CS4FN Summer 2005

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From mathematical ringtones to distributed computing, this magazine from Queens University of London covers a variety of interesting and fun computer science topics in an easily accessible way. Also included are:

• Optical illusions and the way our brain works

• The history and future of email spam

• Artifical creatures using Sodarace

• Locked-in syndrome and algorithms

• Encryption puzzles

• Maths magic tricks

• DNA data storage

• Game show algorithms

• History of computing

The magazine is edited by Paul Curzon, Jo Brodie and Peter W. McOwan

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