Software Engineering, Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences volume 2, 1969. Julius T. Tou, COINS Computer, Information Sciences.

Software Engineering, Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences volume 2, 1969.

Academic Press NY 1971; 297 pages, Index, diagrams, References.

Condition: Very Good, yellow cloth hardcover with title in black on spine; no dustjacket; front pastedown with peeled area as if bookplate removed; binding is sound and secure, pages are clean and unmarked.

Keywords: Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences, A Grammar for Maps, Syntactic Pattern Recognition, Automatic Language processing, Computer-Assisted Documentation of Working Binary Computer Programs with Unknown Documentation

Price: $8.00

Item Description

Contents include --
Computer-Assisted Documentation of Working Binary Computer Programs with Unknown Documentation (Edmund C. Berkeley) -- Cryptanalysis of a portion of a computer program with unknown documentation; the simulator analyzer; concepts and principles of the simulator analyzer

Quality Control in the Publishing Process and Theoretical Foundations for Information Retrieval (Manfred Kochen)
ISL - a new Programming Language for Information Retrieval (R T CHien, SR Ray and FA Stahl)
An Error Analysis for Functions of Qualitative Attributes with Application to Information Retrieval (D M Jackson)
Logical Aspects of Question-Answering by Computer (J L Kuhns)

Intermediate Languages for Automatic Language processing (Michael Otten and Milos G Pacak) - machine translation; information retrieval, more
GIRL -- Graph Information Retrieval Language - Design of Syntax (S Berkowitz)
On the Role of Exact and Nonexact Associative Memories in Human and Machine Information Processing (Nicholas V Findler) - on living systems; an associative memory, parallel processing language - AMPPL-II; more

On Syntactic Pattern Recognition (K-S Fu and P H Swain)
Grammatical Inference Techniques in Pattern Analysis (Thomas G Evans)
Linguistic Analysis of Waveforms (T Pavlidis)

A Grammar for Maps (Azriel Rosenfeld and James P Storng)
A Software Engineering APproach to the SPace Information Systems of the Future (T P Gorman)
An Efficient Program for Real-Time Assignment of Jobs in a Hybrid Computer Network (IT Frisch and M Malek-Zavarei)
An Algorithmic Approach to Sequential Automata Design (Chester C Carroll, William L Oilver jr, and William A Hornfeck)
Behavioral Misconceptions facing the Software Engineer (Richard H Wilcox).