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2023-2024 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellows - Ryan Unger

Mathematics

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CITP Lecture: "Arbitrum: From Lab to Market"

The Arbitrum blockchain protocol started as a Princeton University research project, and has grown into a robust community hosting hundred of applications and over 600,000 monthly users. Along the…

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Apples to Apples: Using a Patch Foraging Computer Task to Examine Cognitive Effort Costs, Physical Effort Costs, and Motivation in Real Life, Temitope Oshinowo, UG '21 (2316710)

People assess effort in their everyday lives and such assessments may lead them to execute a task or avoid it. In this experiment, we studied effort assessments in a controlled setting using a…

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The Turing Machine Test: module proof for equivalence

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COS510 preview - Software Verification

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Reasoning About Modular Programs: Part 2: Proving Representation Invariants

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Generalizing Your Inductive Hypothesis

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Did I Get it Right? Part 4: Induction for Datatypes

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Did I Get it Right? Part 3: Induction for Lists

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Did I Get it Right? Part 2: Induction for Naturals

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Proof of the Free Will Theorem

Lecture 5 | Free Will Lecture Series | Old news to physicists. Descartes and Leibniz disproved. The Janus universe. Left/right symmetry. Satisfying Curie. Hidden variable theories. Random vs.…

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JKrommes, AST-554, Lecture 05, "Central Limit Theorem & Generalizations; Markov Processess"

Professor John Krommes, Princeton University

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The Theorem's Implications for Science and Philosophy

Lecture 6 | Free Will Lecture Series | Consistency proofs and truth. Godel and truth. Determinism in philosophy and science departments. Scientific experiments and free will. Surprise and…

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