Albert L. Baker papers
Scope and Content
This collection (1979-1990) contains Dr. Baker’s biographical information, correspondence, papers, and proposals, along with an author/license agreement.
- 1979-1997, undated
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Albert L. Baker was born in San Francisco, California on September 29, 1949. He received a B.A. (1974) in Mathematics from Drake University, and an M.S. (1976) and Ph.D. (1979) in Computer Science from Ohio State University. Prior to coming to Iowa State, Baker was an Assistant Professor (1979-1980) of Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin — La Crosse and Vice President and Director of Operations (1981-1982) of Quester (Des Moines, Iowa). He began his career at Iowa State University as an Assistant Professor (1982-1989) and was promoted to Associate Professor (1989-2001). His major areas of research included natural language text analysis and software engineering particularly specification languages and CASE Tools. He left Iowa State in 2001.
He married Betty Baker, and they had two children: Jared Frederich, and Jessie Erin.
0.63 Linear Feet (1 document box and 1 half-document box)
The collection is organized Alphabetically.
Released on 2018-11-01.
- Computer software--Development Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Iowa State University. Department of Computer Science
- RS 13/7/51. Albert L. Baker papers, 1979-1997, undated
- January 23, 2019
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