Welcome to my home page. I'm currently a computer science PhD student at the at the University of Colorado at Boulder. My research interests include natural language processing, and modeling of human language cognition.

Latest coding practice update:
Standard Library Random Numbers - This entry illustrates how to generate integer & real valued random numbers in various different programming languages using built-in/standard library routines. It also contains a survey of the underlying algorithms used to generate such random numbers in popular implementations of the given languages.

Languages: C, C++, Java, Python, Perl, Ruby, Octave, Scheme, Bourne shell.

Implementations: glibc-2.3.6 (C/C++), Java 5, CPython 2.4.2, Perl 5.8.7, Ruby 1.8.3, Octave 2.1.72, Guile 1.6.7 (Scheme), Bash 3.1 (12/25/2005)

E-mail: Daniel.Cer@cs.colorado.edu
AIM: danc271828182
Mailing: 430 UCB; Boulder, CO 80309-0430