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Berkeley / Analysis and Design of VLSI Analog-Digital Interface Integrated C
with Haideh Khorramabadi
Berkeley Professor Haideh Khorramabadi lecture on Active Filters from the course Analysis and Design of VLSI Analog-Digital Interface Integrated C.
Berkeley / Biology
Berkeley Professor Richard Malkin lecture on Bio-engineered Animals and Models of Human Disease from the course General Biology I.
Berkeley / Chemistry
Berkeley Professor Kristie Boering lecture on All Aglow: Light Energy from the course General Chemistry.
Berkeley / Climate Change: Law and Policy
Berkeley Professor Mike O'Hare lecture on Climate and Trade Law: The Biofuels Problem from the course Climate Change: Law and Policy.
Berkeley / Current Issues in International and Area Studies
with Paula Goldman
Berkeley Professor Paula Goldman lecture on Business and the Environment, Part II from the course Current Issues in International and Area Studies.
Berkeley / Data Structures
with Paul Hilfinger
Berkeley Professor Paul Hilfinger lecture on Abstract Methods and Classes, Continued from the course Data Structures.
Berkeley / General
Biological Bases of Mind and Behavior I
Berkeley / General Human Anatomy
with Marian Diamond
Professor Diamond builds on previously introduced material about the cardiac system and introduces angiology, the study of the blood vessels. To begin, she draws a diagram of the composition of the circulatory system, showing how the arteries, arterioles, capillaries differ from veins and veinules...
Berkeley / Machine Structures
with David Culler
Berkeley Professor David Culler lecture on Buffers, Buffering, Stacks, Overflows from the course Machine Structures.
Berkeley / Multivariable Calculus
with Michael Hutchings
Berkeley Professor Michael Hutchings lecture on Applications of Double Integrals from the course Multivariable Calculus.
Berkeley / Nonviolence: From Gandhi to Martin Luther King
with Michael Nagler
Berkeley Professor Michael Nagler lecture on The American Civil Rights Movement, I: Montgomery, Guest Lecture II from the course Nonviolence: From Gandhi to Martin Luther King.
Berkeley / Operating Systems and System Programming
with John Kubiatowicz
Berkeley Professor John Kubiatowicz lecture on Address Translation from the course Operating Systems and System Programming.
Berkeley / Starcraft Theory and Strategy
with Alan Feng
Berkeley Professor Alan Feng lecture on Fighting and Unit Use from the course Starcraft Theory and Strategy.
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Berkeley / The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
with Brian Harvey
Berkeley Professor Brian Harvey lecture on Analyzing Evaluator from the course The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs.
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