Daniel G. Bobrow
Daniel Gureasko Bobrow (born 29 November 1935, New York City) is a Research Fellow in the Intelligent Systems Laboratory of the Palo Alto Research Center, and is amongst other things known for creating an oft-cited artificial intelligence program STUDENT, with which he earned his PhD.
Bobrow was the President of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), chair of the Cognitive Science Society, Editor-in-chief of the journal Artificial Intelligence. He shared the 1992 ACM Software Systems Award for his work on Interlisp. He is an ACM Fellow and an AAAI fellow.
- American Men and Women of Science, Thomson Gale, 2004
- Daniel G. Bobrow; Jerry D. Burchfiel; Daniel L. Murphy; Raymond S. Tomlinson (March 1972). "TENEX, A Paged Time Sharing System for the PDP-10". Communications of the ACM. 15 (3): 135–143. doi:10.1145/361268.361271.
- Thompson, Ken. "Reflections on Trusting Trust".[permanent dead link]
- ACM Awards
- Bobrow's page at Xerox PARC
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