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MIT - Cambridge, Massachusetts.&nbsp; On 24 July 1961 MIT accepts [[Oral-History:Leonard Kleinrock|Leonard Kleinrock's]] doctoral dissertation "Information Flow in Large Communication Nets." This work is considered the first paper on packet-switching theory.
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Leonard Kleinrock
Leonard Kleinrock

MIT - Cambridge, Massachusetts.  On 24 July 1961 MIT accepts Leonard Kleinrock's doctoral dissertation "Information Flow in Large Communication Nets." This work is considered the first paper on packet-switching theory.