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A precise analysis of partial match retrieval of multidimensional data is presented. The structures considered here are multidimensional search trees ( k -d-trees) and digital tries ( k -d-tries), as well as structures designed for efficient retrieval of information stored on external devices....
A major event in automated reasoning was the introduction by Robinson of resolution as an inference principle that is complete for the first-order predicate calculus. Here the theory of binary resolution, based strictly on unification, is recast to incorporate the axioms of equality....
A sound and, in certain cases, complete method is described for evaluating queries in relational databases with null values where these nulls represent existing but unknown individuals. The soundness and completeness results are proved relative to a formalization of such databases as suitable...
A novel formal theory of concurrent systems that does not assume any atomic operations is introduced. The execution of a concurrent program is modeled as an abstract set of operation executions with two temporal ordering relations: “precedence” and “can causally affect”. A primitive...
The problem of partitioning a polygonal region into a minimum number of trapezoids with two horizontal sides is discussed. A triangle with a horizontal side is considered to be a trapezoid with two horizontal sides one of which is degenerate. First, a method of achieving a minimum partition is...
The theory developed in Part I is used to state the mutual exclusion problem and several additional fairness and failure-tolerance requirements. Four “distributed” N -process solutions are given, ranging from a solution requiring only one communication bit per process that permits individual...
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