comp. discoveries?

Lindley Darden darden at UMIACS.UMD.EDU
Wed Jul 23 09:32:27 EST 1997


Dear Members of the Biomatrix Community,
   Greetings to those of you who are loyal enough to have
stayed on this listserv despite the horrid spams that
arrive daily.
	I would like to hear from any of you who have used
computational methods to make a scientific discovery, or 
to make testable predictions that might lead to a scientific
discovery.  I am presenting an overview talk on computational
discovery at the 97 Cognitive Science meeting at Stanford
in early August, so a prompt reply would be appreciated.
I have already contacted Larry Hunter and Peter Karp about
their recent work, but I would like to hear from others.
   Thanks for your help,

Lindley Darden
Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science
Department of Philosophy
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742 USA
301-405-5699 (office)
301-474-0037 (home)
301-405-5690 (fax)
email: darden at umiacs.umd.edu



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