Expressive Intelligence: Artificial Intelligence, Games and New Media (October 20, 2006)
interactive, design, program, computer, science, art, research, understanding, practice, AI, system, experience, code, learning, decision, innovation, technology, control, content, façade, player, character, social, story, action, project, autonomous, per
27. Programming Methodology Lecture 27
Computer, science, technology, programming, software, variable, names, code, language, java, stanford, social networks, c++, hashmaps, discrete math, computability, artificial intelligence, a.i., graphics, simulations, database, crypto, machine learning
4.5.2 Commercial copolymers The main reason for copolymerizing different monomers is to adjust the physical properties of a given homopolymer to meet a specific demand. SBR elastomer, for example (Table 1), based on 24 wt% styrene monomer shows better mechanical properties and better resistance to degradation than polybutadiene alone. By increasing the styrene content to 35 per cent, a high hysteresis (energy absorbing) material ideal for tyre tread
The main reason for copolymerizing different monomers is to adjust the physical properties of a given homopolymer to meet a specific demand. SBR elastomer, for example (Table 1), based on 24 wt% styrene monomer shows better mechanical properties and better resistance to degradation than polybutadiene alone. By increasing the styrene content to 35 per cent, a high hysteresis (energy absorbing) material ideal for tyre tread
Building a Circuit-Diagram for the Brain
science, neuroscience, technology, medicine, brain, memory, learning, remembering, hippocampus, amygdala, basal ganglia, cerebral cortex, cerebellum, motor, habit, emotion, neuron, synapse, circuit, drugs, signal, input, output, retention
Listen: Osher Lifelong Learning spring term set
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Vanderbilt offers spring classes for the community beginning March 15. The non-credit classes are geared toward older adults who want lectures and discussions in a relaxed and informal environment.
U unveils new Science Teaching & Student Services building
The new Science Teaching and Student Services building has been unveiled on the banks of the Mississippi River at the University of Minnesota. STSS will be the home to new technology-rich science classrooms, lecture halls and One Stop student services. From career services and veteran services to Active Learning Classrooms and state-of-the-art sustainability features - the STSS is a welcome addition to the University of Minnesota campus.
TALAT Lecture 2102.04: A Compressed Air Tank for a Lorry, Special Studies: Rolling, Deep-Drawing and
This lecture offers an example of product development. It imparts knowledge about rolling aluminium; deep-drawing aluminium; welding aluminium (MIG and TIG) and?choice of alloy - rolling/deep-drawing/welding. It provides insight into how to develop a product using the general specifications and the interaction between form, material and processing chain; the importance of being thoroughly familiar with the different design materials, their processing possibilities and properties. The lecture is
The future of thinking in an information age
Does the Internet really make us dumber, as some pundits argue? And dumber than what? This lecture talked about what it means to think through and with new information technologies, placing both these technologies and ‘thinking' in a historical context. Professor Cathy Davidson argues that many of the ways we teach, work, and evaluate attention, achievement, intelligence, and learning abilities or disabilities were developed for the industrial technologies of the early twentieth century. H
Site Libre Savoirs: Statistique appliquée à la génétique et à la génomique
Domaine: Probabilités et statistiques
Introduction of genome based analysis of quantitative traits with machine learning and non-parametric methods. Prof. Daniel Gianola, University of Wisconsin Cycle de cours du 5 au 9 juillet 2010 Le cours est disponible intégralement en vidéo dans la partie "Ressources pédagogiques"
Learning Shapes - Triangle
This learning shapes video from Little Runners focuses on the attributes of triangles. It shows a picture on the screen of a triangle and a voice talks about the corners and sides of triangles. The video ends with animated images of real-life examples of triangles. Very clear teaching. (2:04)
Music-ITE: Assessment for Learning and Teacher Education
This resource on the Music-ITE website looks at Assessment for Learning. AfL is an aspect of the work of all teachers. For trainee music teachers, AfL is a key feature of the way in which learning can be taken forwards, and should form a normal part of their everyday work in the classroom. In order to understand what assessment for learning is, Fautley begins by reflecting about the nature of assessment, and what is special about Assessment for Learning in particular.
Seed Handling in Genebanks: Self-Learning Module