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Andrea Aria

Clinical Assistant Professor    
  • Ph.D., computer science, Georgia State University
  • M.S., computer science, Clark Atlanta University
  • M.S., earthquake engineering
  • B.S., civil engineering
  • software engineering
  • object-oriented analysis and design
  • programming languages
  • algorithms analysis and design
  • machine learning

Dr. Aria’s teaching and research interests are in software development, programming languages, machine learning and big data. He has several publications in the field of stream-mining and event-based pattern discovery in ACM Transactions on MIS, and sponsored conferences. He has taught courses in object-oriented programming, web programming, data structure and algorithm analysis and design. Since 2004 he has been working in the IT industry concentrating on software development.

  • Transition Discovery of Sequential Behaviors in Email Application Usage Using Hidden Markov Models, HICSS – 46, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, January 2013
  • Pattern Discovery of User Interface Sequencing by Rehabilitation Clients with Cognitive Impairments, HICSS – 45, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, January 2012
  • Discovery and Diagnosis of Behavioral Transitions in Rehabilitation Patient Event-Streams, ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (TMIS) Volume 3 Issue 1, April 2012
  • Diagnosing Stream-Mined Model Changes of Monitored Requirements for Cognitive Rehabilitation, HICSS – 44, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii, January 2011
  • Monitoring Behavioral Transitions in Cognitive Rehabilitation with Multi-Model Multi-Window Stream Mining, HICSS – 43, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii, January 2010
  • Development of a Text Mining Tool based on Collocational Expressions, World Automation Congress Seville, Spain, June 2004