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Four Students Present Their Research at Argonne National Laboratory

November 11, 1999

November 11, 1999, Greencastle, Ind. - Four DePauw University students made presentations at the Tenth Annual Argonne Undergraduate Research Symposium held November 5-6 at Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago. The presentations grew out of research done at DePauw last summer.

Senior Mary M. King and junior Kelli N. Wilson presented an abstract on "SIM IV: A User-Defined Computer Architecture Simulator." Their faculty adviser was Carl P. Singer, professor of computer science.

Senior Michael E. Roberts and sophomore John T. Stanford presented an abstract on "Grouping and Selection Methods for Heterogeneous Objects." Their faculty adviser was Dave A. Berque, associate professor of computer science.