Great papers in computer science
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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ALGOL 60 algorithm Alto application array Artificial Intelligence assignment automata automaton binary block Boolean buffer C. A. R. Hoare called cell circuit Cobol CODASYL complete comvar condition construct contains contour corresponding critical section data base database DBMS declaration defined definition dependencies described device disk elements entity set entity-relationship model example execution Figure finite FORTRAN function given goto grammar hardware identifier implementation index registers input instruction integer label logical LR(k mathematical method microcode module Multics multitape multivalued dependencies node operations output paper pointer possible primary key problem procedure processor programming language proof properties record relation schemes relationship result retrieval rules semantics semaphore sequence Snapshot specific statement storage string structure subcell switch symbols tape task Theorem Turing machine Unix variables