BAA London - September Symposium

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BAA London - September Symposium Phil Last 9/18/12 11:26 AM
Apologies for late announcement.

There WILL be a Symposium this month, normal time, normal place. And
it's only 10 days off!

BAA London - September Symposium

The Albion
2/3 New Bridge Street
City of London
London
EC4V 6AA

https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=the+albion+ec4v+6aa

Upstairs 2.30 'til 5.00 on Friday 28 September.

Open Agenda.

Free WiFi. Beer on tap but bring your own code.

Discussion at: http://groups.google.com/group/baa-london/topics
Re: BAA London - September Symposium Phil Last 9/24/12 3:40 AM
Only Four days to go.
It's an open agenda but there's plenty to discuss.
Iverson College was only a couple of weeks ago.
Dyalog'12 is only a few weeks away.
There's a revival of interest in Vector.
The Albion has a number of new guest Ales.
And the November Symposium will be our fourth anniversary.
Re: BAA London - September Symposium Dick Bowman 9/29/12 12:47 AM
On Mon, 24 Sep 2012 03:40:41 -0700 (PDT), Phil Last wrote:

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Among the discussions were...

Gert Moller describing his work (with Mike Hughes) investigating how gene
mapping works as an indicator for medical conditions - and hence to
appropriate treatments.  On the technical side this combines the inherently
array-based nature of the data with the computational possibilities of GPUs
for parallel computations.

Dan Baronet showed some of the tools he has developed to simplify the
generation of WPF-based GUIs; including one which creates XAML files from
APL expressions.

The next symposium will be held in late October, Phil Last will be
announcing the exact date, time and place.

If you have anything you'd like to discuss with an enthusiastic and
knowledgeable group of APLers, please let Phil have the details - we are
open to anything and everything APL-related.

This brief summary has been crossposted to comp.lang.apl, Dyalog's forum
and the APLX forum - please feel welcome to propogate it further wherever
you think there are people who would like to know more about the state of
APL in the present day.