Staff Profile:Dr James Anderson

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Dr James Anderson
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Lecturer
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Cybernetics Intelligence Research Group

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Introduction

Dr James Anderson currently teaches compilers and computer graphics. In the past he taught mathematics, computer algebra, and programming. He invented the perspex machine and continues to develop it. The Perspex machine is a theoretical computer that is more powerful than the Turing machine. Even when simulated on a Turing machine, the perspex machine has many interesting properties that might prove useful one day.

Publications

Number of items: 31.

Anderson, J. (2011) Evolutionary and revolutionary effects of transcomputation. In: 2nd IMA Conference on Mathematics in Defence 2011, October 2011, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Shrivenham, England..

The University of Reading (2010) Processors (WO 2010/082067 A2). WO 2010/082067 A2. doi: WO 2010/082067 A2

The University of Reading (2010) Processors. GB2462770. doi: GB2462770

Vasile, M., Ceriotti, M., Radice , G., Becerra, V., Nasuto, S. and Anderson, J., (2008) Global trajectory optimisation: can we prune the solution space when considering deep space manoeuvres? Technical Report. ESA

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2008) Perspex machine XI: topology of the transreal numbers. In: IMECS 2008: international multiconference of engineers and computer scientists. International Association of Engineers, Hong Kong, pp. 330-338. ISBN 9789889867188

Noble, S., Thomas, B. A. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (2007) Perspex machine X: software development. In: Vision Geometry XV, 01 Feb 2007, San Jose, CA,USA. doi: 10.1117/12.698166 (Proceedings of SPIE 6499, 64990K)

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2007) Perspex machine IX: transreal analysis. In: SPIE. doi: 10.1117/12.698161

Anderson, J.A.D.W., Volker, N. and Adams, A.A. (2007) Perspex machine VIII: axioms of transreal arithmetic. In: SPIE. doi: 10.1117/12.698153

Spanner, M.P. and Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2006) Perspex machine V: compilation of c programs. In: Vision Geometry XIV.

Kershaw, C.J.A. and Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2006) Perspex machine VI: a graphical user interface to the perspex machine. In: Vision Geometry XIV .

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2006) Perspex machine VII: The universal perspex machine. In: Conference on Vision Geometry 14, San Jose, USA.

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2005) Perspex Machine II: Visualisation. In: Vision Geometry XIII. Proceedings of SPIE, San Jose, CA, USA.

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2005) Perspex Machine III: Continuity Over the Turing Operations. In: Vision Geometry XIII. Proceedings of SPIE , San Jose, CA, USA.

Anderson, J.A.D.W. (2005) Perspex Machine IV: Spatial Properties of Computation. AISB Quarterly (121). p. 7.

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (2002) Exact numerical computation of the rational general linear transformations. In: SPIE Vision Geometry XI, 7 July 2002, Seattle, USA, pp. 22-28. doi: 10.1117/12.446427

Anderson, J. A. D. W. and Sweby, P. K. (2002) Exact computation in numerical linear algebra: the Discrete Fourier Transform. In: Toro, E. F. (ed.) Godunov methods: theory and applications. Springer, New York, pp. 61-67. ISBN 9780306466014

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (2002) Perspex machine. In: SPIE Vision Geometry XI, 7 July 2002, Seattle, USA, pp. 10-21. doi: 10.1117/12.446428

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (2002) Robot free will. In: ECAI 2002: 15th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 21-26 Jun 2002, Lyon, France, pp. 559-563.

Byne, J.H.M. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1998) A CAD-based computer vision system. Image and Vision Computing, 16 (8). pp. 533-539. ISSN 0262-8856 doi: 10.1016/S0262-8856(98)00100-0

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1997) Representing geometrical knowledge. Philsophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 352 (1358). pp. 1129-1139. ISSN 1471-2970 doi: 10.1098/rstb.1997.0096

M-Rouhani, B. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1997) Modeling camera orientation and 3D structure from a sequence of images taken by a perambulating commercial video camera. In: Blouke, M. (ed.) Solid State Sensor Arrays: Development and Applications. Proceedings, 3019. SPIE, pp. 58-69. ISBN 9780819424303 doi: 10.1117/12.275166

Byne, J.H.M. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1997) Complete robot-eye calibration without special calibration objects. In: SPIE 3029: Machine Vision Applications in Industrial Inspection, 10 Feb 1997, San Jose, CA,USA, pp. 92-100. doi: 10.1117/12.271232

Byne, J.H.M. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1997) Surface based hypothesis verification in intensity images using geometric and appearance data. In: Chin, R. and Pong, T.-C. (eds.) Computer Vision — ACCV'98. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2 (1352). Springer, New York, pp. 177-184. ISBN 9783540639312 doi: 10.1007/3-540-63931-4_213

M-Rouhani, B., Worrall, A. D. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1995) An interactive CAD-based vision system. In: BMVC '95: the 6th British conference on Machine vision, 1995, pp. 681-690.

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1994) The programming language standards scene, ten years on paper 19: Pop. Computer Standards & Interfaces, 16 (5-6). pp. 547-553. ISSN 0920-5489 doi: 10.1016/0920-5489(94)90039-6

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1993) Canonical description of the perspective projections. In: Melter, R. A. and Wu, A. Y. (eds.) Vision Geometry. SPIE Proceedings (1832). SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA, pp. 300-311. ISBN 9780819410337 doi: 10.1117/12.142179

Anderson, J. A. D. W., ed. (1989) POP-11 comes of age: the advancement of an AI programming language. Ellis-Horwood, Chichester, pp592. ISBN 9780136505990

Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1989) Visual conviction. In: The Fifth Alvey Vision Conference, 1989, UK, pp. 301-303.

Anderson, J. A. D. W., Sullivan, G.D. and Baker, K. (1988) Constrained constructive solid geometry: a unique representation of scenes. In: The Fourth Alvey Vision Conference, 1988, UK, pp. 91-96.

Anderson, J. A. D. W., Baker, K.D. and Sullivan, G.D. (1986) ‘Model’: a POPLOG package to support model-based vision. Image and Vision Computing, 4 (2). pp. 115-119. ISSN 0262-8856 doi: 10.1016/0262-8856(86)90030-2

Sullivan, G.D., Baker, K. and Anderson, J. A. D. W. (1985) Use of multiple difference-of-gaussian filters to verify geometric models. Image and Vision Computing, 3 (4). pp. 192-197. ISSN 0262-8856 doi: 10.1016/0262-8856(85)90007-1

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Dr James Anderson

Contact Details

Email:
j.anderson@reading.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 118 378 8616
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+44 (0) 118 975 1994
Building:
Systems Engineering, Room 134

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