Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology
Volume 9 - Generative Epistemology of Problem Solving to Laplace and Geometric Transforms
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Table of Contents
"Generative Epistemology of Problem Solving, Irwin C. Marin in collaboration with Suzanne C. Nuss Geology, Peter G. Sutterlin and Ronald W. May Geometric Programming, Don T. Phillips Global and National Computer-Based Models, William H. Gruber Goal Programming, Sang M. Lee GPSS, Geoffrey Gordon Gradient Methods, Masanao Aoki Group Conferencing with Automatic Mediation, David Stodolsky Hamiltonian, C. A. Hollingsworth Handwriting Recognition, Roger W. Ehrich Hardware Description Languages, G. Jack Lipovski Health Systems, Larry J. Shuman and Harvey Wolfe Heuristic Methods and Programming, Nicholas V. Findler High Energy Physics, Julia Thompson and V. Hungerbuhler High Level Language Programming, Seymour V. Pollack and Theodor D. Sterling Holography and Optical Data Processing, H. John Caulfield and David Casasent Human Factors Engineering, Lewis F. Hanes and Dan A. Hinsley Humanizing Information Systems, Theodor D. Sterling Hybrid Computers, Marlin H. Mickle IFIP (International Federation for Information Processing), Robert W. Rector Information Theory, Jack Belzer Institute of Management Sciences, Mary R. DeMelim Integer Programming, Hamdy A. Taha Inventory Models, Steven Nahmias Laplace and Geometric Transforms, Walter C. Giffin "