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Robust optimisation: A guide to Deriving Robust Counterparts - Lecture 2 - Aharon Ben-Tal

EUROPT Summer School 2021 Monday 20 August to Wednesday 1 Sept 2021 Robust optimisation: A guide to Deriving Robust Counterparts - Lecture 2 Aharon Ben-Tal (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)…

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Ashot Minasyan: Some Examples of Invariably Generated Groups

Geometric and Asymptotic Group Theory with Applications (GAGTA 14) Workshop (07 - 11 June) Ashot Minasyan, University of Southampton - Some Examples of Invariably Generated Groups 8 June 2021

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South East Mathematical Physics Seminars: Nikolay Gromov (King's College London)

Nikolay Gromov (King's College London) - Correlators in integrable models with Separation of Variables Automatic subtitles have been added to this recording. We are editing the subtitles to…

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Topic 37: Fourier Transform Properties: Parseval's Theorem for non-periodic Signals (Chapter 6)

This Topic revisits measuring the size of a signal, but rather than doing this in the time-domain, it is now considered in the frequency-domain. By considering the natural size of a signal's…

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Topic 33: Fourier Transform Properties: Conjugation, Linearity, Duality (SNADA, Chapter 6)

This Topic introduces the benefits of understanding and using the various properties of the Fourier transform, including simplifying the analysis of signals, as well as conceptual insights that…

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Topic 26: Relationship between Trig and Complex Fourier Coefficients (SNADA, Chapter 5)

This Topic investigates in detail the relationships between the trigonometric Fourier coefficients, and the complex Fourier coefficients. The relationships are demonstrated through the example of…

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Topic 63: Properties of Autocorrelation sequences for WSS processes (PETARS, Chapter 8)

Second-order statistics are fundamental to the definition of wide-sense stationary (WSS) processes, and this video considers the properties that a WSS autocorrelation sequence (ACS) must satisfy.…

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