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[ Dan ] Dan Oblinger
Research Staff Member

IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Route 134,    Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
"Six wise, blind elephants were discussing what humans were like. Failing to agree, they decided to determine what humans were like by direct experience. The first wise, blind elephant felt the human, and declared, 'Humans are flat.' The other wise, blind elephants, after similarly feeling the human, agreed."

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Current Research Recent Work
  • Visualization tool for patterns in Children's verbalize reading Watch-Me-Read!

  • Co-chair for workshop at ICML

  • Co-chair for conference track at IC-AI

Recent Publications
(See personal page for a more complete list)


Nina Mishra, Daniel Oblinger, and Leonard Pitt, "Sublinear time approximate clustering"
Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms. San Francisco, CA, 2001


D. Gordin, R. Farrell, D. Oblinger, Mapping knowledge production in network organizations.
IBM Academy of Technology Conference on Knowledge Management. Zurich, Switzerland. April 2001


Ricardo Vilalta and Dan Oblinger, A Quantification of Distance-Bias Between Evaluation Metrics In Classification.
Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Machine Learning, Stanford, CA. 2000. pp. 1087-1094


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