P. Maurer's Website, DGL, FHDL, Education, Research
Peter M. Maurer: Home Page
Professor Maurer's research interests include GPS Applications, Component Level Design, Metamorphic programming, VLSI Design automation, VLSI Design, Random Software Testing, Computer Architecture, and Parallel Processing.
Current technical reports can be downloaded from the following web page:
Older technical reports are available here:
Mature Software Packages
The objective of this project is to provide information about the art of metamorphic programming, and ultimately a collection of tools that will assist programmers in creating metamorphic programs.
Component Level Programming
There will be some stuff here eventually. For right now, check out the research page by clicking the button on the left.
Random Data Generation
Also, see the DGL page (see buttons on the left)
Theory of Algorithms
This project contains overhead slides for a complete course in the Theory of Algorithms. Not every topic is touched upon. I don't deal much with algorithmic styles nor do I deal with program proofs. If you would like to contribute to this project, E-Mail me your slides. I'll give you credit for them if I post them here.
I created these electronic picture books to share some of my favorite pictures with others.
They are hosted on a non-Baylor site.
These are some stories I wrote for my children. They are hosted on a non-Baylor site.
I have created an extensive set of tools for the benefit of the geocaching community. This material is hosted on a non-Baylor site.