Janice Glasgow's primary research interests include the development of knowledge representation and reasoning tools for computational imagery. In particular, an approach to spatial reasoning has been developed using symbolic array models for spatial domains. The techniques and tools for computational imagery are currently being applied to the domain of scene analysis. She applies her research in AI to problems in bioinformatics and neuroscience.
Graduate Seminar Series, School of Computing, Queen's University
To allow students to practice their presentation skills. And gain useful feedback from their peers. Perhaps most importantly, to provide free food and drinks. To our hard-working graduate students! Presentations have been given related to:. Research (e.g. thesis work, conference talks),. Graduate course work,. Degree requirements (e.g. depth paper, thesis proposal, thesis defense) and. Research positions ("job talks"). P. Resentations on both work-in-progress and completed work are encouraged. Handwritin...