|Born||June 14, 1960|
|Fields||Computer Science, Software Engineering|
|Institutions||University of Maryland, College Park|
|Alma mater||Cornell University|
|Thesis||Incremental computation and the incremental evaluation of functional programs (1988)|
|Doctoral advisor||Ray "Tim" Teitelbaum|
|Doctoral students||Jeremy Manson|
|Known for||Skiplist, FindBugs|
William Worthington "Bill" Pugh Jr. (born 1960) is an American computer scientist who invented the skip list and the Omega test for deciding Presburger arithmetic. He was the co-author of the static code analysis tool FindBugs, and was highly influential in the development of the current memory model of the Java language together with his PhD student Jeremy Manson.
Since 2012, he is professor emeritus of the University of Maryland Department of Computer Science in College Park, and also sits on the technical advisory board for Fortify Software.
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