Computing in the 90's [electronic resource] : The First Great Lakes Computer Science Conference Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, October 18–20, 1989 Proceedings / edited by Naveed A. Sherwani, Elise Doncker, John A. Kapenga.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 507Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1991Description: XV, 445 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387348155Subject(s): Computer science | Operating systems (Computers) | Computer software | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Processor Architectures | Operating Systems | Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)Additional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.9.A43Online resources: Click here to access online
Computational complexity of geometric symmetry detection in graphs -- Low dimensional middle cubes are Hamiltonian -- Approximation algorithms for the chromatic sum -- A color-exchange algorithm for exact graph coloring -- S-distance in trees -- Algorithms on block-complete graphs -- Heuristic-based learning -- A template-based approach for recognition of intermittent sounds -- A mathematical model of uncertain information -- A word to phoneme translator -- Performance evaluation of medical expert systems -- Spelling correction for an intelligent tutoring system -- An informational network for a natural talking system -- Formation of categories in document classification systems -- An expert system for creativity management -- A more flexible method for recognizing signals using back propagation: Piecewise linear regression vectors -- A cooperative algorithm for the dynamic stereo problem -- Design of hierarchical classifiers -- Designing and implementing parallel constructs -- Performance of parallel consistency algorithms -- Delay analysis of the N-cube network -- A note on Conway's parallel sorting algorithm -- Visualization of program performance on concurrent computers -- Minimum odd neighbourhood covers for trees -- Cascading LZW algorithm with huffman coding: A variable to variable length compression algorithm -- Dendrograms and irreducible prefix codes -- Massively parallel implementations of adaptively subdividing fractal generating algorithms with parameter extensions -- A simple and powerful representation of binary search trees -- Random permutations from logarithmic signatures -- Novel design techniques for RNS systolic VLSI arrays -- A compound decision theory approach to digital signal reconstruction -- Real-time parameter control in space vehicles: A parallel architecture and the protocols -- A microinstruction based procedure to diagnose hardware failures in industrial robots -- A specification and verification tool for communication protocols -- Structured on-line directory and file organization -- Genetic algorithms and the search for optimal database index selection -- An object-based approach to the specification of office entities -- Lexical acquisition for lexical databases -- A search for good lattice rules based on the reciprocal lattice generator matrix -- An adaptive numerical integration algorithm for simplices -- The HK singular value decomposition of rank deficient matrix triplets -- Approximate integration using iterated Levin transformations -- Recent advances in shape preserving piecewise cubic interpolation -- Structured graph models: An efficient tool for VLSI design -- A stochastic algorithm for circuit bi-partitioning -- An optimal channel-routing algorithm for a restricted class of multi-terminal nets -- Correct and provably efficient methods for rectilinear Steiner spanning tree generation -- A three-phase task scheduling scheme in a hard real-time distributed environment -- A broadcast protocol: Functional properties and specification -- Leader election in distributed computing systems -- A new approach to system-level fault-tolerance in message-passing multicomputers -- A functional language with classes -- Using ML as a command language -- An interactive system for generating hospital progress notes -- Biological evolution as a paradigm for performance driven design processes -- Predicting chemical reactions with a neural network -- Mutation and recombination effects on the adaptability of sexual and asexual organisms -- Logical structure of neurobiological information processing -- Development of an experimental setup for studying parallel processing -- Compiler course with a semi-challenging project -- Report on a PC based system designed to enhance the teaching of IBM 370 assembly language -- Teaching the spirit of computational science.
The Great Lakes Computer Science Conference is held biannually in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is a wide-focus conference concerning all areas of Computer Science. Typically, research in data structures, algorithms (both parallel and sequential), database and VLSI design. Artificial intelligence has received the most attention. The 1989 proceedings of the Great Lakes Computer Science Conference consists of 64 papers. Artificial Intelligence, with 11 papers, is the field which was widely attended.