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Dr Tony Hirst's OpenLearn Profile

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Dr Tony Hirst

Dr Tony Hirst's research

Alan Geoffrey Hall et al. (2018-09-07) Wide, long, or nested data? Reconciling the machine and human viewpoints, In Proceedings of the 2018 Conference of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group (PPIG)

Alan Geoffrey Hall et al. (2017-07) Structuring Spreadsheets with the “Lish” Data Model, In European Spreadsheet Risks Interest Group Conference 2017

Adrian Hopgood and Anthony John Hirst (2007-02) Keeping a distance-education course current through elearning and contextual assessment, In IEEE Transactions on Education 1(50)

Professor Jeff Johnson and Anthony John Hirst (2005-05) Robots, art and complexity science, In Complexity Symposium: Art, Complexity and Technology: Their Interaction in Emergence

G. Latif-Shabgahi and Anthony John Hirst (2005-03) A fuzzy voting scheme for hardware and software fault tolerant systems, In Fuzzy Sets and Systems 3(150)

Jonathan Rosewell et al. (2005) Robotics and the meaning of life: a practical guide to things that think, In CAL '05 'Virtual Learning?'

Professor Jeff Johnson, Anthony John Hirst and Steve W. Garner (2003) Learning from designing the RoboFesta - Blue Peter robots, In Artificial Life and Robotics(7)

Anthony John Hirst (1998) Adaptive evolution in static and dynamic environments

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