Spatial Computing Workshop 2010

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Spatial Computing Workshop 2010


2010 Spatial Computing Workshop'10 at SASO 2010 (Budapest)


2010 Morphogenetic Engineering at Swarm Intelligence Conference (Brussels)


2009 Spatial Computing Workshop'09 at SASO 2009 (San Francisco)


2009 ACM special issue
T
ransactions on
A
utonomous and
A
daptive
S
ystems


2009 First International Workshop on Morphogenetic Engineering (Paris)


2008 Spatial Computing Workshop’08 at SASO (Venice)


2008 Workshop From Amorphous Computing to Spatial Computing (Paris)


2007 Workshop on Amorphous Computing (Paris)


2006 Architectures and Languages for Space
-
Oriented Computation (Dagstuhl)


2004 Unconventional Programming Paradigm (Mont St Michel)

http://www.spatial
-
computing.org

Informations


Wireless


WiFi AP:
SASO_MAASTRICHT


WiFi key:
saso2010



Lunch from 13:00 to 14:00

(across the bridge to the Hotel, upstairs)



Social event tonight



Social Event



20:30

Restaurant

Ruben Étterem





1053 Budapest, Magyar u. 12



06.1.266.36.49

Social Event

Let us know by 12:30 if you’ll join us


From ECE :


Bus 22 to Moszkva Ter


Metro line 2 to Astoria

Schedule

08:30 → 09:30

Registration

09:30 → 10:10

A basis set of operators for space
-
time computations



J. Beal

10:10 → 10:50

Massively parallel automata in Euclidian space
-
time



D. Duchier, J. Durand
-
Lose & M. Senot


11:00 → 11:30

Coffee break



11:30 → 12:10

Irregular cellular automata: a compact representation


J. Baran, P. Petrovic & M. Schoenauer

12:10 → 13:00

Demos

(anyone ?)


13:00 → 14:00

Lunch break



14:00 → 14:40

Spatial programming for music representation and analysis


L. Bigo, A. Spicher & O. Michel

14:40 → 15:20

A spatial computing approach for integrity checking of object groups


M. Banâtre, F. Allard & P. Courderc



15:30 → 16:00

Coffee break




16:00 → 16:40

Gravity points in potential
-
field approaches to self
-
organisation


A. Sampson & G. Smith



16:40 → 17:30

Open discussions