Reports generated by faculty, staff and students of the OGI Department of Computer Science and Engineering (now referred to as the Biomedical Computer Science Division of the Department of Science & Engineering, OHSU School of Medicine), from 1982 - 2005.

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Submissions from 1987

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Constructive semantics for negation, Clifford Walinsky

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Abstract object in an object-oriented data model, Jianhua Zhu and David Maier

Submissions from 1986

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How to make a billion connections, Jim Bailey and Dan Hammerstrom

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QUICKTALK : a Smalltalk-80 dialect for defining primitive methods, Mark B. Ballard, David Maier, and Allen Wirfs-Brock

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The filter - A paradigm for interfaces, Raimund K. Ege

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A connectionist, Dan Hammerstrom

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A design methodology for high-performance, general-purpose VLSI, Dan Hammerstrom and Roy Kravitz

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Incremental collection of dynamic, list-structure memories, Richard B. Kieburtz

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Displaying database objects, David Maier, Peter Nordquist, and Mark Grossman

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Indexing in an object-oriented DBMS, David Maier and Jacob Stein

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Development of an object-oriented DBMS, David Maier, Jacob Stein, Allen Otis, and Alan Purdy

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Earley deduction, Harry H. III Porter

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Constructive negation in Horn-clause programs, Clifford Walinsky

Submissions from 1985

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Parallel processing on the DENECLOR HEP with large grain data flow techniques, Robert G. II Babb

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Release testing for probable correctness, Dick Hamlet

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The G-machine: a fast, graph-reduction evaluator, Richard B. Kieburtz

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When chasing your tail saves time, Richard B. Kieburtz

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Translating an FP dialect to L - A proof of correctness, Dennis M. Volpano

Submissions from 1984

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Tools for large-scale software engineering, Robert G. II Babb

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An efficient garbage collector for graph machines, Ashoke Deb

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Functional Semantics of Modules, John Gannon, Dick Hamlet, and Harlan Mills

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Functional analysis of programs, Richard Hamlet and Harlan Mills

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The MU6-G virtual address cache, Alan Knowles and Shreekant Thakkar

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Window functions, David Maier, David Rozenshtein, and David S. Warren

Submissions from 1983

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An efficient garbage collector for graph machines, Ashoke Deb

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Predicate driven model of data flow computation, Ashoke Deb

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Pattern recognition in FP programs, John S. Givler

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Software templates, R. B. Kieburtz and R. G. Babb

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Marigold - a functional, flow-graph language, Richard B. Kieburtz

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An experimental multicomputer with a real-time event monitor, Richard B. Kieburtz, Jishnu Mukerji, P. Sadayappan, and David R. Smith

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Capturing more meaning in databases, David Maier

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Representing roles in univeral scheme interfaces, David Maier and David Rozenshtein

Submissions from 1982

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cse-82-002, Richard B. Kieburtz and Bengt Nordstram

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Design of a language for modular programs, Richard B. Kieburtz and Bengt Nordstram

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Abstract syntax in theory and practice, Eugene J. Rollins

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A syntax-analyzer constructor, Eugene J. Rollins

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Type checking In Exp : an algebraic approach, Jon Shultis

Submissions from 1900

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Gang scheduling in heterogenous distributed systems, Khaled Al-Saqabi, Steve W. Otto, and Jonathan Walpole

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Precis-based navigation for familiarization, Lois Delacambre, Paul Gorman, David Maier, Radikha Reddy, and Steve Rehfuss

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Asynchronous consistency restoration under epsilon serializability, Pamela Drew and Calton Pu

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Recursive monadic bindings : technical development and details , Levent Erkak and John Launchbury

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Coding for mutuality strategies in dialogue, Brian Hansen and David G. Novick

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Speech enhancement based on temporal processing PROCESSING, Hynek Hermansky, Eric A. Wan, and Carlos Avendano

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Thread transparency in information flow middleware, Rainer Koster, Andrew P. Black, Jie Huang, Jonathan Walpole, and Calton Pu

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cse-94-026, Richard Staehli, Jonathan Walpole, and David Maier

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Prediction and control of the glucose metabolism of a diabetic, Volker Tresp, John Moody, and Wolf-Riidiger Delong