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Since 1994, Mike Huhns and I have given short courses (tutorials) at major computer science conferences. The conferences have been in areas such as artificial intelligence, databases, agents and multiagent systems, and Web technologies. Our tutorials have been on topics such as large-scale information systems and on key technologies such as agents and services (and affiliated technologies such as ontologies, transactions, and business processes).
The key common feature of our tutorials is that they discuss technology at an intellectual level. They are geared toward the thinking professional -- technologists rather then technicians.
I have linked in text documents with additional descriptions of some of my tutorials. Time permitting I will augment these further.
Munindar P. Singh