collaborators and add follow-up commits before your changes are unified into the base branch.

To Pull Request
Open a pull request by clicking the produce pull request button. this permits the repo's maintainers to review your contribution. From here, they'll merge it if it's smart, or they'll raise you to create some changes.

In summary, if you would like to contribute to a project, the best method is to:

  1. Find a project you would like to contribute to
  2. Fork it
  3. Clone it to your local system
  4. Make a new branch
  5. Make your changes
  6. Push it back to your repo
  7. Click the Compare & pull request button
  8. Click produce pull request to open a new pull request
  9. If the reviewers ask for changes, repeat steps five and six to add more commits to your pull request.

Meaning if TLDR
TLDR (Twin Learning for dimensionality Reduction>
is an unsupervised dimensionality reduction method that combines neighborhood embedding learning with the simplicity and effectiveness of recent self-supervised learning losses.

Inspired by manifold learning, TLDR uses nearest neighbors as a way to make pairs from a training set and a redundancy reduction loss to learn an encoder that produces representations invariant across such pairs.