In computer architecture, 45-bit integers, memory addresses, or other data units are those that are 45 bits wide. Also, 45-bit central processing unit (CPU) and arithmetic logic unit (ALU) architectures are those that are based on registers, address buses, or data buses of that size. (Wikipedia).

Computer Basics: What Is a Computer?

Computers are all around us, and they play an important role in our lives. But what exactly is a computer? We're going to answer that question and give you an overview of some of the different types of computers you might use. 0:00 Intro 0:22 Ones and zeros 0:39 Hardware and software 1:0

From playlist Starting out with Technology

How we represent numbers in computers. Part of a larger series teaching programming. Visit codeschool.org Twitter: @brianwill

From playlist Numbers as bits

Bitwise Operators 2: The OR Operation

This computer science video describes the bitwise operation OR. It explains how the OR operation works with unsigned integers and how the OR operation can be used with a bitmask to manipulate the contents of a register containing bit flags. The equivalent OR operators are demonstrated i

From playlist Bitwise Operators

Computer History - 1954 - IBM 704 vacuum tube based computer (floating point, scientific)

Computer History from 1954 showing the IBM 704 computer control panel and operator. Updated Narration. History lore says Arthur C. Clark witnessed the computer used to reproduce the song "Daisy" and this became an inspiration for his use of the song in "2001: A Space Odyssey". Introdu

From playlist Computer History: Early IBM computers 1944 to 1970's

Computer Science Basics: Binary

We use computers every day, but how often do we stop and think, “How do they do what they do?” This video series explains some of the core concepts behind computer science. To view the entire playlist, visit https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpQQipWcxwt-Q9izCl0mm-QZ4seuBdUtr. We hop

From playlist Computer Science Basics

Binary 4 – Floating Point Binary Fractions 1

This is the fourth in a series of videos about the binary number system which is fundamental to the operation of a digital electronic computer. In particular, this video covers the representation of real numbers using floating point binary notation. It begins with a description of standard

From playlist Binary

What is the derivative of tan x? - Week 6 - Lecture 4 - Mooculus

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From playlist Ohio State: Jim Fowler's Calculus One Lectures | CosmoLearning Mathematics

Building an 8-bit register - 8-bit register - Part 4

In this video, we'll build the first of three 8-bit registers used in the 8-bit computer! Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beneater You can get all the components used in this video from any online electronic components distributor for a few dollars. See https://eater.net/

From playlist Building an 8-bit breadboard computer!

How Small Is It - 06 - Superposition and Quantum Entanglement

Text - http://howfarawayisit.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Quantum-Entangelment.pdf Music free version - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkyYzxGfrY8&list=PLpH1IDQEoE8RiR--hBPa5w_vG-tDZCuYl ERROR at 26:00. Equation is wrong. See fix at https://youtu.be/Vg0qO4Neiq4 Index - http://howfarawa

From playlist How Small Is It

How do Flies Navigate (Lecture 2) by Larry Abbott

PROGRAM ICTP-ICTS WINTER SCHOOL ON QUANTITATIVE SYSTEMS BIOLOGY (ONLINE) ORGANIZERS: Vijaykumar Krishnamurthy (ICTS-TIFR, India), Venkatesh N. Murthy (Harvard University, USA), Sharad Ramanathan (Harvard University, USA), Sanjay Sane (NCBS-TIFR, India) and Vatsala Thirumalai (NCBS-TIFR,

From playlist ICTP-ICTS Winter School on Quantitative Systems Biology (ONLINE)

Quadratic Graphs | Revision for Maths GCSE and IGCSE

I want to help you achieve the grades you (and I) know you are capable of; these grades are the stepping stone to your future. Even if you don't want to study science or maths further, the grades you get now will open doors in the future. To sign up to the mailing list for discount codes

From playlist GCSE Maths Revision | Algebra

1960s IBM 1401 Miniature Mainframe

A showcase for the miniature IBM 1401 I made to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Scratch build 1 : 15 scale model entirely made by hand. To see more: https://www.instagram.com/miniatua

From playlist IBM 1401 at the Computer History Museum

This is my 15 kilobyte progress. I tried to make this game demo as efficient as I could. It was just a personal challenge to make it a small file. All textures are coded in the file. I would like to make it a full level with 3d rigged enemies and sound for under 100k. Programmed in C++ and

From playlist 3D Programming

Lec 11 | MIT 18.085 Computational Science and Engineering I

Initial value problems: wave equation and heat equation A more recent version of this course is available at: http://ocw.mit.edu/18-085f08 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu

From playlist MIT 18.085 Computational Science & Engineering I, Fall 2007

Versalog-style Root Scales (R1, R2)

Here I explain how to use the R1 and R2 root scales on a Versalog slide rule. These scales replace A and B on the Versalog and some similar slide rules. You can use them for squares and square roots as well as circle area computation combined with DF. Slide Rule Playlist (starts with basi

From playlist All Slide Rule Videos

Stanford Seminar - How to Compute with Schrödinger's Cat: An Introduction to Quantum Computing

"How to Compute with Schrödinger's Cat: An Introduction to Quantum Computing" - Eleanor Rieffel of NASA Ames Research & Wolfgang Polak, Independent Consultant About the talk: The success of the abstract model of classical computation in terms of bits, logical operations, algorithms, and

From playlist Engineering

DIY X-ray CT scanner controlled by an Arduino

I built a CT scanner from an x-ray tube that I bought on eBay, a stepper motor, a large ring bearing, and an Arduino. I used a phosphor screen and my camera to capture x-ray shadow images of a frozen chicken, while the Arduino and stepper motor rotated the chicken by 8 degrees between shot

From playlist X-ray

Binary 5 – Floating Point Range versus Precision

This is the fifth in a series of videos about the binary number system which is fundamental to the operation of a digital electronic computer. In particular, this video elaborates on the representation of real numbers using floating point binary notation. It explains how the relative allo

From playlist Binary

16: Basis Sets - Intro to Neural Computation

MIT 9.40 Introduction to Neural Computation, Spring 2018 Instructor: Michale Fee View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/9-40S18 YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUl4u3cNGP61I4aI5T6OaFfRK2gihjiMm Two-layer feed-forward networks, matrix transformations, basis

From playlist MIT 9.40 Introduction to Neural Computation, Spring 2018