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IEEE Computer Volume 11 Number 5 -- REPOSITORY

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Original Publication Date: 1978-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Nov-10
Document File: 6 page(s) / 27K

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REPOSITORY * R78-42 -- Trivedi, Kishor S., and Robert A. Wagner, ";A Decision Model for Closed Queuing Networks"; (30 pp., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina) * R78-43 -- Thompson, Timothy Jon, ";The Pascal Series: A Plato Lesson Sequence"; {36 pp., Report No. UIUCDCSR-77-909, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois} * R78-44 -- Zaks, S., and D. Richards, ";Generating Trees and Other Combinatorial Objects Lexicographically"; (19 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R-77- 903, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78-45 -- Liu, C. L., and K. M. Chung, ";A Generalization of Ramsey Theory for Graphs"; (39 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS. R-77-906, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois} * R78-46 -- Rosenthal, Arnie, ";Hard Computational Problems in Reliability Theory"; (18 pp., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan) * R78-47 -- Chong, Fay, Jr., ";Execution Time Analysis for Real Time Microcomputer Programs"; (263 pp., University of California, Berkeley, California) * R78-48 -- Kampen, Garry R., ";Lingo!: A Readable Formalism for Programming Language Semantics"; (39 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R-77-889, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois} * R78-49 -- Kim, Won, ";Relational Data Base System Implementations -- A Survey"; (66 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R78-913, University of Illinois, Urbana Illinois) * R78-50 -- Dervisoglu, Bulent, ";Reliable Input Synchronizers and Flip-Flops"; (28 pp., University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut} * R78~51 -- Plavsic, Vojin, and Per-Erik Danielsson, ";A New Method for the Evaluation of Boolean Functions"; (32 pp., Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden} * R78-52 -- Yamazaki, Haruaki, ";Performance Evaluation of Multiprocessor Systems Containing Special Purpose Processors"; (42 pp., Report No. UIUCDCSR-78- 891, University of Illinois, Urbana. Illinois} * R78-53 -- Cheng, Wing Kai, ";Multiprocessor for String Manipulation (106 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R-77-907, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78-54 -- Chang, Donald Yi-Chung, ";Furthur Results Regarding Multiprocessor Systems"; (238 pp., Report No. UIUCDCSR-77-908, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78-55 -- Hansen, Per Brinch, and Jorgen Staunstrup, ";Specification and Implementation of Mutual Exclusion"; (22 pp., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California) * R78-56 -- Trivedi, Kishor S., and Robert E. Kinicki, ";A Mathematical Model for Computer System Configuration Planning"; (21 pp., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina) * R78-57 -- ";Quarterly Technical Progress Report of the Information Engineering Laboratory"; (26 pp., Report No. UIUCDCSR-77-911, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois) * R78 58 -- Kruczek, Hanna Kammerahl, ";Analyzing the Learning of Computer Programming Concepts Through the Teaching of PAL"; (141 pp., Report No. UIUCDCS-R-78-910, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois)

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R78-42 -- Trivedi, Kishor S., and Robert A. Wagner, "A Decision Model for Closed Queuing Networks" (30 pp., Duke University, Durham, North Carolina)

This paper considers the cost-performance optimization of systems that can be modeled using a closed queuing network. The system throughput is the objective function to be maximized and the speeds of the servers are the decision variables. A rich class of nonlinear cost functions is considered, The paper shows that any local optimum of the optimization problem is also a global optimum. It also shows that the cost constraint is active and that the method of Lagrange multipliers can be used to solve the problem efficiently.

R78-43 -- Thompson, Timothy Jon, "The Pascal Series: A Plato Lesson Sequence" {36 pp., Report No. UIUCDCSR-77-909, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois}

This paper discusses the overall design of a Plato lesson sequence, particularly that of the Pascal series, a sequence intended for introductory computer science courses. It lists the topics and concepts covered by each lesson of the sequence, and discusses some general considerations in writing Plato lessons,

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