STATS 237: Theory of Investment Portfolios and
Derivative Securities
Summer 2015
Assignment 1 (Due July 7, 2015)
Instructions.
This assignment can be done individually or in a team of two.
Please attach relevant R code and provide any output and/or plot
CS103
Fall 2012
Handout 13
May 4, 2012
Problem Set 5
This fifth problem set explores the regular languages, their properties, and their limits. This will
be your first foray into computability theory, and I hope you find it fun and exciting!
Start this pr
Lecture 2: Classication, Clustering
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Classication problem
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Lecture 1:
Course logistics,
Supervised vs. Unsupervised learning,
Bias-Variance tradeo
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Syllabus
Videos: Every lecture will be recorded by SCPD.
Email policy: Please use the stats202 google group for
Administrative
- A2 is out. It was late 2 days so due date
will be shifted by ~2 days.
- we updated the project page with many
pointers to datasets.
Fei-Fei Li & Andrej Karpathy
Lecture 6 - 1
21 Jan 2015
Fei-Fei Li & Andrej Karpathy
Lecture 6 - 2
21 Jan 2
This Business of Brewing:
Caffe in Practice
caffe.berkeleyvision.org
Evan Shelhamer
from the tutorial by
Evan Shelhamer, Jeff Donahue,
Yangqing Jia, and Ross Girshick
github.com/BVLC/caffe
Deep Learning, as it is executed.
What should a framework handle?
Announcements
Design Example
HW 0 due today
Lab 0 due today
By now, you denitely need Lab Kits and the
Textbook
Ofce Hours : See Coursework
Time to start thinking about teams
Suppose we want to design a useful
multipole lter . What are the
challenges
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Summer 2015 STATS 237
Theory of Investment Portfolios and Derivative Securities
Lecture 1
June 23, 2015
Some Basics:
Asset price at time t: Pt
One period rate of return on this asset:
Rt =
Pt Pt1
Pt1
pt = ln Pt , rt = ln Pt ln Pt1 Rt
Portfolio return
A po
CME213/ME339
Lecture 8
Erich Elsen
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Stanford University
Spring 2015
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Lesson 8
Lesson Outline
2D/3D Blocks and Grids
GPU vs CPU Philosophy
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Lecture 11
Erich Elsen
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Stanford University
Spring 2015
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Lecture Outline
Floating Point and Reductions
Matrix Vector Product
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Lecture 10
Erich Elsen
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Stanford University
Spring 2015
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Lesson 10
Lesson Outline
Review and Occupancy
Reductions
Elsen
CME2
Parallel Programming
Lecture 6
Performance Characteristics of Hardware
The Road to GPUs
Erich Elsen
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering
Stanford University
Spring 2015
Elsen
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Lesson 6
CME 213
S P R I N G 2 0 1 4 - 2 0 1 5
Eric Darve
SYLLABUS
PEOPLE
Instructors:
Eric Darve, ME, ICME
Erich Elsen
NVIDIA engineers
Teaching assistants:
Vikesh Khanna
Nathan Zhu
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WEB SITES
Class forum: piazza
Announcements
Lab 2 due Friday by 5:00 pm
Don t forget to get checked off by a TA
Digital Outputs &
Power Drivers
Midterm next week
Handed out next Tuesday (2/3) at the end of class
Includes material from Tuesday (2/3) lecture
Turn in at Toms ofce (
Collections, Part Three
Announcements
Assignment 1 due right now.
Assignment 2 out, due Monday, April 23.
Play around with some awesome
applications of collections classes.
Teach the computer to write!
YEAH hours next Wednesday, April 18 from
4:15 5:45.
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Strings and
Recursion
Friday Four Square!
Today at 4:15PM outside Gates.
Announcements
Three Handouts Today:
Submitting Assignments
Assignment 1: Welcome to C+!
Debugging with Visual Studio/Xcode
Assignment 1 (Welcome to C+!) out,
due next Friday, April 1
Collections, Part Two
Stack
Stack
A Stack is a data structure
representing a stack of things.
Objects can be pushed on top
of the stack or popped from
the top of the stack.
No other objects in the stack
are visible.
Example: Function calls
Stack
A Stack i
Collections, Part One
Announcements
Assignment 1 (Welcome to C+!) due
Friday, April 13 at 10:00AM.
Warm up with C+!
Play around with strings and recursion!
Xcode users: If you are getting weird
errors about iostream not found, please
go to the course webs
Thinking Recursively
An Interesting Peruse
WSJ: Best and Worst Jobs of 2012
http:/online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303772904577336230132805276.html
#1 Job: Software Engineer
Thinking Recursively, Part II
Recursive Problem-Solving
if (problem is suff
Thinking Recursively
Part Three
Friday Four Square!
4:15PM, Outside Gates
Permutations
A permutation of a sequence is a sequence
with the same elements, though possibly in a
different order.
For example:
E Pluribus Unum
E Unum Pluribus
Pluribus E Unum
Plu
Thinking Recursively
An Interesting Read
How to Train Your Robot
http:/drtechniko.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/how-to-train-your-robot/
Teaching kids to program by having them
program their parents!
Thinking Recursively
Recursive Problem-Solving
if (problem i