Lovelace Medal

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The Lovelace Medal was established by the British Computer Society in 1998, and is presented to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the understanding or advancement of Computing. It is the top award in Computing in the UK.The award is named after Ada Lovelace, who was the daughter of Lord Byron and an English Mathematician, scientist, and writer. She worked with computer pioneer Charles Babbage on the proposed mechanical general-purpose computer - The Analytical Engine, in 1842 and is often described as the world's first female computer programmer. The computer language Ada, created on behalf of the United States Department of Defense, was named after Lovelace. The medal is intended to be presented to individuals, without regard to their countries of domicile, who have made a contribution which is of major significance in the advancement of Computing. It is generally anticipated that there will be one medalist each year, but the regulation does not preclude either several medalists or no medalist.
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award received: Lovelace Medal

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Tim Berners-Lee

British computer scientist, inventor of the World Wide Web

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Long Live The Web ( 2010 )

wetenschappelijk artikel

author: Tim Berners-Lee

Publishing on the semantic web ( 2001 )

scientific article (publication date: 26 April 2001)

author: Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler

The Semantic Web Revisited ( 2006 )

scientific article (publication date: May 2006)

author: Tim Berners-Lee, Wendy Hall, Nigel Shadbolt

The Semantic Web ( 2001 )

classic 2001 article in Scientific American by TBL et al.

author: Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, Ora Lassila

Linked Data: The Story So Far ( 2011 )

scientific article (publication date: 2011)

author: Tim Berners-Lee, Christian Bizer, Tom Heath

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Ross J. Anderson

British computer scientist, cryptographer

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Andrew Blake

British researcher in computer vision

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