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A Homotopy Theoretic Analogue to Wall's Theorem - Sebastian Chenery

Classifying spaces in homotopy theory: in honour of Ran Levi's 60th BirthdaySebastian Chenery, University of Southampton

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Beyond $\log n/\log\log n$ Iterations: Non-Asymptomatic Analysis for Approximate Message Passing - Yuting Wei

Structural Breaks and Shape Constraints Beyond $\log n/\log\log n$ Iterations: Non-Asymptomatic Analysis for Approximate Message Passing Yuting Wei (University of Pennsylvania) 19 May 2022

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The Central Limit Theorem

Discrete Mathematics and Probability 2021/22 Week 11 Part 2 The Central Limit Theorem

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Indira Chatterji (Université Côte d'Azur) - The first ell-two Betti number and groups acting on trees

The subtitles/captions on this talk are being edited. They will be available within 2 weeks of the talk being published. Indira Chatterji (Université Côte d'Azur) The first…

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BMC BAMC 2021 Daniela Kuhn

6-9 April 2021, BMC BAMC 2021 This talk was a BMC morning lecture by Daniela Kuhn (University of Birmingham) Titled: A Proof of the Erdos-Faber-Lovasz Conjecture This recording is subtitled. If…

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10 March 2021 Jiuzu Hong - Nilpotent varieties in symmetric spaces and twisted affine Schubert varieties

The subtitles/captions on this talk are being edited. They will be available within 2 weeks of the talk being published. 10 March 2021Jiuzu Hong - Nilpotent varieties in symmetric spaces and…

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12.a

The first video of the Inf2d lecture on Inference in First-Order Logic.

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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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Optional Topic 24: Developing the Complex Fourier Series (SNADA, Chapter 5)

This Topic provides a derivation of the Complex Fourier series, given the Trigonometric Fourier series and the concept of complex phasors. This further topic is there for students interested in…

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4.b

The second video of the Inf2D lecture on Informed Search Algorithms.

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FDS-S1-11-2-5 Interpretation of confidence intervals

We'll consider two aspects of the interpretation of confidence intervals

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FDS-S1-11-2-3 Estimating the confidence interval of means of large samples

We'll derive confidence intervals for the mean of large samples, when we can assume the sampling distribution of the mean is normal.

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FDS-S1-11-1-3 Standard error

We introduce the standard error of an estimator and, in particular, the standard error of the mean.

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Counting monster potentials - Davide Masoero

VISS online seminar series Counting monster potentials Davide Masoero (Lisbon) 9 December 2020 An automated programme is used to generate the subtitles on this talk. You can remove the subtitles by…

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December 02 Eleonore Faber - McKay quivers and the McKay correspondence for some complex reflection groups

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Topic 64: Wide-sense periodic, wide-sense cyclo-stationary, and quasi-stationary processes (PETARS, Chapter 8)

This video considers a wider class of nonstationary processes that share some similarities with wide-sense periodic processes. Such nonstationary processes occur in systems where, for example,…

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