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Stuart M. Shieber is a co-founder of Cartesian Products, Inc. and co-inventor of Cartesian's compression method. He is currently Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science in the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. Professor Shieber graduated from Harvard College summa cum laude with an AB in applied mathematics. He received his PhD in computer science from Stanford University.

He was a computer scientist on the staff of the Artificial Intelligence Center at SRI International for eight years before moving to his present position. In 1993, he was awarded a Presidential Faculty Fellowship by the National Science Foundation, one of only 30 such fellowships in the country in all areas of science and engineering.

Professor Shieber is the author of four books and over thirty articles and papers in computer science.

Peter B. Mark is a co-founder of Cartesian Products, Inc., and co-inventor of Cartesian's compression method. As Vice President of Software Architecture at Sequoia Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of fault-tolerant computers, Mr. Mark developed and implemented a proprietary fault-tolerant multiprocessor operating system, which is currently under license to several large computer manufacturers including Hewlett-Packard and Samsung.

From 1980 to 1981, Mr. Mark was a Teaching Fellow in Computer Science at Harvard University.

Mr. Mark graduated from Harvard College cum laude with an AB in Applied Science, and received his master's degree in computer science from Harvard University.

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