[MUSIC] So, there’s all these different ways of taking two functions and producing new functions. You could add, subtract, multiply, divide two functions, and could take two functions and compose them, meaning that the output for the one becomes the input for the other. In light to this, I’d encourage you just to pick up…

# Tag: lectures

## C# Tutorial – 28 – Events

Events enable an object to notify other objects when something of interest occurs. The object that raises the event is called the publisher and the objects that handle the event are called subscribers. To demonstrate the use of events let’s first create the publisher. This will be a class that inherits from ArrayList, but this…

## When are two functions the same? – Week 1 – Lecture 2 – Mooculus

[SOUND] So, who knows what a function is, right? But I know what it does. It takes an input value, and produces an output value. And we’ve got a whole bunch of functions, right? And we can take these functions and start asking questions about them. What happens when you plug in a really big…

## Neuroscience Basics: Neuroglia Functions, Animation.

A human brain contains billions of neurons. Neurons are probably the more important and better-known cells of the brain as they carry out the brain’s communication function. Less known are some trillions of support cells called glia, or glial cells. The glia may not be the center of attention, but without them, neuron functions would…

## What is a function? – Week 1 – Lecture 1 – Mooculus

[MUSIC] Calculus study functions and this course is no exception. We’re going to be studying functions in this course, alright? Functions like f of x or the sine function or the square root function. And that raises a question what are functions?If If we’re going to be studying functions, we should know what they are….