I am Clement Allen, Associate Professor for the Department of Computer and Information Sciences (CIS). I received
a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, an MS degree in Computer Science from
Howard University, and a BS in Computer Science from Morehouse College. Before pursuing my Ph.D., I worked for AT&T
Bell Laboratories for three years. Since joining the CIS department, I have obtained two grants as PI (Dell Corporation,
Procter & Gamble) and have participated in three grants as CO-PI (NSF Crest, ADSRC, and MII). I have taught courses in
Data Structures, Java Programming, and Artificial Intelligence. My research interests include spoken language understanding,
software engineering, and machine learning. I have directed two Master's students, and have served as a member of four
Stoecklin, S., Allen, C., Implementing Fowler's Analysis Validator Pattern in Java, Java Developer's Journal, September 2000, Volume 5, Issue 9.|
Weatherspoon, T., Bartholomew, K., Allen, C., A Study of User Responses in a Spoken Language System with Implicit Confirmation, Proceedings of the 38th Annual ACM Southeast Conference, Clemson, SC, April 2000.
Weatherspoon, T., Bartholomew, K., Allen, C. Experiments using a Spoken Language System with Implicit Confirmation, Proceedings of ADMI 2000, Hampton, VA, June 2000.
Bartholomew, K., Weatherspoon, T., Allen, C. A Study of User Responses in a Spoken Language System with Implicit Confirmation, Proceedings of SIGCSE 2000, Austin, TX, 2000, poster presentation.
Allen, C., Stoecklin., S., Bobbie, P., Chen, Q., Wu, P., An Architecture for Designing Distributed Spoken Dialogue Interfaces, Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference of Tools with Artificial Intelligence, Chicago, IL, November 1999.