Data Science
David Tanzer

I am a quantitatively oriented software engineer, with a Ph.D. in computer science from NYU Courant and a B.A. in math from the University of Pennsylvania. For the past fifteen years I have worked for various financial companies, and am presently working as independent consultant based in New York City.

Blog articles

Petri net programming, Azimuth Blog, October 2012.

Petri net programming (part 2): An introduction to Stochastic Petri Nets, Azimuth Blog, December 2012.

Petri net programming (part 3): The role of differential equations, Azimuth Blog, April 2013.

Prospects for a Green Mathematics, John Baez and David Tanzer, Mathematics of Planet Earth Blog, February 2013.

Computer science publications

Queryable Acyclic Production Systems, David Tanzer and Dennis Shasha, Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM), 1999.

Queryable Expert Systems, doctoral thesis, NYU 2001, advisor Dennis Shasha.

A Survey of Constraint Relational Databases, doctoral survey paper, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, November 1998.


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