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Fall Convocation • Presented by Henry D. Shannon, Ph.D • August 11, 2010

Fall Convocation • Presented by Henry D. Shannon, Ph.D • August 11, 2010

1. Fall Convocation • Presented by Henry D. Shannon, Ph.D • August 11, 2010.

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Roof Savings Calculator Overview

Roof Savings Calculator Overview

Roof Savings Calculator Overview . Joshua New, Ph.D. Whole Building and Community Integration Group Building Technologies Research and Integration Center (BTRIC) Oak Ridge National Laboratory Joseph W. Mellott Director of Business Development The Garland Company Cleveland, Ohio.

By darrin
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What is Text Mining? What are the application areas? What are the challenges? What are the tools?

What is Text Mining? What are the application areas? What are the challenges? What are the tools?

What is Text Mining? What are the application areas? What are the challenges? What are the tools?. Prelude. Amount of information is growing exponentially Majority of Information is stored in text documents : journals , web pages , emails, reports, memos, social networks...

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Teamwork and Problem Solving

Teamwork and Problem Solving

Teamwork and Problem Solving. Outline of Class Activities. Lecture: teamwork and problem solving Introduce Team Working Agreement In-class team activity Introduce problem solving homework assignment Discuss appropriate format Discuss grading rubric. Questions to be Answered.

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TOPIC I .

TOPIC I .

Mechanics. TOPIC I . Kinematics. I. • Branch of Mechanics that deals with motion without regard to forces producing it. A. Distance and Displacement 1. Distance : the total length of the path that an object travels. a. A scalar quantity b. SI Unit is the meter (m)

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Teamwork and Problem Solving

Teamwork and Problem Solving

Teamwork and Problem Solving. Outline of Class Activities. Lecture: teamwork and problem solving Introduce Team Working Agreement In-class team activity Introduce problem solving homework assignment Discuss appropriate format Discuss grading rubric. Questions to be Answered.

By clara
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Short Stories

Short Stories

Short Stories. Notes: 8-6. “The Battle by the Breadfruit Tree”. Setting: African plateau, 20 th century Protagonist: mama baboon? Cameraman? Antagonist: leopard? baboon? The fact that they were frozen? Conflict: leopard tries to kill the baboon baby? Can’t get a picture?

By sinead
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Motion in a Circle

Motion in a Circle

Motion in a Circle. Uniform Circular Motion. Motion of an object in a circle with uniform or constant speed. Examples???. Angular Velocity. The angular velocity is the rate of change in angular displacement. (Common everyday language). (physics language). rad s -1.

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Module #4 – Information, Entropy, Thermodynamics, and Computing

Module #4 – Information, Entropy, Thermodynamics, and Computing

Module #4 – Information, Entropy, Thermodynamics, and Computing. A Grand Synthesis. Information and Entropy. A Unified Foundation for both Physics and Computation. What is information?. Information, most generally, is simply that which distinguishes one thing from another.

By jadzia
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Chapter 1: What is Biomechanics?

Chapter 1: What is Biomechanics?

Chapter 1: What is Biomechanics?. Basic Biomechanics, 4 th edition Susan J. Hall Presentation Created by TK Koesterer, Ph.D., ATC Humboldt State University. Objectives. Define biomechanics, statics, dynamics, kinematics and kinetics and explain the ways in which they are related.

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Describing Motion with Equations Notes

Describing Motion with Equations Notes

Describing Motion with Equations Notes. Preview. d= v average * t v average = d/t. Preview. From the labs Slope of the time = acceleration so… a = v f - v i /t We can also get: v average = v f + v i /2. Kinematics Equations: d = v i t + ½ at 2 v f = v i + at

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Unit 3 Kinematics Equations

Unit 3 Kinematics Equations

Unit 3 Kinematics Equations. Objectives: Learn the 4 motion equations for 1 dimensional motion when acceleration is constant. 1. Kinematics Equation 1 Motion at Constant Acceleration. Δ v. a =. Δ t. but since "Δ" means change Δ v = v - v o and Δ t = t - t o

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Vision Science Has Been Successful In Part Due To Atomic Force Microscopy.

Vision Science Has Been Successful In Part Due To Atomic Force Microscopy.

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Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1. First day – Monday, January 26 Course overview – review syllabus Assignment for Wednesday, January 28 Read Chapter 1 of Hall - Intro to biomechanics Review this powerpoint presentation on courses website Take Chapter 1 practice exam Textbook website

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Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1. Today Course overview – review syllabus Assignment for Monday, January 27 Read Chapter 1 of Hall - Intro to biomechanics Review this powerpoint presentation on courses website Take Chapter 1 practice exam on Textbook website

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Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1

Tasks for Week 1. First day – Thursday, January 12 Course overview – review syllabus Assignment for Tuesday, January 17 Read Chapter 1 of Hall - Intro to biomechanics Review this powerpoint presentation on courses website Take Chapter 1 practice exam Textbook website

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