My name is Delroy Cameron and I recently defended my Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Kno.e.sis Center at Wright State University, advised by Prof. Amit P. Sheth. I previously completed a Masters in Computer Science under the guidance of Prof. I. Budak Arpinar at the LSDIS Lab at the University of Georgia (12/2007). I also obtained a Bachelors in Computer Science Technology from Savannah State University (05/2005).
My research focuses on the use of Semantic Web technologies and Text Mining techniques for knowledge representation, information extraction and knowledge discovery from both structured and unstructured text.
Sept 12, 2014 NEW!!
Our work on Context-Driven Automatic Subgraph Creation for Literature-Based Discovery has been submitted to the Journal of Biomedical Informatics Sept 1, 2014 NEW!!
Our work on A Hybrid Approach to Finding Relevant Social Media Content for Complex Domain Specific Information Needs has been resubmitted to the Journal of Web Semantics, with minor revisions August 18, 2014
I defended my Ph.D. Dissertation (video on YouTube) on ''A Context-Driven Subgraph Model for Literature-Based Discovery'' May 28, 2014
Our work on A Web-based study of lay attitudes about use of buprenorphine to self-treat opioid withdrawal symptoms has been submitted to the American Journal on Addictions May 13, 2014
A short video demo of Obvio (beta version) is now available online. Obvio is the core of my PhD dissertation research. Feb 28, 2014
Our Poster on User beliefs about buprenorphine dosing in self-treatment of opioid withdrawal symptoms has been accepted in CPDD 2014. This is our second poster in CPDD, following the Loperamide-Withdrawal Discovery [knoesis, wiki]