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20190710_SCT_David Damrosch

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Diffraction (Part 1)

2017 PARADIM Diffraction part 1 David Muller

From  James Overhiser 129 plays

05 - Forcing & Damping; Resonance; 1 DoF Oscillator Session 5

2013-02-05 16:26:31+00

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04 - Matlab ODE & Harmonic Oscillator cont'd Session 4

2013-01-31 13:31:50+00

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23 - Review of Gram-Schmidt and Orthogonal Transformations Session 23

2009-03-11 09:07:01+00

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34 - Eigenthings continued Session 34

2009-04-13 09:06:26+00

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09 - Linear transformation review the kernel and image Session 9

2009-02-06 09:08:31+00

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12 - Subspace redundancy linear independence and basis Session 12

2009-02-13 09:08:00+00

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35 - Eigenthings continued and diagonalization Session 35

2009-04-15 09:05:32+00

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CAM Colloquium - Mike Todd: Computation, Multiplicity, and Comparative Statics of Cournot Equilibria in Integers

We give an efficient algorithm for computing a Cournot equilibrium when the producers are confined to integers, the inverse demand function is linear, and costs are quadratic. The method also…

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ORIE Colloquium, 2014-04-08 - Cynthia Rudin, Sloan School of Management (MIT): Methods for Interpretable Machine Learning

Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 253 Rhodes Hall Abstract: It is extremely important in many application domains to have transparency in predictive modeling. Domain experts do not tend to prefer "black…

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ORIE Colloquium, 2014-10-21 - James Renegar: Efficient First-Order Methods for Linear (and Semidefinite) Programming

The study of first-order methods has largely dominated research in continuous optimization for the last decade, yet still the range of problems for which optimal first-order methods have been…

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CAM Colloquium, 2013-04-19 - Toby Cubitt: Is physics (NP-) hard?

The behaviour of any physical system is governed by its dynamical equations. Much of physics is concerned with discovering these dynamical equations and understanding their implications. It is…

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CAM Colloquium, 2015-03-20 - Charles K. Smart: The Abelian Sandpile on Periodic Euclidian Graphs

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CAM Colloquium - 2015-9-25: Mark M. Meerschaert - Reflected Stable Levi Motions and their Governing Equations

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CAM Colloquium, 2016-01-29 - David Bindel: Nonlinear Eigenvalue Problems: Theory and Applications

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