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The services received by a process from a time-sharing operating system can be characterized by a resource count ∑ w i R ij where R ij is the number of units of service received by process j from resource i and w i is the cost per unit of the service. Each class of users can be characterized by...
An automatic learning capability has been developed and implemented for use with the MULTIPLE ( MULTI purpose P rogram that LE arns) heuristic tree-searching program, which is presently being applied to resolution theorem-proving in predicate calculus. MULTIPLE's proving program (PP) uses two...
Pollack has proposed an algorithm for converting decision tables into flowcharts which minimize subsequent execution time when compiled into a computer program. Two modifications o this algorithm are proposed. The first relies on Shannon's noiseless coding theorem and the communications concept...
Complex interval arithmetic is defined using real interval arithmetic. Complex interval division is defined so as to assure smallest possible resulting intervals.
An integral equation is derived for the generating function for binary tree values, the values reflecting sorting effort. The analysis does not assume uniformly distributed branching ratios, and therefore is applicable to a family of sorting algorithms discussed by Hoare, Singleton, and van...
A sequential pattern recognition (SPR) procedure does not test all the features of a pattern at once. Instead, it selects a feature to be tested. After receiving the result of that test, the procedure either classifies the unknown pattern or selects another feature to be tested, etc. Medical...
The effectiveness of certain time-sharing techniques such as program relocation, disk rotational delay minimization, and swap volume minimization is investigated. Summary data is presented, and the findings are discussed. The vehicle for this investigation was a SIMULA based simulation model...
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