Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Robert S. Maier
    Pages 13-23
  3. Dafna Sheinwald, Richard C. Pasco
    Pages 52-61
  4. Fritz Henglein
    Pages 82-91
  5. Paul Dietz, Rajeev Raman
    Pages 100-109
  6. Ricardo A. Baeza-Yates, Gaston H. Gonnet
    Pages 110-119
  7. R. Harrison, H. Glaser
    Pages 164-173
  8. Anestis A. Toptsis, Clement T. Yu, Peter C. Nelson
    Pages 174-183
  9. Wlodzimierz Ogryczak, Krzysztof Studzinski, Krystian Zorychta
    Pages 216-224
  10. Sanjay Khanna
    Pages 225-234
  11. D. A. Swayne, John Storey, D. C. -L. Lam, Isaac Wong, A. S. Fraser
    Pages 245-249
  12. M. Brown, B. Czejdo
    Pages 250-259
  13. Gerhard Steinke, Gilbert Hamann
    Pages 260-265
  14. William Boswell, Alan L. Tharp
    Pages 266-274
  15. Vincent G. Winters
    Pages 275-284
  16. H. J. A. van Kuijk, F. H. E. Pijpers, P. M. G. Apers
    Pages 295-303
  17. Jerry Place, Vijay Kumar, Appie van de Liefvoort
    Pages 324-333
  18. Piotr W. Proszynski
    Pages 335-345
  19. Adrian Colbrook, Colin Smythe
    Pages 346-355
  20. Jacques Julliand, Guy-René Perrin
    Pages 356-365
  21. Jean-Marc Adamo, Christophe Bonello
    Pages 366-375
  22. Wanlei Zhou, Brian Molinari
    Pages 376-384
  23. Calvin C. -Y. Chen, Sajal K. Das
    Pages 395-404
  24. Benjamin Yu
    Pages 405-414
  25. Chris Marlin, Michael Oudshoorn, Dennis Freidel
    Pages 443-452
  26. G. H. Masapati, Hasan Ural
    Pages 463-472

About these proceedings


This volume contains selected and invited papers presented at the International Conference on Computing and Information, ICCI '90, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, May 23-26, 1990. ICCI conferences provide an international forum for presenting new results in research, development and applications in computing and information. Their primary goal is to promote an interchange of ideas and cooperation between practitioners and theorists in the interdisciplinary fields of computing, communication and information theory. The four main topic areas of ICCI '90 are: - Information and coding theory, statistics and probability, - Foundations of computer science, theory of algorithms and programming, - Concurrency, parallelism, communications, networking, computer architecture and VLSI, - Data and software engineering, databases, expert systems, information systems, decision making, and AI methodologies.


algorithm algorithms coding theory communication information information theory programming

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-53504-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-46677-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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