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About Anthony Breitzman

Dr. Breitzman's research is related to data mining, text mining, and computational linguistics.  He also has done research related to convolution algorithms, intellectual property, and the history of the Twin Prime conjecture.  His current focus is on Twitter mining, including sentiment analysis, and the automatic categorization of tweets and their sources. Dr. Beitzman is currently the Principal Investigator for three research contracts: Assignee Name Disambiguation and Database Support for Thomson Innovation Product (Thomson-Reuters); data mining methods to show how IEEE science impacts cutting edge technologies (IEEE); and a grant to develop student workers to do a variety of Software Engineering Projects (ASRC Federal/Mission Solutions).

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Computer Science, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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2012 - 2015 Assistant Professor (3/4 time), Mathematics, Rowan University College of Science & Mathematics
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Curriculum Vitae


Disciplines



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Courses

  • Web and Text Mining
  • Data Mining

Education

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2006 PhD, Drexel University ‐ Computer Science
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1998 MS, Drexel University ‐ Computer Science
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1992 MA, Temple University ‐ Mathematics
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