- Sep 12 Wed 2018 00:32
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Yeah, my first piece of latex document.
There might be a lot of grammar mistake in English.
The class note is still updating!
- Nov 12 Mon 2018 21:11
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- Oct 28 Sun 2018 00:03
Historical temperature data, for different countries
- Oct 26 Fri 2018 03:16
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- Oct 09 Tue 2018 06:37
也因此我們需要了解關於language group, 適時停頓(pause)、手勢等來增加觀眾的興趣和了解
1) 演講_Matt Abrahams
(b) 演講之前要熱身 ex:來講順口溜
2)ppt_David JP Phillips
(d) 對比: 讓觀眾知道要focus在哪裡
Don McMillan titled "Life After Death by Powerpoint."
(a) Tell your personal story that links to your topic
(b) Providing a shocking fact to make the audience to think
(c) A question that matters to the audience
(A) Show a hand, who seen this before?
(B) provocative question?
(C) interesting fact
(D) provide an argument
(F) Personal story(大家很容易忘記大道理，
7) Faculty Focus
- Oct 07 Sun 2018 02:16
- Oct 04 Thu 2018 01:40
1) legislative process; video and transcript
- Oct 03 Wed 2018 07:21
- Aug 15 Wed 2018 23:45
Claim: Knowing about the past cannot help people to make important decisions today.
Reason: We are not able to make connections between current events and past events until we have some distance from both.
Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the claim and the reason on which that claim is based.
The claim argues that people cannot rely on their past knowledge to make important decisions on the spot because they need more time or distance to acknowledge the connection of both events. In other words, people need to take some time to see the similarities between both events. Though I agree with the claim, I find that the reasoning is too weak to support the claim.
- Jul 25 Wed 2018 22:47
When the computer distributes the money, we are willing to accept a 2 cent offer out of 1 dollar if we know the decision which is made by a machine is out of our control. But if we know it is actually another human distributing the money, then we are not going to accept it.
In an ultimatum game, there is a commitment problem. We cannot really trust player1’s commitment. We can surely sign a contract, but people might just disappear (like my previous roommate Alan, who still owes my deposit money and he vanished for almost 2 years). However, different social relationships could reduce the chances of a commitment problem. For instance, you might be less concerned about commitment problems when doing business with your family.
The biological relationship might help to reduce the commitment problem because you usually maintain long-term relationships with family members. And these types of social interactions are usually repeated in nature, which I mean by you will have to interact with your mother multiple times.
The repetition game is a complicated game because it is formed by many similar games, you just play it repeatedly. We call it the stage game, which is sometimes a normal form game, just for simplicity. As long as we achieve the final result (which I mean here by there is an end to the game, it is finite repetition), we can do backward induction to assign payoffs for each player.
- May 31 Thu 2018 08:32
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- May 01 Tue 2018 23:24
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- May 01 Tue 2018 23:00
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- Jan 20 Sat 2018 09:28
run before you can walk: to do things that are difficult without learning the basic skills.
ex: The risk then is that a continuation of political gridlock would stop further economic reforms in Germany.
- Jan 19 Fri 2018 10:02
ex:Mr Trump says he is legally compelled to axe DACA,
which most Republicans regarded as an act of executive overreach,
and wants Congress to pass a law to protect the Dreamers.
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