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2006 Computer and Information Science Seminar Series

This page provides a list of seminars that will be presented on the dates specified at 1:00pm in the Archway 2 lecture theatre. Where available, an abstract of the seminar can be displayed by clicking on the title of the seminar.

All dates and speakers should be considered tentative until the week of the seminar!

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Semester 2


July 7
Interactions and Commitments in e-Business Systems
Munindar Singh, North Carolina State University, USA

July 14
Epistemic puzzles
Hans van Ditmarsch, Department of Computer Science

July 21
Spatially-Structured Evolutionary Computation for Multimodal Fitness Landscapes
Grant Dick, Department of Information Science

July 28
Forked Tongue: Pathways to Language in the Brain
Hayden Walles, Department of Computer Science


August 4
"Patents, software and research: What's the connection?"
Matt Adams, AJ Park

August 11
An EFuNN learning algorithm based on an entropy criterion
Brendon Woodford

August 18
Tangible User Interfaces for Collaborative Augmented Architectural Design
Hartmut Seichter, HITLabNZ, Christchurch

August 25
Using Computer Science principles to gain an edge in the software business world
Luke Reid, Former Student, Department of Computer Science


September 1
Mid-semester break - no seminar

September 8
90%: is it good enough?
Hank Wolfe, Information Science Department

September 15
Tartini - the real-time music analysis tool
Phil McLeod, Department of Computer Science

September 22
Experiences with integrating teaching and research in software engineering courses
Maryam Purvis and Tony Savarimuthu, Information Science Department

September 29
Is XML Element Retrieval Valid?
Andrew Trotman, Department of Computer Science


October 6
Predicting the unpredictable? - Bayesian statistical models for predicting software development effort
Chikako van Koten, Department of Information Science

October 13
Digital Apollo -- The development of the Apollo Guidance Computer
Alexander Brown, University of Canterbury

October 27
"Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue"
Ariel Hendel, Sun Microsystems Scalable Systems Group

End Of Semester Two

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