Raphael Finkel

Raphael Finkel (born 1951) is an American computer scientist and a professor at the University of Kentucky. He compiled the first version of the Jargon File. He is the author of An Operating Systems Vade Mecum, a textbook on operating systems, and Advanced Programming Language Design, an introductory book on programming paradigms. Raphael Finkel and J.L. Bentley created the data structure called the quadtree.

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... Finkel was born in Chicago ... Finkel obtained a position at the University of Wisconsin–Madison after completing his doctorate, and remained there from 1976 until 1987, when he took a position at the University of ...
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