Michael Scott Brown
Program Chair of the Software Engineering Master’s at University of Maryland University College
Areas of expertise
- - Software Engineering
- - Software Quality
- - Artificial Intelligence
A Survey of the use of Genetic Algorithms in Structural Testing. Michael Brown, et al. Agile Method Software Development Estimation Biases. Michael Brown, et al. Efficient Work Team Scheduling: Using Psychological Models of Knowledge Retention to Improve Code Writing Efficiency. Pelosi, Assadullah, Brown. Brown, M. S. & Pelosi, M. (2017). Dynamic-radius Species-conserving Genetic Algorithm for Test Generation for Structural Testing. International Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 8(2).
Dr. Brown is the Program Chair of the Software Engineering Master’s at University of Maryland University College. He received his Bachelor’s in Mathematics and Computer Science from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He received a Master’s in Computer Science also from Shippensburg University. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Brown has worked for many Software Engineering organizations including the WVU/NASA Software Research Laboratory part of the NASA’s Independent Verification and Validation center.