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Cohort Lead Briefing (6 of 6) Sense of Belonging 09.08.23

This is a recoding of a briefing session for Cohort Leads ahead of the 2023/24 academic year. The session has been split into 6 sections for convenience: 1) Introduction to the role of Cohort Lead,…

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Notating Rhythm

Nikki Moran and Tom Butler discuss music notation. Try following along with the example. Pause the video as needed, and notate the rhythm yourself as we go along.

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Musical Time: Some Concepts

Nikki and Tom explain five key musical concepts: beat/pulse, tempo, metre, bar, grouping.

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Lecture 6_Digital Carrier Modulation

Digital Carrier Modulation

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Lecture 5_Digital Baseband Transmission_Line Coding

Lecture 5_Digital Baseband Transmission_Line Coding

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Topic 38: Step and Impulse Functions, and their Relationship (SNADA, Chapter 7)

This Topic starts this Chapter on the theoretical glue that is needed to fully understand Nyquist sampling theory, that follows in the next Chapter. Sampling theory requires the understanding of…

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Topic 35: Fourier Transform Properties: Shift-in-frequency theorem (SNADA, Chapter 6)

In this Topic, the shift-in-frequency theorem is investigated, and its importance in communication theory as well as sampling theory is highlighted. The duality between the shift-in-time and…

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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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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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Optional Topic 31: Mathematical Development of the Fourier Transform from Complex Fourier Series (SNADA, Chapter 6)

In this optional Topic, a mathematical derivation is presented for developing the Fourier transform as the limiting operation of taking the complex Fourier series, and letting the period of the…

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Topic 30: Intuitive Derivation of the Fourier Transform from Complex Fourier Series (SNADA, Chapter 6)

This Topic introduces the Fourier transform as the limiting operation of taking a periodic signal, and sending the period to infinity, so as to represent a non-periodic signal. The Topic…

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PLEASE NOTE: The video captions have been auto generated Student name: RAHMAN,Ahmed Ehsanur Presentation title: Feasibility of introducing pulse oximetry in routine IMCI services in rural…

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One Click At A Time: Photon- And Electron-Level Modeling For Improved Imaging, Vivek Goyal, University of Boston

Academic Keynote Speaker, One Click At A Time: Photon- And Electron-Level Modeling For Improved Imaging, Vivek Goyal, University of Boston

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Femtosecond Pulse Pair Excitation: ChemPhys@Edinburgh

Video prepared by Chemical Physics Undergraduates at Edinburgh University 2019 Daniel Dewar, Jonas Virsilas, Tiffany Walmsley

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Probability - Introduction

Probability - Introduction

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