Collection includes documents regarding the computer
programs/projects CRYSALIS and SACON; conference papers; copies of overhead slides for
talks; and files pertaining to the computer company Teknowledge, Inc. Teknowledge files
include stock papers, annual reports, correspondence, company publications and
brochures; correspondents include Bruce Buchanan, Edward A. Feigenbaum, Rick Hayes-Roth,
and Lee Hecht.
Robert Engelmore earned three degrees in physics from Carnegie Mellon University: BS
1956, MS 1958, and PhD 1962. He came to Stanford University in 1970 as research
associate in the Heuristic Programming Project, Dept. of Computer Science, becoming
Executive Director in 1985. He retired from Stanford in 1998. Engelmore was also a
Program Manager for research in AI at DARPA, 1979-81, and a co-founder and director of
Knowledge Systems Development, Teknowledge Inc., 1982-85. He died in 2003.
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