Bath AI Seminar Series: Spring 2006

This was the seventh term of our AI Seminar series.

 

The AI Seminar Series is also a research and discussion group.  Seminars are open to anyone in the vicinity who is interested in AI.  Notice of these talks and other things of potential interest to AI researchers are sent to the BAI Mailing List.  To join the list or read it's Archive just follow the links.

Past Seminars: Spring 2003, Summer 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004, Summer 2004, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2005 .

The default day and time is Tuesday at 4:15, though there are exceptions. Please join the mailing list to keep up... If you are interested in speaking or inviting a speaker, please email Dr. Joanna Bryson.

Directions to Bath and a campus map.  Most talks are near computer science in 1W, which is just west of the library.

Date
Location
Paper
Guest(s)
Topic
Associated Talk
Discussant / Host
18th Jan. 1E 2.4 [GTA]     Emotions: The Art of Visual Communication for Virtual Actors.   E. Tanguy
23 Jan.            
31st Jan. 8W 2.24   Robin Dunbar, Julia Lehmann Problems in Modelling Primate Societies Relationships of dominance and submission in Serengeti spotted-hyenas by Gina Raihani at 3:15, same place H. Lehmann
10 Feb. 16.15-17.15 1WN 3.10    Angelo Cangelosi appendix: experiments & connectionist models     The Evolution and Grounding of Language in Robotic and Multi-Agent Systems
2:15 in 1W2.5
  J. Bryson
14th Feb.            
21st Feb.     Andrew Calway
  Real-Time Camera Tracking Using Particle Filtering   J. Collamosse
28th Feb. 16.15-17.15 1WN 3.12     Aline Villavicencio   A Psycho-Computational Model of Language Acquisition     J. Bryson 
7th March            
14th March       ??? modelling insect gonads
    J Bryson
21st March       ???
modelling gene stuff
    J Bryson
28th March            
04th April            
11th April            
18th April            
25th April 1WN 3.10
  Jakub Gemrot
Pogamut:  POSH, Gamebots & UT     J. Bryson
02nd May 1WN 3.10
         
5th May


Kathleen Richardson
What does it mean to be human?
J Bryson
09th May 1WN 3.10
  Cyril Brom
Virtual humans in large environments     J Bryson
16th May 1WN 3.10


Modelling intuition and intentionality from a neuropsychological perspective

Hagen Lehmann
postponed


R. Beau Lotto
VR / HCI stuff
P. Johnson
23rd May 1WN 3.10
  Andreas Krause
Agent-based modelling in economics: networks and finance
    J Bryson
30th May            
06th June            
13th June            
postponed     Prof. Geraint A. Wiggins
& friend
modelling memetics
Music, evolution & memetics
  J Bryson
27th June     Prof. Mark Lee Development in robots
    J Bryson
13 July
1W 3.6

Sindhu Joseph
OpenKnowledge and interaction model language

J. Padget
17 July
3E 3.11


BAI Reading Group
Drugowitsch & Lehmann
26 July
1E 3.6


BAI Reading Group
D & L
8 August
6E 2.1

Bill Naylor
From Untyped to Polymorphically Typed Mathematical Web Services

J. Padget

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