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Senior DeveloperAug 1991 - Apr 1995 (3 years)
The creation of Timetable Data related systems for Rail and bus hubs. A translator for non datatabled output to database system.
Consultant Problem SolverFeb 1987
The creation of solutions to a number of earstwhile insoluable problems.. One example from the transport world it was shown ( Government project ) that the cross boundary information supplied by different authorities could not be joined into meangfull datasets ( cost of project 3,000,000). By use of Hiessenbergs principle and the laws governing the transport industry I was able to resolve the issue and published and developed a process where by multiple authority sourced data does produce valid datasets.
Educational Software DesignerJun 1984 - Jun 1987 (3 years)
Development of a number of maths and english programs for Infant education purposes. The building of a number of specialist harware pieces for dissabled children.
Transport Information System DeveloperApr 1984 - Aug 1988 (4 years)
The development of an intuitive Timetable input system utilising copy past in a temporal setting. Allowing Timetable clerks to generate timetables with an ease unheard of before.
User Interface developerMay 1983 - Apr 1983 (1 month)
The creation of a graphical interface for the generation of teletext graphics within a customer facing information system
Information System Developer
The creation of a front of house information system for Hotel and tourist use.
BSc Honours Computing Science1987 - 1991 (4 years)
BSc Education Hons1987 - 1991 (4 years)
Diploma to teach Scotland1987 - 1991 (4 years)
SNC Business Studies1981 - 1982 (1 year)
Predicting cyclic behaviour in Newton Raphson Process
The Prediction of starting points within the Newton Raphson method where solutions are impossible to find, due to a cyclic behaviour found during computer simulations at summer school. The Process is now taught and examined at the OU