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include drug solubility prediction and non-linear pharmacokinetics functions approximation. 1992-1993. (Collaborators: S. Yakowski, P. Myral, H. Chow, T. Ng) Multi-lingual Information Retrieval (1991-present): Principal investigator (PI) for a University of Arizona funded project designing “intelligent” multilingual information retrieval databases. An AI-based retrieval interface to foreign language databases in Chinese and in Spanish has been designed and tested. (Collaborators: H. Saldana, C. Lin, K. Leung, P. Rodriguez) Knowledge-based Information Retrieval (1986-1989): Principal designer and programmer for an NYUsupported project designing knowledge-based online cataloging systems. The system was designed in Lisp and runs on SUN workstations. 1986-1989. (Collaborator: V. Dhar) DBMS-ES Coupling (1986): Programmer for a major IBM-NYU software engineering project which evaluated and designed coupling mechanisms between the Expert System development language PROLOG and Relational Database Systems (using SQL). This was part of a joint project between IBM and NYU, January-September 1986. (Collaborators: M. Yarke, Y. Vassiliou, J. Clifford) Teaching Experience Instructor, “Advanced Topics in Artificial Intelligence” (Ph.D. course), MIS 680, 1989-1996. Fall/1989: 5.25 on a 6-point scale. Spring/1990: 5.13 on a 6-point scale. College of Business and Public Administration (BPA) Teaching Distinction List. Fall/1990: 5.00 on a 6-point scale. Spring/1991: 5.78 on a 6-point scale. BPA Teaching Distinction List. Fall/1991: 5.33 on a 6-point scale. BPA Teaching Distinction List. Spring/1992: 5.75 on a 6-point scale. BPA Teaching Distinction List. Spring/1996: 4.90 on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Instructor, “Data Structures and Algorithms” (undergraduate course), using PASCAL/C, MIS 301, 1989- 1998. Student instructor-evaluations: Fall/1989: 5.22 on a 6-point scale. BPA Teaching Distinction List. Spring/1990: 4.93 on a 6-point scale. Fall/1990: 5.04 on a 6-point scale. Fall/1991, 2 Sections: 5.08 and 5.15 on a 6-point scale. Fall/1992, 2 Sections: 5.43 and 5.38 on a 6-point scale. Both on BPA Teaching Distinction List. Fall/1993, 2 Sections: 4.52 and 4.80, on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Spring/1995, 2 Sections: 4.66 and 4.82, on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Spring/1996: 4.69, on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Spring/1998, 2 sections: 4.7 and 4.2, on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Instructor, “Data Structures and Algorithms” (MS/MBA course), using C/JAVA/C++, MIS 531A, 1989- present. Student instructor-evaluations: 6

Fall/1990: 3.86 on a 6-point scale. Fall/1994: 4.43 on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1995: 4.52 on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1997: 4.60 on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1998, 2 sections: 4.60 and 4.7 on a new UA 5-point scale Fall/1999, 2 sections: 4.60 and 4.4 on a UA 5-point scale Fall/2000, 2 sections: 4.78 and 4.61 on a UA 5-point scale Fall/2001, 2 sections, 4.81and 4.5 on a UA 5-point scale Fall/2002, 2 sections, 4.63 and 4.39 on a UA 5-point scale Fall/2005, 4.6 on a UA 5-point scale Instructor, “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems” (MBA/MS/BS course), MIS 480/580, 1989-1997. Student instructor-evaluations: Fall/1990: 4.79 on a 6-point scale. Fall/1994: 4.75 on a new UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1995: 4.70 on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1997: 4.50 on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Instructor, “Knowledge Management: Technologies and Practices” (MBA/MS/BS course), MIS 480/580, 1998-present. Student instructor-evaluations: Fall/1998: 4.30 on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/1999: 4.20 on a UA 5-point scale (top 10%). Fall/2004: 3.90 on a UA 5-point scale Fall/2005: 4.8 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2007: 4.5 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2008: 4.0 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2009: 4.0 on a UA 5-point scale Instructor, “Web Computing and Mining,” (MS course), MIS 510, new course in 2004. Student instructorevaluations: Fall/2004: 4.10 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2007: 4.5 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2008: 3.8 on a UA 5-point scale Spring/2009: 4.2 on a UA 5-point scale 7

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