
In this lecture we look at operator splitting and the method of fractional steps which can be used to solve 2 and 3D problems with 1D schemes.
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February 16th, 2021


A lecture introducing numerical methods for hyperbolic PDEs
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February 8th, 2021


JeanSimon Lemay (University of Oxford): The Theory of Differential Categories The theory of differential categories uses category theory to study the foundations of differentiation. Differential…
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December 9th, 2020


LMS Introduction to Integrability Lecture SeriesThis is a lecture course of 5 lectures which gives samples of main types of integrable systems together with techniques for dealing with them.…
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November 12th, 2020


This lecture series ‘category theory and its applications’ is linked to the LMS funded Yorshire and Midlands Category Seminar (YaMCATS) network.This lecture series consists of two topics…
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November 11th, 2020


In this video, the question of finding the lower bound on the performance of all estimators for a particular
probabilistic problem, as a benchmark with which to compare the
performance of a given…
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October 23rd, 2020


Thursday 22 October Speaker: Tamás Görbe, (University of Leeds)Title: Classical integrability for finitedimensional Hamiltonian systems.
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October 22nd, 2020


To readers familiar with Signal and System analysis in Engineering, it
will be second nature to apply the Fourier and Laplace transforms as a
powerful tool for mapping functions from one domain to…
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September 30th, 2020


We look at how to break a second order ode into two couple first order ODEs so that these can be integrated using scipy's solve_ivp function.
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Training an ANN
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Eigenvector = direction of maximum variance
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Mean Absolute Error (MAE)
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