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Edward Allan Kmett
Programmer

I recently decided to go back to college when I realized that having all of the certifications and work experience in the world wasn't going to do me any good unless I had a decent formal education.

During my 3 year stint in academia I have acquired up a double B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, an M.A. in Mathematics, and a Graduate Certificate in Artificial Intelligence. I am now a thesis away from my M.S. in Computer Science, and a class or two from a Graduate Certificate in Bioinformatics, should I decide to pursue it. I've maintained a 4.0 GPA, and double honors.

I am employed at Eastern Michigan University as an adjunct lecturer in the Computer Science Department and as a programmer for the Institute for Language Information Technology, the new parent organization over the LINGUIST List. I am currently working on the interfaces for the LL-Map and Multitree projects.

Linguistically, as I am mostly an outsider my interests are more mainstream: Minimalist Syntax and Computational Linguistics.

It is my intention to disseminate my programming experience among my coworkers here at LINGUIST, while I in turn learn more about Linguistics.

-Edward A. Kmett