OOPSLA '04

Program
Technical Program
  Invited Speakers
  Technical Papers
  Onward!
  Panels
  Practitioner Reports
  Tutorials
Workshops
DesignFest
Educators' Symposium
Demonstrations
Posters
Doctoral Symposium
Exhibits
Student Research Comp.
FlashBoF
 
Turing Lecture
 
Social Events
 
Week at a Glance
 
Final Program (1.5M .pdf)

Find in Program
 

Page
Printer-friendly

Basket
view, help

"Extravagaria: Art Assisting Science"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
Home    Program    Housing & Transportation    Registration    Submissions    Wiki    Maps
 


 : Posters on Display : Posters on Display : Posters on Display : Posters on Display at the Welcome Reception

Extravagaria: Art Assisting Science

Richard Gabriel, Sun Microsystems
Janet Holmes, Boise State University
Kirstie Bellman, The Aerospace Corporation

Artists and scientists share the most important human goal: the search for truth. Their methods and approaches differ, but there is no a priori reason to grant primacy to either. In software, we not only seek truth and reality, we create it. Certainly there is a role for art here.