Moreover, we propose methods to estimate measurement noise variance and to deal with the problem of saturated pixels, to improve the accuracy and robustness of the algorithm. (2005) A Kalman Filter Based Background Updating Algorithm Robust to Sharp Illumination Changes.
The algorithm has been successfully tested in a traffic surveillance task by comparing it to a background updating algorithm, based on Kalman filtering, taken from literature.
If I shut down Photoshop and relaunch, it's fast again for a time, but then gets very slow again.
I have tried various different Performance tab settings in the Preferences dialog box, but no combination seems to work.
$ cat frontend-v2| kubectl rolling-update frontend-v1 -f - is specified, a new replication controller is created with a temporary name.
You can release an app update to production using a staged rollout.
$ kubectl rolling-update frontend-v1 -f frontend-v2// Update pods of frontend-v1 using JSON data passed into stdin.
If you still want to keep your Replication Controllers and use , keep reading: A rolling update applies changes to the configuration of pods being managed by a replication controller.
The changes can be passed as a new replication controller configuration file; or, if only updating the image, a new container image can be specified directly.
I have also tried CTRL ALT at startup and re-arranged the scratch disk order, but again, this hasn't helped. I am running: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit Intel Core i7 3.4GHz Sandy Bridge CPU16GB Dual-Channel DDR3 RAM2GB Nvidia Ge Force GTX 570 GPUAsus Sabertooth V2 Motherboard I am also using Photoshop for image retouching. I have even tried changing the font options and disabling the rulers, as suggested when this happened in the 2015 version of Photoshop. Your comment on the scratch disks using ctrl alt reminded me so I tried that.
There are only 4 choices there, but my missing drives (in PS) showed as available, so I chose one of those.