Brendan Del Favero
Hello and welcome! You can find information on this page about my research,
my interests, my side businesses,
my history, and how to contact
I am a Graduate Student in Engineering-Economic
Systems at Stanford University,
researching the use of Bayesian inference in information retrieval. My advisor
I am also interested in likelihood-weighting simulation in Bayesian networks
and in file formats for Bayesian netowrks and models in general.
Here is a list of my publications. The citations will be available here
shortly in Endnote format and in BibTeX format.
Bayesian Networks to Information Retrieval" by Robert Fung and
Brendan Del Favero. In Communications of the ACM, March, 1995.
I spend much of my time in front of keyboards.
I am a docent at the Jasper
Ridge Biological Preserve, a wonderful educational resource located
on the far end of the Stanford campus
In my spare time, I enjoy riding my bike and playing the piano and organ.
Businesses (or hobbies?)
I am available to play organ or piano for church events such as Sunday services
I can help answer a wide variety of questions concerning Macintosh hardware,
repairs, upgrades, and software.
Web Page Design
I can help you design, set up, and maintain a Web page. Check out my work
on the Stanford
Newman Home Page.
I was raised in Clifton,
NJ, and educated at Choate Rosemary
Hall, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
How to contact
You can send me e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated July 11, 1998