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I was going to start this post with the words "It is very strange…" but I suspect in the modern age it isn't strange at all, it merely hasn't happened to me before.

At any rate, when I woke up this morning it was to find I had been tweeted (or, at least, mentioned in a tweet)1 by a complete stranger. This alerted me to the fact I had an article in a magazine - Space Safety Magazine in fact2.

To be fair, I did know there was going to be an article in Space Safety Magazine. I even wrote it. I just wasn't really aware that it was imminently due to appear.

Here it is - it appears to be publicly available and is aimed at a more or less general audience: Safe Autonomous Space Software.

1. I'm sorry, I really haven't grasped twitter. I think I was just mentioned, but maybe he was tweeting at me.

2. No, this is really a thing, and presumably not just invented for the opportunity to appear as a guest publication on Have I Got News For You.
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100 Current Papers in Artificial Intelligence, Automated Reasoning and Agent Programming. Number 1.

Catholijn M. Jonker, Viara Popova, Alexei Sharpanskykh, Jan Treur, and Pınar Yolum. Formal Framework to Support Organizational Design. Knowledge-Based Systems 31:89-105, 2012.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.knosys.2012.02.011
Open Access?: Sadly no.

I was half hoping to start these posts with a terribly exciting AI paper but sadly nothing terribly exciting caught my eye in the various Tables of Contents last week. However this is very much a bread-and-butter AI paper and so in some ways I'm not so sorry to be starting out with it, since it gives a good impression of what a lot of AI types do when they are not trying to develop machines that will take over the world and wipe-out humanity.

More Under the Cut )

So there you go, not terribly exciting, but a fairly typical current paper in artificial intelligence.

100 Papers

Apr. 19th, 2012 02:55 pm
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Because you all so want to read more thoughts by me...

This has been doing the rounds: a challenge to make 100 posts on the subject of your choice (no time limit).

{Take the 100 Things challenge!}

Actually, I've been thinking recently about ways to keep myself more abreast of the literature in my field which I tend to read somewhat sporadically. So the idea of some kind of one woman journal club doesn't immediately seem like a bad one. I'm going to attempt to blog about 100 current academic papers in my field (artificial intelligence, automated reasoning and agent programming) and, if possible, not make them sound too impenetrable. Given there's no time limit on this, I'm thinking I should aim for about one post per week, which should keep this going for two years by which point frankly either it will have become a habit or will have long fallen by the wayside.


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