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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 2S03Jacques CaretteFall

COMPSCI 2S03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The C Programming Language, C Standard Library, Machine Code

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6 Sep 2018
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1. 2: hardware and software: computers process data under the control of sequences of instructions called computer programs, converting languages into
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Ipython, Matplotlib

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Histogram, Docstring, Shopping List

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Coordinated Universal Time, Xml, Plaintext

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cardinality, Empty Set

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Standard-Definition Television, Plaintext, Ipython

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Octal, Hexadecimal

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9 Apr 2018
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For this code, it would go from leftmost digit to rightmost taking 2 to the power of the length of the list minus the spot that the 1 or 0 is in the li
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Code Coverage, Empty String, Unit Testing

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9 Apr 2018
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Testing - determines if a program works as intended. Do(cid:374) t rely o(cid:374) k(cid:374)owi(cid:374)g the progra(cid:373)"s sour(cid:272)e (cid:27
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Taxicab Geometry, Unsupervised Learning, Feature Vector

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Interval Arithmetic, Real Number

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9 Apr 2018
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There are some rational numbers that cannot be written with a finite number of digits. All decimals without a finite decimal representation will not ha
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Infinite Loop, For Loop, Type Conversion

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Macos, Nosql, Postgresql

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9 Apr 2018
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Data is stored in files and loaded as needed, however the data can be larger than the available memory. There is no need to explicitly open files and r
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mim-104 Patriot, Quadratic Equation, Numerical Stability

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Scipy, Data Element, Feature Vector

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9 Apr 2018
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Goal: - come up with a rule that classifies inputs based on the classes in the training. We can first convert each animal"s features into a feature vec
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dynamic Programming, Exponential Growth, Firstclass

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9 Apr 2018
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Dynamic programming - remembers intermediate solutions to save on recursion. Infinite recursion occurs when there is a missing base case, or the base c
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Memory Address, Method Overriding, Init

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9 Apr 2018
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Operand, Flowchart, Ipython

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9 Apr 2018
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Evaluates the left operand if the condition b, a boolean expression is true, otherwise the right operand e if b is false. A and b true if a and b are t
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: String Literal, Tuple, Substring

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9 Apr 2018
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Comments - explanatory comments that will not be executed. Bool is another scalar object type in python with two possible values: true and false. Doubl
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Newline, Standard Streams, Empty String

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9 Apr 2018
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The [prompt] is optional, if it is included, it is printed to the screen. A line is read from the user and returned as a string. If the prompt is prese
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Defensive Programming, Unit Testing

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9 Apr 2018
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Debugging - trying to fix a program that you already know has a bug. You need a test case that reliably fails. Try to understand the internal state of
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Scipy, Matplotlib, Mean Squared Error

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9 Apr 2018
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Goal: come up with a rule that predicts the output values based on the values in the training data. If we have a set of data points (x1,y1),(x2,y2) we
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MCMASTERCOMPSCI 1MD3Emil SekerinskiWinter

COMPSCI 1MD3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Programming Paradigm, Exponentiation, Guido Van Rossum

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25 Jan 2018
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Algorithms - a sequence of instructions executed by a machine when provided input and eventually stops and produces output. Need to be precise (unambig
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 2AB3Mohamed ShehataSpring

COMMERCE 2AB3 Lecture 2: Manufacturing Company Costs

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11 Jan 2018
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Having different cost classifications to serve (achieve) different purposes (objectives) Product costing ( calculating the cost of production) Decision
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MCMASTERCOMMERCE 2AB3Mohamed ShehataSpring

COMMERCE 2AB3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Financial Statement, Management Accounting, Income Statement

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11 Jan 2018
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To provide stakeholders with useful information about a business enterprise in order to help them make rational economic decisions. Stakeholders - anyo
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Semivowel, Liquid Consonant, Mid Vowel

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26 Dec 2017
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Sonorants, voiced, can be the nucleus of a syllable. Are described in the order of height, backness, tenseness, roundness. Tense vowels - more vocal tr
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Coronal Consonant, Sibilant, Vocal Tract

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26 Dec 2017
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Place of articulation - where in the vocal tract is the obstruction. Manner of articulation - how is the vocal tract obstructed. Consonants are describ
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Syllable Weight, Syllabic Consonant, Sonorant

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26 Dec 2017
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Most vowels get reduced to [ ] in unstressed sylla(cid:271)les. Stress - stressed syllables are more prominent, as in longer, louder and higher in pitc
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Vocal Tract, Sonorant, Lax Pair

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26 Dec 2017
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Sounds can vary in many ways e. g please with voiced l or voiceless l, however this is the same word either way. Some sound variation is meaningful and
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sonorant, Voicelessness, Dental And Alveolar Flaps

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26 Dec 2017
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Processes - articulatory adjustments that occur during production of connected speech. Source - segment where the feature originated from. Target - seg
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Childrens Hospital, Affix, English Compound

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26 Dec 2017
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neurotypical, Grammaticality, Pragmatics

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26 Dec 2017
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Mental grammar - knowing how to make sounds, how to create words and sentences, and what they mean, shared system between people"s minds that allow the
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Scottish English, Nasal Vowel, Syllabic Consonant

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26 Dec 2017
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[a] and [ ] a(cid:396)e o(cid:374)ly used i(cid:374) diphtho(cid:374)gs, a(cid:374)d (cid:271)efo(cid:396)e [ ] (cid:894)e. g (cid:894)fa(cid:396), (ci
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Circumfix, Allomorph

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26 Dec 2017
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Word -form of a word + meaning, something that links a form with a meaning. Words are free because they can appear in isolation. Words can be part of t
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Inflection, Epenthesis, Canadian English

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9 Dec 2017
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One kind of english is considered basic, and all other englishes are departures from it. Across english dialects, vowels vary more than consonants, sin
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Gingham, Hyponymy And Hypernymy, Comparative Linguistics

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9 Dec 2017
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Anglo-Saxons, Early Modern English, Great Vowel Shift

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9 Dec 2017
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1z03 chapter 9: a brief history of english. Old english spoken between 700 and 1100 ad. English is a germanic language belonging to indo-european langu
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Margaret Wente, Newfoundland English, Newfie

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9 Dec 2017
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joule, Dental And Alveolar Flaps, Vocal Folds

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9 Dec 2017
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Phonemes - s(cid:373)allest u(cid:374)its of a speaker"s (cid:373)e(cid:374)tal represe(cid:374)tatio(cid:374) Continuants - articulated with a free fl
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Deixis, Phrasal Verb, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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9 Dec 2017
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Derivational affixes - letters/structures that can occur at either the beginning or the end of a word (e. g un+law+ful) Collocations - patterns of word
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Phonology, Allophone, Phoneme

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9 Dec 2017
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It is impossible to remove all variation from our speech, as there is inevitable variation in the physiological mechanics and physical conditions of ou
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