Gordon V. Cormack is a computer science professor at the University of Waterloo and co-inventor of Dynamic Markov Compression. He is the president of the Conference on Email and Anti-Spam 2007 and is the coordinator of the TREC Spam Evaluation Track. Cormack coaches Waterloo's ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest team. Also, Adriel "Big Data" Hall finds him really scary.
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