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Classical Conditioning

Classical Conditioning

Classical Conditioning. Learning: Principles & Applications. Classical Conditioning. Classical Conditioning. Learning: A relatively permanent change in behavioral tendency that results from experience

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Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Psychology. History. Where did psychology come from?. The History of Psychology. philosophy. Definition of psychology. How did psychology develop?. biology. When did psychology start? 1879. structuralism. functionalism. psychoanalysis.

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Observer / Observable

Observer / Observable

Observer / Observable. COMP 401 Spring 2014 Lecture 14 3 / 4 /2014. Observer / Observable. Official Gang of Four description: Define a one-to-many dependency between objects so that when one object changes state, all its dependents are notified and updated automatically. Observable

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Observable activity

Observable activity

Observable activity. A final demand. A course of action. Pestering or troubling repeatedly. An advisor. Written or spoken expression of someone’s regret. Offensive to the physical or moral taste. A movement that expresses an idea or emotion. Easily affected. Extreme anger.

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Observable Properties

Observable Properties

Observable Properties. Standard K-5 : The student will demonstrate the understanding that objects can be described by their observable properties. (Physical Science).

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An Observable Change

An Observable Change

An Observable Change. Colossians 3:5-14. A Call to cleanup and change, v. 5-9. Put to death, v. 5 Personal sins, v. 5 ( Acts … Motives) Fornication (sexual immorality) Uncleanness (impurity) Passion, Evil Desire Covetousness (greed). A Call to cleanup and change, v. 5-9.

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Partially Observable MDP

Partially Observable MDP

Partially Observable MDP. MDP = Perfect Observation. Basic assumption: we know the state of the world at each stage In essence: we have perfect sensors Typically: we have imperfect sensors  we can only have partial information about the state

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are experimentally observable

are experimentally observable

Baryon vs Proton Number Fluctuations. MK, Asakawa , PRC85,021901C(2012); PRC86, 024904(2012). are experimentally observable. Proton # Cumulants @ STAR-BES . STAR,QM2012. CAUTION! . Something interesting??. proton number. baryon number. MK, Asakawa , 2011;2012.

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Objetivos de acción observable

Objetivos de acción observable

Objetivos de acción observable. Dra. Evelyn Pérez Medina EDFU 3002. Definición. Un objetivo que se redacta en términos de la conducta observable de los estudiantes y que indican lo que éstos son capaces de hacer como resultado de la experiencia de aprendizaje.

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Observable Patterns of Inheritance

Observable Patterns of Inheritance

Observable Patterns of Inheritance. Chapter 11. Earlobe Variation. Whether a person has attached or detached earlobes depends on a single gene Attached earlobes: two copies of the recessive allele for this gene Detached earlobes: either one or two copies of the dominant allele.

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Observable Patterns of Inheritance

Observable Patterns of Inheritance

Observable Patterns of Inheritance. Edited by: R. LeBlanc, M.S. Mountain Pointe High School 2012. Starr/Taggart’s Biology: The Unity and Diversity of Life , 9e Chapter 11. Charles Barkley. Tom Cruise. What do Charles Barkley and Tom Cruise have in common? (hint: check out their ears).

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Non-observable failure progression

Non-observable failure progression

Non-observable failure progression. Age based maintenance policies. We consider a situation where we are not able to observe failure progression, or where it is impractical to observe failure progression: Examples Wear of a light bulb filament Wear of balls in a ball-bearing

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