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Bayesian Derivation of the Kalman Filter
Adam Charles
This derivation of the Kalman Filter uses the Bayesian interpretation. The optimization program is set up and solved analytically, leading to the Kalman update equations for prediction and filtering.

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Move to the rhythm
These chicks rock! Find out why they're all atwitter. Get the latest happenings about the U at @UMNews!
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Lesson - Simile, Metaphor, Alliteration
This is a lesson on similes, metaphors, and alliteration. There is also an example of a simple project to go along with the lesson. The video quality is poor. Students would benefit by having a wordwall with these terms. An idea for a project is also offered.

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Early American Literature (1700 - 1800)
A brief look at the Colonial Period also known as the Age of Reason,
Enlightenment, and Naturalism, this seven minute video does not have narration, but does have easy to read descriptions of the major movements of the time such as deism, and the many individuals from presidents to artists to poets. A vast amount of material is included in this video. Students would benefit from having the names of the movements and people listed to help them understand the video better.

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Palestine and Recognition
Russian President Medvedev endorses a Palestinian state on his first visit to the Israeli-occupied West Bank as a Russian head of state. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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Pat Green -- Grammy-nominated Singer/Songwriter and Texas Tech Graduate
Pat began his music career while attending Texas Tech where he practiced guitar with another notable alumnus, singer/songwriter Cory Morrow. While in Lubbock, he soon became a fixture in dancehalls and college bars, playing in local clubs and opening shows for other artists. In 1995, he put out his first album which featured Natalie Maines who later went on to Dixie Chicks fame. Pat began touring almost non-stop, selling out venues nationwide as well as selling nearly 200,000 independently rel
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Let the Word Go Forth
"Let the Word Go Forth" is a film of many faces and voices recreating President John F. Kennedy's inaugural address. Contributors (in order of appearance) John Lewis Mary Jo Bane Marian Wright Edelman James Carroll Dennis Archer Gwen Ifill David Ellwood Colin Powell Douglas Barrios John Haigh Dan Bidois Tamecca Tillard Fareed Zakaria Emily Janoch Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Joe Curtatone Hannah Peaker Ricardon Hausman Nicole Paulet Piedra Graham Allison Robert Stavins Ban Ki-moon Jane Mansbridge Br
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Martin Luther King Day Celebration
Today's young Americans must combine their technological savvy with a commitment to environmental sustainability to help achieve Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a just society, keynote speaker Van Jones told the audience at Princeton University's annual King Day ceremony. This year's event focused on exploring the environmental impact of Hurricane Katrina and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf Coast region, in the context of King's vision for equality and his concern for the poor
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testing jan 2011
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Operating System
Hannes Hirzel
A very short introduction to what a computer operating system is.
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Binomial Distribution
David Lane

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Identify reliable control points for measuring the vehicle
In this task the learner is required to identify points on different sections of the vehicle that can be used as control points. As each control point is identiied its description is recorded in the report form. When all of the control points in a section have been found another section of the vehicle is selected including the engine compartment, front and rear door openings and the boot compartment.
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Plan an induction program
Positive performance outcomes are the purpose of an induction program. So you need to design induction programs that will help new employees assimilate quickly, understand their tasks and the standard of work expected. Choose cost-effective methods and tools, make sure it's planned and conducted in cooperation with line managers, and be sure to include a plan for follow up and evaluation.
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Apply Phosphine and Phosphine Generating Products: Selection and use of personal protective equipmen
Selection and use of personal protective equipment. Correct PPE is essential for the safe application of phosphine. PPE requirements are described on the label, on the MSDS and listed in detail in the codes of practice. This forms session 4 of the Apply Phosphine and Phosphine Generating Products resource.
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Apply Phosphine and Phosphine Generating Products: Storage of phosphine products
Storage of phosphine products. This session examines the Dangerous Goods code, hazard signs and the appropriate storage of phosphine. This forms session 3 of the Apply Phosphine and Phosphine Generating Products resource.
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Implement Quality Assurance Process for Websites - Resource pack
This learning object defines the competency required to develop and conduct a planned and systematic pattern of actions required to provide adequate confidence that the website conforms to relevant standards and fulfils the customer's expectations. It addresses establishing standards, applying standards and tracking performance, continuous improvement processes and documenting quality assurance processes.
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Business Requirements for a website
Conduct a business requirements analysis for the Bazaar Ceramics website. This will provide an understanding of what the client expects from the website and what information should be included in the website. Your task is to review the client information provided, interview the client, analyse this information and document your research in a Business Requirements report.
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Samui French Toast t-shirt!
Finally after talking about it forever, Paul’s Japanese mistake is forever enshrined in t-shirt form. Head over to: shop.japancast.net and check it out. We’re just doing pre-orders right now so we know how many to print. Help us grow! Share this post on your favorite social site:
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