Continuous Random Variables: Practice 1 (modified R. Bloom)
In this module the student will explore the properties of data with a uniform distribution. The original module of practice problems for the Uniform distribution in Collaborative Statistics by Dr. Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean has been modified by removing the problems involving conditional probability.
Author(s): Roberta Bloom

A Laboratory Introduction to DNA Restriction Analysis
This workshop serves as an introduction to laboratory exercises in molecular biology.
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A Handbook for Collecting Releve Data in Minnesota
The exercise describes releve field methods and discusses the multivariate analysis of releve data. The application of releve data to problems of habitat evaluation, forest inventory, and research projects in Minnesota was presented by experts from the Minnesota Natural Heritage Program, the Minnesota County Biological Survey, and the Univ. of Minnesota. All participants received a releve handbook that covered the history of the method, field instructions, data-entry forms, and an overview of a
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A Field Study of the Ant Trail Phenomenon
In this exercise, students place food at various distances from an ant hill or nest. Ants are then observes as they find the bait and lead other ants to it. At the completion of the exercise, students construct a graph which shows the establishment of trails, recruitment of workers, and depletion of the bait.
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The effect of hunger on children and graphing
Following are a series of activities in which students apply various math skills to better understand the problems of world hunger and what steps are being taken to reduce the number of people without enough to eat. This activity examines the effect of hunger on children and the connection with child mortality, which is another MDG Hunger Target: Halve, between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of people who suffer from hunger. Child Mortality Target: Reduce by two-thirds, between 1990 and 2015, the
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Shop Around
Students will learn how tobacco is advertised in different ways throughout their community. Using TIGed Collaborations, students can learn how tobacco is advertised in other parts of the world.
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From Here to There
Piece created in collaboration with Claire Nichols and Campbell Works for the exhibition 'On Trust'(2007).
Author(s): Haegele, Levin,Nichols, Claire

LycÃ©e AmpÃ¨re (13 Marseille)

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Conducting Historical Research: The Case of "Oriental Cairo"
This course guides you through a variety of virtual research projects centered on Douglas Sladen's "Oriental Cairo: City of the 'Arabian Nights'" (1911). It is an introduction to some standard research techniques used by historians as well to using library resources.
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Signals and Systems
This course deals with signals, systems, and transforms, from their theoretical mathematical foundations to practical implementation in circuits and computer algorithms. At the conclusion of ELEC 301, you should have a deep understanding of the mathematics and practical issues of signals in continuous and discrete time, linear time invariant systems, convolution, and Fourier transforms.
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Naive Room Response Deconvolution
ELEC 301 project by William Howison, Chris Lamontagne, Bryce Luna, and David Newell. Given the output of a system and the system characteristics we can determine the input. We will determine the system characteristics of two rooms by playing an (approximate) impulse and recording the impulse response, and then we will play music into the same rooms and record the output. Using MATLAB we will deconvolve the output with the system response to determine a rough approximation of the input.
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Microcontroller and Embedded Systems Laboratory
Basic introduction to microcontroller-based embedded systems development. Includes structured laboratory exercises in the following areas: assembly programming, C language programming, peripheral interfacing, interrupt management, structured programming, task scheduling, simple digital signal processing (DSP), and other related topics. This course assumes no prerequisites and is primarily intended for first and second year engineering students.
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Xilinx University Program: Professor Workshop
Xilinx University Program: Professor Workshop
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Speech Synthesis
This is a course that covers techniques for altering speech or sound in several different ways using signal processing.
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Special Subjects in Music Theory
Meant to follow the Introduction to Music Theory course. For eighth grade and up, some interesting subjects in music theory, with an emphasis on Non-Western music.
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Optics Practicum
A Practical Laboratory for Optics Experiments
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Noisy Learning: Loud but Fun Music Education Activities
The activities in this course are designed for children preschool or elementary school age. Some introduce basic music concepts; others focus on music of a particular culture. All encourage noise and activity, so they make excellent breaks from desk work, but be sure you are not disturbing the class down the hall!
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Musical Travels for Children
A combination social studies and music course for children at elementary school level. Some lessons feature music to learn; others introduce interesting aspects of music in other cultures. Individual lessons can be used in any order or left out.
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labview graphical programming
labview graphical programming
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Iris Recognition
A project by Rice University students done in Fall 2004 for ELEC 301. An investigation of signal processing techniques applied to iris recognition.
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