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Reading Group Oct 21st 2004
CITO Reading Group: From "Information and Organization" Volume 14 issue 2 - PAPER 1: Einstein, Heisenberg, Kant: methodological distinction and conditions of possibilities • Emmanuel Monod. PAPER 2: Seeking the new and the critical in critical realism: déjà vu? • Heinz K. Klein
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Launch of UCD's Natural Computing Research and Applications Group (NCRA)
UCD's Natural Computing Research and Applications Group (NCRA) will be launched on Friday 24th February. This event will also feature the launch of the new book by then Groups founders, Dr. Anthony Brabazon and Dr. Michael O'Neill, titled "Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Financial Modelling" published by Springer. The authors have an ongoing collboration with members off the Centre of Management Science and Systems and the two chapters of the book have an input from staff from CMSS and students from the Master of Management Science.
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2008 Perry Award and MScBusiness Analytics Launch
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Spatial Analysis Workshop
Urban Institute Ireland in association with UCD Library is hosting an international workshop in Spatial Analysis Support on October 20/21st. This workshop will focus on the development of Spatial Analysis within UCD. There will be a number of international speakers from both academia and the library. We are hoping to present examples of how GIS is being use at present in UCD and discuss possible future directions for the future development of GIS capabilities within the university. The Academic perspective will be given by Dr Michael Goodchild, from the University of Santa Barbara, California. Director, Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, University of California, Santa Barbara and chair Executive Committee, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. The Library perspective will be ably presented by two high profile speakers: Kimberley Kowal, Curator of Digital Mapping, British Library & Nigel James, Map Librarian, Bodleian Library Oxford.
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