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Category:   E-Material
Subject:   ComputingLeeds - newsletter for industry
From:   ann roberts
Email:   ar_(on)_comp.leeds.ac.uk
Date received:   16 Jul 2001

******************************************************** 'Research edge for your business benefit' COMPUTINGLEEDS, a quarterly newsletter from the School of Computing, University of Leeds http://www.computingleeds.ac.uk ******************************************************** Please take a look at the contents of the Summer 2001 edition of COMPUTINGLEEDS, our on-line newsletter which is intended to inform the business community of our research and its relevance to industry. Produced quarterly, it summarises recent industrial collaborations, research projects, reports and other activities, and explains how to work with us for win-win benefit. Included in this quarter's issue are: *THE REASON BEHIND DESIGN Our Spatial Reasoning theories underpin major US DARPA project on automated design *DROP OF THE WRITE STUFF Optimising printing on textiles for Marks and Spencer, Yorkshire Textiles *AUTOMATING PROFESSOR HIGGINS technology improves foreign language pronunciation *TRACSII ACROSS THE IRISH SEA transport scheduling for Translink Citybus Belfast *HOW DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD? visual monitoring of animal behaviour *VIRTUALLY PRESENT YOUR HONOUR online evidence and videoconferencing for courtrooms *SERFING THE NET research for Hewlett-Packhard into adaptive Web agents plus: Seventeenth Annual UK Performance Engineering Workshop, a new book on eBusiness, how our students can carry out project work for you, industrial placements, Research Reports To read more about these articles, visit COMPUTINGLEEDS at http://www.computingleeds.ac.uk We feel sure that COMPUTINGLEEDS will hold something of interest and value to your business, but if you do not want to hear more simply return this e-mail with 'unsubscribe' in the header.

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