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From  Ilya Amburg on March 18th, 2021 1 plays

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Zoom Recording ID: 2690923470 UUID: oRRTJATjSt2I/lO4gW5X+A== Meeting Time: 2021-03-17T21:03:23Z

From  Ilya Amburg on March 17th, 2021 2 plays

The Professor and His Student: Arthur Wesley Dow and the Education of Georgia O'Keeffe

Arthur Wesley Dow, accomplished artist, photographer, and writer, also played the role of authoritative art professor. First at the Pratt Institute of Art and then at Teachers College, Columbia…

From  Kenny Berkowitz on February 23rd, 2021 17 plays

Lesson 30.7 Quicksort

The partition algorithm breaks up the list into two kind-of-sorted portions. In this video, we show how to use this fact with divide-and-conquer to implement a new sorting algorithm: quicksort. For…

From  Hannah Lee on December 10th, 2020 9 plays

Lesson 30.6 The Partition algorithm

In the previous video, we saw that nested loops are causing our sorting algorithms to be slow. To speed things up, we need to get rid of one of these loops. To do that, we will need a special…

From  Hannah Lee on December 10th, 2020 8 plays

Lesson 23.5 Mixed-Type Operators

Operator overloading allows us to redefine the meaning of + or * on objects of our class. But sometimes we want to mix together types like a fraction and integer. In this video we show that it is…

From  Hannah Lee on November 8th, 2020 39 plays

Zoom Oct. 22. More Recursion

The divide-and-conquer examples we saw in the previous session were on the easy side. In this session we look at some much more challenging examples.Included in this session is segregate, the most…

From  Hannah Lee on October 27th, 2020 9 plays

Lesson 17.8 Recursion Performance

In this video, we show another reason to pay attention to the division step: performance. In fact, we show an example where a change in how we divide the data can improve performance by several…

From  Hannah Lee on October 19th, 2020 39 plays

Lesson 17.7 The Division Step

Up until now, we have claimed that it does not matter how you divide your date in divide-and-conquer. In this video we show one of the ways in which it might matter. In particular, not thinking about…

From  Hannah Lee on October 19th, 2020 41 plays

Lesson 17.6 Divide and Conquer Visualization

Just because you know how to write a divide-and-conquer algorithm does not mean you understand it. In this video we try to improve our understanding by visualizing divide-and-conquer. When we do this…

From  Hannah Lee on October 19th, 2020 49 plays

CAM Colloquium Talk Jasper Weinburd, Oct 2, 2020

Zoom Recording ID: 95217932087 UUID: QWUMDfecQ3ivOcn6s/c3tw== Meeting Time: 2020-10-02T19:19:00Z

From  Erika Fowler-Decatur on October 5th, 2020 8 plays

IES Hosts: David Ost "Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right"

"Populism, Fascism, and Why So Many Workers Turn from Left to Right" David Ost Professor of Political Science, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Regional Fellow, Institute for European…

From  Pamela Hampton on August 13th, 2020 219 plays

There’s No Place Like Home: Cornell’s Residential Landscapes

Cornell’s longstanding ambivalence about on-campus housing and the logistics of a coeducational population resulted in two dormitory landscapes situated to the north and west of central campus.…

From  Kenny Berkowitz on July 15th, 2020 263 plays