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Week 4 c) - MMD

This is the third in a series of three recorded lectures considering the graphical origins of the p-value and the corresponding different approaches to performing one- and two-tailed tests.

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Spatial Extremes : Emilie Chautru

This talk has been automatically captioned. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Emilie Chautru Talk Title: Continuous simulation of storm processes Abstract:…

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Time Series: Yizao Wang

This talk has been automatically captioned. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. Name: Yizao Wang Talk Title: Long-range clustering for extremes Abstract: In this talk…

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Bayesian Extremes: Karla Vianey Ramirez

This talk has been automatically captioned. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar.Name: Karla Vianey Ramirez Talk Title: Bayesian semiparametric modeling of jointly…

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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 34: Fourier Transform Properties: Scale-in-time and Shift-in-time (SNADA, Chapter 6)

This Topic considers two time-domain Fourier transform properties, namely how the spectrum is effected is a signal is scaled-in-time or shifted-in-time. The scale-in-time theorem is important as…

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Tutorial: Week3

Tutorial session on the 27th of January 2021

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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 18: Measuring the size of a signal (and introduction to signal norms) (SNADA, Chapter 4)

This Topic considers the question of how to measure how big a signal is! This has applications from the simplest speech detection or voice activity detector, through to measuring the size of a…

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Total Field Magnetic Anomalies

Introduction to Geophysics: Total Field Magnetic Anomalies

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Tuberculosis in Wildlife of Nepal

Hokkaido Conference

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MLP Lecture 05 - Clip 06 - RMSProp

Machine Learning Practical (MLP) Lecture 05, Clip 06 / 07.

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Using %timeit to time the speed of a function

When we develop code, the only bits we need to speed up are the slowest steps. This video shows how to time the performace of different functions.

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Logistic Regression

Logistic Regression

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