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Prof. Hasler: Physical Neuromorphic Computing

Discussion of analog CMOS computation and parallels to biological neurons. Prof. Hasler points out that the exponential voltage controls found in MOS devices can be used to more accurately model…

From  Luis El Srouji on July 27th, 2021 0 likes 10 plays 0  

ECS 153, Spring 2021; Lecture #22; May 17, 2021

ECS 153 Spring 2021. Computer Security. This covers the POODLE attack on SSL and begins authentication. The video begins at 8:16 from the beginning.

From  Matt Bishop on May 19th, 2021 0 likes 29 plays 0  

ECS 120 2a:1 regex introduction

errata: At 5:56, I say "or any string that starts with a 1", but I should have said "or any string that ends with a 1."

From  David Doty on March 20th, 2021 1 likes 134 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #16

This is a recording of the sixteenth lecture, recorded by Zoom

From  Matt Bishop on November 29th, 2020 0 likes 12 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #13

This is a recording of the thirteenth lecture, recorded by Zoom

From  Matt Bishop on November 12th, 2020 0 likes 14 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #12

This is a recording of the twelfth lecture, made by Zoom.

From  Matt Bishop on November 12th, 2020 0 likes 13 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #11

This is a recording of the eleventh lecture, made by Zoom.

From  Matt Bishop on November 6th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #10

This is a recording of the tenth lecture, made by Zoom.

From  Matt Bishop on November 4th, 2020 0 likes 16 plays 0  

MHI 289I, Fall 2020, Lecture #7

This is a recording of the seventh lecture, made by Zoom.

From  Matt Bishop on October 22nd, 2020 0 likes 18 plays 0  

WFC111L Fall 2020: Lecture 1

Introductory lecture for WFC111L. Course structure, grading, and introduction to identifying birds.

From  Robert Blenk on September 30th, 2020 0 likes 29 plays 0  

Talking about writing assignments (UWP 7)

Five entry level writing instructors talk about two writing assignments (one from a college math course and one from a college psychology course) and complete a comparison chart.

From  Tricia Serviss on September 30th, 2020 0 likes 242 plays 0