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The main concern in this talk is a possible IT framework for enabling deployment of new hardware technologies into the existing system at value. We explain how the proposed IT framework could evolve in synchrony with the existing utility...
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This video presents a tour of the Identification Unit of the Cambridge, Massachusetts Police Department. The tour includes an introduction to all equipment used in the unit and also a step-by-step explanation of the process for tes...
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Hard work. Passion. Commitment. Welcome to the MIT Excellence Awards, an annual ceremony that honors staff members who have gone above and beyond to fulfill the goals, values, and mission of the Institute. This video includes highlights ...
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In this video lesson, students will learn about linear programming and will solve a linear programming problem using the graphical method. Its focus is on the famous "Stigler's diet" problem posed by the 1982 Nobel Laureate in economic...
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A performance by Amanda Moore of "Learning and Playing", part of an exhibit by the Urbonas Studio entitled "The Learning Machine". The exhibit which explores the symbolic relationship between women and the state, taking women's voices as...
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A beaker is placed on top of a cloth, on top of a stool. The cloth is pulled quickly from underneath the beaker, while the beaker remains stationary. The impulse of the net force is made very small by reducing the time over which the c...
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Nick Grossman of OpenPlans, Nigel Jacob of the City of Boston Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics, and Max Ogden of Code for America respond to questions about how civic tools do (or need to) vary from city to city.
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