The Harlan D. Mills Collection. Mills, Harlan . Basili, Victor . Gannon, John . and Hamlet, Richard . "Principles of Computer Programming: A Mathematical Approach" (1988).
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Principles of Computer Programming: A Mathematical Approach. Cite this paper as: Mills . Hamlet . eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions. Personalised recommendations. Allyn and Bacon, Boston, (1986). 1989) A First Course in Computer Science: Mathematical Principles for Software Engineering. In: Fairley . Freeman P. (eds) Issues in Software Engineering Education.
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Harlan D. Mills - Principles of computer programming: A mathematical approach (1986). PJ Brown - Software portability, an advanced course (1979). Perlis, Biggerstaff - Software reusability, Vol. I concepts and models (1989). and currently reading, Richard Bornat - Programming from first principles (1987). they are pretty old, yes, and you may think that I'm a little crazy, that's true too (lol), but, I don't know, thay caught my eye ! Best regards, Sebastian. Mills (May 14, 1919 – January 8, 1996) was Professor of Computer Science at the Florida Institute of Technology and founder of Software Engineering Technology, Inc. of Vero Beach, Florida. of Vero Beach, Florida (since acquired by Q-Labs). Since earning his P. in Mathematics at Iowa State University in 1952, Mills led a distinguished career. Mills Principles of Computer Programming: A Mathematical Approach. ISBN 13: 9780205079964. Principles of Computer Programming: A Mathematical Approach.
Principles of Information. has been added to your Cart. Harlan D. Mills (Author), Richard C. Linger (Author), Alan R. Hevner (Author) & 0 more. Structured Programming: Theory and Practice (The Systems programming series). Mills was widely recognized for his . Mills believed that programs were rules for mathematical functions. Mills was widely recognized for his contributions as a mathematician concerned with bringing more rigor into systems and software development. At the time of his death in 1996, he was the Director of the Information Systems Institute in Vero Beach, Florida. He applied incremental development and statistical theory to software testing, which led to the technology of statistical usage testing and quality certification.
We describe a first course of two semesters in computer science that is based on mathematical principles of computer program analysis and design, rather than on apprenticeship programming. The course is modeled on elementary mathematics courses in both content and pedagogy.