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Modulation Overview
Download Berklee Online's free Music Production Handbook: http://bit.ly/13hxm0d Learn more about Loudon's Composing and Producing Electronic Music online course: http://bit.ly/15PZXsh This video gives a broad overview of synthesis and the function of modulation within synthesis. When modulation is assigned in a synth or sampler the user must define the modulation source, destination, amount, and direction.
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Tasting menu: October 2nd 2015 edition
This week: North Korea’s ruling party turns 70, Swaziland’s king goes on a lavish spending spree and a philosophical baseball player lays down his bat
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4.15.1 Ontologies

We noted earlier that, in philosophy, an ontology refers fundamentally to ‘being’, or ‘what can be’. In the field of artificial intelligence the term ‘ontology’ has been appropriated to mean a ‘reusable terminological scheme’ or, if you prefer, a ‘conceptualisation’: a scheme for providing a rigorous description of the concepts, attributes and interrelationships deemed relevant to describe a particular aspect of the world. Its precision means that it can serve as an agreed
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Introduction

This unit is from our archive and it is an adapted extract from Topics in the history of mathematics (MA290) which is no longer in presentation. If you wish to study formally at The Open University, you may wish to explore the courses we offer in this curriculum area.

This unit looks at Babylonian mathema
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6.1 Introduction

The previous sections in this course include many terms which may have been unfamiliar to you: for example, atom, element, compound, molecule and bond. Chemistry has a language all of its own and grasping the terminology can be as much of a problem as understanding the chemistry itself. In Section 6, you will consider the language of chemistry before returning to the examination of bonding.


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An Example of a Chemical Reaction: Making a Bouncing Ball
Watch this video to learn to make a rubbery bouncing ball out of pudding mix, glue, borax, water, and food coloring.  This is an example of a chemical reaction due to the reaction of the glue/pudding mix with borax.  The experiment is shown/explained step-by-step, and the video concludes with an explanation of the reaction that occurred.
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Factoring Trinomials
Illustrates the steps for factoring a trinomial through writing on basic text slides. Many examples given. Although not very exciting, it would make a good tutorial for a student who is struggling with homework. Grades 8-12. 29:27 min.
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EN-4. Microbial biodiversity changes caused by human activity (Vidéo)

Bernard Swynghedauw talks about the microbial biodiversity. He first defines it, then he highlights the changes which affect it, related to the human activities. He also brings us data regarding the consequences on the climate change of those microbial dynamics.


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Why Oil Markets Are Changing
Summertime gasoline price increases are normal, but today's oil markets are undergoing fundamental change, according to experts.
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Activity 37

Towards a Sustainable Inter-Institutional Collaborative Framework for Open Educational Resources

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Despite the potential benefits of a collaborative approach to OER production, sharing and distribution, little research has been directed to it. Furthermore, collaboration is not a panacea to the complex OER agenda, which is not limited to int
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The Beginning of Earth History
Earth formed over 4.5 billion years ago with its initial condition greatly affected by the trauma of giant impacts. In this lecture, Professor David Stevenson discusses how this trauma affects the similarities and differences between Earth and Moon, the core, possible initial layering of the mantle and the conditions for the early evolution, including timing for the origin of life. This lecture was presented by The Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU College of Science.
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Gerard Butler on 'political' Coriolanus
Jan. 5 - Gerard Butler talks about how Ralph Fiennes' modern take on Shakespeare's political drama Coriolanus is very relevant and fresh today. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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1.2.1 The human genome: chromosomes and genes

Almost all of the different types of cell in an individual contain the same genetic material in the chromosomes, as a consequence of mitosis. You had a glimpse of the appearance of the 46 human chromosomes in Figure 1.1, and in this course we examine their size, shape and genetic composition.

Chromosomes can be regarded as strings of genes arranged along their length, rather like beads on a thread. Each gene consists of a short section of the DNA that runs the full length of each chromo
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The Down Quark
This video presents a visual representation of the 'Down Quark'.  The down quark is a fundamental particle, and can change from a down quark to an up quark.  Find out what a down quark is in this informative video. (01:39)
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Activity 5

Round a measurement of 1.059 metres:

  • (a) to the nearest whole number of metres;

  • (b) to two decimal places;

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5.5.1 Monitors

Nearly all computers are supplied complete with a monitor which opens a window onto the machine's digital world. Without one we could have little idea about what the computer was doing, or even whether it was working at all.

There are two main types of monitor: the CRT (cathode ray tube) and LCD (liquid crystal display). A CRT monitor looks like a television screen, and works in a similar way to a TV or a scanner. A beam of electrons is fired from a gun at the back of the
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6 Promoting science promotion: the move from deficit to dialogue

This course has tried to distinguish between institutional science outreach events and independent alternatives by recognising some of their characteristics and evaluating the extent to which they fulfil (and even create) a political mandate for PEST (Public Engagement in Science and Technology). Although institutional events sometimes involve the deficit style of ‘top-down’ transmission of facts, the examples provided in this course suggest that they are increasingly imaginative and unus
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NATO meets to strengthen forces in eastern Ukraine
As casualties rise in eastern Ukraine, NATO defence ministers meet to sign off on a network of command centres in eastern Europe to rapidly reinforce the region in the event of any threat from Russia. Jillian Kitchener reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics inc
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