• UML Class Diagram Tutorial
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    UML Class Diagram Tutorial

    Hi my name is Zach, and I’m with Lucidchart. Today I’ll be teaching you about UML Class Diagrams. We’ll start with some of the basic characteristics. Then we’ll talk about relationships. And we’ll finish up by going through some examples together. Alright, let’s talk about some of the basic characteristics of class diagrams. To help explain these characteristics, I’m going to make up an example to help illustrate. So let’s say we’re building a system for a zoo. And, by the way, these examples I’m going to use probably wouldn’t ever find their way into an actual program, but it’ll make all these concepts easier to understand. So in our…

  • Learning from the Best. Secrets of Success – 3
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    Learning from the Best. Secrets of Success – 3

    Namaskar. we are continuing with the secrets of success. Now is the third principle. The third principle is Tritiiyam Guru Pujanam. It means following the teacher. Not only following, but cultivating a special attitude towards the teacher. If you want to accomplish something great You must have a great teacher. You can learn yourself, Actually yourself, you don’t learn anything yourself. you always learn from the teacher. But the teacher may be internal, the teacher may be external. If you’re tenacious and you practice concentration, at some point your conscious and subconscious mind gets still. And you come in touch with the infinite portion of yourself. That infinite portion of…

  • Voice Teacher Reacts to Dimash Kudaibergen – SOS
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    Voice Teacher Reacts to Dimash Kudaibergen – SOS

    Hi my name is Sam Johnson and I am a voice teacher. To learn more about me or to sign up for lessons go to my website vocalease.net. I’m gonna be reacting to Dimash singing SOS. So confident. You can tell he knows he’s about to just do something cool. Nice French “R”. That “R” is kind of hard. In classical music usually they flip it they go pourquoi versus pourquoi in classical music. But he’s singing current music that little R is interesting it raises your tongue in the back, and then it just kind of buzzes with your hard palate. Cool, so he starts at the bottom. It’s…

  • Machine Learning – Part 5 – Human Body & Human Head Extraction – Flame 2020.2
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    Machine Learning – Part 5 – Human Body & Human Head Extraction – Flame 2020.2

    Hi everyone, Grant for the Flame Learning Channel. With the Flame 2020.2 update… Two new machine learning models… have been introduced into the Flame products. So part 5 in the Machine Learning Series… Introduces Human Body Extraction… And Human Head Extraction. Both machine learning models… allow Flame to look at an image… And identify parts of the human body. So Human Body Extraction attempts to identify the entire human structure… Whereas Human Head Extraction concentrates purely on the human Head. In both cases, you can then use the extraction… as part of a selective or composite. For example, you may need to roto someone in a shot… Or perhaps blur…

  • Introduction to Cells: The Grand Cell Tour
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    Introduction to Cells: The Grand Cell Tour

    Captions are on! Click “CC”at bottom right to turn off. Follow us on Twitter (@AmoebaSisters) and Facebook! If you had to think about the most exciting day you ever had in a science classroom, which day would that be? Looking back through the years—we have a few. The time we participated in an earthworm dissection. The time we took apart an owl pellet. The osmosis eggs. All of the fruit flies in genetic experiments. Oh, I could go on, but I will never forget one day in my 9th grade science class. My teacher brought in pond water. And I put one drop of pond water on a microscope slide…

  • How to Make a Neural Network – Intro to Deep Learning #2
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    How to Make a Neural Network – Intro to Deep Learning #2

    How do we learn? Although times may change, some concepts stay the same. Unchanging, information outlasts the body. It’s stored in our brain, but can be passed down from generation to generation. Our brain is capable of synthesizing the diverse set of inputs we call our five senses, and from them, creating a hierarchy of concepts. If we’re lucky, we can learn a task while being supervised by a teacher directly. While interacting with our environment, we can feel our surroundings, see our obstacles and try to predict the next steps. If we try at first and fail, that’s okay. Through the process of trial and error, we can learn…

  • Hydrocarbon Cracking & Why It Is Done | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool
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    Hydrocarbon Cracking & Why It Is Done | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

    In this video you will learn about the process of cracking, how it is carried out and why it is done. From our video on fractional distillation, you should know that crude oil is a mixture of hydrocarbons with different carbon chain lengths. Smaller hydrocarbons have a lower boiling point and are more volatile, making them easy to ignite and more useful as fuels. Large hydrocarbons have a higher boiling point and are harder to ignite – they are not as useful as fuels. We use a lot of fuels in our day to day lives, driving cars, aeroplanes, Lorries and even heating our homes. This means there is a…

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    Creative Curriculum | Teaching Mathematics with Paint 3D

    Hi, I’m José, Learning Consultant at Microsoft and in this series we’re going to be looking at using 3D in education. 3D content is proven to increase understanding and comprehension of subjects. So I’ve come here to Microsoft’s Paint 3D Studio to discover some of the fun and engaging ways you can introduce easy 3D creation in the classroom. There is a video for each of the STEAM topics and in this episode we’re looking at Maths. I’m joined here today by Danielle, Paint 3D’s Senior Program Manager and we’re here to find out more ways in which we can use Paint 3D and maths in the classroom. – Exactly.…