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(born 1949), American-Polish author Barry Boehm
(born 1935), American software engineer Christopher Boehm
(b. 1931) American...
- was first described
by Barry Boehm
in his 1986 paper
"A Spiral Model
of Software Development
and Enhancement". In 1988 Boehm published
a similar paper
- 33–34. Wiseman, p. 34. Boehm
, p. 34. Boehm
, pp. 33–34. Wiseman, p. 35. Boehm
, p. 36. Boehm
, p. 36; Wiseman, p. 36. Boehm
, p. 40. Boehm
, pp. 40–41. Pei believed...
- science, the Boehm
collector, often simply known
GC, is a conservative garbage collector
for C and C++. Boehm
GC is free...
- orchestras rather featured
br**** and strings. In the nineteenth century Theobald Boehm began
to make flutes. Keys were added
to the flute, and the taper
(born 1935) is an American software
engineer, distinguished professor
engineering; the TRW...
- The Boehm system
is a system
for the flute, created
and flautist Theobald Boehm between
1831 and 1847. Prior
to the development...
- Henry Boehm
(June 8, 1775 – December
28, 1875) was an American clergyman
and pastor. The son of noted clergyman Martin Boehm
, Henry preferred
to be a traveling...
- Evan Boehm
19, 1993) is an American football Center
for the Indianapolis Colts
of the National Football League
(NFL). He pla**** college
Böhm (or Boehm
) (April 9, 1794 – November
25, 1881) was a German inventor
and musician, who perfected
the modern Western concert flute
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