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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - String Theory, Monty Python, Real Number

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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Equals Sign, Concatenation, Newline

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19 Jun 2018
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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pycharm, Machine Code, Negative Number

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19 Jun 2018
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It has a relatively simple syntax, or set of rules that programmers must follow when writing programs in the language. With python you can write very s
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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Body Mass Index, Code Reuse, Boolean Expression

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19 Jun 2018
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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Lecture 1: Unit 1: What is Computational Thinking - 1

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9 Jun 2018
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SBUCSE 101Kevin Mc DonnellSpring

CSE 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Von Neumann Architecture, Advanced Micro Devices, Stored-Program Computer

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9 Jun 2018
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Pascal"s calculator and other similar devices of that time were not programmable. One of the first programmable devices in history was a loom. Joseph m
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Final Guide: Valles Marineris, Hellas Planitia, Husband Hill

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14 May 2018
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Faulting that formed canyons is part of a radial network of faults around tharsis. It is unknown why such a large rift like valles marineris formed onl
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Valles Marineris, Valley Network, Dew Point

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14 May 2018
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Weathering and impact erosion could make thick co2 atmosphere difficult to maintain. Impact is energetic enough to accelerate vapor plume to escape vel
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Groundwater Sapping, Valley Network, Clay Minerals

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14 May 2018
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Multiple features on the martian surface imply climatic conditions were different in the past than today: Valley networks, lakes, oceans, deltas, hydra
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Dark Slope Streak, Volumetric Heat Capacity, Dune

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14 May 2018
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Wind streaks are elongated albedo markings downstream of topographic obstacles (usually craters) Wind tails are accumulations of debris downwind of roc
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Aeolian Processes, Dust Devil, Wind Speed

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14 May 2018
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Action of wind on the martian surface has been observed. Sand ripples and dunes are found all over mars and are clear evidence for wind activity. Major
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture 26: Landing Sites -- Surface Properties and Processes - 2

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14 May 2018
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Identical rovers sent to meridiani planum and gusev crater. Search for evidence of water -- hydrothermal, evaporite ,or sedimentary deposits. Gusev is
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Gusev (Martian Crater), Alkali Basalt, Pedestal Crater

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14 May 2018
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O(cid:374)ly fou(cid:374)d as (cid:862)float(cid:863) -- no outcrops observed. Lower fe and cr and higher al, ti, and p compared to adirondack and clov
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Vastitas Borealis, Gilbert Levin, Geiger Counter

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14 May 2018
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Four landers and four rovers have successfully returned imagery, mineralogical and geochemical data from the surface of mars. 600 kg landed mass, power
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Technology Forecasting, Data Mining

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29 Apr 2018
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cloning, Failure Rate, Hubris

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29 Apr 2018
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There will be 50 multiple choice questions based on the following: For the promise of an alternative energy source to be achieved, it must be supplied
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Scientific Management, Mobile Phone, European Parliament

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10 Apr 2018
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Is google making us stupid: i(cid:374)ter(cid:374)et (cid:272)hippi(cid:374)g a(cid:449)ay a people"s a(cid:271)ility to (cid:272)o(cid:374)(cid:272)e(
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Plain, Alba Mons, Isidis Planitia

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9 Apr 2018
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Differentiation of mars: as we"ve already discussed, mars has differentiated into a core, mantle, and crust, core radius thought to be ~1300-1500km (co
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Valles Marineris, Ascraeus Mons, List Of Plains On Mars

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9 Apr 2018
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sinuosity, Bedform, Mass Wasting

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6 Apr 2018
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Thought to have formed by huge catastrophic floods. Age estimates for athabasca, grjota, and marte valles are 2-8, 10-40, and 35-140 my, respectively.
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Valles Marineris, Mawrth Vallis, Aureum Chaos

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3 Apr 2018
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Both mid-ir (mir) and visible/near-ir (vnir) remote sensing measurements have detected several classes of minerals deposited by water or derived from t
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Thermal Emission Imaging System, Thermal Emission Spectrometer, Basaltic Andesite

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3 Apr 2018
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View of crustal composition on mars revolutionized by modern era of remote sensing, starting with the thermal emission spectrometer (tes) instrument in
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Shock Metamorphism, Planetary Differentiation, Cosmic Ray

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31 Mar 2018
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Age -- almost all martian meteorites are relatively young volcanic rocks (180-1300my) with composition similar to terrestrial basalts. Oxygen isotopes
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Nakhlite, Lherzolite, Diogenite

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31 Mar 2018
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Ci, cm, co, cv, ck, cr, ch: ordinary chondrites. Iron meteorites (main groups: ia, iia, iib, iiia, iiib, iva, others. It is an orthopyroxenite and is n
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Goldschmidt Classification, Radiogenic Nuclide, Olivine

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31 Mar 2018
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Snc meteorite chemistry used to estimate composition of silicate portion of mars (mantle and crust) Details vary between models, but they agree on main
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Dew Point, Gamma Ray, Tharsis

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30 Mar 2018
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Surface ice that interacts with the atmosphere and upper meter or so of subsurface. Deeply buried ice that is isolated from the atmosphere. Total surfa
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Chasma Boreale, Polar Regions Of Earth, Plain

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30 Mar 2018
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North polar layered deposits can be divided into 2 units. Upper unit makes up most of the volume of the deposits. Layering within the unit is best seen
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Noctis Labyrinthus, Tithonium Chasma, Juventae Chasma

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30 Mar 2018
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Series of interconnected canyons that extend over 4000km in an e-w direction. Western noctis labrynthus is at the summit of the tharsis bulge. Eastern
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Valles Marineris, Melas Chasma, Chasma

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30 Mar 2018
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East of melas chasma is coprates chasma, consisting of several parallel sections divided by ridges. Flat-floor of coprates is generally free of landsid
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Mcmurdo Dry Valleys, Fretted Terrain, Arsia Mons

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30 Mar 2018
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Most valleys in fretted terrain have flat floors with distinct lineations. Lineations composed of closely packed pits and mounds a few tens of meters a
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Financial Privacy, Medical Privacy, W. M. Keck Observatory

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30 Mar 2018
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Despite use of autonomous drones perhaps being illegal, they might be deemed legal in extreme cases of self-defense. However, autonomous uavs are far m
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Future Combat Systems, Gregg Easterbrook, Information Revolution

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30 Mar 2018
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Consequences of the information revolution on warfare: technological improvements tend to have more immediate effects in conventional warfare, not irre
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 46 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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The bright regions of mars are dusty while the dark regions are basaltic. The radius of mars is roughly half that of earth while its gravity is 3. 7m/s
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SBUAST 346Kenneth LanzettaSpring

AST 346- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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Lecture 2: brief history of galaxies (part i) What are galaxies: galaxies are the fundamental particles of cosmology. Galaxies trace space and time: ga
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Roboethics, Dignity

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26 Mar 2018
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Birth of a robot: current generation of robots are research tools that explore how machines perceive, looking toward expanding that capacity. Example:
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canyon, Sinus Meridiani, Hellas Planitia

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6 Mar 2018
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Difficult to distinguish lava channels from water-carved channels. Olympica fossae appears sinuous in some places and rectilinear in others -- combinat
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Spectral Evidence, Axial Tilt, Water Cycle

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6 Mar 2018
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Regional slope towards chryse basin results in some of the longest valleys on mars. Parana valles network converges on low point, from which loire vall
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Aquifer, Valles Marineris, Gravity Current

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6 Mar 2018
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They could be formed by water erosion, glaciation, faulting, mass wasting, volcanism, or a combination of these processes. It refers to the conduit wit
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SBUEST 201Edwin TjoeSpring

EST 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Techne, Digital Divide, Reductionism

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28 Feb 2018
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Negative #1: technology changes the way children think. While video games may condition the brain to pay attention to multiple stimuli, they can lead t
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Volumetric Heat Capacity, Skin Effect, Thermal Conductivity

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23 Feb 2018
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The temperature on earth is roughly 40k higher. The atmospheric pressure is about 160x stronger on earth. A martian day is longer by 40 minutes. While
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