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View Website Introduction to Category Theory fullcourse Fall 2012
Category theory is a branch of mathematics that was formed to understand how different areas of the discipline relate to one another.

View Website Introduction to CFD fullcourse
This course offers lectures and information on Computational Fluid Dynamics and more.

View Website Introduction to Compact Operators fullcourse
This is a short session that introduces compact linear operators on Banach spaces.

View Website Introduction to Differential Equations and Linear Algebra fullcourse Spring 2008
Covers systems of linear equations, first order differential equations, homogeneous differential equations, and nonhomogeneous differential equations and systems.

View Website Introduction to FORTRAN Programming fullcourse
Topics covered in this course include algorithms, flow charts, and more.

View Website Introduction to Functional Analysis fullcourse Spring 2009
Richard Melrose, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course covers various functions and operators in functional mathematical analysis.

View Website Introduction to Graph Theory and Applications fullcourse
The introduction to graph theory and applications course offers instruction in the theorems related to graphs, such as the HavelHakimi theorem. It also considers walks, paths, circuits, cycles, distances, and adjacency matrices.

View Website Introduction to Group Representations fullcourse Summer 2012
This course examines the intersection of group representations and linear algebra. It also looks at number theory, analysis, algebraic geometry, chemistry, and the basic representation theory of finite groups.

View Website Introduction to Lie Groups fullcourse Fall 2004
Sigurdur Helgason, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Drawing from the text Differential Geometry, Lie Groups and Symmetric Spaces by Sigurdur Helgason, this class focuses on the theory of Lie groups and its connection to differential geometry.

View Website Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning fullcourse
Primarily, this course's function is to bridge the gap between introductory mathematics in algebra and calculus with more advanced mathematical courses, such as analysis and abstract algebra.

View Website Introduction to Mathematical Thinking fullcourse Fall 2012
Keith Devlin, Math—Stanford University
How do mathematicians think? Find out how, and how you can think like them, in this course.

View Website Introduction To MATLAB Programming fullcourse Fall 2011
Yossi Farjoun, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course examines the basics of general and MATLAB

View Website Introduction to Nuclear Engineering fullcourse
Topics covered in this course include basics of nuclear power generation, nuclear theory, and more.

View Website Introduction to Numerical Analysis fullcourse Spring 2012
Laurent Demanet, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The curriculum in this course is centered on basic techniques for efficiency in numerical science and engineering problems and solutions.

View Website Introduction to Numerical Methods fullcourse Fall 2010
Steven G. Johnson, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course covers advanced introductory topics in numerical linear algebra.

View Website Introduction to Partial Differential Equations fullcourse
This course provides a glimpse into the complex world of partial differential equations.

View Website Introduction to Partial Differential Equations fullcourse Fall 2011
Jared Speck, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course explores diffusion, elliptic, and hyperbolic as the three main types of partial differential equations.

View Website Introduction to Probability and Statistics fullcourse Spring 2005
Dmitry Panchenko, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course provides a basic introduction to practical probability and statistics.

View Website Introduction to Probability and Statistics mixed Fall 2011
Deborah Nolan, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course, bestsuited for students who have a background in mathematics, covers relative frequencies, random variables, discrete probability, and estimation.

View Website Introduction to Probability Theory fullcourse
Students interested in probability theory, Saylor provides this introductory course.

View Website Introduction to Probability Theory fullcourse
K. Suresh Kumar, Math—Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay)
This course will cover probability space, random variables, distribution functions, and more.

View Website Introduction to Random Variables and Random Processes fullcourse
Sunghyun Choi, Math—Seoul National University
Students in this course will explore probability models, longterm averages, random variables and much more.

View Website Introduction to Random Variables Processes fullcourse
Chang Gyu Lee, Math—Seoul National University
Students in this introductory class will become familiar with topics like central limit theorem, variance and others, all related to random variable processes.

View Website Introduction to Real Analysis fullcourse Spring 2011
Simei Tong, Math—University of WisconsinEau Claire
Students explore real numbers, introductory topological topics, limits, sequences of numbers, continuity, sequences of functions, and series.

View Website Introduction to Representation Theory fullcourse Fall 2010
Pavel Etingof, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course provides an introduction of representation theory to undergraduatelevel students.

View Website Introduction to Satellite Communication fullcourse
Topics in this course include satellite systems, orbits, signals and more.

View Website Introduction to Statistics fullcourse
Supplemented with video lectures from the Khan Academy, this course gives students a comprehensive introduction to statistics.

View Website Introduction to Statistics fullcourse
Introduction to statistics explores how we can make decisions based on data.

View Website Introduction to Statistics fullcourse
Students in this class will be introduced to experimental method in psychology and to mathematical techniques necessary for experimental research.

View Website Introduction to Statistics audio Fall 2012
Fletcher Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Standard measures of location, spread, and association; normal approximation; population and variables; and binomial distribution are covered in this course.