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ECS 120 0:3.5 equivalence relations (discrete math review)

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mat180-2022-02-28

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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 9 (5T): Relations and Functions 1

ECS-020 Lecture 2022-02-01. Reviewing definitions. Equivalence relations and the idea that they induce partitions. Three ways of conceptualizing integers mod n. Functions. Computing functions that…

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ECS20 - W22 - Lecture 8 (4R): Sets 3

Review of strings and languages. Closing a set of languages using some operators. Regular languages. Examples. BYTE, WORD32, and WORD64 as languages computers "like", and how we…

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mat180-2022-01-21

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ECS 235B Winter Quarter 2022, Lecture 7

Lecture 7, on January 19, 2022 of ECS 235B, Foundations of Computer and Information Security

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2021-11-22: Gomory–Johnson cutting-plane theory

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 5a:4 statement of Myhill-Nerode Theorem

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ECS 235A Fall Quarter 2021, Lecture 4, September 29, 2021

This is the video of the third lecture. It's crude as I made it from my laptop, as the room has no video recording. Just like before..

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ECS 153, Spring 2021; Discussion Section #4; April 28, 2021

ECS 153 Spring 2021. Computer Security. This is the first discussion section of the week of April 28. The video begins at 5:43 from the beginning.

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #7; January 20, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers lattices and the lattice presentation of the Bell-LaPadula model The class starts at 8:48 into the video.

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Section 2.1 #38 (modified) - Insulin Injection

Modeling drug concentration Finding recurrence relations Fixed points of sequences

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