PROCEEDINGS OF THE HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES- 1970 (3rd) HELD AT HAWAII UNIVERSITY, HONOLULU, ON JANUARY 14, 15, 16, 1970. PART 1,
HAWAII UNIV HONOLULU INFORMATION SCIENCES PROGRAM
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The document contains the proceedings of the Third International Conference on System Sciences held at the University of Hawaii, January 14-16, 1970. The conference was devoted to State-of the art in multiaccess systems, communication theory, circuit theory, automata theory, filtering, pattern recognition, logic design, system theory, The University of Iowa Themis Project, differential games, systems technology, large scale systems, biocybernetics, the Southern Methodist Themis in optimization and estimation, transportation problems, nonlinear systems, aerospace systems, optimal control, information theory, computer science, algorithm theory, time-shared computers statistical methods, data management, game theory, computer languages, coding theory, process control, time series analysis, stability, decisions in complex systems. Also included is the University of Houston Themis program in information processing systems, and Themis program reviews at Louisiana State University, Washington University, and North Carolina. The proceedings are in two parts. Part two is contained in AD-705 728.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Operations Research