In financial mathematics, acceptance set is a set of acceptable future net worth which is acceptable to the regulator. It is related to risk measures. (Wikipedia).

"How to write Acceptance Tests" describes the use of Automated Acceptance Tests, an important tool in evaluating our software. These tests are focussed on answering questions like "Does our software do what our users want and expect?". Software Development teams have been trying to achieve

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Set Theory (Part 2): ZFC Axioms

Please feel free to leave comments/questions on the video and practice problems below! In this video, I introduce some common axioms in set theory using the Zermelo-Fraenkel w/ choice (ZFC) system. Five out of nine ZFC axioms are covered and the remaining four will be introduced in their

From playlist Set Theory by Mathoma

The perfect number of axioms | Axiomatic Set Theory, Section 1.1

In this video we introduce 6 of the axioms of ZFC set theory. My Twitter: https://twitter.com/KristapsBalodi3 Intro: (0:00) The Axiom of Existence: (2:39) The Axiom of Extensionality: (4:20) The Axiom Schema of Comprehension: (6:15) The Axiom of Pair (12:16) The Axiom of Union (15:15) T

From playlist Axiomatic Set Theory

Introduction to Sets and Set Notation

This video defines a set, special sets, and set notation.

From playlist Sets (Discrete Math)

Introduction to sets || Set theory Overview - Part 1

A set is the mathematical model for a collection of different things; a set contains elements or members, which can be mathematical objects of any kind: numbers, symbols, points in space, lines, other geometrical shapes, variables, or even other #sets. The #set with no element is the empty

From playlist Set Theory

MF150: What exactly is a set? | Data Structures in Mathematics Math Foundations | NJ Wildberger

What exactly is a set?? This is a crucial question in the modern foundations of mathematics. Here we begin an examination of this thorny issue, first by discussing the usual English usage of the term, as well as alternate terms, such as collection, aggregate, bunch, class, menagerie etc th

From playlist Math Foundations

What is the complement of a set? Sets in mathematics are very cool, and one of my favorite thins in set theory is the complement and the universal set. In this video we will define complement in set theory, and in order to do so you will also need to know the meaning of universal set. I go

From playlist Set Theory

Webinar: If I build it, will they come? Understanding Product-Market Fit

Learn more at: https://stanford.io/370yNcZ So your company has a product idea. How do you know if this product is worth building? Will there be a demand for it? Enter: product-market fit. Put simply, product-market fit means that there are enough people out there who will buy what your c

From playlist Leadership & Management

Theory of Computation 14. Decidability ADUni

From playlist [Shai Simonson]Theory of Computation

Theory of Computation 13. The Halting Problem aduni

From playlist [Shai Simonson]Theory of Computation

Computation Ep9, NFAs (Feb 4, 2022)

This is a recording of a live class for Math 3342, Theory of Computation, an undergraduate course for math and computer science majors at Fairfield University, Spring 2022. The course is about finite automata, Turing machines, and related topics. Homework and handouts at the class websi

From playlist Math 3342 (Theory of Computation) Spring 2022

Regular language closure properties: Theory of Computation (Feb 9 2021)

Closure poperties of regular languages! This is a recording of a live class for Math 3342, Theory of Computation, an undergraduate course for math & computer science majors at Fairfield University, Spring 2021. Class website: http://cstaecker.fairfield.edu/~cstaecker/courses/2021s3342/

From playlist Math 3342 (Theory of Computation) Spring 2021

Computation Ep7, Regular language complement & intersections (Feb 1, 2022)

This is a recording of a live class for Math 3342, Theory of Computation, an undergraduate course for math and computer science majors at Fairfield University, Spring 2022. The course is about finite automata, Turing machines, and related topics. Homework and handouts at the class websi

From playlist Math 3342 (Theory of Computation) Spring 2022

2. Nondeterminism, Closure Properties, Conversion of Regular Expressions to FA

MIT 18.404J Theory of Computation, Fall 2020 Instructor: Michael Sipser View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/18-404JF20 YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUl4u3cNGP60_JNv2MmK3wkOt9syvfQWY Quickly reviewed last lecture. Introduced nondeterministic finite aut

From playlist MIT 18.404J Theory of Computation, Fall 2020

Computation Ep6, more DFAs formally (Jan 26, 2022)

This is a recording of a live class for Math 3342, Theory of Computation, an undergraduate course for math and computer science majors at Fairfield University, Spring 2022. The course is about finite automata, Turing machines, and related topics. Homework and handouts at the class websi

From playlist Math 3342 (Theory of Computation) Spring 2022

MIT 18.404J Theory of Computation, Fall 2020 Instructor: Michael Sipser View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/18-404JF20 YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUl4u3cNGP60_JNv2MmK3wkOt9syvfQWY Quickly reviewed last lecture. Showed that natural numbers and real n

From playlist MIT 18.404J Theory of Computation, Fall 2020

Theory of Computation 12. Turing Machines ADUni

From playlist [Shai Simonson]Theory of Computation

Set Theory (Part 2b): The Bogus Universal Set

Please feel free to leave comments/questions on the video below! In this video, I argue against the existence of the set of all sets and show that this claim is provable in ZFC. This theorem is very much tied to the Russell Paradox, besides being one of the problematic ideas in mathematic

From playlist Set Theory by Mathoma

Theory of Computation 2. Closure and Nondeterminism ADUni

From playlist [Shai Simonson]Theory of Computation