Robert (Bob) J. Barton


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  • Providence, Rhode Island, United States of America

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  • SIGGRAPH 1999

    Robert J. Barton Ill is the Project Director of Transatlantic Research and Development Environment (TRADE) Program, and Department Leader for Global Work Environments at the Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics (in Providence, Rhode Island. His primary responsibilities include directing the development of distributed collaborative environments in support of TRADE, a designated G7 testbed project for enabling technologies in global electronic business. Bob’s engineering career has included engineering billets on US Naval Surface ships, instructor duty at the Naval Academy, and systems engineering branch head for the Trident Missile Program of Strategic Systems Programs Office, Sunnyvale, CA. His areas of research include VLSI High-radix arithmetic circuits, computing the average number of nodes of Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (OBDD ), and the modeling and analysis of multicast network protocols.  

    SIGGRAPH 1998

    Robert J. Barton III is scientist at Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphtcs (in Providence, Rhode Island) and the Project Leader for the Transatlantic Research and Development Environment (TRADE). His primary responsibilities include directing the development of distributed collaborative environments in support of TRADE, a designated G7 testbed project for enabling technologies in global electronic business. Bob’s engineering career has included engineering billets on US Naval Surface ships instructor duty at the Naval Academy, and systems engineering branch head for the Trident Missile Program of Strategic Systems Programs Office Sunnyvale, CA. His areas of research include VLSI High-radix arithmetic circuits, computing the average number of nodes of Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (OBDDs) and the modeling and analysis of multicast network protocols.

    SIGGRAPH 1997

    Robert J. Barton III has recently joined the staff of Fraunhofer Center for Research in Computer Graphics (in Providence, Rhode Island) as an Engineer and Project Leader for the Transatlantic Research and Development Environment (TRADE). His engineering career has included engineering billets on US Naval Surface ships, instructor duty at the Naval Academy, and systems engineering branch head for the Trident Missile Program of Strategic Systems Programs Office, Sunnyvale, CA. His areas of research include VLSI High-radix arithmetic circuits, computing the average number of nodes of Ordered Binary Decision Diagrams (OBDDs), and the modeling and analysis of multicast network protocols. For this course, Bob will be presenting the SIGCOMM – networking viewpoint and will handle logistics issues for the real time networked demonstrations.  

     


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