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AML: Exploratory Data Analysis - Data Visualisation

Applied Machine Learning - INFR11211 AML: Exploratory Data Analysis - Data Visualisation Part 1/3

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Twisted homology and homotopy - Jie Wu

Classifying spaces in homotopy theory: in honour of Ran Levi's 60th BirthdayJie Wu, BIMSAThis recording is in the process being subtitled. This typically takes around two weeks.

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2.2.1 Heritage Pressure and Release model

The PAR model seeks to explain how the intersection between the process of generating vulnerability and natural hazards exposures creates and/or exacerbates social vulnerability (Blaikie et al.…

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Kasteleyn theorem, geometric signatures and KP-II divisors on planar bipartite networks in the disk - S Abenda

VISS online seminar series Kasteleyn theorem, geometric signatures and KP-II divisors on planar bipartite networks in the disk Simonetta Abenda, (Bologna, Italy) 24 November 2021 To remove the…

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LEL2A-W9-13

LEL2A: Lecture 9, Week 13.

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Luigi De Rosa - Wednesday 10 November

08 Nov- 12 Nov 2021ICMS hosted the Convex Integration and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations workshopWild Solutions of the Euler Equation with Fractal Singularities Luigi De Rosa (University of…

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Welcome Back Year 3 Civil Engineering Programme 2021

Welcome Back Year 3 Civil Engineering Programme 2021

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Lionel Mason - On the twistor origin of celestial W-infinity symmetry (Celestial Sphere: holography, CFT and amplitudes)

Lionel Mason - On the twistor origin of celestial W-infinity symmetry (Celestial Sphere: holography, CFT and amplitudes)

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Instrument Making

Instruments are beautiful objects that help us to understand our history; they tell stories of technologies and musical trends. Yet, behind every instrument there is a person – the instrument…

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Thinking through Technological Economies: Interview with Jason E. Nguyen

This is a conversation with Assistant Professor Jason E. Nguyen, in which we discuss his evolving work on the architectural history of the early modern Atlantic world. The conversation was recorded…

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Frobenius manifolds mirror symmetry and Gromov-Witten invariants via Chekhov-Eynard-Orantin topological recursion - Karoline van Gemst

VISS online seminar series Karoline van Gemst, Sheffield Frobenius manifolds mirror symmetry and Gromov-Witten invariants via Chekhov-Eynard-Orantin topological recursion 14 July 2021 To remove the…

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The Shaneson-Ranicki splitting is a Bass-Heller-Swan type splitting for Poincare categories - Markus Land

The Shaneson-Ranicki splitting is a Bass-Heller-Swan type splitting for Poincare categories Markus Land (University of Copenhagen) Manifolds and K-theory: the legacy of Andrew Ranicki online workshop…

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The algebraic theory of cobordism Talk 1 - Fabian Hebestreit

The algebraic theory of cobordism - Talk 1 Fabian Hebestreit (University of Bonn) Manifolds and K-theory: the legacy of Andrew Ranicki online workshop 21 - 25 Jun 2021 To remove the captions from…

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Confluent Darboux transformations and new exceptional orthogonal polynomials - Maria Angeles Garcia-Ferrero

VISS online seminar series María Ángeles Garcia-Ferrero (Heidelberg, Germany) Confluent Darboux transformations and new exceptional orthogonal polynomials 26 May 2021 To remove the…

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Hairuo Yang EVA Talk Preview

This talk has captions. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Hairuo Yang Talk Title: Scaling limits of branching random walks and branching stable processes Abstract:…

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Ukulele and Jarana

A short history of how European stringed instruments developed in America and Hawaii.

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