The University of York
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Seminar Series Summer 1999

All Seminars are on Wednesdays at 2:15pm in CS103 unless otherwise indicated.


Select below for more details on individual seminars:

  • Wk 0, 21st April, No seminar
  • Wk 1, 28th April, Gerry Altman, Dept. of Psychology, York.
    Rule Learning by Seven-Month-Old Infants and Neural Networks
  • Wk 1, Thursday 29th April, Ira Rimson, Veridata Ltd.,Albuquerque, NM USA
    Tragedies, Statistics and Acceptable Risks; Thoughts while contemplating Busts
  • Wk 2, 5th May, Babis Theodoulidis and Bryan Bennett
    Information Management: The Way Ahead
  • Wk 2, Thursday 6th May at 1.15, Toby Walsh, University of Strathclyde
    Search in a Small World
  • Wk 3, 12th May, No Seminar - University Open Day
  • Wk 4, 19th May, John McCarthy, Stanford University
    Logical Theories of Approximate Concepts
    Part of the Distinguished Lecturer Series
  • Wk 5, 26th May, David Hogg, Computer Vision, University of Leeds
    Visual Models of Interaction
  • Wk 6, Friday 4th June, Donald Michie, University of Edinburgh
    Alan Turing's `Child Machine' Project
  • Wk 7, 9th June, Corin Gurr, Department of Cognitive Science, University of Edinburgh
    Diagrams, Logic and Software Engineering
  • Wk 8, 16th June, Seminar to be scheduled
  • Wk 9, 23rd June, No Seminar, Board of Examiners

    Summer Vacation Extras 1999

    There is an extra seminar on WEDNESDAY 30TH JUNE by Ian MacColl, of the University of Queensland. It is at 11.15 in the main seminar room of the Computer Science building (CS103)
    Specification-based class testing: A case study

    There is an extra seminar on WEDNESDAY 30TH JUNE by Graeme Smith, of the University of Queensland. It is at 2.15 in the main seminar room of the Computer Science building (CS103)
    Incoporating real-time formal methods into object-oriented analysis and design

    There is an extra seminar on THURSDAY 1ST JULY by Art Karshmer, of New Mexico State University. It is at 1.15 in the main seminar room of the Computer Science building (CS103)
    Making Mathematics and Web Pages Accessible to Blind Students

    There is an extra seminar on FRIDAY 2ND JULY by Ken Robinson of the University of New South Wales. It is at 2.30 in the main seminar room of the Computer Science building (CS103)
    Bridging Algebraic/Axiomatic and Model-Based Specification and Development Using B

    There is an extra seminar on TUESDAY 6TH JULY by Colin Fidge of the University of Queensland. It is at 2.15 in the main seminar room of the Computer Science building (CS103)
    The Deadline Command



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    Seminar Organiser:

    Peter C. Wright / +44 1904 43 2747 / <pcw@cs.york.ac.uk>

    Pages maintained by:

    Paul M. Hildreth /+44 1904 43 32 43 /<pmh@cs.york.ac.uk>
    Julia C. Hill /+44 1904 43 27 65 /<julia@cs.york.ac.uk>

    last updated: July 5th 1999