Bryan Kocher, Bruce H. Bruemmer
Robert L. Ashenhurst
The authors discuss the development of intelligent techniques appropriate for the automatic preparation, execution, and control of numerical experiments.
Harold Abelson, Michael Eisenberg, Matthew Halfant, Jacob Katzenelson, Elisha Sacks, Gerald J. Sussman, Jack Wisdom, Ken Yip
An attorney looks at how copyright law is applied to the protection of software user interfaces and makes a strong case for reevaluating the way the law views software.
Gertis—a prototype expert system—not only demonstrates the feasibility of applying the Dempster-Shafer-based reasoning model to diagnosing hierarchically related hypotheses, but also suggests ways to generate better explanations …
Based on microeconomics, computer hardware performance is analyzed using two methods. For the cost function analysis, both purchase and lease prices are used. The results show no economies of scale for the mainframes and superminis …
Y. M. Kang
As the technical foundations of software production emerge, software engineers run the risk of obsolescence—now.
N. E. Gibbs
Analyzing requirements for object-oriented software is examined in an alternative methodology from the more standard structured analysis approach. Through parallel processes of decomposing objects and allocating functions, the …
S. C. Bailin