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Paul Baran
Paul Baran
In 1964 in Santa Monica, California, Paul Baran of RAND published "On Distributed Communications Networks," outlining the operation of packet-switching networks capable of surviving node outages, in particular those caused by a nuclear first strike. He later helped to set up ARPANET.

See also: Paul Baran's Oral History