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Comparing the Defect Reduction Benefits of Software Inspection and Test-Driven Development

Colloquium presented by Jerod Wilkerson
Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.
Location: 1170 TMCB

Emergence of Collective Behaviors in Hub-Based Colonies using Grammatical Evolution

Aadesh Neupane
MS Thesis Proposal

Tuesday, February 13, 9:00 AM
3350 TMCB
Advisor: David Wingate


February 8, 2018
WSC Ballroom & Garden Court
9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Let’s make a deal: Could AI compromise better than humans?

Computers can play a pretty mean round of chess and keep up with the best of their human counterparts in other zero-sum games. But teaching them to cooperate and compromise instead of compete?

With help from a new algorithm created by BYU computer science professors Jacob Crandall and Michael Goodrich, along with colleagues at MIT and other international universities, machine compromise and cooperation appears not just possible, but at times even more effective than among humans.

End-to-end Trainable, Full Page, Handwriting Recognition

Curtis Wigington
MS Thesis Proposal

Friday, February 2, 12:00 PM
3350 TMCB
Advisor: Bill Barrett