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The Greatest Scientists

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#: 941 - 950

# Name
Year
Country
Science
achievements
941
Christopher J. Date

0

Computer science

proponent of database relational model
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Jean-Babtiste Biot

1774-1862
France
Physics

studied polarization of light; co-discovered that intensity of magnetic field set up by a current flowing through a wire varies inversely with the distance from the wire
943
Erik Demaine

0

Computer science

computational origami
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Richard DeMillo

0

Computer science

computer security, software engineering, educational technology
945
Dorothy E. Denning

0

Computer science

computer security
946
Peter J. Denning

0

Computer science

identified the use of an operating system's working set and balance set, President of ACM
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Michael Dertouzos

0

Computer science

Director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS) from 1974 to 2001
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Vinod Dham

0

Computer science

P5 Pentium processor
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Jan Dietz

0

Computer science

information systems theory and Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations
950
David Brewster

1781-1868
United Kingdom
Physics

deduced ``Brewster's law'' giving the angle of incidence that produces reflected light which is completely polarized; invented the kaleidoscope and the stereoscope, and improved the spectroscope

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