William R. Smith

According to our database1, William R. Smith authored at least 13 papers between 1962 and 2018.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of four.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2018
Citizens Communicating Health Information: Urging Others in their Community to Seek Help During a Flood.
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2018

Social Media in Citizen-Led Disaster Response: Rescuer Roles, Coordination Challenges, and Untapped Potential.
Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 2018

2009
Optimality Criteria for Multiphase Chemical Equilibrium.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Optimization, Second Edition, 2009

2006
Effects of Confinement on Chemical Reaction Equilibrium in Nanoporous Materials.
Proceedings of the Computational Science and Its Applications, 2006

2004
Molecular Simulation of Reaction and Adsorption in Nanochemical Devices: Increase of Reaction Conversion by Separation of a Product from the Reaction Mixture.
Proceedings of the Computational Science and Its Applications, 2004

1996
HSC Chemistry for Windows, 2.0.
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences, 1996

1977
The Military Computer Family: a New. Joint-Service Approach to Military Computer Acquisition.
IEEE Computer, 1977

Life cycle cost models for comparing computer family architectures.
Proceedings of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies: 1977 National Computer Conference, 1977

Overview of the military computer family architecture selection.
Proceedings of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies: 1977 National Computer Conference, 1977

1971
SYMBOL: a large experimental system exploring major hardware replacement of software.
Proceedings of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies: AFIPS Conference Proceedings: 1971 Spring Joint Computer Conference, 1971

SYMBOL: a major departure from classic software dominated von Neumann computing systems.
Proceedings of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies: AFIPS Conference Proceedings: 1971 Spring Joint Computer Conference, 1971

The hardware-implemented high-level machine language for SYMBOL.
Proceedings of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies: AFIPS Conference Proceedings: 1971 Spring Joint Computer Conference, 1971

1962
A New Approach to Resistor-Transistor-Tunnel-Diode Nanosecond Logic.
IRE Trans. Electronic Computers, 1962


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