Congratulations to Professor Kathryn Leonard for being elected as President-Elect for the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM), an international professional organization that is a member of the Conference Board of Mathematical Sciences!
In her joint work, "Characterizing Software Maintainability in Issue Summaries using a Fuzzy Classifier," with M. Shoga and B. Boehm, they build a fuzzy classifier with linguistic patterns to automatically map issue summaries into the seven subgroup SQ classifications provided in a software maintainability ontology.
This talk, sponsored by the Computer Science department, will present the methods and procedures used to produce the first image of a black hole from the Event Horizon Telescope.
Celia Chen, our long-time lecturer and newly hired tenure-track faculty member, earned her PhD from the Center for Systems and Software Engineering at University of Southern California on May 10, 2019. Her PhD, “Assessing Software Maintainability in Systems by Leveraging Fuzzy Methods and Linguistic Analysis,” explores methods for automating software maintenance processes. Congratulations, Dr.