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MAT 168 Optimization: lecture-2023-02-13

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Dr. Aimone: A Probabilistic Future for Neuromorphic Computing

Abstract: As Moore’s Law comes to a close, new innovative approaches to microelectronics research are important to achieve much needed capabilities improvements in computing for both…

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ECS-235A, October 12, 2022

ECS-235A, Lecture 10, October 12, 2022

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EEC195 Group 9 SLAM Autonomous Vehicle Project

Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) is an algorithm that allows autonomous vehicles to sense and obtain real-time measurements of the surrounding area and analyze these measurements to…

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EEC 195AB, Group 7, Autonomous RC Car

The autonomous RC car presented within the video was collaboratively configured by Joel Montano, Ryan McKenna, and Joshua Nelson. The car was programmed to lane follow, utilizing blob detection on…

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EEC195 Group 2 Autonomous Car

A summarization of the workings of our groups' autonomous lane-following robotic car, with the additional feature of being cross compatible between manual and self-driving mode.

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Low-Loss Three-Dimensional Fan-in/Fan-out Devices for Multi-Core Fiber Integration

Yi-Chun Ling Abstract: We demonstrate a 3D fan-in/fan-out device for multi-core fiber (MCF) integration with a SMF-28 fiber array by using ultrafast laser inscription (ULI). An automatic waveguide…

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ECS20 - W23 - Lecture 19 (10T): Graphs

Lecture of 2022-03-08. Example of graphs. Informal description of isomorphism. Formal definition of isomorphic graphs. Status of deciding GRAPH ISOMORPHISM and of proving that two graphs are…

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PHYEPS30 Lecture 15 (Second Part)

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Lecture 15 (Second Part)

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 15 (8T): Integers and the Pigeonhole Principle

Lecture 2022-02-22. Three statements of the pigeonhole principle (PHP) and quite a few examples of its use. Reviewing some number theory. The Division Theorem. Euclid's algorithm. Finding…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 14 (7R): Induction and Recursion 3

Lecture 2022-02-17. Using the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic to answer questions like how many divisors a number has. Karatsuba multiplication. Writing and solving recurrence relations. Binary…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 13 (7T): Induction and Recursion 2

Lecture 2022-02-15. A proof by strong induction: the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Induction on a definition: boolean formulas have the same number of left and right parentheses. Recursion as a…

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PHYEPS30 Lecture 11 (First Part)

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