Andrew Tanenbaum


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Andrew Tanenbaum

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Professor Andrew S. Tanenbaum (1941-) of the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam in The Netherlands. Tanenbaum is famous for his work and books on computer architecture, operating systems and networks.

He wrote the textbook "Computer Networks", Second Edition, Prentice-Hall, 1981, which describes the International Standards Organisation, Open Systems Interconnection (ISO-OSI) network model.

See Amoeba, Mac-1, Mic-1, Mic-2, Micro Assembly Language, MINIX, MicroProgramming Language, standard.

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The problem is that an infected RFID tag, which is read wirelessly when it passes through a scanning gate, can upset the database that processes the information on the chip, according to the study by Melanie Rieback, Bruno Crispo and Andrew Tanenbaum.
It's great that the publishing industry is going electronic," said Andrew Tanenbaum, Professor of Computer Science at the Free University of Amsterdam.