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Software developer for the Global Hydrology Resource Center, which was formerly the Marshall Space Flight Center Distributed Active Archive Center (MSFC DAAC).
Experience with the JAVA language for WWW user interface development.
Experience with C programming in the UNIX and PC environments. (1987 - Present)
Experience with the UNIX operating system. (1987 - Present)
In depth knowledge of Oracle Relational Database Management System, including high-level language interface using embedded SQL. (1988 - Present).
Experience with UNIX system administration. (1991 - Present)
Experience with user interface development in X-Windows/Motif using X Library and X Toolkit calls and by using the UIM/X interface builder.
Have developed software in the OS/2, MS-DOS, and MVS/TSO/ISPF environments, and have had several years of experience with FORTRAN, and am knowledgeable of all programming languages in general. (1985 - Present)
Experience with development and use of visualization software.
Experience with HTML and in setting up WWW servers.
Experience building user interfaces using the JAM user-interface builder from JYACC. Attended a JAM training class in Boston, September 1993.
Have written assembly language level programs and subroutines for IBM PC (Intel 80x86) compatible computers and IBM 370 family mainframes. (1986-1992)
Have made significant modifications to the EOSDIS V0 IMS server at the MSFC DAAC to improve the server's handling of browse product requests, including addition of automatic staging of browse products from the optical disc jukebox archive. 1992, 1996, 1997
Developed the optical disk jukebox access software for the Marshall Space Flight Center Distributed Active Archive Center. The software provides read and write routines that use a database for cataloging locations of files and provides a logical method of grouping files by dataset, regardless of physical location on the platters. 1993-1999
Primary developer of the local character-based user interface for the Marshall Space Flight Center Distributed Active Archive Center (MSFC DAAC). The interface provided the capability of executing directory and inventory searches and allowed users to place orders for data, and was integrated with the EOSDIS V0 IMS. 1993-1995
Developed a driver to print McIDAS color images on a Hewlett Packard Paintjet printer, which provided a low-cost method of producing color hard-copies and overhead transparencies of McIDAS images. 1990-1992
Was involved in the development of the Interactive Data Integration and Management System for the Earth Science and Applications Division at the Marshall Space Flight Center. This software cataloged all the data available on mass-storage and tape within the division and allowed scientists to interactively retrieve the data to disk or directly into the McIDAS visualization software. 1988-1994
Developed software and performed research that contributed to the development of a browse facility for Earth Science remote sensing data, described in
Meyer, Paul J., 1993, "A Browse Facility for Earth Science Remote Sensing Data -- Center Director's Discretionary Fund Final Report (Project 91-09)", Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama, May 1993
Tanner, Steve, S. Graves, R. Ramachandran, M. Alshayeb, E. Criswell, A. McDowell, M. McEniry, and K. Regner, On-Board Mining in the Sensor Web, National Science Foundation Workshop on Next Generation Data Mining, Baltimore, Maryland, November 1-3, 2002.
Graves, Sara J., S. F. Williams, and E. A. Criswell, 1990, "An Object-Oriented Approach to the Management of Meteorological and Hydrological Data," Preprints, Sixth Annual Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Anaheim, February 5-9, 1990, pp. 84-88.
Hinke, Thomas H., John Rushing, Shalini Kansal, Sara J. Graves, Heggere Ranganath, and Evans Criswell, 1997, "Eureka Phenomena Discovery and Phenomena Mining System," Proceedings: 13th International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems (IIPS) for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, Long Beach, California, February 1997.
M.S. in Computer Science, University of Alabama in Huntsville, 1989
B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, 1987, Graduated with Distinction and Special Honors. GPA=3.95
Research Associate, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, September 19, 1989 - Present
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL, April 18, 1988 - September 18, 1989
Substitute Teacher, Polk School District, Cedartown, GA, January 1988 - March 1988
Computer Lab Assistant, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, June 1986 - December 1987