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Fionn Murtagh <[log in to unmask]>
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Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation
Thu, 29 Mar 2001 15:08:41 -0500
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A workshop entitled "Application of Multiple-Valued Logic to Artificial
Intelligence and to Data Mining" will be held at Queen's University Belfast
(Northern Ireland) on Friday and Saturday 27 and 28 April 2001.

Among presentations are:

- Kenneth Adams, Informatics, University of Ulster.
- David Bell, Informatics, University of Ulster.
- Geoff M. Downs, Barnard Chemical Information Ltd., Sheffield.
  "Clustering in chemistry".
- Elena Dubrova, Electronic System Design Lab, KTH Stockholm.
- Alex Gammerman, Computer Learning Research Centre, Royal Holloway,
  University of London. "Universal Transduction: confidence measures
  based on algorithmic theory of randomness".
- Boris Mirkin, Birkbeck College, University of London. "A method of
  conjunctive description of subsets in continouous-valued feature
- Claudio Moraga, Computer Science, University of Dortmund. "Decision
  diagrams." "Evolutionary design of MVL circuits."
- John McGregor, Informatics, University of Ulster.
- Fionn Murtagh, Queen's University Belfast. "Clustering of massive
  data sets."
- Bernhard von Stengel, Mathematics, London School of Economics.
  "Decomposition trees for multiple-valued functions".

Participation by young researchers and PhD students is particularly
encouraged. Some funding is available for the support of such
participants.  Please contact the organisers for further details.

Web address:

Organisers: Ken Adams, [log in to unmask], and Fionn Murtagh,
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This workshop is financially supported by the MathFIT programme
(Mathematics for Information Technology, supported by EPSRC and London
Mathematical Society).  The workshop is also supported by the British
Classification Society and the Irish Pattern Recognition and
Classification Society.

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