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  • Jairus Garcia 2:33 pm on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Fourier Transform in Making Noise-less Appliances 

    Most electric appliances such as washing machines, refigerators, and dishwashers make noise and vibrations when on use. Manufacturers are trying to eliminate this problem. However, it is necessary to know the natural frequencies of vibrated system in order to make measures to reduce the vibrations. One way to accomplish this is recording sound to a digital file and transforming the data by the Fast Fourier Transformation.

    This is expounded in this paper: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877705812045687

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  • Jairus Garcia 1:59 pm on May 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Week 5: Synthesis 

    Which topic/s in class made an impact to you? Why?
    Matrix! Because I have encountered this on a lot of my previous subjects and to be honest, I had no freaking idea what they where talking about; but not anymore! Thanks to this class. 🙂

    If you can summarize this course in one word or sentence, what would it be?
    F U N
    because, as the great Spongebob has once sung,
    “F is for Friends who do stuff together. (shoutout to my Intro Bois, u da best groupmates I ever had in mah layf)
    U is for you and me. Hi @sirprrr (best prof ever!!!)
    N is for anywhere and anytime at all. (because there is CS130 everywhere)”

    What would be your parting message to the class?
    Enjoy your break (if thy exist) and good luck in life!

     
  • Jairus Garcia 8:03 am on February 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Fukinsei 

    “Fukinsei” is a Japanese aesthetic that deals with avoiding symmetry.

    It is a Zen practice taking inspiration in the idea that there is no perfect symmetry in nature.

    The “enzo” or Zen circle is a brush painting often drawn as an incomplete circle, symbolizing the imperfection that is part of existence.

    fukinsei

    Reference: http://www.designprinciplesftw.com/collections/7-japanese-aesthetic-principles-to-change-your-thinking

     
  • Jairus Garcia 8:16 am on January 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    SNAPCHAAAT!!! 

    Snapchat uses vectors to track the location of the face’s features which enables the app to apply filters in real time.

    untitled-design

     
  • Jairus Garcia 4:50 pm on January 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Hi there! Jai here! 

    My full name is Jairus John Almazol Garcia. Most people call me Jairus, but you can also use Jay, Jay-Jay, Jai, Jai-Jai, or just any way you want, but please skip Rus-Rus ‘coz it kinda sounds like a genital disorder. (HAHAHA no, seriously)

    me while enlisting CS 130:
    “prereq Math55, check”
    “good timeslot, check”
    “G!”
    (and that’s all about it)

    Long time ago, me and math lived together in harmony, but everything changed when UP happened. Only Sir Paul, master of Mathematical Methods in Computer Science, can help me, but when I needed him the most, ayun na-ospital. (hala joke lang sir. healthy ka sir this year. i can feel it)

    sorry sabaw 😀

     
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