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AI Friday Seminar Series


Presented by the Artificial Intelligence Research Group

All seminars are in the AI Lab (DC 2306C) at 11:30 am unless otherwise noted.

February 4th, 2005
Pascal Poupart
Task-driven Observation Partitioning
Shai Ben-David
February 11th, 2005
Ali Ghodsi
High-Dimensional Data Analysis by Action-Respecting Embedding
Allan Caine
February 18th, 2005
Allan Caine
A Simplified Method of Determining the Direction of Parallel Optical Snow
Kate Larson
February 25th, 2005
Henry Hexmoor (U of Arkansas)
From AI to Multiagent Systems
Kevin Regan
March 4th, 2005

Michael Cheng
March 11th, 2005

John Whissell
March 18th, 2005
Jesse Hoey
Semi-supervised learning of Patient--Caregiver Interactions using Partially Observable Markov Decision Processes Laurent Charlin
March 25th, 2005
Good Friday
No Seminar

April 1st, 2005
Allan Caine
The Indispensable Fourier Transform:  Its use in optical snow
Fred Kroon
April 8th, 2005
Chrysanne DiMarco
Using Lexical Chaining to Rank Protein-Protein Interactionsin Biomedical Text  Tyrel Russell
April 15th, 2005
Michael Jarret
Constructing an Autonomic Computing Infrastructure
Matthew Enss
April 22nd, 2005
Kevin Regan
Indirect Reputation Assessment for Buying Agents in
Electronic Markets

Pascal Poupart
April 29th, 2005
Ben Miners
Hand Gestures in Human-Robot Interaction
Martin Talbot
May 6th, 2005
Romy Shioda
Optimization in Clustering and Factor Analysis
Ali Ghodsi
May 13th, 2005
Fred Kroon
A Multi-Agent Simulation of Emotional Consensus in Human Group Decision Making Shai Ben David
May 20th, 2005
No Speaker

Michael Cheng
May 27th, 2005
No Speaker

June 3rd, 2005

June 10th, 2005
Brona Brejova
Evidence combination in gene finding

June 17th, 2005
Ray Singh
Semantic Analysis with Distributed Representations
June 24th, 2005

July 1st, 2005

July 8th, 2005

July 13th, 2005
Jason Williams

July 15th, 2005
Kevin Regan and Michael Cheng

July 22nd, 2005

July 29th, 2005

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Last Updated: April 29, 2005.