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|Title: ||Oral history interview with Vinton G. Cerf|
|Authors: ||Cerf, Vinton G., 1943-|
|Keywords: ||Computer history|
United States. -- Advanced Research Projects Agency. -- Information Processing Techniques Office. -- Network Measurement Center
United States. -- Advanced Research Projects Agency. -- Information Processing Techniques Office
Roberts, Lawrence G.
Kahn, Robert E.
Federal aid to research -- United States
Computer science -- United States -- Research
Computer networks -- United States -- Research
Bolt, Beranek and Newman, inc.
ARPANET (Computer network) ; United States. -- Advanced Research Projects Agency. -- Information Processing Techniques Office. -- Network Working Group
|Issue Date: ||24-Apr-1990 |
|Publisher: ||Charles Babbage Institute|
|Citation: ||Vinton G. Cerf, OH 191. Oral history interview by Judy E. O'Neill, 24 April 1990, Reston, Virginia. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://purl.umn.edu/107214|
|Abstract: ||Following a brief overview of his background, Cerf describes his involvement with the ARPA network, including his work for the Network Measurement Center while a graduate student at UCLA, and his relationships with Bolt Beranek and Newman, Robert Kahn, Lawrence Roberts, and the Network Working Group. Other topics include: various influences on the development of the TCP/IP protocol, IPTO funding while he was at Stanford University, his decision in 1976 to become a program manager for networking projects at IPTO, and the military use of IPTO networking projects. This interview was recorded as part of a research project on the influence of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on the development of computer science in the United States.|
|Description: ||Transcript, 36 pp. Audio file available at http://purl.umn.edu/95692|
|Permanent URL: ||http://purl.umn.edu/107214|
|Appears in Collections:||Oral history interviews|
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