# Class Notes for 18.095 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Positive And Negative Syndrome Scale, Aripiprazole, Bernoulli Distribution

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To be approved by the fda, the clinical trials must demonstrate that the drug is more performant than the placebo. In principle, we can extrapolate as

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Tennis: 3 or 5 sets in a match. Michael brenner: sports competitions and the binomial distribution. Many sporting events have play-offs designed to nd

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Linking Number

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How to detect if a given closed loop in three dimensional space is knotted and how to understand if one closed loop is deformable to another. Things we

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Singular Value Decomposition, Symmetric Matrix, Gilbert Strang

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The matrix q and its inverse rotate the matrix d by different angles. Example: and we want to get a symmetric matrix out of it, namely a a. We then wan

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Smoothness

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David spivak a category-theoretic approach to understanding the steady states of coupled dynamic systems. Information is coupled, meaning it is owing f

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Transport Layer Security, Block Cipher Mode Of Operation, Forward Secrecy

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Completely secure if used properly; acts as a random mapping. Extremely insecure if used improperly, such as using a two-times pad. Key distribution an

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Trefoil Knot, Hermann Von Helmholtz, Solomon Lefschetz

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## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Continuous Function, Step Function, Oliver Heaviside

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Steven johnson: delta functions and distributions: when functions have no value(s) A point charge is a hypothetical charge located at a single point in

View Document## 18.095 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bipartite Graph, Graph Matching, Lattice Path

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How many ways are there to tile a chessboard. Enumerating tilings by hand is hopeless but there is an easier way. Counting vertex-disjoint lattice path

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