Untitled Buhler Duncan A. Buell Chris Caldwell Bouk de Water Giovanni La Barbera David Broadhurst Conrad Curry Chris Caldwell Charles F. Kerchner III Carlos B. Leyland Preda Mihailescu David Slowinski David Slowinski David Slowinski Steffen Polster Bryant http://www.nova.edu/~margush/1900_fall2000/names.txt
Extractions: Joe P. Buhler Duncan A. Buell Chris Caldwell Bouk de Water Giovanni La Barbera David Broadhurst Conrad Curry Chris Caldwell Charles F. Kerchner III Carlos B. Rivera F. Harvey Dubner Harvey Dubner Harvey Dubner Patrick Demichel Darren Smith Ernst W. Mayer Tony Forbes PrimeForm David Broadhurst Donald B. Gillies Yves Gallot Joel Armengaud Chris Caldwell Henri Lifchitz Gordon Spence Rhesa Rozendaal Roland Clarkson Nayan Hajratwala Jim Buddenhagen Kenneth J. Brazier Mark Kneisler Harvey Seargeant Andy J. Penrose Robert L. Clark James Carpenter Charles F. Kerchner III Brian Ball Wendy Hecate Hartman Chris St.Clair Chad Davis Ray Ballinger Kevin O'Hare Rick Marazzani David Hanson Mathew James Cordell Richard Jones Guillermo Ballester Valor Robert Prethaler Skip Key Aaron Swihart Warut Roonguthai Lars A Carlen Edward Brisse Anton Oleynick John F. (Jack) Brennen Alexis Nunes Gennady N. Gusev Stephen A. Wood Ola Svallmark Mark Alfonso Jo Yeong Uk Paul Jobling Manfred Toplic V.S. Wighman Randy Dunaieff Richard A. Quelle David W Linton Steven Nikkel Micha Fleuren Diego Rattaggi Janusz Szmidt Ed Adamson Lau Johnson Michal Misztal Peter JH Dodson Dennis Okon John Renze Chris Nash Bruce Ziemienski Helmut Zeisel Tim Nikkel Eduard Kostolansky Christ van Willegen Daval Davis Chun Wa Lau Kimmo Herranen Reinhard F. Stenzel Olivier Dodinval Alfredo Cano Edwin Mons Joe Eversole Bojan Antonovic Peter A. Rogerson Sébastien Desnault Rachel Lewis Nestor Sergio de Araujo Melo René Dohmen Phil Kenny Jason T. Gmoser Michael Hannigan Michael Bell DallOsto Bruno Andrew Davie Joseph McLean Tom Kuechler Peter Riesen Steven Nikkel HenryHamilton Nick Craig-Wood Mark R. Coffey Hans Rosenthal Gregory van Deventer Brian Schroeder Luke Gustafson Jim Liddle Takahiro Nohara Marc Thibeault Peter Crickman Brian J. Beesley Dale Andrews Jukka Santala Michael Carpenter Asao Kazuyoshi John Cosgrave S.R. Driggers Sturle Sunde Markus Frind Pavlos Saridis Arvind Narayanan Michael J Graef Bryan McIntyre John D. DeCuir Stephen Scott Ruediger K. Eckhard David Underbakke Yary Hluchan Mark D. Turner Fanis Matsoukas Payam Samidoost James Dean Jenkins Kirk Pearson Roberto E. Martinez II Joe DeMaio Peter R. Sirl Bouk de Water Dirk Augustin Dan Morenus Guenter Loeh Michael W. O'Brien Jean-Yves Canart Alexander Tiountchik Jim Fougeron Olivier Haeberle Michael Ian Hartley Craig Kitchen Joe DeMaio Greg Hewgill Alan W. Altman Steven L. Harvey Gary Chaffey Thomas J Engelsma Craig Lewis Amol Kapila Takuro Tsujikawa Tom Shaw Peter Shaw Klaus Bodenstein Dr. James McElhatton Giovanni La Barbera Fumitaka Yura Daniel C. McCann Jose Manuel David Broadhurst Patrick Pirson Lew Baxter Didier Boivin Marco La Barbera Kirk L. Shanks Kevin Odermatt Eugen Muischnek Andrew J. Slodkiewicz Phil Carmody Roland Clarkson Masato Misawa Giovanni La Barbera Andres Aitsen Arlin E. Anderson David Underbakke Jeremy A. Rouse Thom Adams George Tawaris George F. Woltman Paul Lamberth Roberto Botrugno Nathan F. Russell David Underbakke Wilfrid Keller Harvey Dubner Chris Nash Wilfrid Keller Masakatu Morii Carlos B. Rivera F. Tadashi Taura Alexander Hurwitz Karl-Heinz Indlekofer Karl-Heinz Indlekofer Wilfrid Keller Henri Lifchitz François Morain Preda Mihailescu Judson McCranie Masakatu Morii L. Curt Noll Laura A. Nickel Chris Nash Mike Oakes René Dohmen Henri Lifchitz Paul Jobling Paul Underwood Iago L Camboa Chris Caldwell Hans Rosenthal Stephen Scott Bouk de Water Ray Ballinger Steven L. Harvey Daniel Heuer Bruce Ziemienski Andrew Walker Arlin E. Anderson Phil Carmody Timothy Brown Giovanni La Barbera Michael Bell Marco La Barbera Dick Boland Jeremy Rouse Kimmo Herranen Dirk Augustin Don J. Routman Giovanni La Barbera Jim Fougeron David Broadhurst James Berwick Arvind Narayanan Christopher A. Florin Pat Costello Paul Leyland Preda Mihailescu David Slowinski David Slowinski David Slowinski Steffen Polster Bryant Tuckerman Tamer Guevenc Tadashi Taura Luther Welsh François Morain Max Bennedich Renaud LIFCHITZ Pavlos Saridis Pierre Jammes István Nagy Phil Carmody Paul Jobling Arlin E. Anderson Andrew A. D. Steward Jeroen Doumen Chris Monico David Underbakke Jim Fougeron Dirk Augustin Jeffrey Young John Brown
FRB: Economists, By Primary Field Of Interest ShackMarquez Steven A. Sharpe Nathan Sheets Louise M. Sheiner Shane M. SherlundDaniel E. Sichel Thomas Simpson Larry Slifman Samuel Slowinski David H. Small http://www.federalreserve.gov/research/name.htm
Slowinski, David - University Of Maryland Slowinski, David. The 32nd Mersenne Prime; predicted by Mersenne. University Libraries, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 207427011 (301)405-0800. Please send comments and suggestions to the http://www.lib.umd.edu/ETC/ReadingRoom/Speeches/Slowinski
Slowinski Award The Joseph B. Slowinski Award for Excellence in Snake Systematics Heath, and David M. Hillis. A Commemorative Memento and $500.00 http://www.cnah.org/slowinskiaward.asp
Extractions: Because of a substantial contribution from Deutsche Bank (New York City), and the individual contributions by his many friends and colleagues (see below), this Award was established by the Board of Directors of The Center for North American Herpetology (CNAH) as a trust in perpetuity in recognition of the scientific achievements of the late Joseph B. Slowinski, whose life-long study on amphibian and reptile evolution, especially venomous snakes, was amply demonstrated in his extensive academic and popular writings, photography, and scholarship. Specifications of The Slowinski Award The Slowinski Award, shall be presented once each year provided a qualified recipient is identified. In the absence of a qualified recipient, no award will be given. The award may not be divided, but must be presented in full, to a single individual (in the case of multiple authors, the first author is automatically the recipient of the award). The recipient of The Slowinski Award will be chosen by a panel of at least three herpetologists, one of which will serve as chair, and which have been selected by the CNAH Board of Directors. These panelists are: Frank T. Burbrink (City University of New York, Staten Island), Brian I. Crother (Committee Chairperson, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond), and Robin Lawson (California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco). The charge to this panel is to select the most significant published contribution to snake systematics worldwide for the award year.
Titan Biographies: David Slowinski David Slowinski. ( another Prime Pages' Resource David Slowinski has been a computer scientist at Cray Research since 1977 and searches for Mersenne Primes during the http://www.utm.edu/research/primes/bios/titans/Slowinski.html
Extractions: (another Prime Pages ' Resource) Provers: Primes: Join in: Prime Pages: A titan, as defined by Samuel Yates, is anyone who has found a titanic prime . This page provides data on David Slowinski, one ofthe persons which have found these primes. The data below reflects on the primes currently on the list. (Many of these terms are explained on another page Prover code(s): S SG SN E-mail address: slow@cray.com Web page: none Lastname: Slowinski (entry created 1/18/2000) Database id: (last modified 3/30/2004) Active primes: on current list: 5 (unweighted total: 7): rank by number Total primes: ever on any list: 5 (unweighted total: 7) Production score: for current list 43.3838 : rank by score Largest prime: (378632 digits) via SG on 9/3/1996 Most recent: (378632 digits) via SG on 9/3/1996 Descriptive Data: David Slowinski has been a computer scientist at Cray Research since 1977 and searches for Mersenne Primes during the long cold Wisconsin winters. During the summer he rows and sails and plays outdoors. Edit this entry Change my password Submit primes using the code: S SG SN Create a new proof code
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Project Gutenberg - Author Index: S Slouschz, Nahum. Renascence Of Hebrew Literature (17431885), The. Slowinski,David. 32nd Mersenne Prime, The; predicted by Mersenne. Sluijters, H. http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/IA_S
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Marcia Slowinski Marcia Slowinski. I graduated from Berkeley in '64 with an Art degree, and in '65 my husband David, 2year old son and I left for Medellin, Colombia which was home for David. ( No, we were not drug http://www.wd395.com/1960/Completed Pages/marcia_slowinski.htm
Extractions: Marcia Slowinski I graduated from Berkeley in '64 with an Art degree, and in '65 my husband David, 2-year old son and I left for Medellin, Colombia which was home for David. (No, we were not drug dealers. David's family immigrated to Colombia from Russia in the 20's and started a woolen mill and a tannery.) David, a chemist, was headed to work in the family tannery. We bought a farm/ranch on the outskirts of Medellin which I ended up running for about 16 years until we moved into the city. It was a full and good life, varied, exciting and challenging, but the socio-economic climate began to change drastically in the early 80's with the rise of the drug culture. Everyone could see it coming, but it was not easy to get out, especially when it was HOME. After 28 years and much gnashing of teeth, I came to the US in May of '93 to resettle. I took classes in Court Interpreting at Monterey Institute of International Studies, and became certified in New Mexico in September of the same year. Two years ago I got my Federal Certification and at this point I have more work than I know what to do with. I love having put my Spanish to good use, and how Mr. Coleman and Ms. Dibert would be content to know that someone really did do something with their language after taking their classes. I owe them more than they will EVER know. David was finally able to sell/organize everything related to the business, and he joined me in early '96. He travels the globe as a freelance leather consultant. We love it here in the Gran Desierto Chihuahuense. We live in a rural area called Mesquite, 2 miles from the Rio Grande, about 12 miles from Las Cruces, NM and 35 miles from El Paso, TX.-1 mile off I-10, so C'mon over and see us, if you're in the neighborhood.
Titan Biographies: David Slowinski This pages contains the prover entry David Slowinski. . David Slowinski (anotherPrime Pages Resource). I am David Slowinski and I would like to. http://primes.utm.edu/bios/page.php?lastname=Slowinski
Large Prime Numbers 1978 Landon Curt Noll (with Laura Nickel, now Ariel Glenn) 2^232091 6987 1979 LandonCurt Noll 2^44497-1 13395 1979 David Slowinski (with Harry Nelson) 2^86243 http://www.isthe.com/chongo/tech/math/prime/prime_press.html
Extractions: Mersenne Prime Digits and Names EAGAN, Minn., September 3, 1996 Computer scientists at SGI 's former Cray Research unit, have discovered a large prime number while conducting tests on a CRAY T90 series supercomputer. The prime number has 378,632 digits. Printed in newspaper-sized type, the number would fill approximately 12 newspaper pages. In mathematical notation, the new prime number is expressed as , which denotes two, multiplied by itself 1,257,787 times, minus one. Numbers expressed in this form are called Mersenne prime numbers after Marin Mersenne, a 17th century French monk who spent years searching for prime numbers of this type. See Chris Callwell's prime page for more information on prime numbers. Prime numbers can be divided evenly only by themselves and one. Examples include 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 and so on. The Greek mathematician
Emil J Slowinski William L Masterton QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS AND THE PROPERTIES OF Emil Schulthess Africa. David M Fetterman - Qualitative Approaches To Evaluation In. David M Fetterman Properties of Ions in Aqueous Solution. Emil J Slowinski William L Masterton http://www.searchbooktitle.com/74148_emil-j-slowinski-william-l-masterton.html
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SAVEgateway Document Delivery systems that in turn help solve realworld problems such as cryptography, improvingweather forecasts and designing safer cars, said David Slowinski, the other http://www.isthe.com/chongo/tech/math/prime/mercnews.html
Extractions: Page: 1A When the British mountaineer George Leigh Mallory was asked why he wanted to scale Mount Everest, he replied: ''Because it's there.'' A related urge sparks computer scientists at Silicon Graphics Inc.'s Cray Research unit, who will announce today that they've discovered the world's largest-known prime number - and a special kind of prime number at that. This one is 378,632 digits long, roughly 120 single-spaced typewritten pages - and ''a rare jewel,'' said co-discoverer Paul Gage. But the way they found it, using sophisticated programming on high-powered supercomputers, goes well beyond mathematical mountain climbing. The techniques help create and test computer systems that in turn help solve real-world problems such as cryptography, improving weather forecasts and designing safer cars, said David Slowinski, the other co-discoverer of the latest record number. Using a Cray T94 supercomputer, Slowinski and Gage found what is currently the biggest example of a Mersenne prime number, named after a 17th-century French monk, Father Marin Mersenne, who had a thing for numbers. A prime number is an integer greater than zero whose divisors are only itself and 1. (The number 2 is prime because it can only be divided evenly by 1 and 2, for example). Mersenne numbers are primes that take the form 2 to some power, minus 1 - in other words, 2 multiplied by itself a certain number of times with 1 subtracted from the result.
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Joseph Slowinski S.F. Biologist, Expert On Snakes Joseph B. Slowinski, a noted San Francisco biologist and one of the world's leading experts on venomous a sister, Rachel Slowinski of Los Angeles. Email David Perlman at dperlman http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/09/19/MN1