Database Systems - Advanced Database Design (UML - An Introduction and Use Case)
This lecture forms part of the "Advanced Database Design" topic in the Database Systems module.
Author(s): UKOER,Open Educational Repository in Support of Co

Introduction to OO Programming in Java - Intro to module and to OO programming
This zip file contains reading material which forms part of the "Intro to module and to OO programming" topic in the Introduction to OO Programming in Java module.
Author(s): Ken Fisher,Peter Chalk,Open Educational Repository

Real-Time Embedded Systems - Introduction to embedded software development
This lecture forms part of the "Introduction to embedded software development" topic in the Real-Time Embedded Systems module.
Author(s): Prof Jeff Magee,Prof Martin Cripps,Dr Rinat Khusai

Introduction to dynamics : document transcript
This is a document transcript about Introduction to Dynamics (Edexcel HN Unit: Engineering Science (NQF L4)). The basic concepts associated with some elements of dynamic engineering systems and calculations are discussed. The theory associated with linear and angular motion, energy and simple harmonic motion are outlined with sample calculations for each topic. This open educational resource was released through the Higher Education Academy Engineering Subject Centre Open Engineering Resource
Author(s): Leicester College Technology and Engineering Centr

Introduction to stress and strain: document transcript
This is a document transcript about Introduction to Stress and Strain HNC in Engineering - Mechanical Science Edexcel Unit: Engineering Science (NQF L4). This section provides an introduction to the concepts of direct and shear stress and strain as encountered in mechanical engineering structures. The standard notation is explained; Youngâ€™s modulus is introduced and explained with worked examples. Factors of safety are examined and some sample calculations are included. Some simple examples of
Author(s): Leicester College Technology and Engineering Centr

Introduction to torsion : document transcript
This is a document transcript about Introduction to Torsion HNC in Engineering - Mechanical Science Edexcel Unit: Engineering Science (NQF L4). Torsion or twisting is a common concept in mechanical engineering systems. This section looks at the basic theory associated with torsion and examines some typical examples by calculating the main parameters. Further examples include determination of the torque and power requirements of torsional systems. This open educational resource was released th
Author(s): Leicester College Technology and Engineering Centr

Real-Time Embedded Systems - Introduction to Embedded Real-Time Systems & Scheduling
This lecture is the only part of the "Introduction to Embedded Real-Time Systems & Scheduling" topic in the Real-Time Embedded Systems module.
Author(s): Dr Rinat Khusainov,Prof Jeff Magee,Prof Martin Cri

Real-Time Embedded Systems - Introduction to Scheduling Strategies
This lecture is the only part of the "Introduction to Scheduling Strategies" topic in the Real-Time Embedded Systems module.
Author(s): Prof Jeff Magee,Prof Martin Cripps,Dr Rinat Khusai

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This task guide forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

Web Design and Objects - Introduction
This reading material forms part of the "Introduction" topic in the Web Design and Objects module.
Author(s): Dr Gary Griffiths,Open Educational Repository in S

RF Engineering : past exam questions: level 3 part 3
This resource (B364 RF Engineering Level 3 Part 3) contains past examination questions from the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of Portsmouth. This unit takes a top-level systems approach to selected examples of microwave system, e.g. radar, remote sensing. The syllabus also includes invited (and assessed) lectures from an industrial expert on the topic of EMC/EMI. This open educational resource was released through the Higher Education Academy Engineeri
Author(s): University of Portsmouth

Introduction to compact operators
The aim of this session is to cover the basic theory of compact linear operators on Banach spaces. This includes definitions and statements of the background and main results, with illustrative examples and some proofs. Target audience: This material is accessible to anyone who has a basic knowledge of metric space topology, and who knows what a bounded linear operator on a Banach space is. It is most likely to be suitable for postgraduate students or final year undergraduates.
Author(s): Feinstein Joel F. Dr

Cardiology Examination - Patient Introduction
Patient Introduction - Introduce yourself and ask for permission to examine the patient. - Ensure the patient is in a warm environment. - Expose patient adequately,preserving dignity. - General inspection for distress. - Observe particularly for malar flush.
Author(s): Professor Karim Meeran; Imperial College London

Introduction to Econometrics: EC220
For year 2 undergraduates, presumes some previous introductory study of statistics and calculus. Materials include PPT slides and video recording of lectures. The course follows the author's textbook and is relatively unmathematical in its approach. Part of the TRUE Econometrics site featuring Lectures and Courses.
Author(s): Christopher Dougherty

Introduction to Econometrics: Econmet [U13783]
20 credit unit for year 2 economics undergraduates. Presumes some previous introductory study of statistics. Stresses proper application of methods rather than formal derivations; aims to help students read applied econometrics and attempt their own.
Author(s): Guy Judge