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MATLAB is a powerful software package for matrix manipulation. It’s a very useful language not only for this class, but for a variety of scientific applications, and is used widely thoughout industry. Just as when you have a hammer, ever...
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In this lecture, we'll learn about two mathematical operations that are commonly used in signal processing, convolution and correlation. The convolution is used to linearly filter a signal, for example to smooth a spike train to estimate...
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Leslie D'Monte, a science journalist, produced this video as practice during a five-day video bootcamp at MIT - where he learned to shoot and edit video for the first time. D'Monte is a Knight Science Journalism fellow this year.
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This Google Earth flyover shows where our team has been in Siberia during our 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010 expeditions. Dots on the map are sample locations. White dots are lavas and sills, yellow dots are tuffs or volcaniclastics, purple ...
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"Moving Ahead: Engineering Challenges of Deep Water Drilling and Future Oil Resource Recovery" Moderator: Andrew Whittle Nancy Leveson (Professor, Aeronautics and Astronautics) -- Reducing accidents in the oil and gas indus...
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"Planning the Response: Establishing the impacts and identifying the parties at risk" Moderator: Amy Glasmeier Wyman Briggs (Preparedness Specialist, US Coast Guard) – Preparedness and response Earthea Nance (Assistant P...
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"Perspectives on the Unfolding Spill: What happened, coping with the oil, evidence of the environmental impacts of the event" Moderator: Maria Zuber Eric Adams (Lecturer, Civil and Environmental Engineering) – Plumes and mixi...
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Marine microbes — though invisible to the naked eye — perform functions that are vital for the health of the ocean. With no vision or hearing, they navigate their environment by following chemical signals. One of these chemicals, DMSP, e...
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Energy-efficient salps swim and forage. To find out more, read a news release at http://cee.mit.edu/news/releases/2010/salp . Video courtesy of Roman Stocker of the MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Kelly Rakow Su...
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