Harry J. Saal

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The amount of extravascular immunoglobulin deposits in the synovial membrane of patients with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis was studied in comparison with that of patients suffering from non-joint diseases. Immunoglobulin deposits were immunostained using the three-layer immunoperoxidase method. The staining results were quantified with the help(More)
Some results of a study of the static usage of features of the APL language is presented. We compare several characterizations of APL programs with previously measured FORTRAN data, and discuss the significant differences observed. The verity of popular rumors and intuitions about APL programs is also examined. APL users appear to take advantage of the(More)
Microprogramming has been accepted as a valuable tool in several areas of system design. However, microprogramming has not generally been used as a tool for evaluating the performance of computer systems. This paper describes the implementation of several techniques useful for program monitoring, debugging and system measurement using the microprogramable(More)
We present a technique for the compile-time determination of the syntactic attribute of names essential for the development of a compile-time parser for APL. The method is applicable to a large class of APL programs namely, programs which do not utilize certain features of the language allowing dynamic changes in the syntactic meaning of program statements.(More)