Ronald V. Book

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Ronald V. Book
Born March 5, 1937
Fields Computer Science
Alma mater Harvard University
Thesis Grammars with Time Functions
Doctoral advisor Sheila Greibach
Doctoral students
Known for computational complexity theory, term rewriting systems, formal language theory

Ronald Vernon Book (March 5 1937 – May 28, 1997 in Santa Barbara, California) worked in theoretical computer science.[1] He published more than 150 papers in scientific journals. His papers are of great impact for computational complexity theory and term rewriting.

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  • Du, Ding-Zhu; Ko, Ker-I, eds. (1997), "A summary of Ronald V. Book's scientific research", Advances in Algorithms, Languages, and Complexity, Springer, pp. xv–xvii, doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-3394-4 . See also listing of Book's publications, pp. xxiii–xxxiv
  • Du, Ding-Zhu; Ko, Ker-I (1998), "In memoriam Ronald V. Book", Theoretical Computer Science, 207 (1): 1–3, doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(98)90025-1 . See also foreword by Maurice Nivat, pp. xiii–xiv, and listing of Book's publications, pp. 5–11.
  • McNaughton, Robert (1998), "Contributions of Ronald V Book to the theory of string-rewriting systems", Theoretical Computer Science, 207 (1): 13–23, doi:10.1016/s0304-3975(98)00053-x .
  • "In memoriam: Ronald V. Book", Bulletin of the European Association of Theoretical Computer Science, 63: 292, 1997 .

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