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Lectures (25)

Descriptive Introduction to PhysicsUniversity of California, Berkeley

Video

Science, Mathematics, Physics
Taught by: Professor Richard A. Muller

Chemical Structure and ReactivityUniversity of California, Berkeley

Video

Chemistry, Science, Reactivity
Taught by: Professor Peter Vollhardt

Analysis of AlgorithmsStony Brook University

Video

Computer Science, Algorithms, Dynamic Programming, Linear Sorting
Taught by: Steven Skiena

Basic ChemistryUniversity of California, San Diego

Video

Chemistry, Science
Taught by: Professor Carl Hoeger

CalculusUniversity of Houston

Video

Mathematics, Derivatives, Trigonometry
Taught by: Dr. Selwyn Hollis

Calculus I San Francisco State University

Video

Mathematics
Taught by: Dr. Arek Goetz

Black Holes in the Universe California Institute of Technology

Video

Physics, Astrophysics, Science, Cosmology
Taught by: Curt Cutler

Linear AlgebraMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Mathematics, Algebra, Linear Algebra
Taught by: Prof. Gilbert Strang

Cosmic ConnectionsStanford University

Video

Physics, Kinematics, Cosmology, Astrophysics, Matter, Mathematics, Science
Taught by: JoAnne Hewett, John Jaros, Charles Prescott, Tune Kamae

Freshman Organic ChemistryYale University

Video

Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Science, Experimental Observation
Taught by: Professor J. Michael McBride

General ChemistryUniversity of California, Berkeley

Video

Chemistry, Science
Taught by: Professor Heino Nitsche

Geometry and ArithmeticInstitute for Advanced Study

Video

Mathematics, Geometry, Arithmetic
Taught by: Pierre Deligne

Introduction to Computer Science and ProgrammingMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Computation, Programming, Problem Solving
Taught by: Prof. Eric Grimson, Prof. John Guttag

Introduction to Symbolic Programming University of California, Berkeley

Video

Programming, Programming Languages
Taught by: Larry M. Weiner

Mathematical Methods for Engineers IIMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Mathematics, Numerical Methods, Engineering
Taught by: Prof. Gilbert Strang

Linear AlgebraMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Algebra, Mathematics
Taught by: Prof. Gilbert Strang

Course Description:

This is a basic subject on matrix theory and linear algebra. Emphasis is given to topics that will be useful in other disciplines, including systems of equations, vector spaces, determinants, eigenvalues, similarity, and positive definite matrices.

Principles of Chemical ScienceMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Chemical Kinetics, Science, Biology
Taught by: Prof. Catherine Drennan, Dr. Elizabeth Vogel Taylor

Programming LanguagesUniversity of Washington

Video

Functional Programming, Semantics, Syntax

Prospects in Theoretical Physics (PiTP)Institute for Advanced Study

Video

Theoretical Physics, Science, Mathematics
Taught by: Volker Springel, Michael Norman, Brian Kernighan, Scott Tremaine, Jim Stone

Quantum Theory University of Auckland (New Zealand)

Video

Physics, Science, Chemistry
Taught by: Richard Feynman

Solving Cubic EquationsHarvard University

Video

Mathematics, Cubic Equations, Theorems
Taught by: Professor Benedict H. Gross, Professor William A. Stein

Beginning iOS SDK ProgrammingRose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Video

Animations, Core Graphics, Controllers, Programming

Computer Science 410: Sky.NETRice University

Video

Software Engineering, Simulation Framework

Vibrations and WavesMassachusetts Institute of Technology

Video

Physics, Mechanical Vibrations, Waves, Electro-Magnetic Radiation
Taught by: Prof. Nergis Mavalvala, Prof. Walter Lewin, Prof. Wolfgang Ketterle

Data StructuresUniversity of California, Berkeley

Video

Algorithms, Software Engineering
Taught by: Professor Jonathan Shewchuk