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A new simplified methodology for relational-database design overcomes the difficulties associated with nonloss decomposition. It states dependencies between data fields on a dependency list and then depicts them unambiguously as interlinked bubbles and doublebubbles on a dependency diagram. From...
A Report of the ACM Curriculum Task Force for CS2
In this article we develop some algorithms and tools for solving matrix problems on parallel processing computers. Operations are synchronized through data-flow alone, which makes global synchronization unnecessary and enables the algorithms to be implemented on machines with very simple...
ALGLIB—a library of procedures that perform analytic differentiation and other simple symbolic manipulations—has certain advantages over existing and more comprehensive packages. It can be implemented in a high-level language of the user's choice using a pseudocode available from the authors,...
Diehr and Faaland developed an algorithm that finds the minimum sum of key length pagination of a scroll of n items, and which uses O(n log n) time, solving a problem posed by McCreight. An improved algorithm is given which uses O(n) time.
The CIRRUS banking network makes coast-to-coast automatic banking transactions possible. The system will soon be able to handle international currency transactions and point-of-sale transactions in stores.
MCC, the consortium of companies headed by Admiral B. R. Inman, that some consider America's reply to Japan's Fifth Generation initiative, invited members and nonmembers to brainstorm on software design. Also on the agenda was the announcement of LEONARDO, MCC's software research project.
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