Robert M. Graham
Robert M. Graham (born 1929 in the U.S. state of Michigan) is a computer scientist and Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He was born to a Scottish emigrant.
He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Michigan. While working at the UofM's Computing Center he co-authored two compilers, GAT for the IBM 650 and MAD for the IBM 704/709/7090.
In 1963 he moved to MIT to participate in the development of Multics, one of the first virtual memory time-sharing computer operating systems. He had responsibility for protection, dynamic linking, and other key system kernel areas.
He is the author of numerous books and professional articles.
- On GAT and the Construction of Translators, B. Arden and R. Graham; CACM Volume 2, Number 7, July 1959, pp. 24-26.
- MAD at Michigan: its function & features, Arden, B. W., Galler, B. A., and Graham, R. M., pp27–28, Datamation, Volume 7 No. 12 (Dec 1961)
- Structure of the Multics Supervisor, V.A. Vyssotsky, F.J. Corbato, and R.M. Graham; Proceedings of the FJCC, Las Vegas, November 1965
- 1996 ACM Fellows
- ACM author page for Robert M. Graham
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