February 13, 2007

Armchair Conference-Blogging

Anand Sarwate's ergodic walk takes him to the the 2007 Information Theory and Applications workshop, from which he brings back reports on network coding, coding theory, spectrum allocation, networks, source coding and publication. (I do not understand the objections to using the arxiv.)

On a not-unrelated note, Aaron Clauset reports from two conferences I wish I'd been at, the DIMACS workshop on complex networks and their applications (days 1, 2 and 3), and the BK21 Workshop on Complex Systems.

Looking to the future, the workshop on Extending Computational Cognitive Modelling to Multi-Agent Interaction which Sule Yildirim and Bill Rand are organizing looks like it will be very interesting to anyone who cares about collective cognition, but there's no way I'll be able to make it, so I hope someone will go and post about it.

Complexity; Networks; Enigmas of Chance; The Collective Use and Evolution of Concepts

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