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This book can be used for advanced (science, engineering) A textbook for computer science (or engineering) majors in colleges and universities, or as a reference book for teachers, graduate students, senior students, or software engineering technicians.
About the author
Chen Huowang (1936 02.05-2008 02.02) Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, professor and doctoral supervisor of the School of Computer of National University of Defense Technology, he was treated for illness on February 2, 2008 Invalid, passed away in Changsha at the age of 72.
Chen Huowang is a native of Anxi County, Fujian Province. He graduated from the Department of Mathematics of Fudan University in Shanghai in 1956. He joined the Communist Party of China in the same year and stayed on as an assistant teacher. He once studied at Peking University majoring in mathematical logic and the National Institute of Physics in the United Kingdom. In 1970, he was transferred to Changsha Institute of Technology (later renamed National University of Defense Technology) and served as associate professor, deputy dean, professor, doctoral tutor, and deputy dean of the Graduate School of Computer Science (Electronics). He was awarded the rank of major general in 1990. In 1997, he was elected as an academician of the Department of Information and Electronic Engineering of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Director of the Academic Committee of the State Key Laboratory of Software Engineering of Wuhan University, member of the Computer Discipline Appraisal Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, Director of the Computer Teaching Steering Committee of National Engineering Colleges, Member of the First Expert Committee of the National "863 Program" Information Field, China Software Industry Vice Chairman of the Association. In 1991, he was awarded the title of National Young and Middle-aged Expert with Outstanding Contributions. In the same year, he won the first prize of Guanghua Science Foundation. He has long been engaged in the teaching and research of computer software and artificial intelligence. Established the theory of feasible operations and feasible continuous functionals in a limited function space; presided over the design and implementation of the first symbolic assembly language and macro instruction generator in China; presided over the design of the first FORTRAN compiler in China, won the national award in 1978 Science Conference Award; Participated in leading the development of China’s first supercomputer Galaxy I, responsible for the overall design of the software system, and won the special national defense science and technology achievement award; presided over the development of the country’s earliest object-oriented integrated software development environment GWOSE, and won the National Defense Science and Industry The first prize for scientific and technological progress of the Commission; led the research on natural language processing, successfully developed the English-Chinese machine compilation system MATRIX, and won the second prize of national excellent software; the non-monotonic reasoning system developed in the field of artificial intelligence was awarded the scientific and technological progress of the Commission of Science and Technology for National Defense in 1993 First prize. Author of more than 60 papers and research reports such as "Enable Continuous Functionals" and "Vectorization of Serial Operations"; the editor-in-chief includes "Mathematical Logic and Cybernetics", "Principles of Programming Language Compiler", "Basics of Programming Methodology" 》Etc.
Academician Chen Huowang has made contributions to the establishment and development of computer software and theoretical disciplines in my country, as well as to the training of talents and scientific research for the country, the military and schools.