Graduate students of Timothy C. Lethbridge
The following are my current and former graduate students and their
theses. They are in reverse chronological order by date of defense.
If you are interested in becoming a graduate student of mine, please
click here to read about the kind of students I am seeking
I can supervise students studying in the following programs: 1)
(Computer Science), 2) OCIECE
(Software engineering aspects of
computer engineering), 3) System
Current graduate students
If you are a current or accepted graduate student, you will have a page on Dr. Lethbridge's Cruise group private wiki for developing your thesis objectives. Please request your account and page if you do not have one yet. You should also have an account for managing thesis and paper versions on Dr. Lethbridge's private svn server.
Former students who have completed their theses
- Ali Fatolahi (PhD, 2012): An Abstract Meta-model for Model Driven Development of Web Applications Targeting Multiple Platforms. Co-supervised with Stéphane Somé.
- Omar Badreddin (PhD, 2012): A Manifestation of Model-Code Duality:
Facilitating the Representation of State Machines in the
Umple Model-Oriented Programming Language
- Andrew Forward (PhD, 2010): The Convergence of Modeling and Programming: Facilitating the Representation of Attributes and Associations in the Umple Model-Oriented Programming Language
- Julian Solano (Masters, Systems Science, 2010): Exploring How Model Oriented Programming can be Extended to the UI Level
- Jenya Levin (MCS, 2010): System Generation for Time and Activity Management Product Lines
- Dusan Brestovansky: Exploring Textual Modeling Using the Umple Language
- Mehrdad Nojoumian:
Document Engineering of Complex Software Specifications
M.Sc., Computer Science, Expected Spring
- Hanna Farah:
Applying Cognitive Patterns to Support Software Tool Development.
M.A.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Defended December
- Adam Murray: Discourse Structure of Software
Explanation: Snapshot Theory, Cognitive Patterns and Grounded Theory
Methods. Ph.D. Computer Science, Defended September 2006
- Abdelwahab Hamou-Lhadj: Techniques to Simplify
Execution Traces for Program Comprehension. Ph.D.
Computer Science, Defended Autumn 2005
- Maksym Nozin:
A Privacy Framework to Provide Users with Control, Accuracy and
M.Sc. Computer Science. Defended August 2005
- Bo Zhao: An Enriched Web Services Client
Architecture for Management and
Sharing of Context. M.Sc. Systems Science. Defended Spring
- Lianjiang (Eric) Fu: Exploration and Visualization
Large Execution Traces. M.Sc. Computer Science, Defended May
- Xuyen On: Web Based Interactive Charts for
Large Datasets. M.Sc. Computer Science, Completed March
- Rana Khartabil: User-Centered Design and
of a Dynamic Biochemical Pathway Visualization Tool, M.Sc. Computer
- Jelber Sayyad Shirabad: Supporting Software
Maintenance by Mining Software Update Records. Ph.D. Computer
2003. The same thing in pdf
- LiQun (Grace) Wang: Animated Exploring of Huge
Software Systems. M.Sc. Systems Science, 2002
- Andrew Forward: Software Documentation:
and Maintaining Artefacts of Communication. M.Sc. Computer Science,
- Iyad Zayour: Reverse Engineering: A Cognitive
Approach, a Case Study and a Tool. Ph.D. Computer Science, 2002.
same thing in pdf format.
- Huixiang Liu: Intelligent Search Techniques for
Large Software Systems. M.Sc. Computer Science, 2001. The same
thing in pdf format.
- Francisco Herrera: A Usability Study of the
Software Exploration Tool. M.Sc. Computer Science, 1999. The
thing in pdf format.
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