Eric E. Sumner

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Abstmct-The Sees&t@ software visualization system allows one to analyze up to 50 000 lines of code simultaneously by mapping each line of code into a thin row. The color of each row indicates a statistic of interest, e.g., red rows are those most recently changed, and blue are those least recently changed. Seesoft displays data derived from a variety of(More)
We describe Pad++, a zoomable graphical sketchpad that we are exploring as an alternative to traditional window and icon-based interfaces. We discuss the motivation for Pad++, describe the implementation, and present some of the differences between Pad++ and the standard Tk Canvas widget. INTRODUCTION Imagine that the computer screen is made of a sheet of a(More)
I remember my first experience with Office Automation. Of course, I didn't know at the time to call it that. I just called it electronic mail. Exchanging messages with groups of people that I worked with was a great time saver. I also remember my frustration when I found out that I couldn't send mail outside my own department. My secretary had her first(More)
  • References, R Wilson, +33 authors Seesoft
  • 1997
This paper presents the preliminary design of SUIF Explorer, a system that uses state-ofthe-art parallelization analysis to guide a programmer in developing and optimizing efficient parallel code. It alleviates the tedious process of performance debugging by analyzing the results from both the SUIF compiler [1] and execution analyzers and presenting(More)
I know in my heart-of-hearts that computer security is important, but I have to admit that there are times when living with my company's security policies can be quite an annoyance. For example, my computer periodically insists that I change my password every few months. If I don't, it tells me “Password expired, choose a new one:” and forces(More)
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