Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Automatic CS Papers

Has everyone seen this? It's a program that automatically generates CS papers; all you have to do is specify the author names and it generates a silly paper for you, complete with figures! :)

4 Comments:

Blogger Eric said...

Given embedded stochastic technical paper generation technology's many synergisms with astrophysically minded observers and remotely acquired numerical data, the temporal domain of the modern dynamical theorist is surely bounded in it's extent.

4/14/2005 01:35:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...

Regrettably, I doubt that Eric's comment, funny as it is, it truly random. I don't believe a proper random number generator can be built given the wetware's RAM constraints-- 2 bytes, 1 of which has some flaky bits, right?

4/14/2005 10:05:00 AM  
Blogger finou said...

Look at what I just got in my inbox (2 seconds ago!). I was totally looking at it thinking "why does that guy's name sound so familiar?":

Dear Dr. Delphine D...:

We are introducing a Symposium on Management, Engineering and Informatics
(MEI 2005), in the context of CCCT 2005, sponsored by the University of
Texas at Austin (to be held in Austin, Texas, on July 24-27, 2005) for the
purpose of determining the interest in this area and to organize for
continuing symposia in the future. Since this is the initial effort for a
symposium on these topics, we will be accepting papers on the basis of a
short abstract and bio of the author instead of having the submission
formally reviewed. It is our intention that, in the future, papers will be
sent to at least three reviewers, before their respective acceptance.

See http://www.iiisci.org/mei05 for more details

You can participate submitting an abstract (or full paper) or organizing an
invited session, in the area or topic of your academic or professional
interest. To do so fill, please, the web page form given at
(http://www.iiisci.org/mei05/invitedsession/organizer.asp) .

Important Dates:

Paper Submission: April 28th
(http://www.iiisci.org/mei05/website/submission.asp )
Invited Sessions Proposal: April 28th
(http://www.iiisci.org/mei05/invitedsession/organizer.asp )
Notification of Acceptance: May 11th.
Final Camera Ready Manuscript due: May 31st.

The major areas of the conference are, but not limited to:

Management Science.
Informatics and Management
Engineering and Informatics
Engineering and Management

Specific areas and topics in each of these major areas are shown in the
Conference Web Site and in its call for papers.

Best Regards,

Professor Nagib Callaos
General Coordinator of MEI 2005

4/14/2005 10:46:00 AM  
Blogger Qian said...

The American Union of Simian Typists (AUoST) has issued the following statement:

"Although we applaud the MIT team's achievement in random document generation, it is but a toy compared to the capabilities of America's simian typists. Until the program has successfully generated at least 5 Shakespearean sonnets, it can not be considered enterprise ready."

When asked by a reporter if the AUoST is concerned that computerized random document generators may some day put simian typists out of work, an AUoST spokesmonkey responded:

"Our membership has remained steady at approximately infinity for the last infinite number of years. We do not anticipate that to change. Serious random document enthusiasts know that when it absolutely, positively has to be random, monkeys are the only choice."

4/14/2005 01:10:00 PM  

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