• Mathematics,  Research,  Technology

    A.I. Research

    Dear A.I. Class,   So great to meet with you!   As mentioned in class & as available in the A.I. research guide, 2 new eCollections are available for A.I. Research: IEEE Xplore and the ACM Digital Library.   Reseach questions, comments, conundrums?  Please be in touch!  Ms. Sanborn (lsanborn at sps dot edu)       IEEE Xplore What is it? IEEE is the acronym for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE Xplore is an eCollection of engineering and technology journals, conference proceedings, magazines and eBooks, from and about engineering and technology.  Currently the eCollection contains over 3 million items. According to the IEEE Xplore subscription paperwork, “More than 30% of all technology literature can be found in the IEEE…

  • Research,  Technology,  Web Resources

    New Research Guide: Artificial Intelligence

    A new Artificial Intelligence research guide is available for those working on the Artificial Intelligence research project.  Use this guide to identify useful eReference sources, recommended library catalog searches, newspaper, magazine and journal articles, as well as online sources. Please feel free to contact Ms. Sanborn (lsanborn at sps dot edu) for a research consultation and/or to discuss any of the items in this guide.      

  • Mathematics,  Research,  Technology

    New Reference Book: Springer Handbook of Robotics

    Springer Handbook of Robotics edited by Bruno Siciliano and Oussama Khatib, Springer, 2008. Find it in Ohrstrom at: REF 629.892 Si1S A scientific guide to the principles and methods of designing and controlling robots.  This ‘handbook’ is more like an encyclopedia,  serving as a comprehensive guide to the fascinating field of robotics. Read about: •    Robot Structures •    Sensing and Perception •    Mobile and Distributed Robotics •    Field and Service Robotics •    Human-centered and Life-Like Robotics Helpful for:  Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Robotics Tournament, Science, Engineering, Programming

  • Library News,  Research,  Web Resources

    Library Research at ASP

    Lura Sanborn – Reference Librarian Ohrstrom Library staff have put together research guides for several of the courses offered through ASP.  Two guides are recently updated and reformatted, and can now be accessed through the sidebar links in the Ohrstrom Blog (on the left in the blue column, below the “Categories” links under the “Research Guides” heading). Check back for more updated guides. These guides have been created to showcase library materials relevant to the Artificial Intelligence and Biomedical Ethics ASP research projects.  Click on the screenshots below to access the guides, or find the links in the blog sidebar under the “Research Guides” heading. Each guide has also been…

  • Mathematics,  Technology

    FIRST Robotics “Lunacy” at SPS

    Lisa Laughy -Archives Assistant The New Year brings a new first for some SPS students: FIRST Robotics.  This will be the fifth year that the SPS team will compete in the Granite State Regional division of the national FIRST Robotics competition.  Last year’s team finished 3rd out of 48 individual teams, and took second place in the three-team alliance portion of the competition (read a full article about last year’s competition on the SPS website HERE). Team leader Terry Wardrop has this to say about the competition: “The St. Paul’s School Metal Vidsters FIRST Robotics team has just started the 2009 competition.  This year it is called Lunacy and involves…