Don Libes is a computer scientist in the Information Modeling and Testing Group under the Systems Integration Division (SID) of the Engineering Laboratory (EL) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He is responsible for one of the earliest network-shared memory ports on UNIX and the first port of XINU on UNIX.
- STEP: A family of ISO standards and draft standards for product management. Most of the tools written are for manipulating EXPRESS models.
- Expect: A tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd and hundreds of others. This makes keystrokes for the user after an automated task.
- NICS (NIST Identifier Collaboration Service): A free service to allow collaborative management of unmanaged namespaces.
- PrIKL: A theorem prover for IKL. A very expressive ontology language.
- Don Libes and Sandy Ressler, Life With UNIX: A Guide For Everyone, Prentice-Hall, 1989. ISBN 0-13-536657-7.
- Don Libes, Obfuscated C and Other Mysteries, Wiley, 1993. ISBN 0-471-57805-3.
- Don Libes, Exploring Expect: A Tcl-based Toolkit for Automating Interactive Programs, O'Reilly, 1995. ISBN 15655920902.
Click Here for a full list of his peer-reviewed publications, software, books, book chapters and invited papers, NIST Technical Reports, and presentations.
|Tcl Achievement Award, USENIX Tcl/Tk Conference||2000|
|Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer, Federal Laboratory Consortium||1998|
|Best Presentation Award, USENIX Association||1997|
|Best Paper Award, USENIX Association||1997|
|Best Presentation Award, USENIX Association||1996|
|Bronze Medal, US Department of Commerce||1993|
|Federal 100 Award, FOSE & FCW||1993|
|Innovation Award, International Communications Association||1992|
|Bronze Medal, US Department of Commerce||1990|