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The purpose of this course is to learn how to specify the behavior of embedded systems and to experience the design of a provably correct system. In this course you will learn how to formally specify requirements and to prove (or disprove) them on the behaviour. With a practical assignment you will experience how to apply the techniques in practice.
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A World Without Humans
This clip explores the 1986 meltdown of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant that took place in Ukraine. (06:27)
Reuters Today: Yen bears show more teeth
Jan. 11 - The yen tumbles as Japan's PM mulls BOJ mandate change. Plus Italian borrowing costs set to dip as investors sniff out returns.
Market Pulse: Japan and Einstein's definition of insanity
Jan. 11 - The yen slides to a 30-month low, but is the market getting too carried away? Draghi's magic may be waning on the euro, and mining and Commerzbank shares fall.
A Heroic Return
It's taken all spring and summer, but salmon finally return to Admiralty Island to spawn. See the fish in this short clip from Nature. (01:03)
Faculty Learning Day, Jan. 2013 | Jeff Sykes
Jeff Sykes examines the ways technologies can be used to make accommodations for students with disabilities.
Medieval mason's marks could spell the end of flat-pack furniture misery
A medieval system of marking stone in building work could be a cheap and effective way of ending the modern day frustration of constructing flat-pack furniture, according to a University of Warwick academic.
21L.002X Foundations of World Culture II: World Literatures and Texts (MIT)
This class continues our study of the foundational texts of human culture, focusing on early modernity until the recent past. In many ways, this includes several questions such as: Why did these works achieve the fame and influence they achieved? How do they present what it means to be a human being? How do they describe the role of a member of a family, community, tradition, social class, gender? How do they distinguish between proper and improper behavior? How do they characterize the members
Second Sun in our Solar System when Star Super Novas
A second sun in our solar system may Supernova very soon. (01:51)
See how Detroit is sing its new green spaces, created by a decline in manufacturing, to grow fruits and vegetables. (04:15)
Staartdelingen tot tienduizend Werkblaadje met staartdelingen tot tienduizend.
Werkblaadje met staartdelingen tot tienduizend.
How Brass Instruments Work
Technology and acoustical principles. How technical developments through history have affected the design of brass instruments.
GRCC Players Present: "Crooked" | Promo
GRCC Players present: CROOKED by Catherine Trieschmann on January 17 - 19, 8pm, Spectrum Theater. Call 234-3946 beginning Monday, Jan 7 at 1pm to purchase tickets.
Op zoek naar jongeren die stotteren We zijn op zoek naar jongeren die stotteren voor een uniek doctoraatsonderzoek. We willen aantonen dat stotteren veel meer is dan wat mensen kunnen horen en zien. Ken je iemand die zou kunnen deelnemen, geef hem of haar dan zeker deze …
We zijn op zoek naar jongeren die stotteren voor een uniek doctoraatsonderzoek. We willen aantonen dat stotteren veel meer is dan wat mensen kunnen horen en zien.
Ken je iemand die zou kunnen deelnemen, geef hem of haar dan zeker deze …
Media History and Social Regulation Mod 2 Unit 8
Module 2 discusses key features and developments in media history, focusing on the histories of print and audio-visual media. The module examines issues in the debates that govern scholarly, ethical and political thinking about the actual or desired relationship of media to public life and considers the relative significance and benefits of private, public and mixed-ownership media. The aim of this unit is to carry the narrative of the development of the mass media in industrialised societies
John Siegfried: “Better Living Through Economics”
Watch video of “Better Living Through Economics”, part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Lecture Series presented by Vanderbilt Professor of Economics John Siegfried, who has written a book with the same title. Siegfried will focus on various case studies to demonstrate how economic research has improved societal conditions over the past 50 years by influencing public policykeep reading »
Ghana: Introduction to Kente weaving
A short history of the tradition of the Kente weavers in the Ashanti region of Ghana. Nana Asante Fremprong, a local businessman and master weaver, describes the method and skills involved in the process and how it's been updated without the loss of traditional values
Superfoods: Eat more, lose weight
What if you could eat more and still lose weight? How about reduce disease and increase your lifespan? Sounds too good to be true, but Vanderbilt’s Barb Cramer talks with Vanderbilt School of Nursing’s nutrition expert Jamie Pope about choice foods that can help you change your health odds. To learn more fromkeep reading »