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Sufficient conditions are given for a real matrix to be similar to a positive matrix. This result is used to construct a similarity transformation which, when applied to a particular upper triangular matrix, yields a positive matrix with a preassigned positive spectrum.
ASP is a general purpose Associative Data Structure Package in which an arbitrary number of data items and an arbitrary number of the relationships between these data items may be represented. A special picture language is described which has proved very useful for drawing ASP structures on...
High-priority paralysis is the degradation that can occur in multiprogramming systems when scheduling is based primarily on preassigned priorities. It can be alleviated by modifying the scheduling algorithm to maximize the number of programs active at one time. The case history given in this...
A new programming language facility for symbol manipulation is described. String procedures may be declared and called in a standard ALGOL context. ALGOL procedures can in turn be called by string procedures so that numeric and symbolic processes may conveniently be programmed together....
The user public wants standardization and reliable identification of programming languages and related services. One way of achieving these goals is illustrated by the methods adopted for TRAC T-64 interactive language, and its related family of languages. Oppressive rigidity usually associated...
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