Donald B. Johnson, Professor

Ph.D. Cornell University, 1973.

Research Interests:

Professor Johnson worked in algorithms. He published in a variety of areas including graph algorithms, scheduling theory, implicit data structures for selection and related problems, replication in distributed databases, network flows, and parallel algorithms. His most recent work is in the areas of parallel computation and distributed databases.

Professor Johnson passed away on September 10, 1994.

djohnson@dartmouth.edu

* Papers
* Teaching Parallel Computing to Freshmen

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