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mathematics professor

Tze Fen Li, Chinese mathematics professor. Achievements include invention of document image analysis; invention of translations signal processing; invention of pattern recognition; patents for 5401 off-line handwritten Chinese characters recognition; patents for speech recognition of 408 mandarin monosyllables. Numerous grants, National Security Council, 1989—2005.

Background

Li, Tze Fen was born on December 18, 1941 in Chungking, Szechwan, China. Arrived in the United States, 1964. Son of Chi-Hwa Li and Kuen-Eng Yu.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1962. Master of Science in Forestry, West Virginia University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, North Carolina State University, 1972.

Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics, Michigan State University, 1981.

Career

Associate professor Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, Ta-Hsi, Taiwan, 1973—1977. Statistician Michigan State Transportation, Lansing, 1979—1981. Assistant professor University North Carolina, Charlotte, 1981—1983, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, 1983—1989.

Professor Chung Hsing University, since 1989. Computer researcher Industrial Technology and Research Institute, Chutung, Taiwan, 1989—1994. Second lieutenant Taiwain Army, 1961-1962.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of document image analysis. Invention of translations signal processing. Invention of pattern recognition.

    Patents for 5401 off-line handwritten Chinese characters recognition. Patents for speech recognition of 408 mandarin monosyllables.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Walking.

Connections

Married Tai-Jan Lee Li, July 16, 1972. Children: Shih-Tzung, Shih-Honorary.

father:
Chi-Hwa Li

mother:
Kuen-Eng Yu

spouse:
Tai-Jan Lee Li

child:
Shih-Tzung Li

child:
Shih-Honorary Li