Robert L. Ashenhurst
Christopher J. Van Wyk
Apple's Chairman of the Board discusses the future of three core technologies—hypermedia, simulation and artificial intelligence—and the role each will play in education. The following speech was presented to an audience of teachers …
The authors present a reconfigurable compiler for distributed memory parallel computers that performs automatic program partitioning, mapping, and communication code generation under the guidance of directives supplied by the …
Anthony E. Terrano, Stanley M. Dunn, Joseph E. Peters
The authors propose a method for automatic determination and scheduling of modules from a sequential program.
Carolyn McCreary, Helen Gill
DEBL provides a uniform, rigorous, and programming-language-independent environment for distributed program specification and debugging.
Wan-Hong S. Cheng, Virgil E. Wallentine
A parallel make utility that executes on multiple workstations and achieves a significant real-time speedup makes work with distributed computing easy to conduct.
Charles J. Fleckenstein, David Hemmendinger
A vast array of new, highly parallel machines are opening up new opportunities for new applications and new ways of computing.
C. Gordon Bell
Computer-aided software engineering (CASE) is moving into the problem-solving domain of the systems analyst. The authors undertook a study to investigate the various functional and behavioral aspects of CASE and determine the …
Ronald J. Norman, Jay F. Nunamaker
By reducing an array matching problem to a string matching problem in a natural way, it is shown that efficient string matching algorithms can be applied to arrays, assuming that a linear preprocessing is made on the text.
Rui Feng Zhu, Tadao Takaoka
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