Lycos search: user modelling

Load average: 7.89: Lycos June 21, 1995 catalog, 4237364 unique URLs (see Lycos News)


Found 41514 documents matching at least one search term.
Printing only the first 150 documents with at least scores of 0.010 and matching 2 search terms.

Matching words (number of documents): user (37587), user0185 (1), user05 (4), user1 (7), user2 (11), user2user (1), user3 (2), user5 (1), user6 (1), user659601 (1), user6bed (1), user6xls (2), user908739 (1), usera (8), useraaaa (1), useracademic (1), useracc (2), useraccess (3), useraccount (3), modelling (4040), modellingr (1), modellings (4)


#1. [score 1.0000, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www-iub.indiana.edu/cgi-bin/nethaps/423

last fetched: 04-Mar-95
bytes: 6643
links: 1

title: Net Happenings (IU Local Archive)

outline: Net Happenings (IU Local Archive) User Modelling 94: Call for Papers (fwd)

keys:

excerpt: Net Happenings (IU Local Archive) User Modelling 94: Call for Papers (fwd) From sackman@plains.NoDak.edu Sat Jul 10 07:01:45 1993 id AB19435; Sat, 10 Jul 93 07:01:45 PDT Subject: User Modelling 94: Call for Papers (fwd) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Forwarded by Gleason Sackman, net-happenings moderator ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ---------- Text of forwarded message ---------- Subject: User Modelling 94: Call for Papers UM-94: Call for Papers and SIG Meeting Proposals FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON USER MODELING Hyannis, Cape Cod, MA, U.S.A. August 15-19, 1994 Research in the field of user modeling and user-adapted interaction


#2. [score 0.9951, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.lpac.ac.uk/SEL-HPC/Articles/GeneratedHtml/hci.model.html

last fetched: 29-Nov-94
bytes: 1783
links: 5

title: Human Computer Interaction archive (User modelling)

outline: Human Computer Interaction archive User modelling subject area

keys: modelling

excerpt: Human Computer Interaction archive (User modelling) Human Computer Interaction archive User modelling subject area A BibTeX version of this database can be found here . Article links with a size in kbytes next to them are correct; documents without a size havn't been checked yet. This document was


#3. [score 0.9945, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.lpac.qmw.ac.uk/SEL-HPC/Articles/GeneratedHtml/hci.model.html

last fetched: 28-Nov-94
bytes: 1782
links: 5

title: Human Computer Interaction archive (User modelling)

outline: Human Computer Interaction archive User modelling subject area

keys: modelling

excerpt: Human Computer Interaction archive (User modelling) Human Computer Interaction archive User modelling subject area A BibTeX version of this database can be found here . Article links with a size in kbytes next to them are correct; documents without a size havn't been checked yet. This document was


#4. [score 0.9742, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/I43.html

last fetched: 12-Feb-95
bytes: 5501
links: 4

title: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I.4.3

keys: modelling

excerpt: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I.4.3 This is the AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I.4.3. Click here to Return to the Index I.4.3 User Modelling In the context of this project, "user modelling" is taken to mean the construction of scientific models (and their engineering approximations) for predicting the behaviour of the human users of comput... The reference point for a detailed information-processing approach to user modelling remains the GOMS family of models introduced by Card, Moran & Newell (1983). GOMS itself has by now lost its radica... In addition, there is a wide variety of approaches to user modelling, both European and American, ranging from primarily organisational analyses


#5. [score 0.9565, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/II22.html

last fetched: 12-Jan-95
bytes: 20171
links: 11

title: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II.2.2

keys: modelling

excerpt: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II.2.2 This is the AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II2.2. Click here to Return to the Index II.2.2 RP2: User Modelling Contents of this section: * Objectives * Approach * Content * Relationships with other research packages * Deliverables * Resources * Tasks Objectives User modelling is intended to enhance the quality of interface design - both the process and the outcome - by serving to draw designers' attention at an early stage of design both to what is good abou... The specific objective of this Research Package is to develop user models of sufficient scope to deal with user behaviour in perceptually rich interactional settings (Objective 6, section I.3


#6. [score 0.9388, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.cs.ubc.ca/spider/csinger/home.html

last fetched: 30-Mar-95
bytes: 3053

title: The Phantom's WWW Main Entrypoint

outline: The Phantom's Opera

keys: modelling

excerpt: The Phantom's WWW Main Entrypoint The Phantom's Opera This is Andrew Csinger's home page. This is where I start out when I want to ignore my thesis work, or otherwise waste time. Don't forget to sign my guestbook ! Here are some abstracts of my on-going research work: * User Modelling '94 Poster * User Modelling '94 DoctoralConsortium * Hypertext '93 Poster Here are some papers I've written: * The Psychology of Visualization * Cross Modal Reference and the Attention Problem * Unexpected Value *Hypothetically


#7. [score 0.9353, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.lpac.qmw.ac.uk/SEL-HPC/Articles/HciAdd.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 08-Jun-95
bytes: 4482

title: Human Computer Interaction: bibtex entry

outline: Human Computer Interaction: adding an article

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Human Computer Interaction: bibtex entry Human Computer Interaction: adding an article 1) Which of the following areas best describes the scope of your paper? NONE (see text entry below) The Design process: design approaches The Design process: task analysis The Design process: requirements The Design process: principles, guidelines and standards The Design process: studies of design The Design process: evaluation Design and Development Software: design environments Design and Development Software: prototyping tools Design and Development Software: user interface management Cognitive Issues Intelligent and adaptive interfaces User modelling Groupwork/CSCW Formal Methods Hypertext/Hypermedia Multimdeia
descriptions:
Add an article to the archive.
Human Computer Interaction


#8. [score 0.9318, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/taind.html

last fetched: 25-Dec-94
bytes: 2578
links: 19

title: Amodeus technical annex index

outline: Amodeus technical annex index

keys: modelling

excerpt: Amodeus technical annex index I. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT I.3 Objectives, Expected results and Exploitation Plans *I.3.1 General Aims *I.3.2 Specific Objectives *I.3.3 Expected Results * I.3.4 Exploitation Plans I.4 Baseline and Rationale * I.4.1 AMODEUS (3066) and its Achievements * I.4.2 System Modelling * I.4.3 User Modelling * I.4.4 Integrational Frameworks * I.4.5 Assay * I.4.6 Novelty of Approach * I.4.7 Dependencies on


#9. [score 0.9302, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.rmc.ca/~buck/

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 03-Jun-95
bytes: 2092
links: 6

title: Major Wayne Buck - Home Page

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Major Wayne Buck - Home Page Major Wayne Buck Year: Second Finish Date: May 96 Here I am in my drivers licence photo. Courses taken this past term (Spring '95): * CSE580 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence * CSE565 Database Systems * CSE567 Knowledge Base Systems *MAE509 Thesis Research Areas of Research Interest: *User Modelling Shell Systems


#10. [score 0.9273, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.cs.bgsu.edu/hypertext/adaptive/Beaumont.html
descriptions:
User Modelling and Hypertext Adaptation in the Tutoring System Anatom-Tutor


#11. [score 0.9249, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://web.inf.rl.ac.uk/people/mdw_refs.html
descriptions:
Rutherford Appleton: User Modelling articles by Michael Wilson


#12. [score 0.9226, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://nswt.tuwien.ac.at:8000/hci/papers/user-model.ps.Z
descriptions:
Notes on Assumptions of User Modelling


#13. [score 0.9212, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/aigr/courses/../people/jft.html

last fetched: 15-Jan-95
bytes: 2679
links: 13

title: AI Group - People - Jenifer Tennison

outline: Jenifer Tennison Background Research Interests Teaching Publication

keys: modelling

excerpt: AI Group - People - Jenifer Tennison Background Degrees: BSc (Hons) in Psychology (first class) Diploma in Applied Psychology Present position: Graduate Teaching Assistant. This includes research towards a PhD with Nigel Shadbolt and Frank Ritter as supervisors. Research Interests Jeni is interested in whether AI can increase the usability of computer systems, and thus in: * user modelling; * explanation in knowledge-based systems; * distributed


#14. [score 0.9197, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://acne.bus.sfu.ca/Homes/c_jonescv.html

last fetched: 11-Jun-95
file date: 06-Apr-95
bytes: 3927
links: 1

title: Dr. Christpher Jones

outline: Dr. Christopher (Chris) V. Jones

keys: modelling

excerpt: Dr. Christpher Jones Dr. Christopher (Chris) V. Jones B.Sc., M.Eng., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Cornell) Associate Professor Specialization and Research Interests Model Management, Visual Interactive Modelling, User Interfaces, Scientific Visualization, Combinational Optimization Publications "An Integrated Modeling Environment Based on Attributed Graphs and Graph-Grammars," Decision Support Systems , Vol. 10, 1993, 255-275. "Reframing Decision Problems: A Graph-Grammar Approach," Information Systems Research , Vol.4, No.1, 1993, 55-87 (with S. Schocken). "Attributed Graphs, Graph-Grammars and Structured Modeling," Annals of Operations Research , Vol. 38, 1992


#15. [score 0.9195, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/aigr/people/jft.html

last fetched: 17-Jun-95
bytes: 3623
links: 17

title: AI Group - People - Jenifer Tennison

outline: Jenifer Tennison Background Research Interests Teaching Publication

keys: modelling

excerpt: AI Group - People - Jenifer Tennison Background Degrees: BSc (Hons) in Psychology (first class) Diploma in Applied Psychology Present position: Graduate Teaching Assistant. This includes research towards a PhD with Nigel Shadbolt and Frank Ritter as supervisors. Research Interests Jeni is interested in whether AI can increase the usability of computer systems, and thus in: * user modelling; * explanation in knowledge-based systems; * distributed cognition; * communications with large information bases. She is webcoordinator for the Psychology Department. Her research has progressed onto CHIME (Collaborative
descriptions:
http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/aigr/people/jft.html
Jeni Tennison


#16. [score 0.9183, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/II1.html

last fetched: 26-Dec-94
bytes: 15974
links: 10

title: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II.1

outline: II. PROGRAMME OF WORK II.1 Introduction to the Workplan

keys:

excerpt: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II.1 This is the AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section II1 Click here to Return to the Index II. PROGRAMME OF WORK II.1 Introduction to the Workplan Contents of this section: * II.1.1 Organisation and Sequencing of Research Activity * II.1.2 Associates * II.1.3 Workshops Travel & Personnel Exchanges II.1.1 Organisation and sequencing of research activity As already described in Section I , the project consists of four strands, each of which forms a single Research Package in the Workplan: *RP1: System Modelling *RP2: User Modelling *RP3: Integrational and Design Expressions *RP4: Transferring and Assaying Design Expressions in Use The statement of objectives ( section


#17. [score 0.9116, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.imat.maschinenbau.uni-kassel.de/staff.html

last fetched: 13-Apr-95
bytes: 5265
links: 14

outline: Systems Engineering and Human-Machine Systems Head: Staff:

keys:

excerpt: Head: Professor Dr.-Ing. Gunnar Johannsen Tel. ++49-561-804-2658 Research Interests: Human-machine systems (man-machine systems); systems engineering; knowledge-based systems Tel.: ++49-561-804-2700 Staff: Dipl.-Ing. Salaheddin Ali Tel. ++49-561-804-3504 Research Interests: Qualitative simulation; fuzzy qualitative simulation; computer animation; hypermedia and participative design for process control Dr.-Ing. Elena Averbukh Tel. ++49-561-804-2754 Research Interests: Knowledge-based systems (design and implementation); CAD; adaptive man-machine interface; user modelling Dipl.-Inform. Sabine Borndorff-Eccarius Tel. ++49-561-804-2704 Research Interests: Knowledge acquisition; task analyses; knowledge
descriptions:
The people working at IMAT-MMS


#18. [score 0.9111, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~rxb/HTML_text/home.html

last fetched: 11-Feb-95
bytes: 4344
links: 27

title: Russell Beale's Home Page

outline: Research Interests People

keys:

excerpt: Russell Beale's Home Page Research Interests My main interest is in the area of intelligent systems, usually applied to human-computer interaction. These interests can be subdivided roughly as follows: Agent-based interaction User modelling with neural networks Interface adaption CSCW and remote working Data mining Theoretical analysis of binary networks Temporal processing in neural networks Neural models of vision Gesture recognition PDAs Take a look at th... From here you can access a number of resources and links to other useful documents. You can access the teaching resources for the Human Computer Interaction textbook. The is also the research page devoted to neural networks and pattern


#19. [score 0.9092, 2 of 2 terms, adj 1.0] http://www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/~jacs/wx/docs/related.html

last fetched: 09-May-95
file date: 05-May-95
bytes: 7137
links: 61

title: wxWindows: Related Information

outline: wxWindows: related information

keys:

excerpt: wxWindows: Related Information wxWindows: related information This page contains pointers to other information, intimately or vaguely related to GUIs and multi-platform software development. GUI tools based on wxWindows: * wxPython: an IDE for Python by Harri Pasanen * wxCLIPS , a GUI shell for CLIPS (available in CLIPS 5.1, CLIPS 6.0 and Fuzzy CLIPS versions) * OPL: an Object Oriented Prolog interpreter * HARDY: a hypertext-based diagramming tool General GUI: * Portable GUI FAQ * SEED UI page * Rutherford Appleton review of GUI tools * Rutherford Appleton: User Modelling articles by Michael Wilson * Brad Myer's Tool List * Taligent: Building Object-Oriented Frameworks * Taligent: Leveraging


#20. [score 0.8983, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.8] http://forest.gsfc.nasa.gov/html/sample_panels.html

last fetched: 11-Dec-94
bytes: 7419
links: 16

title: Ecosystem Modelling Interface: Sample Panels

outline: Ecosystem Modelling Interface Sample Panels

keys: modelling

excerpt: Ecosystem Modelling Interface: Sample Panels Ecosystem Modelling Interface Sample Panels The graphical user interface is the gateway into the modelling environment. It presents the user with a familiar Motif style look and feel, and guides the user through the modelling session through the use of hierarchical menus. The main window remains on the screen throughout the session. The models menu presents a list of available models. Models have been grouped into 4 basic categories at present: Climate, Vegetation, Soil, and Radiation. A choice of category reveals a menu of the actual models, such as the Zelig model of forest population dynamics. Selection of a specific model results in the ...


#21. [score 0.8356, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.8] http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/rgd/Modules/Acs-details/539c.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
bytes: 4001
links: 1

outline: CS539c Human-Computer Interaction Aims Outline Syllabus

keys: modelling

excerpt: CS539c Human-Computer Interaction Dr Dave Wastell Aims Human computer interaction (HCI) is a broad and eclectic field. The unifying theme is a concern with the "user", as an individual or as a member of a wider collectivity (the work-group, the organization as a whole), in relation to the design of computer-based artifacts. The main aim of this course is to introduce students to the breadth and diversity of research in HCI. A range of key research topics (e.g. user involvement, cognitive modelling, CSCW) will be examined by critical reading of seminal research papers. Research paradigms and epistemological issues will be important concerns. The impact of the
descriptions:
CS539c Human Computer Interaction
CS539d Minds and Machines


#22. [score 0.8285, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.8] http://www.fokus.gmd.de/ovma/ovma-describ.html

last fetched: 12-Dec-94
bytes: 5566
links: 5

title: FB OVMA

outline: The Open Distributed Multimedia Applications (OVMA) Group

keys: modelling

excerpt: FB OVMA The Open Distributed Multimedia Applications (OVMA) Group The research group Open Distributed Multimedia Applications (OVMA) conceives, develops and provides components and services for various communication forms within the field of co-operative work to sup... In order to meet these goals, research and development activities include the fields of communication services, graphical user interfaces and modelling of distributed systems, in addition to the repre... Co-operation and flexible configuration of components enable different applications to use the same components. A prerequisite for the co-operation of these components in an open, heterogeneous enviro... Within distributed applications


#23. [score 0.7855, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.7] http://www.ida.liu.se/labs/caelab/members/stala/userinfo.html

last fetched: 23-Dec-94
bytes: 1602
links: 5

title: Userinfo: Staffan Flodin

outline: Project

keys: modelling

excerpt: Userinfo: Staffan Flodin Project Query processing in Object-relational database management system. The Object-Oriented modelling paradigm encourages the user to build large and complex models which with it's inheritance and operator ... At present I'm working on how to


#24. [score 0.7798, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.7] http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biocat/Molecular_modelling_and_graphics.html

last fetched: 21-Apr-95
bytes: 53351
links: 47

title: Catalogue of Molecular Biology Programs

outline: The BioCatalog

keys:

excerpt: Catalogue of Molecular Biology Programs The BioCatalog Release 4.2 - 01 Apr 1995 This catalog do not list all the programs that run only on micro-computers. Our thanks are there. The name of the site, the words gopher and WWW are links to ftp, gopher and WWW servers AC BC00121 NAME AMPAC with Graphical User Interface DOMAIN Molecular modelling and graphics DESCRIPTION Semiempirical Quantum mechanical methods DESCRIPTION Input_Format: MOPAC, AMPAC, cartesian DESCRIPTION Output_Format: MOPAC, AMPAC DESCRIPTION Molecular_Model: wire, ball_and_stick DESCRIPTION Output_Type: display, AUTHOR Andy Holder RT - ADDRESS President, Semichem / Prof., U. of Missouri-KC ADDRESS Tel: (913)268-3271 ADDRESS Fax
descriptions:
Molecular modelling and graphics


#25. [score 0.6964, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.5] http://www.otech.fi/otech/ProcessVision.html

last fetched: 29-Mar-95
bytes: 604

title: PROCESS VISION OY

outline: PROCESS VISION OY

keys: modelling

excerpt: PROCESS VISION OY Produces user friendly software tools for mathematical modelling and problem solving
descriptions:
Process Vision OY


#26. [score 0.6665, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.4] http://webnet.mednet.gu.se/chemistry/molmod/

last fetched: 01-Apr-95
bytes: 3696
links: 24

title: Molecular Modelling Toolbox

outline: General Documents Structure Databases Online User Manuals Other Links of Interest

keys: modelling

excerpt: Molecular Modelling Toolbox General Documents The NIH Guide to Molecular Modelling is a comprehensive introduction to computational chemistry. * Getting Started * Molecular Mechanics * Molecular Dynamics * Quantum Mechanics * References Structure Databases Klotho , the biochemical compounds declarative database, is a collection of molecules of interest to the computational biochemist. Search the Protein Data Bank with a graphical interface or use PDB At A Glance , a hypertext-based table of contents from NIH. If you need to access the latest version of the database, try the webserver at the Brookhaven Laboratory


#27. [score 0.6260, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.3] http://laws.lanl.gov/~x6/Justine/justine.html

last fetched: 21-Apr-95
bytes: 2187
links: 12

title: Justine(TM) -- Graphical User Interface for LARAMIE(TM)

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Justine(TM) -- Graphical User Interface for LARAMIE(TM) Justine(TM) -- The Graphical User Interface for LARAMIE(TM) Welcome to the Justine( TM ) home page at the Los Alamos National Laboratory ( LANL ). Justine is the graphical user interface (GUI) for the Los Alamos Radiation Modelling Interactive Environment ( LARAMIE ). Justine provides convienient and intuitive


#28. [score 0.5971, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.3] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/garnet/www/screen-shots/screen-shots.html

last fetched: 12-May-95
file date: 01-May-95
bytes: 2822
links: 23

title: Garnet Applications

outline: Garnet Applications Home Pages for Projects Using Garnet: Screens That Garnet Users Have Sent Us:

keys: modelling

excerpt: Garnet Applications There have been over 80 Garnet-based applications written by diverse groups all over the world. This is a sample of some of them. Home Pages for Projects Using Garnet: *The Amphion project at aims to make knowledge-based software enginnering (KBSE) a reality for NASA. * Humanoid : model based user interface development environmnent. * Cactus : A simulation system modelling public order incidents for training and planning. * Poems : A collaborative
descriptions:
Links and screens


#29. [score 0.5524, 2 of 2 terms, adj 0.2] ftp://ftp.imag.fr/pub/TIMC/FoldIt.html

last fetched: 17-May-95
bytes: 2040
links: 2

keys: modelling

excerpt: FoldIt (Light) Version 4.0.1 'FoldIt (light)' is a molecular modelling program to visualize and manipulate proteins with a user friendly interface (Macintosh only!). The goal of this program was to build an integrated environment in which statistical analysis as well 3D observations could be realized on PDB files without having to transfer
descriptions:
FoldIt (Light)


#30. [score 0.4939, 2 of 2 terms] http://vrml.wired.com/arch/0436.html

last fetched: 09-May-95
bytes: 3978
links: 15

title: VRML Hypermail Archive: Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour

outline: Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour

keys: modelling user

excerpt: VRML Hypermail Archive: Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour Kenneth C. Jenks ( kjenks@sd-www.jsc.nasa.gov ) Mon, 8 Aug 94 10:22:22 -0600 * Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] * Next message: Paul Burchard: "Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour" * Previous message: Virtual Reality : "An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour" * Maybe in reply to: Virtual Reality : "An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour" * Next in thread: Paul Burchard: "Re: An Event Driven Approach to Modelling Object Behaviour" Peter


#31. [score 0.4865, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/aigr/research/cmat/cmat.html

last fetched: 27-May-95
file date: 01-Aug-94
bytes: 2259
links: 10

title: AI Group - Research - Cognitive Modelling

outline: Cognitive Modelling and Associated Tools ATC Simulation Condem Dismal

keys: modelling user

excerpt: AI Group - Research - Cognitive Modelling Cognitive Modelling and Associated Tools ATC Simulation A new project funded by the DRA will look at understanding how decisions can be learned and made rapidly in an interactive, changing environment. This understanding will be summarised by creating a user model that interacts with an Air-Traffic Control ( ATC ) simulation. Later stages
descriptions:
Nottingham - Cognitive Modelling and Associated Tools


#32. [score 0.4800, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.caos.kun.nl/tutorials/camm/3DM_tut.html

last fetched: 03-Jun-95
file date: 09-May-95
bytes: 4258
links: 13

title: Tutorial Pages: 3DM

outline: Welcome to the 3D databases & Modelling Tutorials You've just come across a page under construction ! 3D databases Modelling

keys: modelling

excerpt: Tutorial Pages: 3DM Welcome to the 3D databases & Modelling Tutorials You've just come across a page under construction ! Please, feel free to continue, but return to this page again in a few days ! Preliminary Each turorial assumes you have a user account and password. If you don't have an account yet, please go Back to the Introductory Tutorial , or have a look at our Home page for more information about the range and extent of services we offer. Now is the time to open a window and telnet to our main host computer, if you have not done so already. Please, startup the menu and select _B_(3D Databases & Modelling) as you have learnt in the Introductory Tutorial . (You will see the following
descriptions:
(3D Databases & Modelling)


#33. [score 0.4736, 2 of 2 terms] http://bundy.hibo.no/~rpd/Speaker/sl_acous.html

last fetched: 07-Jun-95
file date: 07-May-95
bytes: 6996

title: Acoustic Modelling and Auralization

outline: Acoustic Modelling and Auralization

keys: modelling

excerpt: Acoustic Modelling and Auralization mapping; estimated reverberation time; allows input of room data. Description: 20000 SEK (approx. US$2500) for the binaural post-processing/ auralization part. prediction and desktop auralization. It uses an image source model and ray tracing with the ability to vary wall subdivision, wall absorption, and source data (directivity, aim, power spectrum). Ray tracing is used for audience area early SPL and ray direction coverage mapping in four user selectable arrival-time intervals (eg. 0-20, 20-50, 50-80, and 80-200 ms). Walls, or parts of walls, can be assigned both an absorption factor, a "diffusion factor", and an automatic size-dependent diffusing edge-effect


#34. [score 0.4734, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-uk.research.ec.org/ec-it/wp/domain8.html

last fetched: 29-May-95
bytes: 12797
links: 22

title: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing

outline: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing Introduction Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment Requirements

keys: modelling

excerpt: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing * Introduction * Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling * Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise * Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment * Requirements Specifications: User Group Reference Projects * Test Environments: Application Groups * Demonstrators: Targeted Application Projects * Information Dissemination Introduction The goal of activities in the focused cluster Integration in Manufacturing is, through the development of new IT solutions, to accelerate and enhance the ability of European manufacturing industry to capitalise on advanced IT developments and to integrate the various strands of work as part of a strategic initiative
descriptions:
8. Focused Cluster: Integration in Manufacturing
Demonstrators: Targeted Application Projects
Domain 8
Information Dissemination
Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling
Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment
Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise
Requirements Specifications: User Group Reference Projects
Test Environments: Application Groups


#35. [score 0.4718, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-white.media.mit.edu/vismod/credits/credits.html

last fetched: 02-Jun-95
file date: 05-Feb-95
bytes: 2238
links: 13

title: Vision and Modelling Group Credits

outline: Visweb Credits

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Vision and Modelling Group Credits Visweb Credits The visweb pages are brought to you by the entire Vision and Modeling Group of the MIT Media Lab with special help from: * Dave Becker (becker@media.mit.edu) Technical reports page and info request page. User email requests program. * Chris Wren (cren@media.mit.edu) Clickable Maps, IVE Demo * Martin Friedmann Visual search


#36. [score 0.4708, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.caos.kun.nl/tools-interfaces/tools-interfaces.html

last fetched: 11-Jun-95
file date: 07-Apr-95
bytes: 2886
links: 2

title: Network Services and User Interfacing

outline: Introduction Publications Contributions in Periodicals (mainly Dutch). Symposia: invited speakers.

keys: modelling

excerpt: Network Services and User Interfacing Introduction The development of Tools for Chemical Network Services and User interfacing at the CAOS/CAMM Center focuses on: * integration of available tools * improvement of data retrieval software * development of a general User interface, (GMS) . The latter research is financially supported by a grant from EMBnet which is gratefully acknowledged. Since the beginning of this research program in 1985, the following publications have appeared


#37. [score 0.4690, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/I1&2.html

last fetched: 04-Jan-95
bytes: 4954
links: 2

title: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I1, I2

outline: I. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT AIMS APPROACH AND METHODS POTENTIAL

keys: modelling

excerpt: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I1, I2 This is the AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I1, I2. Click here to Return to the Index I. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT AIMS The development of effective information technology requires designers to consider a huge range of system, user, and workplace concerns. Each advance in technology raises new issues that have to be en... (A)To establish a set of related integrational frameworks for expressing different aspects of the design of user-system interaction. (B)To extend the scope of basic modelling techniques to provide analytic leverage on the problems of user-system interaction with sophisticated interactive technologies; and (C) To assess how integrational


#38. [score 0.4686, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.gla.ac.uk/Acad/Vet/VIE/project/generic/generic.html

last fetched: 03-Jun-95
file date: 03-Dec-94
bytes: 2401
links: 7

title: Generic Decision Support - Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology

outline: Generic Decision Support Systems for Livestock Disease Control

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Generic Decision Support - Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology Generic Decision Support Systems for Livestock Disease Control The generic modelling project aims to pioneer a new approach to the modelling and control of epizootic diseases. The immediate goal is to produce a computer-based tool which will help optimise disease... Researchers Involved George
descriptions:
Generic Modelling


#39. [score 0.4673, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.maths.mu.oz.au/~worms/iota/iota1.html

last fetched: 14-Apr-95
bytes: 16383

title: Towards OR/MS User Interfaces

keys: modelling

excerpt: Towards OR/MS User Interfaces IOTA(L/1), April 1995 Towards OR/MS User Interfaces Before The Sydney 2000 Olympics Moshe Sniedovich Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne Parkville, VIC 3052, Australia (Presented at the ASOR Melbourne Chapter Conference, RMIT, Nov 17, 1993) 1. Introduction Can you imagine this! In just over six years, some of us will celebrate the end of the 20th century! Operations Research and Management Science societies all over the world will certainly organise and sponsor all sort of activities specifically planned for this purpose. These activities will involve, among other things, two perspectives, namely taking stock of successes and failures during the


#40. [score 0.4662, 2 of 2 terms] http://newcastle.cabernet.esprit.ec.org/ec-it/wp/domain8.html

last fetched: 13-Jan-95
bytes: 12797
links: 22

title: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing

outline: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing Introduction Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment Requirements

keys: modelling

excerpt: Domain 8: Integration in Manufacturing * Introduction * Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling * Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise * Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment * Requirements Specifications: User Group Reference Projects * Test Environments: Application Groups * Demonstrators: Targeted Application Projects * Information Dissemination Introduction The goal of activities in the focused cluster Integration in Manufacturing is, through the development of new IT solutions, to accelerate and enhance the ability of European manufacturing industry to capitalise on advanced IT developments and to integrate the various strands of work as part of a strategic initiative


#41. [score 0.4660, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.bgsu.edu/hypertext/adaptive/um94.html

last fetched: 09-Apr-95
bytes: 1875
links: 10

title: Adaptive hypertext and hypermedia

outline: Adaptive hypertext and hypermedia Workshop held in conjunction with UM'94 (Fourth International Conference on User Modeling) Afternoon of Wednesday, Aug. 17, 1994 Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Adaptive hypertext and hypermedia Workshop held in conjunction with UM'94 (Fourth International Conference on User Modeling) Afternoon of Wednesday, Aug. 17, 1994 Hyannis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Under Construction! Some of the lines were truncated in transit to me, so a few of the paragraphs end abruptly


#42. [score 0.4658, 2 of 2 terms] gopher://biox.embnet.unibas.ch:13020/0R97590-99004-/current

last fetched: 19-Apr-95
bytes: 1413

keys: modelling user

excerpt: From lebon@lysine.biq.fundp.ac.be Wed Mar 22 17:49:23 1995 Subject: modelling Dear netters, I am modelling the interactions between different ligands and a protein using CVFF forcefield. I have now some ligands containing metals: Cu, Co


#43. [score 0.4651, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.minet.com/net3d/netrend.html

last fetched: 14-May-95
file date: 09-Apr-95
bytes: 1961
links: 5

title: MiNET's NetRend

keys: modelling user

excerpt: MiNET's NetRend INTERACTIVE, 3-D RENDERING ON THE WEB O VERVIEW NetRend(tm) is a real-time, 3-D solid modelling engine for the World Wide Web using any Web browser. It renders objects in real-time, interlaced and transparent and allows for complete user interactivity, specifying distance, x-rotation, y-rotation, z-rotation, width


#44. [score 0.4649, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.newcastle.research.ec.org/esprit-br/synopses/8467.html

last fetched: 06-Jan-95
bytes: 4633
links: 11

title: SiE-WG - 8467

outline: Simulation for the Future: New Concepts, Tools and Applications SiE-WG - 8467

keys: modelling

excerpt: SiE-WG - 8467 Simulation for the Future: New Concepts, Tools and Applications SiE-WG - 8467 Work Area: Theories and Models for the Design of Heterogeneous Systems Keywords multiparadigm modelling, parallel and distributed simulation, multicomponent systems, interfaces, animation, scientific ... Start Date: to be announced / Status: starting [ participants / contact ] Abstract The WG aims to improve modelling and simulation processes; to enter new application areas; and to establish intelligent user-simulator interfaces, while studying their impact on the future of... Aims Simulation based upon models of heterogeneous and multi-paradigm systems, using multiple computer agents and multi-model interfaces


#45. [score 0.4649, 2 of 2 terms] ftp://warp.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/project/iwarp/archive/iWarp-papers

last fetched: 02-Jun-95
bytes: 5769
links: 53

title: iWarp-papers directory

keys: modelling user

excerpt: iWarp-papers directory iWarp-papers Up to archive * isca95-modelling-memory-performance.abs.txt * cmu-cs-90-197-supporting-com-on-iwarp.abs.txt * cmu-cs-90-197-supporting-com-on-iwarp.ps * cmu-cs-90-197-supporting-com-on-iwarp.ps.gz * cmu-cs-91-109-routing-irreg-meshes.abs.txt * cmu-cs-91-109-routing-irreg-meshes.ps * cmu-cs-91-109-routing-irreg-meshes.ps.gz * cmu-cs-92-215-impact-of-comm-styles.abs.txt * cmu-cs-92-215-impact-of-comm-styles.ps * cmu-cs-92-215-impact-of-comm-styles.ps.gz * cmu-cs-94-108-composing-programs.abs.txt * cmu-cs-94-108-composing-pr... user-manual93-iwarp-pcs-plus.ps.gz


#46. [score 0.4643, 2 of 2 terms] http://newcastle.cabernet.esprit.ec.org/esp-syn/text/6090.html

last fetched: 12-May-95
bytes: 3923
links: 12

title: FIRES - 6090

outline: Feature-Based Integrated Rapid Engineering System FIRES - 6090 Objectives

keys: modelling

excerpt: FIRES - 6090 Feature-Based Integrated Rapid Engineering System FIRES - 6090 Keywords feature-based parts modelling, CAPP, STEP standard Start Date: 01-JUL-92 / Duration: 36 months [ contact / participants ] Objectives The objective of the FIRES project is to develop and validate a prototype of a CAD/CAM part modeller focusing on the requirements of 3-D complex parts. The approach will be to enhance the functionality and integration of existing solutions to include feature-based parts modelling, computer-aided process planning (CAPP) using knowledge-based technique... A user-extensible set of features will be integrated with conventional boundary


#47. [score 0.4637, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/SDG/IT94/Proceedings/Educ/kummerfeld/kummerfeld.html

last fetched: 03-Apr-95
bytes: 20659
links: 6

title: An Individualised Course for the C Programming Language

outline: An Individualised Course for the C Programming Language Abstract

keys: modelling user

excerpt: An Individualised Course for the C Programming Language J Kay and R.J.Kummerfeld Department of Computer Science University of Sydney Abstract This paper describes a hypertext based system for teaching the C programming language. The course is presented using the Mosaic World Wide Web browser and differs from a conventional hypertext based course in that the material is individualised for each user. When a user first begins the course they follow a standard path and are asked, using HTML-based forms, a series of questions about their background and knowledge of programming. The answers to these q...
descriptions:
An Individualised Course for the C Programming Language


#48. [score 0.4626, 2 of 2 terms] http://sun14.vlsi.uwaterloo.ca

last fetched: 13-May-95
file date: 01-Mar-95
bytes: 1267

title: The VLSI Group at the University of Waterloo

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The VLSI Group at the University of Waterloo Research in the areas of structured hierarchical design, simulation and modelling methodology for digital, analog, and mixed analog/digital VLSI circuits and systems.
descriptions:
VLSI Research Group


#49. [score 0.4621, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.oslo.sintef.no/avd/32/3270/brosjyrer/engelsk/5c.html

last fetched: 13-Apr-95
bytes: 913

title: The Usability Laboratory

outline: Prediction/eye-tracking

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The Usability Laboratory Prediction/eye-tracking SINTEF REHAB has developed and evaluated a specialized user interface for word predicition. People with


#50. [score 0.4619, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/agents

last fetched: 09-Apr-95
bytes: 554
links: 2

title: Redirection

outline: Redirection

keys: user

excerpt: Redirection This document can be found elsewhere. You see this message because your browser doesn
descriptions:
London-University College (UCL) - Planning, Agent Modelling and Robotics
UCL Planning, Agent Modelling and Robotics Group


#51. [score 0.4613, 2 of 2 terms] http://lethe.leeds.ac.uk/staff/HortonD/publ/

last fetched: 19-Apr-95
bytes: 9353
links: 8

title: Dave Horton's Publications

outline: Publications to November 1994 Papers presented at conferences Papers published in journals Reports and user manuals

keys: modelling

excerpt: Dave Horton's Publications Publications to November 1994 * Papers presented at conferences * Papers published in journals * Reports and User Manuals Papers presented at conferences Crolla D.A., Horton D. (1993) Vehicle system simulation using a toolkit based strategy. AUTOTECH'93, I.Mech.E. Paper C462/38/065. Crolla D.A., Horton D., Yip C.K., Woods M. (1993) Vehicle Handling Case Studies: an on/off road vehicle and a 16t truck. Proc. 13th IAVSD International Conference on the Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks. Chengdu, China. August 1993. Crolla D.A., Horton D., Firth G.R. (1993) A comparison of axle and independent suspension for off-road vehicles. Proc. 11th International Conference


#52. [score 0.4613, 2 of 2 terms] http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/makhzan.html

last fetched: 12-Apr-95
bytes: 1921
links: 2

outline: The Makhzan Social Anthropology Bibliography

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The Makhzan Social Anthropology Bibliography (perl regexp) Enter search keywords into blank and click the submit button. The user interface for this is not very good at the moment (unless you know Perl regular expressions well!). You can search for a single term and all references which contain this term anywhere will be
descriptions:
csac social anthropology bibliography ('the makhzan')


#53. [score 0.4612, 2 of 2 terms] http://lethe.leeds.ac.uk/staff/HortonD/publ/index.html

last fetched: 14-Apr-95
bytes: 9350
links: 8

title: Dave Horton's Publications

outline: Publications to November 1994 Papers presented at conferences Papers published in journals Reports and user manuals

keys: modelling

excerpt: Dave Horton's Publications Publications to November 1994 * Papers presented at conferences * Papers published in journals * Reports and User Manuals Papers presented at conferences Crolla D.A., Horton D. (1993) Vehicle system simulation using a toolkit based strategy. AUTOTECH'93, I.Mech.E. Paper C462/38/065. Crolla D.A., Horton D., Yip C.K., Woods M. (1993) Vehicle Handling Case Studies: an on/off road vehicle and a 16t truck. Proc. 13th IAVSD International Conference on the Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks. Chengdu, China. August 1993. Crolla D.A., Horton D., Firth G.R. (1993) A comparison of axle and independent suspension for off-road vehicles. Proc. 11th International Conference


#54. [score 0.4610, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cstr.ed.ac.uk/%23cstr.html%23

last fetched: 15-May-95
file date: 08-Mar-95
bytes: 1927
links: 12

title: CSTR Home Page

outline: The Centre for Speech Technology Research CSTR Local Info

keys: modelling user

excerpt: CSTR Home Page The Centre for Speech Technology Research Centre for Speech technology Research 80 South Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1HN, United Kingdom Tel: +44 31 650 2783 Fax: +44 31 226 2730 Welcome to the local home page for staff and students at CSTR. CSTR If you are a new user you will want to set up your own page and familiarise


#55. [score 0.4610, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cgi.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/eht/www/ehthp.html

last fetched: 28-May-95
bytes: 1741
links: 3

title: Eric H. Thayer

outline: Eric H. Thayer

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Eric H. Thayer Eric H. Thayer I've been working in the ARPA Speech Group since 1987. Currently, I am working on SPHINX-III acoustic model training. Initially my goals are to develop a robust extensible platform for acoustic modelling research. Another collaborator in this effort is Paul Placeway
descriptions:
Eric Thayer (eht)


#56. [score 0.4609, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.math.jyu.fi/summerschool/cs.html

last fetched: 15-May-95
bytes: 1865

title: 5th International Summer School

outline: Computer Science

keys: modelling user

excerpt: 5th International Summer School Computer Science CS 1, Resource discovery in global information systems 20 h, 7 - 11 August The course will survey the issues and concepts from several areas (databases, information retrieval, user interfaces, hypertext and visualisation) that are involved in resource discovery


#57. [score 0.4609, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.nag.co.uk/1h/visual.html

last fetched: 08-Jun-95
file date: 01-Mar-95
bytes: 1564
links: 5

title: Visualisation Software

outline: IRIS Explorer Template Graphics Systems NAG Graphics Library

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Visualisation Software IRIS Explorer IRIS Explorer is a powerful yet easy-to-use sophisticated visualisation system with a user environment that allows users and application developers to build complex applications for visualising sets of data. Template Graphics


#58. [score 0.4609, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.nag.co.uk:70/1h/visual.html

last fetched: 17-May-95
file date: 01-Mar-95
bytes: 1567
links: 5

title: Visualisation Software

outline: IRIS Explorer Template Graphics Systems NAG Graphics Library

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Visualisation Software IRIS Explorer IRIS Explorer is a powerful yet easy-to-use sophisticated visualisation system with a user environment that allows users and application developers to build complex applications for visualising sets of data. Template Graphics


#59. [score 0.4609, 2 of 2 terms] http://192.124.249.117:80/D40AE7E2/Cwias

last fetched: 09-Jun-95
bytes: 2432
links: 10

title: collection: Weierstrass Institute (WIAS)

outline: Weierstrass Institute (WIAS)

keys: modelling user

excerpt: collection: Weierstrass Institute (WIAS) User: anonymous WeierstraS-Institut fur Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik (WIAS) Welcome to the Hyper-G server of the Weierstrass Institute in Berlin, Germany. The Weierstrass Institute is a member of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. Scope of the Institute WIAS performs mathematical research projects in various fields of the applied sciences. These research projects


#60. [score 0.4607, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cdf.toronto.edu/DCS/Faculty/AI-Faculty.html

last fetched: 22-Dec-94
bytes: 3374
links: 16

title: Artificial Intelligence Faculty

outline: Artificial Intelligence Faculty Members Faculty

keys: modelling

excerpt: Artificial Intelligence Faculty Artificial Intelligence Faculty Members Taxis - The goal of the Taxis project is to develop a comprehensive environment for building information systems. During the past three years, the project included the development of a compiler and a window-based user interface, the design and partial implementation of a new language for requirements modelling. Biological and Computational Visual Systems - Interdisciplinary work involving researchers from Computer Science, Psychology, Physiology and other departments, has continued on the
descriptions:
Artificial Intelligence


#61. [score 0.4607, 2 of 2 terms] http://galaxy.einet.net/galaxy/Leisure-and-Recreation/Fashion.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 06-Jun-95
bytes: 2638
links: 26

title: Fashion (Leisure and Recreation)

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Fashion (Leisure and Recreation) G alaxy | Add | Help | Search | What's New | About EINet F ashion - Leisure and Recreation Modelling New Items - less than 7 days old * Charlie's Sneaker Page Announcements * The Edge Product and Service Descriptions * Stone Circle Art Wear (Vancouver, WA) Collections * Charlie's Sneaker Page * Chase Tavern Farm Alpacas (Bowdoin, MA) * Fashion Design * Made in Italy - On Line * Totalny - Total New York;


#62. [score 0.4607, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.nr.no/home/SAND/prjCommercial.html

last fetched: 12-Apr-95
bytes: 2129
links: 3

title: SAND contributions to commercial products

outline: SAND contributions to commercial products

keys: modelling user

excerpt: SAND contributions to commercial products Last updated March 13. 1995. Here are some contributions made by the SAND group to commercially awailable software. Inhouse software developed for customers are also awailable but will seldom meet the stability and user friendliness standards offered by the products listed below. See also other projects and SAND


#63. [score 0.4606, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.ora.on.ca/biblio.html
descriptions:
A user's guide to a skeletal CSP theory in EVES.
An EVES Data Abstraction Example.
annotated bibliography of recent reports at ORA Canada
Development of a skeletal CSP theory in EVES.
EVES System Description.
EVES: An Overview.
Final Report for the Investigation of Proof Techniques Within the EVES Verification Technology.
Investigating the Role of EVES in System Engineering and Security Evaluation.
Proof Management: Final Report.
Security Modelling Using EVES.
Sharing is difficult.
The EVES System.
The Knuth-Bendix Implementation.


#64. [score 0.4605, 2 of 2 terms] gopher://gopher.bio.net:70/0R0-4120-/MOLECULAR-MODELLING/9410

last fetched: 09-Dec-94
bytes: 4117

keys:

excerpt: From BIOSCI-REQUEST Mon Oct 3 15:48:50 1994 Subject: protein homology modelling program MODELLER PROTEIN MODELLING BY SATISFACTION OF SPATIAL RESTRAINTS MODELLER 11, October 1, 1994 Copyright(c) 1989-1994 Andrej Sali All Rights Reserved Written by Andrej Sali Birkbeck College, University of London, London, UK Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, UK Harvard University, Cambridge, USA Andrej Sali, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University, 12 Oxford St, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA. Tel: (617) 495 1775. Fax: (617) 496 3204. ** DESCRIPTION: MODELLER is most frequently used for homology or comparative modeling of protein three-dimensional structure: the user provides an alignment of


#65. [score 0.4604, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.caos.kun.nl/staff/staff.html

last fetched: 27-May-95
file date: 07-Apr-95
bytes: 1698
links: 15

title: CAOS/CAMM Staff

outline: The CAOS/CAMM Staff Top row Middle row Bottom row

keys: modelling user

excerpt: CAOS/CAMM Staff The CAOS/CAMM Staff currently consists of: You may click on the people in the picture to move to their personal homepage. Top row Hilbert J. Bruins Slot , Molecular Modelling. Jan H. Noordik , Director. Jack A.M. Leunissen , BioInformatics. David Featherston , GDB/OMIM


#66. [score 0.4602, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/ipg/People/brian.html

last fetched: 06-Jun-95
file date: 04-Apr-95
bytes: 2935

title: Brian

outline: Brian Warboys Professor of Software Engineering I am interested in You can contact me at..

keys: modelling

excerpt: Brian Brian Warboys Professor of Software Engineering I am interested in the problems of very large systems design. My teaching.. My current projects are * Dynamic User-Level Operating System Resource Management for Parallel Languages and Applications the main objectives for which are: * To improve the performance of run-time systems for applications on parallel architectures. * To produce a 'nanokernel' allowing user-level resource management. * To investigate customised resource management


#67. [score 0.4602, 2 of 2 terms] http://bunny.cs.uiuc.edu/jobs/univ-glasgow-ra-94.txt

last fetched: 17-Apr-95
bytes: 3120

keys: modelling

excerpt: RESEARCH ASSISTANT POSITION Temporal and Situated Aspects of Data University of Glasgow Applications are invited for a Research Assistant post available under the EPSRC grant "Temporal and Situated Aspects of Data". This project will develop data models of temporal behaviour and of information status, and to develop an advanced user interface design for these. There are three aspects to this research. 1. Theoretical Problems in Data Modelling. These include describing time behaviour, recording information about information
descriptions:
University of Glasgow


#68. [score 0.4602, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.u-aizu.ac.jp/students/student-activities.html

last fetched: 13-May-95
file date: 08-May-95
bytes: 2104
links: 11

title: Student Activities, THE UNIVERSITY OF AIZU

outline: Student Activities SCCPs - Students Extra Curricular Projects Clubs and Circles Selected Resources

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Student Activities, THE UNIVERSITY OF AIZU Student Activities SCCPs - Students Extra Curricular Projects Virtual Reality GUI Virtual Reality SOUND Sake - an Image Processing Application Dialogue System using Speech Neural Network Modelling Clubs and Circles Announcements and discussions are in the local newsgroup Circle . Bicycle Circle Dance Circle
descriptions:
Student Activities
University of Aizu, Japan


#69. [score 0.4602, 2 of 2 terms] http://gam.leeds.ac.uk/staff/i.turton/i.turton.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 08-Mar-95
bytes: 2890
links: 9

title: Ian Turton

outline: Ian Turton Research Fellow, School of Geography, University of Leeds

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Ian Turton Research Fellow, School of Geography, University of Leeds School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK Telephone: +44 113 2333309, Fax +44 113 2333308 Email: ian@geog.leeds.ac.uk What do I do all day? I am a member of the Centre for Computational Geography , were I work on the Human Systems Modelling p...
descriptions:
Dr I Turton
Ian Turton.


#70. [score 0.4601, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/amodeus/ta/I3.html

last fetched: 04-Jan-95
bytes: 10787
links: 9

title: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I.3

outline: I.3 Objectives, expected results and exploitation plans

keys: modelling

excerpt: AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I.3 This is the AMODEUS 2 Technical Annex Section I3. Click here to Return to the Index I.3 Objectives, expected results and exploitation plans Contents of this section: * I.3.1 General Aims * I.3.2 Specific Objectives * I.3.3 Expected Results * I.3.4 Exploitation Plans I.3.1 General Aims In the previous AMODEUS Action (3066), the emphasis was upon developing and assimilating modelling techniques as well as exploring approaches to interdisciplinary integration within the area of human-... (A) To establish a set of related frameworks for expressing different aspects of the design of user-system interaction. This will provide a basis for a common semantics of design


#71. [score 0.4601, 2 of 2 terms] gopher://gopher.bio.net:70/0R217435-222207-/BIONEWS/9407

last fetched: 26-Nov-94
bytes: 4773

keys:

excerpt: From BIOSCI-REQUEST Mon Jul 11 17:10:46 1994 Subject: Protein modelling on Macintosh Release of 'FoldIt (light)' v.3.7.3 (freeware) Jean-Claude JESIOR TIMC (URA D1618), CERMO, BP 53, 38041 Grenoble Cedex 9 (France) tel: (33) 76 51 48 13 fax: (33) 76 51 49 48 e-mail: jean-claude.jesior@imag.fr WHAT 'FOLDIT (LIGHT)' DOES? 'FoldIt (light)' is a molecular modelling program to visualize and manipulate proteins. 'FoldIt (light)' is an interactive program with a user friendly interface. The goal of this program was to build an integrated environment in which statistical analysis as well 3D observations could be realized on PDB files without having to transfer files or swap machines. Our major underlying


#72. [score 0.4600, 2 of 2 terms] http://amacrine.berkeley.edu:80

last fetched: 14-May-95
file date: 05-Dec-94
bytes: 1984
links: 4

title: The Werblin Lab at UC Berkeley

outline: Welcome to the 'mander lab! Current Werblin Lab members:

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The Werblin Lab at UC Berkeley Welcome to the 'mander lab! We are studying information processing in the vertebrate retina, using various neurophysiological techniques (intracellular, patch, and multielectrode array recording, calcium-sensitive dye recording) and computer-based modelling, in particular Cellular Neural Networks. Current


#73. [score 0.4599, 2 of 2 terms] gopher://gopher.gdb.org:71/1ftp%3ans.niehs.nih.gov%40

last fetched: 14-Mar-95
bytes: 69

keys: user

excerpt: Select one of
descriptions:
MULTI, molecular modelling (NIEHS-NIH)


#74. [score 0.4599, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mws/ftp/www/mws-home.html

last fetched: 26-May-95
bytes: 3243
links: 12

title: Mel Siegel's Home Page

outline: Mel Siegel

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Mel Siegel's Home Page Mel Siegel Director of the Measurement and Control Lab Senior Research Scientist The Robotics Institute School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA 15213-3891 USA mws+@cmu.edu Plan File See /afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mws/.plan (or finger mws+@cmu.edu) for my .plan file, including location of and directions to my office, a schedule of my weekly meetings, and a great definition of perception... Research Interests My current research is concentrated in two areas and their intersection: robotics for
descriptions:
Mel Siegel (mws)


#75. [score 0.4599, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-i8.auc.dk/CPK/info/speech.html

last fetched: 27-Apr-95
file date: 01-Nov-94
bytes: 4314
links: 1

title: CPK - Speech Technology

outline: Speech Technology Projects

keys: modelling

excerpt: CPK - Speech Technology Speech Technology Research within Speech Technology comprises Spoken Language Processing and Speech Synthesis and is an interdisciplinary as well as a multi-lingual technology drawing heavily on stochastic modelling te... Furthermore, as computer operated speech technology applications become more universially available to the general user, the desire to communicate with them in natural ways becomes increasingly import... Therefore, methods for the design and execution of interactively controlled human-machine interactions are central for the research. The group has been involved in ESPRIT projects on the basis of which CPK now has great expertise in standard methods for


#76. [score 0.4599, 2 of 2 terms] http://wavefun.com

last fetched: 13-May-95
file date: 03-Mar-95
bytes: 4362
links: 14

title: Spartan computational chemistry home page

outline: Welcome!

keys: modelling

excerpt: Spartan computational chemistry home page Welcome! Welcome to the Spartan home page. Spartan is a computational chemistry software package designed to be an easy to use, yet extensive modelling program, ideal for the bench and theoretical chemist alike. Spartan Features Powerful yet remarkably easy to use Graphical User Interface Ab Initio Hartree-Fock and MP2 Methods Density Functional Methods Semi-Empirical Methods Including MNDO/d and PM3(tm) for Transition Metals Three Different Molecular Mechanics Force Fields including MM3 Similarity A
descriptions:
Spartan home page
SPARTAN v3.1
Wavefunction (Spartan)
Wavefunction Inc


#77. [score 0.4598, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cgi.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mws/ftp/www/mws-home.html

last fetched: 03-Jun-95
bytes: 3243
links: 12

title: Mel Siegel's Home Page

outline: Mel Siegel

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Mel Siegel's Home Page Mel Siegel Director of the Measurement and Control Lab Senior Research Scientist The Robotics Institute School of Computer Science Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh PA 15213-3891 USA mws+@cmu.edu Plan File See /afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mws/.plan (or finger mws+@cmu.edu) for my .plan file, including location of and directions to my office, a schedule of my weekly meetings, and a great definition of perception... Research Interests My current research is concentrated in two areas and their intersection: robotics for
descriptions:
Mel Siegel (mws)


#78. [score 0.4598, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cmd.uu.se/helios/papers/StyleGuide/chapter2.html

last fetched: 29-May-95
bytes: 4650
links: 2

outline: 2\x11 \x11 Design methods

keys: modelling

excerpt: Previous chapter 2\x11 \x11 Design methods In this chapter some general remarks concerning the design methods recommended in the Helios project will be given. 2.1 Task analysis Methods for task analysis and data modelling will be specified elsewhere. These methods will not go into detail concerning the requirements and specifications for the user interfaces. Such aspects wil... 2.2 Analysis of information utilization The design of an efficient interface must be based on a detailed analysis of relevant cognitive aspects of how information is used in the work process. Traditionally an information analysis is perform... 2.3 Experimental methods We recommend the use of experimental methods for the


#79. [score 0.4598, 2 of 2 terms] http://atlantis.ucc.ie/compsci.html

last fetched: 06-Jun-95
file date: 05-Jun-95
bytes: 5840
links: 50

keys: modelling user

excerpt: UCC Comp. Sci. Dept. Research Index This page lists the major areas of research in the department which have a link to an appropriate page on one of the computer science department WWW servers. Topic * Administrative Information * Artificial Intelligence * Computer Communications * Facial Modelling (3-D) * Formal Techniques * HTML * Information Filtering * Laboratories: * Neural Networks: * Object Oriented Programming * Pipelining * Previous Research: Administrative Information


#80. [score 0.4595, 2 of 2 terms] http://ftp.mrc-apu.cam.ac.uk/aim/

last fetched: 17-Jun-95
file date: 06-May-95
bytes: 4425
links: 4

title: Auditory Image Model (AIM) Home Page

outline: AIM - an Auditory Image Model of Peripheral Auditory Processing

keys: modelling

excerpt: Auditory Image Model (AIM) Home Page AIM - an Auditory Image Model of Peripheral Auditory Processing AIM is a software package with a modular architecture, developed to support perceptual modelling of the fine-grain spectro-temporal information observed in the auditory nerve. The software contains both the functional and physiological modules to simulate auditory spectral analysis, neural encoding and temporal integration, including new forms of periodicity-sensitive temporal integration that generate stabilized auditory images. Combinations of the modules enable the user to approximate a wide variety of existing, time-domain, auditory models. Sequences of auditory images can be replayed to produce
descriptions:
- Auditory Image Model.
Aim Project


#81. [score 0.4592, 2 of 2 terms] http://coral.cs.jcu.edu.au/acsadb/intH.html

last fetched: 15-Jan-95
bytes: 16463
links: 177

title: Interests Database.

outline: Interests Database. H.0 General H.2 Database Management H.3 Information Storage and Retrieval H.4 Information Systems and Applications H.5 Information Interfaces and Presentation

keys:

excerpt: Interests Database. This database holds information on the interests of academic computer-scientists in Australia. Send details of any additions, subtractions, or modifications to: acsadb@cs.jcu.edu.au H. Information Systems Kleeman, D H.0 General Orlowska, M E General, Database Design, Conceptual Schemas Ranjbar, M Information Systems General Underwood, J IS, Evolutionary, Participative, Theory of IS, Semiotics, Case S Xin, H Database management, Information systems, User Interfaces, Multi H.1 Models and Principles Billington, J Business Process Modelling Howard, S Information Systems Keen, C D Object-oriented modelling, object-based petri nets Lewis, E J Smith, R Soft Systems Approache... H
descriptions:
H.0
H.1.0
H.1.1
H.1.2
H.1.3
H.2.0
H.2.1
H.2.2
H.2.3
H.2.4
H.2.5
H.2.6
H.2.8
H.2.9
H.3.0
H.3.1
H.3.2
H.3.3
H.3.4
H.3.6
H.4.0
H.4.1
H.4.3
H.4.4
H.5.0
H.5.1
H.5.2
H.5.3


#82. [score 0.4591, 2 of 2 terms] http://bioinfo.med.utoronto.ca/bioinfo.html

last fetched: 26-Apr-95
file date: 05-Apr-95
bytes: 16641
links: 129

title: Resources for Biochemists

outline: Resources for Biochemists Contents World Wide Web Resources Molecular Biology Resources Of Special Interest! General Interest

keys: modelling

excerpt: Resources for Biochemists Department of Biochemistry Home Page Bioinfo Home Page Contents * World Wide Web Resources * Local Resources * World Wide Resources * Molecular Biology Resources * Local Resources * World Wide Resources * Starting Points for Further Exploration * Direct Access to Major Databases * Molecular Modelling * Online Teaching Aids * Miscellaneous * Of Special Interest... World Wide Web Resources There is enough information in these resources to get you up to speed as a World Wide Web user, and get you started writing your own Hypertext documents. It's easier than you think! Local Resources * Getting Started on your Home Page ( Local Document ) * World Wide Web Frequently Asked


#83. [score 0.4591, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cui.darmstadt.gmd.de/visit/Publications/

last fetched: 15-Apr-95
bytes: 7845
links: 31

title: VISIT publications

outline: VISIT publications

keys: modelling

excerpt: VISIT publications Back to IPSI publications at IPSI or VISIT at CUI VISIT publications Böcker, H.-D., Hohl, H. & Schwab, Th. (1991) Personalized Browsing of Tutorial Material. Böcker, H.-D. & Pawlitschek, M. (1992) VICK: A Visualization Construction Kit. In: JOOP (Journal of Object Oriented Programming), Vol. 4(8), 1992, pp. 8-13. Bordegoni, M., Hemmje, M. & Effenberger, D. (1993) Eine dynamische Gestensprache. Grafisches Feedback zur Interaktion in einem 3D-User Interface. Hemmje, M. (1993 a) A 3D Based User Interface for Information Retrieval Systems. Hemmje, M. (1993 b) Eine inhaltsorientierte, intuitive 3D-Benutzerschnittstelle für Information-Retrieval-Systeme. Hemmje, M


#84. [score 0.4591, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cui.darmstadt.gmd.de:80/visit/Publications/

last fetched: 13-May-95
bytes: 7845
links: 31

title: VISIT publications

outline: VISIT publications

keys: modelling

excerpt: VISIT publications Back to IPSI publications at IPSI or VISIT at CUI VISIT publications Böcker, H.-D., Hohl, H. & Schwab, Th. (1991) Personalized Browsing of Tutorial Material. Böcker, H.-D. & Pawlitschek, M. (1992) VICK: A Visualization Construction Kit. In: JOOP (Journal of Object Oriented Programming), Vol. 4(8), 1992, pp. 8-13. Bordegoni, M., Hemmje, M. & Effenberger, D. (1993) Eine dynamische Gestensprache. Grafisches Feedback zur Interaktion in einem 3D-User Interface. Hemmje, M. (1993 a) A 3D Based User Interface for Information Retrieval Systems. Hemmje, M. (1993 b) Eine inhaltsorientierte, intuitive 3D-Benutzerschnittstelle für Information-Retrieval-Systeme. Hemmje, M


#85. [score 0.4590, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.ifi.uio.no/~matmod/matmod-hotlist.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
bytes: 12326
links: 80

outline: Contents Conference Calendars Professional Societies Software FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) lists Publications Super computing Meta-resources Mail archives Anonymous FTP News groups

keys:

excerpt: Interesting Internet Resources for Mathematical Modelling and Image Processing Interesting Internet Resources for Mathematical Modelling and Image Processing NOTE! If you come across software or documentation which you think we should install here, it is a good idea not to transfer these items until you have checked that we don't already have them. You can search for a particular item by issuing the UNIX commands which , man or find or contact the person indicated at the bottom of this page. WWW resources are typically the most user friendly, with hypertext/hypermedia documents. Contents * Conference Calendars * Professional Societies * Software * Publications * People (Internet database) * FAQ
descriptions:
Mathematical Modeling and Image Processing
MathematicalModeling and Image Processing


#86. [score 0.4585, 2 of 2 terms] http://cabernet.esprit.ec.org/ec-it/wp/domain8.html
descriptions:
8. Focused Cluster: Integration in Manufacturing
Demonstrators: Targeted Application Projects
Domain 8
IiM
Information Dissemination
Information Technology for Product and Process Data Modelling
Intelligent Production Systems and Equipment
Logistics in the Virtual Enterprise
Requirements Specifications: User Group Reference Projects
Test Environments: Application Groups


#87. [score 0.4580, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.dcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/CompSci/Rsch/Functional/
descriptions:
CASE - A Lazy Version of an SECD Machine with a FlatEnvironment
lazypersistence
Load Bounding for Implicit Parallelism
Modelling Parallel Graph Reduction in the Pi-Calculus
Models for Persistence in Lazy FunctionalProgramming Systems
Parallel Functional Computation on STAR:DUST
Parallel Functional Programming forMessage-Passing Multiprocessors
PCASE - A Persistent Lazy Version of an SECD Machine
Pi-Calculus Characterizations of Some PracticalLambda-Calculus Reduction Strategies
Process Semantics of Graph Reduction
Statically Typed Applicative Persistent Language Environment(STAPLE) User's Manual
Two Models for Integrating Persistence and LazyFunctional Languages


#88. [score 0.4578, 2 of 2 terms] http://luanda.matriks.rulimburg.nl/

last fetched: 13-May-95
bytes: 1878
links: 3

title: Research Institute for Knowledge Systems

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Research Institute for Knowledge Systems The main activity of the Research Institute for Knowledge Systems BV is the development and implementation of innovative information systems for use in production planning, in education and training, ... RIKS' Research and Development is organized in 3 research groups: Control


#89. [score 0.4572, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.colorado.edu/~skip/Home.html

last fetched: 09-Apr-95
bytes: 1727
links: 3

title: Skip Ellis -- General Information

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Skip Ellis -- General Information Clarence (Skip) Ellis, Professor Teaching Interests: Operating Systems, Groupware, Distributed Systems, Databases, Concurrency Control, Computing for Non-specialists, Social Implications of Computing, Coordination Theory, CSCW. Research Interests: Computer
descriptions:
Skip Ellis


#90. [score 0.4571, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.bookshop.co.uk/b17200.htm

last fetched: 12-Jun-95
file date: 06-Jan-95
bytes: 2702
links: 11

title: SSADM Version 4:

keys: modelling

excerpt: SSADM Version 4: Previous - Next - Order - Subject Index SSADM Version 4: A User's Guide, 2/e Series : The McGraw-Hill International Series in Software Engineering (Expand) author : Malcolm Eva affiliation : Training Consultant, Telecom ACT Publisher : McGraw Hill Bibliographic : May 1994 SC 3...


#91. [score 0.4570, 2 of 2 terms] http://zenon.inria.fr:8003/Equipes/MIAOU-eng.html

last fetched: 03-Dec-94
bytes: 1728
links: 2

title: MIAOU

outline: MIAOU Project leader

keys: modelling

excerpt: MIAOU Mathematics and computing in automatic control and optimization for the user The goals of the project are to develop effective methods in the analysis and optimization of dynamical systems. The main research themes at present include: *Identification of stable linear systems by approximating


#92. [score 0.4569, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemnet/doc/csd/zbibliog.htm

last fetched: 20-Dec-94
bytes: 88833

title: CSD BIBLIOGRAPHY

outline: BIBLIOGRAPHY - October 1994 REVIEW ARTICLES NUMSTAT METHODS DIMENSIONS MEAN MOLECULAR CONFORMATIONAL ANALYSIS AND STEREOCHEMISTRY CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS MODELLING AND DRUG DESIGN CHEMICAL INFORMATION

keys:

excerpt: CSD BIBLIOGRAPHY Back to Main Index BIBLIOGRAPHY - October 1994 Bibliographic References to the Scientific Utilisation of the Cambridge Structural Database System have been categorized as follows and grouped under the following keywords : Keyword * DATABASE *Database descriptions * REVIEW *Review articles & books * NUMSTAT *Numerical and Statistical methods * DIMENSION *Mean molecular dimensions * INTRAMOL *Intramolecular geometry, substituent effects, bonding * CONFORMATION *Conformational analysis and stereochemistry * HBONDING *Hydrogen bonding * INTE... REVIEW ARTICLES User Needs in Chemical Information G.Potzscher,A.J.C.Wilson J.Chem.Inf.Comput.Sci. 30,169,1990 Crystal Structure Database


#93. [score 0.4568, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.rmc.ca/~buck/home.html

last fetched: 17-May-95
file date: 05-May-95
bytes: 1654
links: 8

title: Major Wayne Buck - Home Page

outline: Major Wayne Buck

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Major Wayne Buck - Home Page Major Wayne Buck Degree: Masters of Computer Science Year: Second Finish Date: May 96 Here I am in my drivers licence photo. Courses taken this past term (Spring '95): * CSE580 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence * CSE565 Database Systems * CSE567
descriptions:
buck


#94. [score 0.4568, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-crewes.geo.ucalgary.ca/SponsorsInfo.html

last fetched: 01-Jan-95
bytes: 1519
links: 7

title: Information for Sponsors

outline: Information for Sponsors Currently available: We'll be putting a lot more stuff on-line. Coming soon:

keys: modelling

excerpt: Information for Sponsors All the information accessible from this page is for use by the CREWES project sponsoring companies only. To obtain a user-ID and password that will allow you to access this information send an email message to support@crewes.ucalgary
descriptions:
For Sponsors Only


#95. [score 0.4567, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.wimsey.com/~infosafe/saif/section2.1.html

last fetched: 26-Feb-95
bytes: 1515

title: SAIF 3.1 Section 2.1

outline: Section 2.1 Meta Model

keys: modelling

excerpt: SAIF 3.1 Section 2.1 Section 2.1 Meta Model The information meta model of SAIF emphasizes the data structure of objects, expressed through an object oriented paradigm. Objects are considered as instances of types (classes) which follow a user extensible


#96. [score 0.4567, 2 of 2 terms] http://web.inf.rl.ac.uk/vis/publications/guireport.html

last fetched: 14-Jan-95
bytes: 1876
links: 2

title: Visualization Group - Publications - GUI report

outline: Contents

keys: modelling

excerpt: Visualization Group - Publications - GUI report Graphical User Interface Development Tools - Report on the Review and Workshops on the Current State of the Art Lakshmi Sastry Visualization Group, Informatics Department, DRAL Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Sponsored by the Joint Information Systems


#97. [score 0.4566, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/center/cc-org.html

last fetched: 24-Nov-94
bytes: 1738
links: 1

title: Computation Center, Osaka University

outline: Organizational Structure The Center is headed by a Director and supported by Key Personnel

keys: modelling

excerpt: Computation Center, Osaka University Organizational Structure The Center is headed by a Director and supported by *Director of Research and Development *System Development *Applied Informatics *Library *Executive Secretary *General Affairs *Accounting *User Service *Operation *System Management


#98. [score 0.4566, 2 of 2 terms] http://Fox.NSTN.Ca:80/~jseiler/

last fetched: 16-May-95
file date: 04-May-95
bytes: 2559

title: Seimac

outline: Products and Services

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Seimac 271 Brownlow Avenue, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Canada B3B 1W6 This page is currently under construction Products and Services Instruments *Drifting buoys *Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) satellite data acquisition systems *Custom electronics design services Software *S...


#99. [score 0.4566, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.dcs.qmw.ac.uk/research/hci/FundedProjects.html

last fetched: 13-Apr-95
bytes: 1160
links: 9

title: Externally Funded Research Projects

outline: Current Funded Research Projects in HCI Completed Funded Research Projects in HCI

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Externally Funded Research Projects Current Funded Research Projects in HCI *EPSRC project, Supporting designers and users in the creation of interactive systems Completed Funded Research Projects


#100. [score 0.4566, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cgi.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/bnoble/mosaic/papers/papers.html

last fetched: 28-May-95
bytes: 1468
links: 10

title: Brian Noble's recent publications

outline: Brian D. Noble -- Publications

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Brian Noble's recent publications Brian D. Noble -- Publications A Programming Interface for Application-Aware Adaptation in Mobile Computing Brian D. Noble, Morgan Price, M. Satyanarayanan Proceedings for the Second USENIX Symposium on Mobile and


#101. [score 0.4565, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.ini.cmu.edu/~kc48/home612.html

last fetched: 13-Apr-95
bytes: 1791
links: 15

title: Kevin's home page

outline: Kevin's home page Important information Personal information Semester course schedule

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Kevin's home page Greetings!!! My name is Kevin Chen and welcome to my home page. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at: kc48@andrew.cmu.edu This is a little mpeg movie: Flying teapot Important information CMU's Web SCS home page Personal information * Contact information * Academic


#102. [score 0.4565, 2 of 2 terms] http://www_tios.cs.utwente.nl/ctit/

last fetched: 02-Apr-95
bytes: 2786
links: 18

title: CTIT Information

outline: General Information

keys: modelling user

excerpt: updated: 24 March 1995 (hiddink@ctit.utwente.nl) CTIT Information Centre for Telematics and Information Technology General Information The Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT) is a multidisciplinary research institute of the University of Twente , Enschede, The Netherlands, within the area of telematics and information technology. Seven departments of the University of Twente are involved in the institute's research, which means a total of 88


#103. [score 0.4565, 2 of 2 terms] http://ibd.ar.com/IBD/Side_Effects_Software_Inc.html

last fetched: 19-May-95
file date: 01-Jul-94
bytes: 1570
links: 1

title: Internet Business Directory v.0.9 (c) 1993 Alice's Restruant

outline: Side Effects Software Inc Contact Information Return to the Internet Business Directory

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Internet Business Directory v.0.9 (c) 1993 Alice's Restruant Side Effects Software Inc 20 Maud St. Suite 300 Toronto, Ontario M5V2M5 Canada Side Effects Software Inc offers the following products/services: We manufacture a complete line of High end graphics software


#104. [score 0.4564, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.rhythm.com/jobopps.html

last fetched: 07-Apr-95
bytes: 2049
links: 4

title: Rhythm & Hues Job Opportunities

outline: Rhythm & Hues Job Opportunities Software Development Art & Design 3D Animation Production

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Rhythm & Hues Job Opportunities To help us in all of our endeavors, we always need a few more experts. We have positions available for people with skills in the following areas: Software Development (Masters Degree or equiv experience) (Unix / C / C++ / Windows / Mac) * Authoring System Design * Video compression/decompression * Macintosh Toolbox


#105. [score 0.4564, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.razorfish.com/inc/webwatch.html

last fetched: 06-Apr-95
bytes: 3837
links: 2

title: Razorfish Webwatch

outline: Razorfish, Inc. Razorfish Webwatch&153;

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Razorfish Webwatch Razorfish, Inc. solutions to hard problems Razorfish Webwatch&153; Advanced World Wide Web Usage Statistics Complete, accurate, and up-to-date World Wide Web site usage information is now available using Razorfish Webwatch, and advanced statistical analysis service. Razorfish Webwatch provides customers with detailed periodic reports about who, what, when, where, and how people are accessing a web location. Webwatch allows publishers, strategic marketers, and new media developers to harness the full power of web site development. Using Webwatch, online publishers can offer premium advertising rates derived from actual


#106. [score 0.4562, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.biochem.abdn.ac.uk/~john/john.html

last fetched: 03-Jun-95
file date: 05-Jan-95
bytes: 2353
links: 8

title: John's home page

outline: Amaze interface Interest Group Protein Database

keys: modelling

excerpt: John's home page John Boyle If you want the Database Visualisation SIG page click here Amaze interface Three dimensional animated graphics have been used to improve the capacity for a visual query language for database access. We have built a 3D graphical user interface called AMAZE , some information is available here . A link to my CV (in case anybody wants to offer me a job). Interest Group


#107. [score 0.4562, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-crewes.geo.ucalgary.ca/VL/html/gp-resources.html

last fetched: 01-Jun-95
file date: 09-May-95
bytes: 1875
links: 13

title: The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Geophysics Resources

outline: Geophysics Resources WWW or Internet Software

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Geophysics Resources Geophysics Resources How to contribute to this list Back to the Virtual Library Geophysics Home Page WWW or Internet * Virtual Library Geography subject * Virtual Library Earth Sciences subject * German Virtual Library geo sciences subject * Free on-line geophysics
descriptions:
Resources, Software, References


#108. [score 0.4561, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.biochem.abdn.ac.uk/~john/ http://www.cs.brown.edu/research/graphics/research/3d_toolkit/3d_toolkit.html

last fetched: 03-Apr-95
bytes: 2351
links: 8

title: John's home page

outline: Amaze interface Interest Group Protein Database

keys: modelling

excerpt: John's home page John Boyle If you want the Database Visualisation SIG page click here Amaze interface Three dimensional animated graphics have been used to improve the capacity for a visual query language for database access. We have built a 3D graphical user interface called AMAZE , some information is available here . A link to my CV (in case anybody wants to offer me a job). Interest Group


#109. [score 0.4561, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/robd/www/home.html

last fetched: 28-May-95
bytes: 3314
links: 16

title: Robert Driskill's Home Page

outline: A man's home page is his castle... Reference stuff Local and/or work related stuff Miscellaneous fun/useful stuff

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Robert Driskill's Home Page A man's home page is his castle... ]=I==II==I=[ \\__||__// ]=I==II==I=[ ]=I==II==I=[ |.. ` *| \\__||__// \\__||__// |. /\ | |-_ []| | [] | | *| | | | ..| | . , | ]=I==II==I=[ ___ ____ ___ | .. | __ |..__.*| __ \\__||__// ] I---I I--I [ |.. | | ||_| |_|| | | _*| ]_____________[ | .. []| \--\-|-|--/-// | _ | \_\| |_| |/_/ |_ _ | _ _ _| ' *| |` *| | . |'-'-` '-` '-` '-` '-` | [] |-|--|-_-_-_-_ _ _ _|_' | | ' |=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-| []*|-----________` ` ` ] *| | ` ` []| _-_-_-_-_ ' |- | , ' ```````[' _| | ' ` '| [] | | |
descriptions:
Robert Driskill (robd)


#110. [score 0.4561, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/Groups/janus/Seminars/OldTalksJanusNLP.html

last fetched: 31-May-95
bytes: 1644
links: 5

title: The Janus Speech past talks at CMU

outline: Interactive Systems Laboratories past and cancelled talks

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The Janus Speech past talks at CMU Interactive Systems Laboratories past and cancelled talks * March 2 1995 Ryosuke Isotani Speech Recognition Using a Stochastic Language Model Integrating Local and Global Constraints * Friday 17th September 2:30pm Akira: the paper "Monte Calro


#111. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-cgi.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/robd/www/home.html

last fetched: 11-Jun-95
bytes: 3314
links: 16

title: Robert Driskill's Home Page

outline: A man's home page is his castle... Reference stuff Local and/or work related stuff Miscellaneous fun/useful stuff

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Robert Driskill's Home Page A man's home page is his castle... ]=I==II==I=[ \\__||__// ]=I==II==I=[ ]=I==II==I=[ |.. ` *| \\__||__// \\__||__// |. /\ | |-_ []| | [] | | *| | | | ..| | . , | ]=I==II==I=[ ___ ____ ___ | .. | __ |..__.*| __ \\__||__// ] I---I I--I [ |.. | | ||_| |_|| | | _*| ]_____________[ | .. []| \--\-|-|--/-// | _ | \_\| |_| |/_/ |_ _ | _ _ _| ' *| |` *| | . |'-'-` '-` '-` '-` '-` | [] |-|--|-_-_-_-_ _ _ _|_' | | ' |=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-| []*|-----________` ` ` ] *| | ` ` []| _-_-_-_-_ ' |- | , ' ```````[' _| | ' ` '| [] | | |
descriptions:
Robert Driskill (robd)


#112. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/robd/www/home.html

last fetched: 02-Jun-95
bytes: 3314
links: 16

title: Robert Driskill's Home Page

outline: A man's home page is his castle... Reference stuff Local and/or work related stuff Miscellaneous fun/useful stuff

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Robert Driskill's Home Page A man's home page is his castle... ]=I==II==I=[ \\__||__// ]=I==II==I=[ ]=I==II==I=[ |.. ` *| \\__||__// \\__||__// |. /\ | |-_ []| | [] | | *| | | | ..| | . , | ]=I==II==I=[ ___ ____ ___ | .. | __ |..__.*| __ \\__||__// ] I---I I--I [ |.. | | ||_| |_|| | | _*| ]_____________[ | .. []| \--\-|-|--/-// | _ | \_\| |_| |/_/ |_ _ | _ _ _| ' *| |` *| | . |'-'-` '-` '-` '-` '-` | [] |-|--|-_-_-_-_ _ _ _|_' | | ' |=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-| []*|-----________` ` ` ] *| | ` ` []| _-_-_-_-_ ' |- | , ' ```````[' _| | ' ` '| [] | | |


#113. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.imat.maschinenbau.uni-kassel.de

last fetched: 13-May-95
file date: 04-May-95
bytes: 2356
links: 10

title: Home Page IMAT-MMS

outline: Welcome to IMAT-MMS

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Home Page IMAT-MMS Welcome to IMAT-MMS Laboratory for Human-Machine-Systems University of Kassel D-34109 Kassel, Germany phone (++49-561)804-2700 fax (++49-561)804-3542 * The people working at IMAT-MMS * Vorlesungen / Lectures IMAT-MMS Summer 95 (in German) Raumanderung! . * DFG project Participative Design * Brite-EuRam project FANSTIC * Brite-EuRam project AMICA * ... * Visitors information


#114. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.digital.de/ditec/conferences/

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
bytes: 3265
links: 14

title: Data Warehousing Conference

outline: You can reach us via Valuable Insights You Will Gain From This Conference

keys: modelling

excerpt: Data Warehousing Conference This page should be viewed using the NetScape V1.1 reader as otherwise you won't see all of the pages graphical features Munich Germany 20.-22. June, 1995 Conference Information Consultants from Hightech Companies User Success Stories Panel Discussions Exhibition of Major Solution Providers Valuable Insights You Will Gain From This Conference Previews of the latest in emerging technologies for data warehousing ... Last updated : Saturday, 06-May-95 20:54:25 MET DST by jmh @digital.de
descriptions:
Data Warehousing Conference
The DataWarehousing Conference, June 20-22 (Munich, Germany)


#115. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/users/ian.page/hwcomp/new_dphil_areas.html

last fetched: 07-Apr-95
bytes: 2659
links: 2

title: New Areas for Hardware Compilation Research

outline: New Areas for Hardware Compilation Research

keys: modelling user

excerpt: New Areas for Hardware Compilation Research New Areas for Hardware Compilation Research This is a list of some of the topics that could be available for new D.Phil. research within the Hardware Compilation Group. The list is certainly not exhaustive, but each of these areas is shaping up to be a major area of interest not only for our group, but for industry also. They also happen to be quite fun things to work on, which is important if you


#116. [score 0.4560, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/usr/robd/www/home.html

last fetched: 11-Jun-95
bytes: 3314
links: 16

title: Robert Driskill's Home Page

outline: A man's home page is his castle... Reference stuff Local and/or work related stuff Miscellaneous fun/useful stuff

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Robert Driskill's Home Page A man's home page is his castle... ]=I==II==I=[ \\__||__// ]=I==II==I=[ ]=I==II==I=[ |.. ` *| \\__||__// \\__||__// |. /\ | |-_ []| | [] | | *| | | | ..| | . , | ]=I==II==I=[ ___ ____ ___ | .. | __ |..__.*| __ \\__||__// ] I---I I--I [ |.. | | ||_| |_|| | | _*| ]_____________[ | .. []| \--\-|-|--/-// | _ | \_\| |_| |/_/ |_ _ | _ _ _| ' *| |` *| | . |'-'-` '-` '-` '-` '-` | [] |-|--|-_-_-_-_ _ _ _|_' | | ' |=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-| []*|-----________` ` ` ] *| | ` ` []| _-_-_-_-_ ' |- | , ' ```````[' _| | ' ` '| [] | | |


#117. [score 0.4559, 2 of 2 terms] http://nswt.tuwien.ac.at:8000/hci/paprep_hci.html

last fetched: 17-Jun-95
bytes: 2072
links: 15

title: Human Computer Interaction: Books, Papers, Reports

outline: Human Computer Interaction: Books, Papers, Reports Guideline Issues Tutorials

keys: modelling user

excerpt: Human Computer Interaction: Books, Papers, Reports * SEL-HPC's Human Computer Interaction Archive *Barfield L. at al.: Interaction Design at the Utrecht School of the Arts , SIGCHI, July 1994 *Rettig M.: Prototyping for Tiny Fingers , CACM, April 1994 * Architecture Elements for Highly-Interactive Business-oriented Applications * Visual Techniques
descriptions:
Collected Books, Papers, Reports


#118. [score 0.4559, 2 of 2 terms] http://pctc.chemie.uni-erlangen.de/quantenchemie/quantenchemie.en.html

last fetched: 08-Jun-95
file date: 06-Dec-94
bytes: 2475
links: 19

title: Quantum chemistry

outline: Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

keys: modelling

excerpt: Quantum chemistry Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Software * Babel - Conversion utility between different file formats * Gamess User's guide * MolEdit - A special editor for creation of input files for quantumchemical programs * RasMol - Molecular Visualisation Program (color screen necessary) * XMol - X Window System molecule viewer Software * XMol - X Window System molecule viewer * RasMol


#119. [score 0.4558, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.cern.ch/hsi-bin/showcode/CERN_WWW/CERNWeb2/Atlas/GROUPS/DAQTRIG/MODELLING/code/listSIMDAQ/DReader.mod

last fetched: 04-Mar-95
bytes: 2953
links: 17

title: MODSIM: DReader.mod

outline: Generated by MSFORMAT

keys:

excerpt: MODSIM: DReader.mod Generated by MSFORMAT Source file: /CERN_WWW/CERNWeb2/Atlas/GROUPS/DAQTRIG/MODELLING/code/SIMDAQ/datatypes/DReader.mod *More about the project . *You can get a list of all files for this project. syntax error in line 17 DEFINITION MODULE Reader ; FROM IOMod IMPORT StreamObj ; TYPE FileObj = OBJECT ; FORWARD ; ReaderObj = OBJECT ; FORWARD ; Link = RECORD tag : STRING; up,down,next : Link ; data : FileObj ; END RECORD ; (* all user defined types inherit from this class


#120. [score 0.4558, 2 of 2 terms] http://parsys.cs.cmu.edu/Overview.html

last fetched: 11-Jun-95
file date: 09-Nov-94
bytes: 3447
links: 30

title: The Parallel Systems Group at CMU SCS

outline: Projects Tech Reports Students (under construction)

keys: modelling user

excerpt: The Parallel Systems Group at CMU SCS Welcome to the home page of the Parallel Systems Group at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science. The Parallel Systems Group is comprised of projects in the areas of parallel applications, systems, networking, data storage systems, and compilers. Closely affiliated with this group is the Multicomputer project . There are over a dozen faculty and staff and nearly two dozen doctoral students affiliated with the group. Please click on a project: Projects Compilers and Programming Environments * Dome * Fx Networks * Gigabit
descriptions:
Parallel Systems Lab
The Parallel Systems Group


#121. [score 0.4556, 2 of 2 terms] http://csdept.cityu.edu.hk/wwwdata/proj9394.htm

last fetched: 06-Apr-95
bytes: 4745

outline: LIST OF RESEARCH PROJECTS - 1993/1994

keys: modelling

excerpt: LIST OF RESEARCH PROJECTS - 1993/1994 A Comprehensive Review and Evaluation of the Objectoriented (OO) Computer-Assisted Software Engineering (Case) Tools ---------------- A Critical Evaluation of the Application of Object Oriented Database Management System in Real Time Communication Systems Development ---------------- A Generalized and Portable Parser of Chinese Text Using Lexical Functional Grammar Approach ---------------- A Generic Operating System Kernel for Multimedia Machines ---------------- A Knowledge-Based Approach to Cross-Checking of Inter-Model Consistency ---------------- A Medical Multimedia Document Architecture and Database Design ---------------- A Methodology for a User


#122. [score 0.4556, 2 of 2 terms] ftp://archive.cis.ohio-state.edu/pub/hcibib/EWHCI91.bib

last fetched: 04-Apr-95
bytes: 58654

keys: modelling

excerpt: %T Open User-Interfaces, Open Applications: The Views System %S I. General Principles, Metacomments %A Steven Pemberton %B First Moscow International HCI'91 Workshop Proceedings %D 1991 %P 2-12 %* (c) Copyright 1991 Intl. Centre for Scientific & Technical Information %X N/A %T Implications of Mass-Market Equipment for HCI Research %S I. General Principles, Metacomments %A Larry Press %B First Moscow International HCI'91 Workshop Proceedings %D 1991 %P 12-17 %* (c) Copyright 1991 Intl. Centre for Scientific & Technical Information %X Mass-market computers are increasingly used as platforms for HCI research. At the recent CHI '91 conference, 10 of 52 papers presented experiments, prototypes or
descriptions:
Bibliography of the proceedings


#123. [score 0.4555, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/aigr/people/jc.html

last fetched: 05-Jan-95
bytes: 4701
links: 21

title: AI Group - People - James Cupit

outline: Background

keys:

excerpt: AI Group - People - James Cupit Invited presentations. The application of knowledge acquisition methodology to the analysis of large databases. Presented (on my behalf by H.Cottam ) at Machine Learning Network of Excellence workshop on knowledge acquisition and learning, Catanya, 1994. Modelling situation assessment through the REKAP methodology. Presented at the 4th KADS user group meeting, Bonn, 1994. SCALE , a tool for systematic concept acquisition through learning and elicitiation. Presented at the Machine Learning Network of Excellence workshop on problem solving models and learning, Blanes, 1993. People by Position Alphabetical Listing of People Previous members of the group Jeni Tennison


#124. [score 0.4554, 2 of 2 terms] http://vrml.wired.com/arch/1256.html

last fetched: 03-Jun-95
bytes: 4487
links: 17

title: VRML Hypermail Archive: Re: SPEC/PHIL: VRML as an SGML instatiation

outline: Re: SPEC/PHIL: VRML as an SGML instatiation

keys: modelling

excerpt: VRML Hypermail Archive: Re: SPEC/PHIL: VRML as an SGML instatiation Re: SPEC/PHIL: VRML as an SGML instatiation Brian Behlendorf ( brian@wired.com ) Sun, 9 Apr 1995 18:47:42 -0800 (PST) * Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] * Next message: Don Brutzman: "VRML WebSpace browser for I3DG symposium request" * Previous message: Brian Behlendorf: "Re: Interesting WebSpace functionality" * In reply to: Steffen Meschkat: "SPEC/PHIL: VRML as an SGML instatiation" * Next in thread: Brian Behlendorf: "Re: PHIL: User Customization (Was: Looking for Linux based VRML tools)" * Next in thread: Brian Behlendorf: "Re: Looking for Linux based VRML tools" On Sun, 9 Apr ...


#125. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-uk.research.ec.org/ec-it/wp/

last fetched: 07-May-95
bytes: 4508
links: 56

title: EC IT Work Programme 1994 Index

outline: The EC IT Work Programme 1994 Index

keys: modelling

excerpt: EC IT Work Programme 1994 Index The EC IT Work Programme 1994 Index Work Programme 1994 * Introduction and Overall Objectives / Technical Domains / Special Modalities / Programme Implementation Work Programme Annex: Objectives and Tasks 1. Software Technologies * Software Intensive Systems Engineering / Emerging Software Technologies Distributed Systems and Database Technology / Human Comfort and Security / Software Best Practice 2. Technologies for Components and Subsystems * Semiconductors / Microsystems / Peripherals / 3. Multimedia Systems
descriptions:
Calls
focused clusters,
Inter-programme Coordination Arrangements
Introduction and Overall Objectives
IT Work Programme 1994 - Introduction
IT Work Programme 1994 Index
networks of excellence
Programme Implementation
Special Modalities
Technical Domains
The Work Programme
Types of Action
user-supplier collaborations


#126. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://laaksonen.csc.fi/leif.laaksonen.html

last fetched: 05-May-95
file date: 08-Apr-95
bytes: 5066
links: 21

title: Home Page for Leif Laaksonen

outline: Home Page for Leif Laaksonen. Research Interests. Teaching. Other Responsibilities. Things of interest.

keys: modelling

excerpt: Home Page for Leif Laaksonen Home Page for Leif Laaksonen. Thanks for visiting my Home Page. I have a background in quantum chemistry and computational chemistry in general. My theses were finished at the beginning of 80's and included fully numerical solutions to the Dirac and Schrodinger equations for diatomic molecules. Now I am the Manager of the Scientific User Support at the Center for Scientific Computing , Espoo, FINLAND. One of my interests has been for a long time in the visualization and animations of molecules in chemistry. If you are interested you can have a look at some of the activities of our Graphics group . We have also a Chemistry Web server in chemistry . If you are interested
descriptions:
Leif Laaksonen


#127. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://ccterm9.ims.ac.jp

last fetched: 13-May-95
bytes: 7514
links: 33

title: IMS Home Page

outline: Welcome to CCIMS !!

keys: modelling

excerpt: IMS Home Page Switch Japanese page Sun May 14 04:17:19 JST 1995 (GMT +0900) Welcome to CCIMS !! Select any of the underlined or highlighted words in this paragraph for more help. Questions and comments should be emailed to info@ccterm9.ims.ac.jp . Guide: Computer Center Chemical Materials Center(CMC) Okazaki National Research Institute(ONRI) Network Center NetNews: To point to a Usenet newsgroup. The most common method is to set the environment variable NNTPSERVER to the name of your news server before you start Mosaic. If MacMosaic is set the environment variab... Domain List in Japan WHOIS: DARPA Internet user name directory service Computer Center Institute for Molecular Science
descriptions:
http://ccterm9.ims.ac.jp/


#128. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://kmi.open.ac.uk/projects/projects.html

last fetched: 24-Feb-95
bytes: 30349
links: 39

title: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL

outline: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL Knowledge Engineering work in HCRL Human Computer Interaction Graphical Explanations (Tony Hasemer) Cognitive architecture Theory of Autonomous Agents (George Kiss) Neural

keys:

excerpt: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL Return to HCRL Home Page Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL * Knowledge Engineering * Micro interpreter for knowledge engineering (MIKE) *Knowledge acquisitionand conceptual modelling *Robust methodologies and reusable software for knowledge engineering *Advanced software environments for knowledge engineering * Human computer interaction * The behaviour of novice programmers * Program visualisation and debugging logic programs * Graphical explanations * User-centred visualisation and navigation in parallel logic programming * Algorithm visualisation techniques * A framework for understanding and evaluating program visualisation systems * High-level dialogue in


#129. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.euridis.fbk.eur.nl/Euridis/html/pub-papers-EDI.html

last fetched: 13-May-95
file date: 04-Feb-95
bytes: 9650
links: 7

title: Euridis Abstracts -- pub/papers/EDI

keys: modelling

excerpt: Euridis Abstracts -- pub/papers/EDI Index * RP Reprint of published Papers * RM Research Monograph * WP Working Paper * DC Programs manuals (Documentation) * DC-1992-12-01 * RP-1994-08-01 * RP-1994-10-01 * RP-1994-10-02 * WP-1994-03-01 * WP-1995-02-03 DC-1992-12-01.ps.Z (141415bytes) * Title CASE/EDI: EDI Modeling -- User Documentation * Author Ronald M. Lee * Date December 1992 * Report number DC-1992-12-01 * Keywords Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE), Logic Programming Erasmus University Research Institute for Decision and Information Systems


#130. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl/CS/SEIS/index.html

last fetched: 09-May-95
file date: 03-May-95
bytes: 3942
links: 27

outline: Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information Research Activities

keys: modelling

excerpt: RUL Mathematics & Computer Science - Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information This research group is headed by Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels , who may be contacted through: Ms Kate van der Zalm (Secretary to Prof.Dr. Engels) Dept. of Comp. Science Leiden University Niels Bohrweg 1 2333 CA Leiden The Netherlands Research Activities Software systems and in particular information systems are used in an ever increasing number of application areas. Examples of such areas are office automation, management support, and geographical information systems. All these systems share a number of requirements: they have to be user friendly, easily
descriptions:
SEIS


#131. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://hcrl.open.ac.uk/projects/projects.html

last fetched: 05-Feb-95
bytes: 30347
links: 39

title: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL

outline: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL Knowledge Engineering work in HCRL Human Computer Interaction Graphical Explanations (Tony Hasemer) Cognitive architecture Theory of Autonomous Agents (George Kiss) Neural

keys:

excerpt: Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL Return to HCRL Home Page Ongoing Research Projects at HCRL * Knowledge Engineering * Micro interpreter for knowledge engineering (MIKE) *Knowledge acquisitionand conceptual modelling *Robust methodologies and reusable software for knowledge engineering *Advanced software environments for knowledge engineering * Human computer interaction * The behaviour of novice programmers * Program visualisation and debugging logic programs * Graphical explanations * User-centred visualisation and navigation in parallel logic programming * Algorithm visualisation techniques * A framework for understanding and evaluating program visualisation systems * High-level dialogue in
descriptions:
Program Visualization


#132. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.gly.bris.ac.uk/WWW/TerraNova/terranova.html

last fetched: 21-Apr-95
bytes: 3663
links: 13

title: GeoLogic, Terra NOVA

keys: modelling

excerpt: GeoLogic, Terra NOVA Articles from GeoLogic, Terra NOVA * Volume 7, 1995 * Ball & Stick Simon Bale * Going Remote Paul Browning * The World Wide Web Paul Browning * Volume 6, 1994 * Question Mark Paul Browning * LogIT: user-friendly data logging Steve Lane * Dimple - image processing on a Mac Anthony Denniss * Global Topography CD-ROMS Bill Sowerbutts * Teach yourself GIS Geoff... N.B. These articles appear by kind permission of Blackwell Scientific Publications Ltd. Please acknowledge their source if you refer to them. This page is maintained by paul.browning@bris.ac.uk
descriptions:
Terra Nova (1989-1995)
Terra Nova (1994-recent)


#133. [score 0.4553, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.dit.csiro.au/division/

last fetched: 15-May-95
file date: 03-Apr-95
bytes: 7431
links: 1

title: About the CSIRO Division of Information Technology

keys: modelling

excerpt: About the CSIRO Division of Information Technology Division of Information Technology Chief, Dr John O'Callaghan. The CSIRO Division of Information Technology supports the Australian software and related services industry sector by providing R&D capabilities and expertise in: * advanced software technologies and system architectures * rapid prototyping of specialised information systems for user requirements * advanced methodologies and tools for software engineering. Objectives The primary objective of the Division is to improve the international competitiveness of companies in the Australian software and services sector. A secondary objective is to increase the effective use of information


#134. [score 0.4552, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl:/CS/SEIS/

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 01-May-95
bytes: 3940
links: 27

outline: Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information Research Activities

keys: modelling

excerpt: RUL Mathematics & Computer Science - Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information This research group is headed by Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels , who may be contacted through: Ms Kate van der Zalm (Secretary to Prof.Dr. Engels) Dept. of Comp. Science Leiden University Niels Bohrweg 1 2333 CA Leiden The Netherlands Research Activities Software systems and in particular information systems are used in an ever increasing number of application areas. Examples of such areas are office automation, management support, and geographical information systems. All these systems share a number of requirements: they have to be user friendly, easily
descriptions:
http://www.wi.LeidenUniv.nl/CS/SEIS/
Leiden University, Software Engineering and Information Systems


#135. [score 0.4552, 2 of 2 terms] http://www-swiss.ai.mit.edu/philg/narcissism/resume-list.text

last fetched: 19-Jun-95
file date: 08-Nov-94
bytes: 5862

keys: modelling

excerpt: Engineering Tasks Completed by Philip Greenspun SOFTWARE DEVELOPED [] KTA, a computer-aided litigation system. This Macintosh Common Lisp program represents as objects legal claims, elements and facts and the relationships among them. The user interface lets an attorney look at a case in multiple ways. [] (with Henry Wu) 8051 code for a TV commercial recognizer. This included keeping a record of all tagged commercials seen, time of broadcast, number of fields, video quality and color burst presence, as well as an interface to an IBM PC. Software developed in C. (1990 for Isosonics and VidCode) [] graphical, multi-window simulation environment for digital audio recorder (1988 for Isosonics), including


#136. [score 0.4552, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.wi.leidenuniv.nl/CS/SEIS/

last fetched: 31-May-95
file date: 01-May-95
bytes: 3943
links: 27

outline: Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information Research Activities

keys: modelling

excerpt: RUL Mathematics & Computer Science - Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information This research group is headed by Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels , who may be contacted through: Ms Kate van der Zalm (Secretary to Prof.Dr. Engels) Dept. of Comp. Science Leiden University Niels Bohrweg 1 2333 CA Leiden The Netherlands Research Activities Software systems and in particular information systems are used in an ever increasing number of application areas. Examples of such areas are office automation, management support, and geographical information systems. All these systems share a number of requirements: they have to be user friendly, easily
descriptions:
The SEIS (Software Engineering & Information Systems) research group


#137. [score 0.4552, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.wi.LeidenUniv.nl/CS/SEIS/

last fetched: 27-May-95
file date: 01-May-95
bytes: 3942
links: 27

outline: Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information Research Activities

keys: modelling

excerpt: RUL Mathematics & Computer Science - Software Engineering and Information Systems Contact Information This research group is headed by Prof. Dr. Gregor Engels , who may be contacted through: Ms Kate van der Zalm (Secretary to Prof.Dr. Engels) Dept. of Comp. Science Leiden University Niels Bohrweg 1 2333 CA Leiden The Netherlands Research Activities Software systems and in particular information systems are used in an ever increasing number of application areas. Examples of such areas are office automation, management support, and geographical information systems. All these systems share a number of requirements: they have to be user friendly, easily


#138. [score 0.4552, 2 of 2 terms] http://grail.cba.csuohio.edu/ucourse.html

last fetched: 14-May-95
file date: 08-Feb-95
bytes: 14036
links: 2

title: Undergraduate Course Descriptions

outline: Undergraduate Course Descriptions

keys: modelling

excerpt: Undergraduate Course Descriptions CIS 201 Information and Computer Technology Concepts (4-0-4). Prerequisite: None. Introduce information systems and computer concepts. Use a desktop computer with current important end user software to solve problems within an organizational environment. Includes coverage of sofware and hard... Last Updated Mon, Feb 27 18:35 EST 1995 Send Mail to: Web Master [http@grail.cba.csuohio.edu] Back to CIS Home Page


#139. [score 0.4551, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.gla.ac.uk/Acad/Vet/VIE/project/ecfxpert/ecfxpert.html

last fetched: 12-Apr-95
bytes: 5265
links: 4

title: ECFXPERT - Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology

outline: ECFXPERT

keys: modelling

excerpt: ECFXPERT - Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology Veterinary Informatics and Epidemiology ECFXPERT ECFXPERT is an integrated computer model designed for investigation of Rhipicephalus appendiculatus tick populations, the disease East Coast fever (ECF) and its control. The model runs on IBM compatib... ECFXPERT environment The computer package is intended for users with little computing knowledge and provides a user-friendly environment for performing computer experiments. Screen editors allow the default environmental ... Simulation model The integrated model contains four simulation models a tick method, an ECF model, a dipping model and chemotherapy model. The tick model is for the investigation
descriptions:
ECFXPERT


#140. [score 0.4551, 2 of 2 terms] http://solution.maths.unsw.edu.au/WWW.fluids/homepage/staff.html

last fetched: 29-May-95
file date: 09-May-95
bytes: 5238
links: 6

title: UNSW Mathematics Fluid Dynamics - Staff

outline: STAFF IN THE FLUID DYNAMICS GROUP Staff Research Staff Research Students

keys: modelling

excerpt: UNSW Mathematics Fluid Dynamics - Staff UNSW Mathematics Fluid Dynamics Home Page STAFF IN THE FLUID DYNAMICS GROUP This is a list of the members of the Fluid Dynamics Group together with an indication of their research interests. You can also contact them through the School of Mathematics' telephone directory . External callers, dial before the extension: in Sydney, 385-; in Australia, 02-385-; elsewhere, +61-2-385-. This is a user-maintained list, so while it may be up-to-date for some individuals, it is not necessarily complete or consistent. Here is the complete list of academic staff , drawn from the last Physical Oceanography Report. Currently under construction! Staff Assoc./Professor


#141. [score 0.4550, 2 of 2 terms] http://umbc7.umbc.edu/~ohara/doc/fib2.html

last fetched: 09-May-95
file date: 06-Feb-95
bytes: 16371
links: 28

title: ACS Facts in Brief

outline: ACADEMIC COMPUTING SERVICES, FALL, 1994 Index Purpose ACS Phone Numbers and Staff Hardware Resources Software Resources Network Communications

keys: modelling

excerpt: ACS Facts in Brief Facts in Brief ACADEMIC COMPUTING SERVICES, FALL, 1994 For additional information consult the ACS Newsletter Index * Purpose * ACS Phone Numbers and Staff * Hardware Resources * Mainframe/Multi-User Systems * Unix Workstation Resources * Microcomputer Resources * Printing Resources * Software Resources * Unix Software Resources * VMS Software Resources * Microcomputer Software * Network Communications * Dial-Up Facilities * 2400 Baud Modems * Operating Hours
descriptions:
Academic Computing Facts in Brief Document
Academic Computing Home Page.
Academic Computing Services
documentation section of the ACS Home Page


#142. [score 0.4550, 2 of 2 terms] http://bmrl.med.uiuc.edu:8080/SISCO/

last fetched: 07-Apr-95
bytes: 5596
links: 30

title: SISCO/Varian Users Group Home Page

outline: SISCO/Varian Users Group Page SISCO Specific Documents Associated MRI Pages Useful Technical Pages Useful Home Pages FTP Sites UseNet News Groups of Interest to MR Comments

keys: modelling

excerpt: SISCO/Varian Users Group Home Page SISCO/Varian Users Group Page Welcome to the SISCO/Varian Users Group WWW Page. This is extension of the MRI-MRS users group mailing list and ftp site available at University of Virgina. The purpose of this Page is increase the utility and capability of the of the SISCO family of Imaging NMR spectrometers. SISCO Specific Documents * Software extensions * Hardware extensions * Release Notes * Announcements from SISCO * Misc. User Images Associated MRI Pages * The Journal of Medical Imaging * Signal Processing Page * UofI-BMRL Home Page * MRI Group, University of Texas at Arlington * Univ of Wisconsin, National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison (NMRFAM)


#143. [score 0.4550, 2 of 2 terms] http://info.mcc.ac.uk/CGU/research/animation/nurbs_animation.html

last fetched: 10-Jun-95
file date: 06-Jun-95
bytes: 5092
links: 13

title: Animation using NURBS

outline: Animation using NURBS Traditional animation NURBS for animation The fourth dimension - time Some examples Implementation

keys: modelling

excerpt: Animation using NURBS Traditional animation Computer animation systems attempt to reduce the work-load of an animator by allowing him or her to provide the minimum of information to a system in order to describe the desired results. Consequently most animation research has concentrated on wringing the maximum amount of meaning out of the minimum amount of information. However the user provides the animation description, the system will always need to manipulate a number of virtual actors (often in the form of simple geometric objects) during a time period. Current commercial systems tend to use techniques such as polygonal approximations to actors, which preclude the use of a unifying four dimensional
descriptions:
Deforming Nurbs
NURBS hyper-surfaces


#144. [score 0.4550, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ucs/docs/beg26/beg26.html

last fetched: 10-Apr-95
bytes: 33788

title: Getting Started With Microsoft Excel

outline: 1 Introduction Aim of this Document 2 What is Excel? The History of Excel 3 Starting Excel 4 The Opening Display The Main Excel Window Menus Shortcut Menus Toolbars Sub-Windows 5 General Comments The Tutorial

keys: modelling

excerpt: Getting Started With Microsoft Excel 1 Introduction "There are corporate executives, wholesalers, retailers and small-businesses owners who talk about their business lives in two time periods: before and after the electronic spreadsheet" Steven Levy When Excel 4.0 was released in April 1992 it pushed back new barriers of ease of learning, ease of use, power and flexibility. When the Computing Service asked the user community which Windows spreadsheet they would like to see supported, there was but one answer - Excel. Excel is now being used for an ever increasing range of tasks, from straight forward accounting and financial analysis to statistical analysis, what-if forecasting, equation solving


#145. [score 0.4549, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.swan.ac.uk/compsci/AllStaff/PT.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 08-Apr-95
bytes: 11456
links: 7

title: Peter Townsend

outline: Prof P Townsend, BSc, PhD (Wales) CEng MBCS Professor of Applied Computer Science and Vice-Principal of University of Wales Swansea Publications since 1992

keys: modelling

excerpt: Peter Townsend Prof P Townsend, BSc, PhD (Wales) CEng MBCS Professor of Applied Computer Science and Vice-Principal of University of Wales Swansea Research Interests: human computer interaction; computer graphics and visualisation; computer-aided control systems design; computational fluid dynamics. Teaching Interests: computer graphics; user interface design. Peter Townsend Tel.: (+44) 01792 295398 Publications since 1992 *H.R. Tamaddon-Jahromi, P. Townsend and M.F. Webster, Numerical solution of unsteady viscous flows, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 95 (1992) 301-315 *D.M. Hawken, P. Townsend and M.F. Webster, Use of dynamic data structures in finite element applications
descriptions:
Peter Townsend
Prof P Townsend


#146. [score 0.4549, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.biochem.abdn.ac.uk/~pgray/home_page.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 01-Mar-95
bytes: 6589
links: 4

title: Peter M.D. Gray, Home Page

outline: Peter M.D. Gray Publications

keys:

excerpt: Peter M.D. Gray, Home Page Peter M.D. Gray Projects * Object-oriented Database Development for Antibody Modelling * Integrated Knowledge Base for Protein Structure and Sequence * The P/FDM Object-oriented Database Group Home Page * Constraint Satisfaction in Semantic Data Model Databases Publications J Boyle , J E Fothergill & P M D Gray , Design of a 3D User Interface to a Database, In Database Issues for Data Visualization , J P Lee & G G Grinstein (Eds), Springer-Verlag, Germany, pp 173-185, 1994. P M D Gray , Very Large Scale Knowledge Bases and Knowledge Re-Use, AISB Quarterly , vol 89, pp 5-9, 1994. P R Tempest, P White, E D Williamson, R W Titball, D C Kelley, G J L Kemp , P M D Gray


#147. [score 0.4549, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.jyu.fi/~kelly/meta/products.html

last fetched: 17-Jun-95
file date: 06-May-95
bytes: 6777
links: 2

title: MetaEdit Personal: Product descriptions

outline: MetaEdit Personal: Product descriptions MetaEdit Personal MetaEdit Personal Method Workbench Releases

keys: modelling

excerpt: MetaEdit Personal: Product descriptions With the launch of MetaEdit+ , the MetaEdit range is being renamed to MetaEdit Personal. The old Standard version is no longer available, and MetaEdit Personal corresponds to the former MetaEdit Professional. MetaEdit Personal Method Workbench corresponds to the former MetaEdit Method Workbench. MetaEdit Personal An efficient and easy to use graphical CASE tool: High-Quality graphics on both screen and printouts Simple and efficient user interactions Multi-level models (decomposition) Color graphichs Supports any display or printing device that can be used with Windows Active checking of model consistency: Intelligent methods determines the legal actions
descriptions:
Method Workbench
Personal


#148. [score 0.4549, 2 of 2 terms] http://mjolner.dk/Newsletters/Newsletter-1-2/newsletter_vol.1,no.2_www.html

last fetched: 18-May-95
file date: 08-Nov-94
bytes: 30415
links: 31

title: Mjølner BETA Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2

outline: Mjølner BETA Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 Table of Contents Mjølner BETA Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2, March 1994 Readings Newsletter Response Card

keys: modelling

excerpt: Mjølner BETA Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 Table of Contents Mjølner BETA Newsletter, Volume 1, Number 2, March 1994 The Next Release of the Mjølner BETA System Reader's Toolbox Distributed Programming in BETA The Basic Building Blocks The Remoteable Pattern The NameServer The Shell The Ensemble Conclusion Readings Special Issue of Communications of the ACM on Mjølner BETA Hypertext User's Forum Industrial Evaluation of BETA Background The BETA Language X Window System Programming in BETA Conclusions Reader's Puzzle


#149. [score 0.4547, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.channel1.com/users/tellus/sw-wplan.html

last fetched: 18-Jun-95
file date: 04-Feb-95
bytes: 9515
links: 3

title: WastePlan

outline: WastePlan Integrated Waste Management Planning System

keys:

excerpt: WastePlan Integrated Waste Management Planning System What is WastePlan? WastePlan is a user-friendly, microcomputer-based model for use in integrated solid waste planning. First developed in 1988, WastePlan has been enhanced and updated to meet the needs of dozens of public agencies and researchers in the field of solid waste management. What can I do with WastePlan? With WastePlan, you can "build" and run a comprehensive, integrated solid waste management system right on your computer screen. You describe a community or region's waste generation with any number of distinct sectors and waste types. You then send the generated wastes into sequences (which you d...
descriptions:
WastePlan computer modelling
WastePlan: Integrated Solid Waste Planning


#150. [score 0.4547, 2 of 2 terms] http://www.savba.sk/sav/cryst/zds.html

last fetched: 24-May-95
file date: 03-Apr-95
bytes: 7429

outline: The ZDS - SYSTEM, Ver. 6 THE GRAPHIC EDITOR PROFILE FITTING ANALYSIS OF THE UNIT CELL SELF-INDEXING DETERMINATION OF CRYSTALLITE SIZE AND LATTICE STRAIN THE STANDARDLESS QUANTITATIVE PHASE ANALYSIS

keys:

excerpt: The ZDS - SYSTEM, Ver. 6 Original software designed for analysis, generation, modelling and interpretation of X-ray powder diffraction pattern co-operating with PDF2 or PDF1 database. The ZDS - system is a powerful integrated environment of procedures for complete and precise processing of powder diffraction data. The heart of the system is the graphic control center for graphic editing of powder diffraction patterns and for initialisation of application procedures. The program is designed to enable the user the maximum utilisation of all procedures with minimum effort. The ZDS system allows to import (export) data for processing in step - scanned form from Philips and Siemens diffractometers

Next 200 hits

back to the Lycos Home Page.


Lycos 0.9beta19 21-Jun-95 / 23-Jun-95 / fuzzy@cmu.edu