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    Ants go to war: the slides

    Nottingham desde el Crowne PlazaAlready came back from Nottingham, where I was invited by the Automated Scheduling and Planning to give a talk on Ants go to war (a bit hefty, ~18megs, in OO format). There was a good amount of people, barely any goofs (other than Windows doing silly things at the beginning, and editing a slide while I was giving the talk), and I learnt a lot from the audience.
    I don't have any pictures from the talk, but I made a few during the trip. I'll be uploading the rest soon.

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