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- Karlis Kaugars, Juris Reinfelds, Alvis Brazma
- Graph Drawing
- 1994

- Juris Reinfelds
- SIGCSE
- 1995

This paper presents a curriculum designed for a two semester foundation course for Computer Science majors. Our course distributes the widely accepted basic toolbox of algorithms and data structures over functional, logic and imperative programming. In this way the programming paradigm becomes a problem solving tool instead of a monolingual impediment to a… (More)

- Juris Reinfelds
- Informatics Curricula and Teaching Methods
- 2002

- Mikhail Auguston, Subhankar Banerjee, +4 authors Ivan Strnad
- AADEBUG
- 1995

- Juris Reinfelds
- ACSE
- 1996

- Juris Reinfelds, L. A. Flenker, Robert Seitz, P. L. Clem
- ACM '66
- 1966

The development of efficient, reliable and inexpensive microelectronics has brought about a drastic reduction in the cost of computing time so that the programmer's time spent on a problem is no longer an insignificant part of the total cost. Furthermore, the rapid development of faster, larger and less expensive computers will soon make more computing… (More)

- Juris Reinfelds
- 1967

One of the most fundamental and useful notions of mathematical analysis is the concept of a continuous, single valued function of one independent variable. By <i>y</i> = <i>f</i>(<i>x</i>) we mean that for every <i>x</i> in the range of <i>x</i>, defined as α ≤ x ≤ β, the mapping <i>f</i> provides us with a value in the domain of the… (More)

- Juris Reinfelds, Niels Eskelson, Hermann Kopetz, Gerhard Kratky
- AFIPS Spring Joint Computing Conference
- 1970

The AMTRAN system (Automatic Mathematical TRANslator) is a multiterminal conversational mode computing system which enables the mathematically oriented user to interact directly with the computer in a natural mathematical language. The first version of AMTRAN was developed at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, and was implemented on… (More)

- Juris Reinfelds
- WCCE
- 2001

- Elliot B. Koffman, Torsten Brinda, +5 authors Raul Sidnei Wazlawick
- Informatics Curricula and Teaching Methods
- 2002