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Proposal for an UNCOL

Melvin E. Conway
1958 Communications of the ACM  
I submit the paper for publication and for your comments. Sincerely, Mel PROPOSAL FOR AN UNCOL MELVIN E.  ...  Conway, Case Institute of Technology This discussion contains a proposal for a universal computer-oriented language (UNCOL) to be used as a common path between the problem-oriented language (POL) and the  ... 
doi:10.1145/368924.368928 fatcat:vkhosg3bvrhpziid3dakh6htgi

Page 142 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 4, Issue 3 [page]

1961 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
produce an OmMNITRAN-to-UNcoL generator in 704 ML for the OMnrrRAN-to-UNCcOoL generator written in UNcoL using an Unco.  ...  Techniques An Alternate Form of the “UNCOL Diagram” Harvey Bratman, System Developme SDC is currently engaged in producing a “JoviAL” compiler for each of its computers.  ... 

A alternate form of the "UNCOL diagram"

Harvey Bratman
1961 Communications of the ACM  
produce an OmMNITRAN-to-UNcoL generator in 704 ML for the OMnrrRAN-to-UNCcOoL generator written in UNcoL using an Unco.  ...  Techniques An Alternate Form of the “UNCOL Diagram” Harvey Bratman, System Developme SDC is currently engaged in producing a “JoviAL” compiler for each of its computers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/366199.366249 fatcat:2cbppffwqzby7l2n27hmsecssm

The problem of programming communication with changing machines

J. Strong, J. Wegstein, A. Tritter, J. Olsztyn, O. Mock, T. Steel
1958 Communications of the ACM  
By considering UNCOL II as an ML, it is possible to write a “transition translator” in UNCOL I. 7 “nCcoLT LM T-> Unt, The customer organization using the LARC has an UNCOL I-to-LARC-ML translator available  ...  THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES A PROPOSED SOLUTION—Part 2 APPENDIX C USE OF THE UNCOL SYSTEM The three cases described below illustrate the techniques used: I.  ... 
doi:10.1145/368919.3165711 fatcat:b7pfwce7w5dpjkewx4mxlwzbfi

The problem of programming communication with changing machines: a proposed solution

J. Strong, J. Wegstein, A. Tritter, J. Olsztyn, O. Mock, T. Steel
1958 Communications of the ACM  
That UNCOL provides for growth in this direc. tion is an important extra dividend. “Boot-strapping” is a distinct possibility.  ...  For example, a conventional production run, #872, on an Electrodata 205 is shown as: RESILTS The symbol © means “operating on’.  ... 
doi:10.1145/368892.368915 fatcat:qla7sgy7nfcsdd5mffktqjramu

Page 5 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 1, Issue 10 [page]

1958 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
I submit the paper for publication and for your comments. Sincerely, Mel PROPOSAL FOR AN UNCOL MELVIN E.  ...  , an existing IT-to-650 compiler, for the Univac 1.  ... 

Page 9 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 1, Issue 9 [page]

1958 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
Machine Run #1 is required to produce an OMNITRAN generator in 704 ML from the OMNITRAN generator supplied in UNCOL. 9  ...  THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES A PROPOSED SOLUTION—Part 2 APPENDIX C USE OF THE UNCOL SYSTEM The three cases described below illustrate the techniques used: I.  ... 

Page 66 of Modern Language Quarterly Vol. 14, Issue 1 [page]

1953 Modern Language Quarterly  
Professor Holloway proposes the following dates, all of which are logically tenable, for the composition of this notebook: 1847 (Uncol., I, xlix; “Walt Whitman’s Love Affairs,” Dial, LXIX {Nov., 1920],  ...  For an opinion on the date of composition of this notebook, see also Henry Seidel Canby, Walt Whitman, An American (New SS epean 3 heme eX fe A. -_ 7 =o 8 6 4 6 © wets OO  ... 

Experience with extensible, portable Fortran extensions

A. James Cook
1976 SIGPLAN notices  
We divide the impact into an "initital" impact which we relate to control structure extensions, and a "secondary" impact which we relate to data structure extensions.  ...  A succinct if approximate description of our proposal may be made by analogy to the UNCOL proposal: Cur "Intermediate Level Language" (1~1, replaces UNCOL.  ...  Compilers for the N languages were to produce UNCOL code and the M compilers for the M machines were to translate from UNCOL, thereby reducing to M+N the number of compilers necessary.  ... 
doi:10.1145/987500.987503 fatcat:m2y6u54awjcszox4f5fsqw4urq

Simplifying the interaction of land surfaces with radiation for relating remote sensing products to climate models

B. Pinty, T. Lavergne, R. E. Dickinson, J.-L. Widlowski, N. Gobron, M. M. Verstraete
2006 Journal of Geophysical Research  
We propose a comprehensive approach which introduces a parameterization of the internal variability of the LAI in the 1-D representation of the radiation scheme, called a domain-averaged structure factor  ...  The performance of this formulation is evaluated against results from Monte Carlo simulations relative to explicit realistic 3-D canopies to show that the proposed scheme correctly simulates both the amplitude  ...  For all practical purposes, the generic solutions proposed by, e.g., Meador and Weaver [1980, section 3] in the case of an atmospheric layer overlying a Black Background fulfills our needs.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2005jd005952 fatcat:cw62aw62crbatbbxtuwdgn72oa

A multi-level canopy radiative transfer scheme for ORCHIDEE (SVN r2566), based on a domain-averaged structure factor

Matthew J. McGrath, James Ryder, Bernard Pinty, Juliane Otto, Kim Naudts, Aude Valade, Yiying Chen, James Weedon, Sebastiaan Luyssaert
2016 Geoscientific Model Development Discussions  
The ten-layer case is less precise, but still provides results to within an acceptable range.  ...  This new approach allows for the calculation of radiation transfer in vertically resolved vegetation canopies simulated in global circulation models.  ...  Therefore Pinty et al. (2006) proposed two approximate solutions, as well, noting that the following works fairly well for typical values of the effective LAI: T UnColl veg = exp{−LAI ef f /2} 1 1 +  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-2016-280 fatcat:xls3ut33qzbjjjt5fmcmtoqapi

Synergy between 1-D and 3-D radiation transfer models to retrieve vegetation canopy properties from remote sensing data

B. Pinty, N. Gobron, J.-L. Widlowski, T. Lavergne, M. M. Verstraete
2004 Journal of Geophysical Research  
flexible inversion technique to retrieve vegetation canopy parameters, in particular the Leaf Area Index, from the radiance field emerging at the top of a structurally heterogeneous systems overlying an  ...  Although all individual contributions can be estimated from accurate three-dimensional radiation transfer models, we propose appropriate approximations in order to estimate the minor terms.  ...  This research would not have been possible without the support of the Global Vegetation Monitoring unit of the Institute for Environment and Sustainability at the Joint Research Centre, an institution  ... 
doi:10.1029/2004jd005214 fatcat:6uutthycbjahvaxzhu32vyxzaa

Page 589 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 4, Issue 12 [page]

1961 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
Proposal for an ——; Juncosa, Mario L; and Kalaba, time. 3 (Apr. 1960), 235-236. (Ty [For UNCOL. 1 (Oct. 1958), 5-8. (T) Robert. Some numerical experiments “Comments on... ,’’ see Lieblein, J.]  ...  An alternate form of static storage allocation. 4 (Oct. 1961), >= Barrett, June A.; and Grems, Mandalay. the UNCOL diagram. 4 (Mar. 1961), 142. 460-464. 1e Abbreviating words systematically. 3 (T) Collins  ... 

Page 554 of The Academy and Literature Vol. 12, Issue 293 [page]

1877 The Academy and Literature  
AN UNCOLLATED IRISH MISSAL. St. John’s College, Oxford : December 8, 1877.  ...  Bridget (f. 130 a)—for whom no service is appointed in the Roman, an an entirely different one in the Sarum, Missal— and for St.  ... 

Page 525 of Journal of Accountancy Vol. 1, Issue 6 [page]

1906 Journal of Accountancy  
He referred to that portion of the form requiring the deduction of assets not admitted and made it clear that what the societies propose is that every asset of an Insurance Company shall be admitted at  ...  Income and Ex- penditure account and does not bring in outstandings uncol- lected or disbursements not paid, although appertaining to the 525  ... 
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