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Parks, Curtis – NIST (Contributor to Chapter 2) Mr. Parks is a Computer Specialist with the Electronic

Information Technologies Group of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Laboratory of NIST. He chairs an

IEEE Study Group on Electronic Commerce of Component Information. He was principle author of the Hybrid

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Microcircuit Application Protocol for the Navy MicroCIM Program and served as editor to the EAC on the LEP AP.

He participated in the initial work of the PDES, Inc. E/E Team and later was the IGES EAC acting Chair. Prior to

joining NIST he was with General Dynamics Pomona Division as Weapon Systems Engineer on the Phalanx and

Standard Missile projects, and later with the CAD/CAM Engineering Department, he developed electrical CAD

applications for the design, documentation and tooling for integrated circuits, printed wiring assemblies, wirewrap

boards, cables and harnesses. He was the Division's representative to the IPO, and assumed the responsibility of

IGES Change Control Secretary. He was a principle modeler of the electrical reference model in the PDES Initiation

Task, the leader of one of the Cal Poly Teams, and a principle member of a second Team.

Phillips, Lisa – NIST (Co-Author of Chapter 9) Lisa Phillips is a Computer Scientist in the Manufacturing

Standards Methodology group in the Manufacturing Standards Integration Division of the Manufacturing

Engineering Laboratory. Phillips currently serves as the Secretary of ISO TC 184/SC4. Her previous roles have

included serving as the Project Manager of the Application Protocol Development Environment project, in which

she both developed and led the development of software in support of STEP standards. Her technical efforts in this

area have focused on the use of the Standard Generalized Markup Language to advance the preparation and improve


the quality of STEP standards.

Pratt, Michael – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute/NIST (Contributor to Chapter 10) Dr. Pratt is a Senior

Research Associate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. He has spent the past four years on secondment

at NIST as a Guest Researcher in the Manufacturing Systems Integration Division. Previously he was Professor of

Computer Aided Engineering in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Cranfield University in the UK. He is the

leader of the Parametrics Group in ISO TC184/SC4/WG12.

Rando, Thomas - Electric Boat Corporation (Contributor to Chapter 10) Dr. Rando has been employed at

Electric Boat Corporation for the past twenty years. He has been actively involved in STEP standards development

and a technical representative to PDES, Inc. since 1991. He is the project leader for the C++, IDL and Java bindings

to the Standard Data Access Interface. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Connecticut

in 1990.

Ray, Steven R. – NIST (Contributor to Chapter 10) Chief of the Manufacturing Systems Integration Division,

Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). From a technical

specialty in process planning, he co-developed a neutral process plan model called ALPS (A Language for Process

Specification), and participated on the development of STEP Part 49 (Process Structure and Properties), on the

validation of STEP AP213 (Process Plans for NC Machining), and served as acting Chair of the IGES/PDES

Organization from 1989 to 1990. Dr. Ray received his Ph.D. in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering from

Princeton University in 1981, and his Bachelor's degree in Physics from Bristol University, England in 1977.

Smith, Bradford M. – NIST, Retired; Self-Employed (Manuscript Reviewer) Mr. Smith served as Chairman of


the IGES Organization from June 1980 and subsequently, Chairman of the IGES/PDES Organization until October

1989. Edited IGES Versions 1-3. Mr. Smith achieved ANSI approval for IGES Version 1.0 then organized the ISO

TC 184/SC4 Subcommittee and served as Chairman and Secretary from 1984 to 1995. He chaired the U.S. TAG for

ISO TC 184/SC4 from 1984 to 1989. Gained approval for the Initial Release of the first twelve parts of ISO 10303

in 1994.

The Editor would like to extend a special thanks to Al Jones, Dennis Swyt, Lisa Fronczek, Joan Wellington, and

Melissa Zeltman for their technical, editorial, and compositional contributions to complete this document. Particular

thanks and appreciation go to Beamie Young for the cover design.

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