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Items from Old ECS Groups > Dependable Systems and Software Engineering Research Group in 1984
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Hartel, P. H. and van Harmelen, F. A. (1984) The analysis of modular structures with respect to their interconnect topology. Interfaces in computing, 1 (2). pp. 81-91.

Henderson, P. (1984) A practical view of functional programming. Data Processing, 26 (2). pp. 34-36.

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Allerton, D. J., Batt, D. A., Currie, A. J. and Nichols, K. G. (1984) Functional Simulation as an Adjunct to Silicon Compilation. In: Proc. IEE Conf. on Computer Aided Engineering. pp. 36-41.

Allerton, D. J. and Currie, A. J. (1984) SCHOLAR - Another Approach to Silicon Compilation. In: Proc. International Conf. ICCAD-84. pp. 119-121.

Batt, D. A. and Currie, A. J. (1984) A VLSI Design Language Incorporating Self-timed Concurrent Processes. In: Proc. IEE Conf. on Electronic Design Automation. pp. 199-203.

Daniell, G. J., Hey, A. J. G. and Mandula, J. E. (1984) Error Analysis for Correlated Monte Carlo Data. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Henderson, P. and Jones, S. B. (1984) Shells of Functional Operating Systems. In: SERC Distributed Computer Systems. pp. 290-298.


Glaser, H., Hankin, C. L. and Till, D. (1984) Principles of functional programming. Prentice Hall.

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