Robert D. Galliers, Frank F. Land
Robert L. Ashenhurst
The macro-molecular structural conformations of proteins exhibit higher order regularities whose recognition is complicated by many factors. ARIADNE searches for similarities between structural descriptors and hypothesized protein …
Richard H. Lathrop, Teresa A. Webster, Temple F. Smith
A dilemma skirting the discipline of computer architecture concerns the plausibility of architectural designs. To counter the widely held perception that architecture is a nebulous entity is a proposal to view such designs as …
Ulises Agüero, Subrata Sasgupta
Markup practices can affect the move toward systems that support scholars in the process of thinking and writing. Whereas procedural and presentational markup systems retard that movement, descriptive markup systems accelerate …
James H. Coombs, Allen H. Renear, Steven J. DeRose
A simple "lets talk about it" strategy is developed that enables users to explore lower level error messages through dialogue.
The Partial Metrics System design is explained, with an emphasis on the refinement process. A model, with its three phases, shows that the pseudocode refinement process can be monitored in partial metric terms.
Robert G. Reynolds
In almost all computer applications, users must enter correct words for the desired objects or actions. For success without extensive training, or in first-tries for new targets, the system must recognize terms that will be chosen …
G. W. Furnas, T. K. Landauer, L. M. Gomez, S. T. Dumais
Top-level management and directors of management information systems (MIS) have been urged to oversee information systems (IS) development efforts using MIS steering committees. Although such committees have been shown to assist …
William J. Doll, Golamreza Torkzadeh
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