Wai Yin Mok, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Information Systems, College of Business Administration

Biography

Dr. Mok’s Complete CV

Education

  • Ph.D., Computer Science, Brigham Young University, 1996
  • M.S., Computer Science, Brigham Young University, 1992
  • B.S., Computer Science, Brigham Young University, 1990

Classes Taught


Publications

  • Wai Yin Mok, Joseph Fong, and Kenneth Wong, Designing Redundancy-Free XML Schema: A Smallest Closure Approach, Volume 24, Number 4, 2015, 29 pages
  • Laird Burns, Wai Yin Mok, and Wes N. Colley, Introducing Concurrency to Workflows: Theory and A Real-World Case Study, International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, Special Issue on Extended Papers from Science and Information Conference 2014, Pages 52–64
  • Ina Warboys, Wai Yin Mok, Karen Frith, Electronic Medical Records in Clinical Teaching, Nurse Educator, Volume 39, Number 6, November/December 2014. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Joseph Fong, and David W. Embley, Generating the fewest redundancy-free scheme trees from acyclic conceptual-model hypergraphs in polynomial time, Information Systems, Volume 41, May 2014, Pages 20-44. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Charles F. Hickman and Christopher D. Allport, Implementing Business Processes: A Database Trigger Approach, International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2013, Pages 36-55. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Joseph Fong, Wai Yin Mok, and Haizhou Li, Design Non-recursive and Redundant-Free XML Conceptual Schema with Hypergraph (Extended Abstract), Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 6637, 2011, pp 40-52. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Joseph Fong, and David W. Embley, Extracting a largest redundancy-free XML storage structure from an acyclic hypergraph in polynomial time, Information Systems Volume 35, Issue 7, November 2010, Pages 804–824. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Characterizing the MVDs That Hold in a Connected Subtree of a Join Tree: A Correction, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering Volume:20 , Issue: 3, March 2008, Pages 425-426. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Designing nesting structures of user-defined types in object-relational databases, Information and Software Technology Volume 49, Issues 9–10, September 2007, Pages 1017–1029. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, On utilizing variables for specifying FDs in data-centric XML documents, Data & Knowledge Engineering Volume 60, Issue 3, March 2007, Pages 494–510. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Prashant Palvia, and David Paper, On the computability of agent-based workflows, Decision Support Systems Volume 42, Issue 3, December 2006, Pages 1239–1253. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, and David W. Embley, Generating compact redundancy-free XML documents from conceptual-model hypergraphs, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering Volume:18 , Issue: 8, Aug. 2006, Pages 1082 – 1096. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, A comparative study of various nested normal forms, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering Volume:14 , Issue: 2, Mar/Apr 2002, Pages 369 – 385. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, and David P. Paper, Using Harel’s Statecharts to Model Business Workflows, Journal of Database Management Volume 13, Issue 3, 2002, Pages 17-34. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • David W. Embley, and Wai Yin Mok, Developing XML Documents with Guaranteed “Good” Properties, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 2224, 2001, pp 426-441. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, and David W. Embley, Using NNF to transform conceptual data models to object-oriented database designs, Data & Knowledge Engineering Volume 24, Issue 3, January 1998, Pages 313–336. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, and David W. Embley, On improving dependency implication algorithms, Information Processing Letters Volume 64, Issue 3, 14 November 1997, Pages 135–141. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, On keys and normal forms, Information Processing Letters Volume 62, Issue 5, 13 June 1997, Pages 255–258. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, Yiu-Kai Ng, and David W Embley, A normal form for precisely characterizing redundancy in nested relations, ACM Transactions on Database Systems, Volume 21 Issue 1, March 1996, Pages 77-106. Discipline-Based Scholarship
  • Wai Yin Mok, and David W. Embley, Transforming conceptual models to object-oriented database designs: Practicalities, properties, and peculiarities, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 1157, 1996, pp 309-324. Discipline-Based Scholarship