SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis - John Mayhew

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Goodness-of-fit Criteria for Broadband Synthetic Seismograms, With Application to the 2008 Mw5.4 Chino Hills, CA, Earthquake: John Mayhew, M.S. Candidate, Department of Geological Sciences, San Diego State University, Advisor Dr. Kim Bak Olsen - We present a goodness-of-fit measure for broadband ground motion time histories. As is the case with the goodness-of-fit measure proposed by Anderson (2004), our method includes a set of user-weighted metrics such as peak ground motions, response...

Piston Rotary Engine - THREEE CHIDOT - RELATIVE motion (animation & diagram)

submitted by: synison

THE DOT project -
THREEE CHIDOT as application example of THE DOT concept -
THREEE CHIDOT operation - explanatory video & diagram

What is a flag vector?

submitted by: peter.krautzberger

This is a talk by Axel Werner of Technische Universität Berlin / Zuse Institute Berlin, given at the "What is ...?" seminar at the Freie Universität Berlin on June 5, 2009, https://www.math.fu-berlin.de/w/Math/WhatIsSeminar .

Statistical Analysis and Data Mining

submitted by: TimHowles
Presented by John Elder, Elder Research, Inc. and the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA. John Elder and Elsevier Publishers are delighted to present this short video, extracted from training material produced by Elder Research, Inc. In this video, John introduces some of the mistakes to avoid during the data mining process. This video will be of interest to business intelligence organisations and financial analysts, but also to anyone needing to extract information from large...

THE DOT project EVOLUTION !

submitted by: synison

THE DOT project

- in this research project we try to determine the simplest possible engine which can perform any required cycle, thermodynamic or not, even a complicated one, such as one with an odd number of asymmetrical strokes

What is a Goppa Code?

submitted by: peter.krautzberger

This is a talk by Nathan Ilten of Freie Universität Berlin / Berlin Mathematical School, given at the "What is ...?" seminar at the Freie Universität Berlin on May 27, 2009, https://www.math.fu-berlin.de/w/Math/WhatIsSeminar .