Feb 242007

La informática, pese a ser una ciencia moderna, cuenta con un considerable número de documentos que todo profesional debería haber leído. He aquí una lista del ‘top-ten’ de los clásicos que todo informático ha de conocer. No están todos los que son pero sí son todos los que están. Entre estas joyas se encuentran los orígenes de la Inteligencia Artificial, el lambda-cálculo, Unix, Estructuras de Datos y un largo e interesante etcétera.

Desgraciadamente, todos ellos se encuentran en inglés. Pero merecen la pena…

Si deseas ver los textos pulsa en ‘Continuar leyendo’

  • An axiomatic basis for computer programming
    C. A. R. Hoare
  • Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP)
    C. A. R. Hoare
  • Call-by-name, call-by-value, and the lambda calculus
    Gordon Plotkin
  • Towards a theory of type structure
    John C. Reynolds
  • Structured Programming with go to Statements
    Donald E. Knuth
  • Definitional interpreters for higher-order programming languages
    John C. Reynolds
  • An APL Machine 1970
    Philip S. Abrams
  • Henry Baker’s Archive of Research Papers (many classic Lisp papers)
    Henry Baker
  • The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine
    Sergey Brin and Lawrence Page
  • No Silver Bullet: Essence and Accidents of Software Engineering
    Frederic P. Brooks, Jr.
  • A Mathematical Theory of Communication
    Claude Shannon
  • Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems
    Claude Shannon
  • Bayesian Networks without Tears
    Eugene Charniak
  • A Universal Algorithm for Sequential Data Compression
    Jacob Ziv and Abraham Lempel
  • A Relational Model of Data for Large Shared Data Banks 1970
    Edgar F. Codd
  • Let’s Build a Compiler 1988-1995
    Jack Crenshaw
  • Gauging Similarity via N-Grams: Language-Independent Sorting…
    Marc Damashek
  • Worse Is Better
    Richard P. Gabriel
  • Hints on Programming Language Design
    C.A.R. Hoare
  • Why Functional Programming Matters
    John Hughes
  • On the Expressive Power of Programming Languages
    Matthias Felleisen
  • The Design of APL
    Kenneth E. Iverson
  • The Early History Of Smalltalk
    Alan Kay
  • Computer Programming as an Art
    Donald E. Knuth
  • The next 700 programming languages
    Peter J. Landin
  • Recursive Functions of Symbolic Expressions and their Computation by Machine (Part I) 1960
    John McCarthy
  • FORTH – A Language for Interactive Computing
    Charles H.Moore
  • Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years 2001
    Peter Norvig
  • Parenthetically Speaking, a collection of essays from the 1990s
    Kent M. Pitman
  • The Definition and Implementation of a Computer Language based on constraints
    Guy Lewis Steele Jr.
  • Growing a Language
    Guy Lewis Steele Jr.
  • Epigrams on Programming
    Alan J. Perlis
  • The Complexity of Theorem Proving Procedures
    Stephen A. Cook
  • Steps Toward Artificial Intelligence
    Marvin Minsky
  • The Original ‘Lambda Papers’
    Guy Steele and Gerald Sussman
  • A Method for Obtaining Digital Signatures and Public-Key Cryptosystems
    R.L. Rivest, A. Shamir, and L. Adleman
  • The UNIX Time-Sharing System
    Dennis Ritchie and Ken Thompson

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    1. muchas gracias por este texto me sirvio muchisimo

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