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Please use the campus Course Pre-Authorization system if you have an enrollment question. Why did a 50 million dollar rocket blow up on its first launch? Students will discuss both given examples and their own personal errors. Neural Networks as Models of the Mind CSE 87 A00 Section ID: 927866 Cottrell, Gary ([email protected]) Location: EBU3B B260 Wednesdays, a.m. Seminar will meet weeks 1-6 We investigate how neural networks can be used to model how we see, read, remember, and learn.
Please use the Virtual Advising Center, VAC to contact the advisor of the department or program offering the seminar for all non-enrollment questions. How did a surgical procedure result in accidental death? We use simple demonstration programs that implement these models.
Cursory look at enigmatic cult film classics from 1950 to today.
Basic aesthetics and ideas of cult films will be celebrated.
We will discuss movies such as: I Love you, Beth Cooper, American Beauty, Sliding doors, Seventh Seal, Happiness, La Dolce Vita, Taste of Cherry, Do the Right Thing, Christmas Story and others.
A Teenage Spy in British India: Reading Kipling's Kim HITO 87 A00 Section ID: 927878 Schneewind, Sarah ([email protected]) Rudyard Kipling's best-selling novel _Kim_ (1901) is a thrilling spy story and portrayal of India under British rule that turns out to have drawn on real events Kipling knew about because of his work as a journalist.
Their morphological, molecular and developmental diversity far exceeds that of all macrobiota. In this course, you will apply evidence-based techniques to learn more effectively and efficiently.
They have metabolic capabilities that are lacking in or substantially different from those in the entire eukaryotic domain of life. This course will be offered in a "flipped" model, with required videos to be watched before class and an "active learning" approach to help you personalize and practice skills in class.
Sources will largely be ethnographic descriptions and analyses of Taiwan life. We also get some insight into the latest trends in neural networks, Deep Learning. CGS 87 A00 Section ID: 927865 Hankins, Joseph ([email protected]) Location: STCTR E209 Thursdays, p.m. Seminar will meet Jnauary 18 - March 8 When does the pain of another matter to us?Engineering Stem Cells BENG 87 B00 Section ID: 930509 Engler, Adam ([email protected]) Location: PFBH 391 Wednesdays, a.m. Seminar will meet 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21 2/28 We will discuss how engineering technologies can be used to answer questions in stem cell biology. Whose pain might matter, whose pain might we ignore? In this seminar we will discuss the labor of caring - for other humans, for life forms beyond the human, for the environment.Emphasis will be placed on understanding the different types of stem cells and model systems, current techniques, and applications in muscle. Who has to do it, who doesn't, and what kind of politics might be built out of compassion? 11, 18; Feb 1, 8 Why does everyone need to know how computers work?Technical achievement, visual power, and personal nuance will be emphasized.Examines films from the Global South, in particular Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.