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L15MATH168

Discussion of simplex method with respect to convergence, degeneracy of pivots, pivot rules, and optimality. Improvement of theorems in previous lectures so now we can guarantee that the simplex…

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MATH168L12

Simplex method computations with a discussion of dictionaries and corresponding solutions.

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HDE 131, Spring 2023, Lecture 1.4 , Part 2

HDE 131, Spring 2023, Lecture 1.4 - Research Methods Part 2 of Lecture 1.4

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 12 (6R): Induction and Recursion 1

Lecture 2022-02-10. The language of number theory, and the Peano axioms for it. The last axiom: the principle of mathematical induction. Different forms of it. Using induction for establishing…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 5 (3T): Proofs

Online lecture from 1/19/2022. Sundry proofs, chosen to illustrate recurring ideas and themes. I had prepared 11 examples, and we got through 8 of them. Also included some general comments on…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 4 (2R): Logic 3

Building a circuit for adding two 64-bit values. Tautologies. A formal system for proving theorem. The completeness and soundness theorems for sentential logic. Adding quantifier: first-order…

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2021-12-03: Cutgeneratingfunctionology

Videos and all other materials are copyright 2021 Matthias Köppe and shared as Open Educational Resources subject to the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)…

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ECS 120 5b:2 proof of non-regularity using closure properties

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ECS 120 5b:1 examples of using the Myhill-Nerode Theorem

I forgot to write on this slide that this is Section 7.7 in the lecture notes.

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ECS 153, Spring 2021; Lecture #11; April 21, 2021

ECS 153 Spring 2021. Computer Security. This finishes the discussion of security policies. The video begins at 10:28 from the beginning.

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ECS 289A Lecture 7a

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ECS 289A Lecture 6b

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ECS 220 9b:8.5 Immerman-Szelepcsényi Theorem NSPACE(s(n)) = coNSPACE(s(n)) for s(n) ≥ log(n)

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ECS 220 9a:1-8.6 IP=PSPACE (no proof)

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ECS 220 6c:7.2-4 Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem (consistency)

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ECS 220 6c:7.2-3 Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem (soundness)

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