Advances in Informatics

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World Scientific, 2000 - Computers - 346 pages
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This volume addresses the state-of-the-art and future directions of informatics. Several senior researchers and graduate students present their research and work here. The purpose of the book is to disseminate the latest scientific, engineering and technical information in various fields of informatics. It covers a wide range of subjects, from theoretical computer science, software engineering, systems and scientific computing to networking and applied research. The book can be used either as a reference for related scientific work or as educational material for advanced computer science courses.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Fuzzy Optimization Model for QoS Routing and Bandwidth
18
A Modal Logic Formalism for Scheduling Dags
42
An AgentBased Cooperation Support System in
73
The Structure of SparseResultant Matrices
97
AllPairs Nearest Neighbors in a Mobile Environment
111
A Design Language and Tool for XMachines Specification
134
On Optimizing Atlas I A 10GBPS ATM Switch
164
Fringe Analysis of 23 Trees with Lazy Parent Split
200
Path Coloring Problems in Graphs are NonApproximable
223
Determining the Maximum Solution is CooklEquivalent
239
Facilitating the Definition of Programming Languages by Using
260
Using Machine Learning Techniques for PartofSpeech Tagging
273
A Case in P
294
Circular Drawings of Telecommunication Networks
313
Vassilakopoulos Y Manolopoulos
333

ManyValued Autoepistemic Reasoning with Applications in Multi
178

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