Papers I read

[1] "A new technology for terahertz electronics", Phiar Corporation, 2003

[2] "Barrel Shifters (in FLEX 8000 Devices)", Altera, 1994

[3] "Choosing a DSP processor", Berkeley Design Technology Inc.

[4] "Code, Security, Interface and Include Problems", Klocworks

[5] "IEEE Standard for software reviews", IEEE Std1028-1997

[6] "M-Core ABI Standards Manual", Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

[7] "Memory maps of DSP56652", Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

[8] "Programming Languages - C", ISO/IEC 9899: 1999(E)

[9] "RISC, ARM and M-Core Technologies", Technical Report, Spartan Embedded Technologies, 1997

[10] "Rationale for American National Standard for Information Systems Programming Language - C", 1989

[11] "Reference Manual - M-Core with M210/M210S Specifications"

[12] "The Real Stroustrup Interview", Computer, IEEE, 1998

[13] A. Biliris, S. Dar, N. H. Gehani, "Making C++ Objects persistent: the hidden pointers", "AT&T Bell Labs, John Wiley & Sons", 1993

[14] A. Frank Ackerman et al., "Software inspection: An effective verification process", IEEE Software, 1989

[15] Aaron Falk et al., "Transport Protocols for High Performance", CACM, 2003

[16] Alan J. Perils et al., "Social processes and proof of theorems and programs", CACM, 1979

[17] Alan MacCormack et al., "Trade-offs between Productivity and Quality in selecting software development practices", IEEE Software, 2003

[18] Alastair Dunsmore, Mark Rooper and Murray Wood, "Object oriented Inspection in the face of delocalisation", ICSE, ACM, 2000

[19] Alastair Dunsmore, Mark Rooper and Murray Wood, "Practical code inspection techniques for object oriented system: An experimental Comparison", IEEE Software, 2003

[20] Alastair Dunsmore, Mark Rooper and Murray Wood, "Systematic object oriented inspection - An empirical study", IEEE, 2001

[21] Alastair Dunsmore, Mark Rooper and Murray Wood, "The development and evaluation of three diverse techniques for object oriented code-inspection", ITSE, 2003

[22] Albert B. Schwarzkopf et al., "Effective practices for IT skills staffing", CACM, 2004

[23] Alex Potanin et al., "Scale-free geometry in OO programs", CACM, 2005

[24] Amnon H. Eden and Rick Kazman, "Architecture, Design, Implimentation", IEEE, 2003

[25] Amy S. Bruckman, "Student rresearch and the Internet", CACM, 2005

[26] Ana M. Erosa and Laurie J Henderen, "Taming control flow: A structured approach to eliminating go to Statements", ICCL, May. 1994

[27] Andreas Jedlitschka and Dietmar Pfahl, "Reporting guidelines for controlled experiments in software engineering", IEEE, 2005

[28] Andrei Gorine and Konstantin Knizhnik, "Memory management & Embedded databases", Dr. Dobb's Journal, Dec. 2005

[29] Andrew Koenig and Barbara E. Moo, "Invariants as an intellectual tool", C C++ Users Journal, Feb. 2006

[30] Andrew S. Tanenbaum et al., "Modular system programming in Minix 3", ;login:, Usenix, 2006

[31] Andrew S. Tanenbaum, "Implications of structured programming for machine architecture",

[32] Andrew S. Tanenbaum, "In defence of program testing OR Correctness proof considered harmful", SIGPLAN Noices, 1976

[33] Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Jorrit N. Herder and Herbert Bos, "Can we make operating systems reliable and secure?", "Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam",

[34] Andy Chou et al., "An empirical study of operating system errors", "Computer System Laboratory, Stanford University",

[35] Aravind Krishnaswamy and Rajiv Gupta, """Mixed width instruction-sets", CACM, 2003

[36] Author, Title, Journal, Vol, Issue, "Press, Place", Month. Year, Page

[37] Barbara Kitchenham et al., "Evaluating guidelines for empirical software engineering studies", ISESE, ACM, 2006

[38] Barbara Kitchenham et al., "Preliminary Guidelines for empirical research in software engineering", ITSE, 2002

[39] Barry Boehm and Victor R. Basili, "Software defect reduction, Top 10 list",

[40] Barry Boehm, "A view of 20th and 21st century software engineering", ICSE, ACM, 2006

[41] Benjamin A. Kuperman et al., "Detection and prevention of stack buffer overflow attacks", CACM, 2005

[42] Benjamin B. M. Shao and Julie Smith David, "The impact of outsourcing on IT workers in developed contries", CACM, 2007

[43] Bert J. Dempsey et al., "Who is an open souce software developer?", CACM, 2002

[44] Bill C. Hardgrave and Deborah J. Armstrong, "Software process improvement: It’s a journey not a destination", CACM, 2005

[45] Bipin Prabhakar, "IT skills in a tough job market", CACM, 2005

[46] Bjarne Stroustrup, "An overview of C++", SIGPLAN Noices, 1986

[47] Bjarne Stroustrup, "What is ""object oriented programming""?", 1991

[48] Bjarne Stroustrup, "Why C++ is not just an OOPL", OOPSLA, ACM, 1995

[49] Brian Fitzgerald et al., "Software development method tailoring at Motorola", CACM, 2003

[50] Brian Fitzgerald, "A critical look at open source", Computer, IEEE, 2004

[51] Brian Henderson-sellers, "Method engineering for OO systems development", CACM, 2003

[52] Brian W. Kernighan, "Why Pascal is not my favourite Programming Language", AT&T Bell Lab., 1981,

[53] Bruce Arden et al., "Criticisms of ALGOL 60", CACM,

[54] Bruce Jacob, "Virtual memory systems and TLB structures", "University of Maryland, CRC Press", 2001

[55] Bruce S. N. Cheung and Robert C. Uzgalis, "Ambiguity in context free grammars", CACM, 1995

[56] Bruno De Bus et al., "Post pass compaction techniques", CACM, 2003

[57] C. A. R. Hoare et al., "Laws of Programming", CACM, 1987

[58] C. A. R. Hoare, "An axiomatic basis for computer programming", CACM, 1969

[59] C. A. R. Hoare, "Communicating sequential processes", CACM, 1978

[60] C. A. R. Hoare, "Proof of a program: FIND", CACM, 1971

[61] C. A. R. Hoare, "The emperor's old clothes", CACM, Feb. 1981

[62] C.A.R. Hoare and Niklaus Wirth, "An axiomatic definition of the programming language PASCAL", Acta Informatica, 1973,

[63] Caper Jones, "Variations in software development practice", IEEE Software, Nov.-Dec. 2003

[64] Carina Andersson and Per Runeson, "A replicated quantitative analysis of fault distribution in complex software systems", ITSE, 2007

[65] Carl Ponder and Bill Bush, "Polymorphism considered harmful", SIGSOFT, ACM, 1994

[66] Casey G. Cegielski, "Who values technology cirtifications?", CACM, 2004

[67] Cheng Lie Hu, "Dataless objects considered harmful", CACM, 2005

[68] Chris F. Kemerer, "Reliability of function point measurement, A field experiment", CACM, 1993

[69] Chuck Walrad and Darrel Strom, "The Importance of branching models in SCM", Computer, IEEE, 2002

[70] Claes Wohlin, "Is prior knowledge of a programming language important for software quality", ISESE, 2002

[71] Cleidson R. B. Dosouza et al., "Management of interdependency in collabotarative software development", ISESE, 2003

[72] Cong-cong Xing et al., "On Pseudo Object Oriented Programming considered harmful", CACM, 2003

[73] D. L. Parnas et al., "Concurrent control with Readers and Writers", CACM, 1971

[74] D. Scotts Brandt and L. Uden, "Insight into mental models of novice internet searchers", CACM, 2003

[75] Dag I. K. Sjoberg et al., "Conducting realistic experiments in software engineering", ISESE, 2002

[76] Dan Saks, "Scope regions in C and C++", Embedded Systems Design, Nov. 2007

[77] Dave Dice and Alex Garthwaite, "Mostly lock-free Malloc", ISMM, ACM, 2002

[78] Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, "State Machines", IEEE Software, 2004

[79] David A. Patterson and Carlo H. Sequin, "RISC I : A reduced instruction set VLSI computer", IEEE, 1981

[80] David A. Patterson, "Computer Science education in the 21st century", CACM, 2006

[81] David A. Patterson, "Does ACM support matter to conferences or journals?", CACM, 2005

[82] David A. Patterson, "New directions for CACM", CACM, 2006

[83] David A. Patterson, "Offshoring: Finally facts Vs. folklore",

[84] David A. Patterson, "Rescuing our families, our neighbours and ourselves", CACM, 2005

[85] David A. Patterson, "Restoring the popularity of CS", CACM, 2005

[86] David A. Patterson, "Reviving your favourite CS books", CACM, 2006

[87] David A. Patterson, "Robots in the desert, A research parable for our times", CACM, 2005

[88] David A. Patterson, "Stop whinning about outsourcing",

[89] David A. Patterson, "The health of research conferences and the dearth of big idea papers",

[90] David A. Patterson, "Why join ACM", CACM, 2005

[91] David Arnow, "Teaching programming to liberal arts students: Using loop invariants", SIGSCE, ACM, 1994

[92] David Clark, "Mobile processors begin to grow up", Computer, IEEE, 2002

[93] David E. Avisen and Guy Fitzgerald, "Where now for development methodologies?", CACM, 2003

[94] David E. Douglas et al., "OO Curricula in Academic programs", CACM, 2000

[95] David Evans, "Programming the swarm", University of Virginia, 2000

[96] David Gries and Fred B. Schneider, "A new approach to teaching discrete mathematics",

[97] David Gries and Fred B. Schneider, "A new approach to teaching mathematics", TR 94-1411, Cornell University, 1994

[98] David Gries and Fred B. Schneider, "Equational propositional logic", Cornell University, 1994,

[99] David Gries and Fred B. Schneider, "Programming Methodology: Making a Science out of an Art",

[100] David Gries and Jeff Wadkins, "An introduction to proofs of program correctness for teachers of college level introductory programming courses", TR 90-1102, Cornell University, 1990

[101] David Gries, "A note on the standard strategy for developing loop invariants and loops", Technical Report, 1982

[102] David Gries, "An Excercise in proving parallel programs correct", CACM, 1977

[103] David Gries, "An argument, in limerick form, calculated to change the teaching of logic", ISFM, Jun. 2011

[104] David Gries, "An illustration of current ideas on the derivation of correctness proofs and correct programs", ITSE, Dec. 1976

[105] David Gries, "Are formal methods useful for software development?", IEEE, 1992

[106] David Gries, "Educating the programmer: notation, proofs and the development of programs", Technical Report, Cornell University,

[107] David Gries, "Is sometime ever better than always?", TR 78-343, Cornell University, 1978

[108] David Gries, "Teaching calculation and discrimination: A more effective curriculum", CACM, 1991

[109] David Gries, "What Programmers don’t and should know", TR 87-872, Cornell University, 1987

[110] David Gries, "What have we not learned about teaching programming?", Computer, IEEE, 2006

[111] David Gries, "What should we teach in an introductory programming course?", Cornell University,

[112] David Gries, "Where is programming methodology these days?", SIGCSE Bulletin, 2002

[113] David Harel, "Can programming be liberated, Period?", Computer, IEEE, Jan. 2008

[114] David Janzen and Hossein Saiedien, "Test driven development: Concepts, taxonomy and future directions", Computer, IEEE, 2005

[115] David L. Parnas, "On the criteria to be used in decomposing systems into modules", CACM, 1972

[116] David L. Parnas, "On the design and development of program families", ITSE, 1976

[117] David L. Parnas, "Really rethinking 'Formal Methods'", Computer, IEEE, Jan. 2010

[118] David L. Parnas, "Software engineering programs are not computer science programs", IEEE Software, 1999

[119] David L. Parnas, "The Parnas Papers", "University of Victoria, Canada",

[120] David L. Parnas, "The limits of empirical studies of software engineering", ISESE, 2003

[121] David L. Parnas, "The modular structure of complex systems", ITSE, 1985

[122] David P. Darcy and Chris F. Kemerer, "OO metrics in practice", IEEE Software, Nov.-Dec. 2005

[123] David R. Tribble, "Goto statements considered harmful: A retrospective", 2005

[124] David S. Rosenblum, "A practical approach to programming with assertions", ITSE, 1995

[125] David T. Jones et al., "Implementing Virtual Functions...", "US Patent 5, 297, 284", 1994,

[126] Deborah J. Armstrong, "The quarks of object oriented development", CACM, 2006

[127] Deborah K. Smith et al., "Prepare your mind for learning", CACM, 2005

[128] Dennis de Champeaux, "Software engineering considered harmful", CACM, 2002

[129] Dick Fairley, "Making accurate estimates", IEEE Software, 2002

[130] Donald Anselmo et al., "Measuring productivity in the software inductry", CACM, 2003

[131] Donald E. Knuth and Jack N. Merner, "ALGOL 60 Confidential", CACM,

[132] Donald E. Knuth, "All questions answered", Notices of the AMS,

[133] Donald E. Knuth, "Big Omicron and Big Omega and Big Theta", SIGACT News, Apr. 1976

[134] Donald E. Knuth, "Structured Programming with GOTO statement", Computing Surveys, 1974

[135] Donald E.Knuth, "Computer Programming as an Art", CACM, 1974

[136] Dongsong Zhang et al., "Can e-learning replace classroom learning?", CACM, 2004

[137] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "A constructive approach to the problem of program correctness", BIT, 1986

[138] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Cooperating sequential processes", EWD123,

[139] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Defence of ALGOL 60", CACM,

[140] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Guarded commands, non-determinacy and formal derivation of programs", CACM, 1975

[141] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Hierarchical Ordering of sequential Processes", Acta Informatica, 1, Springer, 1971

[142] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Lecture notes on the structure of programs and proofs", EWD803, 1981

[143] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Notes on Structured Programming", Academic Press,

[144] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "On Structures", EWD928, 1985

[145] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "On substitution, replacement and the notion of a function", EWD949, 1986

[146] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Our Proof Format", EWD999, 1987

[147] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Semantics of straight-line programs", EWD902, 1985

[148] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Solution of a problem in concurrent programming control", CACM, 1965

[149] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "Some meditations on advanced programming",

[150] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The calculus of boolean structures (Part 0)", EWD1001, 1987

[151] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The calculus of boolean structures (Part 1)", EWD1002, 1987

[152] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The everywhere operator once more", EWD1086, 1990

[153] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The humble programmer", CACM, 1972

[154] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The notational conventions I adopted and why", EWD1300, 2000

[155] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "The structure of THE Multiprogramming system", CACM, 1968

[156] Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, "What led to ""Notes on Structured Programming""", EWD1308,

[157] Edwin J. Tan and Wendi B. Heinzelman, "DSP Architectures: Past Present and Future", University of Rochester,

[158] Elaine J. Wuyuker, "Evaluating software complexity measures", ITSE, 1988

[159] Eric C. R. Hehner, "Predicative Programming Part-I", CACM, 1984

[160] Eric C. R. Hehner, "Predicative Programming Part-II", CACM, 1984

[161] Forrest Shull et al., "How prospective based reading can improve requirements inspection", Computer, IEEE, 2000

[162] Forrest Shull et al., "Replicating software engineering experiments: addressing the tacit knowledge problem", ISESE, 2002

[163] Forrest Shull et al., "What we have learned about fighting defects", IEEE Metrics, 2002

[164] Fred B. Schneider and Gregory R. Andrews, "Concepts for concurrent Programming", 1986

[165] Fred Mintzer and Abraham Peled, "A microprocessor for signal processing: The RSP", IBM Jorunal of Research and Development, 1982

[166] G. Anthony Gorry, "As simple as possible but not simpler", CACM, 2005

[167] G. D. Bergland, "A guided tour of program design methodologies", Computer, IEEE, Oct. 1981

[168] G. Ungerboeck et al., "Architecture of a Digital Signal Processor", IBM Jorunal of Research and Development, 1985

[169] Gabriel Dos Reis and Bjarne Stroustrup, "Specifying C++ Concepts",

[170] Gary F. Templeton, "Object oriented programming of integrated circuits", CACM, 2003

[171] George Ledin Jr., "Not teaching viruses and worms is harmful", CACM, 2005

[172] George Marsaglia, "Seeds for random number generators", CACM, 2003

[173] Glen W. Russell, "Experience with inspection in ultra large-scale developements", IEEE Software, 1991

[174] Glenford J. Myers, "An extension to the cyclomatic measure of program complexity", SIGPLAN Noices, IBM Systems Research Institute, 1977

[175] Graham C. Low and D. Ross Jeffery, "Function points in the estimation and evaluation of the software process", ITSE, 1990

[176] Gregor Kiczales et al., "Aspect oriented programming", Xerox Palo Alto Research Center,

[177] Gregory Conti, "Why computer scientists should attend hacker conferences", CACM, 2005

[178] Gregory R. Andrews and Fred B. Schneider, "Concepts and notations for concurrent programming", Computing Surveys, ACM, 1983

[179] Guy Keren, "Unix and C/C++ Run time memory management for programmers",

[180] H. Mossenbock and Niklaus Wirth, "The programming language Oberon-2", ETH Zurich, 1995

[181] H.C. Lauer, "Discussion on Ph.D. thesis proposals in computing science", The Computer Journal, vol.18, no.3,

[182] Haibin Zhu and MengChu Zhou, "Methodology first and Language second: A way to teach OOP", OOPSLA, ACM, 2003

[183] Hal Berghel and David L. Sallach, "A paradigm shift in Computing and IT education", CACM, 2004

[184] Hans Gallis et al., "An initial framework for research on pair programming", ISESE, 2003

[185] Harlan D. Mills and Michale Dyer and Richard C. Linger, "Cleanroom software engineering", IEEE Software, 1987

[186] Harlan D. Mills et al., "Mathematical principles for a first course in SE", ITSE, 1989

[187] Harlan D. Mills, "How to write correct programs and know it", "IBM, Maryland",

[188] Harlan D. Mills, "Structured Programming: Retrospect and Prospect", IEEE Software, 1986

[189] Harlan D. Mills, "The New Math of Computer Programming", CACM, Jan.1975

[190] Horst Zuse, "Properties of object oriented software measures", "TU Berlin, Germany",

[191] Hossein Sadiedian, "An invitation to formal methods", Computer, IEEE, 1996

[192] Howard E. Dow and James S. Murphy, "Detailed product knowledge is not a prerequisite for an effective formal software inspection", ASQC, 1996

[193] Ibrahim Haddad, "Adapting and open source approach", Enterprise Open Source, Motorola Inc., 2006

[194] J. B. Rainsberger, "Personal planning", IEEE Software, 2007

[195] J. Feldman and David Gries, "Translator writing systems", CACM, 1968

[196] Jack G. Ganssle, "Mother knows best", Embedded Systems Design, Aug. 2007

[197] Jack Reevs, "Multiple Inheritance considered useful", C C++ Users Journal, Feb. 2006

[198] Jacques Cohen, "Updating Computer Science education", CACM, 2005

[199] Jae-NamLee et al., "IT outsourcing evolution - past present and future", CACM, 2003

[200] James E. Smith and Ravi Nair, "The architecture of virtual machines", Computer, IEEE, 2005

[201] James H. Anderson, "Lamport on mutual exclusion: 27 years of planting seeds", 20th Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, ACM, 2001

[202] James M. Lucas, "The essential six sigma", Quality Progress,, 2002

[203] Jan Gray, "C++: Under the hood", Microsoft, 1994

[204] Janice Singer and Norman G. Vinson, "Ethical issues in empirical studies of software engineering", ITSE, 2002

[205] Jari Vanhanen and Casper Lassenius, "Effects of pair programming at the development team level: An Experiment", IEEE, 2005

[206] Jean Gareau, "Embedded x86 programming: Protected mode",,

[207] Jeff Carver et al., "Understanding the impact of assumptions on experimental validity", ISESE, 2004

[208] Jeff Scott et al., "Designing the M-Core M3 CPU Architecture", Motorola Inc.,

[209] Jeff Scott, Lea Hwang Lee, John Arends and Bill Moyer, "Designing the low-power m-core architecture", Motorola Inc.,

[210] Jeffrey P. Landry et al., "A common theme for IT degree program", CACM, 2003

[211] Jennifer Eyre et al., "The evolution of DSP processors", Berkeley Design Technology Inc., 2000

[212] Jie Ren and R. N. Taylor, "Automatic and versatile publication ranking for research institutions and scholars", CACM, 2007

[213] Jim Folaron, "The evolution of six sigma", Six Sigma Forum Magazine,, 2003

[214] Jim Waldo, "On System Desegn", OOPSLA, 2006

[215] Jo E. Hannay, Dag I. K. Sjoberg and Tore Dyba, "A systematic review of theory use in software engineering experiments", ITSE, 2007

[216] Jo Ellen Moore and Marry Sue Love, "IT professionals as organizational citizens", CACM, 2005

[217] Jochen Liedtke et al., "The performanve of u-Kernel based systems", SOSP, ACM, 1997

[218] Jochen Liedtke, "On u-Kernel Constructions", SOSP, ACM, 1995

[219] John Benamati et al., "Coping with rapid changes in IT", CACM, 2001

[220] John C. Knight and Nancy G. Leveson, "Software and higher education", CACM, 2006

[221] John C. Knight et al., "Should software engineering be licensed?", CACM, 2002

[222] John Crowcroft, "On the nature of computing", CACM, 2005

[223] John E. Hopcroft, "Computer Science: The Emergence of a discipline", CACM, 1987

[224] John Goodacre and Andrew N. Sloss, "Prallelism and the ARM Instruction Set architecture", Computer, IEEE, 2005

[225] John Hughes, "Why Functional Programming matters", Computer Journal, 1989,

[226] John McCarthy, "A basis for a mathematical theory of computation", Western Joint Computer Conference, May. 1961

[227] John McCarthy, "Towards a mathematical science of computation", Proceedings of IFIP Congress, 1962

[228] John Moses and John Clifford, "Learning how to improve effort estimation in small software development companies", IEEE, 2000,

[229] John R. Mick, "AM2900 Bipolar microprocessor family", AMD,

[230] Jonathan P. Bowen and Michael G. Hinchey, "Seven more myths of formal methods", IEEE Software, Jul. 1995

[231] Jonathan P. Bowen and Michael G. Hinchey, "Ten commandments of formal methods...Ten years later", Computer, IEEE, Jan. 2006

[232] Jorge Rady de Almeida Jr. et al., "Best practices in code inspection for safty critical software", IEEE Software, 2003

[233] Jorrit N. Herder et al., "Construction of a highly dependable operating system",

[234] Jorrit N. Herder et al., "Minix 3: A highly reliable, self-reparing operating system",

[235] Jorrit N. Herder et al., "Recognizing UNIX for reliablity",

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[237] Joseph Blackburn et al., "Concurrent software development", CACM, 2000

[238] Joseph(Yossi) Gill and Peter F. Sweeney, "Space and Time-efficient memory layout for multiple inheritance", OOPSLA, ACM, 1999

[239] K. Culik, "On formal and informal proofs for program correctness", SIGPLAN Noices, 1983

[240] Kari Smolander, "Four metaphores of architecture in software organizations: finding out meaning of architecture in practice", ISESE, 2002

[241] Katherine Malan and Ken Halland, "Examples that can do harm in learning programming", OOPSLA, ACM, 2004

[242] Keith Delvin, "Why universities require computer science students to take Math", CACM, 2003

[243] Keith Mander, "The decline and fall of the American programmer?", CACM, 2001

[244] Kim B. Bruce et al., "Why Math?", CACM, 2003

[245] Krzysztof R. Apt., "One more revolution to make: Free scientific publishing", CACM, 2001

[246] Lauren Weinstein, "Outsourced and out of control", CACM, 2004

[247] Laurie Williams et al., "Building pair programming knowledge through a family of experiments", ISESE, 2003

[248] Lawrence A. West et al., "Immigration and the global IT workforce", CACM, 2001

[249] Leah M. Reeves et al., "Guidelines for multimodal user interface design", CACM, 2004

[250] Len Shustek, "Donald Knuth: A life's work interrupted", CACM, Aug. 2008

[251] Len Shustek, "The 'Art' of being Donald Knuth", CACM, July. 2008

[252] Les Hatton, "Does OO sync with how we think?", IEEE Software, 1998,

[253] Linda Dailey Paulson, "Developers shift to dynamic programming languages", Computer, IEEE, 2007

[254] Linda H. Rosenberg and Larry Hyatt, "Applying and interpreting object oriented metrics", "SATC, NASA",

[255] Linda Wallace and Mark Keil, "Software project risks & their effect on outcomes", CACM, 2004

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[258] Malika Greene, "Adaptive antennas on mobile handsets", 2002

[259] Marcus Ciolkowski et al., "Software reviews: the state of the practice", IEEE Software, Nov.-Dec. 2003

[260] Marcus J. Ranum, "Believing in myths", CACM, 2004

[261] Maria Klawe and Ben Shneiderman, "Crisis and oppertunity in Computer Science", CACM, 2005

[262] Mark Rene and Kathy Walker, "In Other Words", Better Software, Feb. 2004

[263] Mark S. Johnstone and Paul R. Wilson, "The memory fragmentation problem: Solved?", ISMM, ACM, 1998

[264] Marvin Minsky, "Form and content in computer science", CACM, Apr. 1970

[265] Mary Shaw, "What makes good research in software engineering?", Int. J. STTT, Springer Verlag, 2002,

[266] Mary Shaw, "Writing good software engineering research papers(Mini Tutorial)", IEEE, 2003

[267] Mei-Huei Tang et al., "An emperical study on object oriented metrics",

[268] Melvin E. Conway, "Design of a separable transition-diagram compiler", CACM, 1963

[269] Michael A. Cusomano, "Google: What it is and what it is not", CACM, 2005

[270] Michael A. Cusomano, "More lawers than programmers?", CACM, 2004

[271] Michael A. Cusomano, "What road ahead for Microsoft & Windows?", CACM, 2006

[272] Michael A. Cusomano, "What road ahead for Microsoft, the company?", CACM, 2007

[273] Michael A. Cusomano, "Who isliable for bugs and security flaws in software?", CACM, 2004

[274] Michael Cusomano et al., "Software development worldwide: The state of the practice", IEEE Software, Nov.-Dec. 2003

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[276] Michael E. Fagan, "Advances in software Inspections", ITSE, 1986

[277] Michael E. Fagan, "Design and code inspections to reduce errors in program development", IBM Systems Journal, 1999

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[280] Michael M. Swift et al., "Recovering Device Drivers",

[281] Michael M. Swift, Brian N. Bershad and Henry M. Levy, "Improving the reliability of commodity operating systems", SOSP, ACM, 2003

[282] Michael Schrage, "Never go to a client meeting without a prototype", IEEE Software, 2004

[283] Michael Sparling, "Lessons learned through six years of component based development", CACM, 2000

[284] Michelle Cartwright and Martin Shepperd, "An empirical investigation of an object oriented software system", ITSE, 2000

[285] Mikel J. Harry, "The nature of six sigma quality", Motorola University Press,

[286] Mohommedyusuf M. Sagri, "Rated and operating complexity of prgram - An extension to McCabe's theory of complexity measure", SIGPLAN Noices, "ISRO, India",

[287] Moshe Zviran et al., "Does color in email make a difference", CACM, 2006

[288] Narasimhaiah Gorla and Yan Wah Lam, "Who should work with whom?", CACM, 2004

[289] Nicholas G. Carr, "IT doesn't matter", Harvard Business Review, May. 2003

[290] Nicholas G. Carr, "The End of corporate computing", MIT Sloan Management Review, "Spring, 2005"

[291] Nicholas R. Jennings, "An agent based approach for building complex software systems", CACM, 2001

[292] Niklaus Wirth, "A plea for lean Software", Computer, IEEE, 1995

[293] Niklaus Wirth, "Good Ideas through the looking glass", Computer, IEEE, 2006

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[295] Niklaus Wirth, "Program Development by stepwise refinement", CACM, 1971

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