1996 Rochester Forth Conference
The Rochester Forth Conference on Open Systems
was hosted by Institute for Applied Forth Research, Inc. and the Southern
Ontario Chapter of the Forth Interest Group, at Ryerson Polytechnic University
in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 19-22, 1996.
The conference was orginised by the Institute for
Applied Forth Research, Inc, in conjunction with the Southern
Ontario Chapter of the Forth Interest Group and the Department of Computer
Science and Systems, McMaster university.
JWK International Corporation
New Micros, Inc.
Ross Technology, Inc
In Cooperation with:
Miller Microcomputer Services, Inc.
- Presented Papers
- Starting Kiln 4 with Forth Inc's EXPRESS, by Allen Anway
- Open Systems - Theory and Reality, by Steve Benson
- Using Forth as a Scripting Language, by Everett F. Carter, Jr.
- The Android Goes Forth Openly and Objectively, by Paul Frenger M.D.
- The GENETIX Sofware Genomes, by Bernard A. Hodson
- The Europay Open Terminal Architecture: A Forth-based Token System for Payment Terminals, by Peter Johannes, Elizabeth D. Rather and Stephen Pelc
- Microcontroller Forth: A Windows-Based Development Environment, by Viacheslav Kirilin, Andrey Kloubovitch and Dmitri Preobrazhensky
- Microcontroller Forth: An Approach to Hardware Programming, by Oleg Klementiev and Dmitri Preobrazhensky
- The Evolution of development Tools for the Forth Language, by Randy Leberknight
- Booting Martian Software, by Benjamin Lee
- Proposed ANS-Forth C-Interface Word Set, by Marty McGowan
- The Evolution of SENDIT into EPIC, by Stephen Pelc
- The Europay Open Terminal Architecutre: A Forth-based Token System for Payment Terminals, by E. D. Rather, Peter Johannes and Stephen Pelc
- A Small 32-bit RISC Core, by John Rible
- Martian Memory Management, by Ray St-Laurent and Benjamin Lee
- Standard Tools that are Standard Code themselves, by J. E. Thomas
- Laws of Computing, Version 2.0, by C. H. Ting
- Traffic Controller and Zen of State Machines, by C. H. Ting
- The Sensor Driven Airborner Replanner Simulation: Building the World in a Box, by Richard C. Wagner
- Highlighting a Scheme for Threaded-Code Optimizing, by Ewald Pfau
- A Concept for Medium Sized Relational Database Programming, by Ewald Pfau
- A System for Distributed Inferencing, by Bradford J. Rodriguez and W. F. S. Poehlman