Arthur Norman (computer scientist)

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Arthur Norman
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Scientific career
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Arthur C. Norman is a British computer scientist,[1] and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he has previously been a Director of Studies for Computer Science.

Education[edit]

Awarded a distinction in computer science in 1970.[2]

Teaching[edit]

Norman delivered his last lecture at the Computer Laboratory on 3 December 2008 [1] but his notes are still used as teaching resources.[3] The Trinity College Science Society often has Dr. Norman back for talks.[4][5]

Publications[edit]

  • Norman, A. and Cattell, G. 1983. "LISP on the B. B. C. Microcomputer" AcornSoft, Cambridge, England.[6]
  • Matooane, M. and Norman, A "A Parallel Symbolic Computation Environment: Structures and Mechanics." Euro-Par 1999: 1492-1495
  • Norman, A. and Fitch, J "CABAL: polynomial and power series algebra on a parallel computer." PASCO 1997: 196-203
  • Norman, A. and Fitch, J. "Interfacing REDUCE to Java." DISCO 1996: 271-276
  • Norman, A. and Fitch, J. "Memory Tracing of Algebraic Calculations." ISSAC 1996: 113-119

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Computer Laboratory: 2008-03-12: Arthur Norman's last lecture". Cl.cam.ac.uk. Retrieved 15 December 2016.
  2. ^ "Multithreading - The Delphi Way". Seti.net. Retrieved 15 December 2016.
  3. ^ Markus Kuhn. "Unix Tools" (PDF). Cl.cam.ac.uk. Retrieved 15 December 2016.
  4. ^ "Trinity College Science Society". Tcss.soc.srcf.net. Retrieved 15 December 2016.
  5. ^ "Trinity College Science Society". Tcss.soc.srcf.net. Retrieved 15 December 2016.
  6. ^ Arthur Norman; Gillian Cattell (1983). LISP on the B. B. C. Microcomputer. Amazon.co.uk. ISBN 9780907876083. Retrieved 15 December 2016.

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