All aspects of programming, computer science theory, operating systems, databases, etc.
Mailing list for Serco employees at the JRC Ispra. Here it will be possible to discuss about anything related to our work at the Research Centre, as well as our company, events to be organised and so on.
Citrix news for Server-based Computing websites- or blog owners.
STORM is a Simulation Tool for Real time Multiprocessor scheduling. From the specification of the characteristics of a software architecture (the tasks to schedule), a hardware architecture (the resources for implementing these tasks) and the choice of a scheduling policy, the tool simulates the execution of these tasks on these resources according to the rules of this policy.
This group is for those who are in the Internship batch in ORACLE, Hyderabad beginning from the 28th of January. The group has been created to enable interaction between the Interns and file sharing.
News regarding Freeware Arena and 'The Freeware Book' project
List to discuss and help new users of alternative windows shells. An alternate shell helps one gain control and power over how one's user-interface looks and feels. For some examples of shells, see http://shell-shocked.org.
For open discussion on Web Wizard topics
Microsoft laboros csoport levelezű listŠja. Mailing list for the students of the programming course.
All gvSIG press releases in English
A read-only low volume mailing list for special announcements related to Castor, such as new releases.
Mailing List of the students of Comp Science, Section B, Manipaltech,
This is the course discussion list for Wearable System Design and Implementation graduate level course offered in spring 2015 at BUAA in Beijing, China.
Academia do grupo Release. This is the mailing list for the student members of the Research lab "Release". It will be used for announcements of talks and other initiatives organised by the students. The students group is focused in studying and mastering computer science topics related to foundations of Computer Science and their use to design and implement provably correct reliable and secure software systems. https://www.facebook.com/groups/release.diubi/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1668250626797595/
[Activity plan] Human Computer Interaction Thematic Area (HCI-TA) is one of the conferences that constitute Human Computer Interaction International conference for promoting the research and development activities in the broad field of HCI. Every year, about 2,000-3,000 researchers and practitioners come together to the conference for presenting and exchanging ideas. HCI-TA has a program board to plan and organize sessions, especially in the new field of HCI. Also, it is to expand the activity by inviting may session organizers from various countries. HCI-TA is expected to ask session organizers to collect and review papers so that the quality of conference can be maintained. Furthermore, HCI-TA has to select one paper from all submitted papers for the best paper award. HCI-TA is expected to be involved in other optional activities, for example, to propose the next conference venue. This mailing list will be created so that the communication among program board members can be facilitated and be activated. Previously, the general conference secretary office located in Crete, Greece handled some part of it. But now, the program board is required to be more involved in the activity for the conference. This leads to the necessity for more convenient way of communication among us than separate emails. As a conference chair of HCI-TA, I thought of organizing a mailing list of program board for those purposes. [Use of Mailing List] Because the activity of program board will be triggered based on the necessity of certain actions, the use of mailing list will not be evenly dispersed. When some necessity will occur, it will be used frequently, and otherwise it will not be used frequently. [Membership] Membership of this mailing list is limited only to the program board members. Currently, the committee include following professionals, but maybe some more members will join us. ose Abdelnour-Nocera, University of West London, United Kingdom Sebastiano Bagnara, BSD, Italy Simone D. J. Barbosa, Pontif√≠cia Universidade Cat√≥lica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil Kaveh Bazargan, Shahid Beheshti University (National University of Iran), Iran Michael Craven, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom Henry Been-Lirn Duh, University of Tasmania, Australia Achim Ebert, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany Xiaowen Fang, DePaul University, United States Stefano Federici, Universit√† degli Studi di Milano, Italy Ayako Hashizume, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Wonil Hwang, Soongsil University, Korea Mitsuhiko Karashima, Tokai University, Japan Hiroshi Kato, Open University of Japan, Japan Heidi Kr√∂mker, Technische Universit√§t Ilmenau, Germany Seongil Lee, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea Cristiano Maciel, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso (UFMT), Brazil Naoko Okuizumi, Independent Usability and UX research specialist, Japan Philippe Palanque, IRIT, France Cecile Paris, CSIRO ICT Center, Australia Alberto Raposo, Pontif√≠cia Universidade Cat√≥lica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil Milene Selbach Silveira, Pontificia Universidada Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil Guangfeng Song, NIH / NCBI, United States Hiroshi Ujita, Institute for Environmental and Safety Studies, Japan Fan Zhao, Florida Gulf Coast University, United States
Mailing list for Introduction to Data Mining class discussion