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In previous heap storage systems, the cost of creating objects and garbage collection is independent of the lifetime of the object. Since objects with short lifetimes account for a large portion of storage use, it is worth optimizing a garbage collector to reclaim storage for these objects more...
Simulations constitute an important family of computer applications in science and engineering. To perform each simulation run, it is usually necessary to provide extensive data specifying the parameters of the simulation as well as data which support the calculation models involved. We have...
An experiment was performed to assess the relative merits of program design languages (PDLs) and flowcharts as techniques for the development and documentation of detailed designs for computer programs. The use of a PDL by a software designer, for the development and description of a detailed...
Theories of resistance to management information systems (MIS) are important because they guide the implementation strategies and tactics chosen by implementors. Three basic theories of the causes of resistance underlie many prescriptions and rules for MIS implementation. Simply stated, people...
An historical overview of computational complexity is presented. Emphasis is on the fundamental issues of defining the intrinsic computational complexity of a problem and proving upper and lower bounds on the complexity of problems. Probabilistic and parallel computation are discussed.
An economical method of producing both hard copy and projection forms of text, without duplication of effort.
In 1979 the Department of Defense started its “software initiative,” an effort to maintain U.S. leadership in computer technology for support of its military systems. The “software initiative” evolved into the Software Technology for Adaptable Reliable Systems program (STARS), first...
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