Scope and Contents
Call Number: SC1165
Title: Terry Allen Winograd papers
38 Linear feet
Language(s): The materials are in English.
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[identification of item], Terry Allen Winograd Papers (SC1165). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford
University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Terry Allen Winograd (1946-), an impressive scholar and professor of computer science at Stanford University, is known for
his research on artificial intelligence and natural language. As a PhD student at MIT from 1968-1970, Winograd wrote SHRDLU,
a computer program for understanding natural language.
During Winograd’s successful career at Stanford University he co-directed the Stanford Human-Computer Interaction Group and
advised a PhD student in the mid-1990s named Larry Page, who later co-founded Google. In addition to his work in Stanford’s
Computer Science Department, Winograd also helped found the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.
Scope and Contents
Terry Allen Winograd papers include 33 boxes of print and audiovisual files dating back to the 1960s from Winograd’s own education
and his career as a professor at Stanford University. The collection includes professional files, publications, research files,
teaching files, audiovisual materials, computer files, and subject files on individual students.
Computer science--Study and teaching
Computer user interface
Stanford University. Dept. of Computer Science.