Software Engineering: COINS III, Volume 2 contains the proceedings of the Third Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences held in Miami Beach, Florida, in December 1969. The symposium provided a forum for reviewing major advances in software engineering, with emphasis on information retrieval, pattern processing, and computer networks. Comprised of 16 chapters, this volume begins with a discussion on computer-assisted documentation of working binary computer programs with unknown documentation. The reader is then introduced to quality control in the publishing process and theoretical foundations for information retrieval; logical aspects of question-answering by computer; and intermediate languages for automatic language processing. Subsequent chapters focus on syntactic pattern recognition; grammatical inference techniques in pattern analysis; linguistic analysis of waveforms; and a software engineering approach to the space information system of the future. An efficient program for real-time assignment of jobs in a hybrid computer network is also described. This monograph is intended for scientists, engineers, and educators in the fields of computer science and information science.Credit for any success in this symposium must be shared with many people who contributed significantly of their time and ... William R. D. Nickelson of the University of Florida, James E. Norman and Yale N. Patt of the Army Research Office, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Software Engineering, COINS III|
|Author||:||Julius T. Tou|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2014-12-02|