Non-Linear Least Squares and Sparse Matrix Techniques: Fundamentals. Richard Szeliski Microsoft Research UW-MSR Course on Vision Algorithms CSE/EE 577, 590CV, Spring 2004. Readings. Press et al. , Numerical Recipes, Chapter 15 (Modeling of Data)
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Bayesian Integration (MCMC II). Lecture 10. Why Diagnostic Statistics?. There is no guarantee, no matter how long you run the MCMC algorithm for, that it will converge to the posterior distribution.
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INFS 795 Dr. Domeniconi. Comparison of Principal Component Analysis and Random Projection in Text Mining. Steve Vincent April 29, 2004. Outline. Introduction Previous Work Objective Background on Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Random Projection (RP) Test Data Sets
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CS 352: Computer Graphics The QT portable GUI Toolkit Perspective How hard is it to build a computer? How hard is it to build a word processor? Why? Holy grail of software engineering: re-use Where has re-use been successful? Why?
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Carbon Taxes First. Charles Komanoff & Dan Rosenblum Carbon Tax Center www.carbontax.org March 14, 2007. No More Free Dumping.
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USAID Meeting 17 May 2007. International trade in commodities derived from animals: A more rational approach?. Gavin Thomson, TAD Scientific, Pretoria, South Africa. Outline of the presentation:. An evolving saga: Safety of internationally traded animal commodities
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Nanoscale structures in Integrated Circuits. By Edward Mulimba. Presentation Outline . Introduction and history Review of current chip manufacturing methods Limitations of current methods 2 currently researched methods conclusion. Nanotech Definition.
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Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion. Uniform Circular Motion is the motion of an object traveling at a constant (uniform) speed on a circular path. The period (T) is the time it takes an object to make complete circle or revolution. Because velocity = distance / time
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Active Reading September 7, 2005 Self-Evaluation Does your mind go blank when you take a test? Have you ever done poorly on a test even though you read the chapter two or three times? When reading is it hard to remember what you read a few pages ago?
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Spatial (or N-Dimensional) Search in a Relational World. Jim Gray. y. x=c/a. x. ax + by = c. y=c/b. y. x. Equations Define Subspaces. For (x,y) above the line ax+by > c Reverse the space by -ax + -by > -c
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