ACM, 1976, pp 1 - 445 inclusive; double-column text, References at ends of articles; some tables, graphs, etc.
Condition: Very Good or a bit better, turquoise and white cardstock covers, bindings are secure and tight, pages clean and unmarked, some issues with slight edgewear or small creases to cover corners.
Keywords: codasyl, computing surveys, fault-tolerant computing, fault-tolerant operating systems, computer architecture, data-base, database management, relational database, reliable software, real-time computing
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Computer Science, Programming and Programming Languages, ALGOL, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, ACM Association for Computing Machinery, Word Processing, Data Processing
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Item DescriptionContents include -- Volume 8 no. 1, March 1976 -- SPECIAL ISSUE Data-base Management Systems -- guest editor's Introduction - the Development of Data-Base Technology (Sibley); Evolution of Database Management Systems (Fry and Sibley); Relational Database Management systems (Chamerlin); CODASYL Data Base Management Systems (Taylor & Frank) Hierarchical Data-Base Management (Tsichritizis & Lochovsky); A Comparison of Relational and CODASYL Approaches to Data-Base Management (Micahels, Mittman & Carlson);
Vol 8 no. 2 June 1976 -- editorial overview by E I Organick; A Tutorial on ALGOL 68 (Tanenbaum); A sampler of formal definitions (Marcotty, Ledgard & Brockmann); A Conceptual Framework for Computer Architecture (Reddi & Feustel):
Volume 8 no 3, September 1976 -- SPECIAL ISSUE - Reliable Software I - Software Validation -- guest editorial by Yeh; Data Flow analysis in software reliability (Fosdick & Osterweil); An Introduction to Proving the COrrectness of Programs (Hantler & King);
Volume 8 no. 4 December 1976 -- SPECIAL ISSUE - Reliable Software II -- Fault-Tolerant Software -- guest editorial by Yeh; Fault-tolerant Operating Systems (Denning); Fault-tolerant software for real-time applications (Hecht); Operating system structures to support Security and Reliable Software (Linden).