PCJ Vol.2 No.2 (December 2007)

PHILIPPINE COMPUTING JOURNAL 
An Official Publication of the Computing Society of the Philippines, Inc. 
ISSN 1908-1995

Founded in 2005, the Philippine Computing Journal is published by the Computing Society of the Philippines (CSP), Inc.
It appears twice yearly and publishes original peer-reviewed papers on computing (including computer science, computational science and engineering, information and communication technology, computer science education, and allied disciplines).   



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Contents




Gerardo Trinidad
GIS from a Computer Science Perspective
pp 1-4
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Paul Cabral, Henry Adorna
On Maximally Commutative Complement of a Regular Language
pp 5-10 

Felix P. Muga II
On the Seat Allocation Error and the Principle of Proportional Representation
pp 11-16 

Hans Christian Ang, Cliff Anthony Cubero,
Katrina Corazon Cunanan, Kent Nishimori,
Caslon Chua
A Simulation of a Tsunami Model Using Geographical Information Systems
pp 17-24
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