Bruce W. Leverett

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Bruce W. Leverett [1]

Bruce W. Leverett,
an American FIDE master of chess [2], computer scientist, and software engineer at Panasas, a provider storage solutions. He received a Bachelor degree in physics and chemistry from Harvard University in 1973, and a Ph.D. degree in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in 1981, elaborating on register allocation in optimizing compilers [3]. His research interests in academics and industry, beside compiler optimization and code generation, include memory management and file systems, where he contributed to the POSIX compliant Episode filesystem [4]. As undergraduate at Harvard University in the early 70s, he wrote the chess program Leverett CP which participated the ACM 1972 [5].

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