ISR Doctoral Dissertations

Title Authors Advisor Year of Publication
Lived and Imagined: Information and Storytelling in Geographic Systems Eric Kabisch Paul Dourish 2011
Re-examining Communities of Practice: Contradiction, Power and Reification in Professional Communities Hiroko Wilensky David Redmiles 2011
Modeling and Evolving Software Product Line Architectures Using Change-Sets and Relationships Scott A. Hendrickson Richard N. Taylor 2011
Theoretical and Empirical Studies of Software Development’s Role as a Design Discipline Alex Baker André van der Hoek 2011
Designing and Evaluating a Tool to Support Program Comprehension and Evaluation in AOSD Wiwat Ruengmee David Redmiles 2010
Facilitating Internet-Scale Code Retrieval Sushil Bajracharya Cristina Videira Lopes 2010
Precise and Usable Requirements Through an Interactive Model-based Approach Anna K. Winbladh Debra J. Richardson 2010
An Environment of Enabling on Demand Application Delivery Art Hitomi Richard N. Taylor 2010
SURE: Secure and Usable Requirements Engineering Jose Romero-Mariona Debra J. Richardson 2010
Creating, Maintaining and Building Task Specific Concern Map for Supporting as Needed Program Comprehension Sukanya Ratanotayanon 2010
A Framework for Privacy-Enhanced Personalization Yang Wang Alfred Kobsa 2010
Discovering and Modeling Open Source Software Processes Chris Jensen André van der Hoek 2010
Mobilizing Practice: Engaging Space, Technology and Design from a Thai Metropolis Amanda Williams Paul Dourish 2009
Reconciling Privacy and Awareness in Loosely Coupled Collaboration Sameer Patil Alfred Kobsa 2009
Temporal Patterns of Communication in the Workplace Norman Makoto Su Gloria Mark 2009