Ph.D. Dissertations - Michael A. Harrison

CrossJam: A Language for Hypermedia Authoring
Brian M. Dennis [1998]

Presentation by Tree Transformation
Vance Maverick [1997]

Interactive Multiple-Representation Editing of Physically-based 3D Animation
Wayne Alfred Christopher [1994]

Proteus: An Adaptable Presentation System for a Software Development and Multimedia Document Environment
Ethan Vincent Munson [1994]

A Multiple-Representation Paradigm for Document Development
Pehong Chen [1988]

Restricted Forms of Alternation
Kimberly N. King [1980]

Syntactic Equivalence of Grammar Classes
Arnaldo V. Moura [1980]

General Context-Free Language Recognition
Walter L. Ruzzo [1978]

Iteration Theorems for the LL(K) Languages
John C. Beatty [1978]

On the Complexity of Grammar and Language Problems
Amiram Yehudai [1977]

Compact Parsers for Deterministic Languages
Matthew M Geller [1975]

Strict Deterministic Languages
Ivan M. Havel [1972]

Bracketed Grammars and Stack Languages
Mario Schkolnick [1969]

Precedence Parsers for Programming Languages
James N. Gray [1969]

Decomposition of Linear Automata
Hervé J. P. Gallaire [1968]

Generalizations of Pushdown Automata
Oscar H. Ibarra [1967]

Time-Varying Linear Sequential Machines
Donald R. Deuel [1967]