University of York, Department of Computer Science

Seminar Series Autumn 2001

All Seminars are on Wednesdays at 2:00pm in CS103 unless otherwise indicated.

Select below for more details on individual seminars:

  • 17 October, Mark Wallace (IC-Parc)
    "Two Small Steps from Procedural Programming to Modelling and Solving Complex Problems"
  • 24 October, James Cussens (Univ. of York)
    "Learning Grammars by Failing to Parse"
  • 31 October, Peter Flach (Univ. of Bristol)
    "Confirmation-Guided Discovery of First-Order Rules from Structured Data"
    Further Information about Tertius
  • 7 November, Room CS/122, Edward Tsang (Univ. of Essex)
    "Stochastic Constraint Research at Essex"
  • 14 November, Tony Sale (ex Museums Director, Bletchley Park)
    "Heath Robinson and Colossus Versus Lorenz: WW II Code Breaking in Bletchley Park"
    Further Information
  • 21 November, Nick Pears (Univ. of York)
    "Visual Navigation for Mobile Robots"
  • 28 November, 16:00, Susan Stepney (Logica UK Ltd.)
    "Z Specification and Proof of a Commercial Smart Card Operating System"
  • 5 December, Phil Gray (Univ. of Glasgow)
    "Paraglide: A Mobile Information System for Anaesthetists"
  • 12 December, Richard Paige (Univ. of York)
    "Building Reliable Object-Oriented Software: The `BON' Way"

  • Seminar Organiser:

    Alan Frisch
    +44 1904 43 2745

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