By Gul Agha, Atsushi Igarashi, Naoki Kobayashi, Hidehiko Masuhara, Satoshi Matsuoka, Etsuya Shibayama, Kenjiro Taura
This Festschrift quantity contains a selection of papers written in honor of the accomplishments of Professor Yonezawa at the get together of his sixty fifth birthday in 2012. With a number of exceptions, the papers during this Festschrift have been offered at a global symposium celebrating this social gathering. additionally incorporated are reprints of 2 of Professor Yonezawa's such a lot influential papers at the programming language ABCL. the quantity is a testomony robust and lasting influence Professor Yonezawa's study accomplishments in addition to the muse he has been to colleagues and scholars alike.
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Extra resources for Concurrent Objects and Beyond: Papers dedicated to Akinori Yonezawa on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday
I would therefore like to thank Gul and the other editors of this volume, including the editor of Springer Verlag LNCS. An interesting chain of events have led me to publish this kind of essay in a Springer LNCS volume, as I have edited more than seven volumes in the series. With their permission, I have included in this manuscript some nonacademic and personal experiences knowing that people tend to be quite receptive of a university professor’s discourse in his final lecture. Actually, Professor Sigeiti Moriguti at the University of Tokyo, who is one of my mentors, gave a series of four talks (usually it is just one talk) at his final lecture, which I was unable to attend as I was in Cambridge, Mass.
Part II Concurrent Objects1 In the summer of 1973, I spent six weeks at the University of Texas at Austin in preparation for my graduate studies in the States, which was a part of the support from the JSPS. In September, I joined the EECS department of MIT as a graduate student. During the fall and spring terms, I took courses and seminars by Albert Meyer, Patrick Winston, Carl Hewitt, Marvin Minsky, Barbara Liskov, Vaughn Pratt among others. The seminars by Carl Hewtt and Barbara Liskov were most exciting to me.
They were John McCarthy, Patrick Winston, Andre Ershov, Rod Burstall, among others. Brief conversations with them gave me important information and greatly influenced me in various ways. McCarthy gave a talk including an overview of the research being carried out at the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab. He also showed us a film. A. Robinson’s resolution principle. A couple of days after McCarthy’s talk, the professors hosting him went to the Tokyo airport to see him off. While I cannot recollect the reason, I did accompany the professors to the airport.