Trends in Information Processing Systems: 3rd Conference of the European Cooperation in Informatics, Munich, October 20-22, 1981 by A.J.W. DuijvestijnTrends in Information Processing Systems: 3rd Conference of the European Cooperation in Informatics, Munich, October 20-22, 1981 by A.J.W. Duijvestijn

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EditorA.J.W. Duijvestijn, P.C. Lockemann

Paperback | October 1, 1981

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Title:Trends in Information Processing Systems: 3rd Conference of the European Cooperation in Informatics…Format:PaperbackDimensions:370 pagesPublished:October 1, 1981Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Architecture for office automation.- Software engineering: Experience and convictions.- Rads - Rapid appligation development system.- Separate and integral compilation of subsystems.- S/E/TEC - An environment for the production of reliable software.- Construction of application systems: Some aspects of standardization.- Specification as a design base.- Prospects of new tools for software development.- Ada and the German pay phone: An illustrative example of parallel processing.- Modules program structures and the structuring of operating systems.- SEVAL, a high-level validation language.- Problems in compiling Ada.- The future of applicative programming.- Structuring concepts for distributed systems: The communication aspect.- A communication service applied in a distributed data base system.- Phlox 2: A distributed system providing a server database management system.- Transaction management in a distributed database management system.- Access control and management in multilevel database models.- The grid file: An adaptable, symmetric multi-key file structure.- Serializability problems of interleaved database transactions.- Performance evaluation of two concurrency control mechanisms in a distributed database system.- A multiprocessor architecture using a circulating memory.- The realization of a data type architecture.- Conservation laws in operational analysis.- TOCS: a SIMULA-based simulator for the analysis of mainframe-oriented distributed systems.- The future of applicative programming.