Kotok

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Alan Kotok - Web: 1994–97
... While at Digital, Kotok recognized the Web's potential, and helped to found the World Wide Web Consortium ... In April 1994, Kotok, Steve Fink, Gail Grant and Brian Reid from Digital traveled to CERN in Geneva to speak with Berners-Lee about the need for a consortium to create open standards and coordinate Web ... of Digital's Corporate Strategy Group, Kotok was instrumental in creating the Internet Business Group which advocated early adoption and integration of ...
Kotok-Mc Carthy - Match With ITEP
... Kronrod considered Kotok-McCarthy to be the best program in the United States at the time ... faults were known in 1965 and were corrected in the Greenblatt program at MIT Project MAC, Kotok-McCarthy was no longer in development and was three years out of date ... The Kotok-McCarthy program lost the match by a score of three to one and the first two games were played with a weak version ...
Alan Kotok - MIT: 1958–62 - Chess
... With classmates Elwyn Berlekamp, Michael Lieberman, Charles Niessen and Wagner, Kotok began to develop McCarthy's IBM 704 chess-playing program in 1959 ... Kotok described their work in MIT Artificial Intelligence Project Memo 41 and in his bachelor's thesis ... came to learn a great deal about the game, neither Kotok nor McCarthy were known as chess players ...
Alan Kotok - Digital: 1962–96
... After graduating from MIT, Kotok started at Digital Equipment Corporation as one of the company's first few dozen employees in his 34-year career with the ... Engineering), principal architect Gordon Bell led a team, including Kotok as an assistant logic designer, which developed the first commercial time-sharing computer, the PDP-6, designed and delivered in 1963 ... Kotok became the principal architect and designer of several generations of the PDP-10, DECsystem-10 and DECSYSTEM-20 ...
Hackers: Heroes Of The Computer Revolution - Who's Who - Part One: True Hackers
... Key figures of the club were Peter Samson, Alan Kotok, Jack Dennis, and Bob Saunders ... Alan Kotok, who had acquired some prestige with his skills with the TX-0 and also worked for Western Electric (the manufacturing arm of the Bell System), would read as much as he could about the technical ... Six of them, including Kotok, Samson, Saunders, and Wagner, spent a total of two hundred and fifty man-hours one weekend to rewrite the TX-0 compiler for the PDP-1 because they did not like the ...