Maduka Attamah

 
 

I am an Assistant Lecturer and Tutor in the Department of Computer Science, at the University of Liverpool, UK, where I am also a member of the Artificial Intelligence research section of the department.


I facilitate and support numerous teaching activities in the department, and serve as projects supervisor, mentor and advisor to students.


Here is my Curriculum Vitae.  To download some of my software please go to my Github page.

 

Introduction

Department of Computer Science

University of Liverpool

Ashton Building

Ashton Street



Room 2.13

m.k.attamah at liverpool dot ac dot uk

Phone: +44 151 795 4293

Fax: +44 151 794 3715

Research

I am interested in the research and engineering of artificial intelligence subsystems for reasoning and problem solving.  My PhD research focused on the design and implementation of an AI reasoner over dynamic information and communication in a peer-to-peer gossip scenario. You can find a copy of my PhD thesis here.


In my Masters degree project I designed and implemented an artificial intelligence system that solves logic puzzles. You can find my Masters degree dissertation here, and you can find the  solver (VisualDel Tool) here.


The following are some of my research and publications.


Attamah, M., van Ditmarsch, H., Grossi, D., and van der Hoek, W., “The Pleasure of Gossip.” Book Chapter. In C. Baskent et al., editors, Rohit Parikh on logic, language and society, volume. 11, pages 145 – 163. Springer, 2017. (PDF)

Attamah, M., “Epistemic Gossip Protocols.” Research thesis, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2016. (PDF) (Software)

Attamah, M., van Ditmarsch, H., Grossi, D., and van der Hoek, W., “A Framework for Epistemic Gossip Protocols.” In N. Bulling, editor, Multi-Agent Systems, volume 8953 of Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, pages 193 – 209. Springer, 2015. (PDF)

Attamah, M., van Ditmarsch, H., Grossi, D., and van der Hoek, W., “Knowledge and Gossip.” In ECAI 2014, volume 263 of Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, pages 21 – 26. IOS Press, 2014. (PDF)

Attamah, M. K., “Visualising Dynamic Epistemic Logic.” Master’s Thesis in Advanced Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, (2012). (PDF) (Software)

Robert, A.B. and Attamah, M.K., “Segmented Multimedia Document Access for Knowledge Management.” In N.Sinclair, editor, Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems (Special Issue: Web 2.0 and the Evolution of KM), volume 40, issue 1, pages 83-89, (2010). (PDF)

Okike, E. and Attamah, M.K., “Evaluation of JFlex Scanner Generator Using Form Fields Validity Checking.” IJCSI - International Journal of Computer Science Issues, volume. 7, Issue 3, pp. 12-20, (2010). (PDF)

Attamah, M.K., “The Security of Hypertext Transfer Protocol.” A reflective survey on current issues and advances in the security of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), (2011).  (PDF)

Attamah, M.K. “Bandwidth Optimization: The Public Policy Approach in a University Campus Network”, European Union Funded Local Impact Research Project, under the auspices of Diplo Foundation, (2011). (PDF)