Roger E. Frye,
an American mathematician and computer scientist affiliated with Roger Jones'Complexica family of companies ^{[1]}. In the late 80s and 90s, while affiliated with Thinking Machines, he used massive parallelism to solve several seemingly impossible problems in discrete mathematics^{[2]}.

Roger E. Frye contributed to the StarTech project, as mentioned by Bradley Kuszmaul in his thesis acknowledgments ^{[4]}:

Mark Bromley, Roger Frye, and Kurt Thearling provided important design and programming help in getting StarTech running on the CM-5. Roger almost singlehandedly built the interface between the HiTech code and the parallel computer ...

^Bradley C. Kuszmaul (1994). Synchronized MIMD Computing. Ph. D. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, pdf, pp. 146, Acknowledgments

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^{[1]}. In the late 80s and 90s, while affiliated with Thinking Machines, he used massive parallelism to solve several seemingly impossible problems in discrete mathematics^{[2]}.^{[3]}## Table of Contents

## StarTech

Roger E. Frye contributed to the StarTech project, as mentioned by Bradley Kuszmaul in his thesis acknowledgments^{[4]}:Mark Bromley, Roger Frye, and Kurt Thearling provided important design and programming help in getting StarTech running on the CM-5. Roger almost singlehandedly built the interface between the HiTech code and the parallel computer ...## Selected Publications

1989).A Radix-2 FFT on the Connection Machine. Supercomputing 89, pdf1989).Cooley-Tukey FFT on the Connection Machine. Parallel Computing, pdf^{[5]}2003).Entropy Generation by a Maxwell Demon in the Sequential Sorting of the Particles in an Ideal Gas. Complexica Report 031019, arXiv:physics/0311023^{[6]}2003).The Maxwell Demon and Market Efficiency. Complexica Report 031115, arXiv:physics/03110742004).Information Flow and Computation in the Maxwell Demon Problem. Complexica Report 031128, arXiv:physics/0401002## External Links

## References

1994).Synchronized MIMD Computing. Ph. D. Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, pdf, pp. 146, Acknowledgments## What links here?

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