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Religious Symbols of the World (edX)

Aug 30th 2022
Religious Symbols of the World (edX)
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Languages
This course is the third and final course in the series following “Understanding Religious Symbolism” and “Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos.” Through the theories and patterns that you learned in these three courses, I hope that you will be able to interpret the various religious phenomena in different cultures, and [...]

Dentistry & Human Life (edX)

An introductory lecture on dentistry as a science and life culture. Have fun learning about the history, story, and science of dentistry that are closely related to our lives. The course “Dentistry and Human Life” is composed of 8 introductory lectures on dentistry. The Dentistry is the discipline of [...]

Introduction to Optimization (edX)

Aug 23rd 2022
Introduction to Optimization (edX)
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A self-contained course on the fundamentals of modern optimization with equal emphasis on theory, implementation, and application. We consider linear and nonlinear optimization problems, including network flow problems and game-theoretic models in which selfish agents compete for shared resources. We apply these models to a variety of real-world [...]

Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos (edX)

Jul 26th 2022
Myths, Rituals, and Cosmos (edX)
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In this class, we will first think about myths and rituals from the perspective of the comparative study of religion. We will explore the symbolism of sacred time and space, rubrics by which how various religious communities have conceptualized the cosmos. From there, our focus will shift to notions [...]

Mathematical understanding of uncertainty (edX)

Jul 5th 2022
Mathematical understanding of uncertainty (edX)
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Languages
This lecture series discusses how the concept of probability can be used to handle, control, and exploit uncertainty in the real-world. It is an undergraduate-level lecture series on probability, but is entirely different from the usual courses on probability theory.

Introductory Statistics : Basic Ideas and Instruments for Statistical Inference (edX)

This course utilizes real-life applications of Statistics in an exploration of the Statistical Inferenceprocess. Statistical Inference is the process by which data is used to draw a conclusionoruncover ascientific truthabout a population from asample. This course aims to familiarize the student with several ideas and instruments for statistical inference. [...]

Understanding Religious Symbolism (edX)

Jul 5th 2022
Understanding Religious Symbolism (edX)
Course Auditing
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Languages
This course aims to provide a broader and deeper understanding of how religious people have thought and practiced by introducing basic theories of religious symbolism and by demonstrating examples of religious symbols from various cultures around the world. Students will gain an acquaintance with religious symbolism and other elements [...]

Water Surface Waves: Finite-amplitude waves (edX)

Self Paced
Water Surface Waves: Finite-amplitude waves (edX)
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To understand non-linear water wave theories and perturbation methods. This course covers fundamentals of nonlinear water waves based on perturbation methods. After reviewing basic techniques of perturbation methods, we study solutions for Stokes waves of deep water. After identifying the limitation of Stokes waves solution in shallow water, we [...]

Environmental Engineering: Air Pollution and Treatment (edX)

Self Paced
Environmental Engineering: Air Pollution and Treatment (edX)
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Understand different types of air pollution problems (including climate change), what causes them and how we can prevent or minimize these air problems. This course will cover fundamental science and engineering principles dealing with air environmental systems.

Water Surface Waves: Small-amplitude waves (edX)

Self Paced
Water Surface Waves: Small-amplitude waves (edX)
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Languages
To understand linear water wave theories and to apply it to engineering problems. This course will cover formulation of small amplitude waves and its properties. First, we will solve the potential flow problem with linearized boundary conditions in order to get solution for velocity potential.