IEEE Computer Volume 11 Number 9 -- REPOSITORY
Original Publication Date: 1978-Sep-01
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REPOSITORY * R78~129 -- McCluskey, E. J., ";Logic Design of MultPValued AL Logic Clrcults"; * R78~130 -- Parhaml, B., ";On the Use of Farsl and Arabic Languages In Com. puter Based Intormatlon Systems"; * R78~131 -- Moranda, Paul B., ";Critique of 'An Analysis of Competing Software Rellabillty Models'"; * R78-132 -- Saylor, Paul E., ";Use of the Slagular Value Decompositlon to Im crease Execution and Storage Etticlency of the Manteuttel Algorithm for the Solu. tlon of Nonsymmetric Linear Systems"; * R78-133 -- Meyer, John F., ";On Evaluating the Pertormabillty of Degradable Computing Systems"; * R78~134 -- Chow, Catherine, ";Continued. Product Algorithms for Division, Loga. rithm, Exponential, and Square Root in Radix 10"; * R78~135 -- Allen, B. T., ";A Size. Independent Computer Language and Its Instantaneous Description on a Size. Independent Computer"; * R78~136 -- Brown, C. M. ";Two Descrip. lions and a Two-Sample Test for 3.D Vector Data"; * R78~137 -- Armstrong, Philip N. and Mar tin Rem, ";A Serlal Sorting Machine"; * R78~138 -- Nussbaumer, H. J., ";Fast Mull tippers for Number Theoretic Transforms"; * R78~139 -- Rlggl, F. ";Implementing a Subroutine Library for Computer Grap. hics Appilcatlons: Isometric Represem tatlon of Two-Dlmenslonal Functions"; * R78~140 -- Wang, Paul P., ";Optimal Fea. lures Selection for Blnary-Partitioned Classificatlom(M,N) Algorithm"; * R78~141 -- Lombardi, J. C., ";A Program. mable Hardware Monitoring and Sim. ulation (PROMOS) System for Com. puter.Based Process Control Systems"; * R78~142 -- Jino, Mario, ";Intelligent Mag. netic Bubble Memories"; * R78~143 -- Young, Ming H., ";Program Manual of Programs for Minimal Covering Problems: Illod.Mlnic-B, Illod-Mlalc. BP, Illod.Mlnic-BS, Illod-Mlalc.BA Illod.Minic- BG";
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R78~129 -- McCluskey, E. J., "Logic Design of MultPValued AL Logic Clrcults"
(46 pp., Signetics Corp., Sunnyvale, California)
An algebraic system for designing multi valued (four-level) I2L circuits is presented here. It was necessary to develop this system because the use of existing multi-valued logic formalisms does not result in efficient I2L circuits. The close relationship between the algebra and the integrated circuits is stressed throughout the paper.
R78~130 -- Parhaml, B., "On the Use of Farsl and Arabic Languages In Com. puter Based Intormatlon Systems"
(1l pp., Arya-Mehr University of Technology, Tehran, Iran)
This paper identifies some basic problems concerning the use of Farsi and Arabic languages in computer-based information systems and presents guidelines for their solutions. The most immediate problems are in the area of information representation and standardized information interchange codes. With respect to input/output devices, the problems are direct results of the
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