Yoonsuck Choe's Academic Genealogy

  1. Yoonsuck Choe, Ph.D., Computer Science, 2001, University of Texas at Austin. Thesis title: "Perceptual Grouping in a Self-Organizing Map of Spiking Neurons".
  2. My advisor: Risto Miikkulainen, Ph.D., Computer Science, 1990, UCLA. Thesis title: "DISCERN: A Distributed Artificial Neural Network Model of Script Processing and Memory".
  3. His advisor: Michael Dyer, Ph.D., Computer Science, 1982, Yale University. Thesis title: "In-Depth Understanding: A Computer Model of Integrated Processing for Narrative Comprehension".
  4. His advisor: Wendy G. Lehnert, Ph.D., Computer Science, 1977, Yale University. Thesis title: "The Process of Question Answering",
  5. Her advisor: Roger C. Schank, Ph.D. Linguistics, 1969, University of Texas at Austin, Thesis Title: "A Conceptual-Dependency Representation for a Computer-Oriented Semantics"
  6. His advisor: Jacob Mey , Ph.D. Linguistics, 1959, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Thesis Title: "La catégorie du numbre en finnois moderne"
  7. His advisor: Louis Hjelmslev, M.A. Linguistics, 1932, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Thesis Title: "Études baltiques"
  8. His advisor: Holger Pedersen, Ph.D., Linguistics, 1897, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, Thesis Title: "Aspiration in Irish".
  9. His advisor: Heinrich Friedrich Zimmer, Ph.D., Indology and Sanskrit, 1878, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  10. His advisor: Rudolf von Roth, Ph.D., Semitic Linguistics, 1843, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  11. His advisors : Georg Heinrich August Ewald, Ph.D., Oriental Languages, 1823, University of Göttingen, Germany; Ferdinand Christian Baur, Theology, 1817, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  12. His advisor: Ernst Gottlieb Bengel, Theology, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  13. His advisor: Gottlob Christian Storr, Theology, 1768, University of Tübingen, Germany.
  14. His advisors: Jeremias Friedrich Reuß, Theology, Tübingen, Germany. Professor of Theology at University of Copenhagen; and Johann Friedrich Cotta
  15. Reuß's advisor: Johann Albrecht Bengel, University of Tübingen, Germany.

* Data from Mathematics Genealogy Project and Raymond Mooney's Academic Genealogy page. Wed Apr 2 15:19:26 CDT 2014