Curriculum Vitae
GREGORY B. NEWBY

155 University Avenue, Suite 302, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 3B7 Office: +1 416-228-1234
Email: gbnewby AT petascale.org

A strategic thinker with passion for enabling diverse scientific, social and educational opportunities for all people. Devoted to the expansion of human intellect and capability through use of information and computing technologies.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

January 2015 - Present
COMPUTE CANADA / CALCUL CANADA
Chief Technology Officer / Chef de la Technologie.

My role is to help people use technologies for discovery and understanding, in support of enlightenment and well being for individuals and society. The CTO is an executive role at the national organization for advanced research computing in Canada. Areas of responsibility include oversight for technology planning, acquisitions, services, and reporting across member institutions. The CTO develops and implements national strategy for cyberinfrastructure, in coordination with member sites, regional consortia, and partner agencies.

March 2014 - March 2015
KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, THUWAL, SAUDI ARABIA
Manager, Supercomputing Core Laboratory (KSL).

Management, planning, outreach, scientific development, and leadership for this Core Laboratory. Includes supervision of a multicultural group of staff scientists and systems administrators. Personnel development, planning and advancement. Ongoing interaction with computational scientists and other users from KAUST and the region. Representing KSL in regional and international venues. All aspects of facility and equipment oversight, including planning, deployment, maintenance, and retirement. Led procurement for a major new supercomputer.

2003 - 2014
UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA FAIRBANKS, ALASKA.
Director, Arctic Region Supercomputing Center.

Director from 2011-2014; Chief Scientist from 2007-2014, Research Associate Professor 2009-2014; Research Assistant Professor 2003-2009. As Director, served as ARSC's executive manager, reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Research. Duties included all aspects of fiscal, personnel, reporting, management and all aspects of intellectual leadership. Supervised 20-30, including faculty, staff, students, and postdoctoral fellows. Interaction and collaboration with researchers at UAF and elsewhere. Budgetary oversight, grantseeking, and development and planning for Center activities. Research activity including next-generation computing technologies, information systems, data management, grid & cloud computing, information visualization, and computational modeling for climate and weather. Graduate student thesis committees. Development of software for high-performance computing applications. Systems security, design and maintenance.

2001 - Present
OPEN GRID FORUM, LAMONT, ILLINOIS.
Standards Editor, www.ogf.org

Volunteer role as the Standards Editor for the Open Grid Forum (previously the Global Grid Forum). Member of the Steering Committee. All aspects of the editorial process. Close coordination with OGF Area Directors and other constituents.

2000 - Present
PROJECT GUTENBERG
Director and CEO, Project Gutenberg Literary Archive Foundation

Volunteer position with comprehensive oversight for this digital library and eBook creator. Leadership for content development, outreach, and fundraising. Technology planning and oversight. Volunteer recruitment and management. Responsibilities include developing policy, planning, financials, partnerships and licensing.

1997 - 2003
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL-HILL, CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA.
Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science.

Teaching and course development in all areas of information technology, networking, and communication for graduate and undergraduate students. Research on information systems and information retrieval, information visualization, and information system use. Curriculum development and innovation, including a new undergraduate major. Advisor to M.S. and Ph.D. students; student project supervision.

1991 - 1997
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, URBANA, ILLINOIS.
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

Teaching graduate-level courses dealing with information technology; networking tools and use; information organization and system design; and user-based design and analysis. Founded and developed a widely used community computing system, Prairienet. Assistant Dean (1996-97) to develop a new distance education M.S. program. Joint appointment in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) as a Senior Research Scientist.

1989 - 1991
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, SYRACUSE, NEW YORK.
Adjunct Faculty Member, School of Information Studies.

Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses dealing with information networking and an introductory course in information technology. Previously worked as a Graduate Assistant. Worked as a Project Coordinator to implement and run a new virtual reality laboratory.

1989 - 1991
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, SYRACUSE, NEW YORK.
Mainframe Consultant, Academic Computing Services.

User and systems support for Unix and VAX/VMS mainframe systems; taught workshops and prepared documentation. Led conversion team from CMS/MVS to VMS and Unix.

EDUCATION

Bainbridge Graduate Institute M.B.A. 2014 Sustainable Systems
Bainbridge Graduate Institute Certificate 2014 Sustainable Energy Systems
Syracuse University Ph.D. 1993 Information Transfer
SUNY Albany M.A. 1988 Communication
SUNY Albany B.A. 1987 Communication and Psychology

WRITTEN WORK AND PRESENTATIONS

Books

Newby, Gregory B. (Ed.). 1997. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Midyear Meeting. Washington, DC: ASIS. 112p.

(Ref.) Peek, Robin P. & Newby, Gregory B. (Eds.). 1996. Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier. Cambridge: MIT Press. 388p.

Newby, Gregory B. 1996. Editor, Author & Compiler, The Internet Yellow Pages. Westport, Connecticut: Meckler and IDG. xliii+908p.

Newby, Gregory B. 1994. Directory of Directories on the Internet. Westport, Connecticut: Meckler. 175p.

Katzer, Jeffrey & Newby, Gregory B. (Eds.). 1989. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 268p.

Book Chapters

(Ref.) Mölders, Nicole; Porter, Stacy E.; Tran, Trang T.; Cahill, Catherine F.; Newby, Gregory B. 2011. "The role of unregulated ship emissions for aerosol and sulfur dioxide concentrations in southwestern Alaska." In: Amy Lauren Lovecraft & Hajo Eicken (Ed.), North by 2020: Perspectives on Alaska's Changing Social-Ecological Systems. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. (An early version appeared in 2009 in the INRA Symposium Proceedings.)

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "Student Laptop Ownership Requirement and Centralization of Information Technology Services at a Large Public University." In: Khosrowpour, Mehdi (Ed.). Annals of Cases on Information Technology v5: 206-217. Hershey, Pennsylvania: Idea Group Publishing.

Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "Information Security in Libraries." In Kisielnicki, Jerzy (Ed.). Modern Organizations in Virtual Communities. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IRM Press: 134-144. Also listed below under Refereed Papers.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1993. "Virtual Reality." In: Williams, Martha E. (Ed.). Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 28. Medford, NJ: Learned Information: 187-229.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1991. "The High Speed Manager's Guide to Information Technology." In: King, Sarah (Ed.). Effective Communication: Theory into Practice. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt: 1111-1126.

Refereed Journal Articles

(Ref.) Tran, Trang T.; Newby, Greg; Mölders, Nicole (2011). "Impacts of emission changes on sulfate aerosols in Alaska." Atmospheric Environment. 45(18): 3078-3090 (June 2011).

(Ref.) Mölders, Nicole; Newby, Gregory B. 2010. "Polar weather and its research and forecast challenges." Atmospheric Research 95(2-3): 288-289 (February 2010).

(Ref.) Kayi, Abdullah; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2009. Performance Issues in Emerging Homogeneous Multi-core Architectures. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 17(9): 1485-1499, October 2009.

(Ref.) Kayi, Abdullah; Kornkven, Edward; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Al-Bahra, Samy; Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "Performance Evaluation of Clusters with ccNUMA Nodes - A Case Study." International Journal of Computer Systems Science and Engineering, September 2009.

(Ref.) Mölders, N.; Morton, D.; Newby, G.; Stevens, E.; Stuefer, M. 2008. "Nowcasting and Forecasting Alaskan Weather," Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, April: 515-519.

(Ref.) Sahoo, Bhaskar C.; Oommen, Thomas; Misra, Debasmita; Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "Using the one-dimensional S-transform as a discrimination tool in classification of hyperspectral images." Canadian J. of Remote Sensing 33(6): 551-560.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2006. "Information Retrieval on Computational Grids." J. of the Intelligence Community Research and Development. Washington, DC: Central Intelligence Agency. 12p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Greenberg, Jane & Jones, Paul. 2003. "Open Source Software Development and Lotka's Law: Bibliometric Patterns in Programming." J. of the Amer. Society for Information Science and Technology 54(2): 169-178.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "The Necessity for Information Space Mapping for Information Retrieval on the Semantic Web." Information Research 7(4): July 2002. 12p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "Empirical Study of 3D Visualization Information Retrieval Tasks." Journal of Intelligent Information Systems 18(1): 31-53.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2001. "Cognitive Space and Information Space." J. of the Amer. Society for Information Science and Technology 52(12): 1026-1048.

(Ref.) Yang, Kiduk; Maglaughlin, Kelly & Newby, Gregory B. (2000). "Passage Feedback with IRIS." Information Processing and Management 37(3): 521-541.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1997. "Electronic Scholarly Communication." The Canadian Journal of Communication 22(3-4): 511-523.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1994. "Gesture Recognition Based upon Statistical Similarity." Presence (Journal published by MIT Press) 3(3): 236-243.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1994. "The Maturation of Norms for Computer-Mediated Communication." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 3(4): 30-38.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2014. "Return on Investment." Abstract of Panel at the IEEE/ACM Supercomputing Conference. Forthcoming.

(Ref.) Huang, Miaoqing; Serres, Olivier; Narayana, Vikram K.; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory. 2010. "Efficient Cache Design for Solid-State Drives." Proc. ACM International Conference on Computing Frontiers 2010 (CF'10) pp. 41-50, Bertinoro, Italy, May 17-19, 2010.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Styers, John M.; Fallen, Christopher T. 2010. "Scalability of Large Sparse Eigensystems with PETSc/SLEPc." Proceedings of the 2010 Users Group Conference. Lorton, Virginia: High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office. (Abstract.)

(Ref.) Morton, Donald; Nudson, Oralee; Bahls, Donald; Newby, Gregory. 2010. "The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model as a Tool for Evaluating HPCMP Assets and Capabilities in Grand Scale Numerical Weather Prediction." 2010 DoD HPCMP Users Group Conference Schaumburg, IL, 14-17 June 2010 (Abstract).

(Ref.) Morton, Donald; Nudson, Oralee; Bahls, Donald; Newby, Gregory. 2010. "Use of the Cray XT5 Architecture to Push the Limits of WRF Beyond One Billion Grid Points." Cray User Group Proceedings, Edinburgh, Scotland, 24-27 May 2010.

(Ref.) Kettani, Houssain; Newby, Gregory B. 2010. "Instability of Relevance-Ranked Results Using Latent Semantic Indexing for Web Search." Proceedings of 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. CSREA Press. 10p.

(Ref.) Kettani, Houssain; Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "On the Ranking of Text Documents from Large Corpuses." Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Data Mining. CSREA Press. 10p.

(Ref.) Kim, Hyukho; Kim, Woongsup; Lee, Kangwoo; Newby, Gregory B.; Kim, Yangwoo. 2009. "Experimental Study to Improve Resource Utilization and Performance of Cloud Systems based on Grid Middleware." Proc. KSII The first International Conference on Internet (ICONI) 2009, December 2009. Bali, Indonesia: December 17-21.

(Ref.) Huang, Miaoqing; Serres, Olivier; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory. 2009. "Parameterized Hardware Design on Reconfigurable Computers: An Image Registration Case Study." Proceedings of V Southern Conference on Programmable Logic (SPL 2009), pp.71-76, Sao Carlos, Brazil, April 1-3, 2009.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "Poster: Cell Processor Evaluation using the ARSC DSRC QS22 Cluster." Proceedings of the HPCMP Users Group Conference. Lorton, Virginia: High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office. June 15-18.

(Ref.) Huang, Miaoqing; Serres, Olivier; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "Parameterized Hardware Design on Reconfigurable Computers: An Image Registration Case Study." Southern Programming Languages Conference (SPL2009) Proceedings. New York: IEEE. pp 71-77. 6p.

(Ref.) Kettani, Houssain; Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "On the Ranking of Text Documents from Large Corpuses." Proceedings of DMIN 2009. Las Vegas. 9p.

(Ref.) Abouellail, Mohamed; El-Araby, Esam; Taher, Mohamed; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "DNA and Protein Sequence Alignment with High Performance Reconfigurable Systems." Proceedings of Adaptive Hardware and Systems. Edinburgh, August 6-8. New York: IEEE, pp. 334-341. 7p.

(Ref.) Kayi, Abdullah; Kornkven, Ed; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory. 2008. "Application Performance Tuning for Clusters with ccNUMA Nodes." Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE 2008) Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil, 16-18 July 2008, IEEE Computer Society 2008, pp. 245-252 (ISBN 978-0-7695-3193-9).

(Ref.) Kayi, Abdullah; Yao, Yi; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory. "Experimental Evaluation of Emerging Multi-core Architectures." 21st IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium PMEO-PDS workshop proceedings. Long Beach, CA, USA, 26-30 March 2007

(Ref.) Kulchitsky, Anton; Stuefer, Martin; Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "Automated system for smoke dispersion prediction due to wild fires in Alaska." Eos Trans. AGU 88(52), Fall meeting supplement. Abstract PA33A-1028.

(Ref.) El-Araby, Esam; Taher, Mohamed; Abouellail, Mohamed; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "Comparative Analysis of High Level Programming for Reconfigurable Computers: Methodology and Empirical Study." Proceedings of SPL2007 (Southern Programming Logic). Mar del Plata, Argentina: February 26-28. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE. 8p.

(Ref.) Kim, Yangwoo P.; Lee, SeungHa; Lee, Pilwoo; Newby, Gregory B. 2006. "Grid Information Retrieval Management System for Dynamically Reconfigurable Virtual Organization." Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing, October 21-23, Hunan, China. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE. 7p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2005. "Building a National Emergency Computing Network." Proceedings of Building Together: Research and Development Partnerships in Homeland Security. Washington, DC: Department of Homeland Security. 2p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. & Franks, Charles. 2003. "Distributed Proofreading." Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. New York: ACM Press. 9p.

(Ref.) Li, Bin & Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "Laptop Requirement Usage and Impact in Graduate ILS Education." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting 39: 83-91. Medford, NJ: Information Today. 8p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2000. "Will XML and Information Retrieval make Society Transparent?." XML 2000 Conference Proceedings. Alexandria, Virginia: Graphic Communications Association. 11p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2000. "Information Security in Libraries." Proceedings of the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) Annual Conference. Hershey, Pennsylvania: IRMA. 6p. Republished in Kisielnicki, Jerzy (Ed.). 2002. Modern Organizations in Virtual Communities, also listed above under Book Chapters.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1998. "An information access model with a unified approach to data type, retrieval mechanism and information need." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 35: 475-484. Medford, NJ: Information Today. 9p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1998. "The strong cognitive stance as a conceptual basis for the role of information in informatics and information system design." Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI '98) and the 4th International Conference on Informatics Systems Analysis and Synthesis (ISAS '98). pp. 52-61. 9p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1997. "A Prognosis for Continued Disarray in Informal Scholarly Communication." Proceedings of Scholarly Communication for the Next Millennium: 213-225. 12p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. & Bishop, Ann P. 1996. "Community System Users and Uses." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 33: 119-126. Medford, NJ: Information Today. 7p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1996. "Digital Library Models and Prospects." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Mid-Year Meeting: 101-111. Washington, DC: ASIS. 4p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1993. "Virtual Reality: Tomorrow's Information System, or Just Another Pretty Interface?" Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 30: 199-203. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 4p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1992. "An Investigation of the Role of Navigation for Information Retrieval." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 29: 20-25. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 5p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1991. "Navigation: A Fundamental Concept for Information Systems with Implications for Information Retrieval." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 28: 111-117. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 6p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Nilan, Michael S. & Duvall, Lorrain M. 1991. "Towards a Reassessment of Individual Differences for Information System Design: The Power of User-Based Situational Predictors." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 27: 73-82. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 9p.

(Ref.) Rosenbaum, Howard & Newby, Gregory B. 1990. "An Emerging Form of Human Communication: Computer Networking." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 26: 300-325. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 5p.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1989. "User Models in Information Retrieval: Applying Knowledge about Human Communication to Computer Interface Design." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 25: 71-74. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 4p.

(Ref.) Nilan, Michael S.; Newby, Gregory B.; Lopatin, Kevin & Paik, Woojin. 1989. "A Hypertext Help System for Desktop Publishing." Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 25: 104-110. Medford, NJ: Learned Information. 6p.

Other Refereed Works

(Ref.) Dijkstra, Freek; Hughes-Jones, Richard; Newby, Gregory B.; Replogle, Joel. (2011). "Procedure for Registration of Subnamespace Identifiers in the URN\ :OGF Hierarchy." Lamont, Illinois: Open Grid Forum. 22p.

(Ref.) Gamiel, Kevin; Newby, Gregory B. & Nassar, Nassib. 2003. "Grid Information Retrieval Requirements (GFD.27)." Lamont, Illinois: Global Grid Forum. 18p.

Other Articles and Proceedings

Newby, Gregory B. 2016. "Forty-Five Years of Digitizing eBooks: Project Gutenberg's Practices." Keynote presented at The 15th International Workshop for Translation and Publication of Korean Literature. Seoul: Literature Translation Institute of Korea. In English and Korean. Proceedings pp. 16-46.

Huh, Eui-Nam; Lee, Pil-Woo Lee; Newby, Gregory B. 2010. "A Framework of Online Community based Expertise Information Retrieval on Grid, GFD-I.164." Lamont, Illinois: Open Grid Forum.

Newby, Gregory B.; Fallen, Christopher T.; McCormick, Kylie. 2009. "Lucene for n-grams using the CLUEWeb Collection" Proceedings of the Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2009). Gaithersburg: NIST.

Fallen, Christopher T.; Newby, Gregory B. & McCormick, Kylie. 2008. "Distributed Multisearch and Resource Selection for the TREC Million Query Track." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2008) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. 10p.

Fallen, Christopher T. & Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "Collection Selection Based on Historical Performance for Efficient Processing." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2007) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. 6p.

Newby, Gregory B.; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; El-Araby, Esam; Taher, Mohamed; Abouellail, Mohamed. 2007. "High Level Programming for Reconfigurable Computers: Readiness for High Performance Computing." Proceedings of the Third Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference. New York: IEEE. Manchester, England, March 28-29. 7p.

Fallen, Christopher T. & Newby, Gregory B. 2006. "Partitioning the Gov2 Corpus by Internet Domain Name: A Result-set Merging Experiment." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2006) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. 10p.

Fallen, Christopher T. & Newby, Gregory B. 2005. "Logistic Regression Merging of Amberfish and Lucene Multisearch Results." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2005) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. 10p.

Newby, Gregory B. 2003. "Document Structure with IRTools." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2003) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. pp. 568-577. 9p.

Newby, Gregory B. 2002. "Progress in General-Purpose IR Software." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC 2002) Notebook. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 19-22, 2002. 7p.

Newby, Gregory B. 2001. "Challenges of Multi-Mode IR Software." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-10) Notebook. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 13-16, 2001. 5p.

Newby, Gregory B. 2001. "Information Space Based on HTML Structure." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-9) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 19-21, 2000. 9p.

Newby, Gregory B. 2000. "Moving More Quickly Towards Full Term Relations in Information Space." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-8) Proceedings. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 16-19, 1999. 11p.

Newby, Gregory B. 1999. "Information Space Gets Normal." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-7) Proceedings, pp. 567-571. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 9-11, 1998. 5p

Newby, Gregory B. 1998. "Context-Based Statistical Sub-Spaces." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-6) Proceedings, pp. 735-746. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 19-21, 1997. 9p.

Gregory B. Newby. 1997. "Metric Multidimensional Information Space." Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-5) Proceedings, pp. 521-536. Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Science and Technology. November 20-22, 1996. 15p.

Newby, Gregory B. 1994. "Virtual Reality in the Entertainment Industry." ASIS Bulletin 21: 20-21. 2p.

Refereed Presentations

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Apon, Amy; Berente, Nick; Eigenmann, Rudolph; Fratkin, Susan; Lifka, Susan; Stewart, Craig. 2014. "Return on Investment from Academic Supercomputing." ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference. New Orleans: November 17.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2012. "When the Founder is Gone: Longevity for Open Projects." HOPE Number 9, New York, July 15.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2011. "Building and Giving Away: Motivations. Chaos Computer Camp, August 10. Finowfurt, Germany.

(Ref.) Morton, Donald; Nudson, Oralee; Bahls, Donald; Newby, Gregory. 2010. "Pushing WRF to its Computational Limits." The Alaska Weather Symposium, Fairbanks, AK, 09-10 March 2010.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2009. "Hardware Acceleration Prospects and Challenges for High Performance Computing." Proc. 2009 International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA-2009). Rabat, Morocco, May 10-13. New York: IEEE. 4p.

(Ref.) Nassar, N.; Kunze, J. A.; Newby, G. B.; Gamiel, K. 2009. "Sarcomere: A System for Data Interoperability." Presented at the 5th International Digital Curation Conference, December 2-4. London, England (poster).

(Ref.) Morton, D.; Jacobi, M.; Newby, G. 2009. "VolksWRF - A Weather Modeling Portal for the General Public." American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 December 2009 (poster).

(Ref.) He, Juanxiong; Newby, Gregory B.; Craig, Tony; Jackaki, Jaromir; Zhu, Chunmei. 2009. "Developing the Coupled WRF within CCSM4." Proc. Second OFES International Workshop and ESC-IPRC Joint Workshop on Computationally-Intensive Modeling of the Climate System. 09-10 December 2009, Honolulu, Hawaii.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Bahls, Don; Mitchell, John. 2008. "QS22 First Look: Quasar@ARSC.edu." Supercomputing 2008 (poster). New York: IEEE.

(Ref.) Newby, G.; Morton, D. 2008. "Performance Evaluation of Emerging High Performance Computing Technologies using WRF." American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 December 2008 (poster).

(Ref.) Kayi, Abdullah; Kornkven, Edward; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Al-Bahra, Samy; Newby, Gregory B. 2008. "Performance Evaluation of Clusters with ccNUMA Nodes - A Case Study." 10th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC-08). Dalian, China: September 25-27.

(Ref.) Huang, Miaoqing; Serres, Olivier; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2008. "Implementing Image Registration Algorithms on Reconfigurable Computer." Military and Aerospace Programmable Logic Devices (MAPLD) Conference. Annapolis: September 16.

(Ref.) Sahoo, Bhaskar; Oommen, Thomas; Misra, Debasmita & Newby, Gregory B. (2006). "Application of 1D S-Transform in Discrimination Problems in Remote Sensing." Poster presented at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting December 11-15. San Francisco, California.

(Ref.) Morton, D.; Petrescu E.; Stevens, E.; Newby, G.; Klene, A.; Peterson, R. & Webley, P. (2006). "Challenges in using WRF as an operational and research tool for high resolution NWP in Alaska and Montana." Poster and Extended Abstract at WRF User's Workshop June 19-22. Boulder, Colorado.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2006. "Big Data." Presentation at Univ. of Alaska Internet2 Day. March 23.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2005. "Literature Wants to be Free!. Presentation at What The Hack. July 28-31. Liempde, The Netherlands.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B.; Gamiel, Kevin; Nassar, Nassib. 2003. "Secure Information Sharing and Information Retrieval Infrastructure with GridIR." Chen, Hsinchun et al. (Eds.). Intelligence and Security Informatics: Proceedings of the First NSF/NIJ Symposium. New York: Springer-Verlag. p. 389.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2001. "IR Software for Large-Scale Research." Poster session at the American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. Washington, DC: November 5.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2001. "Ethics Among Hackers and Other Programmers." Invited presentation at Reflections|Projections, the national ACM student conference. Urbana, Illinois: August 13.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 2000. "The Hacker's Code." Presentation at Hackers on Planet Earth (HOPE) 2000. New York. July 15.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1999. "Evaluation of a Visualization System for Information Retrieval at the Front and the Back End ." Presentation at the ASIS Midyear Meeting. Pasadena, California. May 24-26.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. "Beyond Glitz and Into Content." Presentation at the ASIS Midyear Meeting. Pasadena, California. May 24-26.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. "Secondary Evidence for User Satisfaction With Community Information Systems." 1999. Presentation at the ASIS Midyear Meeting. Pasadena, California. May 24-26.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1997. "Visualizing Information Space: Spatial Interfaces to Textual Information." Presented at the 21th Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft fuer Klassifikation. Potsdam, Germany. March 12-14.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. 1992. "Information Technology as the Paradigm High-Speed Management Support Tool: The Uses of Computer Mediated Communication, Virtual Realism, and Telepresence." Presented at the annual conference of the Speech Communication Association in Chicago, Illinois. October, 1992. [Presented on request to ERIC for distribution as an ERIC Document].

(Ref.) Kurtz, Douglas; Snyder, Herbert W. & Newby, Gregory B. 1991. "An Investigation of Chaos in Electronic Publications." Presented at The Third International Conference on Bibliometrics, Scientometrics, and Informetrics. Bangalor, India.

(Ref.) Newby, Gregory B. "A Research Program for User-Based Information System Design: Towards Resolution of the Representation Problem in Information Retrieval." Presented at the Canadian Society for Information Science Annual Meeting. Kingston, Ontario. May, 1990.

Selected Other Presentations

"National Advanced Research Computing Platform and Services Dedicated to Canadian Researchers. Presentation at the Great Lakes Bioinformatics and the Canadian Computational Biology Conference 2016. May 16, Toronto.

"Why put a Library in Everybody’s Pocket?." Presentation at the Wolfram Data Summit. September 4-5, 2013. Washington, DC.

"Computational Arctic Research at ARSC/UAF." Presentation to the United States Arctic Research Commission 94th meeting. Fairbanks: October 7.

"Cognitive Space and Information Space." 2010. Presentation at ACCESS10 conference. Champaign, Illinois: August 11.

Newby, Gregory B. 2000. "The Science of Large-Scale Information Retrieval." Internet Archive 2000 Colloquium. San Francisco, March 8-9. 6p.

(Invited) "ARSC Initiatives in Weather, Climate and Ocean Modeling." 2008. Presentation to the HPC User Forum. Tucson, Arizona: September 9.

(Invited) "ARSC's New x86_64 Supercomputer." 2007. presentation to the Sun HPC Consortium. Reno, Nevada: November 10.

(Invited) "Paths to Creativity in Security Careers." 2006. Keynote presentation at the Privacy, Security and Trust Conference. Markham, Ontario: October 31.

"IRTools Software Overview." 2001. Poster presentation at the 10th Text REtrieval Conference (TREC-10). Gaithersburg, Maryland: November 13-16.

"NT and Unix Security." 1998. Panel presentation at the CTC Retreat. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. November 13.

"Can Information Technology Last? Anticipating Obsolescence in Computing." 1998. Presentation at the MOSIS Conference. Raleigh, North Carolina. July 21.

"Electronic Journals: Implications for Scholars." 1997. Symposium at the AERA Conference. Chicago, Illinois. March 26.

"Getting our Community on the Net." 1996. Presentation at the Rock Valley College. Rockford, Illinois. May 3.

"Challenge: To be a Model Community for Use and Access of Cable and Telecommunications." 1996. Presentation to the Champaign-Urbana Joint Telecommunications Commission. Champaign, Illinois. April 17.

"Prairienet and the Information Superhighway." 1996. Presentation to the Central Illinois Human Resources Group. Champaign, Illinois. April 9.

"The Life (and Death?) of Print: A Debate." 1995. Live debate with Walter Crawford at the ASIS Annual Meeting. Abstract appears in Proceedings of the ASIS Annual Meeting, p. 242. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

"Good News and Bad News for Community Access." 1995. Presented at the Illinois Library System Director's Organization (ILSDO) workshop. Champaign, Illinois. September 14.

"Computer Systems Used in Virtual Reality." 1994. Presented at AUSI VR '94. Melbourne, Australia. October 28-30.

"The Internet, with Applications for Information Service Providers." 1993. Annual Conference of the Minnesota Library Association. Rochester, Minnesota. October 7.

"Virtual Environments for Visualization and Navigation in Information Space." 1993. Plenary session presented at the ICAT/VE Conference, held at NASA's Johnson Space Center, May 28.

"Navigation as a Fundamental Concept for Information Systems." 1993. Presented to the Human-Computer Interaction Discussion Group at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at UIUC. February 12.

"Educating the Information Professional." 1992. Panel participant at the ASIS Midyear Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico. May 23.

"WAIS Poster Session." 1992. Data Processing Clinic. Urbana, Illinois. April 20.

"The Role of Computers in Libraries." 1992. Presented at the Great River Library System 25th Anniversary Meeting. Pittsfield, Illinois. June 25.

"New Interfaces for Human-Computer Interaction." 1991. Presented to library staff and others at the University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois. December 14.

"Individual Differences Versus Situational User-Based Predictors of Information Need: A Reassessment." 1990. Presented with Michael S. Nilan. Special session at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. November 18.

Selected Workshops and Continuing Education

"What Everyone Needs to Know about Computer Security." Presentation at SILS Alumni Day. Chapel Hill, NC. April 30, 1999.

"You, too, can Create a Web Page." Hands-on tutorial at the LAUNC-CH Conference. Chapel Hill. March 14, 1999.

"Keeping Up with the Web." InfoToGo workshop. Chapel Hill, NC. November 14, 1997.

"Dreams and Realities of the Network Age." Presentation at ALS Day, sponsored by the Alliance Library System. Galesburg, IL. November 8, 1996.

"Schools on the Net" Workshop for School District 61 (Decatur). Decatur, IL. April 24, 1996.

"Using the Internet." Workshop at Parkland College in Communications 100. Champaign, April 29, 1996.

"Virtual Reality: Present and Future." Presentation to the Campus Honors Program at the University of Illinois. Champaign, Illinois. April 2, 1996.

"Free-Net Workshop." Continuing education seminar presented at "The good, the bad, and the Internet." Conference sponsored by the Computing Professionals for Social Responsibility. Chicago. October 8, 1995.

"Future directions for the Internet." Presentation to the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce "Leadership Seminar." UIUC. September 29, 1995.

"Community Networks." Presented at state-wide teleconference sponsored by the Illinois State Library. November 28, 1994.

"Distance Education: Myths and Realities." Panel discussion sponsored by the Division of Extramural Programs at UIUC. November 14, 1994.

"Database Design Issues." Presented to "Information Organization and Access" class at UIUC. September 29, 1994.

"Archiving and Presentation of Government Electronic Resources." Presented to the LEEP-II Symposium at UIUC. May 6, 1994.

"Telecommunications Networks." 3-hour course taught for Medical Library Association (MLA) Continuing Education credit. Urbana, Illinois. November 4, 1993.

"Internet Workshop." Hands-on session for the Southern Ohio ASIS chapter. Cincinatti, Ohio. October 13 and November 8, 1993.

"Information Retrieval Research and Development." Moderator and Panelist on SIG sessions at the ASIS Annual Meeting. Columbus, Ohio. October 28, 1993.

"Internet Basics Workshop." Hands-on workshop for participants at the annual Data Processing Clinic. Urbana, Illinois. April, 1993.

"Virtual Reality: Myth and Design." Sponsored by the ASIS student group at the University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois. November, 1991.

Book Reviews

Newby, Gregory B. 1996. "Virtual Reality: Scientific and Technological Challenges." Library and Information Science Research 18(3): 278-280.

Newby, Gregory B. 1995. "Information Sources for Virtual Reality." Information Processing & Management 31: 149-150.

Newby, Gregory B. 1993. "MH & xmh." Online Review.

Newby, Gregory B. 1993. "UNIX Power Tools." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 3(4): 58-60.

Newby, Gregory B. 1993. "The Whole Internet." Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 3(1): 75-78.

Newby, Gregory B. 1992. "Peter Denning's Computers Under Attack." Electronic Networking: Research, Applications, and Policy 2(3): 48-50.

Popular Media

Newby, Gregory B. 1996. "Long Distance on the Internet.." Champaign-Urbana Octopus.

Newby, Gregory B. 1995. "Graphics on the Internet: So What?." Champaign-Urbana Octopus. December.

Newby, Gregory B. 1995. "Putting the Public Footprint on the Digital Revolution." Liberty Tree (online journal).

Dissertation and Thesis Work

Towards Navigation for Information Retrieval. 1993. Ph.D. Thesis. Syracuse, NY: School of Information Studies. 302p.

A Self-Concept Based Approach to Artificial Intelligence, with a Case Study of the Galileo Computer System. 1988. M.A. Thesis, SUNY Albany: Department of Communication. 82p.

SELECTED RESEARCH FUNDING

"EPSCoR Track 1: Adapting to Changing Environments." National Science Foundation. Mark Myers, Principal Investigator. 2012-2017 (Cyberinfrastructure lead; $25M).

Subcontractor to Lockheed Martin for Next Generation Computing Systems, in the DoD's High Performance Computing Modernization Program Office. 2011-2013. (Principal Investigator; $5.1M).

"Frontier Scientists Enhanced." Liz O'Connell, Principal Investigator. National Science Foundation. 2013-2015. (Co-Investigator; $600K).

"GK-12: CYBER-Alaska- Training Tomorrow's Engineers in Cyber-Physical Systems (CYBER: Creating Young Brilliant Engineers and Researchers) NSF OCI-1045601." Seta O. Bogosyan, Principal Investigator. 2011-2013. (Co-Investigator; $1.8M).

"MRI-R2: Acquisition of a Configurable Supercomputer for Arctic Research." National Science Foundation. 2010-2013. (Principal Investigator; $1.48M).

"EAGER: DIG: Scientists in Alaska's Scenery." National Science Foundation. 2011-2012. (Principal Investigator; $300K).

"Alaska EPSCoR RII C2: Cyberconnectivity and Data Visualization." National Science Foundation. 2011-2013. Peter Schweitzer, Principal Investigator. (Co-Investigator; $1M).

"Collaborative Research: PACMAN – Cyberinfrastructure for Discovering Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources across Alaska and the Hawaiian Islands (EPS-0919608)." 2009-2012. National Science Foundation. ($3M; appointed Principal Investigator in 2011).

"US-China Workshop on Acceleration of High Performance Computing Applications." 2010-2011. National Science Foundation. (Principal Investigator; $49,000).

Joint Educational Experiences for Minorities program, 2008-13. To support 3 interns and 1 visiting faculty member during summer 2008, 4 interns for summer 2009, 3 in 2010, 2 in 2011, 3 in 2012. Through the US Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP).

NOAA COMET. 2008. To support data assimilation experimentation for weather modeling. Co-investigator with Dr. Jessica Cherry. ($12K).

NOAA COMET. 2007. To support weather modeling tuning and output products delivery. Co-investigator with Dr. Donald Morton. ($12K).

"Large-Scale Visual Interaction with Multi-Lingual Multi-Source Textual Data" Principal Investigator. National Science Foundation. 2002-2003. 1-year supplement to Terascale Retrieval (below). ($210K).

"3-D Digital Rare Book Project" E.S.P. Das Educational Foundation. 2002-2003. Paul Jones, Principal Investigator. Provide a 3-D virtual environment for reading digitized rare books. (Project Manager, $530K).

"Terascale Retrieval" National Science Foundation. 2000-2003. Principal Investigator. 3-year project to develop experimental software and methods for information retrieval ($448K).

"UNC Distance Education Award" UNC. 1999. Principal Investigator. Project to implement cross-institutional graduate seminars in information science using Internet-based teleconferencing ($10K).

"UNC Cognitive Science Department Award" UNC. 1998. Principal Investigator. Project to assess cognitive perceptions of concepts as compared to statistical approximations of those concepts, for the purpose of improved techniques for building information spaces for information retrieval ($3K).

"UNC Research Council Award" 1998-1999. UNC. Principal Investigator. Project to expand computing capabilities for information retrieval research ($2K).

"Incorporating Multimedia into the Curriculum." UNC. 1997. Scott Barker, Principal Investigator. November, 1997. UNC Chancellor's information technology award. Project to enhance multimedia capabilities in the SILS computer lab and classrooms (Co-Investigator; $68K).

Microsoft Software grant for instructional development. 1997. Bryan Heidorn, Principal Investigator. Project to add new software for instruction in GSLIS courses. (Co-Investigator; $34K).

"Prairienet" 1993-1997. Various sources, Co-Investigator with Ann Bishop and Leigh Estabrook. Solicited and received start-up and on-going funding for community computing system (Free-Net) in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois. ($70K).

"Technology Watch Environmental Scanning." 1994-95. Schlumberger. Principal Investigator. Project to implement and evaluate automatic methods for the identification of relevant items from large collections of free text, such as patent abstracts and network news ($55K).

"Environmental Hotline Project." 1993-1994. Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL: U.S. Army, Urbana, IL. Principal Investigator. Develop question-answering procedures for telephone hotline personnel. ($45K).

"User-Based Study of WAIS." 1992. Thinking Machines Corporation. Co-Investigator with Ann Bishop. ($900).

TECHNICAL PROFILE

Substantial experience with computer systems and related technologies including:

STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Postdoctoral Fellows (Supervisor)

Graduated Ph.D. Students

Master's Theses and Papers

AWARDS AND HONORS

2007. Synplicity Best Paper Awards for El-Araby, Esam; Taher, Mohamed; Abouellail, Mohamed; El-Ghazawi, Tarek; Newby, Gregory B. 2007. "Comparative Analysis of High Level Programming for Reconfigurable Computers: Methodology and Empirical Study." Proceedings of SPL2007 (Southern Programming Languages). Mar del Plata, Argentina: February 26-28. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE.

2002. The Stockholm Challenge Award, for Project Gutenberg.

2001. The Tech Museum Awards (finalist), for Project Gutenberg.

COMMITTEES AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

National/International

Refereeing

Academic Service

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

TEACHING HISTORY

2006-2014

Core Skills for HPC guest sessions on computational science.

Fall 2004

CS 205, "Intermediate Programming." Using Perl for programming in text processing, Web-database integration, and other applications.

Spring 2003

INLS 181, "Internet Applications." Significantly updated as a new intermediate level course in Web design.

INLS 183, "Distributed Systems and Analysis." Unix and Web server installation, administration, management, upkeep, and evaluation.

Fall 2002

INLS 181

INLS 183

Spring 2002

INLS 102, "Information Tools." Tools and concepts for information use. Information literacy, microcomputer use and maintenance, microcomputer applications, and networked information services. (New course).

INLS 187, "Information Security." Information security, data integrity and privacy. Contemporary and historical issues.

Fall 2001

INLS 183, "Distributed Systems and Administration."

INLS 181, "Internet Applications." All aspects of Internet use, management, training, and applications.

Summer 2001

INLS 181, "Internet Applications."

Spring 2001

On research leave at UNC, no teaching duties

Fall 2000

INLS 183, "Distributed Systems and Administration."

INLS 187, "Information Security." (Formerly INLS 210-84).

Spring 2000

INLS 181, "Internet Applications."

INLS 183, "Distributed Systems and Administration." (Formerly INLS 283).

Fall 1999

INLS 180, "Human Information Processing." Previously called "Communication Processes." Newly revised course.

INLS 181, "Internet Applications."

Summer 1999

INLS 210-84, "Information Security." Policy, case studies, software and systems for information security, privacy and data integrity.

Spring 1999

INLS 80, "Data Communication." All aspects of Internet use, management, training, and applications.

INLS 283, "Distributed Systems and Administration."

Fall 1998

INLS 181, "Internet Applications."

INLS 382, "Doctoral Communication Seminar." Communication theory, theory construction, theory evaluation, methodological issues, and the implication and role of communication theory for information and library science. First time taught.

Summer 1998

INLS 210-84, "Information Security." Policy, case studies, software and systems for information security, privacy and data integrity. Newly developed course.

Spring 1998

INLS 283, "Distributed Systems and Administration." Unix and Web server installation, administration, management, upkeep, and evaluation. Newly developed course.

INLS 80, "Data Communication." All aspects of Internet use, management, training, and applications.

Fall 1997

INLS 80, "Data Communication." All aspects of Internet use, management, training, and applications. First time taught.

Spring 1997 (University of Illinois)

LIS 353, "Using Networked Information Technologies." All aspects of use, teaching, management, and evaluation of networked information systems. Focus on Internet applications; emphasis on Unix skills.

Summer 1996

LIS 415, "Information Technology." Principals of technology management including LANs, microcomputer configuration and purchase, database and CDROM software, evaluation, pricing, and maintenance. Newly developed course.

Spring 1996

LIS 450 CC, "Telecommunications." Concepts and use of remote communication systems; focus on Internet tools. Taught each semester. Spring and Fall semesters 1995 utilized distance learning technologies of the Division of Extramural Programs at UIUC to bring instruction to students around the state.

LIS 450 DS, "Implementation for Distributed Information Systems." Selection, design, implementation, and evaluation of tools for remote information retrieval; focus on current Internet tools. Spring 1996; Summer 1995. Newly developed course.

1994 - 1995

LIS 415, "Library Automation." Survey of information technologies and their applications. Hands on use and extensive analysis and project work. Fall 1995.

LIS 370, "Design and Analysis of Information Systems." Survey of issues concerned with information system selection, implementation, and evaluation. Focus on use of technology tools and research methodology and analysis. Fall 1994. Newly developed course.

LIS 371, "Projects in the Design and Analysis of Information Systems." Continuation of projects from LIS 370 (1994). Spring 1995. Newly developed course.

LIS 450 CC, "Telecommunications." The use of the Internet and related technologies in information organizations. Spring 1994; Spring, Summer & Fall, 1995.

1993

LIS 450 CC, "Telecommunications." The use of the Internet and related technologies in information organizations. Spring, also taught in fall using Extramural Programs' distance video teleconferencing system.

LIS 416, "Advanced Library Automation." Pascal programming for information system applications. Summer.

1992

LIS 450 CC, "Telecommunications." The use of the Internet and related technologies in information organizations. Fall. Newly developed course.

LIS 415, "Library Automation." Introduction to the technologies of modern information organizations, their selection, implementation, and use. Summer, Fall.

LIS 416, "Advanced Library Automation." Pascal programming for information system applications. Summer. Newly revised course.

1991

LIS 415, "Library Automation." Introduction to the technologies of modern information organizations, their selection, implementation, and use. Fall. Newly revised course.

LIS 450 C, "Interactive System Design." Seminar in the human-computer interface. Fall. Newly revised course.

1990-1991 (Syracuse University)

IST 553, "Information Networking." Survey of history and use of information networks, telephone, BITNET, Internet. Hands-on use of networking software. Summer 1991; Fall 1990. Newly revised course.

IST 190, "Introduction to Information Systems." Undergraduate major core course. Fall 1990; spring 1991.

1989 (SUNY Albany)

LISP 550, "Research Methods." Survey of methodological and analytical tools. Summer 1989.

LISP 551, "Analysis of Information Populations." Introductory statistics. Summer 1989.

Most recently updated: December 2016