Entries for Crowl, Lawrence A.

1980U-Crowl-Critique
Critique Users' Manual
1981T-Denison-Crowl
A Terminal Oriented Master/Slave Operating System
1981U-Crowl-Ada
Processes and Process Communication in the Ada Programming Language
1981U-Crowl-proput
A Study of VAX-11/780 Programmed I/O CPU Utilization
1982U-Cooper-implref
Stringy Implementation User's Guide for VAX/VMS
1982U-Crowl-langref
Stringy Language Reference Manual
1982U-Crowl-langref2
Stringy Language Reference Manual
1982U-Crowl-telecom
A Communication System
1983T-VATech-Crowl
A Macro System for English-Like Commands
1984U-Crowl-datalink
A Proposal for a Multi-Service Data Link Protocol
1985U-Crowl-english
English Language Parsing
1986R-URCS-BPR-13
DARPA Parallel Architecture Benchmark Study
1986R-URCS-BPR-14
Subgraph Isomorphism on the BBN Butterfly Multiprocessor
1986R-URCS-BPR-15
Chrysalis++
1987J-URCSERR-5
Elmwood --- An Object-Oriented Multiprocessor Operating System
1987R-URCS-211
An Interface Between Object-Oriented Systems
1987R-URCS-226
Elmwood --- An Object-Oriented Multiprocessor Operating System
1987U-Crowl-proposal
A Model for Parallel Programming
1988P-HICSS-II-103
Shared Memory Multiprocessors and Sequential Programming Languages: A Case Study
1988P-URCSOPEN-71
A Model for Parallel Programming
1988P-WOBCP-25
A Uniform Object Model for Parallel Programming
1988P-WOBCP-79
Concurrent Data Structures and Actor Programming under the Matroshka Model
1988R-URCS-Guide-1
Guide to Departmental Guides
1988R-URCS-Guide-13
Departmental Styles for LaTeX
1988U-Crowl-Entity
Prototype Entity Language Definition
1988U-Crowl-WOBCP
A Uniform Object Model for Parallel Programming
1989J-SPE-11-1029
The Elmwood Multiprocessor Operating System
1991R-ORSTCS-91-80-03
Control Abstraction in Parallel Programming Languages
1991R-URCS-359
Architectural Adaptability in Parallel Programming via Control Abstraction
1991R-URCS-381
Architectural Adaptability in Parallel Programming
1991T-URCS-Crowl
Architectural Adaptability in Parallel Programming
1992P-ICCL-44
Control Abstraction in Parallel Programming Languages
1992R-ORSTCS-91-80-03-1
Control Abstraction in Parallel Programming Languages
1992R-ORSTCS-92-60-20
Variables and Parameters as References and Containers
1992R-ORSTCS-92-80-06
Beyond Data Parallelism: The Advantages of Multiple Parallelizations in Combinatorial Search
1992R-ORSTCS-92-80-07
Guidelines for Presenting Parallel Performance
1993R-ORSTCS-92-80-07-1
Guidelines for Presenting Parallel Performance
1993R-ORSTCS-93-60-15
Parallel Programming With Control Abstraction
1993R-ORSTCS-93-60-15-1
Parallel Programming With Control Abstraction
1993R-ORSTCS-93-80-08
A Common Library Interface to Shared-Memory Multiprocessors
1993R-ORSTCS-93-80-17
Translating an Existing Scientific Application from C to Dataparallel C
1993R-URCS-451
Beyond Data Parallelism: The Advantages of Multiple Parallelizations in Combinatorial Search
1994J-JPDC-01-110
The Advantages of Multiple Parallelizations in Combinatorial Search
1994J-PDT-01-09
How to Measure, Present, and Compare Parallel Performance
1994J-TOPLAS-03-524
Parallel Programming with Control Abstraction
1994P-HICSS-II-595
A Common Library Interface to Shared-Memory Multiprocessors
1994R-ORSTCS-94-60-06
Multiworld Augmented Term Rewriting
1994R-ORSTCS-94-60-08
Ocean Programming Language Definition
1994R-ORSTCS-94-80-15
What is the Price of Abstraction? PVM Versus Charm
1995R-ORSTCS-95-60-05
A Survey of Sequential and Parallel Implementation Techniques for Functional Programming Languages
1995R-ORSTCS-95-60-07
Running Control Engineering Experiments Over the Internet

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