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Two radically different parallel computers prompt a debate about the best parallel architectures and may mark the commercial viability of parallelism on the supercomputer scale.
The authors describe a system that makes it easy and convenient to describe graphs and to include them as an integral part of the document formatting process.
Taking Ein-Dor's recent reevaluation of Grosch's law one step further, the authors find evidence of different slopes for different classes of computers and the utility of an additional variable: the IBM or IBM-compatible factor. The analysis indicates that Grosch's law no longer applies to...
The orders of equidistribution of subsequences of every n th term of the asymptotically random sequence given by Tootill, Robinson, and Eagle 5, and of six other asymptotically random sequences, were determined for various values of n and of the number of bits to which each term in the sequence...
Ada's importance goes far beyond its initial limited goals. The worldwide interest in the usage of Ada is one of many reasons for its uniqueness.
An exploratory study of computerized performance monitoring and control systems reveals both positive and negative effects. Responses of 50 clerical workers from 2 organizations with computerized monitoring were compared to 94 individuals from 3 organizations in similar jobs without computerized...
Benchmarks are developed to measure the Ada notion of time, the Ada features believed important to real-time performance, and other time-related features that are not part of the language, but are part of the run-time system; these benchmarks are then applied to the language and run-time system,...
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