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Challenges in Autonomous Flight

Colloquium presented by Sebastian Scherer, Systems Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University
Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 11:00 A.M.
Location: 1170 TMCB

Statistical, Corpus-base Goal Recognition
Possible Replacement monitors for the CS Open Labs

Please go to https://goo.gl/CExXnW to register your preference and to enter any comments.

You can see and use sample monitors in the Open Lab in 1057 TMCB. Give them a try.

We are looking at monitors to replace the current monitors of each computer in all of the the Open Labs.  We would also like to provide a monitor for every laptop (w/ HDMI connection) space in those labs.  

WWII Vet, One of the First CS Faculty, Shares Story

Norman Wright has boxes—a lot of boxes. They hold countless records of history about BYU, computer science, and WWII.

“It turns out I have been around for a long time, from the very beginning of computing. That’s my claim to fame,” BYU alum Norman Wright joked.
 

An Algorithm for Symbolic Computing of Singular Limits of Dynamical Systems

Dane Bjork - MS Thesis Proposal
Wednesday, April 19th at 3:00pm
3350 TMCB
Advisor: Sean Warnick

 

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