Election news.

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or has hosted in the past:</p>
<li><a href="wsic/">Waterloo Students for Information Commons</a></li>
<li><a href="http://wsic.uwaterloo.ca/">Waterloo Students for Information Commons</a></li>
<li><a href="http://physclub.uwaterloo.ca/">Physics Club</a></li>
<li><a href="http://badmintonclub.uwaterloo.ca/">Badminton Club</a></li>
<li><a href="b-u-club/">Business and U Club</a></li>

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<eventitem date="2007-04-03" time="4:00 PM"
<eventitem date="2007-04-04" time="4:00 PM"
room="MC 1056" title="Data Analysis with Kernels: [an introduction]">
<short>A talk by Michael Biggs</short>
<short>A talk by Michael Biggs. This talk is RESCHEDULED due to unexpected
I am going to take an intuitive, CS-style approach to a discussion about the
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classification, and kernel-PCA for nonlinear dimensionality reduction. I will
attempt to highlight, and provide visualization for some of the math involved
in these methods while keeping the material at an accessible, undergraduate
level. <font color="red">~RESCHEDULED~</font>

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<section title="Site Updated!">
Currently, the website is under renovation. Most parts of the website is
currently using the new (incomplete) design. Moreover, the new design
only supports Mozilla Firefox 1.0+ or anything based on it.
If you are using something else, please tell the webmaster how it is. If
you can attach the screenshot of the webpage, it would be great.
The design is now finalized. It is compatible with any browsers, especially
ones that recognize HTML 4.1, XML/XHTML 1.1 and CSS 3.0 (Stable

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<newsitem author="mspang" date="2007-05-11">
The <a href="/about/exec.html">executive</a> has been elected for the Spring 2007 term.
<newsitem author="daltenty" date="2007-01-12">
The <a href="/about/exec.html">executive</a> has been elected for the Winter 2007 term.

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<p>Here is a list of the computers we have available:</p>
<dt><strong>caffeine (csclub1.cs)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian stable machine that runs the Computer Science Club, i.e it hosts all the important servers. It is also the machine where your home directory lives.</p>
<p>caffeine has 2000 MB of RAM and a AMD Athlon 64 X2 (dual core) 4200+ processor.</p>
<dt><strong>artifical-flavours (csclub2.cs)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian unstable machine that runs a talk mirror.</p>
<p>artifical-flavours has a Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 3.20GHz</p>
<dt><strong>natural-flavours (csclub4.cs)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian unstable machine that runs a talk mirror.</p>
<p>natural-flavours has 2 Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPUs 6300 @ 1.86GHz</p>
<dt><strong>wang (csclub3.cs)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian unstable machine that runs a talk mirror.</p>
<p>Wang is a AlphaServer 4100</p>
<dt><strong>perpugilliam (peri)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian stable machine that was formerly ran the Computer Science Club. It is now on backup duty.</p>
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<p>It as 512 MB of RAM and a single P3 1GHz processor. Its a good place to do random high-load work</p>
<dt><strong>phosphoric-acid </strong></dt>
<dt><strong>phosphoric-acid (h3po4)</strong></dt>
<p>This is a Debian unstable machine, which means you will find bleeding-edge software available here. This may, or may not, work with the other software installed on your CSC account.</p>
<p>It as 512 MB of RAM and a single P3 1GHz processor. It also suffers from an extremely dodgy power supply.</p>
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<dt><strong>carbonated-water (h2o)</strong></dt>
<p>Has been retired</p>
<p>This is a Debian stable machine that runs as a backup for perpugilliam. This means that it runs the secondary LDAP server and soon to be kerberos, for authentication; and the backup mail exchange. Sadly, we are unable to provide backup NFS.</p>
<p>It has 256 MB of RAM and an AMD-K6 200 MHz processor.</p>
<dt><strong>powerpc0 (aspartame)</strong></dt>
<p>Has been retired</p>
<p>powerpc0 is a <a href="http://www.uw-dig.uwaterloo.ca/">UW-DIG</a> iMac. It was graciously loaned to us
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<p>A BeBox, running BeOS 4.5. Currently out of commision.</p>
<p>A BeBox, running BeOS 4.5. Finally back online!</p>

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