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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 Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University in 1981 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. Labeled by tournament director David Levy as "the joke of the tournament", Leverett attributed the tie for the last place to "poor programming" [5].

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