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Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Andrew Russell
Issue Date:January 2014
pp. 69-73
This set of Reviews covers Finn Brunton's Spam: A Shadow History of the Internet (MIT Press, 2013), Tom Sito's Moving Innovation: A History of Computer Animation (MIT Press, 2013), and a set of books by Edgar G. Daylight and published by Lonely Scholar Sci...
   
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Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Andrew Russell
Issue Date:July 2013
pp. 68-70
This set of Reviews covers Jimmy Maher's The Future Was Here: The Commodore Amiga (MIT Press, 2012) and Janet Abbate's Recoding Gender: Women's Changing Participation in Computing (MIT Press, 2012).
   
Reviews
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Andrew Russell
Issue Date:July 2013
pp. 68-70
This set of Reviews covers Jimmy Maher's The Future Was Here: The Commodore Amiga (MIT Press, 2012) and Janet Abbate's Recoding Gender: Women's Changing Participation in Computing (MIT Press, 2012).
   
Biomedical Computing: Digitizing Life in the United States[ (November, J.; 2012) [Reviews]
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Andrew Russell
Issue Date:April 2013
pp. 82-84
This set of Reviews covers Joseph November's Biomedical Computing: Digitizing Life in the United States (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012) and John Harwood's The Interface: IBM and the Transformation of Corporate Design (University of Minnesota Press, ...
 
Reviews [Four books reviewed]
Found in: IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
By Andrew Russell
Issue Date:January 2013
pp. 4-10
This set of Reviews covers Eden Medina's Cybernetic Revolutionaries (MIT Press, 2011), Per Lundin's Computers in Swedish Society (Springer, 2012), George Dyson's Turing's Cathedral (Pantheon Books, 2012), James W. Cortada's History Hunting (M.E. Sharpe, 20...
 
Go Math! How Research Anchors New Mobile Learning Environments
Found in: IEEE International Conference on Wireless, Mobile, and Ubiquitous Technology in Education
By April Alexander, Kristen Pilner Blair, Shelley Goldman, Osvaldo Jimenez, Masataka Nakaue, Roy Pea, Andrew Russell
Issue Date:April 2010
pp. 57-64
A reciprocal research and design process (RR&D) became central to the development of mobile learning environments for families. Go Math! applications were developed to support families in the situations they face in their daily activities where problem...
 
Pheromone Communication Simulation for Mobile Robots Using Java 3D
Found in: Computer and Information Science, ACIS International Conference on
By Anies Hannawati Purnamadjaja, Johan Iskandar, R. Andrew Russell
Issue Date:July 2007
pp. 261-266
This paper presents a review of an on-going simulation project that aims to simulate pheromone communication in a group of mobile robots. A Java 3D simulation tool, PheromoneSimBot has been developed to serve the purpose of visual modelling and simulating ...
 
Tracking Chemical Plumes in 3-Dimensions
Found in: Robotics and Biomimetics, IEEE International Conference on
By R. Andrew Russell
Issue Date:December 2006
pp. 31-36
This paper considers the problem of tracking airborne chemical plumes in 3-dimensions. Finding the source of a volatile chemical plume is considered to be a valuable capability for a mobile robot, with potential applications in areas such as locating chemi...
 
TASTI Follows Chemical Trails with its Robot Tongue
Found in: Robotics and Biomimetics, IEEE International Conference on
By R. Andrew Russell
Issue Date:December 2006
pp. 257-262
This paper describes initial progress of a project to build a mobile robot that can detect and respond to non-volatile chemicals. Most people would be aware that sniffer dogs and insects such as ants are capable of following chemical trails that release vo...
 
Improving the robustness of Na?ve Physics airflow mapping, using Bayesian reasoning on a multiple hypothesis tree
Found in: Robotics and Biomimetics, IEEE International Conference on
By Gideon Kowadlo, R. Andrew Russell
Issue Date:December 2006
pp. 672-677
Previous work on odour localisation in enclosed environments, relying on an airflow model, has faced significant limitations due to the fact that large differences between airflow topologies are predicted for only small variations in a physical map. This i...
 
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