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This work seeks to radically change the computing landscape for the 21st century. The key theme is providing software and hardware technologies engineered to adapt to inevitable changes in base technology and application usage pattern. A good starting point documenting this research thrust is the reinventing computing executive summary. Key components of the envisioned computing landscape include:

Concrete Research Directions

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  • Jeremy Brown <>
  • Andre' DeHon, <>
  • Ian Eslick, <>
  • Ping-Shun Huang <>
  • Tom Knight, <>
  • Derrick Chen <>
  • Ethan Mirsky <>
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  • The Reinventing Computing Project is sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Information Technology Office (ITO).

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