LINGUIST List 14.105

Mon Jan 13 2003

Confs: Formal Syntax & Semantics

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  1. Carlos Martin-Vide, XVI Tarragona Seminar on Formal Syntax and Semantics, Spain

Message 1: XVI Tarragona Seminar on Formal Syntax and Semantics, Spain

Date: Thu, 09 Jan 2003 20:45:20 +0100
From: Carlos Martin-Vide <cmvastor.urv.es>
Subject: XVI Tarragona Seminar on Formal Syntax and Semantics, Spain


DISTRIBUTED AUTOMATA AND DNA GRAPHS

XVI Tarragona Seminar on Formal Syntax and Semantics, FS&S


Natasha Jonoska
(University of South Florida, Tampa)
Computing with DNA Graphs: Temptations and Challenges

Kamala Krithivasan
(Indian Institute of Technology, Madras)
Selected Topics in Distributed Automata and Grammar Systems

January 27-31, 2003

Organized by the Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics
Rovira i Virgili University


				PROGRAMME

Monday 27

16:30-18:30 Krithivasan: Probabilistic Grammar Systems and Application
to Networkload Modelling
18:30-20:30	Jonoska: Computing Using Graphs and 3D-Structures 

Tuesday 28

16:30-18:30	Krithivasan: Distributed Automata
18:30-20:30	Jonoska: Experimental Results in Obtaining Graphs

Wednesday 29

16:30-18:30	Krithivasan: Fuzzy and Omega Distributed Automata
18:30-20:30	Jonoska: Topological Problems Related to Computing with Graphs

Thursday 30

9:00-11:00 Krithivasan: Weighted Finite Automata and 2D and 3D Object
Representation
11:00-13:00	Jonoska: DNA Code Words

Friday 31

9:00-11:00	Krithivasan: Peptide Computing and Blocking Binding Automata
11:00-13:00 Jonoska: Topological Properties for Languages Generated by
Forbidding and Enforcing


Place:	Room 3204, Faculty of Arts
	Rovira i Virgili University
	Pl. Imperial Tarraco, 1
	43005 Tarragona, Spain
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