CS4FN Issue 6

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This special issue of Computer Science for Fun is entitled ‘Computer Science Everywhere’, and looks at the ubiquity of computer technology. It features a range of well-written articles on:

• Mediascapes – location-sensitive multimedia

• Closed circuit video analysis – computing challenges

• Emotion-recognition by computers in human-computer interaction: affective computing

• Machine learning to recognise male / female gait

• Swarm intelligence and optimisation problems

• Algorithms and cryptography

• The role of translators and compilers

• Invisible computing and artificial intelligence

• Promoting health with wearable technology

• Smarter use of sensors in hospitals – data fusion

• Using computer simulation to design life-seeking Mars probes

• NP-complete problems and playing games

• CS card tricks

• Women in IT

• DNT’s – “pocket switched networks” in testing circumstances

• Innovation driven by disability

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

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