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  • Blaha, Kenneth D. (University of Oregon, 1979-05)
    Broadcasting is the information dissemination process whereby a set of messages is transmitted from one member to all other members of a communication network . We model a communication network by a graph and place ...
  • Farley, Arthur M.; Proskurowski, Andrzej (University of Oregon, 1980)
    Broadcasting is the information dissemination process in a communication network whereby all sites of the network become informed of a given message by calls made over lines of the network. We present an algorithm which, ...
  • Douglas, Sarah A. (University of Oregon, 1988-07-12)
    Most of the existing analytical descriptions of users characterize their performance as a function of the cognitive representation of the command sequences of the computer-based task (e.g. Anderson, Farrell, & Sauers, ...
  • Anderson, Eric; Li, Jun (2010-03-10)
    Many network applications (such as swarming downloads, peer-to-peer video streaming and file sharing) are made possible by using large groups of peers to distribute and process data. Securing data in such a system ...
  • Fickas, Stephen; Doerry, Eckehard; Meyer, David; Miller, Peter (University of Oregon, 1988-12-30)
    In this paper we argue for a minimalist view of language design for Expert System environments. In support of our arguments we present MIN, a minimal language which extends the less-is-better philosophy of Scheme to ...
  • Farley, Arthur M.; Proskurowski, Andrzej (University of Oregon, 1989-03-24)
    A network is specified by a topology definition and a protocol definition. A network's topology, represented as a graph, defines its interconnection structure, while the protocol defines its operational behavior. A ...
  • Douglas, Sarah A. (University of Oregon, 1988-06-21)
    During the course of studying a number of protocols of human tutors working with human students, I became aware of a complex process of interaction failure and repair. Although much ITS research has been devoted to the ...
  • Tick, E.; Korsloot, M. (University of Oregon, 1990-11)
    This paper describes an algorithm for the code generation of determinacy testing for nondeterminate flat concurrent logic programming languages. Languages such as Andorra and Pandora require that procedure invocations ...
  • Lo, Virginia M.; Nitzberg, Bill (University of Oregon, 1991-01-07)
    A distributed shared memory (DSM) is an implementation of the shared memory abstraction on a multicomputer architecture which has no physically shared memory. Shared memory is important (as a programming model) not only ...
  • Lingas, Andrzej; Proskurowski, Andrzej (University of Oregon, 1988-04-06)
    We consider the problems of subgraph homeomorphism with fixed pattern graph, recognition, and subgraph isomorphism for some classes of planar graphs. Following the results of Robertson and Seymour on forbidden minor ...
  • Ehrenkranz, Toby; Knickerbocker, Paul, 1980-; Li, Jun; Stafford, Shad (2006)
    This work presents our GLOWS (Gateway Level Oregon Worm Simulator) simulator, designed to produce realistic worm traffic over a broad range of scenarios. GLOWS simulates the spread of a worm across the Internet and its ...
  • Clinger, William D. (University of Oregon, 1990-06-05)
    Consider the problem of converting decimal scientific notation for a number into the best binary floating point approximation to that number, for some fixed precision. This problem cannot be solved using arithmetic of ...
  • Ellis, Carla Schlatter (University of Oregon, 1980-03)
    B-trees are useful for supporting large ordered indexes in database systems. Several solutions have recently been proposed to deal with the problem of allowing concurrent operations in data structures related to B-trees. ...
  • Marti, Jed B. (University of Oregon, 1981-05)
    This manual describes the Little Big LISP system for the Z80 microcomputer. The manual describes data structures, defined functions, operating procedures, a compiler, an RLISP parser, and support packages.
  • Clinger, William D.; Rees, Jonathan (University of Oregon, 1991-01)
    This paper describes a modified form of Kohlbecker's algorithm for reliably hygienic (capture-free) macro expansion in block-structured languages, where macros are source-tos-ource transformations specified using a ...
  • Lo, V.; Rajopadhye, S. V.; Gupta, S.; Keldsen, D.; Mohamed, M.; Telle, J. (University of Oregon, 1990-01-19)
    In this paper, we identify the binomial tree as an ideal computation structure for parallel divide-and-conquer algorithms. We show its superiority to the classic full binary tree structure with respect to speedup and ...
  • Robinson, Willam N. (University of Oregon, 1989-09-06)
    Negotiation is part of specification. During specification acquisition, users negotiate amongst themselves and with analysts. During specification design, designers negotiate amongst themselves and with a project leader. ...
  • Lo, Virginia M.; Rajopadhye, Sanjay; Gupta, Samik; Keldsen, David; Mohamed, Moataz A.; Telle, Jan (University of Oregon, 1990-01-19)
    The mapping problem in message-passing parallel processors involves the assignment of tasks in a parallel computation to processors and the routing of inter-task messages along the links of the interconnection network. We ...
  • Conery, John S. (University of Oregon, 1990-12-07)
    The Mayfly, a parallel processor being built at HP Labs in Palo Alto, has architectural support for several import.ant. aspects of the OM virtual machine for parallel logic programs. Each node has a coprocessor that is ...
  • Fickas, Stephen; Anderson, John (University of Oregon, 1988-11-17)
    We argue that in certain problem domains, AI planning can be viewed as a foundation for generation, critiquing, and elaboration of a specification. Two specification design projects in our group are used as a focus of ...

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