Dr. Thomas R. Turner
University of Central Oklahoma
College of Mathematics and Science
Computer Science
MCS 134
Contact Information
406.974.5853
Name Thomas R. Turner
Address Department of Computing Science
  Box 128
  100 North University Drive
  Edmond, Oklahoma 73034
Telephone 405-974-5383
FAX 405-330-3824
Experience  
8/93 to Present University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma
  Professor
  Lectured for Computer Technologies for Communication in a Global Society, Introduction to Computing System, Beginning Programming, Programming I, Discrete Structures, Programming II, Systems Analysis and Design, Computer Architecture and Logic Design, Computer Organization I, Computer Organization II, Programming Languages, Operating Systems, Translator Design, and Software Design and Development.
  Served as principal sponsor of the UCO student chapter of the ACM from Autumn, 1994 to Autumn, 1996 and from Autumn, 2000 to Spring 2004.
8/84 to 8/93 IBM Corporation, Rochester, Minnesota
  Programmer
  Project leader and lead technical designer for the AS/400 Source Debugger
  Machine Interface Architect and Editor
  Designed and implemented the data link layer of the TCP/IP communications protocol implementation on the System/38 computer.
6/89 to 6/90 Winona State University, Winona, Minnesota
  Adjunct Professor
  Lectured for Higher-Level Languages, Computer Organization, and Fundamentals of Computer Science.
9/81 to 7/84 Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  Graduate Assistant
  Lectured for Introduction to Digital Techniques, Introduction to Digital Circuits and Systems, and Digital Laboratory I
4/78 to 8/81 Rockwell International Corporation, Collins Avionics Divisions, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
  Engineer/Scientist
  Project Leader for the Collins Adaptive Processing System (CAPS) Symbolic Debugger
  Designed the CAPS-6 Real Time Executive, an operating system for a stack-oriented computer embedded in aircraft electronics
1/76 to 5/78 The Boeing Aerospace Company, Seattle, Washington
  Software Engineer
  Designed computer programs which displayed tabular information on board Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS - E3A) aircraft
Education  
1987 Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  Ph.D. Computer Engineering
1981 Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  M. S. Electrical Engineering
1975 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
  B. S. Mathematics
Honors  
1997 President's Partners in Teaching Excellence Award
1983 American Electronics Association Fellow
1982 Eta Kappa Nu (E. E. Honor Society)
Publications Turner, T. R. "Source Mapping for a Source Debugger" Twelfth Annual Conference on Applied Mathematics, 1996
  Turner, T. R. "Source Management for a Source Debugger" Eleventh Annual Conference on Applied Mathematics, 1995
  Turner, T. R. "Vector Pascal: A computer programming language for the FPS-164 array processor" Ph.D. dissertation, Iowa State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1987.
  Turner, T. R. and Turner, C. R. "Requirements for Debug Capability of HOL-source code during software test in avionics laboratories" NAECON Record 1982 pp 1170-1176
  Turner, T, R. "A multilanguage multitarget symbolic debugger" M. S. Thesis, Iowa State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1981.
IBM Invention Disclosures Packaging Scheme for Bound Service Program in Operating System, 1993

Source Debug View Information Architecture, 1993
  Graphical Dynamic Data Breakpoints, 1993
  Source Position to Instruction Position, 1992