The actuarial control cycle is a specific business activity which involves the application of actuarial science to real world business problems. The actuarial control cycle requires a professional within that field (i.e., an actuary) to specify a problem, develop a solution, monitor the consequences thereof, and repeat the process. The Society of Actuaries in the US is increasingly integrating the actuarial control cycle into the examination/qualification process as a framework that helps to define actuarial projects. (Wikipedia).

The Step Response | Control Systems in Practice

Check out the other videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn8PRpmsu08pFBqgd_6Bi7msgkWFKL33b This video covers a few interesting things about the step response. We’ll look at what a step response is and some of the ways it can be used to specify design requirements f

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Everything You Need to Know About Control Theory

Control theory is a mathematical framework that gives us the tools to develop autonomous systems. Walk through all the different aspects of control theory that you need to know. Some of the concepts that are covered include: - The difference between open-loop and closed-loop control - How

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Eigenvalues and Modes of Linear Systems

In this video we discuss how the eigenvalues of the A matrix lead to the modes of a linear state space system. We will also examine how to chose initial conditions to excite a specific mode. In other words, we use a carefully chosen initial condition to ensure that the state response of

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Stability and Eigenvalues [Control Bootcamp]

Here we discuss the stability of a linear system (in continuous-time or discrete-time) in terms of eigenvalues. Later, we will actively modify these eigenvalues, and hence the dynamics, with feedback control. Chapters available at: http://databookuw.com/databook.pdf These lectures follo

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What Are Non-Minimum Phase Systems? | Control Systems in Practice

Check out the other videos in the series: Part 1 - What Does a Controls Engineer Do? https://youtu.be/ApMz1-MK9IQ Part 2 - What Is Gain Scheduling? https://youtu.be/YiUjAV1bhKs Part 3 - What Is Feedforward Control? https://youtu.be/FW_ay7K4jPE Part 4 - Why Time Delay Matters https://youtu.

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What Control Systems Engineers Do | Control Systems in Practice

The work of a control systems engineer involves more than just designing a controller and tuning it. Over the course of a project, designing the controller might be a relatively small part of your day-to-day job. Depending on the size and phase of the project, your responsibilities and the

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Simulating in Real Time: Hydraulic Actuator

Get a Free Trial: https://goo.gl/C2Y9A5 Get Pricing Info: https://goo.gl/kDvGHt Ready to Buy: https://goo.gl/vsIeA5 Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hydraulic aileron actuation system is simulated on a real-time target. For more video

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Lecture 46: The entire semester in 46 minutes and 2 seconds - Richard Buckland

First year computing in summary. Everything we did so far. A lot of what and a bit of why. Also richard gets rick rolled. The course soundtrack https://wiki.cse.unsw.edu.au/cs1917cgi/08s1/SoundTrack And potatoes.

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Controllability and the Discrete-Time Impulse Response [Control Bootcamp]

This lecture derives the impulse response for a discrete-time system and relates this to the controllability matrix. Chapters available at: http://databookuw.com/databook.pdf These lectures follow Chapter 8 from: "Data-Driven Science and Engineering: Machine Learning, Dynamical Systems,

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Stanford Seminar - Multiscale Dataflow Computing: Competitive Advantage at the Exascale Frontier

EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar Multiscale Dataflow Computing: Competitive Advantage at the Exascale Frontier Speaker: Brian Boucher, Maxeler Technologies Maxeler Multiscale Dataflow computing is at the leading edge of energy-efficient high performance computing, providing c

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Mathematica User Story: Francois Roth

Francois Roth describes how he uses Mathematica in his current positioning to fulfill his responsibilities in data processing, management control, actuary, finance, results and balances. In French.

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Republicans' Many Plans to Replace Obamacare

What policy changes would be minimally necessary for Republicans to claim that they've succeeded in "replacing" Obamacare? Health wonk and Incidental Economist Editor Adrianna McIntyre asked what would be seen as sufficient to rebrand the law. Let's discuss. This is Healthcare Triage News.

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What is Health Insurance, and Why Do You Need It?: Health Care Triage #2

In this episode of Healthcare Triage, Dr. Aaron Carroll gets some surprised questions from "friend of Obama" John Green who is still waiting for his big government giveaway . Unfortunately, insurance still costs money, and it's still really complicated. Aaron explains how the insurance sys

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10 Tips and Tricks I Wish I Knew Before Becoming An Actuarial Science Major (Actuary Major)

In this video I want to tell you all the advice that I wish I knew before I became an actuarial science major. Being an actuary major isn't easy, it's even harder when you don't know these 10 pieces of advice I wish I knew before becoming an actuarial science major. Some of the links bel

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Actuarial Science For Math Majors

Some of the links below are affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. If you purchase through these links, it won't cost you any additional cash, but it will help to support my channel. Thank you! ►PRODUCT RECOMMENDATIONS https://www.amazon.com/shop/brithem

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Actuarial Science Mistakes (Watch out for these!)

If you’ve seen some of my other videos on actuarial science you’ll know I have plenty of thoughts on the subject. What you might not know is I actually have a ton of regrets to go along with them. These are my top regrets on actuarial science. Putting way too much pressure on myself to p

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Drilling Systems Modeling & Automation, Part 5: Supervisory Logic Design

This is part of a series. View the full playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn8PRpmsu08r0OZIcsfypveUt7GbxRqTN Drilling systems of today are designed around the human operator; the human verifies that equipment is reacting per applied set-points and interprets sensor readouts

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Live CEOing Ep 464: Language Design in Wolfram Language [DateObjects & More WFR Suggestions]

In this episode of Live CEOing, Stephen Wolfram discusses upcoming improvements and functionality to the Wolfram Language. If you'd like to contribute to the discussion in future episodes, you can participate through this YouTube channel or through the official Twitch channel of Stephen Wo

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Why Time Delay Matters | Control Systems in Practice

Time delays are inherent to dynamic systems. If you’re building a controller for a dynamic system, it’s going to have to account for delay in some way. Time-Delay Systems: Analysis and Design with MATLAB and Simulink: http://bit.ly/2C354yp Time delays exist in two varieties: signal dist

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5 High Paying Jobs For Math Majors (That Aren't Teaching)

As requested, here is my list of high paying/in demand careers for mathematics majors that have (almost) nothing to do with teaching. Happy earning fellow math majors! 1. Actuary Actuaries essentially put a price tag on uncertainty.Actuaries use lots of probability theory, financial math

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