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One of the main objectives in the design of a file system is the reduction of storage and data transfer costs. This paper presents a model in which several requests access the file system, and each request requires information from one or more variable length data-items. The probabilities of...
In this paper it is supposed that the variables x 1 , … , x n each have finite range with the variable x i taking on p i possible values and that the values of the variables are changing with time. It is supposed further that it is desired to detect occurrences in which some subset of the...
Techniques for designing and writing Cobol programs are presented. Previous work in structured programming is drawn upon and adapted. The presentation is informal: the terminology is nonmathematical as far as possible, no theorems are proved, and examples are used frequently. Top-down program...
A bibliography of approximately two hundred references in computer science education appearing in the literature since the publication of “Curriculum '68” is presented. The bibliography itself is preceded by brief descriptive materials organizing the references into the categories of survey...
The characteristics of the virtual memory requirements of a sample of Algol 60 programs have been measured. Distributions are presented for the sizes of memory requests and for their holding times (lifetimes). The results are presented in terms of Johnston's contour model and a simple abstract...
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