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Elektrische energieopslag : Een kijk naar de toekomst
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In deze cursus een overzicht van de huidige soorten batterijen en wat in de toekomst de mogelijke uitbreidingen kunnen zijn voor wat betreft elektrische energieopslag.


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6.895 Essential Coding Theory (MIT)
This course introduces the theory of error-correcting codes to computer scientists. This theory, dating back to the works of Shannon and Hamming from the late 40's, overflows with theorems, techniques, and notions of interest to theoretical computer scientists. The course will focus on results of asymptotic and algorithmic significance. Principal topics include: Construction and existence results for error-correcting codes. Limitations on the combinatorial performance of error-correcting codes.
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5.12 Vibrating air column: pitches of notes produced by wind instruments

In a wind instrument, the air column is the primary vibrator. To excite the air column, a musician either blows across it (e.g. flute) or blows down it via a mouthpiece (e.g. trumpet) or reed (e.g. oboe). This supplies energy, which starts the air column vibrating. The air column isn't just forced to vibrate in one single mode; as with the string, it vibrates in a combination of several modes.

To a good approximation, the air column of a flute is cylindrical with two open ends and, as a
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Statistics 250 - Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis

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1.3.3 Reverse turns and loops

In compact globular proteins, a polypeptide often makes a sharp turn called a reverse turn. For instance, these turns often link adjacent strands in antiparallel β pleated sheet (as represented in Figure 12a). Also known as β bends, reverse turns involve four amino acid residues with a hydrogen bond between the C=O group of the f
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Bar Graphs
Students learn that a bar graph is a visual way to display and
compare numerical data (such as the population of different southern
states). The bars of a bar graph are drawn in relation to a horizontal
axis and a vertical axis, and a bar graph can have either vertical or
horizontal bars. Students are then asked to create bar graphs using
given data, and answer questions based on given bar graphs.

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‘Being the Change’: How to Spark a Climate Revolution
A NASA scientist looks at the science and economics of climate change and offers solutions on the societal and personal levels.
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The Legalization Cure for the Heroin Epidemic

A heroin epidemic has been spreading across the United States, expanding enormously for the last several years. With it, the number of people dying has also increased dramatically. While politicians offer failed solutions like “securing the borders,” the real solution is to legalize drugs.

The number of drug overdoses in the US is approaching 50,000 per year. Of that number nearly 20,000 are attributed to legal pain killers, such as Oxycontin. More than 10,000 die of heroin
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6.035 Computer Language Engineering (SMA 5502) (MIT)
6.035 is a course within the department's "Computer Systems and Architecture" concentration. This course analyzes issues associated with the implementation of high-level programming languages. Topics covered include: fundamental concepts, functions, and structures of compilers, basic program optimization techniques, the interaction of theory and practice, and using tools in building software. The course features a multi-person project on design and implementation of a compiler that is
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Regina Moench-Pfanner (GAIN), Spencer Henson and Jennifer Constantine (IDS) are interviewed
Regina Moench-Pfanner (Senior Director of Nutrition Programs at GAIN), Spencer Henson and Jennifer Constantine (IDS) are interviewed on the seminar, 'Developing Markets for Nutritious Staple foods in Low Income Countries: Where Are We Now, Where Are We Heading?', held at IDS on the 7 June 2011 as part the Business and Development Seminar Series.

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5.4 A taste for the grotesque

The grotesque was one aspect of this new aesthetic. The antithesis of the sublime and the beautiful, it was defined by Victor Hugo in his Preface to Cromwell:

In the thinking of the moderns … the grotesque plays a massive role. It is everywhere; on the one hand, it creates the deformed and the horrid; on the other, the comic and the farcical. It brings to religion thousands of original superstitious ideas
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Public Archaeology in China Now
In 2006 Peter Ucko and Wang Tao visited more than ten universities in mainland China, in order to meet staff and students in each Department of Archaeology. We interviewed staff and students to find out about their experiences, expectations and ideas regarding the nature and practice of archaeology. In addition, interviews were held with the several directors of provincial institutes of archaeology. The interviews consisted of semi-structured questioning, and free discussion was encouraged. One
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Olympian Gods of Ancient Greek Mythology
This seven minute video is an excellent overview of the Greek Gods. A list of the gods so that the students could take notes would be of benefit. Summary:

There are 12 gods and goddesses who reside in Mount Olympus, these gods have influenced everything today such as the battle
of Troy. The War God, Ares, is bloodthirsty and loves war. He is ruthless and feared by many. Another god, Hephaestus, was one of the only ugly gods on Mount Olympus. It is said that Zeus, the god

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21L.715 Media in Cultural Context: Popular Readerships (MIT)
What is the history of popular reading in the Western world? How does widespread access to print relate to distinctions between highbrow and lowbrow culture, between good taste and bad judgment, and between men and women readers? This course will introduce students to the broad history of popular reading and to controversies about taste and gender that have characterized its development. Our grounding in historical material will help make sense of our main focus: recent developments in the theor
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5.6 Modernity – challenging tradition

Delacroix also challenged tradition in paintings like Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi (1826) and Liberty Leading the People (1830) (Plates 29 and 30), in which he mixes conventional, classical allegory with realism: the leading women in these paintings are both antique ideal and fleshy reality. (This rejection of traditional boundaries and categories was a hallmark of the Romantic mindset.) Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi commemorates the death in 1824 of Byron at M
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Numbers Part 2
Learn to count by  listening and repeating as numbers are shown.  The numbers go quickly all the way up to 100. (02:53)
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{Suresh 842 } Useful sentences
{Suresh 842 } Useful sentences उपयोगी वाक्य (upyogee vaakya) एक वर्ष में ३६५ दिन होते हैं | ( Ek varsh mein 365 din hotey hain. ) There are 365 days […]

2.6.3 Re-working Hansa's essay

Now we have looked at Philip's and Hansa's essays in such detail, what have we learned? Perhaps the best way to answer that is to write another version of the essay, building on all the things we have discussed. In fact, I have taken the basic content of Hansa's essay, tidied it up and shuffled it about a little to bring out her argument more strongly. (However this is not the only possible way of structuring an argument in answer to this question.) I have also woven in some of Ellis's terms,
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Allport, D.A. (1987) ‘Selection for action: some behavioural and neurophysiological considerations of attention and action’, in Heuer, H. And Sanders, A.F. (eds) Perspectives on Perception and Action, Hillsdale, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Baylis, G.C., Driver, J., Baylis, L. and Rafal, R.D. (1994) ‘Reading of letters and words in a patient with Balint's syndrome’, Neuropsychological, vol.
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