19 thoughts on “Signal Processing and Machine Learning”

  1. We want to use this video for a college course in Diesel Technology at Santa Rosa Junior College. Would you please grant us permission to caption the video so it has punctuation and clear sentences? If you turn on Community Contributions in YouTube, we could add the better captions to these videos. Alternatively, we can send you a corrected caption file that you can upload in YouTube. One more option is to use a site such as Amara.org that will embed the video and give us an interface to overlay the video with the better caption file.

    All of these options leave the control in your hands. If you take down the video, it will no longer appear in the course, we will just be embedding from YouTube, not downloading the video.

  2. All these scientists are really pretty 😀
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    BTW I hate myself for making fun of their appearance 😐

  3. Verify your electrical circuits on the go! Look up: 'Circuit Solver' by Phasor Systems on Google Play.

  4. Haha. That’s the concept of signal communications through electrical interference. Training sequences required for brainwave transmission?

  5. This was great. Thanks for making this! Signal Processing and Machine Learning are very important to me.

  6. That was very interesting. The quality of the video and production is superb. Also, that lady is not only absolutely gorgeous, but her narration is quite good as well. More please!

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