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A modification of the Berry-Meekings "style metric"—applied to software from the corporate environment—finds little relationship between this style metric and error proneness.
Two new procedures for manipulating multiple stacks which share sequential memory locations are discussed. The first is the dynamic initial allocation procedure in which each stack is allocated as its first element arrives rather than having every stack preallocated at the very beginning of the...
To illustrate the "remarkable extent to which complexity theory operates by means of analogs from computability theory," Richard Karp created this conceptual map or jigsaw puzzle. To lay out the puzzle in the plane, he used a "graph planarity algorithm." The more distantly placed parts might not...
The advantages of user-defined distfix operators—a syntactic convenience that enhances the readability of programs—can be obtained as an extension of almost any programming language without requiring dynamic changes to the parser.
Analyzing program style may be properly considered an integral part of program compilation—as successfully implemented in two style-analysis tools for Fortran 77: AUTOMARK and ASSESS. The authors look forward to the day when all major language compilers routinely provide a standard...
The 1985 Turing Award winner presents his perspective on the development of the field that has come to be called theoretical computer science.
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