Marc H. Brown

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  • Palo Alto, California, United States of America


  • SIGGRAPH 1989

    Marc H. Brown is a member of the research staff at Digital Equipment Corporation’s Systems Research Center in Palo Alto, CA. He received the PhD in Computer Science from Brown University in 1987, working with Andy van Dam and Robert Sedgewick on the “Electronic Classroom” project. Brown was primarily responsible for the BALSA system, the course-ware environment used in the classroom for interactive animation of  computer programs. His subsequent work on BALSA-II was the basis for his dissertation Algorithm Animation, which was selected as a 1987 ACM Distinguished Dissertation.  Brown’s current research interests focus on (parallel) algorithm animation, program visualization, user interfaces, graphics, workstation environments, and computer science  education.  

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