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2021 CNF Virtual Annual Meeting, Video 4; Yebin Liu, CNF User

2021 CNF Virtual Annual Meeting, Video 4; Yebin Liu, Physics, Syracuse University (CNF PI Plourde); "Fabrication and Characterization of Topologically Protected Superconducting Qubits"

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LECTURE

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LECTURE

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LECTURE

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Lecture 1: Introduction to course, simple harmonic motion

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MAE 4730/5730 Lecture

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Lesson 12.4 Functions in Memory

We know what happens when we call a function. But as we show in this video, Python also does something very important when we define a function. It has to store the definition somewhere.

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Lesson 12.3 Modules in Memory

When we say that everything is an object, we include modules as well. In this video we show exactly what happens when you import a module.

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Lesson 4.3 Module Structure

In this video we take a closer look at module files. We show what types of things we can put into a module file, and what their purpose is. In addition, after this video should have a better idea of…

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Lesson 3.5 Advanced Import Statements (OPTIONAL)

This is a completely optional video for people who are interested in all of the different ways that you can import a module in Python. However, it is a tad advanced for a beginning programmer. If you…

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Lesson 3.3 Module-Based Functions

Python has very few functions built-in. All other functions are provided by modules, special files that add optional functionality to Python. In this video we show how to use these modules to…

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