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                        %3REPORTS 1 THRU 99%1

STAN-CS-63-1 (AD462108), J.  B. Rosen, %2Primal Partition Programming
     for Block Diagonal Matrices%1, 23 pages, November 1963.

STAN-CS-63-2 (AD427753), J.   M.  Pavkovich, %2The Soultion  of Large
     Systems of Algebraic Equations%1, 46 pages, December 1963.

STAN-CS-64-3  (AD430445),  G.  E.   Forsythe  (translated  by), %2The
     Theorems in  a Paper  by V.  K.  Saulev 'On  an Estimate  of the
     Error  in Obtaining  Characteristic Functions  by the  Method of
     Finite Differences' %1, 6 pages, January 1964.

STAN-CS-64-4   (AD434858),  Stefan   Bergman  and   J.   G.  Herriot,
     %2Numerical Solution of Boundary Value Problems by the Method of
     Integral Operators%1, 24 pages, February 1964.

STAN-CS-64-5 (N-6519765), J.  B. Rosen, %2Existence and Uniqueness of
     Equilibrium Points for Concave N-Person Games%1, 28 pages, March

STAN-CS-64-6 (AD600164), R. W.  Hockney, %2A Fast Direct  Solution of
     Poisson's Fourier Analysis%1, 28 pages, April 1964.

STAN-CS-64-7 (PB176753),  J. B.   Rosen, %2Sufficient  Conditions for
     Optimal Control of Convex Processes%1, 29 pages, May 1964.

STAN-CS-64-8 (AD603116), G.   Golub and W.  Kahan,  %2Calculating the
     Singular Values and Pseudo-Inverse of a Matrix%1, 33  pages, May

STAN-CS-64-9 (AD604012),  Charles Anderson,  %2The QD-Algorithm  as a
     Method for Finding the  Roots of a Polynomial Equation  When All
     Roots are Positive%1, 74 pages, June 1964.

STAN-CS-64-10 (AD603163), R.  L. Causey (Thesis), %2On Closest Normal
     Matrices%1, 131 pages, June 1964.

STAN-CS-64-11 (PB176754), T.  Nakamura and J.  B.   Rosen, %2Elastic-
     Plastic Analysis of Trusses by the Gradient Projection Method%1,
     32 pages, July 1964.

STAN-CS-64-12  (AD608292), G.   Golub and  P.   Businger, %2Numerical
     Methods for Solving Linear Least Squares Problems (and) an Algol
     Procedure  for  Finding  Linear  Least  Squares  Solutions%1, 27
     pages, August 1964.

STAN-CS-64-13   (N65-27058),   V.    Pereyra   and   J.   B.   Rosen,
     %2Computation  of the  Pseudo- inverse  of a  Matrix  of Unknown
     Rank%1, 28 pages, September 1964.

STAN-CS-64-14 (TT-65-61724), V. A. Efimenko (translated by  G. Reiter
     and C.  Moler), %2On Approximate Calculations of the Eigenvalues
     and  Eigenfunctions  of  Boundary  Value  Problems   in  Partial
     Differential Equations%1, 20 pages, November 1964.

STAN-CS-65-15 (AD611366), D. W. Grace (Thesis), %2Computer Search for
     Non-Isomorphic Convex Polyhedra%1, 137 pages, January 1965.

STAN-CS-65-16   (AD611427),  G.   E.  Forsythe   and  G.   H.  Golub,
     %2Maximizing a Second Degree Polynomial on the Unit Sphere%1, 31
     pages, February 1965.

STAN-CS-65-17 (AD611434), G.  E. Forsythe and N.   Wirth, %2Automatic
     Grading Programs%1, 17 pages, February 1965.

STAN-CS-65-18  (AD612478), V.   Pereyra, %2The  Difference Correction
     Method  for  Non- Linear  Two-Point  Boundary  Value Problems%1,
     February 1965.

STAN-CS-65-19 (TT-65-61839), M. I. Ageev and J.   Maclaren, %2English
     Equivalents of  Metalinguistic Terms  of Russian  ALGOL%1, March

STAN-CS-65-20  (PB176755),  N.   Wirth  and  H.   Weber,  %2EULER:  A
     Generalition of  ALGOL and its  Formal Definition%1,  115 pages,
     April 1965.

STAN-CS-65-21 (PB176756), D. D. Fisher, J. von der Groeben and  J. G.
     Toole,  %2Vectorgardiographic  Analysis  by   Digital  Computer,
     Selected Results%1, 104 pages, May 1965.

STAN-CS-65-22 (AD616676), C. B.  Moler (Thesis),  %2Finite Difference
     Methods for the  Eigenbales of Laplace's Operator%1,  142 pages,
     May 1965.

STAN-CS-65-23 (AD618214), B. D.  Rudin (Thesis),  %2Convex Polynomial
     Approximation%1, 44 pages, June 1965.

STAN-CS-65-24 (AD616611), V. V. Klyuyev and N. I.  Kokovkin Shoherbak
     (translated by G. J.  Tee), %2On the Minimization of  the Number
     of Arithmetic  Operations for the  Solution of  Linear Algebraic
     Systems of Equations%1, 24 pages, June 1965.

STAN-CS-65-25   (AD618215),   P.   G.    Hodge,   %2Yield-Point  Load
     Determination by Nonlinear Programming%1, 24 pages, June 1965.

STAN-CS-65-26 (not at NTIS), G. E. Forsythe,  %2Stanford University's
     Program in Computer Science%1, 15 pages, June 1965.

STAN-CS-65-27 (AD618216),  E. A. Volkov  (translated by  R. Bartels),
     %2An Analysis  of One Algorithm  of Heightened Precision  of the
     Method  of Nets  for the  Solution of  Poisson's  Equation%1, 29
     pages, July 1965.

STAN-CS-65-28 (AD618217), J.  Miller and G. Strang, %2Matrix Theorems
     for Partial  Differential an  Difference Equations%1,  33 pages,
     July 1965.

STAN-CS-65-29 (AD624837), V.  Pereyra, %2On Improving  an Approximate
     Solution of a Functional Equation by Deferred  Corrections%1, 32
     pages, August 1965.

STAN-CS-65-30  (SS624-829), S.  Marchuk  (translated by  G.  J. Tee),
     %2The Automatic  Construction of Computational  Algorithms%1, 56
     pages, September 1965.

STAN-CS-65-31 (SS626-315), P.  A. Raviart, %2On the  Approximation of
     Weak  Solutions  of Linear  Parabolic  Equations by  a  Class of
     Multi-step Difference Methods%1, 55 pages, December 1965.

STAN-CS-65-32 (SS633-557),  R. W.  Hockney,  %2Minimum Multiplication
     Fourier Analysis%1, 53 pages, December 1965.

STAN-CS-65-33 (PB176763), N.  Wirth, %2A Programming Language for the
     360 Computers%1, 23 pages, December 1965.

STAN-CS-66-34  (SS630-998), J.   M. Varah,  %2Eigenvectors of  a Real
     Matrix by Inverse Iteration%1, 24 pages, February 1966.

STAN-CS-66-35 (PB176758), N. Wirth and C. Hoare, %2A  Contribution to
     the Development of ALGOL%1, 64 pages, February 1966.

STAN-CS-66-36 (PB176759), J. F.  Traub, %2The Calculation of Zeros of
     Polyynomials and Analytic Functions%1, 26 pages, April 1966.

STAN-CS-66-37 (PB176789),  J. D.   Reynolds, %2Cogent  1.2 Operations
     Manual%1, 33 pages, April 1966.

STAN-CS-66-38  (AIM-40,  AD662880),  J.   McCarthy  and  J.  Painter,
     %2Correctness  of a  Compiler for  Arithmetic  Expressions%1, 13
     pages, April 1966.

STAN-CS-66-39   (PB176760),   G.   E.   Forsythe,   %2A  University's
     Educational Program in Computer Science%1, 26 pages, May 1966.

STAN-CS-66-40  (AD639052), G.   E.  Forsythe,  %2How Do  You  Solve a
     Quadratic Equation?%1, 19 pages, June 1966.

STAN-CS-66-41  (SS638-976), W.   Kahan, %2Accurate  Eigenvalues  of a
     Symmetric Tri-Diagonal Matrix%1, 53 pages, July 1966.

STAN-CS-66-42 (SS638-797), W.  Kahan, %2When to  Neglect Off-Diagonal
     Elements of  Symmetric Tri-Diagonal  Matrices%1, 10  pages, July

STAN-CS-66-43  (SS638-798), W.   Kahan and  J.  Varah,  %2Two Working
     Algorithms  for  the  Eigenvalues  of  a  Symmetric Tri-Diagonal
     Matrix%1, 28 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-44  (SS638-818), W.   Kahan, %2Relaxation  Methods  for an
     Eigenvalue Problem%1, 35 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-45 (SS638-799), W.  Kahan, %2Relaxation Methods  for Semi-
     Definite Systems%1, 31 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-46 (SS638-809),  G. E.  Forsythe,  %2Today's Computational
     Methods of Linear Algebra%1, 47 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-47 (PB173335), P.  Abrams, %2An Interpreter  for 'Inverson
     Notation' %1, 61 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-48 (SS639-166), W.  M. McKeeman (Thesis), %2An Approach to
     Computer Language Design%1, 124 pages, August 1966.

STAN-CS-66-49  (AIM-43,  SS640-836),  D.  R.  Reddy   (Thesis),  %2An
     Approach to  Computer Speech Recognition  by Direct  Analysis of
     Speech Wave%1, 143 pages, September 1966.

STAN-CS-66-50  (AIM-46,   PB176761),  S.  Persson   (Thesis),  %2Some
     Sequence Extrapulating Programs:  A Study of  Representation and
     Modelling in Inquiring Systems%1, 176 pages, September 1966.

STAN-CS-66-51 (AD648394), S. Bergman, J. G. Herriot and T.  G. Kurtz,
     %2Numerical Calculation of Transonic Flow Patterns%1,  35 pages,
     October 1966.

STAN-CS-66-52 (PB176762), A. C.  Shaw, %2Lecture Notes on a Course in
     Systems Programming%1, 216 pages, December 1966.

STAN-CS-66-53 (PB176757), N.  Wirth, %2A Programming Language for the
     360 Computers%1, 81 pages, December 1966.

STAN-CS-67-54  (AD662882),  G.   Golub  and  T.   N.   Robertson, %2A
     Generalized Bairstow Algorithm%1, 10 pages, January 1967.

STAN-CS-67-55 (AD647200), D.   A.  Adams, %2A Stopping  Criterion for
     Polynomial Root Finding%1, 11 pages, February 1967.

STAN-CS-67-56  (PB176764),  F.  L.  Bauer,  %2QD-Method  with  Newton
     Shift%1, 6 pages, March 1967.

STAN-CS-67-57 (PB176765), D.  Gries, %2The Use of Transition Matrices
     in Compiling%1, 60 pages, March 1967.

STAN-CS-67-58 (PB176766),  V. Tixier (Thesis),  %2Recursive Functions
     of Regular Expressions in Language Analysis%1, 146  pages, March

STAN-CS-67-59  (SS650-116),   J.  H.  Wilkinson,   %2Almost  Diagonal
     Matrices with Multiple  or Close Eigenvalues%1, 18  pages, April

STAN-CS-67-60 (SS650-117), J. H. Wilkinson, %2Two Algorithms Based on
     Successive Linear Interpolation%1, 13 pages, April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-61  (SS650-610),  G.  E.   Forsythe,  %2On  the Asymptotic
     Directions of  the S-Dimensional  Optimum Gradient  Method%1, 43
     pages, April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-62  (SS650-620),  M.  Tienari,  %2Varying  Length Floating
     Point Arithmetic:  A Necessary Tool for the Numerical Analyst%1,
     38 pages, April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-63   (SS650-627),  G.    Polya,  %2Graeffe's   Method  for
     Eigenvalues%1, 9 pages, April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-64  (SS651-201),  P.   Richman,   %2Floating-Point  Number
     Representations:  Base Choice Versus Exponent Range%1, 32 pages,
     April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-65 (PB176767), N.   Wirth, %2On Certain Basic  Concepts of
     Programming Languages%1, 30 pages, May 1967.

STAN-CS-67-66 (AD652921), J.  M. Varah (Thesis), %2The Computation of
     Bounds  for  the   Invariant  Subspaces  of  a   General  Matrix
     Operator%1, 240 pages, May 1967.

STAN-CS-67-67  (AD652992),  R.   H.   Bartels  and  G.    H.   Golub,
     %2Computational  Considerations  Regarding  the  Calculation  of
     Chebyshev Solutions for Over-Determined Linear Equations Systems
     by the Exchange Method%1, 63 pages, June 1967.

STAN-CS-67-68 (PB176768), N. Wirth, %2The PL 360 System%1,  63 pages,
     June 1967.

STAN-CS-67-69  (PB176769), J.   Feldman and  D.   Gries, %2Translator
     Writing Systems%1, 127 pages, June 1967.

STAN-CS-67-70  (AD655472), S.   Bergman, J.   G.  Herriot  and  P. L.
     Richman,  %2On  Computation  of  Flow  Patterns  of Compressible
     Fluids in the Transonic Region%1, 77 pages, July 1977.

STAN-CS-67-71 (AD655230),  M.  A.   Jenkins and  J.  F.   Traub, %2An
     Algorithm  for  an  Automatic  General  Polynomial  Solver%1, 38
     pages, July 1967.

STAN-CS-67-72 (PB175581), G.  H. Golub and L.  B.   Smith, %2Chebysev
     Approximation of Continuous Functions by a Chebyshev  Systems of
     Functions%1, 54 pages, July 1967.

STAN-CS-67-73  (AD662883), P.   Businger and  G.  H.   Golub, %2Least
     Squares,  Singular  Values and  Matrix  Approximations  (and) an
     ALGOL    Procedure    for   Computing    the    Singular   Value
     Decomposition%1, 12 pages, July 1967.

STAN-CS-67-74 (AD657639), G.   E. Forsythe, %2What is  a Satisfactory
     Quadratic Equation Solver?%1, 9 pages, August 1967.

STAN-CS-67-75  (PB175793),  F.  L. Bauer,  %2Theory  of  Norms%1, 136
     pages, August 1967.

STAN-CS-67-76  (AD657450), P.   M.  Anselone,  %2Collectively Compact
     Operator Approximations%1, 60 pages, April 1967.

STAN-CS-67-77  (PB176770), G.   E. Forsythe,  %2What To  Do  Till The
     Computer Scientist Comes%1, 13 pages, September 1967.

STAN-CS-67-78  (PB176771),  K.   M.  Colby  and  H.   Enea, %2Machine
     Utilization of  the Natural  Language Word  'Good' %1,  8 pages,
     September 1967.

STAN-CS-67-79 (AD662884), R.  W.  Doran, %2360 U.S.  Fortran  IV Free
     Field Input/Output Subroutine Package%1, 21 pages, October 1967.

STAN-CS-67-80 (AD662902),  J. Friedman, %2Directed  Random Generation
     of Sentences%1, 30 pages, October 1967.

STAN-CS-67-81   (AD661217),  G.   H.   Golub  and   J.   H.   Welsch,
     %2Calculation of  Gauss Quadrature  Rules%1, 28  pages, November

STAN-CS-67-82 (PB176775), L.  Tesler, H.  Enea and K. M.   Colby, %2A
     Directed Graph Representation for Computer Simulation  of Belief
     Systems%1, 31 pages, December 1967.

STAN-CS-68-83  (AD664237),  A.   Bjorck  and  G.   Golub, %2Iterative
     Refinements   of  Linear   Squares  Solutions   by  House-Holder
     Transformations%1, 28 pages, January 1968.

STAN-CS-68-84  (AD692680),  J.   Friedman,  %2A  Computer  System for
     Transformational Grammar%1, 31 pages, January 1968.

STAN-CS-68-85  (PB177426), K.   M.  Colby,  %2Computer-Aided Language
     Development  in  Nonspeaking Mentally  Disturbed  Children%1, 35
     pages, December 1968.

STAN-CS-68-86 (PB179162), H.  R. Bauer, S.  Becker and S.  L. Graham,
     %2ALGOL With Programming%1, 90 pages, January 1968.

STAN-CS-68-87 (PB178176), J. Ehrman,  %2CS 139 Lecture Notes  Part 1,
     Sections 1 thru Preliminary Version%1, 188 pages, 1968.

STAN-CS-68-88  (AD665672),  S.  Schechter,  %2Relaxation  Methods for
     Convex Problems%1, 19 pages, February 1968.

STAN-CS-68-89 (PB180920), H.  R. Bauer, S.  Becker and S.  L. Graham,
     %2ALGOL W (revised)%1, 42 pages, March 1968.

STAN-CS-68-90 (PB178177),  V.  R.   Lesser, %2A  Multi-Level Computer
     Organization  Designed  to  Separate  Data  Accessing  from  the
     Computation%1, 20 pages, March 1968.

STAN-CS-68-91  (PB178114), N.  Wirth, J.   W. Wells,  Jr.  and  E. H.
     Satterthwaite, Jr., %2The PL360 System%1, 89 pages, April 1968.

STAN-CS-68-92 (PB178078), H. Enea, %2MLISP%1, 18 pages, March 1968.

STAN-CS-68-93 (PB178078),  G.  E.   Forsythe, %2Computer  Science and
     Education%1, 50 pages, March 1968.

STAN-CS-68-94  (SLACR-84),  A.   C.   Shaw  (Thesis),   %2The  Formal
     Description and Parsing of Pictures%1, 205 pages, April 1968.

STAN-CS-68-95 (not at NTIS), J.  Friedman and R. W. Doran, %2A Formal
     Syntax for Transformational Grammar%1, 47 pages, March 1968.

STAN-CS-68-96  (AD673673),  L.   B.   Smith,   %2Interval  Arithmetic
     Determinant Evalation  and its  Use in  Testing for  a Chebyshev
     System%1, 26 pages, April 1968.

STAN-CS-68-97 (not at NTIS), W. F. Miller, %2Research in the Computer
     Science  Department at  Stanford University%1,  49  pages, April

STAN-CS-68-98 (PB179162), H. Bauer, S. Becker and S.  Graham, %2ALGOL
     With Implementation%1, 147 pages, May 1968.

STAN-CS-68-99 (PB179057), J. Friedman, %2Lecture Notes on Foundations
     for Computer Science%1, 212 pages, June 1968.

                      %3REPORTS 100 THRU 199%1

STAN-CS-68-100  (PB178877),  T.   H.  Bredt,  %2A  Computer  Model of
     Information Processing in Children%1, 60 pages, June 1968.

STAN-CS-68-101  (AIM-60,  AD672923),  D.  M.  Kaplan  (Thesis), %2The
     Formal Theoretic  Analysis of  Stront Equivalence  for Elemental
     Programs%1, 263 pages, June 1968.

STAN-CS-68-102 (AD677982), A.   Pnueli, %2Integer Programming  Over a
     Cone%1, 29 pages, July 1968.

STAN-CS-68-103 (AD692689), T.  H.  Bredt and J.   Friedman, %2Lexical
     Insertion in Transformational Grammar%1, 47 pages, June 1968.

STAN-CS-68-104 (AD673010), R. Bartels, %2A Numerical Investigation of
     the Simplex Method%1, 122 pages, July 1968.

STAN-CS-68-105   (AD673674),   P.   Richman   (Thesis),   %2Epsiolon-
     Calculus%1, 138 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-106 (AIM-65, AD673971), B. Huberman (Thesis),  %2A Program
     to Play Chess End Games%1, 168 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-107 (AD668558), M. Jenkins, %2A Three-Stage Variable-Shift
     Iteration for Polynomial  Zeros and its Relation  to Generalized
     Rayleigh Interation%1, 46 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-108   (AD692681),   J.    Friedman   (editor),  %2Computer
     Experiments  in  Transformational  Grammar%1,  36  pages, August

STAN-CS-68-109  (AD692690),  J.  Friedman,  %2A  Computer  System for
     Writing and Testing Transformational Grammars -  Final Report%1,
     14 pages, September 1968.

STAN-CS-68-110 (PB180920), H.  Bauer,  S.  Becker, S.  Graham  and E.
     Satterthwaite, %2ALGOL W (revised)%1, 103 pages, October 1968.

STAN-CS-68-111 (AD692691), J.  Friedman and T. Martner, %2Analysis in
     Transformational Grammar%1, 18 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-112 (AD692687), J.   Friedman and B. Pollack,  %2A Control
     Language for Transformational Grammar%1, 51 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-113  (PB188705), W.   J. Hansen,  %2The Impact  of Storage
     Management  on  Plex Processing  Language  Implementation%1, 253
     pages, July 1968.

STAN-CS-68-114  (PB182156),  J.  George,  %2Calgen,   An  Interactive
     Picture Calculus Generation System%1, 75 pages, December 1968,

STAN-CS-68-115  (AD692686), J.   Friedman, T.   Bredt, R.   Doran, T.
     Martner  and B.  Pollack, %2Programmer's  Manual for  a Computer
     System for Transformational Grammar%1, 199 pages, August 1968.

STAN-CS-68-116  (AIM-72,   AD680036),  D.   Pieper   (Thesis),  %2The
     Kinematics of Manipulators Under Computer Control%1,  157 pages,
     October 1968.

STAN-CS-68-117 (PB182151), D. Adams (Thesis), %2A Computational Model
     with Data Flow Sequencing%1, 130 pages, December 1968.

STAN-CS-68-118 (AIM-74,  AD681027), D.  Waterman  (Thesis), %2Machine
     Learning of Heuristics%1, 235 pages, December 1968.

STAN-CS-68-119  (AD692681),  G.   Dantzig,  et   al.,  %2Mathematical
     Programming Language%1, 91 pages, May 1968.

STAN-CS-68-120  (PB182166),  E.   Satterthwaite,  %2Mutant  0.5:   An
     Experimental Programming Language%1, 60 pages, February 1968.

STAN-CS-69-121 (AD682978), C.   B.  Moler, %2Accurate Bounds  for the
     Eigenvalues  of  the  Laplacian  and  Applications  to Rhombical
     Domains%1, 17 pages, February 1969.

STAN-CS-69-122  (AD687450), W.   C.  Mitchell  and D.   L.  McCraith,
     %2Heuristic Analysis of  Numerical Variants of  the Gram-Schmidt
     Orthonormalization Process%1, 21 pages, February 1969.

STAN-CS-69-123 (AD696982), R.   P. Brent, %2Empirical Evidence  for a
     Proposed Distribution of Small Prime Gaps%1, 18  pages, February

STAN-CS-69-124 (AD687719), G. H.  Golub, %2Matrix  Decompositions and
     Statistical Calculations%1, 52 pages, March 1969.

STAN-CS-69-125 (AIM-89,  AD692390), J. Feldman,  J. Horning,  J. Gips
     and  S.  Reder,  %2Grammatical Complexity  and  Inference%1, 100
     pages, June 1969.

STAN-CS-69-126  (AD702898),  G.   Dantzig,  %2Complementary  Spanning
     Trees%1, 10 pages, March 1969.

STAN-CS-69-127 (AIM-85, AD687720), P.  Vicens (Thesis),  %2Aspects of
     Speech Recognition by Computer%1, 210 pages, April 1969.

STAN-CS-69-128  (AD687717), G.  H.  Golub,  B. L.   Buzbee and  C. W.
     Nielson, %2The  Method of  Odd/Even Reduction  and Factorization
     with Application to Poisson's Equation%1, 39 pages, April 1969.

STAN-CS-69-129  (not  at  NTIS),  W.  F.  Miller,  %2Research  in the
     Computer Science Department%1, 82 pages, April 1969.

STAN-CS-69-130  (AIM-83,  PB183907),  R.   C.   Schank  (Thesis), %2A
     Conceptual  Dependency  Representation  for  a Computer-Oriented
     Semantics%1, 201 pages, March 1969.

STAN-CS-69-131 (SLAC-96),  L.  B. Smith  (Thesis), %2The Use  of Man-
     Machine Interaction in Data-Fitting Problems%1, 287 pages, March

STAN-CS-69-132, Never Printed.

STAN-CS-69-133 (AD687718), G.  H.  Golub and C.   Reinsch, %2Handbook
     Series Linear Algebra:  Singular Value Decompositions  and Least
     Sequares Solutions%1, 38 pages, May 1969.

STAN-CS-69-134 (AD700923), G. H. Golub and M. A.   Saunders, %2Linear
     Least Squares and Quadratic Programming%1, 38 pages, May 1969.

STAN-CS-69-135  (SLACR-102,  not  at  NTIS),  D.   Gries,  %2Compiler
     Implementation Language%1, 113 pages, May 1969.

STAN-CS-69-136  (SLACR-104, not  at NTIS),  I.  Pohl  (Thesis), %2Bi-
     Directional and Heuristic Search in Path Problems%1,  157 pages,
     May 1969.

STAN-CS-69-137  (AD698801), P.  Henrici, %2Fixed  Points  of Analytic
     Functions%1, 7 pages, July 1969.

STAN-CS-69-138  (AIM-96,  AD696394), C.   C.   Green  (Thesis), %2The
     Application of Theorem Proving to  Question-Answering Systems%1,
     162 pages, June 1969.

STAN-CS-69-139 (AIM-98, AD695401), J. J. Horning (Thesis),  %2A Study
     of Grammatical Inference%1, 166 pages, August 1969.

STAN-CS-69-140  (AD698799),  G.  E.  Forsythe,  %2Design  -  Then and
     Now%1, 15 pages, September 1969.

STAN-CS-69-141 (PB188542), G. Dahlquist,  S.  C. Eisenstat and  G. H.
     Golub, %2Bounds  for the  Error of  Linear Systems  of Equations
     Using the Theory of Moments%1, 26 pages, October 1969.

STAN-CS-69-142, G. H. Golub and R. Underwood, %2Stationary  Values of
     the Ratio of Quadratic Forms Subject to Linear Constraints%1, 22
     pages, November 1969.

STAN-CS-69-143  (AD694464), M.   A.  Jenkins  (Thesis), %2Three-Stage
     Variable-Shift for the  Solution of Polynomial Equations  with a
     Posteriori Error Bounds for  the Zeros%1 (has also  been printed
     incorrectly as STAN-CS-69-138), 199 pages, August 1969.

STAN-CS-69-144 (AD698800), G.  E. Forsythe, %2The Maximum and Minimum
     of  a Positive  Definite Quadratic  Polynomial on  a  Sphere are
     Convex Functions of the Radius%1, 9 pages, July 1969.

STAN-CS-69-145  (AD698798),  P.  Henrici,  %2Methods  of  Search  for
     Solving Polynomial Equations%1, 25 pages, December 1969.

STAN-CS-70-146 (not at NTIS), G. O. Ramos (Thesis),  %2Roundoff Error
     Analysis of the Fast Fourier Transform%1, February 1970.

STAN-CS-70-147 (AD699897), G. E. Forsythe, %2Pitfalls in Computation,
     or Why a Math Book Isn't Enough%1, 43 pages, January 1970.

STAN-CS-70-148 (PB188749), D. E.  Knuth and R.  W. Floyd,  %2Notes on
     Avoiding `GO TO' Statements%1, 15 pages, January 1970.

STAN-CS-70-149  (PB188748), D.   E.  Knuth,  %2Optimum  Binary Search
     Trees%1, 19 pages, January 1970.

STAN-CS-70-150 (AD699898), J. H. Wilkinson, %2Elementary Proof of the
     Wielandt-Hoffman Theorem and  of its Generalization%1,  8 pages,
     January 1970.

STAN-CS-70-151  (not at  NTIS), E.  A.  Volkov  (translated by  G. E.
     Forsythe),  %2On  the  Properties  of  the  Derivatives  of  the
     Solution of Laplace's Equation  and the Errors of the  Method of
     Finite Differences for Boundary Values in C(2) and  C(1,1)%1, 26
     pages, January 1970.

STAN-CS-70-152 (not at  NTIS), S.  Gustafson, %2Rapid  Computation of
     Interpolation  Formulae  and Mechanical  Quadrature  Rules%1, 23
     pages, February 1970.

STAN-CS-70-153 (AD701358), S.  Gustafson, %2Error Propagation  by Use
     of  Interpolation  Formulae  and  Quadrature  Rules   which  are
     Computed Numerically%1, 17 pages, February 1970.

STAN-CS-70-154, H. S.   Stone, %2The Spectrum of  Incorrectly Decoded
     Bursts for Cyclic Error Codes%1, 24 pages, February 1970.

STAN-CS-70-155  (AD705508), B.  L.  Buzbee,  G. H.   Golub and  C. W.
     Nielson, %2The  Method of  Odd/Even Reduction  and Factorization
     with  Application to  Poisson's Equation,  Part II%1,  36 pages,
     March 1970.

STAN-CS-70-156 (AD713972), G. B.  Dantzig, %2On a Model for Computing
     Roundoff Error of a Sum%1, October 1979.

STAN-CS-70-157  (AD705509), R.   P.  Brent,  %2Algorithms  for Matrix
     Multiplication%1, 54 pages, March 1970.

STAN-CS-70-158,  H.  Stone,  %2Parallel Processing  with  the Perfect
     Shuffle%1, 36 pages, March 1970.

STAN-CS-70-159 (AD708690), J. A.  George, %2The Use of Direct Methods
     for  the  Solution  of the  Discrete  Poisson  Equation  on Non-
     Rectangular Regions%1, 2 pages, June 1970.

STAN-CS-70-160 (CSL-TR-5,  AD707762), T. H.  Bredt and  E. McCluskey,
     %2A Model for Parallel Computer Systems%1, 62 pages, April 1970.

STAN-CS-70-161  (SLACR-117, not  at  NTIS), L.  J.  Hoffman (Thesis),
     %2The Formulary Model for Access Control and Privacy in Computer
     Systems%1, 81 pages, May 1970.

STAN-CS-70-162 (SLACP-760, AD709564), R. H. Bartels, G. H.  Golub and
     M.   A.    Saunders,  %2Numerical  Techniques   in  Mathematical
     Programming%1, 61 pages, May 1970.

STAN-CS-70-163 (AD708691), H.  Malcolm, %2An Algorithm  for Floating-
     Point  Accumulation of  Sums  with Small  Realative  Error%1, 22
     pages, June 1970.

STAN-CS-70-164  (AD708692),  V.   I.   Gordonova  (translated  by  L.
     Kaufman), %2Estimates of the Roundoff Error in the Solution of a
     System of Conditional Equations, by V. I. Gordonova%1, 16 pages,
     June 1970.

STAN-CS-70-165, H.  Bauer and  H. Stone, %2The Scheduling of  N Tasks
     with M Operations on Two Processors%1, 34 pages, July 1970.

STAN-CS-70-166 (AIM-128, AD713841), E. J.   Sandewall, %2Representing
     Natural-Language Information in Predicate Calculus%1,  27 pages,
     July 1970.

STAN-CS-70-167  (AIM-129,  AD712460),  S.  Igarashi,  %2Semantics  of
     ALGOL-Like Statements%1, 95 pages, June 1970.

STAN-CS-70-168  (AIM-130,  AD713252),  M.   Kelly  (Thesis), %2Visual
     Identification of People by Computer%1, 138 pages, July 1970.

STAN-CS-70-169 (AIM-126,  AD711329), D.  Knuth, %2Examples  of Formal
     Semantics%1, 35 pages, August 1970.

STAN-CS-70-170  (CSL-TR-6,  AD711334),  T.   Bredt,   %2Analysis  and
     Synthesis  of Concurrent  Sequential Programs%1,  50  pages, May

STAN-CS-70-171 (CSL-TR-8, AD714202),  T. Bredt, %2A Survey  of Models
     for Parrallel Computing%1, 58 pages, August 1970.

STAN-CS-70-172 (CSL-TR-7, AD714180), T. Bredt, %2Analysis of Parallel
     Systems%1, 59 pages, August 1970.

STAN-CS-70-173 (CSL-TR-9, AD714181), T. Bredt, %2The Mutual Exclusion
     Problem%1, 68 pages, August 1970.

STAN-CS-70-174  (AIM-127,  AD711395), Z.   Manna  and  R.  Waldinger,
     %2Towards Automatic Program Synthesis%1, 55 pages, August 1970.

STAN-CS-70-175   (AD713842),   M.   Malcolm,   %2A   Description  and
     Subroutines for  Computing Euclidean Inner  Products on  the IBM
     360%1, 14 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-176 (AIM-131, AD715128), E. A. Feigenbaum, B.  C. Buchanan
     and J.  Lederberg, %2On Generality  and Problem Solving:  A Case
     Study Using the DENDRAL Program%1, 48 pages, September 1970.

STAN-CS-70-177 (AD715511), R.  W. Floyd and D. E. Knuth,  %2The Bose-
     Nelson Sorting Problem%1, 16 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-178  (not  at  NTIS),  G.  Forsythe  and  W.   F.  Miller,
     %2Research Review%1, 186 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-179 (AIM-135, AD716566), D. C. Smith, %2MLISP%1, 99 pages,
     October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-180  (AIM-132,  AD715665), G.   Falk  (Thesis), %2Computer
     Interpretation  of Imperfect  Line Data  as  a Three-Dimensional
     Scene%1, 187 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-181 (AIM-133), A. C. Hearn, %2Reduce 2 -  User's Manual%1,
     85 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-182   (AIM-134,   AD748565),   J.    Tenenbaum   (Thesis),
     %2Accomodation in Computer Vision%1, 452 pages, Septmeber 1970.

STAN-CS-70-183 (AIM-136, AD717600), G.  M. White,  %2Machine Learning
     Through  Signature  Trees...Application  to  Human  Speech%1, 40
     pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-184 (AD715512), M. Malcolm, %2A Note on a Conjecture of J.
     Mordell%1, 5 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-185 (TID22593),  E. Nelson, %2Graph  Program Simulation%1,
     175 pages, October 1970.

STAN-CS-70-186 (AIM-137, AD715513), D. E. Knuth, %2An Empirical Study
     of Fortran Programs%1, 50 pages, November 1970.

STAN-CS-70-187  (AD197154),   G.   Dantzig  et   al.,  %2Mathematical
     Programming  Language (MPL)  Specification Manual  for Committee
     Review%1, 82 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-188 (AIM-138, PB197161), E. Ashcroft and Z.   Manna, %2The
     Translation of `Go To' Programs to `While' Programs%1, 28 pages,
     December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-189 (AIM-139,  AD717601), Z. Manna,  %2Mathematical Theory
     of Partial Correctness%1, 24 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-190 (AD719398),  J. Hopcroft, %2An  N Log N  Algorithm for
     Minimizing States  in a Finite  Automaton%1, 12  pages, December

STAN-CS-70-191 (SLACP-904, PB198494), V. Lesser, %2An Introduction to
     the Direct Emulation of Control Structures by a  Parallel Micro-
     Computer%1, 26 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-192 (AD719399),  J. Hopcroft, %2An  N Log N  Algorithm for
     Isomorphism  of  Planar  Triply  Connected  Graphs%1,  6  pages,
     December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-193 (AIM-140, not at NTIS), R. Schank, %2Intention, Memory
     and Computer Understanding%1, 59 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-194  (PB198495),  D.   E.  Knuth,  %2The  Art  of Computer
     Programming - Errata et Addenda%1, 28 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-195 (723871), B. L. Buzbee,  F. W. Dorr, A. George  and G.
     H.   Golub,  %2The  Direct  Solution  of  the  Discrete  Poisson
     Equation on Irregular Regions%1, 30 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-70-196 (AD725167), C.   B. Moler, %2Matrix  Computations with
     Fortran and Paging%1, 13 pages, December 1970.

STAN-CS-71-197  (not  at  NTIS),  D.   E.  Knuth  and  R.  L.  Sites,
     %2Mix/360 User's Guide%1, 11 pages, January 1971.

STAN-CS-71-198  (AD726170),  R.  Brent  (Thesis),   %2Algorithms  for
     Finding  Zeros  and  Extrema  of  Functions  without Calculating
     Derivatives%1, 250 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-199 (PB198415), Staff, %2Bibliography of Stanford Computer
     Science Reports 1963-1971%1, 28 pages, February 1971.

                      %3REPORTS 200 THRU 299%1

STAN-CS-71-200 (PB198416), J. G.  Herriot and C. H.  Peinsch, %2ALGOL
     60  Procedures  for  the  Calculation  of  Interpolating Natural
     Spline Functions%1, 30 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-201 (AD722434),  J. Hopcroft  and R.   Tarjan, %2Planarity
     Testing  in  V  Log V  Steps:  Extended  Abstracts%1,  18 pages,
     February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-202 (SLAC-117, not  at NTIS), H.  J.  Saal and  W. Riddle,
     %2Communicating Semaphores%1, 21 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-203 (AIM-141, AD730506), B. Buchanan, E. Feigenbaum and J.
     Lederberg,  %2The  Heuristic  DENDRAL  Program   for  Explaining
     Empirical Data%1, 20 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-204 (PB198510), D.  Ingalls, %2FETE - a  Fortran Execution
     Time Estimator%1, 12 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-205  (AIM-142,  AD731383),  Robin  Milner,  %2An Algebraic
     Definition  of Simulation  Between Programs%1,  20  pages, March

STAN-CS-71-206 (AD726158), D.   E. Knuth, %2Mathematical  Analysis of
     Algorithms%1, 26 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-207 (AD726169),  J. Hopcroft  and R.   Tarjan, %2Efficient
     Algorithms for Graph Manipulation%1, 19 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-208  (AD726171),  J.   A.   George   (Thesis),  %2Computer
     Implementation of the Finite Element Method%1, 220  pages, March

STAN-CS-71-209 (AIM-143, AD724867), J. McCarthy and  Staff, %2Project
     Technical Report%1, 80 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-210 (PB201917), J. Gerry  Purdy, %2Access - a  Program for
     the Catalog and Access of Information%1, 28 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-211  (AD727104),  M.  Malcolm,  %2An  Algorithm  to Reveal
     Properties of Floating-Point Arithmetic%1, 8 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-212  (AD727107),  M.   A.   Morgana,  %2Time   and  Memory
     Requirements for Solving Linear Systems%1, 7 pages, March 1971.

STAN-CS-71-213  (PB201629),  R.   Tarjan,  %2The  Switchyard Problem:

     Sorting Using Networks of  Queues and Stacks%1, 13  pages, April

STAN-CS-71-214  (AD727108), R.  L.  Graham,  D. E.   Knuth and  T. S.
     Motzkin, %2Complements and Transitive Closures%1, 6 pages, April

STAN-CS-71-215  (AD727115),  M.   Malcolm,  %2PL360  (Revised)   -  a
     Programming Language for the IBM 360%1, 91 pages, May 1971.

STAN-CS-71-216  (AIM-147, AD732457),  R.  E.   Kling,  %2Reasoning by
     Analogy with Applications to Heuristics Problem Solving:  a Case
     Study%1, 180 pages, May 1971.

STAN-CS-71-217 (AIM-148, AD731730), E.  A. Ashcroft, Z. Manna  and A.
     Pnueli, %2Decidable Properties of Monadic  Functional Schemas%1,
     9 pages, May 1971.

STAN-CS-71-218 (AD731038), N.   G. Debruijn, D.  E.  Knuth and  S. O.
     Rice, %2The Average Height of Plane Trees%1, 7 pages, May 1971.

STAN-CS-71-219 (AIM-144, not at NTIS), Lynn Quam (Thesis), %2Computer
     Comparison of Pictures%1, 120 pages, May 1971.

STAN-CS-71-220  (CSL-4, AD727116),  Harold Stone,  %2Dynamic Memories
     with Enhanced Data Access%1, 32 pages, February 1971.

STAN-CS-71-221 (AIM-145, AD731729), B. G. Buchanan, E. Feigenbaum and
     J.   Lederberg,  %2A  Heuristic  Programming  Study   of  Theory
     Formation in Science%1, 41 pages, June 1971.

STAN-CS-71-222  (PB235417/AS),  W.   J.   Meyers  (Thesis),  %2Linear
     Representation  of  Tree  Structure  (a  Mathematical  Theory of
     Parenthesis-Free Notations)%1, 245 pages, June 1971.

STAN-CS-71-223  (PB203429),   Susan  Graham   (Thesis),  %2Precedence
     Languages and Bounded Right Context Languages%1, 192 pages, July

STAN-CS-71-224   (AIM-146,   PB212183),   A.     Ershov,   %2Parallel
     Programming%1, 15 pages, July 1971.

STAN-CS-71-225  (PB203344), Ake  Bjorck and  Gene  Golub, %2Numerical
     Methods  for  Computing Angles  Between  Linear  Subspaces%1, 30
     pages, July 1971.

STAN-CS-71-226  (SLAC-133),  J.   E.   George,  %2SIMPLE  -  A Simple
     Precedence Translator Writing System%1, 92 pages, July 1971.

STAN-CS-71-227  (SLAC-134),  J.  E.  George  (Thesis),  %2GEMS   -  A
     Graphical Experimental Meta System%1, 184 pages, July 1971.

STAN-CS-71-228 (PB203343), Linda Kaufman, %2Function Minimization and
     Automatic Therapeutic Control%1, 30 pages, July 1971.

STAN-CS-71-229   (AD732766),  E.   H.   Lee  and   G.   E.  Forsythe,
     %2Variational  Study  of Nonlinear  Spline  Curves%1,  22 pages,
     August 1971.

STAN-CS-71-230  (PB203601),  R.  L.   Sites,  %2ALGOL  With Reference
     Manual%1, 141 pages, August 1971.

STAN-CS-71-231 (AIM-149, AD732644),  Rod Schmidt (Thesis),  %2A Study
     of the  Real-Time Control  of a  Computer Driven  Vehicle%1, 180
     pages, August 1971.

STAN-CS-71-232 (AD733073),  C.  B.  Moler  and G.  W.   Steward, %2An
     Algorithm for  the Generalized  Matrix Eigenvalue  Problem%1, 50
     pages, August 1971.

STAN-CS-71-233 (not  at NTIS),  Wayne Wilner,  %2Declarative Semantic
     Definition%1, 211 pages, August 1971.

STAN-CS-71-234  (not  at  NTIS),  Gene  H.   Golub,  %2Some  Modified
     Eigenvalue Problems%1, 38 pages, September 1971.

STAN-CS-71-235  (AIM-150,  not  at  NTIS),  R.  W.   Floyd,  %2Toward
     Iterative  Design  of Correct  Programs%1,  12  pages, September

STAN-CS-71-236 (AD737648), G.  H. Golub and George Styan, %2Numerical
     Computation for Univeariate Linear Models%1, 35 pages, September

STAN-CS-71-237  (CSL-TR-16,  AD737270),  D.   C.   Van  Voorhis,  %2A
     Generalization  of  the Divide-Sort-Merge  Strategy  for Sorting
     Networks%1, 67 pages, September 1971.

STAN-CS-71-238 (CSL-TR-17, AD735901),  D. C.  Van Voorhis,  %2A Lower
     Bound  for  Sorting  Networks  That  Use  the  Divide-Sort-Merge
     Strategy%1, 13 pages, September 1971.

STAN-CS-71-239 (CSL-TR-18,  AD736610), D.   C.  Van  Voorhis, %2Large
     [g.d.] Sorting Networks%1, 84 pages, September 1971.

STAN-CS-71-240  (AIM-151, AD738568),  Ralph London,  %2Correctness of
     Two Compilers for a LISP Subset%1, 42 pages, October 1971.

STAN-CS-71-241 (AIM-152, AD732642), Alan Bierman, %2On  the Inference
     of Turing Machines from Sample Computations%1, 31 pages, October

STAN-CS-71-242  (AIM-153,  AD738569),  Patrick  Hayes,   %2The  Frame
     Problem and Related Problems in AI%1, 24 pages, November 1971.

STAN-CS-71-243  (AIM-154,  AD738570),  Z.   Manna,  S.   Ness  and J.
     Vuillemin,  %2Inductive   Methods  for  Proving   Properties  of
     Programs%1, 24 pages, November 1971.

STAN-CS-71-244  (AD738027),  R.   Tarjan  (Thesis),   %2An  Efficient
     Planarity Algorithm%1, 154 pages, November 1971.

STAN-CS-71-245  (AIM-155,   not  at   NTIS),  John   Ryder  (Thesis),
     %2Heuristic Analysis of Large Trees as Generated in the  Game of
     Go%1, 350 pages, November 1971.

STAN-CS-71-246 (AIM-156, AD740141),  Ken Colby, S. Weber,  Frank Hilf
     and H.  Kraemer,  %2A Resemblance Test  for the Validation  of a
     Computer Simulation of Paranoid Processing%1, 30 pages, November

STAN-CS-71-247 (AIM-157, not at NTIS), Yorick Wilks, %2On  Small Head
     --  Some Remarks  on  the Use  of 'Model'  in  Linguistics%1, 16
     pages, December 1971.

STAN-CS-71-248   (AD739335),  Michael   Fredman  and   Donald  Knuth,
     %2Recurrence  Relations  Based  on  Minimization%1,   35  pages,
     December 1971.

STAN-CS-71-249   (not  at   NTIS),  Bary   Pollack,   %2An  Annotated
     Bibliography  on  the Construction  of  Compilers%1,  140 pages,
     December 1971.

STAN-CS-71-250 (AIM-158,  AD740127), Ashok  Chandra and  Zohar Manna,
     %2Program Schemas with Equality%1, 13 pages, December 1971.

STAN-CS-72-251  (CSL-TR-19, AD736814),  Harold Stone,  %2An Efficient
     Parallel  Algorithm for  the  Solution of  a  Tridiagonal Linear
     System of Equation%1, 24 pages, January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-252 (SU326 P30 14), M.  A. Saunders,  %2Large-Scale Linear
     Programming  Using  the  Cholesky  Factorization%1,   40  pages,
     January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-253  (AIM-159, not  at  NTIS), J.  A.  Feldman  and  P. C.

     Shields,   %2Total  Complexity   and  the   Inference   of  Best
     Programs%1, January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-254 (AD740330), G. E. Forsythe, %2Von Neumann's Comparison
     Method   for  Random   Sampling  from   the  Normal   and  Other
     Distributions%1, 19 pages, January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-255  (AIM-160,  AD740140),  J.   A.   Feldman, %2Automatic
     Programming%1, 20 pages, January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-256 (AD740331), V. Chvatal, %2Edmonds Polyhedra and Weakly
     Hamiltonian Graphs%1, 22 pages, January 1972.

STAN-CS-72-257 (PB208519),  N. Wirth,  %2On Pascal,  Code Generation,
     and the CDC 6000 Computer%1, 39 pages, February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-258  (AD740332),   Harold  Brown,  %2Some   Basic  Machine
     Algorithms for Integral Order Computations%1, 15 pages, February

STAN-CS-72-259 (PB208595),  Clark A.  Crane (Thesis),  %2Linear Lists
     and  Priority  Queues  as Balanced  Binary  Trees%1,  131 pages,
     February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-260 (AD740110), Vaughan R. Pratt (Thesis), %2Shellsort and
     Sorting Networks%1, 59 pages, February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-261  (SU326 P30  15), Gene  H. Golub  and  Victor Pereyra,
     %2The  Diffenentiation  of  Pseudoinverses  and  Nonlinear Least
     Squares Whose Variables Separate%1, 35 pages, February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-262   (PB209357),  Staff,   %2Bibliography%1,   36  pages,
     February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-263 (AD741189),  David A. Klarner  and Ronald  Rivest, %2A
     Procedure for  Improving the  Upper Bound for  the Number  of n-
     Ominoes%1, 31 pages, February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-264  (AIM-161,   AD741189),  Yorick   Wilks,  %2Artificial
     Intelligence  Approach  to  Machine  Translation%1,   42  pages,
     February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-265 (AIM-162, AD744634), Neil Goldman, Roger  Shank, Chuck
     Rieger and Chris Riesbeck, %2Primitive Concepts Underlying Verbs
     of Thought%1, 80 pages, February 1972.

STAN-CS-72-266  (AIM-163,  not   at  NTIS),  Jean   Cadiou  (Thesis),

     %2Recursive  Definitions  of  Partial  and  Functions  and Their
     Computation%1, 160 pages, March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-267  (PB209629),  Pierre E.  Bonzon,  %2MPL  (An Appraisal
     Based on Practical Experiment)%1, 26 pages, March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-268 (AD742348), V. Chvatal, %2Degrees and  Matchings%1, 16
     pages, March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-269 (AD742747), David  Klarner and R.   Rado, %2Arithmetic
     Properties  of  Certain Recursively  Defined  Sets%1,  30 pages,
     March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-270  (PB209616),  G.   Golub,  J.   H.   Wilkinson  and R.
     Underwood, %2The Lanczos Algorithm  for the Symmetric Ax =  λ Bx
     Problem%1, 21 pages, Marcy 1972.

STAN-CS-72-271  (not at  NTIS),  William E.   Riddle  (Thesis), %2The
     Modeling and Analysis of Supervisory Systems%1, 174 pages, March

STAN-CS-72-272  (AIM-164, AD742748),  Zohar Manna  and  J. Vuillemin,
     %2Fixedpoint Approach to the Theory of Computation%1,  25 pages,
     March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-273 (PB209806),  V. Chvatal  and J.   Sichler, %2Chromatic
     Automorphisms of Graphs%1, 12 pages, March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-274  (AD742749), D.   Klarner and  Richard  Rado, %2Linear
     Combinations of Sets of Consecutive Integers%1, 12  pages, March

STAN-CS-72-275  (AD742750), David  A.  Klarner,  %2Sets  Generated by
     Iteration of a Linear Operation%1, 16 pages, March 1972.

STAN-CS-72-276 (AD745022), Linda Kaufman (Thesis), %2A Generalized LR
     Method to Solve Ax = Bx%1, 70 pages, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-277  (SLAC-149,  not  at  NTIS),  C.   T.   Zahn, %2Region
     Boundaries on a Triangular Grid%1, 40 pages, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-278 (SU326 P30-17), Paul  Concus and Gene H.  Golub, %2Use
     of Fast Direct Methods  for the Efficient Numerical  Solution of
     Nonseparable Elliptic Equations%1, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-279    (AD744313),    Michael    Osborne,    %2Topics   in
     Optimization%1, 143 pages, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-280 (AIM-165, AD742751),  D. A.  Bochvar, %2Two  Papers on
     Partial Predicate Calculus%1, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-281 (AIM-166, AD743598), Lynn Quam, Sydney  Liebes, Robert
     Tucker, Marsha Jo Hanna and Botond Eross, %2Computer Interactive
     Picture Processing%1, 41 pages, April 1972.

STAN-CS-72-282  (AIM-167, AD747254),  Ashok K.   Chandra, %2Efficient
     Compilation  of  Linear Recursive  Programs%1,  40  pages, April

STAN-CS-72-283  (not  at   NTIS),  David  R.    Stoutemyer  (Thesis),
     %2Numerical  Implemtation of  the Schwarz  Alternating Procedure
     for Elliptic  Partial Differential  Equations%1, 131  pages, May

STAN-CS-72-284 (O.R. 72-6, AD745778), V Chvatal,  %2Edmonds Polyhedra
     and a Hierarchy of Combinatorial Problems%1, 49 pages, May 1972.

STAN-CS-72-285 (PB210910), Robert Floyd and Alan J. Smith, %2A Linear
     Time Two Tape Merge%1, 16 pages, May 1972.

STAN-CS-72-286 (PB211036),  Ashok K.  Chandra,  %2On the  Solution of
     Moser's Problem in 4 Dimensions, and Related Issues%1, 32 pages,
     May 1972.

STAN-CS-72-287 (AIM-168, AD746146), Shigaru Igarashi, %2Admissibility
     of  Fixed-Point   Induction  in   First-Order  Logic   of  Typed
     Theories%1, 36 pages, May 1972.

STAN-CS-72-288  (AIM-169, not  at  NTIS), Robin  Milner,  %2Logic for
     Computable    Functions:      Description    of     a    Machine
     Implementation%1, 36 pages, May 1972.

STAN-CS-72-289  (AIM-170,   AD748607),  Yorick  Wilks,   %2Lakoff  on
     Linquistics and Natural Logic%1, 20 pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-290  (AIM-171,  AD746147),  Roger  Schank,  %2Adverbs  and
     Beliefs%1, 30 pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-291  (AD746189),  Donald E.   Knuth,  %2Some Combinatorial
     Lemmas%1, 21 pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-292 (AD746150), V. Chvatal, D. A. Klarner and D. E. Knuth,
     %2Selected  Combinatorial  Research Problems%1,  31  pages, June

STAN-CS-72-293  (CSL-TN-32,   PB212234),  J.   A.    Lukes  (Thesis),
     %2Combinatorial Solutions to Partitioning Problems%1, 130 pages,
     June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-294 (SLACP-1072),  Harry J. Saal  and Leonard  J. Shustek,
     %2Microprogrammed   Implementation   of   Computer   Measurement
     Techniques%1, 20 pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-295  (PB212130),  C.   C.   Paige,  %2Bidiagonalization of
     Matrices  and Solution  of  Linear Equations%1,  27  pages, June

STAN-CS-72-296  (AD748606),  Michael L.   Fredman  (Thesis), %2Growth
     Properties  of a  Class of  Recursively Defined  Functions%1, 84
     pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-297 (PB212300),  C. C.   Paige, %2An  Error Analysis  of a
     Method for Solving Matrix Equations%1, 13 pages, June 1972.

STAN-CS-72-298 (CSL-TR-25), P. M. Kogge and H. S. Stone, %2A Parallel
     Algorithm  for  the Efficient  Solution  of a  General  Class of
     Recurrence Equations%1, 33 pages, July 1972.

STAN-CS-72-299 (AIM-172, AD752801), Sylvia Weber  Russell, %2Semantic
     Categories  of Nominals  for Conceptual  Dependency  Analysis of
     Natural Language%1, 67 pages, July 1972.

                      %3REPORTS 300 THRU 399%1

STAN-CS-72-300    (CSL-TN-17,    AD749848),    Marc    T.    Kaufman,
     %2Counterexample   of  a   Conjecture  of   Fujii,   Kasami  and
     Ninomiya%1, 5 pages, July 1972.

STAN-CS-72-301 (SU326 P30-21), Michael A. Saunders, %2Product Form of
     the Cholesky Factorization for Large-Scale Linear Programming%1,
     35 pages, July 1972.

STAN-CS-72-302  (SU326  P30-19),  G. H.  Golub,  %2Some  Uses  of the
     Lanczos  Algorithm  in  Numerical  Linear  Algebra%1,  23 pages,
     August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-303  (AIM-174,  PB212827), F.   Lockwood  Morris (Thesis),
     %2Correctness  of  Translations of  Programming  Languages  - an
     Algebraic Approach%1, 125 pages, August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-304 (SU326  P30-20), R.  S.   Anderssen and G.   H. Golub,
     %2Richardson's Non-Stationary  Matrix Iterative  Procedure%1, 76
     pages, August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-305   (AIM-173,    AD755139),   Gerald    Agin   (Thesis),
     %2Representation and Description of Curved Objects%1, 125 pages,
     August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-306 (SU326 P23-X-2), Bary W. Pollack, %2A  Bibliography on
     Computer Graphics%1, 145 pages, August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-307  (AIM-175,  not at  NTIS),  Hozumi  Tanaka, %2Hadamard
     Transform for Speech Wave Analysis%1, August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-308 (AIM-176, AD754109), J.  A. Feldman, J. R. Low,  R. H.
     Taylor and D.  C.  Swinehart, %2Recent Development in SAIL  - an
     ALGOL Based  Language for  Artificial Intelligence%1,  22 pages,
     August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-309  (CSL-TR-157,  not  at  NTIS),  V.   Lesser  (Thesis),
     %2Dynamic Control Structures  and Their Use in  Emulation%1, 251
     pages, August 1972.

STAN-CS-72-310 (CSL-TR-34, AD750671), Marc T. Kaufman, %2Anomalies in
     Scheduling Unit-Time Tasks%1, 22 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-311  (AIM-177,  not  at  NTIS),  Richard   Paul  (Thesis),
     %2Modelling, Trajectory Calculation  and Servoing of  a Computer
     Controlled Arm%1, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-312 (AIM-178, AD754108), Ahron Gill, %2Visual Feedback and
     Related Problems in Computer Controlled Hand-Eye Coordination%1,
     134 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-313  (PB218353/1),   Staff,  %2Bibliography   of  Computer
     Science Reports%1, 42 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-314 (CSL-TR-43,  PB212893), Peter  M. Kogge  (Thesis, Part
     I),  %2Parallel  Algorithms   for  the  Efficient   Solution  of
     Recurrence Problems%1, 74 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-315 (CSL-TR-44,  PB212894), Peter  M. Kogge  (Thesis, Part
     II),  %2The  Numerical  Stability  of  Parallel  Algorithms  for
     Solving Recurrence Problems%1, 49 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-316 (CSL-TR-45,  PB212828), Peter  M. Kogge  (Thesis, Part
     III),  %2Minimal  Paralellism  in  the  Solution  of  Recurrence
     Problems%1, 45 pages, September 1972.

STAN-CS-72-317 (CSL-TR-26, AD750672),  S. H.  Fuller and  F. Baskett,
     %2An Analysis of Drum Storage Units%1, 69 pages, October 1972.

STAN-CS-72-318 (AD755140), H.  Brown, L. Masinter and  L. Hjelmeland,
     %2Constructive Graph Labeling  Using Double Cosets%1,  50 pages,
     October 1972.

STAN-CS-72-319 (SU326  P30-22), Gene  H. Golub  and James  M.  Varah,
     %2On a Characterization of  the Best 1↓2 Scaling of  a Matrix%1,
     14 pages, October 1972.

STAN-CS-72-320 (AIM-179), Bruce G. Baumgart, %2Winged  Edge Polyhedra
     Representation%1, 46 pages, October 1972.

STAN-CS-72-321   (AIM-180,   AD759712),   Ruzena   Bajcsy   (Thesis),
     %2Computer  Identification  of  Textured  Visual  Scenes%1,  156
     pages, October 1972.

STAN-CS-72-322 (SU326 P30-23), P. E. Gill, G. H. Golub, W. Murray and
     M.     A.     Saunders,   %2Methods    for    Modifying   Matrix
     Factorizations%1, 62 pages, November 1972.

STAN-CS-72-323, Michael A. Malcolm  and John Palmer, %2A  Fast Method
     for  Solving  a  Class of  Tri-Diagonal  Linear  Systems%1 (also
     listed on the abstract as %2On the Lu Decomposition  of Toeplitz
     Matrices%1), 11 pages, November 1972.

STAN-CS-72-324 (CSL-TR-48, PB214612),  Henry R. Bauer,  III (Thesis),

     %2Subproblems of the m %4x%2 n Sequencing Problem%1,  115 pages,
     November 1972.

STAN-CS-72-325  (AIM-181),  Bruce G.   Buchanan,  %2Review  of Hubert
     Dreyfus'  What Computers  Can't  Do:  A  Critique  of Artificial
     Reason%1, 14 pages, November 1972.

STAN-CS-72-326 (AIM-182, AD754107),  Kenneth Mark Colby  and Franklin
     Dennis Hilf, %2Can Expert Judges, Using Transcripts of Teletyped
     Psychiatric Interviews, Distinguish Human Paranoid Patients from
     a  Computer  Simulation  of  Paranoid  Processes?%1,  12  pages,
     December 1972.

STAN-CS-72-327  (AD755138), David  A. Klarner  and Ronald  L. Rivest,
     %2Asymptotic  Bounds for  the Number  of Convex  n-Ominoes%1, 15
     pages, December 1972.

STAN-CS-72-328  (CSL-TR-31, PB218929),  Harold Gabow,  %2An Efficient
     Implementation  of  Edmonds'  Maximum  Matching  Algorithm%1, 68
     pages, December 1972.

STAN-CS-72-329 (PB218875), Isu Fang (Thesis), %2Folds,  A Declarative
     Formal Language Definition System%1, 290 pages, December 1972.

STAN-CS-73-330  (AIM-184,  AD758651),  Malcolm  Newey,  %2Axioms  and
     Theorems for Integers, Lists and Finite Sets in LCF%1, 53 pages,
     January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-331 (AIM-187,  AD757364), George Collins,  %2The Computing
     Time of the Eulidian Algorithm%1, 17 pages, January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-332 (AIM-186, AD758645), Robin Milner, %2Models  of LCF%1,
     17 pages, January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-333 (AIM-185,  AD757367), Zohar  Manna and  Ashok Chandra,
     %2On  the Power  of  Programming Features%1,  29  pages, January

STAN-CS-73-334  (AD757366), Michael  A. Malcolm  and Cleve  B. Moler,
     %2URAND,  A  Universal  Random  Number  Generator%1,  10  pages,
     January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-335 (SU326 P30-24), G. Golub and E.  Seneta, %2Computation
     of the Stationary  Distribution of an Infinite  Markov Matrix%1,
     12 pages, January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-336 (AIM-188, AD758646),  Ashok K. Chandra  (Thesis), %2On

     the Properties and Applications of Program Schemas%1, 225 pages,
     January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-337  (AIM-189,  PB218682),  James  Gips  and  George Stiny
     %2Aestehetics Systems%1, 22 pages, January 1973.

STAN-CS-73-338 (AD759713), David A Klarner, %2A Finite  Basis Theorem
     Revisited%1, 10 pages, February 1973.

STAN-CS-73-339  (SU326  P30-25),  Gene  H.   Golub  and  Warren Dent,
     %2Computation  of  the  Limited  Information  Maximum Likelihood
     Estimator%1, 27 pages, February 1973.

STAN-CS-73-340  (AIM-190,  AD759714),  Malcolm  Newey,  %2Notes  on a
     Problem  Involving  Permutations  as  Subsequences%1,  20 pages,
     March 1973.

STAN-CS-73-341 (AIM-191, AD764272), Shmuel Katz and Zohar  Manna, %2A
     Heuristic Approach  to Program  Verification%1, 40  pages, March

STAN-CS-73-342 (AD759715), Donald Knuth, %2Matroid Partitioning%1, 12
     pages, March 1973.

STAN-CS-73-343 (not at  NTIS), David R. Levine  (Thesis), %2Computer-
     Based  Analytic Grading  for German  Grammar  Instruction%1, 220
     pages, March 1973.

STAN-CS-73-344 (AIM-183, AD759716),  Roger C. Schank,  %2The Fourteen
     Primitive Actions and Their Inferences%1, 71 pages, March 1973.

STAN-CS-73-345  (AIM-192,  not  at NTIS),  George  Collins  and Ellis
     Horowitz, %2The  Minimum Root Separation  of a  Polynomial%1, 25
     pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-346  (AIM-193,   AD759717),  Kenneth  Mark   Colby,  %2The
     Rational for Computer  Based Treatment of  Language Difficulties
     in Nonspeaking Autistic Children%1, 8 pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-347 (AIM-194, PB221170/4),  Kenneth M. Colby  and Franklin
     Dennis  Hilf,  %2Multi  Dimensional  Analysis  in  Evaluating  a
     Simulation  of  Paranoid Thought  Processes%1,  10  pages, April

STAN-CS-73-348 (SU326  P30-26, PB222513),  V.  Pereyra,  %2High Order
     Finite  Difference  Solution  of  Differential  Equations%1,  86
     pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-349 (PB221115), Manuel  Blum, Robert Floyd,  Vaughn Pratt,
     Ronald Rivest and Robert Tarjan, %2Time Bounds  for Selection%1,
     and Robert Floyd and  Ronald Rivest, %2Expected Time  Bounds for
     Selection%1, 51 pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-350 (CSL-TR-53, AD761177),  Marc T. Kaufman,  %2An Almost-
     Optimal Algorithm for the Assmbly Line Scheduling  Problem%1, 21
     pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-351    (CSL-TR-27,   AD761175),    Samuel    H.    Fuller,
     %2Performance of an I/O Channel with Multiple Paging  Drums%1, 8
     pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-352  (CSL-TR-28,   AD761176),  Samuel  H.   Fuller,  %2The
     Expected Difference  Between the SLTF  and MTPT  Drum Scheduling
     Disciplines%1, 6 pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-353  (CSL-TR-29,  AD761185), Samuel  H.   Fuller, %2Random
     Arrivals and MTPT Disc Scheduling Disciplines%1, 7  pages, April

STAN-CS-73-354 (PB221165/4), David A. Klarner, %2The Number  of SDR's
     in Certain Regular Systems%1, 7 pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-355 (CSL-TR-57, AD764598), Thomas G. Price,  %2An Analysis
     of  Central  Processor  Scheduling  in  Multiprogrammed Computer
     Systems%1, 8 pages, April 1973.

STAN-CS-73-356 (AIM-195, PB222164),  David Canfield Smith  and Horace
     J.  Enea, %2MLISP2%1, 92 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-357 (AIM-196, AD762471),  Neil M. Goldman  and Christopher
     K.  Riesbeck, %2A Conceptually Based Sentence  Paraphraser%1, 88
     pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-358 (AIM-197, AD762470),  Roger C.  Schank and  Charles J.
     Rieger  III,  %2Inference  and  the  Computer  Understanding  of
     Natural Lanugage%1, 40 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-359  (CSL-TN-25, PB222064),  Harold Stone,  %2A Note  on a
     Combinatorial  Problem of  Burnett and  Coffman%1, 8  pages, May

STAN-CS-73-360 (CSL-TR-33,  AD764014), Richard  R.  Muntz  and Forest
     Baskett,  %2Open,  Closed  and  Mixed  Networks  of  Queues with
     Different Classes of Customers%1, 40 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-361 (Serra,  AD764273), Harold  Brown and  Larry Masinter,
     %2An Algorithm  for the  Construction of  the Graphs  of Organic
     Molecules%1, 25 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-362, appears in print as STAN-CS-73-398.

STAN-CS-73-363 (Serra, PB222099), Linda C. Kaufman (Thesis), %2The LZ
     Algorithm  to Solve  the Generalized  Eigenvalue  Problem%1, 101
     pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-364 (AIM-198, AD763611),  R.  B.  Thosar,  %2Estimation of
     Probability Density  Using Signature  Tables for  Application to
     Pattern Recognition%1, 36 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-365 (AIM-200, AD767331), Shigeru Igarashi, Ralph L. London
     and  David  C.   Luckham,  %2Automatic  Program  Verification I:
     Logical Basis and its Implementation%1, 50 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-366  (AIM-201,  AD763673), Gunnar  Rutger  Grape (Thesis),
     %2Model Bases (Intermediate-Level) Computer Vision%1, 256 pages,
     May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-367 (AD763601), Ole Amble and Donald E.   Knuth, %2Ordered
     Hash Tables%1, 34 pages, May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-368 (AIM-202, AD764396), Roger C. Schank and Yorick Wilks,
     %2The  Goals of  Linguistic  Theory Revisited%1,  44  pages, May

STAN-CS-73-369   (AIM-203,   AD764274),   Roger   C.   Schank,  %2The
     Development of  Conceptual Structures  in Children%1,  26 pages,
     May 1973.

STAN-CS-73-370  (AIM-205, AD764288),  N.S.  Sridharan,  G. Gelernter,
     A.J.  Hart, W.F. Fowler and H.J. Shue, %2A Heuristic  Program to
     Discover Syntheses  for Complex  Organic Molecules%1,  30 pages,
     June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-371  (AD223572/AS),  Donald  E.   Knuth,  %2A   review  of
     `Structured Programming' %1, 25 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-372  (AD767970), Michael  A.  Malcolm  (Thesis,  part II),
     %2Nonlinear Spline Functions%1, 60 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-373 (AIM-204,  AD765353/BWC), Kurt  A. van  Lehn (editor),
     %2SAIL User Manual%1, 200 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-374 (AD764275), Michael A.  Malcolm (Thesis  excerpt), %2A
     Machine-Independent ALGOL Procedure for  Accurate Floating-Point
     Summation%1, 5 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-375 (SU-326 P30-27), D.  Fischer, G.  Golub, O.   Hald, C.
     Levin  and  O.   Widlund,  %2On  Fourier-Toeplitz   Methods  for
     Separable Elliptic Problems%1, 30 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-376 (SU326  P30-28), Gunter Meinardus  and G.   D. Taylor,
     %2Lower Estimates for the Error of Best Uniform Approximation%1,
     20 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-377  (AIM-206,   AD764652),  Yorick   Wilks,  %2Preference
     Semantics%1, 20 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-378  (AIM-207,  AD767333),  James  Anderson  Moorer, %2The
     `Optimum-Comb' Method of  Pitch Period Analysis in  Speech%1, 25
     pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-379  (AIM-208,  AD767334),  James  Anderson  Moorer, %2The
     Hetrodyne   Filter  as   a  Tool   for  Analysis   of  Transient
     Waveforms%1, 30 pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-380 (AIM-209,  AD767695/O WC), Yoram  Yakimovsky (Thesis),
     %2Scene Analysis Using a Semantic Base for Region Growing%1, 120
     pages, June 1973.

STAN-CS-73-381 (AD767694), N.  S. Sridharan, %2Computer Generation of
     Vertex-Graphs%1, 18 pages, July 1973.

STAN-CS-73-382  (AIM-210,  AD767335), Zohar  Manna  and  Amir Pnueli,
     %2Axiomatic  Approach  to Total  Correctness  of  Programs%1, 26
     pages, July 1973.

STAN-CS-73-383 (AIM-211, AD769673), Yorick Wilks,  %2Natural Language
     Inference%1, 47 pages, July 1973.

STAN-CS-73-384   (AIM-212,  AD769379),   Annette   Herskovits,  %2The
     Generation of French from a Semantic Representation%1, 50 pages,
     August 1973.

STAN-CS-73-385 (AIM-213, not at NTIS), R. B. Thosar, %2Recognition of
     Continuous  Speech:    Segmentation  and   Classification  Using
     Signature Table Adaptation%1, 37 pages, August 1973.

STAN-CS-73-386 (AIM-214, AD767332), W. A. Perkins and T.  O. Binford,
     %2A Corner Finder for Visual Feed-Back%1, 59 pages, August 1973.

STAN-CS-73-387  (AIM-215, AD769380),  Bruce  G.  Buchanan  and  N. S.
     Sridharan, %2Analysis of  Behavior of Chemical  Molecules:  Rule
     Formation  on Non-Homogeneous  Classes of  Objects%1,  15 pages,
     August 1973.

STAN-CS-73-388   (CSL-TR-74,    PB226044/AS),   R.     C.    Swanson,
     %2Interconnections for Parallel Memories to Unscramble P-Ordered
     Vectors%1, 52 pages, August 1973.

STAN-CS-73-389 (AIM-216, AD771299), L. Masinter, N. S.  Sridharan, J.
     Lederberg  and  D.   H.  Smith,  %2Applications   of  Artificial
     Intelligence for Chemical Inference XII:   Exhaustive Generation
     of Cyclic and Acyclic Isomers%1, 60 pages, September 1973.

STAN-CS-73-390 (not  at NTIS), James  Gips, %2A Construction  for the
     Inverse of a Turing Machine%1, 8 pages, Septermber 1973.

STAN-CS-73-391  (AIM-217,  AD770610),  N.   S.   Sridharan,  %2Search
     Strategies  for the  Task  of Organic  Chemical  Synthesis%1, 32
     pages, September 1973.

STAN-CS-73-392, Donald E. Knuth, %2Sorting and Searching - Errata and
     Addenda%1, 31 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-393  (AIM-218,   AD772063/4WC),  Jean   Etienne  Vuillemin
     (Thesis), %2Proof Techniques for Recursive Programs%1, 97 pages,
     October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-394  (AIM-219, AD769674),  C.  A.   R.   Hoare, %2Parallel
     Programming: An Axiomatic Approach%1, 33 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-395, Staff, %2Bibliography of Computer  Science Reports%1,
     48 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-396 (AIM-220, AD772064),  Robert Bolles and  Richard Paul,
     %2The  Use  of  Sensory  Feedback  in  a  Programmable  Assembly
     System%1, 24 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-397  (SU326   P30-28A),  Peter   Henrici,  %2Computational
     Complex Analysis%1, 14 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-398  (AIM-199,  AD771300),  Bruce  G.   Baumgart,  %2Image
     Contouring and Comparing%1, 52 pages, October 1973.

STAN-CS-73-399  (SU326 P30-29),  C. C.   Paige and  M.   A. Saunders,
     %2Solution of  Spase Indefinite Systems  of Equations  and Least
     Squares Problems%1, 47 pages, October 1973.

                      %3REPORTS 400 THRU 499%1

STAN-CS-73-400 (AIM-223, AD772509), C. A. R. Hoare,  %2Recursive Data
     Structures%1, 32 pages, November 1973.

STAN-CS-73-401  (PB226691/AS),  C.  A.   R.   Hoare,  %2Monitors:  An
     Operating System Structuring Concept%1, 25 pages, November 1973.

STAN-CS-73-402  (PB229616/AS),  J.  G.  Herriot  and  C.  H. Reinsch,
     %2ALGOL  60  Precedures  for  the  Calculation  of Interpolating
     Natural Quintic Spline Functions%1, 40 pages, November 1973.

STAN-CS-73-403  (AIM-224, AD773391),  C.  A.   R.  Hoare,  %2Hints on
     Programming Language Design%1, 29 pages, December 1973.

STAN-CS-74-404  (AD775452),  N.    S.   Sridharan,  %2A   Catalog  of
     Quadri/Trivalent Graphs%1, 48 pages, January 1974.

STAN-CS-74-405 (not  at NTIS), R.   Davis and M.   Wright, %2Stanford
     Computer  Science  Department:   Research  Report%1,  38  pages,
     January 1974.

STAN-CS-74-406 (AIM-225, AD775645), W. A. Perkins, %2Memory Model for
     a Robot%1, January 1974.

STAN-CS-74-407 (AIM-226, AD778310),  F.  Wright, %2FAIL  Manual%1, 50
     pages, February 1974.

STAN-CS-74-408  (AIM-227,  AD-A003  483),  Arthur  Thomas  and Thomas
     Binford, %2Information Processing Analysis of Visual Perception:
     a review%1, 40 pages, February 1974.

STAN-CS-74-409 (AIM-228, AD776233), John McCarthy and  Staff, %2Final
     Report:  Ten Years  of Research in Artificial  Intelligence.  An
     Overview%1, February 1974.

STAN-CS-74-410 (CSL-TR-46, PB231926/AS), James L.  Peterson (Thesis),
     %2Modelling of Parallel Systems%1, 241 pages, February 1974.

STAN-CS-74-411 (AIM-229),  D.  B.  Anderson, T.   O.  Binford,  A. J.
     Thomas, R.  W.  Weyhrauch and Y.  A.  Wilks, %2After Leibniz...:
     Discussions  on  Philosophy  and  Artificial  Intelligence%1, 50
     pages, March 1974.

STAN-CS-74-412  (AIM-230, AD786721),  Daniel C.   Swinehart (Thesis),
     %2COPILOT:    A   Multiple  Process   Approach   to  Interactive
     Programming Systems%1, March 1974.

STAN-CS-74-413 (AIM-231, AD-A001  814), James Gips  (Thesis), %2Shape
     Grammars and Their Uses%1, 243 pages, March 1974.

STAN-CS-74-414 (AIM-232, AD780452),  Bruce G. Baumgart,  %2GEOMED:  A
     Geometric Editor%1, April 1974.

STAN-CS-74-415 (PB233065/AS),  Ronald L. Rivest  (Thesis), %2Analysis
     of Associative Retrieval Algorithms%1, 109 pages, April 1974.

STAN-CS-74-416   (PB233507/AS),   Donald   E.    Knuth,  %2Structured
     Programming with %1Go To%1 Statements%1, 100 pages, April 1974.

STAN-CS-74-417 (PB234102/AS),  Richard L.  Sites, %2Some  Thoughts on
     Proving That Programs Terminate Cleanly%1, 68 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-418 (PB233045/AS),  Richard L.  Sites  (Thesis), %2Proving
     That Computer Programs Terminate Cleanly%1, 143 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-419 (AIM-233, AD-A000  086), Charles Rieger  III (Thesis),
     %2Conceptual  Memory:   A   Theory  and  Computer   Program  for
     Processing the Meaning Content of Natural Language Utterances%1,
     393 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-420  (CSL-TR-50, PB232543/AS),  John  Wakerly, %2Partially
     Self-Checking  Circuits  and  Their  Use  in  Performing Logical
     Operations%1, 46 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-421  (CSL-TR-51,  PB232356/AS),  John   Wakerly  (Thesis),
     %2Low-Cost Error Detection Techniques for Small Computers%1, 232
     pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-422 (CSL-TR-79, NASA-TM-62,370), Harold  Stone, %2Parallel
     Tri-Diagonal Equation Solvers%1, 42 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-423   (CSL-TN-41,    PB232860/AS),   Gururaj    S.    Rao,
     %2Asymptotic  Representation  of the  Average  Number  of Active
     Modules in an N-Way Interleaved Memory%1, 16 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-424   (CSL-TR-80,   PB232602/AS),   Maurice   Schlumberger
     (Thesis, chapter 1), %2Logorithmic Communications Networks%1, 38
     pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-425   (CSL-TR-81,   PB232598/AS),   Maurice   Schlumberger
     (Thesis, chapter 2), %2Vulnerability of  deBruijn Communications
     Networks%1, 68 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-426 (CSL-TR-82, PB232597), Maurice  Schlumberger, (Thesis,

     chapter 3),  %2Queueing Equal Length  Messages in  a Logorithmic
     Network%1, 75 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-427 (CSL-TN-36, PB232624/AS), Tomas Lang (Thesis excerpt),
     %2Performing  the Perfect  Schuffle in  an Array  Computer%1, 18
     pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-428 (CSL-TR-76, PB232633/AS), Tomas Lang (Thesis excerpt),
     %2Interconnections Between  Precessors and Memory  Modules Using
     the Schuffle-Exchange Network%1, 32 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-429  (CSL-TR-70, PB232623/AS),  Samuel E.   Orcutt (Thesis
     excerpt), %2Efficient  Data Routing  Schemes for  ILLIAC IV-Type
     Computers%1, 31 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-430  (CSL-TR-71, PB234513/AS),  Samuel E.   Orcutt (Thesis
     excerpt),  %2A  Novel Parallel  Computer  Architecture  and Some
     Applications%1, 44 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-431 (AIM-234, not at  NTIS), Kenneth Mark Colby  and Roger
     C.  Parkison,  %2Pattern Matching Rules  for the  Recognition of
     Natural Language Dialogue Expressions%1, 23 pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-432 (AIM-235, AD-A006  898), Richard Weyhrauch  and Arthur
     Thomas,  %2FOL:  A  Proof  Checker for  First-Order  Logic%1, 60
     pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-433 (AIM-236,  AD784513), Jack R.   Buchanan and  David C.
     Luckham,  %2On  Automating the  Construction  of  Programs%1, 65
     pages, May 1974.

STAN-CS-74-434  (SU326  P30-31),   Axel  Ruhe  and  Per   Ake  Wedin,
     %2Algorithms for  Separable Nonlinear Least  Squares Problems%1,
     50 pages, June 1974.

STAN-CS-74-435  (CSL-TR-88, A001-071),  Thomas G.   Price, %2Balanced
     Computer Systems%1, 56 pages, June 1974.

STAN-CS-74-436  (AIM-237,  AD-A012  477),  Yorick   Wilks,  %2Natural
     Language  Understanding Systems  Within the  A.I. Paradigm  -- A
     Survey and Some Comparisons%1, 25 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-437  (AIM-238, AD-A005  040), C.   K.   Riesbeck (Thesis),
     %2Computational  Understanding:    Analysis  of   Sentences  and
     Context%1, 245 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-438  (AIM-239,   AD786720),  Marsha  Jo   Hanna  (Thesis),

     %2Computer Matching of Areas in Stereo Images%1, 99  pages, July

STAN-CS-74-439 (OR-74-7,  SU326 P30-32), Richard  W. Cottle,  Gene H.
     Golub and R. S.  Sacher, %2On the Solution of  Large, Structured
     Linear Complementarity Problems:  III%1, 87 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-440 (PB237360/AS), James  H. Morris, Jr., Vaughn  R. Pratt
     and Donald E.  Knuth,  %2Fast Pattern Matching in  Strings%1, 32
     pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-441 (AD-A000 284), Donald  E.  Knuth and Ronald  W. Moore,
     %2An Analysis of Alpha-Beta Pruning%1, 64 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-442  (AD-A004  208), Donald  E.   Knuth,  %2Estimating the
     Efficiency of Backtrack Programs%1, 30 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-443   (PB-236   471/AS),   Douglas   K.   Brotz  (Thesis),
     %2Embedding Heuristic  Problem Solving  Methods in  a Mechanical
     Theorem Prover%1, 107 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-444 (AIM-240, AD787035), C. C. Green, R. J.  Waldinger, D.
     R.  Barstow,  R. Elschlager, D.  B. Lenat, B.  P. McCune,  D. E.
     Shaw  and  L.  I.   Steinberg,  %2Progress  Report  on  Program-
     Understanding Systems%1, 50 pages, July 1974.

STAN-CS-74-445 (SLACP-1448), J. H.   Friedman, F.  Baskett and  L. J.
     Shustek, %2A Relatively Efficient Algorithm for  Finding Nearest
     Neighbors%1, 21 pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-446 (AIM-241, AD786723),  L. Aiello and R.   W. Weyhrauch,
     %2LCFsmall:   An Implementation  of LCF%1,  45  pages, September

STAN-CS-74-447 (AIM-221,  AD787631), L. Aiello,  M. Aiello and  R. W.
     Weyhrauch, %2Semantics of  Pascal in LCF%1, 78  pages, September

STAN-CS-74-448 (SU326  P30-33), D. Goldfarb,  %2Matrix Factorizations
     in  Optimization  of  Nonlinear  Functions  Subject   to  Linear
     Constraints%1, 45 pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-449    (CSL-TR-89,   AD785027),    A.    Smith   (Thesis),
     %2Performance  Analysis  of Computer  Systems  Components%1, 323
     pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-450 (CSL-TR-90,  AD787008), F.  Baskett  and A.   J. Smith

     (Thesis, chapter  3), %2Interference in  Multiprocessor Computer
     Systems with Interleaved Memory%1, 45 pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-451 (CSL-TR-91, AD786999),  A. Smith (Thesis,  chapter 5),
     %2A Modified Working  Set Paging Algorithm%1, 40  pages, October

STAN-CS-74-452   (AIM-242,  AD-A000   500),  J.   R.   Low  (Thesis),
     %2Automatic  Coding:  Choice  of Data  Structures%1,  110 pages,
     September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-453 (AD-A000 034),  Donald E. Knuth,  %2Random Matroids%1,
     30 pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-454 (SU326  P30-35), L.   S.  Jennings,  %2A Computational
     Approach to Simultaneous Estimation%1, 15 pages, September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-455  (AD-A000  083),  Robert  E.   Tarjan, %2Edge-Disjoint
     Spanning Trees, Dominators, and Depth-First Search%1,  40 pages,
     September 1974.

STAN-CS-74-456  (AIM-243, AD-A003  815), R.   Finkel, R.   Taylor, R.
     Bolles, R.  Paul and J.  Feldman, %2AL, A Programming System for
     Automation: Preliminary Report%1, 117 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-457 (AIM-244, not at NTIS), K. M. Colby,  %2Ten Criticisms
     of Parry%1, 7 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-458 (AIM-245, AD784816),  J. Buchanan (Thesis),  %2A Study
     in Automatic Programming%1, 146 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-459  (AIM-246,   AD-A000  085),  Terry   Winograd,  %2Five
     Lectures on Artificial Intelligence%1, 95 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-460  (PB238148/AS),  T.  Porter  and  I.   Simon, %2Random
     Insertion into a  Priority Queue Structure%1, 25  pages, October

STAN-CS-74-461  (AIM-247,  AD-A005 041),  N.   M.   Goldman (Thesis),
     %2Computer Generation of Natural Language from a Deep Conceptual
     Base%1, 316 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-462 (AIM-248),  K.  Pingle and  A.  J.  Thomas,  %2A Fast,
     Feature-Driven Stereo Depth Program%1, 15 pages, October 1974.

STAN-CS-74-463  (AIM-249,  AD-A002  261),  Bruce  Baumgart  (Thesis),
     %2Geometric Modeling for Computer Vision%1, 141  pages, November

STAN-CS-74-464  (AIM-250,  AD-A003 488),  Ramakant  Nevatia (Thesis),
     %2Structured   Descriptions  of   Complex  Curved   Objects  for
     Recognition and Visual Memory%1, 125 pages, November 1974.

STAN-CS-74-465 (AIM-251, AD-A001  373), E.  H.   Shortliffe (Thesis),
     %2MYCIN:  A Rule-Based Computer Program for  Advising Physicians
     Regarding Antimicrobial Therapy Selection%1, 409 pages, November

STAN-CS-74-466  (AIM-252,  AD-A002  246),  Lester  Earnest  (editor),
     %2Recent   Research   in   Artificial   Intelligence,  Heuristic
     Programming, and Network Protocols%1, 79 pages, November 1974.

STAN-CS-74-467 (AIM-222, AD-A007  562), M.  Aiello and  R. Weyhrauch,
     %2Checking  Proofs  in  the  Meta-Mathematics  of   First  Order
     Logic%1, 55 pages, November 1974.

STAN-CS-74-468 (AD-A003 832), S. Krogdahl, %2A Combinatorial Base for
     Some  Optimal  Matroid  Intersection  Algorithms%1,   25  pages,
     November 1974.

STAN-CS-74-469, H. Brown, %2Molecular Structure Elucidation III%1, 38
     pages, December 1974.

STAN-CS-74-470,  L. Trabb  Prado, %2Stable  Sorting and  Merging with
     Optimal Time and Space Bounds%1, 75 pages, December 1974.

STAN-CS-74-471 (AIM-253, AD-A003 487), B. Faught, K. M. Colby  and R.
     C.   Parkison,  %2The Interaction  of  Inferences,  Affects, and
     Intentions in a Model of Paranoia%1, 38 pages, December 1974.

STAN-CS-74-472 (AIM-254, AD-A005 407), L. H. Quam and M.   J. Hannah,
     %2Stanford  Automatic   Photogrammetry  Research%1,   15  pages,
     December 1974.

STAN-CS-74-473 (AIM-255, AD-A005 412), N. Suzuki, %2Automatic Program
     Verification II:   Verifying Programs  by Algebraic  and Logical
     Reduction%1, 28 pages, December 1974.

STAN-CS-74-474 (AIM-256,  AD-A007 563),  F.  W. von  Henke and  D. C.
     Luckham,  %2A Methodology  for Verifying  Programs%1,  45 pages,
     December 1974.

STAN-CS-75-475 (AIM-257, AD-A005 413), M. C. Newey (Thesis), %2Formal
     Semantics of  LISP with  Applications to  Program Correctness%1,
     184 pages, January 1975.

STAN-CS-75-476  (AIM-258,  AD-A006  294),  Cordell  Green  and  David
     Barstow, %2A Hypothetical  Dialogue Exhibiting a  Knowledge Base
     for a Program-Understanding System%1, 45 pages, January 1975.

STAN-CS-75-477 (not at NTIS),  V. Chvatal and D.   Sankoff, %2Longest
     Common Subsequences of Two Random Sequences%1, 18 pages, January

STAN-CS-75-478  (SU326  P30-36), G.  H.  Golub and  J.  H. Wilkinson,
     %2Ill-Conditioned Eigensystems and the Computation of the Jordan
     Canonical Form%1, 66 pages, February 1975.

STAN-CS-75-479 (SU326 P30-38), F. Chatelin and J.  Lemordant, %2Error
     Bounds in the  Approximation of Eigenvalues of  Differential and
     Integral Operators%1, 24 pages, February 1975.

STAN-CS-75-480 (A008804),  Donald E.   Knuth, %2Notes  on Generalized
     Dedekind Sums%1, 45 pages, February 1975.

STAN-CS-75-481 (SU326  P30-39), J.  Oliger, %2Difference  Methods for
     the Initial-Boundary  Value Problem for  Hyperbolic Equations%1,
     31 pages, February 1975.

STAN-CS-75-482  (SLACP-1549, not  at NTIS),  J. A.   Friedman,  J. L.
     Bentley  and  R.  A. Finkel,  %2An  Algorithm  for  Finding Best
     Matches in Logarithmic Time%1, 31 pages, March 1975.

STAN-CS-75-483 (AD-A011 835), P. Erdos and R. L. Graham, %2On Packing
     Squares with Equal Squares%1, 8 pages, March 1975.

STAN-CS-75-484 (AD-A011 832), R.  L.  Graham and E.   Szemeredi, %2On
     Subgraph Number Independence in Trees%1, 18 pages, March 1975.

STAN-CS-75-485  (AD-A011  834),  P.  Erdos  and  E.   Szemeredi, %2On
     Multiplicative  Representations of  Integers%1, 18  pages, March

STAN-CS-75-486  (SU326  P30-37),  A.   Bjorck  and  G.    H.   Golub,
     %2Eigenproblems for  Matrices Associated with  Periodic Boundary
     Conditions%1, 19 pages, March 1975.

STAN-CS-75-487 (SLACP-1573),  J.  H.   Friedman, %2A  Variable Metric
     Decision  Rule  for Non-Parametric  Classification%1,  34 pages,
     April 1975.

STAN-CS-75-488 (AD-A011 445), B. Bollobas, P. Erdos and E. Szemeredi,
     %2On Complete Subgraphs of r-Chromatic Graphs%1, 16 pages, April

STAN-CS-75-489 (AD-A011 833), E.  Szemeredi, %2Regular  Partitions of
     Graphs%1, 8 pages, April 1975.

STAN-CS-75-490  (AD-A014   429),  R.   William   Gosper,  %2Numerical
     Experiments with the Spectral Test%1, 31 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-491, G. D.   Knott (Thesis), %2Deletion in  Binary Storage
     Trees%1, 93 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-492, R.  Sedgewick (Thesis), %2Quicksort%1, 352 pages, May

STAN-CS-75-493 (PB244421/AS), R. Kurki-Suonio,  %2Describing Automata
     in  Terms   of  Languages   Associated  with   Their  Peripheral
     Devices%1, 37 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-494, E. H.  Satterthwaite, Jr. (Thesis), %2Source Language
     Debugging Tools%1, 345 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-495 (AD-A014 424), S. Krogdahl, %2The Dependence Graph for
     Bases in Matroids%1, 29 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-496 (SU326 P30-41), R. Underwood (Thesis),  %2An Iterative
     Block Lanczos Method for the Solution of Large  Sparse Symmetric
     Eigenproblems%1, 133 pages, May 1975.

STAN-CS-75-497  (AD-A016  825),   R.   L.  Graham  and   L.   Lovasz,
     %2Distance Matrices of Trees%1, 48 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-498   (AIM-259,   AD-A017   025),   H.    Samet  (Thesis),
     %2Automatically   Proving   the   Correctness   of  Translations
     Involving Optimized Code%1, 214 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-499  (AIM-260), D.   C.  Smith  (Thesis),  %2PYGMALION:  A
     Creative Programming Environment%1, 193 pages, August 1975.

                      %3REPORTS 500 THRU 599%1

STAN-CS-75-500  (PB246708/AS),  R.   Kurki-Suonio,  %2Towards  Better
     Definitions of Programming Languages%1, 29 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-501  (AIM-261, AD-A016  810), O.   Pettersen, %2Procedural
     Events as Software Interrupts%1, 8 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-502    (AIM-262,     AD-A016    808),     O.    Pettersen,
     %2Synchronization  of Concurrent  Processes%1, 14  pages, August

STAN-CS-75-503 (AIM-263,  AD-A016 807),  O.  Pettersen,  %2The Macro-
     Processing System STAGE2%1, 20 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-504  (AD-A017  370),  P.  Erdos,  R.   L.   Graham  and E.
     Szemeredi, %2On Sparse Graphs with Dense Long Paths%1, 14 pages,
     August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-505 (AD-A017 053), V.  Chvatal, %2Some  Linear Programming
     Aspects of Combinatorics%1, 30 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-506  (AIM-264,  AD-A017  176),  M.   Gordon, %2Operational
     Reasoning and Denotational Semantics%1, 30 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-507 (AIM-265), M.  Gordon, %2Towards a Semantic  Theory of
     Dynamic Binding%1, 25 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-508, James Eve, %2On Computing the Transitive Closure of a
     Relation%1, 14 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-509  (AD-A017  331),  M.   Overton  and  A.  Proskurowski,
     %2Finding the  Maximal Incidence Matrix  of a Large  Graph%1, 72
     pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-510 (AD-A017 054), A.  C. Yao and D. E.  Knuth, %2Analysis
     of the Subtractive Algorithm for Greatest Common  Divisors%1, 10
     pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-511  (AD-A017  294),   P.  Dubost  and  J.   M.   Trousse,
     %2Software  Implementation  of  a  New  Method  of Combinatorial
     Hashing%1, 35 pages, August 1975.

STAN-CS-75-512  (PB247895/AS),  Robert E.  Tarjan,  %2Applications of
     Path Compression on Balanced Trees%1, 53 pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-513 (SLACR-186),  J. L Bentley,  %2A Survey  of Techniques

     for Fixed  Radius Near Neighbor  Searching%1, 30  pages, October

STAN-CS-75-514  (PB247561/AS),  N. Tokura,  %2A  Microprogram Control
     Unit Based on a Tree Memory%1, 39 pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-515, R. P.  Brent, %2Fast Multiple-Precision Evaluation of
     Elementary Functions%1, 22 pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-516 (SU326  P30-42), J. Stoer,  %2On the  Relation Between
     Quadratic Termination and Convergence Properties of Minimization
     Algorithms%1, 103 pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-517,  V.   Chvatal  and  C.   Thomassen,   %2Distances  in
     Orientations of Graphs%1, 24 pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-518  (AD-A018  461),  V.   Chvatal  and  P.   L.   Hammer,
     %2Aggregation  of  Inequalities  in  Integer  Programming%1,  27
     pages, October 1975.

STAN-CS-75-519 (AIM-266, AD-A019 641),  R. Davis, B. Buchanan  and E.
     Shortliffe,  %2Production  Rules  as  a  Representation   for  a
     Knowledge-  Based  Consultation  Program%1,  37  pages, November

STAN-CS-75-520 (AIM-267,  AD-A019 664),  F.  W.  von Henke,  %2On the
     Representation of  Data Structures in  LCF with  Applications to
     Program Generation%1, 41 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-521 (AIM-268), C.  Thompson, %2Depth Perception  in Stereo
     Computer Vision%1, 16 pages, November.

STAN-CS-75-522 (AIM-269, AD-A019 569),  D. C. Luckham and  N. Suzuki,
     %2Automatic  Program  Verification  IV:   Proof  of  Termination
     Within a Weak Logic of Programs%1, 39 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-523 (AIM-270,  AD-A019 467),  J.  F.  Reiser, %2BAIL  -- A
     Debugger for SAIL%1, 26 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-524 (AIM-271, AD-A019 702),  R.  Davis and J.   King, %2An
     Overview of Production Systems%1, 40 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-525 (AIM-272), S. Ganapathy (Thesis),  %2Reconstruction of
     Secnes  Containing Polyhedra  from Stereo  Pair of  Views%1, 204
     pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-526 (AD-A020 848),  Robert E.  Tarjan, %2Graph  Theory and
     Gaussian Elimination%1, 23 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-527 (CSL-TR-100, not  at NTIS), E. McCluskey,  J. Wakerley
     and  R.  Ogus,  %2Center  for Reliable  Computing%1,  100 pages,
     November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-528  (AD-A020  597),  Robert  E.   Tarjan,  %2Solving Path
     Problems on Directed Graphs%1, 45 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-529  (SLACP-1665),  J.  L. Bentley  and  J.  H.  Friedman,
     %2Fast  Algorithms for  Constructing Minimal  Spanning  Trees in
     Coordinate Spaces%1, 29 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-530  (SU326 P30-40),  M.   Lentini and  V.   Pereyra, %2An
     Adaptive  Finite  Difference  Solver  for  Nonlinear  Two  Point
     Boundary  Problems  with  Mild  Boundary  Layers%1,   42  pages,
     November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-531  (AD-A020  847),  D.  J.   Rose  and  R.   E.  Tarjan,
     %2Algorithmic   Aspects  of   Vertex  Elimination   on  Directed
     Graphs%1, 45 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-75-532,  Pat E.  Jacobs (staff),  %2Bibliography  of Computer
     Science Reports%1, 77 pages, November 1975.

STAN-CS-76-533 (LBL-4604, SU326 P30-44), P. Concus, G. H.   Golub and
     D.  P.  O'Leary,  %2A Generalized Conjugate Gradient  Method for
     the   Numerical  Solution   of  Elliptic   Partial  Differential
     Equations%1, 24 pages, January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-534 (AIM-273), Linda G. Hemphill (Thesis),  %2A Conceptual
     Approach   to  Automatic   Language  Understanding   and  Belief
     Structures:   With  Disambiguation  of the  Word  `For'  %1, 254
     pages, January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-535, P. Concus and G. H. Golub, %2A  Generalized Conjugate
     Gradient   Method   for   Non-Selmmetric   Systems   of   Linear
     Equations%1, 12 pages, January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-536 (AIM-274, AD-A020 942/9WC), David Grossman and Russell
     Taylor,  %2Interactive  Generation  of  Object  Models   with  a
     Manipulator%1, 32 pages, January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-537  (AIM-275,   AD-A020  943/7WC),  Robert   C.   Bolles,
     %2Verification Vision Within a Programmable Assembly System:  An
     Introductory Discussion%1, 82 pages, January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-538 (AD-A024  416), Donald E.  Knuth and L.   Trabb Pardo,
     %2Analysis  of  a Simple  Factorization  Algorithm%1,  43 pages,
     January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-539  (AIM-276,  AD-A021  055/9WC),  Zohar  Manna  and  Adi
     Shamir,  %2A New  Approach  to Recursive  Programs%1,  26 pages,
     January 1976.

STAN-CS-76-540 (AD-A021 587), R. L. Graham, A. C. Yao and F.  F. Yao,
     %2Addition Chains with  Multiplicative Cost%1, 7  pages, January

STAN-CS-76-541, Donald E.  Knuth, %2Mathematics and Computer Science:
     Coping with Finiteness%1, 30 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-542 (AIM-277,  AD-A027 454), Zohar  Manna and  Adi Shamir,
     %2The Theoretical Aspects of the Optimal Fixedpoint%1, 24 pages,
     March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-543, D.  A. Zave, %2Optimal Polyphase Sorting%1, 75 pages,
     March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-544, B.  Mont-Reynaud, %2Removing Trivial Assignments from
     Programs%1, 28 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-545, W.  J. Paul, R.  E. Tarjan and J. R.  Celoni, %2Space
     Bounds for a Game on Graphs%1, 21 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-546 (SLACP-1715), F.  Baskett and L. Sustek,  %2The Design
     of a Low Cost Video Graphics Terminal%1, 25 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-547, Robert E.  Tarjan, %2Iterative Algorithms  for Global
     Flow Analysis%1, 31 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-548,  D.   Prost  O'Leary  (Thesis),   %2Hybrid  Conjugate
     Gradient Algorithms%1, 120 pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-549  (AIM-278, AD-A027  455), David  Luckham  and Norihisa
     Suzuki,  %2Automatic  Program  Verification   V:   Verification-
     Oriented  Proof  Rules  or Arrays,  Records  and  Pointers%1, 48
     pages, March 1976.

STAN-CS-76-550,  R.  E.   jan and  A.  E.   Trojanowski,  %2Finding a
     Maximum Independent Set%1, 22 pages, June 1976.

STAN-CS-76-551 (AD-A032 347), Donald E. Knuth, %2The State of the Art
     of Computer Programming%1, 57 pages, June 1976.

STAN-CS-76-552  (AIM-279),   Norihsa  Suzuki   (Thesis),  %2Automatic
     Verification  of Programs  with Complex  Data  Structures%1, 194
     pages, February 1976.

STAN-CS-76-553 (AD-A032 772), R. E. Tarjan, %2Complexity  of Monotone
     Networks for Computing Conjunctions%1, 21 pages, June 1976.

STAN-CS-76-554, F.  S. Yu (Thesis), %2Modeling the Write  Behavior of
     Computer Programs%1, 185 pages, June 1976.

STAN-CS-76-555 (AIM-280), David D. Grossman, %2Monte Carlo Simulation
     of Tolerancing in  Discrete Parts Manufacturing  and Assembly%1,
     25 pages, May 1976.

STAN-CS-76-556, L.   J.  Guibas (Thesis),  %2The Analysis  of Hashing
     Algorithms%1, 136 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-557 (AD-A032 122),  M. S.  Paterson, %2An  Introduction to
     Boolean Function Complexity%1, 19 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-558  (AIM-281.1,  AD-A042 507),  Zohar  Manna  and Richard
     Waldinger,  %2Is  `sometime'  sometimes  better  than  `always'?
     Intermittent  assertions  in proving  program  correctness%1, 41
     pages, June 1976, revised March 1977.

STAN-CS-76-559 (AD-A032 348), Gene Golub, V. Klema and G. W. Stewart,
     %2Rank Degeneracy and Least Squares Problems%1, 38 pages, August

STAN-CS-76-560  (AIM-282),  Russell Taylor  (Thesis),  %2Synthesis of
     Manipulator Control  Programs from  Task-level Specifications%1,
     229 pages, July 1976.

STAN-CS-76-561, D.   R.  Woods, %2Mathematical  Programming Language:
     User's Guide%1, 139 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-562 (AD-A032  123), Donald E.  Knuth and L.   Trabb Prado,
     %2The Early Development  of Programming Languages%1,  109 pages,
     August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-563, D.   L. Russell  (Thesis), %2State  Restoration Among
     Communicating Processes%1, 173 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-564   (AIM-283,   HPP-76-7),   Randall   Davis   (Thesis),
     %2Applications  of  Meta Level  Knowledge  to  the Construction,
     Maintenance and Use of Large Knowledge Bases%1, 304  pages, July

STAN-CS-76-565 (AD-A032 802),  J. C.  Strikwerda  (Thesis), %2Initial
     Boundary  Value Problems  for Incompletely  Parabolic Systems%1,
     107 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-566,  Margaret  Wright (Thesis),  %2Numerical  Methods for
     Nonlinearly  Constrained  Optimization%1,  262  pages,  November

STAN-CS-76-567 (AIM-284), Rafael Finkel (Thesis),  %2Constructing and
     Debugging Manipulator Programs%1, 171 pages pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-568  (AIM-285, PB-259  130/2WC),  T.  O.   Binford,  D. D.
     Grossman, C. R. Lui, R. C. Bolles, R. A. Finkel, M.  S. Mujtaba,
     M. D.  Roderick, B.  E. Shimano, R. H. Taylor, R. H. Goldman, J.
     P.  Jarvis, V.   D.  Scheinman,  T.  A.   Gafford, %2Exploratory
     Study of Computer Integrated Assembly Systems -  Progress Report
     3%1, 336 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-568-4 (AIM-285.4, PB-259  130/3WC), T.  O. Binford,  C. R.
     Lui, G.  Gini, M. Gini, I. Glaser, T. Ishida, M. S.  Mujtaba, E.
     Nakano, H.  Nabavi, E.  Panofsky, B.  E. Shimano, R. Goldman, V.
     D.  Scheinman,  D.  Schmelling,  T.  A.   Gafford, %2Exploratory
     Study of Computer Integrated Assembly Systems -  Progress Report
     4%1, 255 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-76-569 (PB-261  814/AS), John  G.  Herriot,  %2Calculation of
     interpolating Natural Spline  Functions Using De  Boor's Package
     for Calculating with B-Splines%1, 46 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-570   (AIM-286),   Douglas  Lenat   (Thesis),   %2AM:   An
     Artificial Intelligence Approach to Discovery in  Mathematics as
     Heuristic Search%1, 350 pages, July 1976.

STAN-CS-76-571  (AIM-287),  Michael  Roderick   (Thesis),  %2Discrete
     Control of a Robot Arm%1, 98 pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-572 (AIM-288), Robert  Filman and Richard  Weyhrauch, %2An
     FOL Primer%1, 36 pages, September 1976.

STAN-CS-76-573 (AD-A032 945), Arne Jonassen, %2The  Stationary P-Tree
     Forest%1, 90 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-574 (AIM-289), John Reiser (editor), %2SAIL  Manual%1, 178
     pages, August 1976.

STAN-CS-76-575  (AIM-290,  AD-A042  494),  Nancy  W.   Smith,  %2SAIL
     Tutorial%1, 54 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-576  (AD-A035  350),  Colin  McDiarmid,  %2Determining the
     Chromatic Number of a Graph%1, 61 pages, December 1976.

STAN-CS-76-577 (AIM-291, AO44 713), Bruce Buchanan,  Joshua Lederberg
     and John McCarthy,  %2Three Reviews of J.  Weizenbaum's Computer
     Power and Human Reason%1, 28 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-578  (AD-A035  219),  Joseph  Oliger  and  Arne Sundstrom,
     %2Theoretical  and  Practical Aspects  of  Some Initial-Boundary
     Value Problems in Fluid Dynamics%1, 62 pages, December 1976.

STAN-CS-76-579 (SLACP-1826), Forest Basket and Abbas Rafii,  %2The A0
     Inversion Model of Program Paging Behavior%1, 30 pages, December

STAN-CS-76-580  (AIM-292),  Terry  Winograd,  %2Towards  a Procedural
     Understanding of Semantics%1, 30 pages, October 1976.

STAN-CS-76-581  (AIM-293,  AD-A042  508),  Daniel  Bobrow  and  Terry
     Winograd, %2An Overview of KRL%1, 40 pages, November 1976.

STAN-CS-76-582 (AD-A038  863), V.  Chvatal, M. R.   Garey, and  D. S.
     Johnson,  %2Two  Results  Concerning  Multicoloring%1,  9 pages,
     December 1976.

STAN-CS-77-583 (AD-A038 864), V. Chvatal, %2Determining the Stability
     Number of a Graph%1, 39 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-584  (AD-A038  865), Donald  E.   Knuth,  %2Deletions That
     Preserve Randomness%1, 32 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-585, P.  Concus, G.  H. Golub and D.  O'Leary, %2Numerical
     Solution of Nonlinear Elliptic Partial Differential Equations by
     a Generalized  Conjugate Gradient  Method%1, 43  pages, February

STAN-CS-77-586 (AIM-294,  AD-A042 516),  Nachum Dershowitz  and Zohar
     Manna,  %2The  Evolution  of Programs:  A  System  for Automatic
     Program Modification%1, 45 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-587 (AD-A038 867),  M.  R.  Garey,  R.  L.  Graham,  D. S.
     Johnson, and D.   E.  Knuth, %2Complexity Results  for Bandwidth
     Minimization%1, 36 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-588 (PB-266 381/AS), Tony Fan C. Chan, %2On  Computing the
     Singular Value Decomposition%1, 57 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-589 (HPP-77-2, AD-A038 866), Robert S. Engelmore and H. P.
     Nii,  %2A  Knowledge-Based  System  for  the  Interpretation  of
     Protein X- Ray Crystallographic Data%1, 36 pages, February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-590  (AD-A038  868),  Donald  E.   Knuth  and  Michael  S.
     Paterson, %2Identities  from Partition Involutions%1,  22 pages,
     February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-591 (AIM-295),  Robert C. Bolles  (Thesis), %2Verification
     Vision  Within  a  Programmable  Assembly  System%1,  245 pages,
     February 1977.

STAN-CS-77-592  (AIM-296),  Robert  Cartwright,  Jr.   (Thesis),  %2A
     Practical  Formal Semantic  Definition and  Verification Systems
     for Typed LISP%1, 158 pages, Fegruary 1977.

STAN-CS-77-593 (HPP-77-1), A. C. Scott, W. J. Clancey, R.  Davis, and
     E.   H.  Shortliffe,  %2Explanation Capabilities  of Production-
     Based Consultation Systems%1, 30 pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-594  (SLAC-200),  Edwin  P.   Stritter   (Thesis),  %2File
     Migration%1, 112 pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-595, John  Gregg Lewis  (Thesis), %2Algorithms  for Sparse
     Matrix Eigenvalue Problems%1, 212 pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-596  (HPP-77-5),  Mark  J. Stefik  and  Nancy  Martin, %2A
     Review  of Knowledge  Based  Problem Solving  as a  Basis  for a
     Genetics Experiment Designing System%1, 97 pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-597  (HPP-77-6), Bruce  G. Buchanan  and Tom  M. Mitchell,
     %2Model-Directed Learning of Production Rules%1, 21 pages, April

STAN-CS-77-598 (AD-A040 486), Arne  T. Jonassen and Donald  E. Knuth,
     %2A Trivial  Algorithm Whose Analysis  Isn't%1, 32  pages, April

STAN-CS-77-599 (AD-A040 441),  Donald E. Knuth and  Arnold Schonhage,
     %2The Expected Linearity of a Simple Equivalence Algorithm%1, 56
     pages, April 1977.

                      %3REPORTS 600 THRU 699%1

STAN-CS-77-600 (AD-A040 538), Mark R. Brown (Thesis),  %2The Analysis
     of a Practical and  Nearly Optimal Priority Queue%1,  102 pages,
     April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-601 (AD-A045 652), John F. Reiser (Thesis),  %2Analysis of
     Additive Random Number Generators%1, 34 pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-602, C.  DeBoor and G.  H. Golub, %2The Numerically Stable
     Reconstruction  of  a  Jacobi Matrix  from  Spectral  Data%1, 21
     pages, April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-603 (AD-A041 292), Robert E. Tarjan,  %2Reference Machines
     Require Non-Linear Time  to Maintain Disjoint Sets%1,  45 pages,
     April 1977.

STAN-CS-77-604 (AD-A040  399), Tony  F.  C.  Chan and  Joseph Oliger,
     %2Control of the Dissipativity of Lax-Wendroff Type  Methods for
     First Order Systems  of Hyperbolic Equations%1, 45  pages, April

STAN-CS-77-605 (HPP-77-14, AD-A042 834), R. G. Smith, T. M. Mitchell,
     R.   A.  Chestek  and  B.  Buchanan,  %2A  Model   for  Learning
     Systems%1, 22 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-606,  Michael   J.  Clancy  and   Donald  E.   Knuth,  %2A
     Programming and Problem-Solving Seminar%1, 104 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-607  (CSL-TR-133),  Susan  Owicki,   %2Specifications  and
     Proofs  for Abstract  Data  Types in  Concurrent  Programs%1, 26
     pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-608,  Istvan   Simon  (Thesis),  %2On   Some  Subrecursive
     Reducibilities%1, 102 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-609  (AD-A043  362), Robert  E.   Tarjan,  %2Complexity of
     Combinatorial Algorithms%1, 97 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-610   (AIM-297),   Terry  Winograd,   %2A   Framework  for
     Understanding Discourse%1, 24 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-611   (AIM-298,   AD-A046  703),   Zohar   Manna,  Richard
     Waldinger, %2The Logic of Computer Programming%1, 90 pages, June

STAN-CS-77-612 (HPP-77-7, AD-A042 756),  H.  Penny Nii and  Edward A.

     Feigenbaum, %2Rule-Based  Understanding of Signals%1,  23 pages,
     June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-613,  E.   Spedicato, %2On  Some  Classes  of Quasi-Newton
     Methods for Systms of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations%1, 31 pages,
     June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-614 (AIM-299), Zohar Manna, Adi Shamir,  %2The Convergence
     of  Functions  to  Fixedpoints  of  Recursive  Definitions%1, 45
     pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-615, R.  Glowinski and  O. Pironneau,  %2Numerical Methods
     for the First Biharmonic  Equation and for the  Two- Dimensional
     Stokes Problem%1, 86 pages, June 1977.

STAN-CS-77-616 (AD-A046  311), Heinz-Otto  Kreiss and  Joseph Oliger,
     %2Stability of the Fourier Method%1, 25 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-617  (AIM-300),   Terry  Winograd,  %2On   some  Contested
     Suppositions  of  Generative  Linguistics  about  the Scientific
     Study of Language%1, 25 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-618  (HPP-77-28,  AD-A045  948),  Nils  J.   Nilsson,  %2A
     Production System for Automatic Deduction%1, 42 pages, September

STAN-CS-77-619 (AD-A046 481), W.  J. Paul and R. E.   Tarjan, %2Time-
     Space Trade-Offs in a Pebble Game%1, 8 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-620, J. Bolstad and J. Oliger, %2Adaptation of the Fourier
     Method to the  Nonperiodic Initial Boundary Value  Problem%1, 80
     pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-621 (HPP-77-25, AD-A046 289), E. A. Feigenbaum,  %2The Art
     of  Artificial  Intelligence:   I. Themes  and  Case  Studies of
     Knowledge Engineering%1, 18 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-622, G. H.  Golub, M.  Heath and G.   Wahba, %2Generalized
     Cross-Validation  as  a   Method  for  Choosing  a   Good  Ridge
     Parameter%1, 25 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-623,  D.  Boley  and G.   H.  Golub,  %2Inverse Eigenvalue
     Problems for Band Matrices%1, 75 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-624  (AIM-301,  AD-A044  231),  Lester  Earnest,  et. al.,
     %2Recent Research  in Computer  Science%1, 118  pages, September

STAN-CS-77-625 (AD-A046  090), Mark R.  Brown and Robert  E.  Tarjan,
     %2A Fast Merging Algorithm%1, 42 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-626, Andrew  C.  Yao, %2On  the Loop  Switching Addressing
     Problem%1, 21 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-627 (AD-A048 786), Richard J. Lipton and Robert E. Tarjan,
     %2A  Separator Theorem  for Planar  Graphs%1, 31  pages, October

STAN-CS-77-628 (AD-A048 787), Richard J. Lipton and Robert E. Tarjan,
     %2Applications  of  a  Planar  Separator  Theorem%1,  34  pages,
     October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-629, Andrew C.  Yao, %2The Complexity of  Pattern Matching
     for a Random String%1, 43 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-630  (AIM-302,  AD-AO49  761),  Zohar  Manna  and  Richard
     Waldinger %2Synthesis:  Dreams => Programs%1, 119 pages, October

STAN-CS-77-631 (AIM-303,  AD-A050 806),  Nachum Dershowitz  and Zohar
     Manna,  %2Inference Rules  for Program  Annotation%1,  46 pages,
     October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-632 (AIM-304, AD-A048 684), Todd Jeffery  Wagner (Thesis),
     %2Hardware Verification%1, 102 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-633  (AIM-305,  AD-A048  660),  William  Faught  (Thesis),
     %2Motivation  and   Intensionality  in  a   Computer  Simulation
     Model%1, 104 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-634,  W. Hoffmann  and  B. N.  Parlett, %2A  New  Proof of
     Global Convergence for the Tridiagonal QL Algorithm%1, 18 pages,
     October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-635, G. H.  Golub, F. T. Luk and M. L. Overton,  %2A Block
     Lanczos Method to Computer the Singular Value  and Corresponding
     Singular Vectrs of a Matrix%1, 80 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-636 (AD-A048 788), Kenneth P.  Bube, %2C↑m  Convergence of
     Trigonometric Interpolants%1, 25 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-637, Lyle Ramshaw, %2On the Gap Structure of  Sequences of
     Points on a Circle%1, 26 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-77-638 (SU326 P30-57), Dianne Prost O'Leary,  %2A Generalized

     Conjugate Gradient  Algorithm for Solving  a Class  of Quadratic
     Programming Problems%1, 49 pages, October 1977.

STAN-CS-77-639  (AIM-306,  AD-A053  175),  Cordell  Green  and  David
     Barstow, %2On Program Synthesis Knowledge%1, 63  pages, November

STAN-CS-77-640  (AIM-307,  AD-A053  176),  Zohar  Manna  and  Richard
     Waldinger,  %2Structured  Programming  Without  Recursion%1,  10
     pages, December 1977.

STAN-CS-77-641  (AIM-308,  AD-A053  184),  David   Barstow  (Thesis),
     %2Automatic  Construction of  Algorithms%1, 220  pages, December

STAN-CS-77-642,  Andrew C.  Yao, %2On  Constructing  Minimum Spanning
     Trees in k-Dimensional Spaces and Related Problems%1,  37 pages,
     November 1977.

STAN-CS-77-643,  Kunio  Tanabe,  %2A  Geometric  Method  in Nonlinear
     Programming%1, 53 pages, December 1977.

STAN-CS-77-644,   Bernard   Mont-Reynaud   (Thesis),   %2Hierarchical
     Properties of Flows and the Determination of Inner  Loops%1, 164
     pages, December 1977.

STAN-CS-77-645, Richard J. Lipton,  Donald J. Rose, and  Robert Endre
     Tarjan,  %2Generalized Nested  Dissection%1, 32  pages, December

STAN-CS-77-646  (AIM-309),   C.  G.  Nelson   and  Derek   C.  Oppen,
     %2Efficient Decision Procedures Based on Congruence Closure%1, 5
     pages, December 1977.

STAN-CS-78-647,  Andrew  C.   Yao,  %2A  Lower  Bound  to  Palindrome
     Recognition  by  Probabilistic  Turing  Machines%1,   20  pages,
     January 1978.

STAN-CS-78-648  (AD-A054  143),  Donald  E.    Knuth,  %2Mathematical
     Typography%1, 68 pages, January 1978.

STAN-CS-78-649  (HPP-78-1),   Bruce  G.    Buchanan  and   Edward  A.
     Feigenbaum,  %2DENDRAL  and  Meta-DENDRAL:   Their  Applications
     Dimension%1, 25 pages, January 1978.

STAN-CS-78-650 (AD-A054  144), Thomas Lengaue  and Robert  E. Tarjan,
     %2A Fast Algorithm for Finding Dominators in a Flow  Graph%1, 40
     pages, February 1978.

STAN-CS-78-651 (AIM-310,  AD-A058 601),  Nachum Dershowitz  and Zohar
     Manna,  %2Proving  Termination  with  Multiset  Orderings%1,  30
     pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-652  (AIM-311),  Greg  Nelson  and  Derek  C.   Oppen, %2A
     Simplifier Based on  Efficient Decision Algorithms%1,  20 pages,
     March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-653,  Yossi  Shiloach,  %2Multi-Terminal  0-1  Flow%1,  18
     pages, January 1978.

STAN-CS-78-654 (PB288520/AS), Yossi Shiloach, %2The Two Paths Problem
     is Polynomial%1, 23 pages, September 1977.

STAN-CS-78-655,  Germund Dahlquist,  %2On Accuracy  and Unconditional
     Stability  of   Linear  Multistep   Methods  for   Second  Order
     Differential Equations%1, 8 pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-656,  Michael   T.   Heath,  %2Numerical   Algorithms  for
     Nonlinearly Constrained Optimization%1, 142 pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-657  (AIM-312),  John  McCarthy,  Masahiko  Sato,  Takeshi
     Hayashi,  and  Shigeru  Igarashi,  %2On  the  Model   Theory  of
     Knowledge%1, 12 pages, April 1978.

STAN-CS-78-658  (SLAC-205), Leonard  J. Shustek  (Thesis), %2Analysis
     and Performance of Computer Instruction Sets%1, 177 pages, March

STAN-CS-78-659 (SLAC-206),  John E.  Zolnowsky (Thesis),  %2Topics in
     Computational Geometry%1, 63 pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-660 (AIM-313), Bruce E. Shimano (Thesis),  %2The Kinematic
     Design and Force Control of Computer  Controlled Manipulators%1,
     135 pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-661 (AD-A060 794), John  R. Gilbert and Robert  E. Tarjan,
     %2Variations of a Pebble Game on Graphs%1, 23 pages, April 1978.

STAN-CS-78-662,  Andrew  Chi-Chih   Yao,  %2New  Algorithms   in  Bin
     Packing%1, 50 pages, May 1978.

STAN-CS-78-663 (AD-A060  793), Eric  Grosse, %2Software  Restyling in
     Graphics and Programming Languages%1, 30 pages, May 1978.

STAN-CS-78-664, Peter Bjorstad and Jorge Nocedal, %2Analysis of a New
     Algorithm  for  One-Dimensional  Minimization%1,  18  pages, May

STAN-CS-78-665 (CSL-TR-152), T. M. McWilliams and L. C. Widdoes, Jr.,
     %2SCALD:   Structured Computer-Aided  Logic Design%1,  39 pages,
     March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-666 (CSL-TR-153), T. M. McWilliams and L. C. Widdoes, Jr.,
     %2The SCALD Physical Design Subsystem%1, 28 pages, March 1978.

STAN-CS-78-667  (HPP-78-7, AD-A060  795), Reid  G. Smith  and Randall
     Davis,   %2Distributed  Problem   Solving:   The   Contract  Net
     Approach%1, 27 pages, June 1978.

STAN-CS-78-668 (HPP-78-10),  Alain Bonnet, %2BAOBAB,  A Parser  for a
     Rule-Based  System Using  a Semantic  Grammar%1, 41  pages, June

STAN-CS-78-669,  avail[bibStockmeyer and  F.  Frances  Yao,  %2On the
     Optimality of Linear Merge%1, 11 pages, June 1978.

STAN-CS-78-670, Ronald L. Graham, Andrew C. Yao, and F.  Frances Yao,
     %2Information  Bounds   are  Weak   in  the   Shortest  Distance
     Problem%1, 39 pages, June 1978.

STAN-CS-78-671  (AIM-316),   Jerrold  Ginsparg   (Thesis),  %2Natural
     Language Processing  in an  Automatic Programming  Domain%1, 172
     pages, June 1978.

STAN-CS-78-672, Tony F.  C. Chan (Thesis), %2Comparison  of Numerical
     Methods for Initial Value Problems%1, 195 pages, June 1978.

STAN-CS-78-673 (SU36 P30-59), Tony F. Chan, William M. Coughran, Jr.,
     Eric H.  Grosse and Michael T. Heath, %2A Numerical  Library and
     its Support%1, 22 pages, July 1978.

STAN-CS-78-674 (SU326  P30-60), Tony F.   Chan and  Roland Glowinski,
     %2Finite Element Appoximation and Iterative Solution of  a Class
     of Mildly  Non-Linear Elliptic  Equations%1, 76  pages, November

STAN-CS-78-675  (AIM-317),  Donald  E. Knuth,  %2Tau  Epsilon  Chi, a
     system for technical text%1, 200 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-676 (SLACR-213), John Phineas Banning (Thesis), %2A Method
     for  Determining  the  Side Effects  of  Procedure  Calls%1, 283
     pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-677, Frank M. Liang (editor), %2Comprehensive Examinations
     in Computer Science, 1972-1978%1, 238 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-678   (AIM-314),  Derek   C.   Oppen,   %2Reasoning  About
     Recursively Defined Data Structures%1, 15 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-679, Walter Murray  and Michael L.   Overton, %2Steplength
     Algorithms   for   Minimizing  a   Class   of  Nondifferentiable
     Functions%1, 57 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-680,  Connie   J.  Stanley  (editor),   %2Bibliography  of
     Stanford  Computer  Science  Reports,  1963-1978%1,  100  pages,
     November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-681  (AD-A065  283),  Louis  Trabb  Pardo  (Thesis), %2Set
     Representation and Set Intersection%1, 85 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-682  (AD-A065  265),  Jacobo  Valdes  (Thesis),  %2Parsing
     Flowcharts  and  Series-Parallel Graphs%1,  233  pages, December

STAN-CS-78-683 (AD-A065 284), Robert Endre Tarjan, %2Storing a Sparse
     Table%1, 23 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-684 (SU326 P30-63), D.  L.  Boley and G. H.   Golub, %2The
     Matrix   Inverse   Eigenvalue   Problem   for   Periodic  Jacobi
     Matrices%1, 18 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-685  (AD-A065  285),  Franklin  Tai-cheung  Luk  (Thesis),
     %2Sparse and Parallel Matrix Computations%1, 168 pages, December

STAN-CS-78-686, Richard J. Lipton, Arnold L. Rosenberg and  Andrew C.
     Yao,  %2External  Hashing   Schemes  for  Collections   of  Data
     Structures%1, 33 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-687   (AIM-315,    AD-A065   698),    Richard   Weyhrauch,
     %2Prolegomena  to  a  Theory of  Formal  Reasoning%1,  41 pages,
     December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-688 (AIM-318), Zohar Manna, %2Six Lectures on the Logic of
     Computer Programming%1, 54 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-689 (AIM-319), Charles G. Nelson, %2An n∩[log n] Algorithm
     for    the   Two-Variable-Per-Constraint    Linear   Programming
     Satisfiability Problem%1, 20 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-690  (AIM-320,  AD-A065  558),  Zohar  Manna  and  Richard
     Waldinger,  %2A Deductive  Approach to  Program  Synthesis%1, 30
     pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-78-691  (AD-A066  058),  Kenneth  P.   Bube  (Thesis),  %2The
     Construction  of  Initial  Data  for  Hyperbolic   Systems  from
     Nonstandard Data%1, 119 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-692 (HPP-77-39,  AD-A066 147), Bruce  G. Buchanan,  Tom M.
     Mitchell, Reid G. Smith and C. Richard Johnson Jr.,  %2Models of
     Learning Systems%1, 38 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-693 (AD-A066 099), Douglas B. West, %2A Class of Solutions
     to the Gossip Problem%1, 61 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-694,  Jonathan   King  (editor),  %2Computer   Science  at
     Stanford 1977-1978%1, 27 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-695 (AIM-321, AD-A066 562), John McCarthy et al., %2Recent
     Research   in   Artificial  Intelligence   and   Foundations  of
     Programming%1, 94 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-696 (HPP-78-22,  AD-A068 538), Reid  G.  Smith and  Tom M.
     Mitchell,  %2Considerations  for  Microprocessor-Based  Terminal
     Design%1, 14 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-697, Walter Gander, %2On the Linear Least  Squares Problem
     with a Quadratic Constraint%1, 120 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-698, Richard E.  Sweet (Thesis), %2Empirical  Estimates of
     Program Entropy%1, 167 pages, November 1978.

STAN-CS-78-699 (HPP-78-23, AD-A068 539), James Bennett, Lewis Creary,
     Robert Englemore and Robert Melosh, %2SACON:   A Knowledge-Based
     Consultant for Structural Analysis%1, 65 pages, September 1978.

                      %3REPORTS 700 THRU 799%1

STAN-CS-78-700   (HPP-78-28,  AD-A068   230),  Reid   Garfield  Smith
     (Thesis),  %2A Framework  for Problem  Solving in  a Distributed
     Processing Environment%1, 150 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-79-701, Mitch L Model (Thesis), %2Monitoring  System Behavior
     in  a Complex  Computational Environment%1,  189  pages, January

STAN-CS-79-702, Yossi Shiloach, %2An O(n %4*%2  Ilog↑2I) Maximum-Flow
     Algorithm%1, 33 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-703 (AD-A068  228), Bengt Aspval  and Yossi  Shiloach, %2A
     Polynomial  Time  Algorithm   for  Solving  Systems   of  Linear
     Inequalities  With  Two Variables  Per  Inequality%1,  25 pages,
     January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-704  (AD-A068 232),  Roland A.  Sweet, %2A  Survey  of the
     State  of  Software  for  Partial  Differential  Equations%1, 31
     pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-705,   Robert   Lewis  (Scot)   Drysdale,   III  (Thesis),
     %2Generalized  Voronoi Diagrams  and Geometric  Searching%1, 196
     pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-706,  F.  Francis   Yao,  %2Graph  2-Isomorphism   is  NP-
     Complete%1, 12 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-707, Chris  Van Wyk and  Donald E. Knuth,  %2A Programming
     and Problem-Solving Seminar%1, 83 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-708, Andrew C. Yao,  %2An Analysis of a  Memory Allocation
     Scheme for Implementing Stacks%1, 18 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-78-709 (AD-A068  231), Mark  R. Brown  and Robert  E. Tarjan,
     %2Design  and  Analysis  of a  Data  Structure  for Representing
     Sorted Lines%1, 50 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-79-710   (AD-A068   210),   Lloyd    Trefethen,   %2Numerical
     Computation  of  the  Schwarz-Christoffel  Transformation%1,  42
     pages, 1979.

STAN-CS-78-711, Tom Michael Mitchell (Thesis), %2Version  Spaces:  An
     Approach to Concept Learning%1, 216 pages, December 1978.

STAN-CS-79-712  (AD-A068  393),  Donald E.   Knuth,  %2The  Errata of
     Computer Programming%1, 58 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-713, Gene  Golub, Stephen Nash  and Charles Van  Loan, %2A
     Hessenberg-Schur Method for the Problem AX + XB = C%1, 50 pages,
     January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-714  (CSL-TN-160),  Fernando  Castaneda,  Frederick  Chow,
     Peter Nye, Dan Sleator and Gio Wiederhold, %2PCFORT:  A Fortran-
     to- Pcode Translator%1, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-715 (CSL-TN-161), Brent  T. Hailpern and Bruce  L. Hitson,
     %2S-1 Architecture Manual%1, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-716 (AIM-322), Michael Georgeff, %2A Framework for Control
     in Production Systems%1, 35 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-717  (AIM-324),  Robert  Cartwright  and   John  McCarthy,
     %2Recursive Programs as Functions in a First Order  Theory%1, 32
     pages, March 1979.

STAN-CS-79-718 (AIM-323), Shahid Mujtaba and Ron Goldman, %2AL Users'
     Manual%1, 136 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-719, Petter Bjorstad,  Germund Dahlquist and  Eric Grosse,
     %2Extrapolation of  Asymptotic Expansions  by a  Modified Aitken
     %6d%2↑2-Formula%1, 54 pages, February 1979.

STAN-CS-79-720, R.   Glowinski, %2On  Grid Optimization  for Boundary
     Value Problems%1, 22 pages, February 1979.

STAN-CS-79-721, Andrew C. Yao and F. Frances Yao, %2On Fault-Tolerant
     Networks for Sorting%1, 20 pages, February 1979.

STAN-CS-79-722 (AD-A074 077), Gio Wiederhold and Ramez  El-Masri, %2A
     Structural Model for Database Systems%1 57 pages, March 1979.

STAN-CS-79-723 (AD-A074 076), Edward H. Shortliffe, Bruce G. Buchanan
     and Edward  A. Feigenbaum,  %2Knowledge Engineering  for Medical
     Decision Making:  a review  of computer-based  clinical decision
     aids%1, 52 pages, February 1979.

STAN-CS-79-724 (AIM-325),  John McCarthy,  %2First Order  Theories of
     Individual Concepts and Propositions%1, 19 pages, March 1979.

STAN-CS-79-725  (AIM-326,  AD-A071 423),  John  McCarthy, %2Ascribing
     Mental Qualities to Machines%1, 25 pages, March 1979.

STAN-CS-79-726,  Andrew  Chi-Chih  Yao,  %2An  Analysis  of  (h,k,l)-
     Shellsort%1, 55 pages, March 1979.

STAN-CS-79-727  (AIM-327),  Robert  Elliot  Filman   (Thesis),  %2The
     Interaction  of Observation  and Inference%1,  235  pages, March

STAN-CS-79-728,  Yossi Shiloach,  %2Union-Member Algorithms  for Non-
     Disjoint Sets%1, 12 pages, January 1979.

STAN-CS-79-729  (AD-A068  229),  Robert  Endre  Tarjan,  %2A  Unified
     Approach to Path Problems%1, 43 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-730, Frank M. Liang, %2Qualifying Examinations in Computer
     Science, 1965-1978%1, 238 pages.

STAN-CS-79-731 (PVG-11, AD-A071 900), D.C. Luckham, S.M.  German F.W.
     von Henke, R.A. Karp, P.W. Milne, D.C. Oppen, W. Polak, and W.L.
     Scherlis, %2Stanford PASCAL Verifier User Manual%1, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-732,   Donald   R.    Woods,   %2Notes   on   Introductory
     Combinatorics%1, 120 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-733,  Andrew  Chi-Chih  Yao, %2A  Lower  Bound  to Finding
     Convex Hulls%1, 22 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-734 (AD-A074 079), Robert Endre Tarjan,  %2Fast Algorithms
     for Solving Path Problems%1, 49 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-735, J. H. Wilkinson, %2Kronecker's Canonical Form and the
     QZ Algorithm%1, 23 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-736, J. H. Wilkinson, %2Note on the Practical Significance
     of the Drazin Inverse%1, 20 pages, April 1979.

STAN-CS-79-737, Andrew C.  Yao and F.  Frances Yao, %2On the Average-
     case Complexity  of Selecting the  k-th Best%1, 45  pages, April

STAN-CS-79-738 (SU326 P30-65), Randall LeVeque, Germund Dahlquist and
     Dan  Andree,  %2Computations Related  to  G-Stability  of Linear
     Multistep Methods%1, 27 pages, May 1979.

STAN-CS-79-739 (HPP-79-14, AD-A074 075), J. R.   Quinlan, %2Induction
     Over Large Data Bases%1, 19 pages, May 1979.

STAN-CS-79-740  (PVG-12), R.  S. Cartwright  and D.  C.  Oppen, %2The
     Logic of Aliasing%1, 24 pages, May 1979.

STAN-CS-79-741,  Lyle  Harold  Ramshaw  (Thesis),  %2Formalizing  the
     Analysis of Algorithms%1, 123 pages, June 1979.

STAN-CS-79-742 (HPP-79-12, AD-A074 078), Anne Gardner,  %2Handbook of
     Artificial Intelligence:  Search%1, 100 pages, June l979.

STAN-CS-79-743 (AIM-328), Juan Bulnes-Rozas (Thesis), %2GOAL:  A Goal
     Oriented Command Language for Interactive  Proof Construction%1,
     175 pages, June 1979.

STAN-CS-79-744  (CSL-TR-172,   AD-A075  268),   Hector  Garcia-Molina
     (Thesis), %2Performance of Update Algorithms for Replicated Data
     in a Distributed Database%1, 320 pages, June 1979.

STAN-CS-79-745 (AD-A076 264),  Thomas Lengauer (Thesis),  %2Upper and
     Lower  Bounds on  Time-Space Tradeoffs  in a  Pebble  Game%1, 82
     pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-746, Alan  Borning (Thesis),  %2ThingLab --  A Constraint-
     Oriented Simulation Laboratory%1, 109 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-747 (AIM-329,  AD-A076 872),  David E.   Wilkins (Thesis),
     %2Using  Patterns  and  Plans  to  Solve  Problems  and  Control
     Search%1, 264 pages, June 1979.

STAN-CS-79-748 (AD-A075 376), David Y. Y. Yun and Fred  G. Gustavson,
     %2Fast Algorithms for  Solving Toeplitz System of  Equations and
     Finding Rational Interpolants%1, 9 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-749 (HPP-79-17), William  Clancey, James Bennett  and Paul
     Cohen,  %2Applications-Oriented  AI  Research:   Education%1, 60
     pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-750  (AD-A075   171),  Peter   Gacs  and   Laszlo  Lovasz,
     %2Khachian's Algorithm for Linear Programming%1, 12  pages, July

STAN-CS-79-751 (AIM-330),  Zohar Manna and  Amir Pnueli,  %2The Modal
     Logic of Programs%1, 36 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-752,  Michael   Lockhart  Overton   (Thesis),  %2Projected
     Lagrangian   Algorithms  for   Nonlinear  Minimax   and  %Al%2↓1
     Optimization%1, 164 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-753, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, %2Should Tables Be Sorted?%1, 36
     pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-754 (HPP-79-21, AD-A076 873), Anne Gardner, James Davidson
     and  Terry  Winograd,  %2Natural  Language  Understanding%1, 100
     pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-755   (AIM-331),   Elaine   Kant   (Thesis),  %2Efficiency
     Considerations   in   Program   Synthesis:   A   Knowledge-Based
     Approach%1, 160 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-756 (HPP-79-22, AD-A076  875), James S. Bennett,  Bruce G.
     Buchanan,  Paul  R.   Cohen  and  Fritz  Fisher, %2Applications-
     Oriented AI Research: Science and Mathematics%1, 110 pages, July

STAN-CS-79-757 (HPP-79-23, AD-A075 402), Victor B.  Clesielski, James
     S.   Bennett  and  Paul  R.   Cohen,  %2Applications-Oriented AI
     Research: Medicine%1, 40 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-758 (HPP-79-24, AD-A076 874), Robert Elschlager  and Jorge
     Phillips, %2Automatic Programming%1, 100 pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-759 (HPP-79-25),  Alain Bonnet,  %2Schema-Shift Strategies
     for  Understanding Structured  Texts in  Natural  Language%1, 40
     pages, July 1979.

STAN-CS-79-760, R.  L.   Graham, A. C.  Yao  and F.  F.   Yao, %2Some
     Monotonicity Properties of Partial Orders%1, 21 pages, September

STAN-CS-79-761 (AD-A084 021),  Douglas B.  West,  %2Gossiping Without
     Duplicate Transmissions%1, 7 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-762 (AIM-332, AD-A083 229), Donald E. Knuth, %2METAFONT, a
     system for alphabet design%1, 110 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-763 (AD-A076 876),  Douglas B.  West, %2A  Symmetric Chain
     Decomposition of L(4,n)%1, 15 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-764, Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, %2On the Time-Space Tradeoff for
     Sorting with Linear Queries%1, 33 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-765  (AD-A083  192), Peter  Gacs,  %2Relation  Between the
     Complexity  and the  Probability  of Large  Numbers%1,  8 pages,
     September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-766  (SU326  P30-69),  J.  Kautsky  and  N.   K.  Nichols,
     %2Equidistributing   Meshes   with   Constraints%1,   27  pages,
     September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-767,  Charles  Van  Loan,  %2On  Stewart's  Singular Value
     Decomposition for  Partitioned Orthogonal Matrices%1,  17 pages,
     September 1979.

STAN-CS-80-768, Peter Gacs and Leonid A. Levin, %2Causal  Networks on
     What Is a Deterministic Computation?%1, 20 pages, October 1980.

STAN-CS-79-769   (AD-A083  432),   William  John   Clancey  (Thesis),
     %2Transfer  of   Rule-  Based   Expertise  Through   a  Tutorial
     Dialogue%1, 462 pages, September 1979.

STAN-CS-79-770  (PVG-13),  Derek C.  Oppen,  %2Pretty  Printing%1, 20
     pages, October 1979.

STAN-CS-79-771 (HPP-79-29), Peter E. Friedland  (Thesis), %2Knowldge-
     Based  Experiment  Design in  Molecular  Genetics%1,  137 pages,
     August 1979.

STAN-CS-79-772  (AIM-333, AD-A086  504), Brian  P.   McCune (Thesis),
     %2Building   Program   Models   Incrementally    from   Informal
     Descriptions%1, 146 pages, October 1979.

STAN-CS-79-773  (AD-A083  170), Tony  F.   Chan, Gene  H.   Golub and
     Randal J.  LeVeque, %2Updating Formulae and a Pairwise Algorithm
     for Computing Sample Variances%1, 19 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-79-774 (AD-A083 193), Gene  H. Golub and Robert  J. Plemmons,
     %2Large Scale  Geodetic Least  Squares Adjustment  by Dissection
     and Orthogonal Decomposition%1, 33 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-79-775 (AD-A083 288), Persi Diaconis and Ronald Graham, %2The
     Analysis of Sequential Experiments with Feedback  to Subjects%1,
     48 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-79-776  (This paper  supersedes STAN-CS-79-750  by  Lovas and
     Gacs), Bengt Aspvall and Richard E.  Stone, %2Khachiyan's Linear
     Programming Algorithm%1, 13 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-79-777 (AD-A083 176),  R.L.  Graham and N.J.A.   Sloane, %2On
     Constant  Weight  Codes  and  Harmonious  Graphs%1,   17  pages,
     December 1979.

STAN-CS-79-778  (AD-A083 573),  David Elliot  Shaw,  %2A Hierarchical
     Associative   Architecture  for   the  Parallel   Evaluation  of
     Relational  Algebraic Database  Primitives%1, 56  pages, October

STAN-CS-80-779,  Zohar  Manna  and  Richard  Waldinger, %2Problematic
     Features  of Programming  Languages:  A  Situational  - Calculus
     Approach%1, 70 pages.

STAN-CS-80-780 (AD-A086 359), Donald E.  Knuth, %2The Computer Modern
     Family of Typefaces%1, 406 pages, January 1980.

STAN-CS-79-781   (HPP-79-30,   AD-A0789  900),   Jonathan   J.  King,
     %2Exploring  the Use  of Domain  Knowledge for  Query Processing
     Efficiency%1, 21 pages, December 1979.

STAN-CS-79-782, Zohar  Manna and  Amir Pnueli,  %2Synchronous Schemes
     and Their Decision Problems%1, 36 pages.

STAN-CS-79-783  (PVG-14),  Richard  Alan  Karp   (Thesis),  %2Proving
     Concurrent Systems Correct%1, 151 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-80-784 (HPP-80-2),  Mark Jeffrey Stefik  (Thesis), %2Planning
     with Constraints%1, 230 pages, January 1980.

STAN-CS-80-785 (PVG-15), Gerard Huet and Derek C.   ppen, %2Equations
     and Rewrite Rules%1, 52 pages, January 1980.

STAN-CS-80-786 (AD-A089 912), Donald E. Knuth, %2Algorithms in Modern
     Mathematics and Computer Science%1, 25 pages, January 1980.

STAN-CS-80-787,  H.J.  Symm  and  J.H.  Wilkinson,  %2Realistic Error
     Bounds for a Simple Eigenvalue and its Associated Eigenvector%1,
     22 pages, January 1980.

STAN-CS-80-788    (AIM-334,    AD-A086    574),     John    McCarthy,
     %2Circumscription  -  A Form  of  Non-Monotonic  Reasoning%1, 15
     pages, February 1980.

STAN-CS-80-789 (PVG-16,  AD-A086 577),  D. C.  Luckham and  W. Polak,
     %2Ada  Exceptions:   Specification  and  Proof  Techniques%1, 19
     pages, February 1980.

STAN-CS-80-790   (AD-A086  838),   Gio  Wiederhold,   %2Databases  in
     Healthcare%1, 76 pages, March 1980.

STAN-CS-80-791 (CSL TR-166), Clark R. Wilcox, Mary L.  Dageforde, and
     Gregory A. Jirak, %2MAINSAIL Language Manual%1, 247 pages, March

STAN-CS-80-792 (CSL TR-167), Clark R. Wilcox, Mary L.  Dageforde, and
     Gregory  A.  Jirak,  %2MAINSAIL  Implementation  Overview%1,  70
     pages, March 1980.

STAN-CS-80-793  (HPP-80-3,  AD-A089   073),  Avron  Barr   and  James
     Davidson, %2Representation of Knowledge%1, 90 pages, March 1980.

STAN-CS-80-794   (AD-A091   122),  Robert   Endre   Tarjan,  %2Recent
     Developments in the Complexity of Combinatorial Algorithms%1, 28
     pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-795, Donald  E. Knuth, %2The  Letter S%1, 33  pages, April

STAN-CS-80-796 (AIM-335), Arthur  Samuel, %2Essential E%1,  33 pages,
     March 1980.

STAN-CS-80-797 (Princeton TR-267, AD-A089 913),  Hector Garcia-Molina
     and Gio  Wiederhold, %2Read-Only  Transactions in  a Distributed
     Database%1, 25 pages, April 1980.

STAN-CS-80-798,  Robert  W.  Floyd  and  Jeffrey  D.   Ullman,  %2The
     Compilation of  Regular Expressions into  Integrated Circuits%1,
     28 pages, April 1980.

STAN-CS-80-799 (SLAC-PUB-2504), Jerome H. Friedman, Eric  Grosse, and
     Werner    Stuetzle,    %2Multidimensional     Additive    Spline
     Approximation%1, 22 pages, May 1980.

                      %3REPORTS 800 THRU 899%1

STAN-CS-80-800, Donald E. Knuth, %2Deciphering a  Linear Congruential
     Encryption%1, 10 pages, April 1980.

STAN-CS-80-801 (AD-A091 384), Ramez Aziz El-Masri (Thesis),  %2On the
     Design, Use,  and Integration of  Data Models%1, 228  pages, May

STAN-CS-80-802 (PVG-17), Wolfgang  Heinz Polak (Thesis),  %2Theory of
     Compiler Specification and Verification%1, 288 pages, May 1980.

STAN-CS-80-803, Christopher John  Van Wyk (Thesis), %2A  Language for
     Typesetting Graphics%1, 59 pages, May 1980.

STAN-CS-80-804  (AIM-336),  Martin  Brooks   (Thesis),  %2Determining
     Correctness by Testing%1, 135 pages, May 1980.

STAN-CS-80-805 (AIM-339,  AD-A091 081),  Donald B.  Gennery (Thesis),
     %2Modelling the Environment of an Exploring Vehicle by  Means of
     Stereo Vision%1, 151 pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-806,  by  William  M.  Coughran,  Jr.  (Thesis),  %2On the
     Approximate  Solution   of  Hyperbolic   Initial-Boundary  Value
     Problems%1, 177 pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-807  (AD-A091  123),  David  W.  Matula  and  Danny Dolev,
     %2Path-Regular Graphs%1, 39 pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-808  (AIM-337,  AD-A091  183),  John  McCarthy  (Principal
     Investigator),  Thomas  Binford,  David  Luckham,  Zohar  Manna,
     Richard Weyhrauch (Associate Investigators), %2Basic Research in
     Artificial  Intelligence and  Foundations of  Programming%1, (75
     pages, May 1980).

STAN-CS-80-809  (AIM-338),  Morgan  S.  Ohwovoriole   (Thesis),  %2An
     Extention of Screw Theory and its Application to  the Automation
     of Industrial Assemblies%1, 186 pages, April 1980.

STAN-CS-80-810 (AD-A091  124), J. Michael  Steele and Andrew  C. Yao,
     %2Lower Bounds  for algebraic Decision  Trees%1, 12  pages, July

STAN-CS-80-811 (PVG-18, AD-A091 313), Steven M. German, %2An Extended
     Semantic Definition of Pascal for Proving the Absence  of Common
     Runtime Errors%1, 57 pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-812   (HPP-80-14),  Edward   A.   Feigenbaum,  %2Knowledge
     Engineering: The Applied  Side of Artificial  Intelligence%1, 14
     pages, September 1980.

STAN-CS-80-813  (AIM-340),  Hans Peter  Moravec  (Thesis), %2Obstacle
     Avoidance and  Navigation in  the Real World  by a  Seeing Robot
     Rover%1, 174 pages, September 1980.

STAN-CS-80-814 (HPP-80-17, AD-A091  177), Janice S.  Aikins (Thesis),
     %2Prototypes  and Production  Rules: A  Knowledge Representation
     for Computer Consultations%1, 204 pages, August 1980.

STAN-CS-80-815 (HPP-80-16), Edward H. Shortliffe, M.D.,  Ph.D., %2Two
     Papers  on Medical  Computing  -- (1)  Medical  Cybernetics: The
     Chalenges of  Clinical Computing,  (2) Consultation  Systems for
     Physicians: The Role of Artificial Intelligence Techniques%1, 56
     pages, July 1980.

STAN-CS-79-816,  Robert  L.  Blum, M.D.,  %2Automating  the  Study of
     Clinical  Hypotheses  on  a  Time-Oriented  Data  Base:   The RX
     Project%1, 12 pages, November 1979.

STAN-CS-79-817,   Jeffrey  Scott   Vitter  (Thesis),   %2Analysis  of
     Coalesced Hashing%1, 111 pages, August 1980.

STAN-CS-80-818  (AIM-341,   AD-A091  187),  William   Louis  Scherlis
     (Thesis), %2Expression Procedures and Program  Derivation%1, 178
     pages, August 1980.

STAN-CS-80-819   (AD-A091  180),   Christopher  Alan   Goad  (Thesis)
     %2Computational Uses of the Manipulation of Formal Proofs%1, 130
     pages, August 1980.

STAN-CS-80-820 (HPP-80-22), William  van Melle (Thesis),  %2A Domain-
     Independent  System That  Aids in  Constructiong Knowledge-Based
     Consultation Programs%1, 192 pages, June 1980.

STAN-CS-80-821, Doublas B. West and Craig A.  Tovey, %2Semiantichains
     and Unichain Coverings  in Direct Products of  Partial Orders%1,
     20 pages, September 1980.

STAN-CS-80-822,  Bengt Aspvall  (Thesis), %2Efficient  Algorithms for
     certain  Satisfiability  and  Linear  Programming  Problems%1, ?
     pages, September 1980.

STAN-CS-80-823,   David  Elliot   Shaw   (Thesis),  %2Knowledge-Based
     Retrieval on a Relational Database Machine%1, 280  pages, August

STAN-CS-80-824,  Tung  Yun  Mei,  %2LCCD,  A  Language   for  Chinese
     Character Design%1, 63 pages, October 1980.

STAN-CS-80-825, C. P. Schnorr, %2Refined Analysis and Improvements on
     Some Factoring Algorithms%1, 30 pages, November 1980.

STAN-CS-80-826,  Gio  Wiederhold,  Anne  Beetem,  and  Garrett Short,
     %2Database Approach to Communication in VLSI Design%1, 11 pages,
     October 1980.

STAN-CS-80-827, Andrew  Chi-Chih Yao,  %2On the  Parallel Computation
     for the Knapsack Problem%1, 11 pages, November 1980.

STAN-CS-80-828,  Donald E.  Knuth  and Michael  F.  Plass, %2Breaking
     Paragraphs Into Lines%1, 66 pages, November 1980.

STAN-CS-80-829,  Bengt Aspvall  and Frank  Liang, %2The  Dinner Table
     Problem%1, 13 pages, December 1980.

STAN-CS-80-830, David Matula, Yossi Shiloach and Robert Tarjan, %2Two
     Linear-Time Algorithms  for Five-Coloring  a Planar  Graph%1, 23
     pages, December 1980.

STAN-CS-80-831,  Daniel  D.  K.  Sleator  (Thesis),   %2An  O(nmlogn)
     Algorithm for Maximum Network Flow%1, 81 pages, December l980.

STAN-CS-80-832, Danny  Dolev, %2Scheduling  Wide Graphs%1,  43 pages,
     December 1980.

STAN-CS-80-833,  John  Russell  Gilbert  (Thesis),  %2Graph Separator
     Theorems and  Sparse Gaussian Elimination%1, 104 pages, December

STAN-CS-80-834, Petter E. Bjorstad (Thesis), %2Numerical  Solution of
     the Biharmonic Equation%1, 139 pages, December 1980.

STAN-CS-80-835,   Eric  H.   Grosse  (Thesis),   %2Approximation  and
     Optimization  of Electron  Density Maps%1,  118  pages, December

STAN-CS-81-836, Zohar Manna and Amir Pnueli,  %2Temporal Verification
     of  Concurrent  Programs,  Part I:  The  Temporal  Framework for
     Concurrent Programs%1, 70 pages, January 1981.

STAN-CS-81-837, Bruce G. Buchanan, %2Research on Expert Systems%1, 38
     pages, February 1981.

STAN-CS-81-838, Peter Brown, %2Dynamic Program Building%1,  13 pages,
     February 1981.

STAN-CS-81-839, Arthur L. Samuel, %2Short Waits%1, 37 pages, February

STAN-CS-81-840,  Donald   E.  Knuth,  %2Verification   of  Link-Level
     Protocols%1, 6 pages, January 1981.

STAN-CS-81-841, Donald E. Knuth, %2Huffman's Algorithm via Algebra%1,
     6 pages, March 1981.

STAN-CS-81-842,  Michael  R.  Genesereth,  %2The  Role  of  Plans  In
     Intelligent Teaching Systems%1, 19 pages, November 1980.

STAN-CS-81-843, Zohar Manna and Amir Pnueli,  %2Temporal Verification
     of  Concurrent  Programs,  Part  II:  Proving  Invariances%1, 30
     pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-81-844, Zohar Manna and Amir Pnueli,  %2Temporal Verification
     of Concurrent Programs,  Part III:  Proving  Eventualities%1, 35
     pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-81-845, Zohar Manna and Amir Pnueli,  %2Temporal Verification
     of   Concurrent    Programs,   Part   IV:     The   Non-temporal
     Alternative%1, 45 pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-81-846, Danny Dolev, %2The Byzantine Generals Strike Again%1,
     26 pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-81-847, Henry  F. Korth, %2The  Optimal Locking Problem  in a
     Directed Acyclic Graph%1, 6 pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-81-848, Chih-sung Tang, %2On the Problem of Inputting Chinese
     Characters%1, 9 pages, April 1981

STAN-CS-81-849, Tohru Nishigaki, %2Experiments on the  Knee Criterion
     in a Multiprogrammed Computer System%1, 28 pages, March 1981

STAN-CS-80-850, Alfred Z. Spector, %2Performing Remote  Operations on
     a Local Computer Network%1, 23 pages, December 1980

STAN-CS-81-851,    Gio   Wiederhold,    %2Binding    in   Information
     Processing%1, 41 pages, May 1981

STAN-CS-81-852,  Jeffrey  D.  Ullman,  %2A  View  of   Directions  in
     Relational Database Theory%1, 9 pages, May 1981

STAN-CS-81-853, David Maier  and Jeffrey D. Ullman,  %2Connections in
     Acyclic Hypergraphs%1, 10 pages, May 1981

STAN-CS-81-854, D. Dolev and A.  C. Yao, %2On the Security  of Public
     Key Protocols%1, 22 pages, May 1981 STAN-CS-81-855,  Zohar Manna
     & Richard  Waldinger, %2Deductive  Synthesis of  the Unification
     Algorithm%1, 51 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-856, Richard Paul Gabriel, (Thesis) %2An Organization  for
     Programs in Fluid Domains%1, 190 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-857, Jonathan Jay  King, (Thesis) %2Query  Optimization by
     Semantic Reasoning%1, 128 pages, June 1981

STAN-CS-81-858,  V.Ya.  Pan,   %2The  Bit  Operation   Complexity  of
     Approximate Evaluation of  Matrix and Polynomial  Products Using
     Arithmetic%1, 6 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-859, V. Ya.  Pan, %2The Additive and  Logical Complexities
     of Linear and  Bilinear Arithmetic Algorithms%1, 21  pages, June

STAN-CS-81-860,       Daniel       Boley,       %2Computing       the
     Controllability/Observability  Decomposition of  a  Linear Time-
     Invariant Dynamic System, A Numerical Approach%1, 81 pages, June

STAN-CS-81-861, Rodney A. Brooks, (Thesis) %2Symbolic Reasoning Among
     3-D Models and 2-D Images%1, 181 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-862,  V.  Ya.  Pan  %2The  Lower  Bounds  on  the Additive
     Complexity  of  Bilinear  Problems in  Terms  of  Some Algebraic
     Quantities%1, 4 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-863, Donald E. Knuth and Allan A. Miller,  %2A Programming
     and Problem-Solving Seminar%1, 84 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-864,  Jon  Doyle,  %2Three  Short  Essays   on  Decisions,
     Reasons, and Logics%1, 19 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-865, Chih-sung Tang, %2Toward a Unified Logical  Basis for
     Programming Languages%1, 21 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-866, Steven M.  German, %2Verifying the Absence  of Common
     Runtime Errors in Computer Programs%1, 179 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-867, Luckham, Larsen, Stevenson and von Henke, %2ADAM - An
     Ada based Language for Multi-processing%1, 71 pages, June 1981.

STAN-CS-81-868, Donald E.  Knuth, %2The Last Whole  Errate Catalog%1,
     42 pages, July 1981.

STAN-CS-81-869,  Carolyn   E.  Tajnai,  %Stanford   Computer  Science
     Comprehensive Examination%1, 225 pages, July 1981.