Actor model (computer science) | Process calculi

The actor model and process calculi share an interesting history and co-evolution. (Wikipedia).

Researcher: Avatars Changing How We Relate in Workplace

Stanford Communication Professor Byron Reeves discusses why avatars are likely to be as much of a hit on the job as they are at the box office. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford News: http://news.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube: http://

From playlist Stanford News 2010

Relevance model 1: Bernoulli sets vs. multinomial urns

[http://bit.ly/RModel] Relevance model is the language model of the relevant class. In this video we look at the difference between the multinomial model (the one used in relevance models) and the multiple-Bernoulli model, which forms the basis for the classical probabilistic models.

From playlist IR18 Relevance Model

MWRC 2011 - Modeling concurrency in Ruby and beyond

By, Ilya Grigorik The world of concurrent computation is a complicated one. We have to think about the hardware, the runtime, and even choose between half a dozen different models and primitives: fork/wait, threads, shared memory, message passing, semaphores, and transactions just to name

From playlist MWRC 2011

The Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST) at Caltech

Caltech's Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST) is an interdisciplinary research center focused on developing autonomous systems that think, act and assist independently, expanding the scope of human possibility to solve problems, as well as the range of exploration in extr

From playlist Research & Science

Lecture 2: The Curry-Howard correspondence

This talk gives an elementary introduction to some central ideas in the theory of computation, including lambda calculus and its relation to category theory. The aim was to get to the statement of the Curry-Howard correspondence, but we ran out of time; at some point there will be another

From playlist Topos theory seminar

Branimir Cacic, Classical gauge theory on quantum principalbundles

Noncommutative Geometry Seminar (Europe), 20 October 2021

From playlist Global Noncommutative Geometry Seminar (Europe)

How to Program the Many Cores For Inconsistency Robustness

(January 12, 2011) Carl Hewitt gives a presentation addressing the current state of Moore's Law and looks at how Alan Turing's Model of Computation relates to this. He shows how this law can be applied to small system as well as very small systems. Stanford University: http://www.stanfor

From playlist Engineering

More Info: http://www.caltech.edu/news/caltech-launches-new-autonomous-systems-research-center-80164 Watch as the Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies comes to life on Caltech's campus.

From playlist Caltech's Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST)

Digital Domain Brings Virtual Humans To Life With Machine Learning

Darren Hendler and Doug Roble from the Digital Human Group at Digital Domain share how they are making real-time photo-realistic digital humans possible using machine learning, Unreal Engine and NVIDIA RTX GPUs. Learn more: https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2019/10/10/machine-learning-digital-

From playlist AI Research

Human or Machine? The Incredibly Life-Like Android Robots From Japan

A new exhibition entitled "Android: What is Human?" launching tomorrow at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Tokyo will showcase some of the most realistic humanoid robots that have ever been seen.

From playlist Robots, AI, and human-machine interfaces

Erik van Erp: Pseudodifferential Calculi and Groupoids

In recent work Debord and Skandalis realized pseudodifferential operators (on an arbitrary Lie groupoid G) as integrals of certain smooth kernels on the adiabatic groupoid of G. We propose an alternative definition of pseudodifferential calculi (including nonstandard calculi like the Heise

From playlist HIM Lectures: Trimester Program "Non-commutative Geometry and its Applications"

From the Interactive Media and Games Seminar Series; Nathan Altice, a Teaching Professor, Computational Media at the Jack Baskin School of Engineering, UCSC examines how consumer electronics press have grouped videogamesâ€™ historical timeline into discrete generations and while these genera

From playlist Interactive Media & Games Seminars Fall 2016

GARCH Model : Time Series Talk

All about the GARCH model in Time Series Analysis!

From playlist Time Series Analysis

Lecture 3: Monads and programs

In this talk Will Troiani gives an introduction to category theory and monads, and following Moggi explains how monads appear in the context of functional programming. The lecture notes are available here: http://therisingsea.org/notes/ch2018-lecture3.pdf. For the general seminar webpage

From playlist Topos theory seminar

Eugenio Orlandelli: Proof theory for quantified monotone modal logics

The lecture was held within the framework of the Hausdorff Trimester Program: Types, Sets and Constructions. Abstract: This paper provides the first proof-theoretic study of quantified non-normal modal logics. It introduces labelled sequent calculi for the first order extension, both wit

From playlist Workshop: "Proofs and Computation"

Actor Critic Methods Are Easy With Keras

Today you'll see how to code an Actor Critic Deep Reinforcement Learning Agent in the Keras Framework. You'll also get to see how we can implement custom loss functions in Keras, which isn't something I've seen widely talked about. Actor Critic Methods are a type of temporal difference po

From playlist Get Started with Actor Critic and Policy Gradient Methods

Everything You Need To Master Actor Critic Methods | Tensorflow 2 Tutorial

In this brief tutorial you're going to learn the fundamentals of deep reinforcement learning, and the basic concepts behind actor critic methods. We'll cover the Markov decision process, the agent's policy, reward discounting and why it's necessary, and the actor critic algorithm. We'll im

From playlist Get Started with Actor Critic and Policy Gradient Methods

Latent Growth Curve Modeling | Part 1

In the second installment of this video series, I will discuss the essential concepts in Growth Curve Modeling.

From playlist Growth Curve Models

ElixirConf 2015 - Keynote: Elixir Should Take Over the World by Jessica Kerr

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From playlist ElixirConf 2015