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07 Vaibhav Sharma

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Leveraging Physical Interactions to Enable Robotic Assistive Care

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LECTURE

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LECTURE

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3.5.21 Shuran Song, Columbia University

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SOIL Seminar: Julia Language on WebAssembly: Our Wish List and Experience So Far

Title: Julia Language on WebAssembly: Our Wish List and Experience So Far Speaker: Jeff Bezanson—Julia Computing Summary: Last year a proof-of-concept WASM port of the Julia run-time was…

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MAE 4730/5730 Lecture

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Lesson 27.2 Animation Frames

The while-loop that drives the game is hidden. This is going to create some interest challenges, particularly when you need variables that carry over from animation frame to animation frame. In this…

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Lesson 27.1 The Application Loop

In order to understand the classes that you will use in the final assignment, you first need to understand how a game application works. In this video we lay out the big picture. We talk about the…

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MAE 4730/5730 Lecture

Zoom Recording ID: 95137020859 UUID: H9NFuYkxTH2woD6dmIdYZA== Meeting Time: 2020-11-18T15:07:48Z

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Lesson23.4 The is Operator

As we saw in the previous video, we cannot trust == if we need to test if two variables refer to the same object folder. In this video we show an alternative operator is, which is safe to use because…

From  Hannah Lee 43 plays

Lesson 23.3 Object Equality

Previously when we compared objects, we compared them attribute-by-attribute. That is because the meaning of == on objects is less clear. As we show in this video, that is because equality (and the…

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Lesson 20.8 The None Value

We have seen the None value used in several previous videos. But in this video we finally introduce it formally. In particular, we show why it is so commonly used in object initialization.

From  Hannah Lee 61 plays

Lesson 20.2 Class Visualization

Now that you know how to define a class, you need to understand how Python processes the definition. In this video, we see that Python handles it in much the same way, that it does function…

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Lesson 20.1 Class Definitions

In this video we show you the basic format of a class definition. However, classes can contain a lot of features, so our classes will be very simple for this demonstration.

From  Hannah Lee 77 plays

Lesson 19.3 Dictionary Visualization

Since dictionaries are mutable, we must represent them with folders. In this video we show what these folders must look like. In doing so, we see that they look suspiciously similar to other folders…

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