Paul Baran

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Paul Baran
Kelahiran 29 April 1926(1926-04-29)
Grodno, Poland
Kematian 27 Mac 2011 (umur 84)
Palo Alto, California
Kewarganegaraan Amerika Syarikat (kelahiran Poland)
Alma mater UCLA, Drexel Institute of Technology, Philadelphia

Paul Baran (26 April, 1926[1] – 26 Mac, 2011[2]) adalah salah seorang daripada tiga pencipta jaringan packet-switched, bersama dengan Donald Davies dan Leonard Kleinrock. Idea sama untuk jaringan data teragih dikaji seorang diri oleh Donald Davies dari National Physical Laboratory di UK, walaupun Donald Davies lebih mengutamakan masalah perkongsian sumber daripada Paul Baran yang fokus pada isu ketenteraan.

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. IEEE Biographies retrieved online: 2011-03-29
  2. Hafner, Katie. "Paul Baran, Internet Pioneer, Dies at 84", The New York Times, March 27, 2011. 

Pautan luar[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Paul Baran Invents Packet Switching – Living Internet
  • 44-page oral history interview with Paul Baran. Charles Babbage Institute University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Baran describes his working environment at RAND, as well as his initial interest in survivable communications, the evolution of his plan for distributed networks, the objections he received, the writing and distribution of his eleven-volume work, "On Distributed Communications." Baran discusses his interaction with the group at ARPA who were responsible for the later development of the ARPANET.
  • Founding Father Wired, Issue 9.03 Mar 2001, (interview with Paul Baran, exploring the background to Baran's work at RAND on survivable networks).