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Hank Dietz [1]

Henry Gordon (Hank) Dietz,
an American electrical engineer, computer scientist and professor of electrical and computer engineering at University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky. His research interests include high-performance computing and parallel computing along with programming language and optimizing compiler support, computer aided instruction, and computational photography and digital imaging [2]. Along with Randell J. Fisher, Hank Dietz coined the acronym SWAR for SIMD Within A Register, and maintains the SWAR site [3] along with the collection of The Aggregate Magic Algorithms [4]. Hank Dietz is further author of the early Go playing program Jim [5].

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