- Position: Completed Ph.D. in June 1996
- Area: Software Engineering
- Group: Arcadia
- Advisor: Richard N. Taylor
- Electronic Mail: self@ICS.UCI.EDU
My dissertation involved designing a methodology for understanding
executions of concurrent programs using techniques combining both
trace-based dynamic analysis and static concurrency analysis.
To demonstrate my approach I implemented a prototype tool called
SADCPU (Static Concurrency Analysis as an aid to Dynamic Concurrent Program
While at UCI I implemented AFLEX, a lexical analyzer generator based on
the GNU flex utlity, but written in Ada and generates Ada code. I continue
to do some maintenance of this, as well as a corresponding YACC-like parser
generation tool called AYACC, that is also written in Ada and generates
I am a Senior Principal Engineer at
BAE SYSTEMS in Rancho Bernardo, CA, near San Diego. I am in
software engineering, working with multilanguage programs (mixed Ada
and C++), distributed systems (CORBA and RPC), and Graphical User
I have also been an occasional instructor for the
UCI Extension Information Technologies
Program , teaching UNIX related courses.
Bicycling, weights, running, tennis, sailing, skiing, movies.
Department of Information and Computer Science,
University of California, Irvine CA 92717-3425