Clyde Kruskal

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Clyde Kruskal in 2019 [1]

Clyde P. Kruskal, (born May 25, 1954)
an American mathematician, computer scientist, and associate professor at University of Maryland, College Park. He earned his Ph.D. degree in computer science at New York University under Jack Schwartz in 1981 on Upper and Lower Bounds on the Performance of Parallel Algorithms. Beside parallel architectures and parallel algorithms, his research interests include stochastic games, in particular the games of Can't Stop and Domineering [2] [3].


Clyde Kruskal is son of mathematician Martin Kruskal (1925 – 2006), and nephew of mathematicians and statisticians Joseph Kruskal (1928 - 2010) and William Kruskal (1919 - 2005).

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External Links

Clyde Kruskal


Kruskal–Szekeres coordinates
Clyde Kruskal on Kruskal's algorithm, September 2019, YouTube Video
Kruskal's tree theorem
Kruskal–Katona theorem
Kruskal–Wallis one-way analysis of variance


  1. Kruskal on September 30, 2019, by Idespisemayonnaise, Wikimedia Commons
  2. Domineering from Wikipedia
  3. Sahil Bahri, Clyde Kruskal Standard Domineering. pdf
  4. dblp: Clyde P. Kruskal

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