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Alan Burns


  1. Alan Burns: Professor Alan Burns FREng FIET FBCS SMIEEE CEng is a professor in the Computer Science Department at the University of York, England. He has been at the University of York since 1990, and held the post of Head of Department from 1999 until 30 June 2006, when he was succeeded by John McDermid.
    • born in (63 years ago) in United Kingdom
    • nationality: United Kingdom
    • profession: Computer scientist
    • written works: "Concurrent programming", "Programming in Occam 2", "Concurrency in ADA", "HRT-HOOD", "The microchip", "Real-time systems and their programming languages", "Second report on MINOS"
  2. Alan Burns was an English author. Before becoming a full-time writer, he was a libel lawyer for the London Daily Express.
    • born on (86 years ago)
    • died on
    • written works: "The Angry Brigade", "Dreamerika!", "The day daddy died"
  3. Alan Burns: Sir Alan Cuthbert Maxwell Burns GCMG was a British colonial administrator and governor.
    • born on (128 years ago) in Basseterre
    • died on (35 years ago) in London
    • written works: "Fiji", "History of the British West Indies", "In defence of colonies"
  4. Alan Burns: Alan Wayne 'Frank' Burns is an Australian professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s, playing at club level for North Sydney Bears, Wakefield Trinity, and Western Suburbs Magpies, as a Stand-off/Five-eighth, Second-row, or Loose forward/Lock, i.e. 6, 11 or 12, or 13.

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Google previewRutgers Alumni Monthly (1922)

Alan Burns is a member of the firm of Rowland & Burns, engineers and eastern sales representatives, with offices at 39 Cortlandt street. New York. Burns, together with "Press" Mailler, who is also with the firm, is busily engaged in consulting ...

Google previewConcurrent and Real-Time Programming in Ada (2007)

by Alan Burns, Andy Wellings

ALAN BURNS is a Professor in Computer Science at the University of York.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library History (2015)

by Wayne A. Wiegand, Donald G. Jr. Davis

The destruction spurred rebuilding, and Governor Sir Alan Burns opened Jubilee Library in 1935. A $17,500 Carnegie Corporation grant partially funded this public subscription library. The first Belizian professional librarian, Leo Bradley, was ...

Google previewDictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory (2012)

by J. A. Cuddon

Samuel Beckett, William Burroughs, Julien Gracq, Alain Robbe-Griiiet, Nathalie Sarraute, Alan Burns and B. S. Johnson. See. also. EXPRESSIONISM;. NONSENSE;. PATAPHYSICS;. REALISM;. THEATRE. OF. THE. ABSURD;. VORTICISM.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology (1989)

Volume 21 - Supplement 6: ADA and Distributed Systems to Visual Languages by Allen Kent, James G. Williams

There are several Andrew J Wellings, Andrew M Lister, and Alan Burns.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the British Empire (1996)

by James Stuart Olson, Robert Shadle

REFERENCES: Alan Burns, History of the British West Indies, 1965; Cyril Hamshere, The British In The Caribbean, 1972. MARGARET M. BORENE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES. Leglislative assemblies played central roles in the development ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Censorship (2009)

by Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides

Kennedy, Aidan Higgins, and Alan Burns); “the American Scene” (HENRY MILLER, William Burroughs, Robert ...

Google previewInternational Dictionary of Library Histories (2001)

by David H. Stam

Alan Burns, Ethel S. Fegan, and Kate Ferguson were some of the major figures in library development in Nigeria in the 1930s and 1940s. Libraries in Lagos were founded and supported by the Colonial Office and funded by the Carnegie ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African Airlines (1998)

by Ben R. Guttery

The airline operated a number of Doves since they were first introduced in the late 1940s (including VR—NAB, VR-NAG, NR-NAJ “Sir Alan Burns," VR—NAP, VR-NAY, VR—NBA/VR—NEW, VR-NET, VRNIB “Sir Gerald Creasey,n VR-NIL, ...

Google previewThe household encyclopedia (1859)

Alan Burns successfully cut out a mark of this kind, which covered part of the right eye and cheek, like the wattles of a turkey cock. Mr. Langstaff was successful in cutting away the greater part of the upper lip of a child, three months ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction (2010)

Johnson, Christine Brooke-Rose, Alan Burns, Ann Quin, and Rayner Heppenstall throughout the 1960s.

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