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Patricia Hoffman, PhD
Faculty Title
Adjunct Faculty
Software Engineering

Patricia Hoffman, PhD is a consultant concentrating in Machine Learning and Data Mining Technologies. She has over 25 years in Modeling and Simulation. Her software development experience ranges from modeling stochastic partial differential equations to image processing. She has taught a wide variety of Mathematics courses at the University of California Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz and has also taught Machine Learning and Data Mining courses at the University of California Santa Cruz – Silicon Valley Campus.

She was the Association of Computing Machinery Chair of the Data Mining Special Interest Group for the San Francisco Bay Area for five years organizing monthly lectures and five Data Mining conferences with over 350 participants.

  • Machine Learning in Action Published by Manning - technical editor
  • Scala for Machine Learning, published by Packt – technical editor
  • A unified view on the rotational symmetry of equilibria of nematic polymers, dipolar nematic polymers and polymers in higher dimensional space, Communications in Mathematical Sciences 6, 949-974
  • A Distributed Architecture for the C3 I (Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence) Collection Management Expert System, joint with Allen Rude, AIC Lockheed
  • Book Review of Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, ACM/SIGCHI Bulletin, Volume 21, Issue 2, Pages 125-128 ISSN:0736-6906, 1989