MadSci Search Results for Ross Clement

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1. Computer Science: Re: How much RAM to duplicate Human senses?, Ross Clement, Faculty, Department of Artificial Intelligence & Interactive Multimedia, University of Westminster Wed May 25 05:55:40 2005
2. Astronomy: Re: How long would it take a person to fall down the south pole aitken basin?, Jennifer Anderson, Grad student, Geological Sciences, Brown University Fri Sep 7 15:54:08 2001
3. Computer Science: Re: Tell me about the rarest and highly paid jobs in Computer Science Engg, Ross Clement, Faculty, Department of Artificial Intelligence & Interactive Multimedia, University of Westminster Mon Mar 1 03:25:56 2004
4. Astronomy: Re: why hasn't anyone put a satellite around the moon?, Joseph Lazio, Radio Astronomer Sat Mar 27 19:58:10 2004
5. Computer Science: Re: Is computer a blessing or a menace?, Ross Clement, Faculty, Department of Artificial Intelligence & Interactive Multimedia, University of Westminster Wed Oct 20 03:41:43 2004
6. Astronomy: Re: Are there any lunar survey comparisions of modern lunar feature changes?, Chris Peterson, Faculty, Denver Museum of Nature and Science Fri Apr 29 17:20:29 2005
7. Engineering: Re: Re: An old query on truss bridges, C.H. 'Chas' Hague, PE SE, Senior Project Engineer Mon May 30 13:50:39 2005
8. Computer Science: Re: can a shared mem. proccessing software run efficiently on a quad cpu mobo?, Ross Clement, Faculty, Department of Artificial Intelligence & Interactive Multimedia, University of Westminster Mon Sep 19 02:16:15 2005
9. Chemistry: Re: Do the Slater rules for determining screening constants take into account , Todd Whitcombe, Associate Professor, Chemistry Tue Oct 28 14:27:01 2003
10. Computer Science: Re: Seeing into the past, Ross Clement, Faculty, Department of Artificial Intelligence & Interactive Multimedia, University of Westminster Fri Aug 6 07:58:28 2004


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