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jsarmi@drexel.edu

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Registered: 3/4/05
No CA Seminar this week
Posted: Apr 4, 2005 12:12 PM
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Dear CA seminar participants,

We won't have a CA seminar this week. However, we would read Sacks' lecture on "Long Sequences" and Cakir et al (see below) for next week in addition to exploring some new chat transcripts from last quarter's HCI class.

Alan posted Sacks' lecture on his Website at http://homepage.mac.com/azemel Follow the "CA Seminar - Drexel Winter 2004" link to get into the "CA Seminar Papers" folder where you will find a "Sacs.doc" and a "Sacs.pdf" file that correspond to that lecture. Murat Cakir, Fatos Xhafa, Nan Zhou & Gerry Stahl's paper "Thread-based analysis of patterns of collaborative interaction in chat" can be found at: http://www.cis.drexel.edu/faculty/gerry/publications/conferences/2005/aied.pdf

Transcripts of the last quarter's chats have been sent to those responsible for leading the analysis and will be posted to the Wiki soon.

Our next CA seminar where we will discuss the readings and start the analysis of the new transcripts will be on Wednesday, April 13. Also, you may have noticed that the Math Forum discussions were upgraded recently and, as a result, in order to post to the list you will need to register using this URL:

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-Johann



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