Mihevc 1
Balance Sheet
The biggest change in Abbotts balance sheet can be seen in the composition of its asset
accounts. In 2006, % of the firms assets were current, while 69% were of the long-term variety.
In 2010, however, the portion of current assets
Data Structures and
Algorithms
Session 10. February 23, 2009
Instructor: Bert Huang
http:/www.cs.columbia.edu/~bert/courses/3137
Announcements
Homework 2 due now.
Homework 3 to be posted after class. Due 3/9
Midterm review March 9th
Midterm Exam March 11t
Data Structures and
Algorithms
Session 11. February 25, 2009
Instructor: Bert Huang
http:/www.cs.columbia.edu/~bert/courses/3137
Announcements
Homework 3 is out. Due 3/9
Midterm review March 9th
Midterm Exam March 11th
Manu is stepping down as a TA
New of
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 11
Monetary Theory (ctd.)
Topics:
Fisher Equation
The Cagan Model
Reading: Mankiw The Cagan Model.
Sargent, The Ends of Four Big Inations.
Homework 5: Posted. (Last homework before th
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 10
Monetary Theory (ctd.)
Topic: The Demand for Real Balances, The Baumol-Tobin
Money Demand
Reading: Mankiw Chapter 4 including Appendix
Mankiw Chapter 19-2 for Baumol-Tobin Money De
Instrumental Variable
Regression I, II and III
Lecture 19, 20 and 21
Seyhan Erden Arkonac, PhD
Problem Set 6 is due on NOW!
1
Instrumental Variables Regression
Three important threats to internal validity are:
1) Omitted variable bias from a variable that
Data Structures and
Algorithms
Session 8. February 16, 2009
Instructor: Bert Huang
http:/www.cs.columbia.edu/~bert/courses/3137
Announcements
Homework 2 is up. Due Feb. 23
Problem 2 (Weiss 3.7), trimToSize() creates a
new array of same size as list, copie
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 10
Monetary Theory (ctd.)
Topic: The Demand for Real Balances, The Baumol-Tobin
Money Demand
Reading: Mankiw Chapter 4 including Appendix
Mankiw Chapter 19-2 for Baumol-Tobin Money De
Data Structures and Algorithms
Session 9. February 18, 2009
Instructor: Bert Huang
http:/www.cs.columbia.edu/~bert/courses/3137
Announcements
Homework 2 is up. Due Feb. 23 Problem 2 (Weiss 3.7), trimToSize() creates a new array of same size as list, copie
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 9
Monetary Theory (ctd.)
Todays Topic: The Quantity Theory of Money
Reading: Mankiw Chapter 4
Homework 4 has been posted, due 1 week from today.
1
The Quantity Theory of Money
It asse
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 8
Monetary Theory
Reading: Mankiw Chapter 4.
Optional Reading: Robert E. Lucas, Jr., Nobel Lecture: Monetary
Neutrality, Sections I & II
1
The Theory of Ination
I. Introduction
Centr
CSEE 3827: Fundamentals of Computer
Systems, Spring 2015
Lecture 2
Prof. Dan Rubenstein (danr@cs.columbia.edu)
1
Agenda (P&H 2.1-2.8, 2.10)
Instruction Set Architecture (RISC / MIPS)
CPU + Memory in MIPS overview
CPU
conceptual view of control
regist
CSEE 3827: Fundamentals of Computer
Systems, Spring 2015
Lecture 2
Prof. Dan Rubenstein (danr@cs.columbia.edu)
1
Agenda (P&H 2.1-2.8, 2.10)
Instruction Set Architecture (RISC / MIPS)
CPU + Memory in MIPS overview
CPU
conceptual view of control
regist
Nonlinear Regression I
Lecture 10
Seyhan Erden Arkonac, PhD
PS # 4 is posted.
It is due on
Tuesday Oct 7th for TT section,
Wednesday Oct 8th for MW section.
1
Nonlinear Regression Functions
Everything so far has been linear in the Xs
But the linear approx
Multiple Regression III and
Nonlinear Regression I
Lecture 9
Seyhan Erden Arkonac, PhD
Problem Set 3 is due NOW!
Solutions will be posted on today at 9pm
1
Quick Review:
Problem we may encounter (so far) in regression
analysis:
(1) Hetereskodasticity: def
CSEE 3827: Fundamentals of Computer
Systems, Spring 2015
Lecture 11
Prof. Dan Rubenstein (danr@cs.columbia.edu)
1
Agenda (P&H 4.1-4.4)
Single Cycle Datapath
Human (serial steps) v. Computer (massive parallelism & discard)
approach to interpreting an ins
Multiple Regression II and III
(Fall 2014)
Lecture 8
Seyhan Erden Arkonac, PhD
Problem Set 3 is posted, it is due on
Sept. 30th for TT section,
Oct. 1st for MW section.
1
The Least Squares Assumptions for
Multiple Regression
Yi = 0 + 1X1i + 2X2i + + kXki
Economics W3213
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Columbia University
Lecture 11
Monetary Theory (ctd.)
Topics:
Fisher Equation
The Cagan Model
Reading: Mankiw The Cagan Model.
Sargent, The Ends of Four Big Inations.
Homework 5: Posted. (Last homework before th