Spring COMPCON'86, Digest of Papers, Thirty-First IEEE Computer Society International Conference, San Francisco, California, USA, March 3-6, 1986.
IEEE Computer Society 1986, ISBN 0-8186-0692-4
31. COMPCON 1986:
San Francisco, California, USA
R. M. McClure
: The Portability of UnixTM Applications Programs and Other Modern Folk Tales.
What Do Copyright and Patents Protect?
J. E. Brown
: Copyright Protection of Computer Programs.
K. A. Liebman
: Copying of Comparable Programs under the Copyright Law.
S. M. Kash
: The Scope of Software Copyright: Is "Program Design" Protectable?
Richard H. Stern
: Distinguishing Legitimate Reverse Engineering from Unlawful Chip Piracy under the Semiconductor Chip Protection Act.
The Next Generation of HP Computers:
The Spectrum Program
Integrated Services Digital Network
J. T. LaBanca
: National and International Standards on ISDN.
Low-cost Typesetting with Microcomputers
: Personal Computer-Based Pagination Systems.
The Strategic Defense Initiative:
The Software Reliability Issue
Early ISDN Applications:
The Reality Test
The MIPS Microprocessor
PC Network Operating Systems
B. D. Johnson
: VIANET®: A Distributed Operating Environment.
: Expanding Capabilities in High Performance Networking.
: PC Network Services for Distributed System Design.
USA vs. Japan:
Who Will Win and Why
Fifth Generation Architectures
R. J. Ryan
: The CLIPPPERTM CAD System: Integrated Hierarchical VLSI Design.
: CLIPPER TM Microprocessor Architecture Overview.
D. A. Neff
: C Compiler Implementation Issues on the CLIPPER TM Microprocessor.
The Next Generation of Powerful Home Computers
: Full Text Applications on the CD-ROM: Some Design Considerations.
M. R. Seigel
: The CVD Format in the Development of the Video Book and the Impact of the Video Book on Electronic Publishing.
Fifth Generation Languages
New Architectures for High-Performance Computer Execution
Low-cost Packet Radio Networking
CAD/CAM Data Base Management
Light Industrial Robotics
The Great RISC vs. CISC Debate
Edward S. Davidson
: A Broader Range of Possible Answers to the Issues Raised by RISC.
Nontraditional Applications of the Electronic Spreadsheet Programs
: The Electronic Spreadsheet: A Workstation Front End for Parallel Processors.
Object Oriented Databse System
M. H. Butler
: An Approach to Persistant LISP Objects.
Digital Broadcasting on Radio, Television, and Cable
US Efforts Towards Supercomputers
James F. Decker
: Supercomputer Activities of the Federal Coordinating Council on Science, Engineering, and Technology and the Department of Energy's Supercomputer Program.
Software Quality Metrics
: Design Considerations for 1990 Database Machines.
Philip M. Neches
: The Anatomy of a Data Base Computer System - Revisited.
Designing with Gallium Arsenide Components
: Managing the Multiple Component Problem for Large Gallium Arsenide Systems.
New Computing Alternatives
Manufacturing Automation Protocol:
Plans, Products, and Applications
: Optimal Processing of Simple Queries in Ring Networks.
: Concurrency Control in a Distributed System and Its Performance for File Migration and Process Migration.
VLSI Test Capabilities
The New Wave of Affordable Super-minis/Mini-supers
: The SCS-40 and Contributing Technologies.
Impact of Micro Computer Technology on Navigation
: Microprocessor Impact on the Architecture and Performance of GPS User Sets.
Should Computer Science Curriculum Be Accredited?
Gerald L. Engel
: Computer Science Program Accreditation and the Liberal Arts College: A Summary of Two Workshops.
User's Experience with Silicon Compilers
: Compiling a Music Signal Processor.
: Using Silicon Compilation in a Commercial Product Development Project.
: Setting-Up in Japan by Leveraging Your Assets: Current Developments.