The Thomas Gross papers trace Gross's early career working on computer science projects at Stanford University and Carnegie
Mellon University. The collection, which ranges in date from 1977 to 1993, consists of technical reports, memos, and notes.
About half of the collection pertains to Gross's work on the Stanford MIPS (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages)
project. The second half of the collection consists of documentation related to Carnegie Mellon University, including technical
reports published by the computer science department as well as notes and reports related to the Warp and iWarp projects.
Thomas Gross is a computer science professor and researcher who has worked on the software, architecture, and applications
of a variety of experimental computer systems.
5.42 Linear feet,
4 record cartons and 1 manuscript box
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