Browsing by Subject "abstraction"

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Browsing by Subject "abstraction"

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  • Ward, Martin (Article)
    What does it mean to say that one program is "more abstract" than another? What is "abstract" about an abstract data type? What is the difference between a "high-level" program and a "low-level" program? In this paper we ...
  • Young, John (Article)
    This paper examines ways in which composers of electroacoustic music can create virtual and surreal sound worlds through: (1) the combination of recognisable sound events which may not normally coexist in physical Reality, ...
  • Mosscrop, Max (Image / Presentation / Other)
    What is the aesthetic potential of considering painting as an event, analogous to a game, in which the dynamics of chance and spontaneity are played out against pre-determined rules and the uniform rectangular field of the ...
  • Mosscrop, Max (Other)
    3 inter-disciplinary artworks by Mosscrop (Everything Is Everything; Theory and Practice; and To Hear Is To Speak To Oneself) included in Reconstructing the Old House at the Nunnery, London, April 2009, and at the Ruskin ...
  • Ward, Martin (Article)
    The FermaT transformation system, based on research carried out over the last sixteen years at Durham University, De Montfort University and Software Migrations Ltd., is an industrial-strength formal transformation engine ...
  • Mosscrop, Max (Other)
    3 Paintings by Mosscrop included in Touching Colour at Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, 2013. The research explores the aesthetic implications of an analogy between painting and biological life, imagining painting to be endowed ...