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DM: Two new fuzzy logic and computational intelligence mailing lists

From: Andrew Gray
Date: Mon Nov 8 10:01:22 1999
  • Organization: University of Otago


We have recently created two mailing lists for discussing fuzzy 
logic techniques applied to project management and computational 
intelligence techniques applied to software engineering.   

The former is for discussing the use of fuzzy logic techniques 
applied to project management.  This includes planning, 
monitoring, controlling, and analysis activities.  The list was 
created mainly for software development project management, but 
other forms of project management may also be of interest to 
subscribers, along with generic issues in management.   

The latter covers the use of any computational intelligence 
techniques (neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, 
agents, case-based reasoning, etc.) applied to software 
engineering activities.  These include, but are not limited to, 
databases, software development and testing, and project 

To subscribe to either of these lists send the following to

subscribe fuzzy-pm-l <First Name> <Second Name>


subscribe ci-se-l <First Name> <Second Name>

You should then receive a notification message from the list server 
regarding the list(s) you joined.  

While it not required, we do appreciate each new subscriber 
sending, to the list(s) to which they subscribe, a short introductory 
message outlining their background (industry, academic, self-
taught, etc.), their work/projects in the relevant area, and perhaps a 
few thoughts that they would like to share about the topic.   

Software Metrics Research Laboratory
Department of Information Science, University of Otago
phone +64 3 479 5282 fax +64 3 479 8311

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