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- James A. Brown, Janice H. Cook, Leo H. Groner, Ed Eusebi
- APL '86
- 1986

The most popular vehicles for logic programming are LISP and PROLOG. <italic>APL2</italic> has the important features of these languages and more. On one hand, <italic>APL2</italic> has all the expressive power of LISP and implementation of PROLOG in <italic>APL2</italic> is not difficult. On the other hand, <italic>APL2</italic> includes facilities for… (More)

- Leo H. Groner, Janice H. Cook
- APL '86
- 1986

Examples of extended arithmetics include range, polynomial, dimensional, extended precision and fault tolerant arithmetic, and arithmetic on distributions of random variables. APL2's defined operators and general arrays enable the programmer to easily define such extensions. In this paper we will discuss some extended arithmetics and a prototype of… (More)

- Leo H. Groner
- APL '81
- 1981

An analytical queueing model generator (QMOD) is a package for generating and analyzing queueing networks. A description of a queueing network, written in a language meaningful to the user, is compiled into a set of matrices that characterize an analytical model of the network. Network flow rates are computed and used to derive arrival rates at each… (More)

- Janice H. Cook, Leo H. Groner
- APL
- 1990

Network designers are faced with a combinatorial explosion of choices not only among various vendors' workstations, hosts and servers, but also among application distribution strategies, communication media, communication protocols, and network topologies. To study performance trade-offs among various designs, the authors have developed a generic system… (More)

- Leo H. Groner, Amrit L. Goel
- IFIP Congress
- 1974

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