PhD Graduates

1992

  • Gaynor Legge

    Spring 1992
    Dissertation:
    A Mechanism for Facilitating Temporal Reasoning in Discrete Event Simulation
    Major Professor(s):
    Dana L. Wyatt
  • Ricardo Alberto Munoz

    Spring 1992
    Dissertation:
    Using Normal Deduction Graphs in Common Sense Reasoning
    Major Professor(s):
    Chao-Chih Yang
    Job Title and Company:
    Enterprise Data Architect at Gartner

1991

  • Kyung Hee An

    Summer 1991
    Dissertation:
    Concurrent Pattern Recognition and Optical Character Recognition

1989

  • Raweewan Auepanwiriyakul

    Spring 1989
    Dissertation:
    Inheritance Problems in Object-Oriented Database
    Major Professor(s):
    Kathleen M. Swigger
    Job Title and Company:
    Associate Professor and Director of Library and Information Center at the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) in Bangkok, Thailand

1988

  • Larry Eugene Albright

    Summer 1988
    Dissertation:
    Computer Realization of Human Music Cognition
    Major Professor(s):
    Kathleen M. Swigger
    Job Title and Company:
    Institute Fellow at American Institute for Research
  • Lloyd Allen Smith

    Summer 1988
    Dissertation:
    Speech Recognition Using a Synthesized Codebook
    Major Professor(s):
    Kathleen M. Swigger
    Job Title and Company:
    Professor of Computer Science at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO
  • Kwok Bun Yue

    Summer 1988
    Dissertation:
    Semaphore Solutions for General Mutual Exclusion Problems
    Major Professor(s):
    Roy T. Jacob
    Job Title and Company:
    Professor of Computer Science at University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, TX

1987

  • Charles Warren Moseley

    Fall 1987
    Dissertation:
    A Timescale Estimating Model for Rule-Based Systems
    Major Professor(s):
    Charles B. Hammons
    Job Title and Company:
    Professor of Computer Science at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, OK
  • Douglas Lee Hall

    Summer 1987
    Dissertation:
    A Comparative Analysis of Guided vs. Query-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) Using a CERA Knowledge Base
    Major Professor(s):
    Kathleen M. Swigger
    Job Title and Company:
    Retired from the CS Dept. at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio in December 2012 after 27 years (20 as Department Chair) and is now working with the Peace Corps in Guyana helping the country develop its educational IT program in the Essequibo Region

1986

  • Larry Dale Atwood

    Fall 1986
    Dissertation:
    Independent Quad Trees
    Major Professor(s):
    Thomas Irby
    Job Title and Company:
    Professor in the Department of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine and Senior Geneticist for the Framingham Heart Study

1985

  • Clifford Grenville Burgess

    Summer 1985
    Dissertation:
    A Graphical Database-Querying Interface for Casual, Naive Computer Users
    Major Professor(s):
    Kathleen M. Swigger
    Job Title and Company:
    Retired Computer Science Professor (University of Southern Mississippi) on June 2011 after 26 years. Now a professional photographer

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