The first public release of GEMS was managed by Mike Marty. Technical aspects of the first public release of GEMS were performed primarily by Mike Marty and Brad Beckmann with additional contributions from Alaa Alameldeen, Kevin Moore, and Luke Yen.

Multifacet GEMS was originally developed primarily by Milo Martin (Ruby, SLICC), Daniel Sorin (Ruby), and Carl Mauer (Opal). Opal includes substantial code authored and graciously provided by Craig Zilles. Substantial further development was performed by Alaa Alameldeen, Brad Beckmann, Ross Dickson, Dan Gibson, Pacia Harper, Derek Hower, Milo Martin, Mike Marty, Carl Mauer, Kevin Moore, Manoj Plakal, Daniel Sorin, Haris Volos, Min Xu, and Luke Yen.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation (CCR-0324878, EAI/CNS-0205286, and CCR-0105721) and donations from Intel Corporation and Sun Microsystems.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or any other sponsor.

The Multifacet GEMS Development Team,
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