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I’ve always had a passion for computing, and Prague College seemed like the perfect place to further my studies, and the lecturers and students when I visited the Open Day were all very friendly. It feels great to be at a small private institution in the heart of Prague. It’s a lovely school with great

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(INTERVIEWER READING) MALE STUDENT: Necessary! STUDENT NIKKI: With engineering, I feel like I’m accomplishing something. I feel like I’m learning. I feel like I am going somewhere. FEMALE STUDENT: With engineering, it’s like independence. The freedom to think out of the box. STUDENT RYAN: You design different things that are used in everyday life. It

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Anna: Taking this class, it’s really just been, diving in head first into the computer science world. Sean: You have a lot of freedom to explore what you want to do. My project is a story app. Sean: We made a game and an app to help the environment. Makena: So, my app is called

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♪ Music ♪ >>Hi I’m Anne Haake. I’m a professor in the college of Computing and Information Sciences, in the PhD department and I’m in the Multidisciplinary Vision Research Labs. Content Based Image Retrieval is a method of using information in the image itself. Information such as color, contrast, edges, those types of features for

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In our previous lesson in this series we discussed and analyzed Merge sort algorithm Merge sort, as we saw is a recursive algorithm in which we follow a divide-and-conquer strategy the running time of Merge sort is O(nlogn) in worst case but Merge sort is not an in place sorting algorithm and in place sorting

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Hey, what’s up? John Sonmez here from simpleprogrammer.com. I got a question about how do I know if CS, Computer Science, is the right major for me. This question comes from Jay who helped me pronounce his name by saying “J”. I think I got that one, Jay, and he says, “I’m a high school

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So far in this series on sorting algorithms, we have talked about 3 of the sorting algorithms – selection sort, bubble sort and insertion sort. And we have seen that these algorithms are not so fast, they’re all O (n^2) in average case. Now in this lesson, we’re going to talk about one algorithm which

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DAN GARCIA: Hi, I’m Dan Garcia. I teach at UC Berkeley. I want to tell you about this amazing new course called The Beauty and Joy of Computing. It’s a computer science principles course to broaden participation in computing to everyone. It’s intended for folks who haven’t programmed before. And it’s not a programming course,

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(upbeat music) – Hey, my name’s William, and I’m a sophomore here at Columbia University. I’m studying Computer Science and I’m from Auckland, New Zealand. Outside of class I’m involved in music activities such as the orchestra. And I’m also in a few finance groups on campus. (upbeat music) So at a typical day at

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