AFIPS NCC 1981:
Chicago, Illinois, USA American Federation of Information Processing Societies: 1981 National Computer Conference, 4-7 May 1981, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
AFIPS Conference Proceedings 50 AFIPS Press 1981
Computer hardware and architecture
- Richard F. Hobson:
Software sympathetic chip set design.
- W. A. Dees, K. M. Parmar, A. Goyal, Raymond Y. Tsui, B. D. Rathi, Robert J. Smith II:
A computer-aided VLSI layout system.
- William T. Overman, Stephen D. Crocker, Vittal Kini:
A multiprocessor description language.
- Algirdas Avizienis:
Fault tolerance by means of external monitoring of computer systems.
- L. E. Gallaher, Wing N. Toy:
The fault-tolerant 3B-20 processor.
- Wolfgang K. Giloi, Reinhold Güth, Bruce D. Shriver:
Firmware engineering: methods and tools for firmware specification and design.
- Harold W. Lawson Jr.:
New directions for micro- and system architectures in the 1980s.
- Alice C. Parker, Wayne T. Wilner:
Microprogramming: the challenges of VLSI.
- Andrew Heller, Andries van Dam:
Vertical and outboard migration: a progress report.
- Helmut K. Berg:
Firmware testing and test data selection.
- Scott Davidson, Bruce D. Shriver:
Specifying target resources in a machine independent higher level language.
- Perng-Yi Ma:
The design of a firmware engineering tool: the microcode compiler.
- Joseph A. Fisher, David Landskov, Bruce D. Shriver:
Microcode compaction: looking backward and looking forward.
- David A. Patterson, Ross Goodell, Michael D. Poe, Simon C. Steely Jr.:
V-Compiler: a next-generation tool for microprogramming.
- Svetlana P. Kartashev, Steven I. Kartashev:
Adaptable pipeline system with dynamic architecture.
- Bernhard Quatember:
Modular crossbar switch for large-scale multiprocessor systems: structure and implementation.
- Joseph Hellerstein, Wesley W. Chu:
Some potential deadlocks in layered communications architectures.
- A. C. D. De Figueiredo:
General-purpose integrated indexing circuits: a proposal.
- James D. Mooney:
The VALI (Variable Language Interpreter).
- Benjamin W. Wah, Y. W. Eva Ma:
The architecture of MANIP: a parallel computer system for solving NP-complete problems.
- Leon E. Winslow, Yuan-Chieh Chow:
Parallel sorting machines: their speed and efficiency.
- Danny Cohen:
Packet communication of online speech.
- J. D. Markel:
Highlights of a group effort in algorithmic development for packet-switched voice networks.
- G. C. O'Leary, P. E. Blankenship, J. Tierney, J. A. Feldman:
A modular approach to packet voice terminal hardware design.
- Kai Hwang, Benjamin W. Wah, Faye A. Briggs:
Engineering computer network (ECN): a hardwired network of UNIX computer systems.
- S. Leventis, George D. Papadopoulos, Stavros A. Koubias, J. Constantinides:
A protocol for a new double-loop computer network and its implementation.
- W. Y. Cheng, S. Ray, R. B. Kolstad, J. Luhukay, Roy H. Campbell, Jane W.-S. Liu:
ILLINET: a 32 Mbits/sec. local-area network.
- T. N. Turba, S. H. Costello:
A survey of currently implemented Pascal extensions.
- Michael E. Meyer:
A standard tool for information resource management.
- Roy H. Campbell, P. G. Richards:
SAGA: a system to automate the management of software production.
- David W. Johnson:
The development facility approach to improved software development.
- E. Levinson, L. S. Levy, J. B. Salisbury:
CARL: experience of an application using clusters.
- Edgar H. Sibley, P. Gerard Scallan, Eric K. Clemons:
The software configuration management database.
- David B. Wortman, Richard C. Holt, James R. Cordy, David R. Crowe, Ian H. Griggs:
Euclid: a language for compiling quality software.
- Charles Crowley:
The design and implementation of a new UNIX kernel.
- Charles R. Young:
A security policy for a profile-oriented operating system.
- André M. Van Tilborg, Larry D. Wittie:
Distributed task force scheduling in multi-microcomputer networks.
- Camille C. Price:
The assignment of computational tasks among processors in a distributed system.
- Bharat Bhargava:
Software reliability in real-time systems.
- J. George Shanthikumar:
A state- and time-dependent error occurrence-rate software reliability model with imperfect debugging.
- G. Michael Schneider, Robert L. Sedlmeyer, Joe Kearney:
On the complexity of measuring software complexity.
- John W. Center:
Quantitative measures of MIS quality assurance during hardware conversion.
- Jean Cochrane Zolnowski, Dick B. Simmons:
Taking the measure of program complexity.
- Michael J. Lyons:
Salvaging your software asset: (tools based maintenance).
- John Reutter III:
Maintenance is a management problem and a programmer's opportunity.
- Ned Chapin:
Productivity in software maintenance.
- M. A. Holthouse, C. W. Lybrook:
Improving software testing in large data processing organizations.
- George N. Baird, L. Arnold Johnson:
Compiler validation: an assessment.
- Mark K. Smith, Leonard L. Tripp, Leon J. Osterweil, Richard N. Taylor, William E. Howden:
An approach to transfer verification and validation technology.
- Ronald L. Danielson:
Easy interactive access to batch image analysis software.
- Nathan Relles, Norman K. Sondheimer, Giorgio P. Ingargiola:
A unified approach to online assistance.
- William L. Batchelor, Lucian J. Endicott Jr.:
An experimental system to support a very high level user interface.
- Robert Balzer, Neil M. Goldman:
Principles of good software specification and their implications for specification languages.
- Roy E. Anderson:
Modular documentation: a software development tool.
- Ken Hirose, Kiyoshi Segawa, Nobuo Saito, Norihisa Doi, Masahiro Hirata, Toshiharu Yamasaki, Masayuki Takata:
Specification technique for parallel processing: process-data representation.
- Robert C. Gammill:
A tiny portable language-independent macroprocessor and some applications.
Capacity and performance analysis
- Dimitris A. Protopapas:
Finite queueing approximation techniques for analysis of computer systems.
- J. R. Rao, W. L. Hanna:
Throughput-response measurements in a distributed CAD/CAM processing network.
- Vangalur S. Alagar, Bernard Blanchard, David Glaser:
Effective inference control mechanisms for securing statistical databases.
- Ruven Brooks, Meera Blattner, Zdzislaw Pawlak, Eamon Barrett:
Using partitioned databases for statistical data analysis.
- Michael W. Vannier, E. Othmer, Siegfried Othmer, P. Fishman:
Development of an automatic sleep EEG analysis and staging system.
- Darrell L. Ward:
Embedding an information system within a generalized network environment.
- Ruven Brooks:
The design of the clinical and research information system for psychiatry.
- Paul Decitre:
A concurrency control algorithm in a distributed environment.
- Richard J. Greene:
An alternative approach to distributed database updating.
- John Miles Smith, Philip A. Bernstein, Umeshwar Dayal, Nathan Goodman, Terry A. Landers, Ken W. T. Lin, Eugene Wong:
Multibase: integrating heterogeneous distributed database systems.
- James R. Swager:
Architecture of a distributed database information resource.
- Sadayuki Hikita, Haruaki Yamazaki, Kiyoshi Hasegawa, Yutaka Matsushita:
Optimization of the file access method in content-addressable database access machine (CADAM).
- Mamoru Maekawa:
Parallel sort and join for high speed database machine operations.
- Sakti Pramanik:
Highly parallel associative search and its application to cellular database machine design.
- Georges S. Nicolas:
A generalized database access path model.
- Burt M. Leavenworth:
Database programming with data abstractions.
- Bharat K. Bhargava, Leszek Lilien:
Feature analysis of selected database recovery techniques.
- Yahiko Kambayashi, Narao Nakatsu, Shuzo Yajima:
Data compression procedures utilizing the similarity of data.
Information processing management
Education and societal issues
Computers at work
- Helen J. Schwartz:
Keeping CAI humane in the humanities.
- Richard W. Boss:
The effects of computers on library staff and users: how can the administrator cope?
- Robin Crickman:
Libraries as local database producers.
- Richard C. Roistacher:
Data files as library materials: policies, procedures, and politics.
- L. Papayanopoulos:
Computerized weighted voting reapportionment.
- David J. Mishelevich:
Hospital information systems tutorial: a guide for computer scientists and practitioners.
Visuals, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence
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- James A. Hendler, Thomas P. Kehler, Paul Roller Michaelis, Brian Phillips, Kenneth M. Ross, Harry R. Tennant:
Issues in the development of natural language front-ends.
- Lance A. Miller, George E. Heidorn, Karen Jensen:
Text-critiquing with the EPISTLE system: an author's aid to better syntax.
- Bozena Henisz Thompson, Frederick B. Thompson:
Shifting to a higher gear in a natural language system.
- Jay Hewitt:
Computer speech for people with cerebral palsy.
- Nola Donato:
GRASS3, a language for interactive graphics.
- Robert Rocchetti:
VISION II: a dynamic raster-scan display.
- Nancy N. Sheheen, Patrick J. Hodson:
The development of the reactor safety film.
- W. R. Winfrey, S. R. Ricketts:
The MODEL/IMAGES2 system: an application of computer graphics and three-dimensional geometric modeling to the jet impingement problem.
- Sandra Cook, Caroled Hafner, L. Thorne McCarty, Jeffrey A. Meldman, Mark Peterson, James A. Sprowl, N. S. Sridharan, Donald A. Waterman:
The applications of artificial intelligence to law: a survey of six current projects.
- Larry Wos, S. K. Winker, Ewing L. Lusk:
An automated reasoning system.