(por1)William J. Mitchell, an architect and urban theorist who envisioned the modern city as an electronically interconnected network of systems and who, while serving as dean of the school of architecture and planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, enlisted top architects to carry out an ambitious expansion of the M.I.T. campus, died Friday in Boston. He was 65 and lived in Cambridge, Mass.
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