|Sally A. Goldman, Ph.D.
The Edwin H. Murty Professor of Engineering
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Campus Box 1045
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, Missouri 63130-4899
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New Book: A Practical Guide to Data Structures and Algorithms Using Java, Sally A. Goldman and Kenneth J. Goldman
"I highly recommend this book for both practioneers and students learning
data structures and algorithms." Andries van Dam, Professor of Computer
Science, Brown University.
"This is no ordinary textbook on algorithms and data structures. In fact, it really is not a textbook at all but rather an extraordinarily powerful and practical reference book." Robert Schapire, Professor of Computer Science, Princeton University.
"The Goldmans' new book is a tour de force of data structures and associated algorithms, accomplishing more than any single author could hope to achieve. ... I intend to make sure my students consult it before launching into any significant implementation." Ellen Witte Zegura, Professor and Associate Dean, Division Chair, Computing Science and Systems Division, Georgia Institute of Technology.
"This is the first book I know of that teachs the theory and practice of algorithm and data structures in a clear and comprehensive way." Monika Henzinger, Director of Research at Google and Professor of Computer and Communication Science at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland.
Program Committee Member for the Seventeenth International Conference on Algorithmic Learning Theory ( ALT 2006), October 2006.
Program Committee Member for the Twenty-Third International Conference on Machine Learning ( ICML 2006).
On Editorial Board of the Journal of Computer and System Sciences, September 2001 -- present. Co-Area Editor for Computational Learning since November 2007.
On Editorial Board of the Journal of Machine Learning Research, May 2000 -- present.
Guest Editor of the Journal of Computer and System Sciences Special Issue on Learning Theory 2003, Volume 71, Number 3, October 2005.
Program Committee Member for the Twenty-Second International Conference on Machine Learning ( ICML 2005), August 2005.
Program committee member for AAAI-05 Workshop on Learning in Computer Vision, July 2005.
Program Committe Area Chair for the Twenty-First International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2004), July 2004.
Program Committee Member for the Twentieth International Conference on Machine Learning ( ICML 2003), August 2003.
Program Committee Member for the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference ( WWW 2003), May 2003.
Program Committee Member for the Nineteenth International Conference on Machine Learning ( ICML 2002), July 2002.
Guest Editor of the Journal of Computer and System Sciences Special Issue on COLT 2000, Volume 64, Number 1, February 2002.
On Editorial Board of the Machine Learning journal, March 1995-December 2001.
Program Committee Area Chair for the Eighteenth International Conference on Machine Learing, June 2001. (ICML 2001)
Program Committee Member for the Seventh International Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures, August 2001. (WADS 2001).
Program Committee Co-Chair for the Thirteenth Annual Conference on Computational Learning Theory, July 2000. (COLT 2000)
Would you like to order COLT 2000 Proceedings?Program Committee Member for the Thirty-second Annual Symposium on the Theory of Computing (STOC 2000).
Program Committee Member for 39th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (FOCS '98).
Program Committee Member for 10th Annual Conf. on Computational Learning Theory ( COLT '97 ).
CSE 241: Algorithms and Data Structures (Spring 2008), (Fall 2007), (Spring 2006), (Fall 2005), (Spring 2004), (Spring 2003), (Fall 1999), (Spring 1999), (Fall 1997), (Fall 1996), (Spring 1996), (Fall 1995).
CS 582T: Computational Learning Theory (Spring1996).
Algorithm Seminar on Cryptograophy ( Fall 1998)
Boeing-McDonnell Foundation Grant, "Using Unlabeled Data to Improve Supervised Learning Algorithms," 2000-2002.
NSF Award CCR-9988314 "Learning from Multiple-Instance and Unlabeled Data," 2000-2003 with two REU supplements.
NSF Award, "Applying Learning Theory to Networking Problems," 1998-2000.
We finished at M.I.T. in the summer of 1990 and returned home to join the Department of Computer Science at Washington University in St. Louis.
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