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Dr. Herbert Freeman is a computer scientist who made important contributions to the field of automatic label placement, computer graphics, including spatial anti-aliasing, and machine vision.

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Personal life

Herbert Freeman was born Herbert Freimann in Frankfurt, Germany on December 13, 1925. Freeman's parents, Leo and Johanna, and his brother, Henry, emigrated to the United States in 1936. Herbert was diagnosed with tuberculosis, and was unable to join his family in the United States until 1938. He married Joan Sleppin in 1955 and they had three children, Nancy, Susan, and Robert.

Career in Computer Science

Freeman held many professorial posts such as in RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), NYU, and Rutgers University. Freeman is the recipient of several awards, including the IEEE Computer Society's Pioneer award (1999). Freeman is also a Fellow of the ACM, a Life Fellow of the IEEE, and a Guggenheim Fellow. Professor Freeman is also the founder of MapText, Inc.

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Herbert Freeman Wikipedia


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