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  • AAAI Elected Fellows
    Elected Fellows of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence
  • Allen, James F.
    University of Rochester. Natural language understanding, discourse, knowledge representation, common-sense reasoning and planning.
  • Altman, Christopher:
    Quantum Information Science and Technology ATIP, Tokyo, Japan. Physics, neuroscience and artificial intelligence.
  • Angele, J?rgen
    Ontoprise. Knowledge engineering, domain and task modeling, ontologies, KARL, MIKE, web portals.
  • Bacchus, Fahiem
    University of Toronto. Planning systems, temporal logic, constraint satisfaction problems and formal models.
  • Bagga, Amit
    Avaya, Inc. Document summarization, information retrieval, cross-document coreference.
  • Bahlmann, Claus
    Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany, On-line handwriting recognition.
  • Ball, Gene
    Microsoft Research. Conversational interfaces, emotional modeling, lifelike computer characters.
  • Benjamin, D. Paul
    Pace University. Problem decomposition and theory reformulation, integrated cognitive architectures for autonomous robots, distributed constraint satisfaction problems, semigroup theory and dynamical systems, category theory in software design.
  • Biermann, Alan W.
    Duke University. Chair, Department of Computer Science. AAAI Fellow. Computational linguistics, automatic programming and inference, Author of Great Ideas in Computer Science.
  • Blum, Avrim
    Carnegie Mellon University. Interests include machine learning, approximation algorithms, on-line algorithms and planning systems. Online publications and talks.
  • Boumaza, Amine
    INRIA. Computer vision, mobile robots, evolutionary programming, AI and machine learning.
  • Brachman, Ron -
    Director of the Information Processing Technology Office (IPTO) at DARPA. Knowledge representation, machine learning, information retrieval, natural language processing.
  • Branting, L. Karl
    LiveWire Logic, Inc. Empirical methods of natural language processing, case-based reasoning, AI and law, ecological and environmental applications of AI.
  • Bunt, Andrea
    University of British Columbia. User modeling, adaptive interfaces, intelligent tutoring systems.
  • Carberry, Sandra
    University of Delaware. Department of Computer and Information Sciences Chair. Computational linguistics, dialog systems, machine learning, planning and plan recognition, medical informatics, user modeling.
  • Carreras, Xavier
    Universitat Politechnica de Catalunya, PhD student, machine learning, natural language processing.
  • Cassell, Justine
    MIT Media Lab. Gesture and narrative language, animated agents, intonation, facial expression, computer vision.
  • Chachra, Sumit
    University of Arizona. Document analysis, biometrics, image retrieval, autonomic computing.
  • Charniak, Eugene
    Brown University. Part-of-speech tagging, probabilistic context-free grammar induction, syntactic disambiguation through word statistics, efficient syntactic parsing, and lexical resource acquisition through statistical means.
  • Chavez, Guillermo Camara
    Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil. Pattern recognition, invariante pattern recognition, neural networks, image content-base retrieval, digital image processing, computer vision.
  • Chen, Yenming
    Data Mining, Fractals, Financial, Meta-Modeling Theory.
  • Clancey, William J.
    NASA/Ames Research Center. Brahm