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Roger Hauck, 65; designed software for space program

By Andrea Levene
Globe Correspondent / May 7, 2004

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In the early 1960s when colleges started introducing computers into their research laboratories, a young mathematics student at Harvard took an interest. Fascinated with the inner workings of technology, Roger Hustvedt Hauck of Littleton spent the rest of his life designing software. (Full Article: 501 Words)

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