Elaine Bolton is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at ImageX University. She received his PhD from the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia, and was a postdoctoral research associate in the TEAMCORE research group at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Southern California.
Much of her research is addressing computational problems arising in big data and information systems, including the efficient computation of solution concepts such as Nash equilibrium, Stackelberg equilibrium and correlated equilibrium, as well as applications of theoretic computation to real-world domains such as large-scale infrastructure security and electronic commerce.
Pd.D. -University of British Columbia
B.A. - ImageX University
School of Arts & Science
Informational Systems Theory
Systems theory, information quality, decision making, and the organizational role of information systems are introduced. Information technology including computing and telecommunications systems, are stressed. Concepts of organizations, information systems growth, and process improvements are introduced.
|Section ID||Faculty Member||Location||Schedule||Start/End dates|
|2301-FALL-1||Samuel Brown, Ph.D||EWB-2 RM-234||T/Th 4-5PM|
|2301-FALL-2||Elaine Bolton, Ph.D||NSB-1 RM222||W/Fr 9:30-10:30AM|
|2301-SUMMER 01||Elaine Bolton, Ph.D||NWB-2 RM233||Th/F 10-11AM|
|2301-WINTER-1||Samuel Brown, Ph.D||West B-1 RM 110||W 10AM & M 9AM|