**Publications by Sergio Pissanetzky
**
Who is Sergio Pissanetzky?

**U.S. Patent 5,315,276.**** May 24,
1994. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Compact superconducting magnet for magnetic resonance
imaging.

**U.S. Patent 5,359,310.**** October
25,1994. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Ultrashort cylindrical shielded electromagnet for magnetic
resonance imaging.

**U.S. Patent 5,374,913.****
December 20, 1994. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Twin-bore flux pipe dipole magnet.

**U.S. Patent 5,382,904.**** January
17, 1995. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Structured coil electromagnets for magnetic resonance
imaging and method for fabricating the same.

**Journal and conference articles**

**[J9] Reasoning with Computer Code: a new Mathematical Logic. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Special issue on Self-Programming, K. R. Thórisson,
E. Nivel & R. Sanz (eds.), Journal of Artificial General Intelligence, Vol. 3, Issue 3,
pages 11-42,
December 2012. DOI: 10.2478/v10229-011-0020-6.
Abstract.
Full text (open access).

**[J8] Emergence and self-organization in partially ordered sets.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Complexity (Wiley InterScience), Vol.17, Issue 2, pp. 19-38
(2011). Article first published online: 22 OCT 2011 | DOI: 10.1002/cplx.20389.
Abstract.

**[J7] Structural Emergence in Partially Ordered Sets is the Key to
Intelligence.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence,
a subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNAI 6830, pp. 92-101. Springer-Verlag.
Full text (pdf).
The original publication is available at
www.springerlink.com. PowerPoint(ppt)
PowerPoint(pptx)
SlideNotes(docx)
Video available:
http://agi-conf.org/2011/conference-schedule/#vp .

**[J6] Coupled dynamics in host-guest complex systems duplicates
emergent behavior in the brain.**
Sergio Pissanetzky, 2010.
Abstract(pdf) .

Printed: WASET, year 6, issue 69, article 164,
pp. 927-935 (August 2010).

On-line: WASET, Vol. 68, pp.1-9(2010).
Full text (pdf).

**[J5] A New Universal Model of Computation and its Contribution to
Learning, Intelligence, Parallelism, Ontologies, Refactoring, and the Sharing of
Resources.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. International Journal of Information and Mathematical
Sciences, Vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 143-173 (2009). Published on-line: August 22, 2009
here. Please note that
"International Journal of Information and Mathematical Sciences" (IJIMS) is the
new name of "International Journal of Computational Intelligence" (IJCI).
Full text (pdf).

**[J4] A new type of Structured Artificial Neural Networks based on the
Matrix Model of Computation.** Sergio Pissanetzky.
Proc. 2008 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer
Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP'08) – 2008 International Conference on Artificial
Intelligence (ICAI’08), July 14-17, 2008, Las Vegas, NV, USA. Vol. I, pp.
251-257 (2008).
Abstract (pdf)
PowerPoint (pptx)
PowerPoint (ppt) (The ppt
file format is compatible with all versions of Power Point 97-2003. The pptx
file format is compatible only with Power Point 2007).

Keywords: neural networks, dynamic systems, ontology,
self-organizing systems, artificial intelligence, semantic web.

**[J3] Applications of the Matrix Model of Computation.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Proc. 12th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics, and
Informatics (WMSCI). June 29 - July 2, 2008, Orlando, Florida, USA. Vol. IV, pp.
190-195 (2008).
Abstract (pdf)
Preprint
(pdf) Power Point
(pptx) Power Point (ppt)

Keywords: semantic web, mathematical model of computation, relational model of
computation, refactoring, object oriented, ontology, physics.

**[J2] The Matrix Model of Computation.** Sergio
Pissanetzky. Proc. 12th World Multi-Conference on Systemics,
Cybernetics, and Informatics (WMSCI), June 29 - July 2, 2008, Orlando, Florida,
USA. Vol. IV, pp. 184-189 (2008).
Abstract
(pdf)
Preprint (pdf)
PowerPoint (pptx)
PowerPoint (ppt)

Keywords: semantic web, mathematical model of computation, relational
model of computation, refactoring, object oriented, ontology, tools.

**[J1] A Relational Virtual Machine for Program Evolution.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Proc. 2007 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer
Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP'07) – 2007 International Conference on Software
Evolution Research and Practice (SERP’07), June
25-28, 2007, Las Vegas, NV, USA.
Vol. I, pp. 144-150 (2007).
Abstract (pdf)
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Journal PowerPoint (pptx)

Keywords: virtual machine, program representation and analysis, object-oriented
design, software maintenance and evolution, refactoring.

**117. Full featured implementation of
quench simulation in superconducting magnets.** S. Pissanetzky and
D. Latypov. Cryogenics, Vol. 34, pp. 795-804 (1994).

**116. Modern numerical techniques for
high precision MRI magnet design.** S. Pissanetzky. 9th Annual
Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics. ACES, Naval
Postgraduate School, Monterrey, California. (March 1993).

** 115. Comments on analytical
computation of magnetic vector potential from tetrahedral conductors.**
S. Pissanetzky. IEEE Trans. on Magnetics, Vol. 29, pp. 1282-83 (1993).

**114. Structured coils and nonlinear
iron.** S. Pissanetzky. IEEE Trans. on Magnetics, Vol. 29, pp.
1791-94 (1993)

** 113. A high field superferric
NMR magnet.** F. R. Huson et al., including S. Pissanetzky.
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol. 29, pp. 25-31 (1993).

112. E. Badea, P. McIntyre and S. Pissanetzky. "Compact
13 Tesla dual dipole for future hadron colliders." XV International
Conference on High Energy Accelerators, Hamburg, Germany (July 1992).

111. S. Pissanetzky and A. Elekes. "A fast switching biplanar gradient coil
with cylindrical shield." Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 11th.
Annual Scientific meeting, Berlin, Germany (August 1992).

110. S. Pissanetzky. "Minimum energy MRI gradient coils of general
geometry." Measurement Science and Technology, Vol. 3, pp. 667-673 (1992).

109. S. Pissanetzky. "Structured coils for NMR applications." IEEE Trans. on
Magnetics, Vol. 28, pp. 1961-68 (1992).

108. P. Lee, J. E. Pasciak and S. Pissanetzky. "Parallel computation of
magnetic fields." COMPEL, The International Journal for Computation and
Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol 10, pp. 45-55
(1991).

107. R. Rocha, J. Colvin, F. R. Huson, W. W. MacKay, Y. Miao, S.
Pissanetzky, G. Shotzman and J. Zeigler. "Superferric Correction Magnets
Test Results." 1991 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference, San Francisco,
California, USA. May 6-9 (1991).

106. F. R. Huson, W. W. MacKay, Y. Miao, S. Pissanetzky and Y. Xiang. "Superferric
Magnets for Fast Levitated Trains." 1990 Applied Superconductivity
Conference, Snowmass Village, CO. September 24-28 (1990). IEEE Trans. on
Magnetics, Vol. 27, pp. 2269-71 (1991).

105. J. Colvin, F. R. Huson, W. W. MacKay, Y. Miao, S. Pissanetzky, R.
Rocha, G. Shotzman, Y. Xiang and J. Ziegler. "Superferric Correction Magnets
for the SSC." 1990 Applied Superconductivity Conference, Snowmass Village,
CO. September 24-28 (1990). IEEE Trans. on Magnetics, Vol. 27, pp. 1892-95
(1991).

104. S. Pissanetzky and Y. Xiang. "Magnus-3D solution of Problem 13." Proc.
European TEAM Workshop and International Seminar on Electromagnetic Field
Analysis, Oxford, England, 23-25 April 1990, pp. 131-146. Published by the
Commission of the European Communities.

103. S. Pissanetzky and Y. Xiang. "Analytical Expressions for the Magnetic
Field of Practical Coils." COMPEL, The International Journal for
Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Vol.
9, pp. 117-121 (1990).

102. S. Pissanetzky. "Magnet Design in Three Dimensions." BUFFER, National
Magnetic Fusion Energy Computer Center, Vol. 13, p. 22-24, June 1989.

101. S. Pissanetzky and Y. Xiang. "The Extended Two-Scalar-Potentials
Formulation of 3-D Nonlinear Magnetostatics." 3DMAG International
Conference, Okayama, Japan, September 11-13, 1989. COMPEL, The International
Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic
Engineering, Vol. 9, Suppl. A, pp. 21-24

100. S. Pissanetzky and Y. Miao. "3-D Accelerator Magnet Calculations using
MAGNUS-3D." Tenth Conference on the Application of Accelerators in Research
and Industry. Denton, Texas, November 7-9, 1988. Nuclear Instruments and
Methods in Physics Research, Vol. B40/41, pp. 1000-1003 (1989).

99. N. Mahale and S. Pissanetzky. "Recent Advances in MAGNUS Computational
Technology for 3D Nonlinear Magnetostatics." IEEE Transactions on Electron
Devices, Vol. 35, issue 11, pp. 2034-2038 (1988).

98. S. Pissanetzky and P. Tompkins. "3-D Magnetic Field Calculations for
Wigglers using MAGNUS-3D." 10th. International FEL Conference, Jerusalem,
Israel. August 29 - September 2, 1988. Proceedings published by
North-Holland Physics Publishing.

97. S. Pissanetzky, M. Fan and W. Schmidt. "MAGNUS and the design of
Shielded Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Magnets." Seventh Annual Meeting of the
Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. August
22-26, 1988. Published in the Book of Abstracts.

96. A. Ferrari and S. Pissanetzky. "Recent extensions of the program
MAGNUS-3D for Three-dimensional Accelerator Magnetic Engineering." European
Particle Accelerator Conference. Roma, Italy, June 7-11, 1988. Proceedings,
pp. 1315-1317.

95. J. Colvin, H. Hinterberger, F. R. Huson, W. MacKay, T. Mann, P. M.
McIntyre, G. C. Phillips, S. Pissanetzky, R. Rocha, W. Schmidt, G. Shotzman,
W. Wenzel, W. Xie and J. Zeigler. "The high field superferric magnet."
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Vol. A270, pp. 207-211
(1988).

94. S. Pissanetzky. "MAGNUS: Accelerator Magnet Calculations in 3D."
Workshop on Linear Accelerator and Beam Optics Codes. La Jolla Institute,
January 19-21, 1988.

93. M. Fan and S. Pissanetzky. "Three-dimensional Magnetic Engineering: the
programs MAGNUS and EPILOG." Ninth International Free Electron Laser
Conference. Williamsburg, Virginia, 14-18 September, 1987. Nuclear
Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Vol. A272, pp. 606-609 (1988).

92. M. Fan, F. R. Huson, W. W. MacKay, S. Pissanetzky, R. Rocha, W. Schmidt,
G. Shotzman, R. Stegman, T. Mann and J. Ziegler. "Correction magnets for the
Superconducting Supercollider." 1987 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference.
Washington D. C., March 16-19, 1987. Proceedings, pp. 1675-1677.

91. S. Pissanetzky, M. Fan, G. R. Kalbfleish and E. Whalen. "MAGNUS: a
computer program for 3-D magnet design." 1987 IEEE Particle Accelerator
Conference. Washington D. C., March 16-19, 1987. Proceedings, pp. 1678-1680.

90. S. Pissanetzky. "Magnetic design of a flat-coil cosine-theta primary
correction package." Report TAC, Texas Accelerator Center (June 1986).

89. R. Carcagno and S. Pissanetzky. "Numerical analysis of a loss of flow
accident without scram in an experimental 500 Kw pool type nuclear reactor."
Nuclear Engng. and Design.

88. R. Carcagno and S. Pissanetzky. "The truncation of magnetization tables
in the program Poisson." Report TAC-1010/85, Texas Accelerator Center
(1985).

87. S. Pissanetzky. "The interpolation of magnetization tables." COMPEL,
Int. J. for Comp. and Math. in Electrical and Electronic Engng. Vol. 5, pp.
41-56 (1986).

86. R. Carcagno and S. Pissanetzky. "A smooth magnetization table for 1008
steel at 4.2 K." Report TAC-257/85, Texas Accelerator Center (1985).

85. H. Bingham, R. Carcagno, M. Davidson, H. Hinterberger, F. R. Huson, M.
Kobayashi, W. W. Mackay, S. Pissanetzky, R. Rocha, W. Schmidt and R. Stegman.
"Design of a superferric dipole for the superconducting supercollider." VI
Latin-American Congress on Computational Methods for Engineering. Paraná-
Santa Fé, Argentina. (15-18 October 1985).

84. S. Pissanetzky and W. Schmidt. "Design of the dipole magnet for the C
version of the superconducting supercollider 20 Tev twin beam proton
accelerator." IEEE Trans. Nuclear Science, Vol. NS-32, No. 5, pp. 3740-3741
(October 1985).

83. H. Bingham, R. Carcagno, M. Davidson, Hinterberger, F. R. Huson, M.
Kobayashi, W. W. MacKay, S. Pissanetzky, R. Rocha, W. Schmidt and R. Stegman.
"The 3 Tesla Superferric Magnet Option for the Superconducting
Supercollider." Cryogenics Engineering Conference, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Cambridge, MA. 12-16, August 1985.

82. S. Pissanetzky. "The design of superferric magnets for the
Superconducting Supercollider and the new program MAGNUS for
three-dimensional magnetostatics." COMPUMAG Conference on the Computation of
Electromagnetic Fields. Fort Collins, Colorado, June 3-6 (1985). Published
in IEEE Trans. Magn. Vol. 21, No. 6, pp. 2457 (1985).

81. S. Pissanetzky. "Conductor misplacement." Report TAC-1218/84. Texas
Accelerator Center. (December 18, 1984).

80. S. Pissanetzky. "Design of crenellated magnets." 8th. Conference Appl.
Accelerators in Research and Industry. Denton, Texas, Nov. 12-14 (1984).
Published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Vol.
B10/11, 799-801 (1985). North-Holland, Amsterdam.

79. S. Pissanetzky. "The new version of the finite element 3-D
magnetostatics program MAGNUS." Electromagnetic Computation Users meeting.
Carnegie-Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, December 13-14 (1984). Published in
Computational Electromagnetics, Z. J. Cendes (editor). Elsevier Science
Publishers B. V. (North-Holland), pp. 121-132 (1986).

78. S. Pissanetzky. "A simple finite element." COMPEL, Int. J. Comp. Math.
Electrical and Electronic Engng. Vol. 3, pp. 107-114 (1984).

77. S. Pissanetzky. "Remanent fields in the cold iron superferric magnet."
Report TAC-1084-01, Texas Accelerator Center (October 1984).

76. S. Pissanetzky. "Forces on the beam pipe during quench." Report
TAC-984-00, Texas Accelerator Center (September 1984).

75. F. R. Huson and S. Pissanetzky. "The three faced magnet." Report
TAC-384-22, Texas Accelerator Center (March 1984).

74. F. R. Huson and S. Pissanetzky. "Persistent currents in a superferric
magnet." Report TAC-384-21, Texas Accelerator Center (1984).

73. F. R. Huson, W. Schmidt and S. Pissanetzky. "Transverse crenellation of
dipole magnets." Report TAC-284-10, Texas Accelerator Center (February
1984).

72. S. Pissanetzky. "Sparse Matrix Technology." Book. Academic Press, London
(1984). The book was translated into Russian and published by MIR in 1988.

71. S. Pissanetzky. "KUBIK: a three-dimensional finite element mesh
generator. User's manual." Computer Phys. Comm., Vol. 32, pp. 267-279
(1984).

70. S. Pissanetzky. "Automatic three-dimensional finite element mesh
generation using the program KUBIK." Computer Phys. Comm., Vol. 32, pp.
245-265 (1984).

69. S. Pissanetzky. "Nice orthogonal matrices." Math. Magazine, Vol. 56, pp.
250 (1983).

68. S. Pissanetzky. "The Rockbourne Challenge (from Argentina)." Finite
Element News, February 1983, issue no. 1, p. 37 (1983).

67. S. Pissanetzky. "The Hannover Challenge (from
Argentina)." Finite Element News, August 1982, issue no. 4, pp. 16-17
(1982).

66. S. Pissanetzky. "Temperature uniformization at the annealing furnace
of Ezeiza." Atomic Center of Bariloche, Argentina (1982).

65. S. Pissanetzky and C. Slutzky. "Dimensionless analysis of radiative
thermal transfer in layers of cylinders." I Latin-American Congress on
Heat and Mass Transfer. La Plata, Argentina (1982).

64. S. Pissanetzky. "New facilities added to the automatic generator
KUBIK for finite and infinite element meshes in three dimensions." III
Latin-American Congress on Computational Methods for Engineering. Buenos
Aires, Argentina (1982).

63. S. Pissanetzky and J. C. Utjes. "Calculation of normal vibrations of
bars with multiple constrains and variable cross-section by the finite
element method." III Latin-American Congress on Computational Methods
for Engineering. Buenos Aires, Argentina (1982).

62. S. Pissanetzky. "Solution of three-dimensional anisotropic nonlinear
problems of magnetostatics using two scalar potentials, finite and
infinite multipolar elements and automatic mesh generation." IEEE Trans.
on Magnetics, Vol. MAG-18, 346-350 (1982).

61. S. Pissanetzky. "Cavitation produced by inverted impulsive flow in a
heavy water duct." Atomic Center of Bariloche, Argentina. Technical
report (1981).

60. S. Pissanetzky. "Cladding of a heavy water duct to reduce thermal
stress produced by variable temperature flowing liquid." Atomic Center
of Bariloche, Argentina. Technical report (1981).

59. S. Pissanetzky. "Numerical solution of the equations of
magnetostatics in three dimensions in the presence of arbitrary
conductors and anisotropic nonlinear magnetic materials." Annual meeting
of the Argentine Physical Society. San Luis, Argentina (1981).

58. S. Pissanetzky and C. Slutzky. "Dimensionless analysis of radiative
heat transfer." X annual meeting of the Argentine Association of Nuclear
Technology. Bahía Blanca, Argentina (1981).

57. S. Pissanetzky. "Solution by finite elements of the thermohydraulic
equations of plane creeping flow." X annual meeting of the Argentine
Association of Nuclear Technology. Bahía Blanca, Argentina (1981).

56. S. Pissanetzky and R. Roddick. "Thermal design of annealing furnaces
for the nuclear industry." Invited paper. Argentine Committee of Heat
and Mass Transfer, No. 8 (1981).

55. S. Pissanetzky, H. Cingolani and R. Volpi. "Numerical modeling of
high vacuum furnaces." Numerical Methods in Thermal Problems, edited by
R. W. Lewis, K. Morgan and B. A. Schrefler. Vol II, 862-872. Pineridge
Press, U.K. (1981).

54. S. Pissanetzky. "Computation using sparse matrices." Atomic Energy
Commission of Argentina, report CNEA-NT 20/81 (1981).

53. S. Pissanetzky. "Model of a two-dimensional oil reservoir with
vertical fractures and production wells, based on a finite element
formulation." Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina, report CNEA-NT
15/81 (1981).

52. S. Pissanetzky. "Modeling problems of plane incompressible flow
without inertia term: the program BIARMON I." Atomic Energy Commission
of Argentina, report CNEA-NT 7/81 (1981).

51. S. Pissanetzky. "Numerical quadrature in the finite element method."
Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina, report CNEA-NT 5/81 (1981).

50. N. Callwood and S. Pissanetzky. "Automatic generation of
two-dimensional enclosures between bodies in contact." Atomic Energy
Commission of Argentina, report CNEA-NT 4/81 (1981).

49. S. Pissanetzky. "Automatic solution of heat radiation problems in
two-dimensional diffuse gray enclosures." Atomic Energy Commission of
Argentina, report CNEA-NT 3/81 (1981).

48. S. Pissanetzky and G. Sánchez. "Research, developing and teaching of
numerical methods at the Atomic Center of Bariloche, Argentina." Finite
Element News, Vol. 5, pp. 21-25 (1981).

47. S. Pissanetzky, R. Volpi, H. Cingolani and J. C.
Almagro. "Numerical simulation of the transient temperature distribution
within the cladding material during annealing in a high vacuum furnace."
Nuclear Engng. and Design, Vol. 65, pp. 141-150 (1981).

46. S. Pissanetzky. " KUBIK: an automatic three-dimensional finite element
mesh generator." Int. J. Num. meth. Engng. Vol. 17, pp. 255-269 (1981).

45. S. Pissanetzky and F. G. Basombrío. "On the numerical errors in one step
algorithms for time dependent problems." Num. Mathematik, Vol. 38, pp. 31-37
(1981).

44. S. Pissanetzky and F. G. Basombrío. "Efficient calculation of numerical
values of a polyhedral function." Int. J. Num. meth. Engng., Vol. 17, pp.
231-237 (1981).

43. S. Pissanetzky. "Operations with sparse matrices." Invited paper. Annual
meeting on computation and systems. Central University of Buenos Aires
Province, Tandil, Argentina (1980).

42. S. Pissanetzky. "Three-dimensional mesh generation." GFUN users meeting.
Westinghouse, Pittsburgh (1980).

41. S.Pissanetzky and L. F. Ferrariis. "Solution of the Schroedinger
equation by the finite element method. Application to nuclear quadrupole
resonance." Annual meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. San Carlos de
Bariloche, Argentina (1980).

40. S. Pissanetzky. "Infinite finite elements and numerical quadrature for
infinite intervals." Annual meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. San
Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (1980).

39. S. Pissanetzky. "MAGNUS: Computer-aided design of electromagnets.
Implementation of the two-scalar-potentials method at the Central Scientific
Computing facility of the Brookhaven National Laboratory." Report BNL 28416
(1980).

38. H. Cingolani and S. Pissanetzky. "Simplified model for the study of
thermal control of a high vacuum annealing furnace." IX meeting of the
Argentine Association for Nuclear Technology. San Carlos de Bariloche,
Argentina (1980).

37. S. Pissanetzky, R. Volpi, H. Cingolani and J. C. Almagro. "Mathematical
model and experiments with a high vacuum annealing furnace for fuel
cladding." IX meeting of the Argentine Association for Nuclear Technology.
San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (1980).

36. S. Pissanetzky. "An infinite element and a formula for numerical
quadrature over an infinite interval."GFUN users meeting, Westinghouse,
Pittsburgh (1980). Published also in Int. J. Num. meth. Engng., Vol. 19, pp.
913-927 (1983).

35. S. Pissanetzky. "Numerical simulation of the transient temperature
distribution inside a close-packed array of cylindrical tubes during heating
and cooling under high vacuum." Nuclear Engng. and Design, Vol. 56, pp.
359-368 (1980).

34. S. Pissanetzky. "Numerical modeling of electromagnets by the finite
element method in three dimensions." Brookhaven National Laboratory report
BNL 26516 (1979).

33. S. Pissanetzky. "The subdivision of space into elements." Brookhaven
National Laboratory report BNL 27073 (1979).

32. S. Pissanetzky. "Gauss elimination with supersparse matrices."
Brookhaven National Laboratory report BNL 26773 (1979).

31. S. Pissanetzky. "Solution of the differential equations of
magnetostatics by the finite element method for real electromagnets in three
dimensions." Annual meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. Córdoba,
Argentina (1979).

30. S. Pissanetzky, H. Cingolani and J. C. Almagro. "Numerical simulation of
an experimental high vacuum annealing furnace." Second Symposium on
Numerical Methods in Continuum Mechanics. Buenos Aires, Argentina (1979).

29. S. Pissanetzky and F. G. Basombrío. "Round-off errors in one step
methods for evolutionary problems: an improvement of the usual algorithm."
Fourth meeting of Applied Mathematics. Santiago de Chile (1979). Published
in Sigma (Chile), Vol. 5, pp. 69-80 (1979).

28. F. G. Basombrío, S. Pissanetzky and G. Sánchez. "Prediction of heat
transfer by the finite element method." Invited paper. Seminar on
Computational Techniques Applied to Prediction of Heat and Matter Processes.
Buenos Aires, Argentina (1979).

27. S. Pissanetzky. "Curve fitting with minimized maximum error by the
Simplex method of mathematical optimization." Acta Scientifica of Venezuela,
Vol. 29 (1979).

26. F. G. Basombrío, G. Sánchez and S. Pissanetzky. "The finite element
method in the physics of continuum: achievements and works performed at the
Atomic Center of Bariloche." Second meeting on the Exchange of Computation
Systems. Buenos Aires, Argentina (1978).

25. S. Pissanetzky. "Computation code for the direct solution of systems of
linear algebraic equations with sparse, symmetric and positive definite
matrix: code SPFACT." Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina, Report 15/78
(1978).

24. S. Pissanetzky. "Implementation of a set of algorithms that employ
sparse matrix technology to solve problems of finite element analysis."
XXVII annual meeting of ASOVAC. Valencia, Venezuela (1977).

23. S. Pissanetzky. "Calculation of field and electric gradient in molecular
crystals for studies of Stark effect of the nuclear quadrupole resonance."
XXVII annual meeting of ASOVAC. Valencia, Venezuela (1977).

22. S. Pissanetzky. "Model of a two-dimensional reservoir formulated in
terms of finite element analysis." First Scientific-technical meeting,
Faculty of Engineering, Zulia University, Maracaibo, Venezuela (1977).

21. S. Pissanetzky. "Using the Simplex method of mathematical optimization
to solve an inequation in absolute values." Mathematics and Physics Journal
(Cumaná, Venezuela).

20. S. Pissanetzky. "Theory of the Zeeman effect of the nitrogen-14 nuclear
quadrupole resonance with polycrystalline samples." Fourth International
Symposium on Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy. Osaka, Japan (1977).
Published in J. Magn. Res., Vol. 34, pp. 515-535 (1979).

19. S. Pissanetzky. "Precision thermometry using nuclear quadrupole
resonance." Second Latin-American Symposium on Magnetic Resonance. Bogotá,
Colombia (1976).

18. S. Pissanetzky. "Physics for technology: application of nuclear
resonance to oil well logging." Mathematics and Physics Journal (Cumaná,
Venezuela), II, Vol. 9, pp. 7-14 (1975).

17. S. Pissanetzky. "Tuning with single command for all stages of a
radiotransmitter." Journal of Telegraphics and Electronics Buenos Aires,
77-78 (1975).

16. J. Murgich and S. Pissanetzky. "Temperature dependence of the
nitrogen-14 nuclear quadrupole resonance and the observation of the phase
transition in cubic tetracyanoethylene." J. Chem. Physics, Vol. 62, pp.
92-92 (1975).

15. S. Pissanetzky. "A technological application of quadrupole resonance:
thermometry." 61st. meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. La Plata,
Argentina (1974).

14. J. Murgich and S. Pissanetzky. "Nuclear
quadrupole resonance of nitrogen-14 in potassium
tetracyanoquinodimethanide." Chem. Phys. Letters, Vol. 18, pp. 420-422
(1973).

13. S. Pissanetzky. "Zeeman effect of nitrogen-14 nuclear quadrupole
resonance with polycrystalline samples." J. Chem. Phys., Vol. 59, pp.
4197-4207 (1973).

12. M. W. Garrett and S. Pissanetzky. "Polygonal coil systems for
magnetic fields with homogeneity of the fourth to the eighth order."
Rev. Sci. Instr., Vol. 42, pp. 840-857 (1971).

11. S. Pissanetzky, A. Brunetti and J. Murgich. "Measurement of the
asymmetry parameter of the electric field gradient of the
carbon-chlorine bond in para-dichlorobenzene." 53rd. meeting of the
Argentine Physical Society. San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (1970).

10. S. Pissanetzky. "Design of polygonal coils to produce a uniform
magnetic field." 53rd. meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. San
Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina (1970).

9. S. Pissanetzky, C. A. Caroni and E. Manghi. "A simple method for
determining the orientation of magnetic axes in large single crystals
for nuclear quadrupole resonance observations." J. Sci. Instr. (J. of
Physics E), Vol. 1, pp. 918-920 (1968). Also presented to the
Panamerican Symposium on Applied Mathematics, Buenos Aires, Argentina
(1968).

8. S. Pissanetzky. "Transition probabilities of the nuclear pure
quadrupolar relaxation of chlorine-35 in para-dichlorobenzene." Doctoral
theses. Balseiro Institute of the Atomic Energy Commission of Argentina,
National University of Cuyo, Argentina (1966).

7. S. Pissanetzky. "Transition probabilities of the nuclear pure
quadrupolar relaxation of chlorine-35 in para-dichlorobenzene." J. Chem.
Phys., Vol. 42, pp. 675-676 (1965).

6. S. Pissanetzky. "Theory of the autodyne quadrupolar oscillator."
44th. meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. Buenos Aires, Argentina
(1964).

5. S. Pissanetzky. "Construction of a system for controlled low
temperature." 42nd. meeting of the Argentine Physical Society. Córdoba,
Argentina (1963).

4. S. Pissanetzky. "Oscillogram analizer." Journal of the Argentine
Mathematical Association (Buenos Aires), Vol. 21, pp. 57-68 (1962).

3. S. Pissanetzky. "Spin-lattice coupling in the quadrupolar relaxation
of para-dichloro benzene." 38th. meeting of the Argentine Physical
Society. Tucumán, Argentina (1961).

2. M. Buyle-Bodin and S. Pissanetzky. "Influence of the transitions m=1
and m=2 on the relaxation time in pure quadrupole resonance'' (in
French). Bulletin Ampère, 10e. annèe, fasc. special, pp. 451-455 (1961).

1. S. Pissanetzky. "Design of coreless coils to produce a uniform
magnetic field." Ciencia y Técnica (Buenos Aires) Vol. 130, pp. 165-169
(1961).

**Workshops, symposia, presentations
**
This section only covers presentations on Causal Sets, Causal Logic, and
Physics, beginning in 2008.
I also made many presentations on other topics, but these are not covered here.

**[W10] The Unification of Symmetry and Conservation**.
Sergio Pissanetzky. Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Vol. 58, Number
3 (April 2013). Abstract. Slides (pptx).
Slide Notes.

**[W9] Causality, symmetry, brain, evolution, DNA and a new
theory of Physics**. Sergio Pissanetzky. Bulletin of the
American Physical Society, TSF12-2012-000055.
Abstract(pdf)
Slides(ppt)
Slides(pptx)
SlideNotes(docx)

**[W8] Automation, robotics, brains, and a new theory of
Physics. ** Sergio Pissanetzky. Workshop on Automation and Robotics,
Complex Systems Section, NASA Gilruth
Center, Johnson Space Center, Oct. 12, 2012. Clear Lake, Texas. U.S.A.
Abstract(pdf)
PowerPoint(ppt) PowerPointt(pptx)
SlideNotes(docx).

**[W7] Symmetry, structure, and causets in discrete quantum
gravity. **
Sergio Pissanetzky. Bulletin of the American Physical Society, Vol. 57, nbr. 2,
abstract H1.0005. Presented at the 2012 Spring Meeting of the APS, March 22-24,
2012, Angelo State University.
Abstract
(pdf) PowerPoint(ppt)
PowerPoint(pptx)
SlideNotes(pdf).

**[W6] Emergent inference and the future of NASA.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Workshop on Automation and Robotics. NASA Gilruth
Center, Johnson Space Center, Oct. 07, 2011. Clear Lake, Texas. U.S.A.
Abstract (pdf)
PowerPoint(ppt)
PowerPoint(pptx) Notes
for Slide 4

**[W5] Emergent inference, or how can a program become a
self-programming AGI system?**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Workshop on Self-programming in AGI systems. AGI-11
conference, Google Headquarters, Mountain View, CA. August 3-6, 2011. Full text
PDF is available from workshop website
http://www.iiim.is/agi-workshop-self-programming/ Slides:
PowerPoint(ppt)
PowerPoint(pptx)
SlideNotes(docx) Video
available:
http://agi-conf.org/2011/conference-schedule/#vp .

**[W4] Adaptive systems and analyst-independent technologies.**
Sergio Pissanetzky, 2010.
Workshop on Automation and Robotics (WAR 2010). NASA Gilruth
Center, Johnson Space Center, Nov. 12, 2010. Clear Lake, Texas. U.S.A.
Abstract (pdf)
Slides:
PowerPoint(pptx)
PowerPoint(ppt)

**[W3] The Matrix Theory of Objects. An Update.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. AIAA Houston Section. Annual Technical Symposium 2010. NASA/JSC
Gilruth Center. Houston, Texas. April 30, 2010. Abstract(pdf)
Slides:
PowerPoint(pptx)
PowerPoint(ppt)

**[W2] The New Theory of Objects and the Automatic Generation of
Intelligent Agents.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Workshop on Automation and Robotics (WAR 2009). NASA Gilruth
Center, Johnson Space Center, Sept. 25, 2009. Clear Lake, Texas. U.S.A.
Abstract (pdf)
PowerPoint(pptx)
PowerPoint(ppt)

**[W1] If Intelligence is the ability to Solve Unanticipated
Problems, then Artificial Intelligence needs Universal Representations.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. Workshop on Automation and Robotics (WAR 2008). NASA Gilruth
Center, Johnson Space Center, Nov. 14, 2008. Clear Lake, Texas. U.S.A.
Abstract (pdf) PowerPoint (pptx)
PowerPoint (ppt)

**[B1] Vectors, Matrices and C++ Code.**
Scientific Controls, 2004. Book sample (pdf)

**[B2] Rigid Body Kinematics and C++ Code.**
Scientific Controls, 2005. Book sample (pdf)

**[B3] Refactoring with Relations. A new method for refactoring
Object-Oriented Software.** Scientific Controls, 2006.
Book sample (pdf). This eBook is available for free to research
scientists, directly from the author. To request a copy, please send an
email and identify yourself and your institution. You must provide
verifiable information.

**[B4] Sparse Matrix Technology.** Academic
Press, London , 1984 (out of print).
Russian Translation: MIR, Moscow, 1988.

**[B5] Sparse Matrix Technology - Electronic Edition.**
Scientific Controls, 2008. Book sample
(pdf) The electronic edition is now available for free to research
scientists, directly from the author. To request a copy, please send an email to
the author and identify yourself and your institution. You must provide
verifiable information.

**C++ Refactoring and a Relational Model for Object-Oriented Code.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. May 2006. Abstract (html)

Categories and Subject Descriptors: Software, Programming Techniques, Automatic
Programming, Object-oriented Programming.
Additional Keywords: C++, object model, refactoring, relational model.

**An Analytical Method for Refactoring Object-Oriented Code.**
Sergio Pissanetzky. August 28, 2006.
Full text (pdf)

Keywords: refactoring, restructuring, behavior preservation, coherence,
coding tools, development environments.

**A Model of Computation for Source Code Analysis and
Transformations.** Sergio Pissanetzky. February 2007.
Full text (pdf)

Keywords: Virtual machines, program representation and analysis, coding tools
and techniques, object-oriented design, software maintenance and evolution,
refactoring.