# Willett, Michael

## uncg

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Theory of computation and computing machines | 1974 | 39 | At the turn of the century, David Hilbert, a famous mathematician and leader of the formalist school, was convinced of the existence of an algorithm for establishing the consistency or inconsistency of any mathematical system. Kurt GĂ¶del [2] showed i... |

Simulation of a communications system with error correction | 1974 | 39 | Communication theory is concerned with the modeling and analysis of any communications system, a vehicle through which information Is transmitted. There are different types of communication, such as speech, telephone conversations, radio, storage dev... |

Experiments with finite state machines | 1975 | 30 | The purpose of this study is to introduce and illustrate the various types of experiments with finite state machines. A finite state machine is an abstract object composed of a finite number of input, output and state symbols. The behavior of the mac... |

Second order predictor-corrector pairs | 1976 | 59 | The purpose of this study is to introduce multistep methods for approximating the solutions of ordinary differential equations and to study the general convergent, second order, predictor-corrector pair. Given the values of a solution function, eithe... |

Minimum distance bounds for error-correcting codes | 1977 | 37 | Communication is the transmission of information from a source to a receiver (destination). Human speech, telephone conversations, high frequency radios, and space communication links each involve communication. In each case information is passed fro... |

Two-dimensional grid grammars | 1977 | 44 | Everyone has an intuitive understanding of the concept of an algorithm. It is generally agreed that an algorithm, or effective procedure, is a finite set of instructions which meet certain requirements. All instructions must be unambiguous and must n... |