Gregory Alan Silver
What classes do you teach at Anderson
Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Computer Networking, Database Management, Systems Analysis and Design, Current Topics in CIS (Computer Information Systems)
What year did you start teaching at AU
Why teach at AU?
Working at Anderson University gives me the opportunity share my knowledge of computer science and information systems with students in an environment where the Christian faith is respected.
What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?
I enjoy seeing students develop skills that will help them become competent computing professionals.
How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?
While theory will be taught, it will be accompanied by a lot of hands-on application.
Gregory Silver, John Miller, Gregory Baramidze, Maria Hybinette, Will York (2010). DeMO: An Ontology for Discrete-event Modeling and Simulation, Simulation: Transactions for the Society of Modeling and Simulation International. SAGE Publications.
Silver, G., K. Bellipady, J. Miller, W. York, and K. Kochut. (December 2009). Supporting Interoperability Using the Discrete-event Modeling Ontology (DeMO). 2009 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC’09), Austin, TX. Proceeding and presentation.
Silver, G., O. Al-haj Hassan, and J. Miller. (December 2007). From Domain Ontologies to Modeling Ontologies to Simulation Models. 2007 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC’07), Washington, DC. Proceedings and presentation
Silver, G., L. Lacy, and J. Miller (December 2006). Ontology Based Representations of Simulation Models Following the Process Interaction World View. 2006 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC’06), Monterey, California. Proceedings and presentation
Senthilanand Chandrasekara, John A. Miller, Gregory Silver, I. Budak Arpinar, Amit P. Sheth. (Spring 2003). Performance Analysis and Simulation of Composite Web Services. Electronic Markets: The International Journal of Electronic Commerce and Business Media (EM), Special Issue on Web Services, Ronald Klueter and Heiko Ludwig (Guest Editors), Vol. 13, No. 2 pp 18-30. Taylor and Francis Publishing.