AFTER-TUTORIAL WEB PAGE
REPRESENTATION AND LEARNING IN ROBOTS AND ANIMALS
A two-day tutorial was held in The University of Edinburgh on
30th and 31st July 2005 at
as described in the
the tutorial booklet
(to be revised).
AFTER THE EVENT
At the tutorial it was announced that the booklet would be updated, the
tutorial presentations would be added to the web site, and that
anyone who wished to submit reports on some or all of the tutorial
presentations and discussions or the booklet, could write to me
(A.Sloman @ cs.bham.ac.uk).
I shall maintain a mailing list of people who wish to be informed of
developments on the website or other news items related to the tutorial,
so if you wish simply to be added to the mailing list please write to
When writing to me please use plain text only for the message body,
(i.e. please don't send your message text in html or text+html or word
files or pdf.
Any contributions to the web site should be in html or pdf or
plain text and should clearly state who you are, preferably giving a URL
for your web site, and if you wish people to write to you, please
include your email address, since I do not wish to have to forward
Changes to this web site will be announced on this page.
NOTE (7 Sep 2005)
The composite booklet
has been updated to include the
new files mentioned below.
NOTE (24 Aug 2005)
Ales Leonardis' tutorial presentation
"Problems of Representation and
Learning in Machine Vision."
NOTE (8 Aug 2005)
Chappell's tutorial presentation now available:
"How do animals gather useful information about their environment and
act on it?"
The tutorial could not have occurred without financial support from
which we gratefully acknowledge.
Last updated: 8 Aug 2005
School of Computer Science,
The University of