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Marvin Harry Solomon,
an American mathematician, computer scientist and professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. He holds a Ph.D. with the thesis title Theoretical Issues in the Implementation of Programming Languages [1], 1977 from Cornell University [2]. His research interests covers object-oriented database systems, software development support environments, distributed operating systems, computer networks, design and implementation of programming languages, and programming language theory [3].

In 1989, 1990, along with his Ph.D. student Igor Steinberg, he published on Steinberg's thesis topic of Design and Analysis of Parallel Algorithms for Game-Tree Search [4].
Marvin H. Solomon [5]

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External Links


  1. ^ Marvin Solomon (1977). Theoretical issues in the implementation of programming languages. Ph.D. Thesis, Cornell University
  2. ^ The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Marvin Solomon
  3. ^ Solomon's Home Page
  4. ^ The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Igor Steinberg
  5. ^ Home Page of Marvin H. Solomon
  6. ^ DBLP: Marvin H. Solomon

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