Monthly Archives: December 2015

Thanks for all bloggers of 2015! Happy holidays everyone!

In 2015 we’ve had over 30 people contributing to our blog! Would anyone of us been able to pull such a productive year of blogging off all on our own? We don’t think so. Great team work made the Pervasive blog flourish in … Continue reading

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Dynamic Software Updating – A Research Plan

This blog post is an open research plan based on my earlier blog post and the guidelines by the Academy of Finland. Like any plan, plans can end up not useful but planning is critical. Motivation The pervasive problem is … Continue reading

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Water simulation thesis behind flooding your virtual city

While water is often seen in computer games it is often sparsely interacted with. On Friday Timo Kellomäki defended his theses Large-Scale Water Simulation in Games that tackles the immense computational cost of simulating water behaviour from a games perspective. … Continue reading

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Oliopäivät – object days

Back in 1992 Finland suffered from economical down-turn and companies did not sent their employees to training or networking events. Professor Ilkka Haikala decided to act and organized a free and volunteer-based seminar named “Nääsvillen oliopäivät”. English translation could be … Continue reading

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Educational Datamining in Australia, part III

I think I have almost recovered from my jetlag and it is time to publish the final part of this travel trilogy. Considering these circumstances, it was hard to stay inside for work but I managed to get my SPSS … Continue reading

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