18.100C Analysis I (MIT)
This course is meant as a first introduction to rigorous mathematics; understanding and writing of proofs will be emphasized. We will cover basic notions in real analysis: point-set topology, metric spaces, sequences and series, continuity, differentiability, and integration.
Calculus III, Fall 2006
This course is an introduction to the calculus of functions of several variables. It begins with studying the basic objects of multidimensional geometry: vectors and vector operations, lines, planes, cylinders, quadric surfaces, and various coordinate systems. It continues with the elementary differential geometry of vector functions and space curves. After this, it extends the basic tools of differential calculus - limits, continuity, derivatives, linearization, and optimization - to multidimen
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Neural Networks
This reading material forms part of the "Neural Networks" topic in the Introduction to Artificial Intelligence module.
Introduction to OO Programming in Java - Intro to module and to OO programming
This task guide forms part of the "Intro to module and to OO programming" topic in the Introduction to OO Programming in Java module.
Introduction to OO Programming in Java - Introduction to the AWT
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction to the AWT" topic in the Introduction to OO Programming in Java module.
Public Speaking - Organize the Speech's Outline
Outlines for speeches typically include an introduction, the body and a conclusion. This is a clip from a larger segment. (01:15)
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence - Evolutionary Computing
This tutorial forms part of the "Evolutionary Computing" topic in the Introduction to Artificial Intelligence module.
20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Expert commentary by Jeffrey Anderson
Jeffrey Anderson, director of the BMW Center for German and European Studies, discusses the impact of the fall of the Berlin Wall 20 years later.
4.1 Introduction We have looked at the way in which policy informs the development of rules, and you have had an opportunity to develop your reasoning skills by applying your understanding of a set of rules to some factual situations. One of the issues which came out of Part B was that sometimes in applying rules the language in which the rules are written makes it difficult to know exactly what is meant. In Part C we will be looking at this problem in a little more detail. In particular, we will be looking a
We have looked at the way in which policy informs the development of rules, and you have had an opportunity to develop your reasoning skills by applying your understanding of a set of rules to some factual situations. One of the issues which came out of Part B was that sometimes in applying rules the language in which the rules are written makes it difficult to know exactly what is meant. In Part C we will be looking at this problem in a little more detail. In particular, we will be looking a
The Origins of Jazz
Musical influences in modern Jazz composition; a four-minute history presented by Stephen Tosh. Mr. Tosh speaks of how European influence, 'street' music, and the (African) banjo helped form the beginnings of jazz music.
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.
Homely Remedy Protocols: A solution to the supply and administration of non-prescription medicinal p
Patient Group Directions, although widely used since their introduction in the late 1990s, are not widely reported in the literature. However, when described, it is recognised that their use are inappropriate for non prescription medicinal products or for use outside NHS settings. This paper thus describes a suitable alternative to Patient Group Directions, for use in research participants requiring non-prescription medicinal products in their own homes, the Homely Remedy Protocol.
ANSO 303-01, Medical Sociology, Fall 2006
This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.,Medical sociology is the theoretical, empirical and applied study of the social dimensions of health, illness, disease and the provision and consumption of health care. Topics that will be covered in this course include epidemiology, social demography of health, the relationship between social stress and health, health and illness behavior, the sick role, the physician-patient relationship, the
Career skills in economics
This is a module framework. It can be viewed online or downloaded as a zip file. As taught in Autumn Semester 2009 Careers skills is a compulsory module for all Year 2 Economics students. It is not available to students from outside the School. It is one of a number of modules that make up the Nottingham Advantage Award. The Nottingham Advantage Award is a new initiative focusing on student skills, employability and personal and academic development. Initially created for undergraduate students,
Design in Nature [Audio]
Speaker(s): Professor Sarah Coakley, Professor John Cottingham, Professor John Worrall | The idea that nature displays an inherent purpose, and more generally the hand of a wise designer, may have suffered a blow from Darwinian science, but it seems not to have been a death-blow. Indeed, from both academic and popular wings of theist opinion there is still considerable interest in arguments from design. The classic arguments contended that the natural world is so complex and suited to our surviv
Contribution à lingénierie des systèmes conseillers : une approche méthodologique fondée sur
An advisor system is a system that proposes a just-in-time first-line help to the users of a given software, on the basis of an analysis of the actions and productions of the user. Within the Licef laboratory, two different types of advisor systems are developed: advisor systems dedicated to students using the Web-based interactive learning environments developed with Explor@ and advisor agents dedicated to courseware designers using the course design methodology MISA and its Internet-based work
Principles of Industrial Hygiene
Principles of Industrial Hygiene provides an introduction to the field of industrial hygiene and to occupational health in general.
Colouring the Invisible
75 meters of coloured translucent vinyl covering 150 glass windows over 5 floors. 'Colouring The Invisible' is a short-term installation by Julia Vogl, postgraduate sculpture student at the Slade School of Fine Art to reflect the languages most commonly spoken by the School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies' (SSEES) community. Created from data which captured over 450 responses from SSEES students and staff, the work challenges identity and familiarity, whilst transforming the architect
Open Teaching in a Digital Age
The digital age has rung in profound changes for the higher education endeavor - not least of which has been a revolution in the way teaching materials are generated shared and re-appropriated by means of the Internet. This is the realm of OER: a new philosophy in teaching and learning which has the potential to open new channels for the flow of knowledge. OER UCT invites you to explore the unlimited potential to boost your individual academic profile as well as that of your department or facult
Introduction to Molecular Virology
Introductory Virology for 2nd and 3rd year courses The material consists of a series of linked pages exploring an introduction to the concept of viruses, and an exploration of their general properties. This site provides the basis of material for 7-lecture course in introductory microbiology (MCB2016F) and a 20-lecture course (MCB3024S, Defence and Disease) given to third-year students.