Gregory D. Weber
Hayes Hall 255T
- Ph.D., Philosophy, Indiana University, 1980
- M.B.A., Quantitative Business Analysis, Indiana University, 1981
- M.S., Computer Science and Engineering, The University of Michigan, 1992
- B.A. Mathematics, University of Evansville, 1973
Current Research Interests
Visual Programming Languages, Functional Programming, Computer Graphics
- “Re-Implementing a Machine Learning Program in Mercury” (2005). In Jennifer Seitzer, editor, Proceedings of the Sixteenth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference. Dayton, OH, pp. 53-60 University of Dayton.
- “Beam Search in Incremental Rule Learning” (2003). In Anca Ralsecu, editor, Proceeding of the Fourteenth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Cincinnati, OH pp. 151-156.
- “Probabilisitic Incremetal Rule Learning” (2003). In Anca Ralescu, editor, Proceeding of the Fourteenth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Cincinnati, OH pp. 157-164.
- “Agents in the Brickworld” (2000). In Douglas Blank, editor, Proceedings of the Eleventh Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference, Fayetteville, AR pp. 21-28
- “Acquiring Causal Knowledge by Means of Lesion Experiments” (1996) Proceeding of the Ninth Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Symposium, Key West, Fl. pp 251-255. Florida A.I. Research Society.
- “Understanding Causal Mechanisms by the Controlled Lesion Method” (1995).
Systematic Methods of Scientific Discovery: Papers from the 1995 AAAI Symposium, pp. 172-174. Stanford University.
Open Source Software Authored
- OrganDesigner (2006-2007), a graphical editor an SoundFont converter for MIDI-based virtual organs. http://organdesigner.sourceforge.net/
- NuTs! (2002-2004), and educational tool for learning what computers are like at the machine/assembly language level, consisting of an assembler, interpreter, and debugger for a virtueal machine with a RISC architecture. http:mypage.iu.edu/~gdweber/software/nuts/index.html
Selected Previous Employment Positions
- Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL 1989-1990
- Consultant, St. Paul, MN, simulation of manufacturing, simulation of document systems, 1985-1989
- Operations Research analyst and Senior Operations Planning Analyst, cheese formula optimization, financial planning, Schreiber Foods, Inc., Green Bay, WI, 1981-1984.
Selected Academic Awards/Recognitions
- IU East Summer Faculty Fellowship for causal discovery and machine learning, 1996
- IU East Library Mini-Grant for acquisition of Library materials relating to computer structures, 1995
- IU East Summer Faculty Fellowship, for research on automated procedures for causal discovery, 1995