Foreword re C. S. Wallace

  title={Foreword re C. S. Wallace},
  author={D. Dowe},
  journal={Comput. J.},
  • D. Dowe
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. J.
  • One of the second generation of computer scientists, Chris Wallace completed his tertiary education in 1959 with a Ph.D. in nuclear physics, on cosmic ray showers, under Dr Paul George at Sydney University. Needless to say, computer science was not, at that stage, an established academic discipline. With Max Brennan and John Malos he had designed and built a large automatic data logging system for recording cosmic ray air shower events and with Max Brennan also developed a complex computer… CONTINUE READING
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