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Drexel - LECTURE - 800
MEM 800 Final Project Evaluation Sheet Presenter's name:Presentation (30% in total) Overall clarity and delivery (5%) Project was well motivated (5%) Web page quality (5%) Parts list, vendors, instructions (5%) Code well documented and explained (5
Moravian - PDFS - 200730
Latin 110 Fall 2007James Tyler (Home: 610/866-8391) Office & Office Hours: TBA E-mail: jim-tyler@fast.net SYLLABUSI. Texts (Required) Harry L. Levy. A Latin Reader for Colleges. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (Recommended) J. Humphreys. Gr
Moravian - PUBLIC - 200730
Latin 110 Fall 2007James Tyler (Home: 610/866-8391) Office & Office Hours: TBA E-mail: jim-tyler@fast.net SYLLABUSI. Texts (Required) Harry L. Levy. A Latin Reader for Colleges. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (Recommended) J. Humphreys. Gr
Moravian - PDFS - 200670
Psychology 212C: Experimental Methods and Data Analysis II Spring 2007Instructor: Dr. Sarah Johnson Phone: 610-625-7013 Office: 224 PPHAC Office Hours: T 1-2pm; W 1-3pm, F 10-12pm When: T/R 9:10-11:10am Where: 113 PPHAC Website: http:/blackboard.mor
Moravian - PUBLIC - 200670
Psychology 212C: Experimental Methods and Data Analysis II Spring 2007Instructor: Dr. Sarah Johnson Phone: 610-625-7013 Office: 224 PPHAC Office Hours: T 1-2pm; W 1-3pm, F 10-12pm When: T/R 9:10-11:10am Where: 113 PPHAC Website: http:/blackboard.mor
Caltech - MATH - 120
MATH 120C, PROBLEM SET 3Due Wednesday, April 22. Let K be a field of positive characteristic p. Prove that (1) if K is finite then K is perfect. (2) if E/K is an algebraic extension and K is perfect then E is perfect. Let K/k be the splitting fie
Caltech - MA - 108
Classical Analysis - Math 108b Midterm due 5 pm Tuesday, February 7, 2006 (no other time limits). 1. Show that if f, g R[a, b], then max(f, g) and min(f, g) are integrable on [a, b], andb b bmax(f (x), g(x) maxa b af (x)dx,a bg(x)dxband
Caltech - MATH - 120
MATH 120C, PROBLEM SET 1Due Wednesday, April 16. (1) (2) (3) (4) Read Lang, Section V, 5. Do Problems 14, 16, 18 and 24 in Lang, Section V. Prove that if E/F is separable then its normal closure E/F is also separable. 2 Let F be a finite field wit
Texas A&M - OCEN - 683
Texas A&M - OCEN - 672
Introduction to Coastal EngineeringOCEN 672 Billy EdgeADVANCES IN BEACH EROSION CONTROL OVER 25 YEARSBilly L. EdgeBeach BuildingTexas A&M University3Evolution of DesignSand only phase Groins, revetments and seawallsSand plus structur
Texas A&M - OCEN - 674
Port of AnchorageDolphinPipe Piles & Car Unloader25 Yard Clamshell
Caltech - PH - 106
Physics 106c: Electrodynamics Problem Set 3Due: 4pm Friday, April 24, 2009Remember: Late homework will be granted 50% credit up to one week late, unless you have a note from the Dean or a health official. Reading: Griffiths Chapter 7 and 9. Problem
Carnegie Mellon - ECE - 732
18732: Secure Software SystemsTrusted Computing Systems Part 2Jonathan McCune CMU Fall 2008Outline Review of last time TPM capabilities Static Root of Trust for measurement Remote Attestation Introduce Dynamic Root of Trust Trusted Computi
Utah - M - 5010
Final Mathematics 5010, Section 1, Fall 2004 Instructor: D.A. LevinNameYOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO RECEIVE CREDIT. A CORRECT ANSWER WITHOUT SHOWING YOUR REASONING WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT.Problem 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Points Possible 10 10 10 10 10
Utah - M - 5010
Test 2 Mathematics 5010, Section 1, Fall 2004 Instructor: D.A. LevinName YOU MUST SHOW YOUR WORK TO RECEIVE CREDIT. A CORRECT ANSWER WITHOUT SHOWING YOUR REASONING WILL NOT RECEIVE CREDIT.1Problem 1. Let X have a Gamma(, ) distribution. That is
Contra Costa College - COEN - 311
Utah - CS - 7810
Lecture 1: Introduction Course organization: 13 lectures on parallel architectures ~5 lectures on cache coherence, consistency ~3 lectures on TM ~2 lectures on interconnection networks ~2 lectures on large cache hierarchies ~1 lecture on parallel al
Utah - CS - 5780
CS/ECE 5780/6780: Embedded System DesignJohn RegehrLecture 16: SCI Register Configuration and RitualSCI Register Information & TerminologyThe information in this lecture is found:Textbook pages 346-9. Chapter 13 of the MC9S12C Family Reference
BYU - CS - 652
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BYU - CS - 652
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BYU - CS - 652
Visual Web Information Extraction with LixtoRobert BaumgartnerDBAI, TU Wien Favoritenstr. 9 1040 Vienna Austria baumgart@dbai.tuwien.ac.atSergio FlescaDEIS, Universit` della Calabria a Via Pietro Bucci, 41C-42C 87030 Rende (CS) Italy flesca@deis
Carnegie Mellon - TR - 858
Covariance Tapering for Likelihood Based Estimation in Large Spatial DatasetsCari Kaufman, Mark Schervish, and Douglas NychkaCari Kaufman is Postdoctoral Researcher, Geophysical Statistics Project, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder
Carnegie Mellon - TR - 822
Spatial Modelling Using a New Class of Nonstationary Covariance FunctionsChristopher J. Paciorek and Mark J. Schervish 13th June 2005Abstract We introduce a new class of nonstationary covariance functions for spatial modelling. Nonstationary covar
Carnegie Mellon - TR - 793
December 28, 2003MCMC Strategies for Computing Bayesian Predictive Densities for Censored Multivariate DataJ.R. Lockwood and Mark J. SchervishTraditional criteria for comparing alternative Bayesian hierarchical models, such as cross validation s
BYU - CS - 652
Ontology Learning for the Semantic WebAlexander Maedche and Steffen Staab Institute AIFB, D-76128 Karlsruhe, Germany http:/www.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/WBS and Ontoprise GmbH, Haid-und-Neu-Strasse 7, 76131 Karlsruhe, Germany http:/www.ontoprise.com Wor
BYU - CS - 652
IST Project IST-1999-10132 On-To-Knowledge On-To-Knowledge: Content-driven Knowledge management Tools through Evolving OntologiesDel 6: CORPORUM-OntoExtractOntology Extraction ToolRobert Engels, CognIT a.sIdentifier Class Version Version date
BYU - CS - 652
Automatic Direct and Indirect Schema Mapping: Experiences and Lessons LearnedBrigham Young UniversityDavid W. EmbleyUniversity of Arizona SouthLi XuBrigham Young UniversityYihong Dingembley@cs.byu.edulxu@email.arizona.eduding@cs.byu.
BYU - CS - 652
Automating Schema MatchingDavid W. Embley, Cui Tao, Li Xu Brigham Young UniversityBYU Data Extraction GroupFunded by NSFInformation ExchangeSource TargetInformation ExtractionLeverage this .. to do thisSchema MatchingBYU Data Extracti
BYU - CS - 652
PROMPT: Algorithm and Tool for Automated Ontology Merging and AlignmentNatalya Fridman Noy and Mark A. MusenStanford Medical Informatics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305-5479 {noy, musen}@smi.stanford.edu AbstractResearchers in the ontolog
Utah - MATH - 3150
IIo[,.ttetr+^4i.lterm #z Mathematics 3150 2, Summer 2006 Department Mathemaiics, of Universityof Urah June 26, 2006Student ID Number:This is a closed-book, clGed nor6 exadination_ This exam besins at ll:00 a n. and ends ai 12:00 E.n sharD. Th6
Utah - MATH - 3150
On Sines and Cosines Math 3150Summer 2006Davar Khoshnevisan Department of Mathematics, The University of Utah 155 S. 1400 E. Salt Lake City, UT 841120090 May 20, 20061Trigonometry via Complex NumbersThe right denition of sin and cos is as foll