File BNMI.1C.14H - "The Digital Burgess" : [audio recordings]

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"The Digital Burgess" : [audio recordings]

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pfla BNMI-BNMI.1-BNMI.1C-BNMI.1C.14H

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  • 1997 (Creation)

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DVD with 28 mp3 files (2 copies)
13 audio cassette tape recordings
9 digital audio tape recordings (DAT)
29 compact disc recordings

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Audio recordings transferred to the Archives in 2010 as part of RT (Records Transfer) # 351.

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File consists of audio recordings of the conference. Includes multiple copies of the talks. The talks are divided by day, August 29th featured the Opening Keynote (with Sara Diamond; Bruce Damer and Paul Johnson); August 31st featured "Digital Tools in the Services of Paleontology and Natural Sciences" (with William Riedel, Stefan Bengtson, Roy Plontick and Bruce Runnegar), "A Theory Behind the Bauplans of the Burgess Creatures" (by Richard Gordon), "An Open Exploration in How Paleontology and Paleobiology Can Benefit from Digital Technologies and Methods" (with William Riedel and others), "Artificial Evolution I" (with Thomas Ray and Larry Yaeger), and "Artificial Evolution II" (with Bruce Damer, Karl Sims, Demetri Terzopoulos). September 1st (day) featured "Modeling, Simulation, and Visualization of Living and Extinct Plants" (with Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz and Christian Jacob), "Solving Real World Problems with Cellular Automata Genetic Algorithms (with Christopher Winter and Rajarshi Das), "Assisted Digital Evolution: Digital Biota Let Loose on the Internet, User Experience and Implications" (with Steve Grand), "Evolution through the Eyes of the Digital Artist" (with Steven Rooke, Darrel Anderson and Joel Hagen), and a closing presentation by Bruce Damer. September 1st (evening) featured closing remarks by Karl Sims, Thomas Ray, Bruce Damer, William Riedel and Sara Diamond.

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BNMI.1C.14H.A: DVDs with mp3s (all days)
BNMI.1C.14H.B: August 29th (2 DATs, 4 audio cassette tapes, 3 CDs)
BNMI.1C.14H.C: August 31st (4 DATs, 5 audio cassette tapes, 12 CDs)
BNMI.1C.14H.D: September 1st (day) (3 DATs 10 CDs)
BNMI.1C.14H.E: September 1st (night) (2 DATs, 4 audio cassette tapes, 4 CDs)

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Digitized version on SoundCloud has had one track removed for copyright considerations. To explore all audio recordings, please contact the Archives.

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