1. Computer Science I COP 3502 with Bucky 4/23


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    • TechPowerTalk


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      Negar Mottahedeh, Steve Daniel, Steve Song, Owen Astrachan, Leila Mouri, Ian Clarke and a gaggle of Duke University students discuss the design of the Internet and what potential novelty that has enabled in activism and human activity generally.

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      • FOCS Lecture 2 : Introducing OCaml


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        Foundations of CS part I University of Birmingham 2012-2013

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        • FOCS Lecture 7 : Number representations (continued)


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          Foundations of CS part I University of Birmingham 2012-2013

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          • Gary Stager Discusses 1:1 Computing with the Omar Dengo Foundation


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            In early June 2011, Dr. Gary Stager met with the leaders of Costa Rica's amazing Omar Dengo Foundation at the University of Costa Rica to discuss the future of 1:1 computing in Costa Rica.

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            • Dana Scott: VSL Opening & Christos Papadimitriou: VSL Keynote Talk "Computational Ideas and the Theory of Evolution"


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              01:35 Sabine Seidler – Welcome Address by the Rector 07:16 Matthias Baaz, Thomas Eiter and Helmut Veith – Welcome Address by the Organizers 14:16 Dana Scott – VSL Opening Talk 40:45 Christos Papadimitriou – VSL Keynote Talk: Computational Ideas and the Theory of Evolution Abstract: Covertly computational insights have influenced the Theory of Evolution from the very start. I shall discuss recent work on some central problems in Evolution that was inspired and informed by computational ideas. Considerations about the performance of genetic algorithms led to a novel theory of the role of sex in Evolution based on the concept of mixability, the population genetic equations describing the evolution of a species can be reinterpreted as a repeated game between genes played through the multiplicative update algorithm, while a theorem on satisfiability can shed light on the emergence of complex adaptations.

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              • FOCS Lecture 3 : Lists and recursion


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                Foundations of CS part I University of Birmingham 2012-2013

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                • Training Students in Big Data - Day 2 Discussion


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                  Workshop attendees discuss the topics and issues presented on day two of the workshop. This recording is an excerpt from Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics' workshop: Training Students to Extract Value from Big Data. April 12th, 2014. See the workshop agenda & presentations at nas.edu/bigdata.

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                  • The Git source control system presented by Mohamed Gamal in CAT Scope 11


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                    The slides used in The Git source control system session http://bit.ly/b2eE8L

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