Jon Louis Bentley is a researcher in the field of computer science. Bentley worked on his MS and Ph.D at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before eventually becoming a Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics at Carnegie-Mellon University. At CMU, his students included Brian Reid, John Ousterhout, Jeff Eppinger, and James Gosling. Bentley was one of Charles Leiserson's advisors. He found an optimal solution for the two dimensional case of Klee's measure problem: given a set of n rectangles, find the area of their union
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