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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 17, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Developments in iterative decoding, Achieving Capacity on the BEC, Density Evolution, Exit Charts, Yale, MIT, Lab Exercise, Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 16, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Decoding Modules, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, Yale, MIT
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Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 15, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Remarks on Convolutional Codes, Turbo Codes, Decoding, Exit charts, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, Yale, MIT
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Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 14, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Convolutional Codes, Trellis Representation, Decoding convolutional codes, Applied Mathematics, Yale, MIT, Lab Exercise
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 13, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, The Binary Erasure Channel, Analysis of LDPC on BEC, Making the analysis rigorous on trees, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, MIT, Yale
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Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 12, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Representing Probabilities, Equality nodes, Parity nodes, Lab Exercise, Applied Mathematics, MIT, Yale
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Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 11, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Propagation on Trees, Dynamic programming, Infinite Trees, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, MIT, Yale
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 09, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, LDPC Codes, Decoding, SNR, dB, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, MIT, Yale
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 08, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Vector Spaces, Dual, Codes and Matrices, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, MIT, Yale
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Applied Mathematics
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Error-Correcting Codes Lab 07, Lecture Slide - Engineering

Prof. Daniel A. Spielman, Engineering, Markov Property, Simplifying Probability Computation, Applied Mathematics, Lab Exercise, MIT, Yale
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How much reliable are 3D printed tools?

Recently they created a 3D printed wrench to use on ISS. How much are these equipments reliable?
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20/12/2014

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What is meant by Resource Leveling?

Recourse management is an important aspect of organization. Please explain the technical details that are required to accomplish resource leveling process.
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18/09/2013

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Explain the Islamic Perspective about Prophet Jesus?

I don't know the solution. Help needed.
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05/03/2013

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Elaborate the Christian Perspective about Prophet Moses?

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05/03/2013

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Illustrate the Jewish Perspective about Prophet Moses?

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05/03/2013

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Explain the Islamic Perspective about Prophet Moses?

Hi all, need help!!!!!!
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05/03/2013

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Elaborate the Christian Perspective about Prophet Abraham?

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05/03/2013

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"A total resistance of 3.0Ω is to be produced by combining an unknown resistor Rwith a 12Ω resistor. What is the value ofR and how is it to be connected to the 12Ω resistor? "

"A. 4.0Ω, parallel B. 4.0Ω, series C. 2.4Ω, parallel D. 2.4Ω, series E. 9.0Ω, series"
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27/02/2013

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"A battery is connected across a parallel combination of two identical resistors. If the potential difference across the terminals isV and the current in the battery isi, then: "

"A. the potential difference across each resistor isV and the current in each resistor isi B. the potential difference across each resistor isV/2 and the current in each resistor isi/2 C. the potential difference across each resistor isV and the current in each resistor isi/2 D. the potential difference across each resistor isV/2 and the current in each resistor isi E. none of the above are true"
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27/02/2013

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"A battery is connected across a series combination of two identical resistors. If the potential difference across the terminals isV and the current in the battery isi, then: "

"A. the potential difference across each resistor isV and the current in each resistor isi B. the potential difference across each resistor isV/2 and the current in each resistor isi/2 C. the potential difference across each resistor isV and the current in each resistor isi/2 D. the potential difference across each resistor isV/2 and the current in each resistor isi E. none of the above are true"
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