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David Musicant

David Musicant

Education & Professional History

Michigan State University, BS (Mathematics), BS (Physics); University of Wisconsin -- Madison, MA (Mathematics), MS (Computer Sciences), PhD (Computer Sciences).

At Carleton since 2000.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Cognitive Science

Dave's research focuses on solving machine learning and data mining problems, and collaborative human/computing systems. He is currently working to understand the dynamics of people working with online collaborative communities such as Wikipedia, and he maintains a long term interest in support vector machines, clustering, and text mining.  Dave regularly teaches courses in artificial intelligence, data mining, programming languages, database systems, data structures, and introductory computer science.

Link to Dave's webpage: http://www.cs.carleton.edu/faculty/dmusican/

Computer Science

Dave's Webpage

Research interests: machine learning, data mining, computer science education

Profile updated September 7, 2017

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