Theses and Dissertations
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User-friendly syntax directed input to a computer aided design system
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1983-06)
This paper describes the development of a user-friendly, syntax directed input module of a computer aided design system. Color and dialogue are used to maximize user understanding and ease of interface, and minimize the ...
Alteration and implementation of the CP/M-86 operating system for a multi-user environment
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1982-12)
CP/M-ee is a single user rriicrocomputer operating system developed by Digital Research. This thesis provides a multi-user "protected" CP/M-86 based disic sharing environment consisting of four Intel iSBC a6/12A ...
Deadlock detection in distributed computing systems
With the advent of distributed computing systems, the problem of deadlock, which has been essentially solved for centralized computing systems, has reappeared. Existing centralized deadlock detection techniques are either ...
Alteration of the CP/M-86 operating system
CP-M-86 is a microcomputer (INTEL 8086) operating system enveloped and marketed by Digital Research. The operating system is designed so that a user can adapt the system to his own input/output hardware devices. This ...
Computer performance prediction of a data flow architecture.
(Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1981-06)
Supercomputers capable of performing extremely high speed computation nave been proposed, which are based on an architecture known as data flow. Application of a Petri net-based methodology is used to evaluate the ...
Adaptation of a knowledge-based decision-support system in the tactical environment
A knowledge-based computer system, with its foundation in Artificial Intelligence, would be a valuable asset to the military tactical ccmmander. Current systems are slow, large, expensive, inflexible and therefore, ...
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Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy (36)
Computer Science (36)