Stephen Garland papers, 1950 - 2012Manuscript ML-101

Introduction to the Collection

The collection contains documents relating to Dr. Garland's career as a computer science researcher, especially his tenure as a professor at Dartmouth College and at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. The documents include correspondence, notes, pamphlets, proposals, course notes, manuals, drafts, lectures, theses, professional papers, publications, reports, and overhead projector sheets. The records show his academic involvement in classes as well as his assistance of students completing independent research. Of note is Garland's involvement with the standardization of the BASIC computer language and in the Dartmouth Time Sharing System (DTSS). Also included are lectures given by other professors and academic notables in the mathematics and computer science communities as well as personal papers from Garland's boyhood and years at Dartmouth as an undergraduate.

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