Trenchard More

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Trenchard More is a retired mathematician and computer scientist who worked at IBM's Thomas J Watson Research Centre after teaching posts at MIT and Yale. He was also a full Professor for two years at the Technical University of Denmark. He participated in the 1956 Dartmouth Summer Research Project on Artificial Intelligence.[1][2][3] At the 50th year meeting of the Dartmouth Conference with Marvin Minsky, Geoffrey Hinton and Simon Osindero he presented The Future of Network Models and also gave a lecture entitled Routes to the Summit.[4]

More designed a theory for nested rectangular array that provided a formal structure used in the development of APL2 and the Nested Interactive Array Language.[5][6][7][8]

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  1. ^ William Bechtel, George Graham (:// A companion to cognitive science [Retrieved 2011-10-25]
  2. ^ [Retrieved 2011-10-25] © 2011 Trustees of Dartmouth College (showing photograph of the Professor)
  3. ^ Rudolf Seising (Google eBook) Fuzzification of systems: the genesis of fuzzy set theory and its initial applications - developments up to the 1970s [Retrieved 2011-10-25]
  4. ^ artintelligence on Dec 22, 2010, (4.) and (6.), Dartmouth College © 2011 SlideShare Inc. All rights reserved [Retrieved 2011-10-25]
  5. ^ P. Thagard <| id=7___V7sUVfgC&pg=PA170&lpg=PA170&dq |> Mind readings: introductory selections on cognitive science (344 pages) Bradford Books MIT Press, 1998 ISBN 0-262-70067-0
  6. ^ + [Retrieved 2011-12-29]
  7. ^ W.Fitzgerald, Kalamazoo College Martin Luther King and the Ghost in the Machine International Journal of Cognition and Technology[Retrieved 2011-12-29]
  8. ^ [ T. More, IBM Data Processing Division Scientific Center ] dl.acm Axioms and theorems for a theory of arrays IBM Journal of Research and Development archive Volume 17 Issue 2, March 1973 doi:10.1147/rd.172.0135 Association for Computing Machinery. Copyright © 2011 ACM, Inc [2011-12-29] [ Trenchard More, IBM Cambridge Scientific Center, 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA ] doi>10.1145/800136.804440 Proceeding APL '79 Proceedings of the international conference on APL: part 1 ] dl.acm The nested rectangular array as a model of data the Association for Computing Machinery. Copyright © 2011 ACM, Inc. [ANALYSIS] [1] [2]

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