eText Project Vitæ

The eText Project was chartered in March 1993 to produce an editorial and technological framework to create an `electronic Textbook' presenting the Archetypal method of design for parallel and distributed programming. Initial prototypes were built with Xanthus CraftMan, an interactive scripting environment for NeXTSTEP, and later with Mosaic for the World-Wide-Web.

K. Mani Chandy is a Professor of Computer Science at the California Institute of Technology and the director of the eText Project. He is broadly concerned with the challenge of making parallel and distributed computing accessible to a wider audience. Some of the projects he is deeply involved with include the Center for Research in Parallel Computation (CRPC), the CC++ concurrent C++ group at Caltech, and the PCN and FORTAN-M research community.

Rohit Khare is a Senior at the California Insitute of Technology, currently pursuing a BS in Engineering, a BS in Economics, and an MS in Computer Science. He has been a part of the eText Project team since its inception, primarily responsible for the eText Engine and the associated challenges of hypermedia publication. His adviser is K. Mani Chandy.

Adam Rifkin is a second-year graduate student at the California Institute of Technology. He is the coordinator of the eText Project and is primarily concerned with the Archetypal programming model and performance analysis. His adviser is K. Mani Chandy.

Tom Zavisca is a Senior at the California Institute of Technology pursuing a BS in Engineering and a BS in Mathematics. He joined the eText Project in June 1994 and has contributed to the implementation of the eText Engine.

Acknowledgements also go to the rest of the eText Project team: Svetlana Krykova, Paul Ainsworth, Rajit Manohar, Berna Massingil, and Siddartha Agrawal.

Go Up (Parent):
[The Caltech Archetype Project]
See Also (Siblings):
[Publishing Hypermedia Textbooks]

Project Vitae was converted on Sat Sep 09 22:59:46 EDT 1995 by the eText Engine, version 5, release 0.95