Kent Wittenburg

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    Kent Wittenburg, currently a member of technical staff in the Computer Graphics and Interactive Media research group at Bellcore, received his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin in the area of computational linguistics. He was previously at the MCC Human Interface Lab in Austin, Texas where he was project leader of the Interface Languages group and also on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin. His publications are in the areas of grammatical formalisms and parsing for natural languages, visual languages, and multimodal interfaces. Current interests include extensions to grammatical models and parsing techniques in order to interpret pen-based drawing and handwritten math expressions and to parse multidimensional data in support of design visualization and data integrity tasks. He is presently coordinator of the  Association for Computational Linguistics special interest group on Multimedia Language Processing.

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