Carnegie Mellon University
January 14, 2011

Bar-Joseph solves problem in distributed computing


In an article published in Science, a group led by Ziv Bar-Joseph – Associate Professor of Computational Biology and Machine Learning – solve an important problem in distributed computing using inspiration from the mechanism by which fruit flies organize their sensory hairs.  You can read more here.  The Association for Computing Machinery highlighted this and other Bar-Joseph work in this article.