Brad Cox is a computer scientist and Ph.D. of mathematical biology known mostly for his work in software engineering (specifically software reuse), software componentry, and the Objective-C programming language.
He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in
Organic Chemistry and Mathematics from Furman University, and his Ph.D. from the Department of Mathematical Biology at the [1 ] University of Chicago. Among his first known software projects, he wrote a [2 ] PDP-8 program for simulating clusters of neurons. He worked at the [3 ] National Institutes of Health and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute before moving into the software profession. [4 ]
Online course "Taming the Electronic Frontier" won a
Paul Allen Distance Education Award ($25,000) in 1998. [5 ] [6 ]
^ "(unknown)". Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science ( South Carolina Academy of Science). 29-32: 79. 1967.
^ Cox, Brad J. (June 1973). . Univ. of Chicago, Department of Chemistry The potassium diffusion barrier: examined as a mechanism for squid axon adaptation
^ Cox, Brad; Dzendolet, E. (1970). "Simulation of neural sets". Behavior Research Methods ( Springer) 3 (2): 80–82. doi: 10.3758/BF03206992 . Retrieved 2011-03-09.
^ Bézivin, Jean, ed. (Nov 13-15, 1989). "Contributors". TOOLS '89: Technology of object-oriented languages and systems : Proceedings, CNIT Paris, La Défence, France, November 13-15, 1989. TOOLS: technology of object-oriented languages and systems. Paris: CNIT, La Défence. p. 11
^ Gibson, David; Aldrich, Clark; Prensky, Marc (eds) (2007). . Hershey, PA: Games and simulations in online learning: research and development frameworks IDEA Group. p. 388. ISBN 978-1-59904-305-0.
^ Krebs, Arlene (1999). . Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing. p. 4. Distance learning funding sourcebook ISBN 978-0-7872-4980-9.
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