A computer game developed by Prof. Tom Ellman and students Jacob Schwartz and Phoebe Shalloway in research on method of constraint-based control of role-playing games.
A diagram of a state-machine that controls the animation of a player-character in a role-playing game being used in Prof. Tom Ellman's research.
A portion of a Conditional Simple Temporal Network with Uncertainty.
Professor Marc Smith works with a student in the lab.
Computer-generated fractal art.
Indivisible Semi-Reducible Negative Loops in a Simple Temporal Network with Uncertainty.
Winifred “Tim” Asprey ’38, led Vassar to become one of the first U.S liberal arts colleges to offer courses in computer science.
Professor Jenny Walter and students attending the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference. Orlando, FL, October 4-6, 2017.