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  • My claim to fame: Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We had the same dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue.
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  • My claim to fame: Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We had the same dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue.
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My claim to fame: Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We had the same dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue.

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  • My claim to fame: Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We had the same dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue.

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Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We worked on the same NASA project under the supervision of our dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue. Thus, he was able to give me considerable advice as I was writing my dissertation.

Patrick is also known for his widely-cited articles, Strawberry Pop-Tart Blowtorches and Fun With Grapes.

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My claim to fame: Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We had the same dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue.

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Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We worked on the same NASA project under the supervision of our dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one spot (i.e., several months) ahead of me in the Dr. Dominick's graduation pipeline. Thus, he was able to give me considerable advice as I was writing my dissertation.

According to his website, Patrick is also known for his articles, Strawberry Pop-Tart Blowtorches and Fun With Grapes, which he wrote in the summer of 1994 to evaluate the web as a communications medium and which have been widely cited both on the web and in the popular press.

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Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We worked on the same NASA project under the supervision of our dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one position (i.e., several months) ahead of me in Dr. Dominick's graduation queue. Thus, he was able to give me considerable advice as I was writing my dissertation.

Patrick is also known for his widely-cited articles, Strawberry Pop-Tart Blowtorches and Fun With Grapes.

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This site is powered by PMWiki. PMWiki was developed by Dr. Patrick Michaud.

Patrick and I where classmates in graduate school at University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana-Lafayette). We worked on the same NASA project under the supervision of our dissertation advisor, Dr. Wayne Dominick. Patrick was one spot (i.e., several months) ahead of me in the Dr. Dominick's graduation pipeline. Thus, he was able to give me considerable advice as I was writing my dissertation.

According to his website, Patrick is also known for his articles, Strawberry Pop-Tart Blowtorches and Fun With Grapes, which he wrote in the summer of 1994 to evaluate the web as a communications medium and which have been widely cited both on the web and in the popular press.

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(:table border=0 width=100%:) (:cell width=10% valign=top rowspan=2:) http://www.cs.cofc.edu/~manaris/images/manaris.jpg (:cell style='padding:5px;':) Dr. Bill Manaris is associate professor of Computer Science at the College of Charleston. His teaching interests include human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence. His research focuses on speech understanding interfaces, computer music, and computer science education. (:cellnr:)

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(:table border=0 width=100%:) (:cell width=10% valign=top rowspan=2:) http://www.cs.cofc.edu/~manaris/images/manaris.jpg (:cell style='padding:5px;':) Dr. Bill Manaris is associate professor of Computer Science at the College of Charleston. His teaching interests include human-computer interaction and artificial intelligence. His research focuses on speech understanding interfaces, computer music, and computer science education. (:cellnr:)

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manaris@cs.cofc.edu.