Alan Cline is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Computer Science. In 2005, Dr. Cline was elected to the Academy of Distinguished Teachers and in 2010, he was awarded the University of Texas Regents Outstanding Teachers Award. Previously, Dr. Cline has served as Southern Regional Director for the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. His research interests include numerical analysis, scientific computing, and mathematical software.
Cline, A. K., & Dhillon, I. S.. 2006. Handbook of Linear Algebra. CRC Press.
A. K. Cline, D. H. King, J. M. Meyering. 1 June 1992. Routing and Scheduling Coast Guard Buoy TendersInforms Journal on Applied Analytics. 56-72.
A.K. Cline, R. J. Renka. 1990. A Constrained Two Dimensional Triangulation and the Solution of Closest Node Problems in the Presence of Barriers. Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. 1305-1321.
A.K. Cline, R. J. Renka . 1984. Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics. 199-140.
A.K. Cline, R. J. Renka. 1941. A Triangle-based Interpol C1 Interpolation Method. Rocky Mountain Mathematics Consortium. 223-238.
Awards & Honors
University of Texas Regents Outstanding Teachers Award
Jean Holloway Award for Excellence in Teaching
Election to the Academy of Distinguished Teachers
David Bruton, Jr. Centennial Professor Emeritus in Computer Sciences #2, Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus