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Sea Level Rise Animation in Google Earth
 
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Climate change and increased atmospheric temperatures are predicted to cause a significant rise in sea level over the next 100-200 years. Scenarios that take into account rapid melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet and West Antarctic Ice Shelf warn of sea level rise of greater than 20 ft (6 meters) over the next couple centuries. This animation shows what that level of rise would (which will happen over a long period of time) might look like over a couple seconds. It uses very course scale global elevation data to visualize a rising sea affect and should NOT be considered highly accurate.
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S.C. Sea Level Film Debut
 
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The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy has developed a new sea level rise awareness video on behalf of the Southeast Coastal Climate Network. Video production and event planning have been achieved in partnership with the Coastal Conservation League, Carolina Climate Network, South Carolina Wildlife Federation and Architecture 2030. Rising Seas: Challenges and Opportunities for the Lowcountry shows never-before-seen imagery. This documentary shows the vulnerability of Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and neighboring barrier island communities to sea level rise as a result of climate change.
Global Warming- The Inevitable Rise In Sea Level
 
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As Everyone Knows, Global Warming Is Causing Our Seas To Rise. This Video Was Made For My physics Class, And It Makes A Valid Point. Please Mind The Quality, i did it Overnight.
Views: 632 Carey Kelley
Global warming,Climate change,Sea level rise,
 
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SEA LEVEL RISE Sea level rise can be defined as an increase in sea level caused by global warming through two main processes: the thermal expansion of sea water and the rapid melting of land ice. Sea level rise is also expected to make coastal cities more vulnerable to extreme weather (such as hurricanes) as well as to destroy important ecosystems such as wetlands and mangroves. Rising sea level inundates low-lying lands, erodes shorelines, exacerbates flooding, and increases the salinity of estuaries and aquifers. Islands are particularly exposed as many are gradually facing the loss of their fresh water supply due to salt-water intrusion. Low-lying coastal areas and deltas (the land where rivers feed into the ocean) house at least 300 million people and are particularly threatened by sea level rise. Some developing countries are especially exposed to sea level rise due to their low- lying nature and limited financial resources to respond. Among the most vulnerable are countries with large populations in deltaic coastal regions such as Bangladesh, Vietnam, China and Egypt. The Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC 2007) projects an increase of temperature ranging between 1.1 and 6.40 C over the next century, necessarily entailing a reduction of the amount of ice. As a result, sea levels could rise 10 to 23 inches by 2100. Two populous island nations, the Philippines and Indonesia, have millions who face displacement from their homes from sea level rise. Several small island state nations including the Maldives in the Indian Ocean and the Marshall Islands and Tuvalu in the Pacific could face extinction within this century if rates of sea level rise accelerate.
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Catastrophic Sea Level Rise?
 
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3 mm per year
Views: 209 SteveWrathall
Rise: An Interactive Interpretation of Climate Change
 
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All about our sea level rise awareness walk as part of the Climate Crews competition. Monterey Institute of International Studies Earth Day 2008 event.
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Ken Miller in NJN piece on sea level change
 
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The geological record of sea-level changes: don't sell your shore house
Views: 1083 Kenneth Miller
high-tech interactive map of CO2 emission
 
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(2008.04.11)
Views: 145 BeVeggie
Washington DC flooding
 
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This is a Google Earth simulation of Washington DC flooding as the oceans rise up to 100 meters. Thanks to BZoltan Hungary for creating the simulation.
Views: 1001 Jonathan Nelson
The Last Ice Age (120 000 years ago to Modern)
 
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This is a visualization of the last ice age using a global ice sheet model with pro-glacial lakes included.
Views: 162578 drgvettoretti
3D Animation in CM
 
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This is a 3D map using for demonstrate the flooding area. By using GIS technology, the map data from various sources can be integrated and projected. This is a work of Triple I Geographic Co., Ltd. You learn more at www.tig-gis.com
Views: 1196 Nampol Laprawit
ME-DEM topo map in NASA's World Wind.
 
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This is footage from NASA's World Wind with a custom map of Middle Earth (from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings). The data is from ME-DEM (Middle Earth dem Project):an online collaborative project to create a digital terrain model of Middle Earth from map sources. http://www.me-dem.org/
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San Francisco flooding
 
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This is a Google Earth simulation of San Francisco flooding as the oceans rise up to 100 meters. Thanks to BZoltan Hungary for creating the simulation.
Views: 1169 Jonathan Nelson
Technologies and applications of interactive flood simulatio
 
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Google Tech Talks May 15, 2008 ABSTRACT Severe flood disasters may frequently occur in near future because global warming will change the flood risk. To prepare the disaster, we propose global flood simulation software which simulates flood flow in short time on an earth viewer (i.e., global geographical information system). User can edit a flood scenario such as the location of levee failure by clicking on the earth viewer, then the software simulate the flood flow based on fluid dynamics. The simulation and GIS communicate each other using our technology, the flood information are visualized on the viewer even during the simulation. I will make a presentation about the technology and show how to work our flood simulation software. Speaker: Satoshi Yamaguchi I specialize in the geophysics, hydrodynamics and software development such as geographical information system (GIS). I conduct a research on flood disaster and develop flood simulation software on our original GIS for a number of years in Hitachi Central Research Laboratory. I studied physical oceanography in Tohoku University and received masters degree.
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global circulation (1-54)
 
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global circulation (1-54)
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Lecture - 17 Effective Stress - I
 
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Lecture Series on Soil Mechanics by Prof.B.V.S. Viswanadham , Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Bombay. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
Views: 51024 nptelhrd
(Doom Builder) Switches (For Doors)
 
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HIGHER QUALITY: http://revver.com/video/1007108/doom-builder-using-switches-for-doors/ In Doom, switches are seen often and work great as puzzle devices and being able to perform actions such as opening doors and lowering platforms from afar. This video will show you how to achieve the door-opening effect so that you can implement it into your map. You will also learn how you can create the switches so that they actually require keycards/skullkeys in order to be activated! Switches can be used for many other actions, too, whether it be raising staircases, lowering platforms, activating lifts, and more. NOTE: Always remember that when choosing a linedef action for your switch, you must select one that begins with 'S' which signifies that the line acts as a switch and performs the actions listed after the 'S' !
Views: 13592 Chubzdoomer
Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: The Spread of Obesity, Nicholas Christakis
 
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Nicholas Christakis, a Professor at Harvard University, discusses the conclusions of a study about the influence one's social network has on their weight. (2/7/08) http://rockefeller.dartmouth.edu/
Views: 4070 Dartmouth
Lec 21 | MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005
 
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Systems Engineering for Space Shuttle Payloads View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/16-885F05 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Lecture - 20 Insulators for Overhead Lines
 
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Lecture Series on Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution by Prof.D.P.Kothari, Centre for Energy Studies, IIT Delhi For more details visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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ATLAS in silico
 
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ATLAS in silico, a physically interactive virtual reality installation, fuses dynamic media, art, emerging technologies in 3D computer graphics, computer vision and spatialized multichannel interactive audio with pioneering science. It reflects on one of the elemental scientific and cultural challenges of our time: the shift from an organism-centric to a sequence-centric view of nature made possible by metagenomics and it's ensuing impact on our understanding of the nature, origins and unity of life. The installation provides an aesthetic encounter with metagenomics data (and contextual metadata) from the Global Ocean Survey (GOS) - a recent pioneering voyage of discovery circumnavigating the Earth's oceans, the results of which give us a new picture of life on Earth with "potentially far-reaching implications for biological energy production, bioremediation, and for creating solutions for management of greenhouse gas levels in our biosphere." [http://camera.calit2. net/about-camera/GOS.php] In parallel to challenges that Darwin's work on natural selection posed to 19th Century representations of nature associated with concepts of species fixity, the new view of nature provided by vast and abstract metagenomics data, such as the Global Ocean Survey, poses a fundamental challenge for our ability in the 21st Century to represent and intuitively comprehend nature. Within ATLAS in silico, this challenge becomes a visceral, sensate experience of the abstraction of nature in to vast databases — a practice that reaches back in to the history of expeditionary science of the 19th Century and which culminates in 21st Century expeditions like the GOS. Participants experience a dream-like, highly abstract, and data-driven virtual world that combines the aesthetics of fine-lined copper engraving, lithography and grid-like layouts of 19th Century scientific representation with 21st Century digital aesthetics including 3D wireframes, particle systems, interactive 3D graphics and multi-channel spatialized audio. To highlight the historical and ongoing interplay between scientific discovery and culture, the installation contextualizes GOS sequence data within global environmental and social data from the regions in which the ocean samples were taken,and combines this data to construct the visual and auditory elements of the virtual world. By interacting with luminous and colorful 3D graphics and a responsive data-driven sonic microworld participants explore relationships within data that spans from the molecular (nano scale of protein molecules) to the global (geo-referenced sampling site, socio-economic and environmental data). The experience takes place within an immersive virtual environment constructed from contextual metadata. This invisible context animates the virtual world as a driving force, much like natural ocean currents, revealing internal structure within the data and metadata -- bridging out from the nano scale to the global and back again creating a multi-scale, multi-modal multi-resolution experience. The installation, as seen in this video, utilizes a combination of infrared motion tracking, custom computer vision, multi-channel (10.1) spatialized interactive audio, 3D graphics, data sonification/audio design, networking, and the Varrier 60 tile, 100-million pixel barrier strip auto-stereoscopic display. Through this ongoing collaboration we explore the possibilities for achieving works with multiple entry points that can exist concurrently as aesthetic experiences, artistic practice, and as the basis for scientific tools. The title refers to in silico (computational as opposed to in vivo or in vitro) biology and the abilities that emerging technologies offer us in atlasing the features of our world in ever-increasing detail.
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Development of a seepage line into a dam of porosity 0.5
 
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The evolution of a non linear seepage is simulated in an Eulerian formulation using a level set function
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Cyberinfrastructure, New Research and Reuse of Data
 
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2008 GIS Symposium: Sustaining the Future & Understanding the Past. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide ideal platforms for the convergence of disease-specific information and analyses in relation to the natural environment, global human health and public policy. Climate change and biodiversity loss, from genes to ecosystems, may play a role in disease emergence and transmission. Recorded in the Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University on April 3, 2008.
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Lecture - 12 Flowmeter - I
 
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Lecture Series on Industrial Instrumentation by Prof.Alok Barua, Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Lecture - 36 Ultrasonic Machining
 
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Lecture Series on Manufacturing Processes II by Prof.A.B.Chattopadhyay, Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay and Prof. S. Paul,Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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11. Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Emotions, Part I
 
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Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 110) This class is an introduction to the evolutionary analysis of human emotions, how they work, why they exist, and what they communicate. In particular, this lecture discusses three interesting case studies, that of happiness (e.g., smiling), fear and the emotions we feel towards our relatives. Finally, this lecture ends with a brief discussion of babies' emotional responses to their caregivers. 00:00 - Chapter 1. The Different Functions of Emotions 09:06 - Chapter 2. Phineas Gage and The Loss of Emotional Capacity 15:45 - Chapter 3. Facial Expressions and Smiles in Particular 28:08 - Chapter 4. Question and Answer on Smiles 32:22 - Chapter 5. Non-Social Emotions: Fear 36:29 - Chapter 6. Social Emotions and Altruism Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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Lec 1 | MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005
 
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The Origins of the Space Shuttle View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/16-885F05 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 153975 MIT OpenCourseWare
Flood Depth Animation
 
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Animation of a design storm through the Ellalong Valley in NSW, Australia
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Lec 16 | MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005
 
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Guidance, Navigation and Control View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/16-885F05 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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2. Putting yourselves into other people's shoes
 
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Game Theory (ECON 159) At the start of the lecture, we introduce the "formal ingredients" of a game: the players, their strategies and their payoffs. Then we return to the main lessons from last time: not playing a dominated strategy; and putting ourselves into others' shoes. We apply these first to defending the Roman Empire against Hannibal; and then to picking a number in the game from last time. We learn that, when you put yourself in someone else's shoes, you should consider not only their goals, but also how sophisticated are they (are they rational?), and how much do they know about you (do they know that you are rational?). We introduce a new idea: the iterative deletion of dominated strategies. Finally, we discuss the difference between something being known and it being commonly known. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Recap of Previous Lecture: Prisoners' Dilemma and Payoffs 06:47 - Chapter 2. The Formal Ingredients of a Game 16:01 - Chapter 3. Weakly Dominant Strategies 35:29 - Chapter 4. Rationality and Common Knowledge 01:05:37 - Chapter 5. Common Knowledge vs. Mutual Knowledge Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Fall 2007.
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Dynamic Self Organisation of Ferrofluid
 
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Dynamic Self Organisation of Ferrofluid In this experiment Ferrofluid shows a continuos cycle of diffusion and concentration. Some thinner is added to a drop of ferrofluid which is on a dish over a permanent magnet. When spreading out, the thinner takes a low concentration of ferrofluid with it, too low to be bound to the magnet. The flow is limited by the wetting border of the spot. Increased evaporation increases the flow towards the border. At the end of its way, the concentration of the fluid is increased by evaporation, in a circle around the centre. At the according level of concentration the fluid on the circle joins to Rosensweig peaks, dots of further increased concentration. These peaks are sufficiently attracted to move back against the continuos outward flow, leaving a track of ferrofluid behind. Near the centre the peaks are repelled by the centre material which has the same magnetic orientation. In the flowing environment, with much thinner, the Rosensweig peaks "tunnel" to the centre, while the rest of the trace is repelled and partly washed away. With decreasing thinner and higher concentration, peaks are formed in the centre. The material is regrouped with new material returning to the centre. At the end the peaks at the centre stay separate and more peaks are joining. ------------------------------------------- Dynamische Selbstorganisation von Ferrofluid In diesem Experiment befindet sich Ferrofluid in einem kontinuierlichem Prozess von Diffusion und Konzentration. Einem Tropfen Ferrofluid, der sich auf einer Schale über einem Magneten befindet, wird etwas Verdünner hinzugefügt. Beim Ausbreiten führt der Verdünner etwas Ferrofluid mit sich, zu wenig um von Magneten festgehalten zu werden. Die Ausbreitung erfolgt bis zur Benetzungsgrenze. Eine erhöhte Verdunstung verstärkt dabei den Fluss nach außen. Am Ende des Wegs, auf einem Kreis um das Zentrum, wird die Konzentration der Flüssigkeit durch die Verdunstung erhöht. Bei der entsprechenden Konzentration bilden sich auf diesem Kreis Rosensweig Spitzen, Flecken mit weiter erhöhter Konzentration. Diese Flecken werden dann ausreichend stark angezogen, um gegen den kontinuierlichen, nach außen gerichteten Fluss, zur Mitte zurückzukehren. Sie hinterlassen dabei eine Spur von Ferrofluid. In der Nähe des Zentrums werden die Flecken vom Material im Zentrum abgestoßen, das die gleiche magnetische Orientierung hat. In der fließenden Umgebung mit viel Verdünner können die Rosensweig Spitzen zum Zentrum „tunneln", wobei ihre Spur abgestoßen und zum Teil weggespült wird. Mit der Abnahme des Verdünners und zunehmender Konzentration bilden sich im Zentrum Spitzen. Das Material im Zentrum wird mit neuem, zurückfließendem Material neu zu Spitzen gruppiert. Zum Schluss bleiben die Spitzen im Zentrum getrennt und neues Material bildet weitere Spitzen.
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Lecture - 28 Product & Process Design
 
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Lecture series on Project and Production Management by Prof. Arun kanda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Lecture - 38 Basic Inventory Principles
 
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Lecture series on Project and Production Management by Prof. Arun kanda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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20. The Good Life: Happiness
 
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Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 110) The last lecture in the course wraps up the discussion of clinical psychology with a discussion of treatment efficacy. Does therapy actually work? Professor Bloom summarizes the different types of influences that clinical interventions might have on people who receive therapy. Professor Bloom ends with a review of one of the most interesting research topics in "positive psychology," happiness. What makes us happy? How does happiness vary across person and culture? What is happiness for? Students will hear how the most recent research in psychology attempts to answer these questions and learn how people are surprisingly bad at predicting what will make them happiest. 00:00 - Chapter 1. How and Why Therapy Works 07:48 - Chapter 2. Question and Answer on Therapy 11:16 - Chapter 3. Happiness and Positive Psychology 18:58 - Chapter 4. Getting Used to Happiness 42:41 - Chapter 5. Closing Remarks Complete course materials are available at the Yale Online website: online.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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Lecture - 19 Image Enhancement
 
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Lecture Series on Digital Image Processing by Prof. P.K. Biswas , Department of Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering, I.I.T, Kharagpur . For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Lecture - 1 Introduction on Heat and Mass Transfer
 
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Lecture Series on Heat and Mass Transfer by Prof. S.P.Sukhatme and Prof. U.N.Gaitonde, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Bombay. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Home Repair & Remodeling : How to Troubleshoot Garage Door Openers
 
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If a garage door opener isn't working, check the remote control's battery and check the sensors on the opener itself. Stop a garage door from getting jammed with help from a home repair specialist and remodeling contractor in this free video on home improvement and maintenance. Expert: Tim Gipson Contact: www.inhisstepsremodeling.com Bio: Tim Gipson is a home repair specialist and remodeling contractor in Franklin, Tenn. Filmmaker: Tim Brown
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Lecture - 24 Automatic Generation Control
 
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Lecture Series on Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution by Prof.D.P.Kothari, Centre for Energy Studies, IIT Delhi For more details visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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the conduit wii
 
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the conduit wii gameplay video The Conduit is a futuristic first-person shooter built from the ground up exclusively for the Wii. The game is notable for the extreme focus on the game's visuals by the developer, using a Wii specific engine called Quantum3. This engine allows for "full 16-TEV stage material pipeline using up to eight texture sources and a host of innovative blend operations", and as also quoted in IGN's exclusive look at the game, the engine "allows the developer to create graphic effects normally seen on other consoles with vertex and pixel shaders -- specifically, dynamic bump-mapping (via tangent space normals or embossing), reflection and refraction (via real-time cube or spherical environmental maps), light / shadow maps, projected texture lights, specular and Fresnel effects, emissive and iridescent materials, advanced alpha blends, light beams / shafts, gloss and detail mapping, seamless resource streaming, projected shadows, heat distortion and motion blur, interactive water with dual-wave channels and complex surface effects, animated textures, and more." in this initial gameplay trailer, we follow the main character's introduction into an underground plot that may in fact take over Washington D.C. and eventually, the world. Within the trailer you can see the SCAR rifle in action, some quick pistol work, a few of the environments from the game, and some tricks involving the all-seeing eye.
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Python Design Patterns
 
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Design Patterns must be studied in the context on the language in which they'll get implemented (the Gang of Four made that point very strongly in their book, though almost everybody else seems not to have noticed). This talk explores several categories of classic "elementary" DPs in a Python context -- Creational, Masquerading, Adaptation, and Template. http://www.google.com/jobs/studentvideovig
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Google I/O 2008 - Design Patterns for Enhanced Accessibility
 
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Leveraging Web 2.0 Design Patterns For Enhanced Accessibility T. V. Raman (Google) HTML DOM+ JavaScript constitutes the assembly language of Web Applications. Access To Rich Internet Applications --- ARIA --- adds in a couple of additional op-codes for helping Web applications better communicate with adaptive technologies such as screenreaders. How do we now push the envelope with respect to Web applications and adaptive technologies such as screenreaders and self-voicing browsers in a manner similar to what we as Web developers have collectively achieved for the mainstream user? This session will demonstrate programming techniques that help Web developers experiment with and build in the latest accessibility techniques into their Web applications. We will base this session on project Google-AxsJAX. Developers should know JavaScript, but session doesn't require deep AJAX hackery.
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The role of leadership in software development
 
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Google Tech Talks May 6, 2008 ABSTRACT When you look around, there are a lot of leaders recommended for software development. We have the functional manager and the project manager, the scrum master and the black belt, the product owner and the customer-on-site, the technical leader and the architect, the product manager and the chief engineer. Clearly that's too many leaders. So how many leaders should there be, what should they do, what shouldn't they do, and what skills do they need? This will be a presentation and discussion of leadership roles in software development -- what works, what doesn't and why. Speaker: Mary Poppendieck Mary Poppendieck started her career as a process control programmer, moved on to manage the IT department of a manufacturing plant, and then ended up in product development, where she was both a product champion and department manager. Mary considered retirement 1998, but instead found herself managing a government software project where she first encountered the word "waterfall." When Mary compared her experience in successful software and product development to the prevailing opinions about how to manage software projects, she decided the time had come for a new paradigm. She wrote the award-winning book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit in 2003 to explain how the lean principles from manufacturing offer a better approach to software development. Over the past six years, Mary has found retirement elusive as she lectures and teaches classes with her husband Tom. Based on their on-going learning, they wrote a second book, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash in 2006. A popular writer and speaker, Mary continues to bring fresh perspectives to the world of software development. Speaker: Tom Poppendieck Tom Poppendieck has 25 years of experience in computing including eight years of work with object technology. His modeling and mentoring skills are rooted in his experience as a physics professor. His early work was in IT infrastructure, product development, and manufacturing support, and evolved to consulting project assignments in healthcare, logistics, mortgage banking, and travel services. Tom led the development of a world-class product data management practice for a major commercial avionics manufacturer that reduced design to production transition efforts from 6 months to 6 weeks. He also led the technical architecture team for very large national and international Baan and SAP implementations. Tom Poppendieck is an enterprise analyst and architect, and an agile process mentor. He focuses on identifying real business value and enabling product teams to realize that value. Tom specializes in understanding customer processes and in effective collaboration of customer, development and support specialists to maximize development efficiency, system flexibility, and business value. Tom is co-author of the book Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit, published in 2003, and its sequel, Implementing Lean Software Development: From Concept to Cash, published in 2006.
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Lecture - 4 Equilibrium Carrier Concentration
 
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Lecture Series on Solid State Devices by Dr.S.Karmalkar, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Lecture - 35 Non Traditional Manufacturing
 
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Lecture Series on Manufacturing Processes II by Prof.A.B.Chattopadhyay, Prof. A. K. Chattopadhyay and Prof. S. Paul,Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Photosynthesis (Light Reactions)
 
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The NDSU Virtual Cell Animation Project presents 'Photosynthesis - The Light Reactions'. For more information please see http://vcell.ndsu.edu/animations Photosynthesis is the means by which plants make use of chlorophyll and light to produce energy. This section covers the basic stages of the light reactions in the photosynthetic electron transport chain.
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Real-time Animation 3D Smoke Plume Jonathan Ruttle
 
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300 particles procedural animated to give an illusion of smoke like movement around a solid object, which can be moved, created using the XNA framework.
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Lecture - 11 Propeller Geometry Part - II
 
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Lecture Series on Performance of Marine Vehicles At Sea by Prof. S. C. Misra and Prof.D. Sen, Department of Ocean Engineering and Naval Architecture, IIT Kharagpur. For more Courses visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Kevin Kelly: The next 5,000 days of the web
 
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http://www.ted.com At the 2007 EG conference, Kevin Kelly shares a fun stat: The World Wide Web, as we know it, is only 5,000 days old. Now, Kelly asks, how can we predict what's coming in the next 5,000 days?
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Current and Voltage
 
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The fundamentals of current and voltage. Explanations of the units Amps, Volts, Coulombs per second and Joules per Coulomb. Helpful articles: http://www.matrix.edu.au/6-common-mistakes-hsc-physics-students-make-in-exams/ http://www.matrix.edu.au/how-to-achieve-99-95-atar/ http://www.matrix.edu.au/chemical-reactions-year-12-chemistry-students-must-k... http://www.matrix.edu.au/all-about-atar-scaling/
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Milken Educator Profile: Cheryl Seals Bruton (LA '05)
 
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To view a high-quality version of the video, click "watch in high quality" underneath the video. Cheryl Seals Bruton is a National Board Certified science teacher at Franklinton High School in Franklinton, Louisiana. An expert in water quality studies, Bruton's excitement and enthusiasm about the subject matter have helped boost student interest in environmental science, while her effective instructional strategies have helped raise achievement levels. This video, which features scenes from her classroom as well as comments from students and colleagues alike, shows why Bruton was one of the outstanding educators nationwide surprised in 2005 with a $25,000 Milken Educator Award. For more information, visit www.mff.org