Septiembre 2012

El modelo “ele” para gestionar el conocimiento y la experiencia en proyectos software
(2012-09-28)


Charlista: 
Gerardo Matturro, de la Universidad ORT Uruguay
Fecha: 
28 Septiembre, 2012 - 16:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC 4° piso
Organización: 
DCC

RESUMEN:

 




Investigadores del DCC se reúnen con investigadora de Ginebra
(2012-09-25)


 

La académica del DCC y Directora del proyecto ADAPTE, María Cecilia Bastarrica e investigadores del DCC se reunieron con Jolita Ralyté, académica del Instituto de Ciencias de Servicios de la Universidad de Ginebra.




Charla: Ciencia Computacional: la Computación como soporte de la Ciencia
(2012-09-24)


Charlista: 
Mauricio Monsalve (Ex-DCC, Doctorando U. Iowa)
Fecha: 
27 Septiembre, 2012 - 14:30
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso
Organización: 
DCC

Resumen:

 

La Ciencia computacional o Computación científica consiste en la aplicación de métodos computacionales para la investigación científica. Mientras que su enfoque clásico se centraba en la computación numérica y la visualización, el enfoque actual se centra más en el tratamiento de datos y en los algoritmos producidos, que han puesto momentaneamente en jaque la reproducibilidad de los resultados científicos.

 




charla de vacante de excelencia: “Satisfiability of XPath”
(2012-09-14)


Charlista: 
Diego Figueira, University of Edinburgh
Fecha: 
26 Septiembre, 2012 - 14:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso
Organización: 
DCC

 

Abstract:

 

XPath is a node selecting language for XML documents. Although its satisfiability problem is in general undecidable, there are several syntactic restrictions that make the problem decidable. I will present a survey on the existing results on the satisfiability problem for fragments of XPath. I will also mention some open problems and conjectures.




La Web: La sabiduría de la gente y la cola larga
(2012-09-13)


Charlista: 
Ricardo Baeza Yates
Fecha: 
26 Septiembre, 2012 - 12:00
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso
Organización: 
DCC
Bio: 

 

Ricardo Baeza-Yates is VP of Yahoo! Research for Europe, Middle East and Latin America, leading the labs at Barcelona, Spain and Santiago, Chile, as well as supervising the newer lab in Haifa, Israel. Until 2005 he was the director of the Center for Web Research at the Department of Computer Science of the Engineering School of the University of Chile; and ICREA Professor at the Department of Technology of the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. He is co-author of the best-seller book Modern Information Retrieval, published in 1999 by Addison-Wesley with a second edition in 2011, as well as co-author of the 2nd edition of the Handbook of Algorithms and Data Structures, Addison-Wesley, 1991; and co-editor of Information Retrieval: Algorithms and Data Structures, Prentice-Hall, 1992, among more than 200 other publications. He hasreceived the Organization of American States award for young researchers in exact sciences (1993) and several national awards in Chile. In 2003 he was the first computer scientist to be elected to the Chilean Academy of Sciences. During 2007 he was awarded the Graham Medal for innovation in computing, given by the University of Waterloo to distinguished ex-alumni. In 2009 he was awarded the Latin American distinction for contributions to CS in the region and became an ACM Fellow, followed in 2011 by an IEEE Fellow.

 

 

Abstract:

 

The Web continues to grow and evolve very fast, changing our daily lives. This activity represents the collaborative work of the millions of institutions and people that contribute content to the Web as well as more than one billion people that use it. In this ocean of hyperlinked data there is explicit and implicit information and knowledge. But how is the Web? Web data mining is the main task to answer this question.

 




Charla: Human-Centered Evaluation of Software Artefacts in Computer Science: Introduction, State-of-the-Art, and Perspectives
(2012-09-12)


Charlista: 
Dr. Stefan Hanenberg, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Fecha: 
14 Septiembre, 2012 - 14:30
Sala: 
Auditorio DCC, tercer piso
Organización: 
DCC

Abstract:

 

This talk gives an introduction to the process of human-centered studies of constructs in computer science (with a focus on software artifacts). It motivates the need for such studies, gives an overview of required techniques, illustrates some pitfalls, and gives an overview of perspectives for these studies.




Programa de Educación Continua del DCC obtiene Certificación ISO 9001:2008
(2012-09-07)


 

Con el fin de seguir brindando calidad, mejoras y fortalecer el desempeño de la unidad,  el Programa de Educación Continua del Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación obtuvo la reacreditación bajo la norma ISO 9001:2008 y NCH 2728:2003.

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