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I am currently an Associate Professor - Computer Science at Austin Peay State University, Tennessee, USA. I was involved in some research projects. A small number of these projects have websites. They can be found here.
2012 to now, Hydraulic Geometry
amphibanat website

Compositional Statistics Calculator

  Year: 2012 to now
  Project Title: Hydraulic Geometry
  My Role: Research Team Member
  Team Members:

Greg Ridenour, Matt Jones, Mike Wilson, Nicholas Coleman, and our students


Project Description:

Data was mined for the purpose of extracting data from an online source to compute and classify hydraulic geometry as well as providing additional data (channel stability, material, and evenness) for pattern discovery.
Stochastic modeling reveals the influence of other variables on hydraulic geometry; compositional data analysis measures how well a stochastic extremal hypothesis model simulates natural distributions.


The Compositional Statistics Calculator (link on the left) performs computations described in A Concise Guide to Compositional Data Analysis by John Aitchison. The computation steps were used in one of our Hydraulic Geometry research papers.

2012 to now, Spatial Accuracy and Precision
spatial accuracy and precision   Year: 2012 to now
  Project Title: Spatial Accuracy and Precision
  My Role: Research Team Member
  Team Members:

Greg Ridenour, Matt Jones, Mike Wilson, Brian Rivers

Project Description:

Defining, calculating and comparing Spatial Accuracy and Precision of GPS-Enabled Devices.

From Aug 2006 to 2010, I was a PhD Student / Graduate Research Assistant at Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA. I was involved in some research projects.
2007 to 2010, Amphibian Anatomical Ontology
amphibanat website   Year: 2007 to 2010
  Project Title: Amphibian Anatomical Ontology
  My Role: Ontology Development, Web Design and Development
Project Description:

The Amphibian Anatomical Ontology (AmphibAnat) is an NSF-sponsored project dedicated to constructing semi-automatically a draft ontology of amphibian anatomy. In this project, small, subset ontologies are constructed manually, and data-mining software (that we develop) is used to mine electronic media for instances of concepts and properties to be added to the ontologies. The draft ontologies are made Web-accessible, and are presented for community modification, enhancement, and curation.
2007 to 2010, RDBOM (Relational Database Ontology Maintenance)
amphibanat website   Year: 2007 to 2010
  Project Title: RDBOM
(Relational Database Ontology Maintenance)
  My Role: Ontology Development, Algorithm Design, Web Design and Development, Server Administration
Project Description:

RDBOM (Relational Database Ontology Maintenance) is a web-based software system that exploits the traditional features of a relational database management system in terms of concurrency control, security, and consistency checking in order to facilitate querying and updating an ontology.
2007 to 2008, MorphologyNet
amphibanat website   Year: 2007 to 2008
  Project Title: MorphologyNet
  My Role: Web Development
Project Description:

MorphologyNet is an NSF-funded, freely available interactive library of three-dimensional digital reconstructions of animal anatomy, which includes an easy-to-use interface that allows users to manipulate images just as they would real biological objects, including rotation in all planes simultaneously and "dissection" of tissues and structures.
From May 1998 to Sept 2005, I was a lecturer / course coordinator at Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore.
I formulated and executed a few staff/student research projects.
2005, J3 Mobile Surveillance System

J3 Poster


J3 Award


J3 IT Show

  Year: 2005
  Project Title: J3 ROVING EYE,
The Mobile Surveillance System

  My Role: Project Supervisor

  Team Members: Ng Wee Hua
Toh Teng Hui
Yeo Chai Heng
Temasek Polytechnic, Final Year Students

  Outcome: Singapore Splash Awards Wireless Jam 2005
:: Top Prize - Enterprise Category
:: Radix Most Outstanding Team Award

  Related Material:
- Presentation, Award Ceremony (pdf, 3MB)
- Video 1, Award Ceremony
( wmv, 147MB)
- Video 2, IT Project Show (wmv, 129MB)
- Project Flyer (pdf, 10MB)
- Outcome Flyer (pdf, 1MB)
Project Description:

The project, J3 Roving Eye, is a concept. Through the use of a surveillance vehicle which transmits moving images via the wireless network, companies can monitor their premises anytime and anywhere, via a PDA or computer.
For the prototype, a camera is mounted on a toy car (the camera can be mounted on golf cars, pre-installed moving tracks or even walking robots). Through a computer or PDA, security personnel can also control the movement of the moving vehicle.


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