Object Oriented Programming Expert in Mathematical Software
An object oriented programming expert was needed for a patent infringement action involving computer software for data analysis. Object-oriented programming, also known as OOP, is a programming paradigm that uses objects and their interactions to design applications and computer programs. The software in question allowed the user to manipulate data models via a graphical user interface, or GUI. This is highly useful for technical computing and model-based design industries.
IMS ExpertServices was asked to locate an object oriented programming expert with significant experience in computational science and mathematical software. The expert was required to be knowledgeable of Java technology and user interface technologies.
This computer consulting expert is the author or co-author of more than 500 technical articles and books on computing, including several on object oriented programming technology. He is an internationally-recognized expert witness in software methodologies. He has been working with Java since it first emerged. As an expert witness, he has served on several cases involving software project failures and intellectual property. He received his degree in applied mathematics from MIT and is a member of IEEE. IMS Reference #4999870
Object Oriented Programming
This expert in object oriented programming has been professionally programming for 20 years and is a renowned speaker and consultant on C++ and Java. He has written five books and published over 150 articles on object oriented programming technology. Currently he provides consulting services on object oriented programming projects. This expert holds a B.S. in applied physics and an M.S. in Computer Engineering. IMS Reference #4998254
This computer science expert has co-authored several journals and conference papers on object oriented programming and analysis. He is a professor in the Computer Science Department at MIT where his expertise is in computational science and engineering, mathematical software, and numerical analysis. His research interests include scientific component libraries, generic programming, high performance computing, and scalable mathematical software. He earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT. IMS Reference #5015209