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Tatiana Malyuta

Assoicate Professor

Computer Systems Technology Department

New York City College of Technology

Tatiana started her career in Ukraine. Her research, industry and teaching experience and interests are connected to data and databases. She has a PhD in Computer Science, and her doctoral thesis dealt with presentation and management of imprecise data in relational databases. She participated in design and implementation of databases for numerous information systems in Ukraine and later in USA. Her latest projects involve design and implementation of metadata and ontology for special applications:

  • Downtown Brooklyn project that prototypes a media-rich interactive navigation system in a media-rich document environment at New York City College of Technology.
  • NSF Small Business Innovation Research Award 0060675 “Maximum Entropy Data De-Duplication” and Phase II 0216213 “A Machine Learning Approach to Approximate Record Matching” at ChoiceMaker Technologies Ltd.

Currently Tatiana is an Associate Professor of Computer Systems Technology Department of the New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York where she is coordinating and teaching advanced database courses. She wrote a textbook “Physical Design and Implementation of Relational Databases” and conducts a scientific colloquium on newest data technologies.

See also Dr. Malyuta’s Ontolog Invited presentations:

  • Ontolog "Database And Ontology" Mini-Series "Interaction of Ontology and Database in the Information System" - ConferenceCall_2007_05_10
  • Ontolog "Database And Ontology" Mini-Series Kick-off Session - ConferenceCall_2006_10_12