I'm preparing to teach an online course on climate science using the Zoom platform. Tentatively called "Climate Science for Climate Activists", it's intended to bring climate activists and environmental progressives up to speed on the basics of Climate Science. I am using the excellent introduction by Professors David Archer and Ray Pierrehumbert of University of Chicago and Oxford University as a start (Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast), which is also available online with video lectures. I'm intending to soften the quantitative aspects some, but will assign homework. The course will be in 10-17 sessions, one or two per week.
Hi , i did find your ref on topology and , if possible , would like to exchange ideas with you by email about the interface applied category/topology. Is it possible? thanks in advance pierre Ps i would write using firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite continuing to work in the Internet space, my principal means of analysis exploits findings in biotechnology and quantitative ecology. In addition to random projections, I'm studying applications of shrinkage and the LASSO for document-term matrices and regression based upon them.