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Guide to the Jeff Rulifson papers
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The Jeff Rulifson papers contain materials that document Rulifson's career as a computer scientist working on projects such as artificial intelligence, NLS (oN-Line Systems), and office information systems at Stanford Research Institute's Augmentation Research Center, Xerox PARC, ROLM Corporation, Syntelligence, Inc., and Sun Microsystems. The records span 1956 through 1997, with the bulk of the collection being from 1961 to 1985. Materials include technical papers and reports, videotape, correspondence, articles, memos, presentations, computer and programming manuals, and administrative papers.
Johns "Jeff" Rulifson was born August 20, 1941, in Bellefontaine, Ohio. He began his career working in the computer operations department of Boeing from 1960 to 1963. He then worked at the Computer Center of the University of Washington from 1963 to 1965, and earned his BS in mathematics from the university in 1966.
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