Great papers in computer science

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IEEE Press, Feb 1, 1996 - Computers - 717 pages
This carefully compiled and wide-ranging volume of papers written by computer pioneers offers first-hand insight into the research and discovery experiences of legendary scientists such as Hoare, Hartmanis, Stearns, Backus, and Knuthr. Coupled with introductory, essays, written by the originating authors where possible, these papers are an ideal source of background research and technical reference. Collectively, they illustrate the impact of pioneering work on the field of modern computer science. They are an excellent companion to undergraduate computer science courses.

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Algorithms and Data Structures
1
Programming Languages
61
Architecture
207
Copyright

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PHILLIP A. LAPLANTE is Associate Professor of Software Engineering at Penn State University and codirector of the Software Engineering Group. His research interests include real-time and embedded systems, image processing, and artificial intelligence. He has authored more than 100 papers and nineteen books, and cofounded the journal Real-Time Imaging. He has been building, studying, and teaching real-time systems for more than twenty years. Dr. Laplante received his BS, Meng, and PhD from Stevens Institute of Technology, as well as an MBA from the University of Colorado.

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