William G. Griswold
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA 92093-0404

Office:  3118 EBU3b
FedEx: EBU3b building, 2nd floor, room 2272

Phone: +1 (858) 534-6898

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Fax: +1 (858) 534-7029

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Publications

CitiSense - Adaptive Services for Community-Driven Behavioral and Environmental Monitoring

Ubiquitious Computing and Social Dynamics research group

UCSD ActiveCampus (archive)

WIISARD SAGE - Scalable Wireless Internet Information System for Response in Disasters.
  Check out Reality Flythrough!

Ubiquitous Presenter - Classroom Technology for Participatory Learning.

 The Software Evolution Lab

 Programming Systems Group

 Class and Project Links

 Stuff about me

 Musings and Advice

      


I'm fascinated by the challenges of constructing large, complex software systems – software engineering. I'm especially interested in the evolution (e.g., enhancement) of large software systems, which is driven by unpredictable market forces, including the creative spark of innovation and the user's appetite for leading-edge functionality.

My research in this area largely comprises two topics, infrastructure for ubiquitous computing and the invention of new programming tools, most recently in the area of aspect-oriented software development. The latter is often aided the application of leading-edge compiler technology. My ubicomp work can be found at activecampus.ucsd.edu. I also have an active educational technology program supported by my ubicomp and SE work. Check out the UCSD Software Evolution Lab's page for my projects on tool-assisted program restructuring, visualization of latent program structure, software architecture for evolving systems, and whole-program analysis techniques for program understanding and restructuring.



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