Margaret M Fleck
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- Ph.D., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sept. 1988
- M.S., Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sept. 1985
- B.A., Linguistics, Yale University, May 1982
I teach CS 173 (Discrete Structures) and CS 440 (Artificial Intelligence).
- CS 173 (Discrete Structures), wrote new textbook, built on-line activities, implemented on-line homework submission
My current research focuses on techniques for automatically learning word boundaries, and eventually related phonological and morphological information, from transcribed speech. I have previously worked on image understanding and ubiquitous computing. I have also developed programming language support for both computational language and images understanding research.
- Computational LInguistics
Articles in Conference Proceedings
- Margaret M. Fleck. Lexicalized Phonotactic Word Segmentation, Annual Meeting, Association for Computational Linguistics, 2008, pp. 130-138.
- Rose Teaching Award (April 2019)
Recent Courses Taught
- CS 173 - Discrete Structures
- CS 196 73 - Freshman Honors
- CS 440 (ECE 448) - Artificial Intelligence