University of Southern California

Daniel O'Leary
Professor of Accounting

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

Phone: 
213-740-4856
Education: 
PhD, Case Western Reserve University; MBA, University of Michigan; BS, Bowling Green University

Overview

Dan O'Leary has published articles in Management Science, Decision Sciences, IEEE Intelligent Systems, IEEE Computer, International Journal of Human and Computer Studies, Communications of the ACM, and Decision Support Systems. He served as editor of IEEE Intelligent Systems and the International Journal of Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management, and on the editorial board of Enterprise Information Systems, Expert Systems with Applications: An International Journal, International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, Information Technology and Management, and Journal of Information Systems. Prior to completing his PhD, he worked in consulting for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co.

Research

Internal Corporate Prediction Markets: 'From each according to his bet" 2013
AI and Big Data 2013
Expert Systems 2008
Intelligent Guessing 2006
Different Firms, Different Ontologies, and No One Best Ontology 2000
Supporting Decisions about Transborder Data Flows 2000
The Use of Formal Methods for Specifying KBS: The Case of Business Systems 2000
Knowledge Management Systems: Converting and Connecting 1998
The Use of Mathematical Programming to Verify Rule-based Knowledge 1996
AI and Navigation on the Internet and Intranet 1996
Guest Editor Introduction to Conference on AI Applications 1996
Short Run Financial Planning Using Embedded Processing Networks 1995
The Impact of Semantic Ambiguity on Bayesian Weights 1995
Towards a History of Applied AI, I 1995
Towards a History of Applied AI, II 1995
Validating Heterogeneous and Competing Knowledge Bases Using a Blackbox Approach 1995
Verification and Validation of Knowledge-Based Systems: Multiple Agent Systems and Models 1994
A Fuzzy-Set Approach for Analyzing the Validation of Expert Systems in a Multiple Agent Environment 1994
Artifacts: Toward a Theory of Verification and Validation 1994
A Generalized Network Modeling System for Financial Applications 1993
AI in Business I: Applications, Representation, Acquisition and Explanation 1993
Issues in Expert Systems Security 1993
Semantic Ambiguity in Expert Systems: A Probability Model of Data Categorization as Evidence 1993
Verifying and Validating Expert Systems 1993
Single and Multiple Period Decision Models for Analysis of Quality and Quantity of Validation 1992
Measuring the Quality of a Computer Program's Performance 1992
On Bankruptcy Information Systems 1992
On the Representation of Source Reliability Through Weights on Rules 1992
AI in Business 1991
Faciliting Probability Judgments with Implications for Knowledge Acquisition 1991
A Knowledge-based System for Cash Flow Analysis: With Implications for Structuring DSS: With Extensions for System Learning and Knowledge Acquisition 1991
On Representation of Source Reliability in Weight of Evidence 1991
Security in Expert Systems 1990
Measuring and Managing Complexity in Knowledge-based Systems: A Network and Mathematical Programming Approach 1990
Use of Penalties in a Branch and Bound Procedure for the Fixed Change Transportation Problem 1989
Review of "Applied Expert Systems" by Turban and Watkins' 1989
The Impact and Representation of Information System Reliability on Cost Variance Decisions 1989
On the Representation and Impact of Reliability on Expert System Weights 1988
Review of "Accounting Information Systems and Business Organizations, Fourth Edition" by Cushing and Romney 1987
Knowledge Acquisition for Small Scale Expert Systems from Consulting Experts: A Field Study Approach 1987
Expert Systems in Mathematical Programming 1986
A Mathematical Programming Approach to the Hospital Cash Management Problem and Extensions 1982