The Department of Computer Science & Engineering

SNeRG Meeting/Presentation Schedule
Fall, 2000

Last Update: 20 October 2000

The SNePS Research Group meets in 224 Bell Hall, Thursdays, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Each meeting includes a general discussion of current issues. Some meetings feature a member of the group presenting his or her current work. The scheduled speakers are shown below. Meetings marked "open" do not yet have a scheduled speaker. SNeRG members may volunteer for these dates by sending email to Stuart Shapiro.

August31 Scheduling Meeting  
September7 open  
September14 Debbie Burhans Hypothetical/Generic Answers to Questions
September21 Jean-Pierre Koenig "What Outscopes What?"
September28 open  
October5 Bruce Wisenburn "The use of speech recognition for an augmentative communication system."
October12 Haythem Ismail Reasoning and Acting in Time
October19 David Pierce Machine Learning for Shallow Parsing
October26 John Santore Exploring the use of the Crystal Space 3D engine as a simulation world for Cassie
November2 Tony Petre "Contexts as Terms in SNePS"
November9 NEW Stuart C. Shapiro NEW Reprise of recent talks
November16 Bharat Bhushan  
November30 Bill Rapaport "Holism, Conceptual-Role Semantics, and Syntactic Semantics"
December7 Beaumont N. Brush & Christopher Phipps Medical Natural-Language Processing

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