Advances in Software Science and Technology: v. 2
This is the second volume of a new annual publication sponsored by the Japan Society for Software Science and Technology, one of the leading societies in Japan in the field of computer software and information science. Contributions to this series include research papers and tutorials translated from "Computer Software" - the Japanese journal of Japan Society of Software Science and Technology - and original papers submitted in English. Designed for graduate students as well as researchers, it provides insights into the latest work in such areas as algorithms, programming languages, operating systems, software engineering, artificial intelligence, knowledge engineering, theoretical foundations of development, programming methodology, database systems, human factors in software development, computer architecture, natural language understanding and processing, models of recognition and learning, and other important topics concerning software. This serial aims to be a key source of information on the major developments in all areas of software technology as well as current research efforts in Japan.
- Hardback | 232 pages
- 156 x 235mm | 541g
- 01 Mar 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
Attachment of a first-order data constructor and its application, H.Sato; a smoothing algorithm of polygonal curves and polyhedral surfaces, Y. Ohno; a technique for Prolog program synthesis from natural language specification, K.Fujii, K.Uehara, et al; processing left extraposition in bottom-up parsing system, S.Kinoshita and H.Tanaka; on learning Smullyan's elementary formal systems - towards an efficient learning method for context-sensitive languages, Y.Sakakibara; a data model in the software project data base KyotoDB, Y.Matsumoto and T.Ajisaka; floating point numbers and real numbers, H.Horiguchi, T.Tayama, et al; an efficient mulitiple string replacing algorithm using patterns with pictures, M. Takeda; Kamui88 - a parallel computation model with fields and events, S. Watanabe, Y.Harada, et al; formation and development of the concept of algorithm, K.Hirose; WEB system and its processor, T.Hayashi.