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My main area of research interest is intelligent software systems, artificial intelligence, optimisation and applications to real world problems. I am also interested in theoretical computer science, in particular parameterised complexity and its applications. While, most of my work is in the area of constraint programming, I also like to combine techniques from the field of machine learning and formal methods with constraint and satisfiability solving techniques. Specific application domains I am interested in include: cancer care, health, environmental sustainability, computer/network security, configuration, design, ...
It aims to develop interdisciplinary foundations, which are applicable in a variety of areas, such as engineering, biology, medicine and social sciences. Systems science and systemics are names for all research related to systems theory . It is defined as an emerging branch of science that studies holistic systems and tries to develop logical, mathematical, engineering and philosophical paradigms and frameworks in which physical, technological, biological, social, cognitive and metaphysical systems can be studied and developed. This list of systems sciences organizations gives an overview of global and local organizations in the ...
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LAST week I had a great night in Limerick. I was down to host an evening of music, debate and political cabaret in the wonderful Dolan’s Warehouse. The event was organised by the Northside Learning Hub. It runs outreach programmes, working with schools and colleges to make education available to as many people in the northside of Limerick as possible ( www.learninghub.ie ). There were many teachers in the crowd and the honesty of the discussion was revealing. The teachers wanted to teach, but there was a sense, particularly amongst the primary ones, that they are overburdened. One teacher — a young man — spoke ... market research, surveys and trends
How the permissive society led to the coalition of the super-rich ...
pointing out (among many reasons for not wishing Ed Balls as leader of the Labour Party) that the last thing Britain needs is three party leaders who all went to public schools. It would just prove that Britain, as Cohen also argues in his latest Observer column , is more divided by education than ever before. But while he has a point when he says that Clegg, Cameron, Osborne, Laws, Huhne and Letwin are all sons of rich men who sent their kids to the best and most expensive schools in the country, there is an upside to all this – the creation of an almost entirely privately-educated government is finally waking people up. We can ... market research, surveys and trends

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The following sites deal with best practice in the development of robust spreadsheets that can be safely maintained. They show how to control spreadsheet quality to create bug-free models that are easy to use. It is remarkable how many are based in Australia and New Zealand! Spreadsheet Check and Control: 47 key practices to detect and prevent errors . Patrick O'Beirne, 200 pages, Sep 2005, Systems Publishing. www.eusprig.org European Spreadsheet Risks Interest Group downloads include Spreadsheet Modelling Best Practice Guide (1.4MB pdf) 108-page document (PDF) on spreadsheet style by Nick Read and Jonathan Batson and How ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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