Dennis E. Hamilton

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System architect Dennis Hamilton devotes his international-consultant energies to the creation of document-processing systems by aggressive use of industry standards for interoperability and open integration.

The principal architect of Document Enabled Networking (DEN) at Xerox, Dennis was a leader in the technical merger of DEN and Shamrock under the AIIM Document Management Alliance (DMA). He provided architectural principles and the overall model for DMA system interoperability across and among enterprises. He is the current AIIM DMware Technical Coordinator.

Dennis has been developing software since 1958, contributing to standards for Algol, ASCII, Fortran, TIFF, ODMA, and DMA. Dennis is an Excelsior College graduate and a member of the ACM. He expresses his scholarly urges in The Miser Project, an exploration at the foundations of computer science.