Bradley Kuszmaul

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Bradley C. Kuszmaul [1]

Bradley C. Kuszmaul,
an American computer scientist and programmer at in the Supercomputing Technologies Group at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. He was involved in Akamai Technologies and a couple of startups: Tokutek and Cilk Arts. Bradley Kuszmaul was one of the principal architects of the Connection Machine CM-5, participated at MIT at the Cilk project [2], introduced the Jamboree algorithm in his Ph.D. thesis [3] and is co-author of two world-class computer chess programs applying this algorithm, StarTech and *Socrates [4].

Selected Publications

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1990 ...

1995 ...

External Links


  1. Bradley C. Kuszmaul Homepage
  2. The Cilk Project
  3. Bradley C. Kuszmaul (1994). Synchronized MIMD Computing. Ph. D. thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT, pdf
  4. 8th World Computer Chess Championship available as pdf Courtesy of Monroe Newborn from The Computer History Museum
  5. SuperTech Paper Listing
  6. dblp: Bradley C. Kuszmaul

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