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Jerry Saltzer

 

Jerry Saltzer, who has an Sc. D. in electrical engineering from MIT, is a computer scientist most noted for his contributions to the ring network technology behind local area networks, and the End-to-end principle behind the operation of the Internet. A former faculty member of the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Jerry Saltzer was a team leader of the Multics operating system project. His contributions to Multics security include the kernel stack switching method of process switching. He is also noted for his influence on the large number of students who took his information systems course. [Citation Needed] He retired from the full-time MIT faculty in 1995, but continues to write about computer system design principles.(1)

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1 : http://web.mit.edu/Saltzer/


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