The mathematics of programming.- Concurrent programming using actors: Exploiting large-scale parallelism.- A new class of high level programs for distributed computing systems.- A class of termination detection algorithms for distributed computations.- New protocols for the election of a leader in a ring.- Program simplification via symbolic interpretation.- PROLOG-based inductive theorem proving.- On the calling behaviour of procedures.- Approximation algorithms for planar matching.- Geometric optimization and the polynomial hierarchy.- Deriving object octree from images.- Deduction with relation matching.- Recursively defined domains and their induction principles.- Large database specifications from small views.- A decision method for temporal logic based on resolution.- A generalization of the Parikh vector for finite and infinite words.- The implication problem for functional and multivalued dependencies : An algebraic approach.- A simple characterization of database serializability.- Who needs to verify programs if you can test them.- Partial correctness semantics for CP[?, |, &].- A proof technique for rely/guarantee properties.- A complete proof system for SCCS with modal assertions.- Demand-driven evaluation on dataflow machine.- Design and implementation of a procedural VLSI layout system.- VLSI systems for matrix multiplication.- Parallel algorithms for solving certain classes of linear recurrences.- O(1) parallel time incremental graph algorithms.- NC algorithms for comparability graphs, interval graphs, and testing for unique perfect matching.- Fast and efficient parallel algorithms for the exact inversion of integer matrices.
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Number Of Pages: 527
Published: 1st November 1985
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.74