William Schell

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The executable specification language PAISLey and its environment are presented as a case study in the design of computer languages. It is shown that PAISLey is unusual (and for some features unique) in having the following desirable features: (1) there is both synchronous and asynchronous parallelism free of mutual-exclusion problems, (2) all computations(More)
Not until his conclusion does Weiner make explicit his “central premise” and its origin. His insight that economy and culture are deeply interconnected was inspired by his identification of what he calls “a central irony in Adam Smith’s classic work A (sic) Wealth of Nations,” specifically Smith’s “separation of economics from politics, ethics and society.”(More)
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