# 'Theorem' presentation slideshows

## Two comments on let polymorphism

Two comments on let polymorphism. I. What is the (time, space) complexity of type reconstruction? In practice – executes “fast” (seems linear time) But, some bad cases exist . consider: let f1 = fun x  (x,x);; let f2 = fun y  f1(f1 y);; let f3 = fun y  f2(f2 y);; …..

By oshin
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## Polygon Triangulation

Polygon Triangulation Guarding an Art Gallery Introduction Works of famous painters are not only popular among art lovers, but also among criminals. They are very valuable, easy to transport, and apparently not so difficult to sell.

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## RANDOMIZED COMPUTATION

RANDOMIZED COMPUTATION. Randomized Algorithms symbolic determinats ZOO of Randomized Complexity Classes RP, ZPP, PP, BPP syntactic vs semantic classes Circuit Complexity circuit size as measure of complexity uniform vs non-uniform circuits. SYMBOLIC DETERMINANTS.

By Renfred
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## 10.4 Other Angle Relationships in Circles

10.4 Other Angle Relationships in Circles. Geometry Mrs. Spitz Spring 2005. Objectives/Assignment. Use angles formed by tangents and chords to solve problems in geometry. Use angles formed by lines that intersect a circle to solve problems. Assignment: pp. 624-625 #2-35.

By Patman
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## The Center Manifold Theorem

The Center Manifold Theorem. The Center Manifold Theorem. - Motivation. Step 1 : . . Step 2 : . k. m. k. m. Lower Dimensional part. Question : How do we isolate this lower dimensional part ?. ( times continuously differentiable). k. m. Lower Dimensional part (Continued).

By arleen
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## Three-dimensional Lorentz Geometries

Three-dimensional Lorentz Geometries . Sorin Dumitrescu Univ. Paris 11 (Orsay). Joint work with Abdelghani Zeghib. Klein geometries. Definition: A Klein geometry (G,X=G/H) is a simply connected space X endowed with a transitive action of a Lie group G.

By JasminFlorian
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## ORGANIZATIONAL ECOLOGY

ORGANIZATIONAL ECOLOGY. Organizational ecology theory provides macro-level explanations for rates of organizational population change. In common with evolution, variation-selection-retention dynamics result in growth of a new org’l form adapted to a specific environmental niche .

By Olivia
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## Closure Properties of Decidability

Closure Properties of Decidability. Lecture 28 Section 3.2 Fri, Oct 26, 2007. Closure Properties of Decidable Languages. The class of decidable languages is closed under Union Intersection Concatenation Complementation Star. Closure Under Union.

By starbuck
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## Lecture 2: Foundations: Mathematical Logic

Lecture 2: Foundations: Mathematical Logic. Discrete Mathematical Structures: Theory and Applications. Learning Objectives. Learn about sets Explore various operations on sets Become familiar with Venn diagrams Learn how to represent sets in computer memory

By andromeda
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## Lesson 11 – Polynomial Theorems – Using Factoring

Lesson 11 – Polynomial Theorems – Using Factoring. PreCalculus - Santowski. Fast Five. Divide the following using (i) long division (ii) synthetic division (8n 2 – 60n – 32) / (n – 8) (b 3 + 9b 2 + 15b – 25) / (b + 5) (x 4 + 3x 3 – 49x 2 – 79x – 54) / (x + 8) True or False:.

By opa
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## Chapter 5 Frequency Response Method

Concept . Graphics mode. Analysis . Chapter 5 Frequency Response Method. Introduction Frequency Response of the typical elements of the linear systems Bode diagram of the open loop system Nyquist-criterion System analysis based on the frequency response

By nhi
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## Bell Ringer Activity: Pick your FAB FIVE….

Bell Ringer Activity: Pick your FAB FIVE…. This means pick the top 5 homework problems you want to work on. 5.5 Inequalities in Triangles. These triangles are NOT created equal………. .

By marcus
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## Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles

Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles. Recall that an isosceles triangle is a triangle with at least two congruent sides The two congruent sides of an isosceles triangle are called the legs The base of an isosceles triangle is the third side

By donatella
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## MATH 1910 Chapter 1 Section 3 Evaluating Limits Analytically

MATH 1910 Chapter 1 Section 3 Evaluating Limits Analytically. Objectives. Evaluate a limit using properties of limits. Develop and use a strategy for finding limits. Evaluate a limit using the dividing out technique. Evaluate a limit using the rationalizing technique.

By wyome
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## {image} {image} {image} {image}

1. 2. 3. 4. Use Green's Theorem to evaluate the double integral. {image} C is a triangle with the vertices (0,0), (3,0) and (3, 3). Select the correct answer. The choices are rounded to the nearest hundredth. {image} {image} {image} {image}.

By emera
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## Section 8.5

Section 8.5. Euler & Hamilton Paths. Euler circuits & paths. An Euler circuit of a graph G is a simple circuit that contains every edge of G An Euler path of graph G is a simple path containing every edge of G. Example 1. There are several Euler circuits in this graph,

By rollin
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## Moment Generating Functions

Moment Generating Functions. Lecture X. Definition 2.3.3. Let X be a random variable with cdf F X . The moment generating function (mgf) of X (or F X ), denoted M X (t) , is

By hansel
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## Chapter 12 Decision Rights

Chapter 12 Decision Rights. The Level of Empowerment. Assigning tasks and decision rights. Production process involves tasks bundled into jobs Job dimensions variety of tasks few or many decision authority limited or broad.

By zaccheus
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## 1.3 Integral Calculus

1.3 Integral Calculus. 1.3.1 Line, Surface, Volume Integrals. a) line integral:. Example 1.6. For a given boundary line there many different surfaces, on which the surface integral depends. It is independent only if. If the surface is closed:. b) surface integral:. 2. 2. 2.

By arin
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## Let us switch to a new topic:

Let us switch to a new topic: . Graphs. Introduction to Graphs. Definition: A simple graph G = (V, E) consists of V, a nonempty set of vertices, and E, a set of unordered pairs of distinct elements of V called edges. For each eE, e = {u, v} where u, v  V.

By kaylana
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