My name is James M. Tucker. I hold a PhD from the University of Toronto. I have a background in computational and historical linguistics, and I specialize in Natural Language Processing and Data Science. Outside of my research and work, I enjoy playing tennis, reading, and travel. My recent fascination takes up Markov Chains, Chaos Theory, and the nexus between statistics and data-driven decision models.
To learn more about my research and current projects, I encourage you to explore my site. Make yourself at home. You can find some of my publications under Curriculum Vitae above and some of my current projects under Portfolio. I also blog about my research in its various stages.