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Éviter la récursivité : une version itérative (Vidéo)

La fonction récursive que nous avons obtenue est d'un code assez compact et plutôt élégant, mais effectivement peu efficace. Pourquoi ? Rappelons son fonctionnement. Cette fonction est d'abord appelée pour calculer le coût de ce nœud-là. Nécessitant le coût optimal de ce nœud, celui-ci et celui-là, elle est ré appliquée, ...
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5.4 Intellectual property rights and value

Another important theme raised in the play is intellectual property rights (IPR). Ned's fortunes seem to rely on control of the IPR issues surrounding his invention. He challenges the rights of others to share in the IP because, as he sees it, they have not contributed anything. The assumption is that those that have the idea have IPR, but the IPR has value and, therefore, any proceeds accrued should be due to the person who has the idea. A problem arises here because of the phrase ‘in
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3.3 Emotions and judgements

As I suggested above, I am adopting Martha Nussbaum's view of emotions put forward in her dialogue ‘Emotions as judgements of value’ (Nussbaum, 1998). In the introduction she writes: ‘When you put a position in the mouth of a real person, especially the person you love you have to make it real’. She is suggesting that, if you do not write dialogue, then something different and abstract emerges. Her dialogue illustrates this since it is in the form of a lecture by Anna (a thi
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3.2 Relationships and ethics

Activity 12

Read the script of the audio play Call Waiting attached below. Jot down some answers to the following questions:

  1. What is valued in the play?

  2. What action is
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3.1 Introduction

In this section I would like to look at a complete play script to examine how ethics and ethical issues are dealt with. I've chosen this particular play because Katie Hims, the author, is particularly good at writing natural sounding dialogue, and this ‘naturalness’ is something that is sometimes missing in some scenarios specifically created to illustrate ethical questions within technological contexts. The play was originally written for and broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 as part of
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Images of Earth and Space: The Role of Visualization in NASA Science
This compilation video contains visualizations of Earth and Space Sciences resulting from supercomputer models. The excerpted visualizations include: Ocean Planet, El Nino, Ozone 1991, Clouds, Changes in Glacier Bay, Alaska, Biosphere, Lunar Topography from the Clementine Mission, Musculoskeletal Modeling Dynamic Simulations, Simulations of the Breakup and Dynamical Evolution of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, Convective Penetration in Stellar Interiors, Topological Features of a Compressible Plasma Vor
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Filament winding

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Filament winding

This resource is a schematic image for the filament winding manufacturing technique (Slide 4 of 6). The slides are adapted from the University of Liverpool "Composi
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Broken Bones
The purpose of this activity is to introduce students to the concept of the engineering design process and to teach them how to apply it. In "Broken Bones," students will explore the steps of the engineering design process. They will first receive some background instruction about biomedical engineering or bioengineering. Then they will learn about material selection and material properties by using a guide created for them. Students will then break into small groups and brainstorm. Each student
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Listening exercise: La différence d'âge
At the completion of this lesson, after reading a testimony, you will be able to indicate why someone chooses an older partner.
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Phosphorus: Elements
This 2:35 long video explains the uses of phosphorus in its various types from matches to weapons of war. Phosperous is very reactive, especially white phosperous that burns rapidly and it is in part of every human body. Excellent. Warning that this element is very dangerous when exposed to the air.
atomic number: 15

atomic symbol: P


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Paper pulp
Trees provide the materials to make different types of paper. Parts of the tree are made into a pulp and fit onto a frame to take the shape of a thin sheet of paper.
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Know about Recycling - Quiz
Are you a good eco person?
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Improving West Corridor Design
This lesson uses the FasTracks Living Lab, a web portal to interactive train (transit) traffic data for a major metropolitan city. In this lesson, students will first evaluate whether a particular section of the transit system is functioning in an efficient manner and whether it is meeting design requirements. Then, students will suggest design improvements and evaluate whether they make a positive impact on the performance of the transit system. Throughout this lesson, students will work with r
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English Tutorial on Jane Schaeffer Body Paragraph Format
This nine minute video explains the Jane Schaeffer body paragraph writing format and includes the purpose of each of the eight sentences and provide a sample paragraph. Unfortunately, this video is all talking and there isn't any examples shown. A good overview to start this process.
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The Best Preparation for the SATs
The Best Preparation for the SATs - Gaston Caperton, president and CEO of The College Board, talks about how doing your homework everyday is the best preparation for the SAT. (02:22)
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Open Surgery (Spanish)
This patient education program reviews wrist anatomy, the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, particularly the benefits and risks of surgery. This is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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WMAP: The First Detailed Full Sky Picture of the Oldest Light in the Universe
This site allows users to study maps and read a description about the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP), which has made a new determination of the age of the universe and collected data on the oldest light in the universe, microwave "light" captured from 379,000 years after the Big Bang.
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Matrix Concepts -- Explanations
This module introduces basic properties of matrices: concepts, multiplication by a constant, addition and subtraction, and setting two matrices equal to one another.
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Speech exercise: Savon de Marseille
You will be able to explain the make-up and function of several products. You will be able to recommend suitable products using the right arguments.
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Marriage, your rights and duties, the administration - French
You know what the rights and duties of the spouses are and what types of marriage contracts exist. You explain your point of view on this matter.
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