SMART : She has been involved in medical systems - investigating innovative devices and computer systems issues in healthcare.
Within Project Oxygen, she worked with handheld devices and in-building location systems, in particular, Cricket.
She did some work in the area of Object Oriented Databases Thor - disconnected operation and notification.
Within the Networks and Mobile Systems Group, she had the opportunity to work on the kernel implementation of Endpoint Congestion Management.
Within the Software, Devices and Systems Group , she studied some software issues related to SpectrumWare and Active Nets .
While working on mobile communications systems in The Advanced Network Architecture Group , she worked on writing grammars for SLS's voice recognition system. She also worked on a PC router based on a dual processor architecture.
In the Programming Methodology Group , Dorothy developed the compiler for Theta, the object-oriented language used in the Thor database. In her spare time she did some Unix system administration.
Dorothy supports some web based systems for decision support, including SuperUROP for the EECS Department and faculty search.
Dorothy also does some Systems Administration on the side for the Database Group and the Networks and Mobile Systems Group.
dcurtis at csail.mit.edu