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Loyola University Maryland Graduate Programs in Computing

Issue 9, November 2011

Issue 9

In this issue, we discuss John McCarthy, a pioneer in artificial intelligence, and his language LISP. We also take a look at the IPv6 addressing scheme, now in use. Test your computer for IPv6 readiness! Dr. Binkley talks about grades, and we introduce our expanded career opportunities page. Join us for a talk about Digital Forensics on November 22nd.

John McCarthy and LISP

by Lewis Berman

John McCarthy, a pioneeer in artificial intelligence, invented the LISP language, progenitor of today's functional programming languages.
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Network topology

Internet Protocol v6 is Reality

by Lewis Berman

IPv6 is in use today. Read about the new network addressing scheme.
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Dr. Binkley

Dr. Binkley

Director's Database

by David Binkley

About your grade.
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Sherlock Holmes     

Advanced Technology Forum:

Digital Forensics

November 22, Timonium Campus

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Career Page

Career opportunities and career-oriented events.
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In This Issue


Monday, November 14, 2011
Registration begins for Spring term

Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Advanced Technology Forum:
Digital Forensics
Timonium Graduate Center

Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Virtual Information Session

Monday, December 21, 2011
Web and mail registration for Spring term end.
Contact Margaret Daley to register after this. *

Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Spring Term begins

March 5-11
Spring Break

* Under-subscribed courses may be cancelled at this point, so students are encouraged to sign up early!

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