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Tid: Onsdag 1997-09-10, 13:15-15:00
Plats: MIT-huset, MC 413

Allen Cypher, Senior Scientist, Apple Research Lab: Bringing Programming to End Users

Allen Cypher is one of the foremost researchers in the field of Programming by Demonstration. His book "Watch What I Do" (published by MIT Press) is a classic in the field. Allen is also the co-creator of Cocoa, a program that enables children to create their own simulations and games, and to publish them on the World Wide Web. Cocoa now has a large web site and is currently used by hundreds of school children. Before Cocoa, Allen created one of the best known programming by demonstration systems: Eager. Eager constantly watches your actions on the computer, and when it detects a repetitive activity, it writes a program which will perform that activity for you.

For more information about Allen Cypher and the Coca-project, see


Kenneth Nilsson


Sidansvarig: Torbjörn Nordström