Below are the summer schools and workshops sponsored by MathFIT during 2000-01. Text is included to give a flavour of the events.
Application of multiple-valued logic to artificial intelligence and to data mining
"The application of multiple-valued logic (MVL) to (i) reasoning, and to (ii) learning, represents a slowly-burgeoning area of research work. This workshop aims at significantly strengthening these applications of MVL. We are aiming at enhancing the role of MVL in data mining and in artificial intelligence. A range of speakers will deal with theoretical aspects of MVL, and applications to reasoning (in artificial intelligence) and to learning (in data mining). Clustering and classification are at the core of many of these methods and applications."
Contact: Professor Fionn Murtagh, Queen's University Belfast
Date: 27-28 April 2001
The representation and management of uncertainty in geometric computations
"The workshop provided a forum for the assessment of methods for the representation and management of uncertainty in geometric computations. The subject areas of interest included computer vision, computer graphics, pattern recognition and computer-aided geometric design. The workshop brought together mathematicians, computer scientists and engineers in order to establish new links for collaboration."
Contact: Dr Joab Winkler, University of Sheffield
Date: 5-6 July 2001
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