This page provides a list of seminars that will be presented on the dates specified at 1:00 pm in Room G34 of the Owheo Building (133 Union Street East). Where available, an abstract of the seminar can be displayed by clicking on the title of the seminar.
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"Why can't I see the structure?"
Richard O'Keefe, Department of Computer Science
A Bayesian approach to learning norms from observation in multi-agent systems
Stephen Cranefield, Department of Information Science
An Augmented Reality Sandbox
Steven Mills, Department of Computer Science; Tony Moore, School of Surveying; Ben Daniel, HEDC
Chris Edwards, Department of Information Science
Discovering Informational Biomarkers for Cognitive Tasks: Recent Examples and Lessons from Neurocomputation.
Larry Manevitz, University of Haifa, Israel
Characterising relational view updates using relative information capacity
Nigel Stanger, Department of Information Science
No Seminar - Mid Semester Break
The Development of Valid Measurement with Heterogeneous Indicators
Sander Zwanenburg, Department of Information Science
Learning object-centered space via tactile exploration and recurrent self-organising maps
Hayim Dar, Department of Computer Science
A mild review of several software engineering projects
Sherlock Licorish, Department of Information Science
Three Dimensional Reconstruction of Human Lumbar Spine from Bi-planar X-rays
Hamza Bennani, Department of Computer Science
What is expected to happen vs what happens - A process mining based study of decision-making processes in Python
Tony Savarimuthu, Department of Information Science
Shall we fear the Luddites? - Advancing technology and unemployment.
Geoff Wyvill, Department of Computer Science
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