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Lecture describing Depth First Search

This material presents an introduction to Augmented Reality (AR), its history, uses and architecture to build AR systems.

Course material (presentation) for High Performance Computing solutions of scientific and engineering problems by means... see more

Jeremy Howard: The wonderful and terrifying implications of computers that can learn

TED's "Open Translation Project" has over 20,000+ worldwide volunteer translators contributing their time, energy, and... see more

Hierarchical agglomerative clustering, or linkage clustering. Procedure, complexity analysis, and cluster dissimilarity... see more

This is a video illustrating the maxflow-mincut theorem. 

Tree traversals for binary trees: Preorder, Inorder and Postorder.

The video illustrates the operation of AVL Tree(Adelson-Velskii and Landis' Tree).

This video provides an introduction to the Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange protocol. It can be played in a lecture.

This video provides an introduction to RSA encryption. It can be played in a lecture.

To demonstrate the power of GPU programming

Binary Search Tree and the JAVA Code development.

It is a short video by Alister Christie.  Using simple play cards, the operation of bubble sort is demonstrated.

This is a short video of lecture about neural networks by Caltech. It covers essential concepts such as the construction... see more

This is a short video of lecture about decision tree by UBC. It covers essential concepts such as the creation of... see more

This is a short video lecture produced by UIUC. It covers the essential concepts in data mining such as the Apriori... see more

This video lecture provides an introduction to the system/software development life cycle. It can be played in a lecture.

This material provides an introductory lecture on distributed computing.

This material provides a series of video lectures on operating systems and system programming.

The material provides a series of short video lectures to cover different topics on discrete mathematics.

This video provides an introduction to the history of computer architecture, which can be played in a lecture.

This material provides a lecture note on AES encryption. It can be used with the following video as well:  ... see more