Anthony Dekker (or Tony Dekker, if you prefer) – formerly of the University of Tasmania (Hobart), Griffith University (Brisbane), the National University of Singapore, the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia), Graduate School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences of the University of Ballarat, and now an independent consultant.
|A complete list of my academic publications|
|Penguin: a children's book in collaboration with Marion & Steve Isham and Bandicoot Books|
|Scientific Gems blog|
|NeuQuant: Fast High-Quality Neural Image Quantization|
Leaving there and proceeding for three days towards the east, you reach Diomira, a city with sixty silver domes, bronze statues of all the gods, streets paved with lead, a crystal theatre, a golden cock that crows each morning on a tower. All these beauties will already be familiar to the visitor, who has seen them also in other cities. But the special quality of this city for the man who arrives there on a September evening, when the days are growing shorter and the multicoloured lamps are lighted all at once at the doors of the food stalls and from a terrace a woman's voice cries ooh!, is that he feels envy towards those who now believe they have once before lived an evening identical to this and who think they were happy, that time.
Cities & Memory 1: from Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino.