Professor Peter Gray
MA(Cantab), D.Phil(Oxon), FBCS, CITP
Peter Gray is well known in the International Database Research community. After a physics PhD at Oxford, and working on Production Control Systems with Plessey, he has been at Aberdeen University since 1968 and was awarded a personal chair in 1989. He started there with a pioneering group (1968-72) on both Equational and Logic Programming and then applied this to the integration of heterogeneous data models, developing the P/FDM testbed using Prolog. He has contributed articles to Springer’s on-line Encyclopedia of Database Systems (2010). From 1996-2000 he headed the EPSRC-funded KRAFT consortium which built an evolving network for knowledge fusion using CLP and mediators.
For many years I have been Secretary of Branch Committee of the local Aberdeen branch of the British Computer Society (http://aberdeen.bcs.org/events.php).
Since 1979 I have been a Reader in the Church of Scotland, authorised to preach and take services. I have written a short commentary on the Apostles Creed, especially for scientists (http://www.stmarksaberdeen.org.uk/the-apostles-creed/).
- Querying Databases with Data Models e.g. RDF
- AI and Knowledge Bases
- Constraint Logic using Prolog/ECLiPSe
- Automatic Program Generation
Joint research with Dr. Trevor Runcie and Prof. Derek Sleeman on applications of Constraint Solvers to engineering design. New Journal Paper (2015): (http://journals.cambridge.org/AIE )
Peter M.D. Gray, Trevor Runcie and Derek Sleeman (2015). Reuse of constraint knowledge bases and problem solvers explored in engineering design. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 29, pp 1-18 doi:10.1017/S0890060414000134
Accepted Manuscript: AIEDAMfinalmss-figs-11-PGDSTR-29Dec13-e.pdf
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