- CASIE is the brainchild of David Lovelock, M.J. Ebersole and the late John Bownds. Dr. Lovelock, of the University of Arizona, was the principal programmer of the software in the C-language. The program was designed to simplify most of the calculations related to managing a search emergency using modern search theory. CASIE also introduced innovative applications, like Resource Optimization and quantification of the Influence of Clues, as part of a comprehensive package of SAR analysis tools.
- The Center for the Advancement and Study of International Education (CASIE) is a non-profit organization that promotes multi-language programs and international understanding in K-12 schools in the United States.