Jerry L. Potter
Emeritus Professor of Computer Science
Dr. Potter has taught at Kent
for over 22 years. During his career, he
has taught such courses as Introduction to Computer Science (in C and C++), algorithms,
data structures, programming languages, compilers, artificial intelligence, assembly
language, image processing, graphics, expert systems and databases.
He is the primary developer of the
Associative Computing Paradigm, related languages and algorithms. He is the author of “ASSOCIATIVE COMPUTING”
(Plenum Publishers, February 1992), a research monograph.
Jerry received his Bachelors degree
from the University of Iowa,
his Masters from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken,
N.J. and his PhD from the University
of Wisconsin, Madison.
He has worked at IDA's Supercomputing
Goodyear Aerospace, Xerox Research, and Bell Telephone Laboratories.
He is currently enjoying his early retirement,
but hopes to continue teaching in a research rich environment.
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Retired, currently teaching no courses.
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Interactive Problem Solving
Overview of ASC – associative computing
Description of Anglish/ACE.
Associative Computing (Masc)
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