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Associate Professor
Electrical & Computer Engineering College of Engineering
University of Florida
P.O. Box 116130
430 CSE Building
Gainesville, FL 32611-6130

Phone: (352) 392-2639
FAX: (352) 392-0044
Email: arroyo@mil.ufl.edu

Picture of A. Antonio Arroyo
A. Antonio Arroyo

Description of Research
Dr. Arroyo's research focuses on Artificial Intelligence: Expert system development, AI software tools, Knowledge Representation formalisms and tools, Natural Language Interfaces, Logic and Logic Programming, FP Systems, AI Languages (LISP, Prolog, Scheme, etc.), User interfaces, user models, automatic programming. Object-Oriented Systems: Smalltalk, C++, LOOPS, OOP design, OOP environments. Digital Signal Processing: Characterization of the singing voice, vibrato, violin vibrato, spectral analysis, biomedical signal processing. Multimedia: education, textbook development, teaching, computer-aided education. Digital Systems: design, microcomputers and microprocessors, digital specification design tools, assembly language programming, embedded systems. Commercial Software Development: Payroll systems, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Equipment Rental Systems, Inventory, Job Costing, General Ledger, Estimation, Automatic Report generation, etc.

Recent Papers or Publications
Taner, M., Y. Aksoy and A. A. Arroyo, "An Expert System for Academic Counseling," Applied Artificial Intelligence, 5 1991, pp. 267-280.

Rothman, H. R., J. F. Rullman, A. A. Arroyo, "Internal Intra Subject changes in Vibrato-Perceptual and Acoustic Aspects," Journal of Voice, 4, 1990, pp. 3093-3096.

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