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Reid W. Barton
,
an American mathematician at the
Harvard University
, and before as senior mathematics major at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
, receiving the 2005
AMS Morgan Prize
for Outstanding Research in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Student
^{[1]}
. Reid Barton is successful performer of
International Mathematical Olympiads
. During his time at MIT, Reid Barton worked with
Charles E. Leiserson
and contributed to the
Cilkchess
computer chess program
^{[2]}
.
Reid Barton
^{[3]}
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Reid Barton
(
2004
).
Packing densities of patterns
. Department of Mathematics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
, available as
pdf reprint
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Reid W. Barton from Wikipedia
Reid Barton's ICGA Tournaments
Index of Barton MIT papers
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Reid W. Barton Receives 2005 AMS Morgan Prize
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Reid Barton's ICGA Tournaments
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Reid Barton from Harvard
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an American mathematician at the Harvard University, and before as senior mathematics major at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, receiving the 2005 AMS Morgan Prize for Outstanding Research in Mathematics by an Undergraduate Student ^{[1]}. Reid Barton is successful performer of International Mathematical Olympiads. During his time at MIT, Reid Barton worked with Charles E. Leiserson and contributed to the Cilkchess computer chess program ^{[2]}.
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