Feb 3, 2023 · Leslie Lamport, in full Leslie B. Lamport, (born February 7, 1941, New York, New York), American computer scientist who was awarded the 2013 Turing Award for explaining and formulating the behaviour of distributed computing systems (i.e., systems made up of multiple autonomous computers that communicate by exchanging messages with one another).
May 17, 2022 · The Man Who Revolutionized Computer Science With Math Watch on Video: Leslie Lamport talks about the importance of programming instead of coding, how he developed distributed systems and his favorite algorithm. Photo by Talia Herman for Quanta Magazine; video by Emily Buder and Marcos Rocha for Quanta Magazine
Leslie Lamport. ACM SIGACT News (Distributed Computing Column) 32, 4 (Whole Number 121 …. Distributed Computing. Also appeared as SRC Research Report 8., 77-101. JH Wensley, L Lamport, J Goldberg, MW Green, KN Levitt, ...
Jan 24, 2023 · Leslie Lamport was born in New York City in 1941. Over a career spanning five decades, Lamport has made multiple groundbreaking contributions to the theory and practice of distributed and concurrent computing systems, insights that have dramatically improved the performance and reliability of such systems.
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Leslie Lamport revolutionized how computers talk to each other. The Turing Award-winning computer scientist pioneered the field of distributed systems, where multiple components on different...
Jan 10, 2023 · My Writings Leslie Lamport Last modified 10 January 2023 This document is a sort of scientific autobiography. It not only lists the papers I have written, but also describes them and explains how I came to write some of them. I have included almost all my technical papers and electronic versions