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A description is presented of an application in which macros and string concatenation were employed to add a new facility to BELFAP.
Since much of the computer time spent in time-series analysis is used for multiplications, a minimum multiplication method was devised for digital filtering, with the expectation that it would be useful in the online, real-time analysis of biological data. The filters are constructed from a...
A method is proposed and discussed which allows a subscripted-variable capability (in the FORTRAN sense) to be added to AUTOCODER-Type assembly systems.
The utility of generating functions in solving combinatoria problems is discussed. Particular implementation results are presented and evaluated.
In the thermal detection of rapid biochemical reactions it is necessary to correct the temperature data for transient heat conduction losses in a cylindrical calorimeter. To handle the complexities arising from varying thermal-relaxation times of concentric insulating layers, a computer program...
Present-day computing facilities are limited in their value for scientific research by inability to interact strongly with users. The full power of a research computing instrument should be available at many terminals that give each user the ability to generate, correct and operate any procedure...
Computer scheduling of papers as it was developed for the 1960 meeting of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) is described. The FASEB meeting is the largest scientific meeting held in the United States each year. The technique developed for FASEB can be applied...
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