The psychology of reasoning is a branch of cognitive psychology that studies that way in which humans use logic to come to conclusions based on available information. But not all reasoning is valid, and people may use invalid reasoning to come to illogical conclusions. So just how logical are we… Continue Reading How Logical Are You? (Psychology of Reasoning)

– Hi, it’s Tomas George, and welcome to this beginner’s workshop in Logic Pro X. So this workshop’s designed for anyone that’s brand new to music production or for someone that hasn’t actually used Logic Pro before, but they want to jump in and start making their own music in… Continue Reading The Beginners Workshop in Logic Pro X – Learn the basics of Logic Pro Today!

Okay, now let’s have a look at the Studio Strings software instruments. So let’s create a new software instrument by hitting the new track button up here, this little plus button, going over to Software Instrument and then selecting Studio Strings, and Stereo. Let’s hit create, and here is the… Continue Reading How to use the Studio Strings Instrument in Logic Pro 10.4

Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. Assessing how similar two images are has been a long standing problem in computer graphics. For instance, if we write a new light simulation program, we have to compare our results against the output of other algorithms and a… Continue Reading This AI Reproduces Human Perception | Two Minute Papers #248

Vin Υ. Υa. : Today we take interview of Boris L’vovich Fonkich, the Chief Fellow of the Institute of World history of RAS and chief specialist of Greek diplomatics and codicology. And the first question to Boris is about what You will tell us? Fonkich B. L.: I would like… Continue Reading B.Fonkitch: Paleography of Greek Acts

Hello! In the last lesson, we installed distributed Weka and ran our first distributed Weka for Spark job that analyzed and computed a header for the hypothyroid dataset. In this lesson, we’ll take a closer look at how these jobs are configured, and we’ll run a few more jobs that… Continue Reading Advanced Data Mining with Weka (4.3: Using Naive Bayes and JRip)

hello everyone and strain the channel again with you meanders and today we have another detective mystery but unusual mystery why and because we will immediately know who is the killer but we will need explain why this person is a killer well let’s get started rafael satori was excellent… Continue Reading 🧠Загадка “Послание От Покойника” 🎓 / 🎓 Riddle „The Message From A Dead Man“ 🧠

If you want to do a quick calculation on some numeric values such as calculating the difference between values or compare values to see if they match or meet a certain condition then you’ll need to know the different operators you can work with we’ll focus on three main types… Continue Reading Arithmetic, Rational, Logical Operators – Introduction to R Programming – Part 4

Hello, I will explain how SVM algorithm works. This video will explain the support vector machine for linearly separable binary sets Suppose we have this two features, x1 and x2 here and we want to classify all this elements You can see that we have the class square and the… Continue Reading How SVM (Support Vector Machine) algorithm works

OMG there’s a mermaid. Maybe if I call her to come here, I can finally see her swimming gracefully. Hey you there! Can you come over here? Oh alright just a sec ond. Oh yeah. Technology exists. Wait, this small toddler can eat this husked coconut? You’re joking right? What… Continue Reading The Sims Logic (Ep.14): Sims 4 Island Living (ft. SimgmProductions)