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Dr. Richard Segall
Professor of Computer & Information Technology
- University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Ph.D., Operations Research, May 1984
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M. S., Operations Research and Statistics, December 1975
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M. S., Mathematics, May 1973
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, B. S., Mathematics, June 1971
- Database Management
- Advances Database
- Management Information Systems
- Data Mining
- Engineering Management Program
Dr. Segall's research interests include data mining, text mining, web mining, bioinformatics, and mathematical modeling. He is the author or co-author of over 29 journal articles, 10 chapters of books, 50 conference proceedings, 14 technical reports, recipient of numerous grants including that for software from ORACLE Corporation and SAS Institute, Inc., and has co-edited a book titled: "Visual Analytics and Interactive Technologies: Data, Text and Web Mining Applications that was published by IGI Global in 2011."
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
- Special Interest Group on Artificial Intelligence
- Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining & nbs
Dr. Segall has taught over 20 years at several universities including that of Texas Tech University, University of Louisville, University of New Hampshire, University of Massachusetts-Lowell, and West Virginia University. He is also the recipient of three research awards from the National Research Council (NRC) that has funded his research at Brooks AFB in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Segall also has received funding from the Arkansas Biosciences Institute (ABI) and is currently a member of the Arkansas Center for Plant-Powered Production (P3) Center.