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IEEE Computer Volume 11 Number 4 -- REPOSITORY

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Original Publication Date: 1978-Apr-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-10
Document File: 3 page(s) / 19K

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Abstract

REPOSITORY * R78-34 -- Reiss, Steven P., ";A Theoretic Approach to Automatic Programming"; (58pp., Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island) * R78-35 -- Shrivastava, S. K., and J. P. Banatre, ";Reliable Resource Allocation Between Unreliable Processes"; (38 pp., University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, England) * R78-36 -- Jullien, G. A., ";Residue Number Scaling and Other Operations Using ROM Arrays"; (43 pp., University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada * R78-37 -- Zaks, Samuel, ";Generating K-ary Trees Lexicographically"; (19 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS R-77- 901, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78 38 -- Perl, Yehoshua, ";Average Analysis of Simple Path Algorithms"; (27 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS R- 77-905, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78-39 -- Redinbo, G. Robert, ";Finite Field Arithmetic on an Array Processor"; (49 pp., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy,- New York) * R78 40 -- Kong, Antony King Yin, ";A Search for Better Linear Multistep Methods for Stiff Problems"; (105 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R-77-899, University of Illinois Urbana, Illinois) * R78~41 -- Bruening, James T., ";Inverses of Transfer Function Matrices"; (38 pp., Baker University, Baldwin City, Kansas)

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R78-34 -- Reiss, Steven P., "A Theoretic Approach to Automatic Programming" (58pp., Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island)

This paper gives bounds and directions for practical automatic programming. The author first demonstrates that automatic programming is a problem of inverting a semantics-specifying mapping. Then, using a series of simplifications and formalisms he shows that a specific problem is defined by a mapping that takes the target language into the source,

and that automatic programming simply involves inverting this mapping. This concise model is used to determine the bounds of practical automatic programming and those types of mappings that can be used in a practical system. The complexity of the problem depends on the type of mapping to be inverted. The author provides examples of practical problems that can be defined using the appropriate mappings, and discusses new directions for automatic programming.

R78-35 -- Shrivastava, S. K., and J. P. Banatre, "Reliable Resource Allocation Between Unreliable Processes" (38 pp., University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, England)

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