Computer Science 70 – Lecture 2

March 14th, 2013 by admin software

Computer Science 70 - Lecture 2

Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory.

Computer Science 61A - Lecture 10

The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.

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4 Responses to “Computer Science 70 – Lecture 2”

  1. Comment by awesomesauce11134

    Well, maybe if you actually listened to what he was saying, you would realize that he’s talking about a modified version of matching pennies and not the “actual version” used in game theory…

  2. Comment by ZamzarBob

    The professor should not use interdisciplinary lectures when he does not actually know anything about the outside subject he is drawing on. There is definitely NOT a winning strategy in matching pennies, just as there is no winning strategy for rock, paper, scissors. Just because there must be a winner each round doesn’t mean that one is winning in the long run. This is so elementary that its shocking that a UC BERKELEY professor wouldn’t know this.

    tl;dr: Skip 24:00 – 34:00, clueless prof.

  3. Comment by Tomasz Pelczar

    The most important, crucial, essential and necessary to understand the technologies and computer science is logic, this part of the knowledge is explained my mythically named part of the mathematics …

  4. Comment by WhatTheFeatherTV

    So I’m trying to use Moodle for a home database test, and I installed it and get “It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8). New installations must be performed into databases that have their default character set as Unicode. If you are upgrading, you should perform the UTF-8 migration process (see the Admin page).” can somebody help? Thanks.

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