An Interview with Erol Gelenbe: Practical Theories Make the World Go (Part II)
Interviewed by Cristian Calude
This interview is the second of two parts of an interview of Professor Erol Gelenbe by Professor Cristian Calude. It appeared in print in the October 2010 issue of the Bulletin of the European Association for Computer Science and is printed here with permission.
Ubiquity symposium: Computation, Uncertainty and Risk
by Jeffrey P. Buzen
January 2011In this eleventh piece to the Ubiquity symposium discussing What is computation? Jeffrey P. Buzen develops a new computational model for representing computations that arise when deterministic algorithms process workloads ...
Ubiquity symposium: What is the Right Computational Model for Continuous Scientific Problems?
by Joseph Traub
January 2011In this tenth piece to the Ubiquity symposium discussing What is computation? Joseph Traub shares his views about using the Turing Machine model and the real number model for solving ...
An Interview with Mark Guzdial
Interviewed by Peter Denning
January 2011Mark Guzdial is a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). His research focuses on the intersection of computing and education, from the ...
Ubiquity symposium: Computation and Computational Thinking
by Alfred V. Aho
January 2011In this ninth piece to the Ubiquity symposium discussing What is computation? Alfred V. Aho shares his views about the importance of computational thinking in answering the question. ...