Error Control Coding
We will explore the theoretical and historical motivation behind modern error control coding, particularly algebraic block coding. Linear codes, both block and convolutional, will be introduced, followed by a description of the algebraic tools necessary to describe and implement Reed-Solomon codes. Modern algebraic concepts including Galois fields will be presented, along with circuit implementations. Also, convolutional codes and trellis-coded modulation will be covered, along with the Viterbi
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Information Theory
Information theory explores the fundamental limits of the representation and transmission of information. We will focus on the definition and implications of (information) entropy, the source coding theorem, and the channel coding theorem. These concepts provide a vital background for researchers in the areas of data compression, signal processing, controls, and pattern recognition.
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Las misiones españolas: Una introducción
AnaMaria Seglie
Este módulo da una introducción a las implicaciones religiosas y políticas de las misiones católicas en la América española.

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Tutorial Letter: General Information - Module One
In this module we will introduce you to concepts such as food security, food insecurity, nutrition security, livelihood security, food policies and programmes and the role of stakeholders and facilitators. You will gain the knowledge and skills required to gather information on many different levels, from the macro to the micro level. You will also, in time, become equipped to analyse community and household needs, understand the implications of policies and strategies for communities and househ
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Changes in Ecosystems - by StudyJams
Ecosystems are constantly going through gradual changes.  Sometimes those changes are natural, and sometimes they are caused by humans.  Learn more about changes in an ecosystem with this cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz is also included with this link.
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Obtaining SNPs from UCSC Table Browser
A quick tip of the week on how to obtain a list of SNPs and data for a gene of interest quickly from the UCSC Table Browser
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Record of Time
Enter the exciting world of dating ... fossil dating, that is. From Record of Time by anthropologist Dennis O'Neil.
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Exploring Texture from a Set Work: Mozart
A lesson plan aimed at all levels. Students are required to listen to a specific extract from a set work with which they are already familiar and select an appropriate diagram which graphically represents the accompaniment at various points.
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Hurricane Keith from TRMM: October 2, 2000 (3 Surfaces)
Hurricane Keith with three rain level isosurfaces (yellow=0.5 inches-hour, green=1.0 inches-hour and 2.0 inches-hour)
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Two Versions of Gravity: Newton and Einstein
Students explore the differences between Einstein and Newtonian gravity through an information exchange. Grades 11-12
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The Dynamic Perception of Digitally Created Abstract Urban Space
Sigmund Freud in his book has used a City as a Metaphor of human Psyche. According to him City is not only images of the forms given us in the process of perception but all invisible and nowadays not existing forms (buildings) too. This way of representing historical sequences is possible thanks to ability of our mind to parallel consideration of different spatial meanings. Aldo Rossi called it - ?analogous City? ? a city which includes the existing buildings, buildings which was existed in the
Author(s): Asanowicz, Aleksander; Katarzyna Asanowicz

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Caryn Saxon - Academic Spotlight
Caryn Saxon is the coordinator for the Networks for Girls program in Missouri State University's Center for Dispute Resolution, and a student in the criminology program. She was selected to conduct listening research through the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and the Center for Girls and Young Women at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. These listening sessions will identify priorities for the recently established National Girls Institute. The institute is
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Scientific Methods - by StudyJams
Scientists are always working to better understand the world.  They use the scientific method to help.  The scientific method includes making observations, developing hypotheses, designing experiements, collecting data, and then drawing conclusions.  Learn more about the scientific method with the cartoon animation from StudyJams.  A short, self-checking quiz and song are also provided on this link. 
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Time Differences in Different Time Zones
The instructor uses computer software to demonstrate how to determine elapsed times. This one is more complicated than 'Time Differences, Part 1', as Mr. Khan focuses on elpased time across different time zones. The sreen is dark; the viewer may wish to open the screen to ful screen to see clearly. (08:59)
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An Inspirational Teacher Quote Presentation
Teachers and students! Please watch this presentation the next time you need some inspiration! A thank you for all that you do! This seven minute video contains inspirational quotes from famous people. It is meant for teachers, but is applicable to anyone, including students.
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Professor Hanna Yablonka - Choosing to Go Forward
Professor Hanna Yablonka - Historian, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel: After the Shoah- Choosing to Go Forward The 6th International Conference on Holocaust Education Teaching the Shoah -- Fighting the Racism and Prejudice Day 3 -- Thursday, July 10, 2008 Building a Better World -- The Legacy of the Survivors and Celebrating Israel in its 60th Year http://www1.yadvashem.org/yv/en/education/conference/2008/index.asp
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Nassim Taleb on Living with Black Swans
Nassim Taleb is a literary essayist, hedge fund manager, derivatives trader and professor of risk engineering at The Polytechnic Institute of New York University. But he is best known these days as the author of The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable. During a recent visit to Wharton as part of The Goldstone Forum, he spoke with Wharton finance professor Richard Herring -- who taught Taleb when he was a Wharton MBA student -- about events in the Middle East, the oil supply, investin
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Faculty Advising Session: Business / Antitrust/Corporate/Tax Law
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