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COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946 TO 1963
CACM
JACM
PACM
EJCC
FJCC
WJCC
SJCC
PGEC

COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM (1958- )
JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY (1954PROC. (AND PREPRINTS) OF THE ACM NATIONAL MEETINGS (1952EASTERN JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE PROC. (1951-1961)
FALL JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE PROC. (1962- )
WESTERN JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE PROC. (1953-1961)
SPRING JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE PROC. (1962- l
TRANS. OF THE PROFESSIONAL GROUP ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS (1952-

AADC60
ACFI57
ADC 53
AIC
ANL 53
AODC62
ARAP
AUS
BCS 58
BIT
CABS62
CAMB49
CAN
CAS
CATH63
CCST61
CENG59
CHBK62
CLUN55
CPFS61
CTPC54
DIP 62
ECIP55
EDPS61
ELEC61
FTT 53
HACC59
HARV
IBMJ
IBSJ
ICC
ICIP59
lCSI58
lEE S56
IFIP62
LCMT61
LSU
MANC51
MCF 61
MIPP61
MSEE46
MTL 61
MTP 58
NCR
NEWC57
NSMT60
OCR 62
ONR
OP I 62
PCS 62
PECS52
PIRE
PLCI61
PWCS54
RMCS60
ROME62
RTCS62
SACI58
SOS
TCB
TCJ
TOMM58
WCR
WOC062

ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS (PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY 1960)
AUTOMATIC CODING (FRANKLIN INSTITUTE 1957) MONOGRAPH NO. 3
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTATION, NAT. PHYS. LAB., ENGLAND (HMSO 1953)
ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS (ACADEMIC PRESS 1960- )
ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY, COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM, ANL-5181, 1953
APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS (GINN 1963)
ANNUAL REVIEW IN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING (PERGAMON PRESS 1960- )
PROC. OF AUSTRALIAN COMPUTER CONFERENCES (1951, 1957, 1960, 1963)
THE BUSINESS COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM (PITMAN 1959)
NORDISK TIDSKRIFT FOR INFORMATIONS- BEHANDLING (1961- )
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (PRENTICE-HALL 62)
RPT OF A CONF ON H S AUTO CALCULATING-MACH., CAMBRIDGE, ENG., 1949
CANADIAN CONF. FOR COMPUTING AND DATA PROCESSING (1958, 60, 62)
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS SYMPOSIUM, ARMOUR RESEARCH FOUND. (1955-1962)
COMPUTERS AND THOUGHT (MCGRAW-HILL. 1963)
COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY (MCGRAW-HILL 1961)
COMPUTER ENGINEERING (PERGAMON PRESS 1960)
COMPUTER HANDBOOK (MCGRAW-HILL 1962)
THE COMPUTING LABORATORY IN THE UNIVERSITY (UNIV. OF WISC. 1957)
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND FORMAL SYSTEMS (NORTH-HOLLAND 1963)
CONF. ON TRAINING PERSONNEL FOR COMPUTERS (WAyNE UNIV. PRESS 1955)
DIGITAL INFORMATION PROCESSORS (J. WILEY 19621
ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND INF. PROCESSING, DARMSTADT. 1955
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYMPOSIUM, LONDON (PITMAN 1963)
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS (PRENTICE-HALL 1961)
FASTER THAN THOUGHT (PITMAN 1953)
HANDBOOK OF AUTOMATION, COMP. AND CONTROL, VOL. 2 (J. WILEY 1959)
HARVARD UNIVERSITY SYMPOSIA (1947, 1949. 1955, 1957, 1961)
IBM JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (1957- )
IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL (1962- )
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTATION CENTRE BULLETIN (1958- )
INT. CONF. ON INFORMATION PROCESSING, PARIS (UNESCO 1959)
INT. CONF. ON SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION, WASHINGTON, DC (NAS-NRC 1959)
INST. OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, SUPPLEMENT PART B VOL. 103, 1956
INT. FED. FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING, MUNICH (NORTH-HOLLAND 1962)
SYMP. ON LARGE CAPACITY MEMORY TECHNIQUES (MACMILLAN 1962)
HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER CONF. (LOUISIANA STATE UNIV. 1955-1958)
PROC MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY COMPUTER INAUGURAL CONF., ENGLAND, 1951
MANAGEMENT AND THE COMPUTER OF THE FUTURE (J. WILEY 1962)
MACHINE INDEXING, PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS (AMERICAN UNIV 1961)
MOORE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERIriG LECTURES, PHILADELPHIA, 1946
MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES. NAT. PHYS. LAB., ENG. (HMSO 1962)
MECH. OF THOUGHT PROCESSES. NAT. PHYSICAL LAB., ENGLAND (HMSO 1959)
NATIONAL (AND INTERNATIONAL) CUNVENTION RECORD OF THE IRE (1953- )
NEW COMPUTERS, A REPORT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS ~ACM 1957)
PROC. OF THE NAT. SYMP. ON MACHINE TRANSLATION (PRENTICE-HALL 1961)
OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION (SPARTAN 19&2)
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA (1951, 52, 53, 54, 56, 58, 60)
SYMP. ON OPTICAL PROCESSING OF INFORMATION (SPARTAN PRESS 1963)
PLANNING A COMPUTER SYSTEM (MCGRAW-HILL 1962)
PROC. OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM. LOS ANGELES. 1952
PROC. IRE, COMPUTER ISSUES OCT 53, JAN 61, COMPUTER SECTION MAY 62
PROGRAMMED LEARNING AND ~OMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION (J. WILEY 1962)
PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESCON COMPUTER SESSION, LOS ANGELES, 1954
RELIABILITY AND MAINT. OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS. LONDON (lEE 1960)
SYMBOLIC LANGUAGES IN DATA PROCESSING, ROME (GORDON AND BREACH 62)
REDUNDANCY TECHNIQUES FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS (SPARTAN PRESS 1962)
SMALL AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS AND 1/0 EQUIP., LOS ANGELES 1958
SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS (PERGAMON PRESS 1959t61, SPARTAN PRESS 62)
THE COMPUTER BULLETIN (1957- }
THE COMPUTER JOURNAL (1958- )
THE THEORY OF MATHEMATICAL MACHINES (PERGAMON PRESS, 1963)
WESCON CONVENTION RECORD OF THE IRE (1957-1960)
WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER ORGANIZATION (SPARTAN 1963)

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. John T. Connor, Secretary
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS • A. V. Astin, Dimtor

Computer Literature Bibliography
1946 to 1963
W. W. Youden

National Bureau of Standards Miscellaneous Publication 266
Issued March 31, 1965

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C .. 20402 - Price $3.75

Contents
Introduction:
How to understand the coden___________________________________
How to use the Bibliography Section____________________________
How to use the Title Word Index- _ _____________________________
How to use the Author Index_ __________________________________
Bibliography Section_____ _____ ___ _______________________ __ __ _____
Ti tIe Word Index _ _ _ ____________________________________________
AuthorIndex___________________________________________________
II

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 64-62989

III

IV
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Computer Literature Bibliography
1946 to 1963
W. W. Youden
Over 6,100 references are contained in this biblipgraphy of computer literature published
during the years 1946 through 1963. The Bibliography Section includes the full, title and
all of the authors of every article published in 9 journals, 21 books, and over 100 proceedings.
No articles from other sources are included. The books selected are those that have chapters
by individual authors, as such chapters are not normally indexed in most libraries.
The Title Word Index Section is used to find an article if any part of its title is known or
to find all the articles whose titles include a particular word or phrase. The Author Index
Section'lists all authors of each article, but does not indicate whether an individual is the
sole author of the article.
The bibliography is intended not only to serve those in the computer field, but also to
be an experiment in information retrieval to determine the value of cumulative KWIC and
author indexes to published literature in a specific subject area.

INTRODUCTION
How To Understand the Coden
All three sections of this computer literature
bibliography use an ll-character (occasionally 12character) coden! to identify each article. The first
four letters (sometimes three letters plus a space) are
usually an acronym for the title of the book, journal,
or proceeding. An effort has been made to choose
acronyms of mnemonic value.
A list of the acronyms with their explanations is
given on the inside of the front and back covers.
The Bibliography Section is in the same sequence as
the lists inside the covers. Sometimes an abbreviation is used instead of an acronym,. For example,
HARV is the four-letter abbreVIation used for the
proceedings of all conferences which took place at
Harvard University.
Following the four-letter acronym are the last two
digits of the year in which the article was first presented or published. For journals, the issue number
is given immmediately following the two year-digits.
The letters 0, N, and D are used to indicate the 10th,
11th, and 12th issues of a monthl:y: journal. For
books and proceedings, this digit, If there is one,
indicates the volume number. Last, separated by at
least one space (with a few unavoidable exceptions),
the starting page of the article is given.
Some examples of how coden expand to the full
reference are as follows:
CACM63N 660=Communications of the ACM,
1963, November, page 660
1

Charles Bishop, An Integrated approach to the documentation problem,

American Do;:umentatlon 4. 54-65 (April 1953).

W. Yonden, Characteristics of programs for KWIC and 'other computer
produced indexes, A mamatlon and SciMltijic Communication, 332, (1963).
8 Letters to the editor, Science 120. 1038-1040 (1954).
2 W.

DIP 62
ICSI 582

67=Digital Information Processors,
1962, page 67
823=International Conference on
Scientific Information, 1958
Volume 2, page 823

A few exceptions to the rules above occur when a
book or proceedings does not number its pages from
start to finish, but numbers the pages of each article
or chapter indel?endently. In such cases the article
or chapter identification used in the book or proceedings is used in the coden. For example:
PACM61 12A5=Preprints of the ACM,
Paper 12A5

1961,

Another exception is made for the two journals
that have a volume year slightly out of phase with
the calendar year. For these journals the volume
number, which is redundant information, is given to
the left of the two year-digits, immediately following
the three-letter acronym. The issue number is still
given to the right of the two year-digits. For
example:
TCJ5634 349=The Computer Journal, Volume 5,
1963, Issue 4, page 349.
The coden scheme as used in this bibliography
eliminates double lookups2 that are required by most
other published computer-produced indexes. This
scheme is most useful for cumulative indexes to a
reasonably small set of books, journals, and proceedings. A heterogeneous collection of articles from
hundreds of sources does not usually lend itself to
this sort of treatment, nor should it be used for
literature citations. 3
m

IV

How To Use the Bibliography Section
In the Bibliography Section the major publications of the Association for Computing Machinery,
the Joint Computer Conferences, and the IEEE
Computer Group are listed first. This special group,
with the acronyms CACM, JACM, PACM, EJCC,
FJCC, WJCC, SJCC, andPGEC, constitutes almost
half of all the references in this bibliography. All of
the remaining acronyms follow in alphabetical sequence. Within each acronym the references are in
year, issue number, and page number sequence.
Bibliographic information similar to that given on
a library catalog card is given at the beginning of
the listing for each book, journal. proceedings, or
series of proceedings. The first line of this bibliographic information is almost always the title of the
book, journal. etc. If the main entry on the Library
of Congress catalog card differs, it follows the title
in parentheses. An ellipsis within the parentheses
indIcates omission of repeated words. For proceedings, the second line gives the location and date of
the meeting. Usually, the second line also gives the
name of the publisher and the year of publication.
The Library of Congress classification and catalog
card number are on the following line if they have
been ascertained. Occasionally additional mIscellaneous information is given.

How To Use the Title Word Index
The. Title Word Index is a permuted title or
KWIC (Keyword-in-Context) 4 index. It is not a
subject index and can best be used by those who
are knowledgeable in the field of computers.
Each title can be found under all of the significant
words that it contains. The title is shifted to aline
each successive significant word with a column near
the middle of the page. After sorting from this
column to its right, it becomes very easy to locate
all titles that contain a given word or phrase. Since
each line in the index is a separate unit, titles longer
than one line must be chopped. This is indicated
by a virgule (f) next to the chopped portion if the
title either begins or ends on the line.
The proper point to begin reading a line is at the
longest white space. The line is read to its right• H. P. Luhn, Keyword-in-context index for technical literature (KWIC
index), American Documentation, II, 288-295 (Oct. 1960).
, R. A. Kennedy, Mechanized title word indexing of Internal reports, Macltine
Indexing, Progres. and Problem., 112-132, American University (1961).

hand end and then, continuing at the left end of the
line, it is read to the longest white space where the
reading began. This longest space will never be less
than three character spaces except in the rare case
of a title longer than the line which has been positioned so that both ends of the title are off the line.
In this case, there will be only a single space between
each word on the line, and the line is read from left
to right.
The title is the title of the article or book chapter.
Titles of foreign language articles have been translated (sometimes roughly) into English and then
followed with the name of the foreign language in
parentheses. Over 30 words such as AND, FOR
OF, and THE have been prevented from indexing,
and they are identified in their alphabetical place in
the Title Word Index.
The wide format which results in less than 3 percent of the titles being chopped is based on the
format of the Bell Telephone Laboratories permuted
title index 5 rather than on the narrower format of
earlier KWIC indexes. This format does not have
the disadvantage of the RWOC or Reyword-out-ofcontext index, which makes the finding of a phrase
or multiword entry difficult.

How to Use the Author Index
All authors of each article are listed in the Author
Index with their names followed by as much of the
title as will fit on one line. No indication is given
as to whether an individual is the sole author or one
of several coauthors. Reference should be made to
the Bibliography Section for this information.
Authors will be found under the prefix when their
last name is preceded by any of the following prefixes: DE, DEL, DEN, DER, DES, DI, LA, LE,
ST, VAN, and VON. Authors may be listed with
their given names in full and with one or more of
their given names shortened to initials. This, plus
the fact that authors whose names are followed by
suffixes, such as JR, SR, II, and III, sometimes publish with the suffix dropped, means that occasionally
several listings for the same author may become
slightly separated.
Since the sorting of names was done on a computer, the sequence of names is in order word-byword rather than letter-by-Ietter. Also note that
MC ... and MAC ... are not interfiled.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
CACM

CACM581
CACM581
C4CM581
CACM582
C4CM582
CACM583
C4CM,83
C4CM584
CACM584
CACM584
C4CM584
CACM585
C4CM585
C4CM585
CACM585
CACM585
CACM585
CACM586
CACM586
CACM587
CACM587
CACM587
CACM588
CACM588
CACM588
CACM588
CACM588
CACM589
CACM589
CACM589
CACM580
CACM580
CACM580
CACM58N
CACM58N
CACM58D
CACM58D
~ACM58D

CACM591
C4CM591
CACM592
CACM592
CACM592
CACM592

COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, V. 1BALTIMORE, JANUARY 1958QA76.A772
LC CARD NO. 61-65941
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3
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13
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6
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6
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CACM592
CACM593
CACM593
CACM593
CACM593
CACM594
CACM594
CACM594

28
3
5
6
8
10

CACM594

17

CACM594
CACM594

19
22

CACM594
C4CM595
CACM595
CACM595

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10
16

13

16

17

CACM596

8

CACM596
C4CM596
CACM596
CACM596
CACM596

21
21
25
25
27

CACM596
CACM596
CACM597
CACM597
CACM591
C4CM591
CACM591
CACM597
CACM591
CACM598
(;4CM598
CACM598
C4CM598
CACM599
CACM599
CACM599
C4CM599

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A MACHINE METHOD FOR SQUARE-ROOT COMPUTATION. R. W. BEMER
TABLES FOR AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION. HERBERT S. WILF
A PROGRAMMED 81NARY COUNTER FOR THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATOR. B. C. KENNY, J. A. HUNTER
VARIABLE-WIDTH TABLES WITH BINARY-SEARCH FACILITY. MARK HALPERN
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 10 NO 1 JAN 5B
IBM 704 CODE-NUNDRUMS • MURRAY GRUMETTE
ALGORITHM FOR ANALYZING LOGICAL STATEMENTS TO PRODUCE A TRUTH FUNCTION TABLE. HAROLD WOLPE
NEED FOR AN ALGORITHM. W. SELDEN
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
REQUEST FOR METHODS OR PROGRAMS. HENRY P~ T. CORLEY
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 10 NO 2 APR 58
NOTE ON EMPIRICAL BOUNDS FOR GENERATING BESSEL FUNCTIONS. JAMES B. RANDELS, ROY F. REEVES
A SUBROUTINE METHOD FOR CALCULATING LOGARITHMS. R. W. BEMER
GENERAL PURPOSE PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. ANATOL W. HOLT
AN IMPROVED DECIMAL REDUNDANCY CHECK. ROGER L. SISSON
BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A OECIMAL COMPUTER WITH AN EXTR4CT COMMAND • WILLI~M H. K4UTl
AUTOMATIC IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER LOGIC. E. F. MORRIS, T. E. WOHR
ALGEBRAIC FORMULATION OF FLOW 014GRAMS • EDWARO A. VOORHEES
ACCELERATING CONVERGENCE OF ITERATIVE PROCESSES. J. H. WEGSTEIN
THE LINCOLN KEYBOARD, A TYPEWRITER KEYBOARD DESIGNED FOR COMPUTER INPUT FLEXIBILI TY • A. VANlE.\BURGH
SIMPLE AUTOMATIC CODlNG SYSTEMS. ELDRIDGE S. A04MS JR, STEW4RT I. SCHLESINGER
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 10 NO 3 JUL 58
ON PROGRAMMING OF ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS. A. P. ERSHOV
CORRECTION TO 'BINARY 41'10 TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL COMPUTER WITH AN EXTRACT :O~MA~O'
SECANT MOOIFIC4TION OF NEWTON'S METHOD. T. A. JEEVES
RECURSIVE CURVE FITTING TECHNIQUE. JOHN GIBLIN
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMI~G COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES. PART I • J. STRONG, J. WEGSTEIN,
A. TRITTER, J. OLSZTYN, O. MOCK. T. STEEL
EDITOR'S NOTE ON SERIES APPROXIM4TION TRUNCATION. R. W. BEMER
ERROR ESTIMATION IN RUNGE-KUTTA PROCEDURES. DICKSON H. C4LL. ROY F. REEVES
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMI~G COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES. PART 2 • J. STRONG, J. WEGSTEIN.
4. TRITTER, J. OLSZTYN, O. MOCK. T. STEEL
PROPOSAL FOR AN UNCOL • MELVIN E. CONWAY
ON THE EQUIVALENCE AND TRANSFORMATION OF PROGRAM SCHEMES. IU. I. IANOV
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 10 NO 4 OCT 58
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN INSPECTION PROCEDURES • MERVIN E. MULLER
TWO SQUARE-ROOT APPROXIMATIONS. W. G. WAOEY
ON MATRIX PROGRAM SCHEMES. IU. I. 14NOV
EXTRACTION OF ROOTS BY REPEATEO SUBTRACTIONS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. IWAO SUGAI
PRELIMI~ARY REPORT. INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE. A. J. PERLIS. K. SAMELSON
ABSTRACTS, NUCLE~R REACTOR COOES • VIRGINIA NATHER. WARD SANGREN
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 11 NO 1 JAN 59
RECURSIVE SUBSCRIPTI~G COMPILERS AND LIST-TYPE MEMORIES. JOHN W. CARR III
POSSIBLE MOOIFICATIONS TO THE INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE. JULIEN GREEN
THE ARITHMETIC TRANSLATOR-COMPILER OF THE IBM FORTRAN AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM. PETER B. SHE~IDAN
SIGNAL CORPS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS •
WILLIAM F. LUEBBERT, PERCY W. COLLOM JR
ON COMPUTING RADIATION INTEGRALS. R. C. HANSEN. L. L. BAILIN. R. W. RUTISHAUSER
ELIMINATION OF SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FROM OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. JOHN E. POWERS
AN ITERATIVE METHOD FOR FITTING THE LOGISTIC CURVE. JOHN R. HOWELL
FROM FORMULAS TO COMPUTER ORIENTEO LANGU4GE • J. H. WEGSTEIN
A CHECKLIST OF INTELLIGENCE FOR PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. R. W. BEMER
A MATHEMATICAL PROCEDURE FOR MACHINE DIVISION. R. E. GILMAN
BINARY ARITHMETIC FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH IN A SERIAL COMPUTER. PAOLO ERCOLI. R~BERTO VACCA
A ROUTINE TO FIND THE SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS WITH POLYNOMIAL COEFFICIENTS.
E. H. LARSON, D. P. MARSHALL
AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR GENERATING UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED POINTS ON THE SURFACE OF AN N-DIMENSIJNAL SPHERE
• J. S. HICKS, R. F. WHEELING
A NOTE ON A METHOD FOR GENERATING POINTS UNIFORMLY ON N-DIMENSIONAL SPHERES. MERVIN E. MULLER
SURVEY OF PROGRESS AND TREND OF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS A~D
MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEDERAL GoVERNME~r, AS OF DECEMBER 1957
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 11 NO 2 4PR 59
ERROR ANALYSIS IN FLOATING POINT ARITHMETIC. JOHN W. CARR III
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
SURVEY OF PROGRESS AND TRENO OF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS A~D
MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEOERAL GOVERNMENT, AS OF DECEMBER 1957. II
A VISIT TO COMPUTATION CENTERS IN THE SOVIET UNION. JOHN W. CARR III. ALAN J. PERLIS.
JAMES E. ROBERTSON, NORMAN R. SCOTT
REMARKS ON 'ELIMINATION OF SPECIAL FUNCTIONS FROM DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS' • ROBERT W. FLOYD
HANDLING 10ENTIFIERS AS INTERNAL SYMBOLS IN LANGUAGE PROCESSORS. FRANCIS A. WILLIAMS JR
NORC HIGH-SPEEO PRINTER. GENE H. GLEISSNER
.
REMARKS ON 'ON COMPUTING RAOIATloN INTEGRALS' • WILLIAM H. ANDERSON
A TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTING CRITICAL ROTATIONAL SPEEDS OF FLEXIBLE SHAFTS ON AN AUTOMATIC COMPJTER •
B. L. SCHWARTZ, H. A. CRESS
PROGRAMMING FOR A MACHINE WITH AN EXTENDED ADDRESS CALCULATIONAL MECHANISM. HEINZ SCHECHER
REMARKS ON THE PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF CHARACTERISTIC VALUE PROBLEMS. A. WOUK
ABSTRACTS OF ICIP
ON GAT AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSLATORS • B. ARDEN. R. GRAHAM
BINARY CONVERSION, WITH FIXED DECIMAL PRECISION, OF A DECIMAL FRACTION. DONALD TARANTO
PARAMETER ESTIMATION FOR SIMPLE NONLINEAR MODELS. WEN M. CHOW
A HIGH-SPEED SORTING PROCEDURE. D. L. SHELL
A REAL TIME DATA ASSIMILATOR. HANS W. GSCHWIND
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 11 NO 3 JUL 59
AN EOUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN COMPUTING. JACK HOLLINGSWORTH
PROPOSAL FOR A FEASIBLE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM. PHILIP R. BAGLEY
CONSTRUCTION OF A SET OF TEST MATRICES. M. J. AEGERTER
STATISTICAL PROGRAMS FOR THE IBM 650. PART I • JOHN W. HAMBLEN
THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY IN COMPUTERS. DATA PROCESSING. AND RELATED FIELDS. LOUIS FEIN
CENTRAL EUROPEAN COMPUTERS • NELSON M. BLACHMAN
A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS • R. W. SEMER
ALGOL SUB-COMMITTEE REPORT-EXTENSIONS
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 194' ·1963

81BLIOGRAPHY
CACM599
CACM599
CACM599
CACM599
CACM599
CACMS99
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM590
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM59N
CACM590
CACM590
CACM59D
CACM59D
CACM590
CACM59D
CACM59D
CACM601
CACM601
CACM601
CACM601
CACM601
CACM602
CACM602
CACM602
CACM602
CACM602
CACM6D2
CACM602
CACM602
CACM602
CACM602
CACM603
CACM603
CACM603
CACM603
CACM603
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACH601t
CACH601t
CACMbOIt
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACM601t
CACH601t
CACH601t
CACM605
CACM605
CACM605
CACM605
CACM605
CACM605
CACM605
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM606
CACM607
CACM601
CACM601
CACM601
CACM607
CACM601
CACM601
CACM608
CACM608
CACM608
CACM609
2

25
28
29
31
33
34

REMARKS ON ALGOL AND SYMBOL MANIPULATION • JULIEN GREEN
OCTAL DIAGRAMS OF 81~ARY CONCEPTION AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO COMPUTER DESIGN LOGIC. SHU-T'IEN LI
MULTI-DIMENSIONAL LEAST-SQUARES POLYNOMIAL CURVE FITTING. FRED H. LESH
IBM 709 TAPE MATRIX COMPILER • S. D. HORNICK
THE ALPHA VECTOR TRA~SFORMATION OF A SYSTEM OF LINEAR CONSTRAINTS • STEPHEN J. WERSAN
SURVEY OF PROGRESS A~D TREND OF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS A~D
MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, AS OF DECEMBER 1951, III
3 LEM-l, SMALL SIZE GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER USING MAGNETIC IFERRITE) ELEMENTS. U. A. MACHMUDOV
10 J.E.I.D.A. AND ITS COMPUTER CENTER
17 PROPOSED STANDARD FLOW CHART SYMBOLS
19 AN ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATOR • H. KANNER
22 SALE, A SIMPLE ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE FOR ENGINEERS. W. R. BRITTENHAM, K. CLARK, G. KUSS, H. THJMPSON
25 RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SHARE ALGOL COMMITTEE
26 REMARKS ON 'AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR GENERATING UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED POINTS ON THE SURFACE OF AN
N-DIMENSIONAL SPHERE' • J. M. COOK
21 ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF MICROFLOWCHARTS • S. GORN, P. Z. INGERMAN, J. B. CROZIER
32 STATISTICAL PROGRAMS FOR THE IBM 650, PART II
38 ORACLE CURVE PLOTTER. C. T. FIKE
itO SHIFT-REGISTER CODE FOR INDEXING APPLICATIONS. M. NADLER, A. SENGUPTA
It RUSSIAN VISIT TO U.S. COMPUTERS. E. M. ZAITZEFF, M. M. ASTRAHAN
12 COMMENTS ON 'A PROPOSAL FOR A G~NERALIZED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS' • SIMON M. NEWMAN
13 MULTIPROGRAMMING STRETCH, FEASIBILITY CONSIDERATIONS. E. F. COOD, E. S. LOWRY, E. MCDONOUGH,
C. A. SCALZI
11 FLOW OUTLINING, A SUBSTITUTE FOR FLOW CHARTING. W. T. GANT
18 RUNCIBLF., ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION ON A LIMITED COMPUTER • DONALD E. KNUTH
21 A TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING MACRO INSTRUCTIONS. IRWIN D. GREENWALD
23 A NEW METHOD OF COMPUTATION OF SQUARE ROOTS WITHOUT USING DIVISION. DIRAN SARAFYAN
1 SOME NOTES ON COMPUTER RESEARCH IN EASTERN EUROPE • MORTON NADLER
3 FINGERS OR FISTS • W. BUCHHOLZ
12 THE SECANT METHOD, FOR SIMULTANEOUS NONLINEAR EQUATIONS • PHILIP WOLFE
13 AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
lit A PROPOSED INTERPRETATION IN ALGOL. E. T. IRONS, F. S. ACTON
16 IMPACT OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS • STANLEY M. HUMPHREY
20 A QUEUE NETWORK SIMULATOR FOR THE IBM 650 AND BURROUGHS 220 • R. W. CONWAY, B. M. JOHNSON. W. L. MAXWELL
1 TWO THINK PIECES. PHILIP R. BAGLEY
2 A SAP-LIKE ASSEMBLY PROGRAM FOR THE IBM 650 • A. E. SPECKHARD
6 ABSTRACTS, ADDITIONAL NUCLEAR REACTOR CODES
20 A HIGH-SPEED SORTING PROCEDURE • R. M. FRANK, R. B. LAZARUS
21 OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 12 NO 1 JAN 60
10 A PROPOSAL FOR A SET OF PUBLICATION STANDARDS FOR USE BY THE ACM • ERIC R. KENT
11· A PROPOSAL FOR CHARACTER CODE COMPATABILITY • R. W. BEMER
72 A TERMINOLOGY PROPOSAL • FRED GRUEN BERGER
16 SEQUENTIAL FORMULA TRANSLATION • K. SAMELSON, F. L. BAUER
83 SELFCIPHER, PROGRAMMING'. HAROLD N. PELTA
81t COD'ING ISOMORPHISMS. WILLIAM C. LYNCH
85 THE BASIC SIDE OF TAPE LABELLING. WILLIAM A. LOGAN
86 COMMENTS ON 'A NEW METHOD OF COMPUTATION OF SQUARE ROOTS WITHOUT USING DIVISION' • J. F. TRAJB
81 MARRIAGE, WITH PROBLEMS • JEROME P. SCHUCHTER
91 COMrUTER PREPARATION OF A POETRY CONCORDANCE. JAMES A. PAINTER
131 SOV1~TCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, 1959 • S. N. ALEXANDER, P. ARMER, M. M. ASTRAHAN. L. BERS,H. H. GOODE,
H. D. HUSKEY, M. RUBINOFF. W. H. WARE
161 A NOTE ON THE USE OF THE ABACUS IN NUMBER CONVERSION. H. KANNER
168 THE EXECUTE OPERATIONS, A FOURTH MODE OF INSTRUCTION SEQUENCING. F. P. BROOKS
170 AN ALGORITHM DEFINING ALGOL ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS • ROBERT W. FLOYD
111 NUMERICAL INVERSION OF LAPLACE TRANSFORMS. LOUIS A. SCHMITTRDTH
183 ACM CONFERENCE ON SYMBOL MANIPULATION, PROGRAM AND PREPRINTS
181t RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS OF SYMBOLIC EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR COMPUTATION 8Y MACHINE, PART I • JOHN MCCARTHY
195 SYMBOL MANIPULATION BY THREADED LISTS. ALAN J. PERLIS, CHARLES THORNTON
205 AN INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION PROCESSING LANGUAGE V • ALLEN NEWELL, F. TONGE
211 SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC AUGMENTS TO ALGOL. JOSEPH W. SMITH
213 SYMBOL MANIPULATION IN XTRAN • JULIEN GREEN
211t MACRO INSTRUCTION EXTENSIONS OF COMPILER LANGUAGES. M. DOUGLAS MCILROY
220 PROVING THEOREMS BY PATTERN RECOGNITION, I • HAD WANG
235. DECODING COMBINATIONS OF THE FIRST N INTEGERS TAKEN K AT A TIME. RICHARD M. BROWN
236 A CONTROL SYSTEM FOR LOGICAL 8LOCK DIAGNOSIS WITH DATA LOADING. M. E. SENKO
21tl A HIGH-SPEED MULTIPLICATION PROCESS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. FRED GURII.
21t5 AN IMAGINARY NUMBER SYSTEM • DONALD E. KNUTH
259 OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 12 NO 2 APR 60
299 REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60 • P. NAUR, J. W. BACKUS. F. L. BAUER, J. GREEN, w. KATZ,
J. MCCARTHY, A. J. PERLIS, H. RUTISHAUSER, K. SAMELSON, B. VAUQUOIS, J. H. WEGSTEIN,
A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN, M. WOODGER
315 WHAT IS A CODE • G. W. PATTERSON
319 DIVISIONLESS COMPUTATION OF SQUARE ROOTS THROUGH CONTINUED SQUARING. DIRAN SARAFYAN
321 A START AT AUTOMATIC STORAGE ASSIGNMENT. ROBERT L. PATRICK
322 A TECHNIQUE FOR COUNTING ONES IN A BINARY COMPUTER •.PETER WEGNER
323 ABBREVIATING WORDS SYSTEMATICALLY. JUNE A. BARRETT, MANDALAY GREMS
.
325 BENDIX G-20 SYSTEM
339 THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. ANDREW D. BOOTH
342 THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER MATHEMATICS AT MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY. I. S. BEREZIN
31t5 COMPILING CONNECTIVES • CHARLES J. SWIFT
3ltl MULT.IPROGRAM SCHEDULING, PARTS 1 AND 2. INTRODUCTlDN AND THEORY. E. F. CODD
351 A SHORT METHOD FOR MEASUR.ING ERROR IN A LEAST-SQUARES POWER SERIES. S. M. ROBINSON, G. W. SfR~8LE
352 CONVERSION BETWEEN FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATIONS. C. PERRY
355 THE SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING A GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL CJMPUTER •
W. H. ANDERSON
361 INTERVAL ESTIMATION OF THE TIME IN ONE STATE TO TOTAL TIME RATIO IN A DOUBLE EXPONENTIAL PRO:ESS •
W. R. NEAL
361 ATLAS, A NEW CONCEPT IN LARGE COMPUTER DESIGN
380 A TURNING POINT IN THE COMPUTER INDUSTRY • FRANCIS WAGNER, JEANETTE ORGILL, FRED GRUENBERGER
1t0l DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITIES
1t08 SOME THOUGHTS ON RECONCILING VARIOUS CHARACTER SET PROPOSALS. EDWARD A. VOORHEES
409 THE MULTILINGUAL TERMINOLOGY PROJECT. J. E. HOLMSTROM
413 MULTJPROGRAM SCHEDULING, PARTS 3 AND It. SCHEDULING ALGORITHM AND EXTERNAL CONSTRA·INTS • E. F. CODD
U8 COMBINING ALGOL STATEMENT ANALYSIS WITH VA:'IDITY CHECKING. PAUL MCISAAC
420 PROGRAMMING COMPATIBILITY IN A FAMILY OF CLOSELY RELATED DIGITAL COMPUTERS • WILLIAM F. LUEBBERT
439 OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 12 NO 3 JUL 60
463 NELIAC, A DIALECT OF ALGOL. HARRY D. HUSKEY, M. H•. HALSTEAD, R. MCARTHUR
468 A SHORT STUDY OF NOTATION EFFICIENCY • HOWARD J. SMITH JR
416 DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITIES, II
U8 AN INTRODUCTORY PROBLEM IN SYMBOL MANIPULATION FOR THE STUDENT • ROBERT F. ROSIN
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 191t6-1963

2

BI BLI OGRAPHY
CACMb09
CACM609
CAC"b09
CIICMb09

490
500
501
509

CACHb09
CACMbOO
CACHbOO
CACMbOO
CACHbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACHbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbOO
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACM60N
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACMbON
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACM60D
CACM60D
CACH60D
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACHbOD
CACMbOD
CACMbOD
CACMbll
CACHbll
CACMbll
CACMbll
CACMbll
CACMbll
CACMbll
CACMbll

513
519
522
528
530

CACMbll
CACHbll
CACH611
CACMbll
CACMb 11
CACMbll
CACMbll

42
51
55
59

CACMbll
CACMblZ
CACMb12
CACMbl2
CACM612
CACM612
CACMbl2
CACM612
CACM612
CACMb12
CACHb13
CACMb13
CACMb13
CACMb13
CACMb13
CACMb14
CACMb14
CACMb14
CACMb14
CACMb14
CACM614
CACMb14
CACMbl4
CACMb14

15
90
9B
99
102
103
104
101
108
110
142
143

53b

537
538
539
540
541
542
544
515
b05
bOl

bll
b14
bib
bll

biB
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b32

b3B
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b4B
649
649
652
655
65B
659
661
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3
10
15
19
23
28
31
3b

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65
10

14b

141
Ib4
Ibl
Ib8
Ib9
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111
112
114
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CACMbl4
CACMbl4
CACMb15
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CACMb15
CACMbl5
CACMbl5
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CACMblb
CACM616
CACM61b
CACMb16
3

192
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191
205
212
218
222
224
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256
26b

268
212
211>

TRIE MEMORY. EDWARD FREOKIN
RAPIDLY CONVERGENT EXPRESSIONS FOR EVALUATING E TO THE X • A. BERIN
COMMENTS FROM A FORTRAN USER • JOHN M. BLATT
A DECISION RULE FOR IMPROVED EFFICIENCY IN SOLVING LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS WITH THE SIMPLEX ALGORITHM
• J. C. DICKSON, F. P. FREDERICK
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITIES, III
REPORT ON A CONFERENCE OF UNIVEKSITY COMPUTING CENTER DIRECTORS
CONFERE~CE REPORT ON THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN ENGINEERING CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
AUTOMATIC GRADERS FOR PROGRAMMING CLASSES. JACK HOLLINGSWORTH
00 IT BY THE NUMBERS, DIGITAL SHORTHAND. R. W. BEMER
COMMENT ON 'DECOOING COMBINATIONS OF THE FIRST N INTEGERS TAKEN K AT A TIME' • JULIUS LIE8LEIN
A LIST OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS PROGRAMS FOR THE IBM b50, DATATRON 205, ANO UNIVAC SS-80
COMMENTS ON A TECHNIQUE FOR COUNTING ONES. P. M. SHERMAN
SOME THOUGHTS ON PARALLEL PROCESSING • L. D. YARBROUGH
CORRIGENDA TO 'SOME THOUGHTS ON RECONCILING VARIOUS CHARACTER SET PROPOSALS'
EVALUATING NUMBERS EXPRESSED AS STRINGS OF ENGLISH WORDS. CHARLES J. SWIFT
A NOTE ON THE CALCULATION OF INTEREST. P. Z. INGERMAN
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITIES, IV
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 12 NO 4 OCT bO
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM. ROLAND SILVER
COMPILATION FOR TWO COMPUTERS WITH NELIAC • KLEBER S. MASTERSON JR
LEAST SQUARES FITTING OF A GREAT CIRCLE THROUGH POINTS ON A SPHERE. LEENDERT DE WITTE
OVER-ALL COMPUTATION CONTROL AND LABELLING. ANATOL HOLT
A SIMPLE TECHNIQUE FOR CODING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. P. SEFTON, R. VAILLANCOURT
NOTE ON EIGENVALUE COMPUTATION • JAN F. ANDRUS
AN ESTIMATION OF THE RELATIVE EFFICIENCY Of TWO INTERNAL SORTING METHOOS • H. NAGLER
THE SUMAOOR CHINO • JAMES L. ROGERS
CHARACTER SCANNING ON THE IBM 1010 • A. E. SPECKHARD
OPTIMIZERS, THEIR STRUCTURE. R. F. WHEELING
SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARO CODES. H. J. SMITH JR, F. A. WILLIAMS JR
SURVEY OF CODED CHARACTER REPRESENTATION. R. W. BEMER
ON PROGRAMMING THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS. KENNETH W. ELLENBERGER
FIBONACCIAN SEARCHING. DAVID E. FERGUSON
A NOTE ON APPROXIMATING E TO THE X • S. LUBKIN
PROGRAMMED ERROR CORRECTION IN PROJECT MERCURY. B. DIMSDALE, G. M. WEINBERG
MULTIPLE PRECISION ARITHMETIC. DAVID A. POPE, MARVIN L. STEIN
A METHOD FOR OVERLAPPING ANO ERASURE OF LISTS. GEORGE E. COLLINS
TWO METHODS FOR WORD INVERSION ON THE IBM 109 • ROBERT A. PRICE, PAUL DES JARDINS
DIGITAL SIMULATION OF DISCRETE FLOW SYSTEMS. C. J. MOORE, T. S. LEWIS
COPE (CONSOLE OPERATOR PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION) • DAVID FARBMAN, RICHARD KETOVER
A COMPARISON OF b50 PROGRAMMING METHODS. T. B. CURTZ, J. F. RIORDAN, M. SPOHN
A BASIC COMPILER FOR ARITHMETIC EXPRESSIONS. H. D. HUSKEY, W. H. WATTENBURG
RECURSIVE PROCESSES AND ALGOL TRANSLATION. A. A. GRAU
USE OF MAGNETIC TAPE FOR OATA STORAGE IN THE ORACLE-ALGOL TRANSLATOR • H. BOTTENBRUCH
THE CLIP TRANSLATOR • DONALO ENGLUND, ELLEN CLARK
CL-I, AN ENVIRONMENT fOR A COMPILER. T. E. CHEATHAM JR, G. O. COLLINS JR, G. F. LEONARD
THE INTERNAL ORGANIZATIO~ OF THE MAD TRANSLATOR. B. W. ARDEN, B. A. GALLER, R. M. GRAHAM
MADCAP, A SCIENTIFIC COMPILER FOR A DISPLAYED FORMULA TEXTBOOK LANGUAGE • MARK B. WELLS
THE USE OF THREADED LISTS IN CONSTRUCTING A COMBINED ALGOL AND MACHINE-LIKE ASSEMBLY PROCESSJR •
A. EVANS JR, A. J. PERLIS, H. VAN ZOEREN
AN ALGORITHM FOR CODING EFFICIENT ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS. ROBERT W. FLOYD
A SYNTAX DIRECTED COMPILER fOR ALGOL 60 • EOGAR T. IRONS
THUNKS • P. l . INGERMAN
DYNAMIC DECLARATIONS. P. Z. INGERMAN
ALLOCATION OF STORAGE FOR ARRAYS IN ALGOL 60 • KIRK SATTLEY
COMMENTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RECURSIVE PROCEDURES AND BLOCKS IN ALGOL bO • E. T. IRONS, W. FEURZEI~
COMPILI~G TECHNIQUES FOR 800LEAN EXPRESSIONS AND CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS IN AL~OL bO • H. D. ~USKEY,
W. H. WA TTENBURG
THE SLANG SYSTEM. R. A. SIBLEY
A CARD FORMAT FOR REFERENCE FILES IN INFORMATION PROCESSING. MANDALAY GREMS
MULTIPLE-PRECISION OIVISION • PHILIP RABINOWITZ
MULTIPLE PROGRAMMING OATA PROCESSING. B. L. RYLE
TWO SUBROUTINES FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION WITH AN ALGEBRAIC COMPILER. J. W. CARR III, J. W. HANSON
COMMENT ON A PAPER O~ PARALLEL PROCESSING. M. R. NEKORA
THE BKS SYSTEM FOR THE PHILCO-2000 • RICHARO B. SMITH
ON FINDING MINIMUM ROUTES IN A NETWORK WITH TURN PENALTIES. TOM CALDWELL
STATISTICAL PROGRAMS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. NORMAN BUSH
ORION
AN ALTERNATE FORM OF THE 'UNCOL' DIAGRAM. HARVEY BRAT MAN
COMPARISON OF ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE CALCULATION OF NTH ROOTS. J. F. TRAUB
BITWISE OPERATIONS. C. STRACHEY
A GENERALIZEO TECHNIQUE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION A-NO NUMERICAL CALCULATION. OOUGLAS T. ROSS
AUTOMATEO WEATHER PREOICTION
TOPOLOGICAL ORDERING OF A LIST OF RANDOMLY-NUMBERED ELEMENTS OF A NeTWORK. DANIEL J. LASSER
EIGENVALUES OF A SYMMETRIC 3X3 MATRIX. OLIVER K. SMITH
BESSEL FUNCTIONS OF INTEGRAL ORDER AND COMPLEX ARGUMENT. MARION C. GRAY
ON THE COMPILATION OF SUBSCRIPTED VARIABLES. R. E. NATHER
ON APPROXIMATING TRANSCENDENTAL NUMBERS BY CONTINUED FRACTIONS. E. KARST
TABLE LOOK-AT TECHNIQUES • P. M. SHERMAN
PROGRAMMED ERROR CORRECTION ON A OECIMAL COMPUTER. G. M. WEINBERG
FURTHER SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARD CODES • H. MCG. ROSS
A PRACTICAL TECHNIQUE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMUM RELAXATION FACTOR OF THE SUCCESS lIE
OVER-RELAXATION METHOD. H. E. KULSRUD
SOME NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS USING NEWTON'S METHOD FOR NONLINEAR PARABOLIC AND ELLIPTIC BOUNDAlY-VALUE
PROBLEMS. RICHARD BELLMAN, MARIO L. JUNCDSA, ROBERT KALABA
DIVISIONS AND SQUARE ROOT IN THE QUARTER-IMAGINARY NUMBER SYSTEM. MORTON NADLER
AUTOMATIC DRAFTING VIA COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL
THE RCA bOl • K. KOZARSKY, ARTHUR MENDELSOHN
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN IS NO LONGER PUBLISHED IN CACM
DESIGN OF AN IMPROVED TRANSMISSION-DATA PROCESSING CODE. R. W. BEMER, H. J. SMITH JR, F. A. WILLIAMS JK
AN INDI.RECT CHAINING METHOD FOR ADORESSING ON SECONDARY KEYS. L. R. JOHNSON
SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATIONS AND COMPUTER STORAGE PROBLEMS IN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.
RICHARD BELLMAN
A METHOD FOR EVALUATING THE AREA OF THE NORMAL FUNCTION. FRANK B. BAKER
AUTOMATIC A8STRACTING AND INDEXING, SURVEY AND RECOMMENDATIONS. H. P. EDMUNDSON, R. E. WYLLYS
THE STATE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN EUROPE. NELSON M. BLACHMAN
OPERATIONAL COMPATIBILITY OF SYSTEMS, CONVENTIONS
ALGOL 60 CONFIDENTIAL • D. E. KNUTH, J. N. MERNER
LOGIC STRUCTURE TABLES. H. N. CANTRELL, J. KING, F. E. KING
ON A CLASS OF ITERATION FORMULAS AND SOME HISTORICAL NOTES. J. F. TRAUB
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 194b-19b3

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
CACM616
C4CM61b
CACMb17
CACMb17
CACM617
CAtM61l
CACMb17
CACMb18
CACMb18
CAC"b18
CACMb18
CAC"b18
CACM618
CAC"b18

279
284
310
314
315
317

318
336
340
347
350
353
353
354

CAC"b18
CACM61B
CACMb19
CAC'4b19

355
356
372
380

CACM619
CAC"619
CAC"619
CAC"619
CACM619
CACM619
CACMb19
CACM619
CACM610
CACM610
ACM610
CACM610
CAC"610
CACM610

389
393
394
396
398
399
402
404
417
417
419
421
422
431
435

CACM610
CAC"610
CACM610
CACM610
CACM610
CAC"610
CACMbl0
CACM61N
CACMblN
CACM61N
CAC"61N
CACM61N
CACM61N
CACM61N
CACM6UI
CACM61N

436
441
446
449
454
460
466
488
491
492
495
496
496
497
499
504

CACM61N
CACM61N
CACM61N
CACMblO
CACM610
CACM61D
CACM610
CACMbID
CACM610
CACM61D

507
513
516
532
542
545
551
553
555
557

~AC"610

CACM610 559
CACMblO 562
CACM610 566
CACM61D 589
CACM621
8
CACM621 11
CACM621 16
CACM621 19
CACMb21 28
CACM621 34
CACM621
CACM621
CACM621
CACMb21
CACM621

40
43
51
54
63

CACM622
CACM622
CACM622
CACM622
CACM622
CACM622
CACM622

82
98
101
102
102
103
115

CACM622 118
CACM623 145
CACM623
CACM623
CACM623
CACMb23
CACM623

156
159
160
161
16.5

CACM623 169
4

COMBAT VEHICLE FIRING STABILITY (ACTIVE SUSPENSION) • C. M. FISCHER
ON THE APPROXIMATION OF CURVES BY LINE SEGMENTS USING DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING • R. BELLMAN
AN ALGORITHM FOR EQUIVALENCE DECLARATIONS. BRUCE W. ARDEN, BERNARD A. GALLER, ROBERT M. GRAHAM
SOLUTION OF TRIDIAGONAL MATRICES. R. C. WENRICK, A. V. HOUGHTON
A DIVISIONLESS METHOD DF INTEGER CONVERSION. WILLIAM R. CLARKSON, BENJAMIN M. PRINCE
AN ITERATIVE METHOD FOR INVERSION OF POWER SERIES. J. N. BRAMHALL
A FURTHER NOTE ON APPROXIMATING E TO THE X • DONALD OLIVIER
SOME BASIC TERMINOLOGY CONNECT EO WITH MECHANICAL LANGUAGES AND THEIR PROCESSORS • SAUL GORN
COBOL, A SAMPLE PROBLEM • THOMAS N. MAKINSON
A GENERALIZED PDLYPHASE MERGE ALGORITHM. SAMUEL W. REYNOLDS
A 48-BIT PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR • HEIDI G. KUEHN
A NOTE ON MULTIPLE PRECISION ARITHMETIC. ALBERT G. COX, F. MARCUS
A NDTE ON FITTING GREAT CIRCLES BY LEAST SQUARES. CURT H. A. LUTHER
NOTE ON THE CONSTRUCTION DF RATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS FOR THE ERROR FUNCTION AND FOR SIMILAR FJNCTIONS •
W. W. CLENOENIN
COMMENT ON 'AN IMAGINARY NUMBER SYSTEM'
COMPUTER FINOS A RAILROAD CAR
THE APPLIEO MATHEMATICS LABORATORY OF THE DAVIO W. TAYLOR MODEL BASIN. MORRIS RICHSTONE
AN IR LANGUAGE FOR LEGAL RETRIEVAL STUDIES. WILLIAM B. KEHL, JOHN F. HORTY, CHARLES R. T. BACON,
DAVIO S. MITCHELL
USE OF MOBL IN PREPARING RETRIEVAL PROGRAMS. JOYCE HOFFMAN, ASCHER OPLER
A SYNTACTICAL CHART OF ALGOL 60 • WARREN TAYLOR, LLOYO TURNER, RICHARD WAYCHOFF
THE GENERALIZED IMPORTANT EVENT TECHNIQUE. NORMAN SHAPIRO, HERMAN VREENEGOOR
MANIPULATION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS. ARNOLO R. M. ROM
INVERSION .OF A COMPLETE MATRIX • LEONARO TORNHEIM
OPTIMUM TAPE WRITING PROCEOURES • G. K. HUTCHINSON
PUTTING A HEX ON E TO THE X • WALLACE FEURZEIG
ALGOL REFERENCES IN COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, 1960-1961
A PREPLANNEO APPROACH TO A STORAGE ALLOCATION COMPILER. ROBERT W. O'NEILL
THE CASE FOR OYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION • BURNETT H. SAMS
A GENERAL FORMULATION OF STORAGE ALLOCATION. A. E. ROBERTS JR
PROBLEMS OF STORAGE ALLOCATION IN A MULTIPROCESSOR MULTIPROGRAMMEO SYSTEM. R. J. MAHER
PROGRAM ORGANIZATION ANO RECORO KEEPING FOR OYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION. ANATOL W. HOLT
DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION FOR AN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM • BURNETT H. SAHS
OYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION IN THE ATLAS COMPUTER. INCLUDING AN AUTOMATIC USE OF A BACKING STJRE •
JOHN FOTHERINGHAM
EXPERIENCE IN AUTOMATIC STORAGE ALLDCATION • GEDRGE O. COLLINS JR
A STDRAGE ALLOCATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60 • J. JENSEN, P. MONDRUP, P. NAUR
A SEMI-AUTOMATIC STORAGE ALLOCATION SYSTEM AT LOAOING TIME. WILLIAM P. HEISING, RAY A. LARNER
TECHNIQUES FOR STORAGE ALLOCATION ALGORITHMS. J. E. KEllEY JR
CORE ALLOCATION BASED ON PROBABILITY. BERNARO N. RISKIN
STOCHASTIC EVALUATION OF A STATIC STORAGE ALLOCATION. LEO J. COHEN
THE INTERNATIONAL IMPACT OF COMPUTERS. ISAAC L. AUERBACH
SOME PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF ALGOL 60 • C. STRACHEY, M. V. WILKES
FITTING SPHERES BY THE METHOO OF LEAST SQUARES. STEPHEN M. ROBINSON
LOW LEVEL LANGUAGE SUBROUTINES FOR USE WITHIN FORTRAN • M. P. BARNETT
AODENOUM TO A GENERALIZED POLYPHASE MERGE ALGORITHM. S. W. REYNOLDS
LIBRARY LOADING WITH ALTERNATE ROUTINE SELECTION. DONALD P. MOORE
MAP. C. L. MOORE, M. L. RUWE
TAPE SPLITTING. OONALD P. MOORE
SMALGOL-61
ON A PROGRAM FOR RAY-CHAUOHURI'S ALGORITHM FOR A MINIMUM COVER OF AN ABSTRACT COMPLEX •
OOMtNIQUE C. FOATA
PROGRAMMING A DUPLEX COMPUTER SYSTEM • JAMES DOW
BALLISTIC CAM DESIGN. MARY ARCHAMBAULT
AN ENGINEERING APPLICATION OF LOGIC-STRUCTURE TABLES. R. C. NICKERSON
SPECIFICATION LANGUAGES FOR MECHANICAL LANGUAGES ANO THEIR PROCESSORS, A BAKER'S DOlEN. SAUL GORN
WHAT IS PROPRIETARY IN MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING, 'IMPRESSIONS OF A PANEL OISCUSSION • L. WHEAT01 SMITH
N-DIMENSIONAL COOES FOR OETECTING ANO CORRECTING MULTIPLE ERRORS. MORRIS RUBINOFF
NOTES ON GEOMETRIC WEtGHTED CHECK DIGIT VERIFICATION. J. G. WILSON
MACHINE CALCULATION OF MOMENTS OF A PROBABILITY OISTRIBUTION • J. A. LECHNER
PROCESSING MAGNETIC TAPE FILES WITH VARIABLE BLOCKS. J. W. GRAHAM, O. A. SPROTT
INEFFICIENCY OF THE USE OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS. J. VERHOEFF, W. GOFFMA~,
JACK BELZER
SIMULATION ANO ANALYSIS OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, I, REPRESENTATION OF CHEMICAL KINETICS. DAVID GARFINKEL.
JOSEPH D. RUTLEOGE, JOSEPH J. HIGGINS
COMPUTER PROOUCTION OF PEEK-A-BOO SHEETS. OONALO ROBBINS
SOVIET CYBERNETICS A~D COMPUTER SCIENCES, 1960 • EDWARO A. FEIGENBAUM
AUTHOR INOEX, 1958-1961
THE PROS AND CONS OF A SPECIAL IR LANGUAGE. JEAN E. SAMMET, HERBERT OHLMAN, H. G. BOHNERT
INFORMATION STRUCTURES FOR PROCESSING AND RETRIEVING. ROBERT A. COLILLA, BURNETT H. SAMS
AN INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH THE ABILITY TO EXTRACT INTELLIGENCE FROM DATA. T. L. WANG
COMIT AS AN tR LANGUAGE. VICTOR H. YNGVE
LANGUAGE PROBLEMS POSED BY HEAVILY STRUCTURED OATA • ROBERT F. BARNES
TRANSLATION OF RETRIEVAL REQUESTS COUCHED IN A 'SEMIFORMAL' ENGLISH-LIKE LANGUAGE. T. E. CHEATHAM JR,
S. WARSHAll
USE OF SEMANTIC STRUCTURE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS • J. o. SABLE
A SURVEY OF LANGUAGES AND SYSTEMS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. MANOALAY GREMS
ALGORITHM INOEX, 1961)-1961
A STRING LANGUAGE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION BASED ON ALGOL 60 • J. H. WEGSTEIN, W. W. YOUDEN
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, II, SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. RICHARO LARSON,
PETER SELLERS, RUBEN MEYER
AN INTROOUCTION TO ALGOL. H. R. SCHWARZ
SURGE, A RECODING OF THE COBOL MERCHANDISE CONTROL ALGORITHM. LEONARD F. LONGO
A NELIAC-GENERATEO 7090-1401 COMPILER. J. B. WATT, W. H. WATTENBURG
TAPE SPLITTING IN AN ITERATIVE PROGRAM. CONRAO WEISERT
A NOTE ON MULTtPLYING BOOLEAN MATRICES. JAMES J. BAKER
MANIPULATION OF TREES IN INFORMATtON RETRIEVAL. GERARD SALTON
StMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, III, ANALYSIS AND PATTERN RECOGNITION. DAVID GARFINKEL,
WtLLIAM POLK, JOSEPH J. HIGGINS, ROBERT T. OCHSER
VECTORCAROIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOStS WITH THE AID OF ALGOL. G. E. FORSYTHE, J. VON DER GROEBEN. J. G. TOOLE
AUTOMATIC-PROGRAMMING-LANGUAGE TRANSLATION THROUGH SYNTACTICAL ANALYSIS. ROBERT S. LEDLEY,
JAMES B. WILSON
AN EVALUATtON OF AUTDCOOE REAOABILITY • P. V. ELLIS
ON A ·WIRED-IN BINARY-TO-DECIMAL CONVERSION SCHEME. W. C. LYNCH
ON A FLOATING-POINT ~UMBER REPRESENTATION FOR USE WITH ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGES. A. A. GRAU
KNOTTED LIST STRUCTU~ES • J. WEIZENBAUM
A METHOO OF REPRESENTATION, STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF 13 RANOOM CODES IN A ~-DIGIT NUMBER OR 16 RANDOM
COOES IN A 5-DIGIT NUMBER • MALCOLM B. FOSTER
RETRIEVAL OF MISSPELLED NAMES IN AN AtRLINES PASSENGER RECORD SYSTEM • LEON DAVIOSON
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

19~6-1963

BIBLIOGRAPHY
CACM623
CACM623
CACM624
CACM624
CACM624
CACM624
CACM624
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
CACM625
C4CM625
C4CM625
C4C"625

172
174
190
205
209
211
224
236
237
254
256
260
261
262
263
269
272
273
277
278
282

C4CM626
CACM626
CACM626
CAC"'626
CACM626
CACII626
CACM626
C4CM626
CACM627
CACM627
C4CM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM627
CACM628
CACM628
CACM628
CACM628
C4CM628
CACM628
CACM628
CACM628

297
298
300
327
337
343
343
349
376
381
382
383
384
394
397
399
399
40O
401
404
407
409
412
423
423
426
432
433
441
443
445
441

CACM628
CACM628
CACM629
CACM629

45O
459
410
472

CACM629
C4CM629
CACM629
CACM629
CACM629
CACM629
CACM629
CACM629
CACM620
CACM620
CACM620
CACM620
CACM620
CACM620
C4CM620
CACM620
CACM620

473
477
419
48O
483
484
486
487
502
505
507
508
508
508
515
526
527

C4CM620
CACM62N
CACM62N
C4CM62N
CACM62N
CACM620
CACM62D
CACM62D
CACM62D
CACM62D
CACM62D
CACM62D
CACM62D

532
547
558
563
567
576
590
595
599
602
602
607
613

CACM62D 615
CACM62D 618
CACM631
1
CACM631
CACM631
CACM631

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COMPUTERS, THE KEY TO TOTAL SYSTEMS CONTROL, AN INDUSTRIAL VIEWPOINT. WALTER M. CARLSON
POSEIOO~

AN INFORMATION ALGEBRA, PHASE 1 REPORT, LANGUAGe STRUCTURE GROUP OF THE COOASYL DEVELOPMENT CO"MITTEE
AODRESSING MULTIDIME~SIONAL ARRAYS. H. HELLERMAN
THE CALCULATION OF EASTER • DONALD KNUTH
A METHOD FOR ELIMINATING AMBIGUITY DUE TO SIGNAL COINCIDENCE IN DIGITAL DESIGN. C. J. KAISER
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF CITY TRAFFIC
WHY COBOL • JOSEPH F. CUNNINGHAM
BASIC ELEMENTS OF COBOL 61 • JEAN E. SAMMET
COBOL AND COMPATIBILITY. A. LIPPITT
INTERIM REPORT ON BUREAU OF SHIPS COBOL EVALUATION PROGRAM • MILTON SIEGEL, ALBERT E. SMITH
SYNTACTICAL CHARTS OF COBOL 61 • RICHARD BERMAN, JOSEPH SHARP, LAWRENCE STURGES
A REPORT WRITER FOR COBOL. W. L. DONALLY
THE COBOL LIBRARIAN. W. HICKS
MODULAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS WRITTEN IN COBOL. J. C. EMERY
FLOATING-POINT ARITHMETIC IN COBOL. O. KESNER
GUIDES TO TEACHING CD8DL • I. GREENE
AN ADVANCED INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A C080L COMPILER • C. A. 80UMAN
AN INTRODUCTION TO A MACHINE-INDEPENDENT DATA DIVISION • J. P. MULLIN
COBOL BATCHING PR08LEMS • J. W. MULLEN
INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH AN OPERATING MULTIPROGRAMMING SYSTEM. NORMAN LANDIS, ANDREW MANOS,
L. RICHARD TURNER
ACM MEMBERSHIP SURVEY JANUARY 1, 1962
RETIRING COMPUTER PIONEER, HOWARD AIKEN • ANTHONY G. OETTINGER
FIFTEEN YEARS ACM • FRANZ L. ALT
REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE FORTRAN II • IRVING N. RABINOWITZ
A REDUNDANCY CHECK FOR ALGOL PROGRAMS • HENRY C. THACHER JR
ONE LOST BIT. C. A. OSTER
A NOTE ON SAMPING A TAPE FILE. T. G. JONES
ANALYTIC DIFFERENTIATION BY COMPUTER. JAMES W. HANSON, JANE SHEARIN CAVINESS, CAMILLA JOSEP~
COMMUNICATION BETWEE~ INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS • PETER WEGNER
SOLUTION OF EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS WITH APPROXIMATELY KNOWN EIGENVECTORS. KLAUS APPEL
A MODIFIED INVERSION PROCEDURE FOR PRODUCT FORM OF THE INVERSE LINEAR PROGRAMMING CODES • L. J. LARSEN
SIMULATION OF A COMPUTER TIMING DEVICE. ROGER H. SIMONSEN
ON TRANSLATION OF BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS. H. H. BOTTENBRUCH, A. A. GRAU
A MACHI~E PROGRAM FDR THEOREM-PROVING • MARTIN DAVIS, GEORGE LOGEMANN, DONALD LOVELAND
NONLINEAR REGRESSION AND THE SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS. ROBERT M. BAER
TRIANGULAR WALK PATTERN FOR THE DOWN-HILL METHOD OF SOLVING A TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATION. MORIJ ONOE
QUICK CALCULATION OF JACOBIAN ELLIPTIC FUNCTIONS. HERBERT E. SALZER
DIGITAL SYNTHESIS OF CORRELATED STATIONARY NOISE • P. R. PEABODY, O. S. ADORNO
ON THE COMPUTATION OF RATlON4L APPROXIMATIONS TO CONTI)lUOUS FUNCTIONS. W. FRASER, J. F. HART
PERSON-IIATCHING BY ELECTRONIC METHODS. WILLIAM PHILLIPS JR, ANIT4 K. BAHN, MABEL MIY4SAKI
A COMPUTER METHOD FOR RADIATION TREATMENT PLANNING. WILLI4M SILER, JOHN S. L4UGHLIN
REGRESSION AND CODED PATTERNS IN DATA EDITING. D. E. ROBISON, L. A. AROIAN
FORTRAN FOR BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING • o. K. ROBBINS
COMPUTER SCIENCE MOVIES
CONFERENCE BOARD OF THE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
THE DESCRIPTION LIST OF CONCEPTS • R. B. BANERJI
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN FORTRAN. I. C. PYLE
4 COMPUTER TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING ANALYSIS OF 'VARIANCE • JOHN R. HOWELL
FURTHER REMARKS ON LINE SEGMENT CURVE-FITTING USING DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING. BRIAN GLUSS
A SET OF MATRICES FOR TESTING COMPUTER PROGRAMS. J. L. BRENNER
A PROCEDURE FOR INVERTING LARGE SYMMETRIC MATRICES. WILLIAM R. BUSING, HENRI A. LEVY
A 'FINITE SEQUENTIALLY COMPACT PROCESS FOR THE ADJOINTS OF MATRICES OVER ARBITRARY INTEGRAL DJMAINS •
H. A. LUTHER, L. F. GUSEMAN JR
THE PROPERTY CLASSIFICATION METHOD OF FILE DESIGN AND PROCESSING. WILLIAM C. MCGEE
ANALYSIS OF A FILE ADDRESSING METHOD. G. SCHAY JR, W. G. SPRUTH
NATIONAL ACM MEMBERSHIP SURVEY
SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN MATHEMATICS, PROGRAMMING AND ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
OCCUPA nONS
USE OF MULTIPROGRAMMING IN THE DESIGN OF A LOW COST DIGITAL CDMPUTER • J. P. PENNY" T. PEARCEY
PROGRAMMED METHODS FDR PRINTER GRAPHICAL OUTPUT. DAVID GARFINKEL
CURRENT STATUS OF IPL-V FOR THE PHILCO 2000 COMPUTER IJUNE 1962) • STUART S. SHAFFER
A HEURISTIC FOR PAGE TURNING IN A MULTI PROGRAMMED COMPUTER. JOHN W. WElL
ON THE ~ONEXISTENCE OF A PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR FOR ALGOL 60 • ROBERT W. FLOYD
TALL, A LIST PROCESSOR FOR THE PHILCO 2000 COMPUTER • JULIAN FELDMAN
A ONE-DAY LOOK AT COMPUTING. G. W. 4RMERDING, F. J. GRUENBERGER, S. L. MARKS, T. R. PARKIN
CORRIGENDUM TO 'QUICK CALCULATION OF JACOBIAN ELLIPTIC FUNCTIONS'
A DISPERSION PASS ALGORITHM FOR THE POLYPHASE MERGE. 4RMANDO G. MENDOZA
IMPLEMENTING A STACK • H. D. BAECKER
FURTHER REMARKS ON SAMPLING A TAPE FILE, I • MERVIN E. MULLER
FURTHER REMARKS ON SAMPLING A TAPE FILE, II • MORTON NADLER
A TEST MATRIX FOR INVERSION PROCEDURES • M. L. PEl
INPUT DATA ORGANIlAnON IN FORTRAN. LYNN D. YARBROUGH
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER. M. P. BARNETT, R. P. FUTRELLE
ON AMBIGUITY IN PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGES • ROBERT W. FLOYD
COMPUTER PATTERN RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES, ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS • LAWRENCE STARK,
MITSUHARU OKAJIMA, GERALD H. WHIPPLE
CODING OF MEDICAL CASE HISTORY DATA FOR COMPUTER ANALYSIS • MARTIN LIPKIN, MAX A. WOODBURY
REITERATION OF ACM POLICY TOWARD STANDARDIZATION
TOPOLOGICAL SORTING OF LARGE NETWORKS • A. B. KAHN
RECORD LINKAGE. HOWARD B. NEWCOMBE, JAMES M. KENNEDY
ONLINE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR MEASUREMENTS OF A NEUROLOGICAL CONTROL SYSTEM. L. STARK, R. PAY~E, Y. OKABE
MECHANICAL PRAGMATICS, A TIME-MOTION STUDY OF A MINIATURE MECHANICAL LINGUISTIC SYSTEM. SAUL GDRN
COMPILING MATRIX OPERATIONS. BERNARD A. GALLER, ALAN J. PERLIS
EVALUATION OF POLYNOMIALS BY COMPUTER. DONALD E. KNUTH
A DECISION MATRIX AS THE BASIS FOR A SIMPLE DATA INPUT ROUTINE • G. J. VASILAKOS
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN 1620 FORTRAN II • JESSE H. POORE JR
FIXED-WORD-LENGTH AR~AYS IN VARIABLE-WORD-LENGTH COMPUTERS. JOHN A. SONQUIST
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTER USE. ROY N. FREED
MULTIPLE SHOOTING METHOD FOR TWO-POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS. DAVID D. MORRISON, JAMES D. RILEY,
JOHN F. lANCANARO
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN WESTERN GERMANY. H. K. SCHUFF
IBM 1440 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM FEATURES FIVE NEW UNITS
REVISED REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60 • PETER NAUR, J. W. BACKUS, F. L. BAUER, J. GREEN,
C. KATZ, J. MCCARTHY, A. J. PERL IS, H. RUTISHAUSER, K. SAMELSON, B. VAUQUOIS, J. H. WEGSTEI~,
A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN, M. WOOOGER
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ALGOL 60 REPORT
SUGGESTIONS ON ALGOL 60 IROME) ISSUES
ARITHMETIZING DECLARATIONS, AN APPLICATION TO COBOL. MELVIN E. CONWAY, JOSEPH SPERONI
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

5

BIBLIOGRAPHY
CACM631
CACM631
CACM631
CACM631
CACM631
CACM631
CACM632
CACM632
CACM632
CACM632
CACM632
CACM632

28
31
32
35
37
48
51
58
63
64
65
66

CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM633
CACM634
CACM634
CACM634
CACM634
CACM634
CACM634
CACM634

76
79
83
85
86
89
91
93
100
101
101
102
102
105
106
107
108
111
117
123
1-1
142
143
152
159
169
172
176

CACM634
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635

190
194
201
206
214
217
220
223
225
227
231
240
245

77

CACM635 248
CACM635 255
CACM635 259
CACM635 264
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM635
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636

267
272
280
281
294
305
306
307
309

CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636
CACM636

310
310
310
317
321
325
330
329
332

CACM636
CACM637
CACMC.37
CACM631
CACM637
CACM637
CAC"I631
CACM637
CACM637

336
367
375
376
384
384
384
385
391

CACM631
CACM637
CACM638
CACM638
CACM638
CACM638
CACM638

396
409
422
427
430
433
435

6

STORAGE AND SEARCH PROPERTIES Of A TREE-ORGANIZED MEMORY SYSTEM. A. K. SCIDMDRE, B. L. WEINBERG
TERMS fREQUENTLY COMBINED IN PROBLEM DESCRIPTION. MANDALAY GREMS
fORTRAN SUBROUTINE fOR TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. M. J. R. HEALY, B. P. BOGERT
A RECURSIVE PROGRAM FOR THE GENERAL N-DIMENSIONAL INTEGRAL. J. H. CADWELL
GENERATING OISCRETE RANOOM VARIABLES IN A COMPUTER. G. MARSAGLIA
THE REACTIVE TYPEWRITER. CALVIN N. MOOERS
USA NATIONAL ACTIVITV REPORT TO ISO-TC 97-WORKING GROUP E, COMPUTERS AND INfORMATION PROCESSING
SYSTEMATIC MISTAKE ANALYSIS OF OIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMS. JOAN C. MILLER, CLIFFORD J. MALONEY
DECIMAL-TO-BINARY CONVERSION Of SHORT FIELDS. L. D. YARBROUGH
GLOSSARY CONSTRUCTION. MANDALAY GREMS
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN FORTRAN. THEODORE S. LEWIS
LINEAR PROGRAMMING APPLIED TO ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY. WILLIAM C. WHITE, MARVIN B. SHAPIRO,
ARNOLD W. PRATT
TOWARD BETTER DOCUMENTATION Of PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES, INTRODUCTION. VICTOR H. YNGVE, JEAN E. SAMMET
DOCUMENTATION PROBLEMS, ALGOL 60 • PETER NAUR
COBOL • JOSEPH F. CUNNINGHAM
COMIT • VICTOR H. YNGVE
fORTRAN • W. P. HEISING
DOCUMENTATION OF IPL-V • ALLEN NEWELL
JOVIAL AND ITS DOCUMENTATION. CHRISTOPHER J. SHAW
NELIAC • M. H. HALSTEAD
SURVEY OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND PROCESSORS
ADDRESSING AN ARRAY Y-SUB-I IN K-DIMENSIONS BY fORTRAN FOR ANALYSIS Of VARIANCE. M. J. GARBER
A VARIANT METHOD OF FILE SEARCHING. M. D. MCILROY
SELECTIVE INSTRUCTION TRAP FOR THE 7090 • ROBERT J. MAYER
TEST MATRIX FOR INVERSION • WILLIAM S. LASOR
CORRIGENOUM, ARITHMETIZING DECLARATIONS. MELVIN E. CONWAY, JOSEPH SPERONI
NOTE ON THE PROOF OF THE NON-EXISTENCE Of A PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR FOR ALGOL 60 • PETER J. BROWN
CHARACTERISTIC VALUES ANO VECTORS OF OEFECTIVE MATRICES. GENE T. THOMPSON
A COMPUTATIONAL EXTENSION OF THE VARIATE OIFFERENCE METHOO • PERRY A. SCHEINOK
AN ITERATIVE FACTORIZATION TECHNIQUE FOR POLYNOMIALS. H. A. LUTHER
SIGNIFICANCE ARITHMETIC ON A OIGITAL COMPUTER. MAX GOLDSTEIN
RECOL, A RETRIEVAL COMMAND LANGUAGE. W. D. CLIMENSON
EVERYMAN'S INFORMATION SYSTEM. V. W. WHITLEY
INDEX TO THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, VOLUMES 1-5, 1958-1962 • W. W. YOUDEN
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ACM REPOSITORY
ACM INAUGURATES VISITING SCIENTISTS PROGRAM
SELECTEO DEFINITIONS. W. BARKELEY FRITZ
OFFICIAL ACTIONS AND RESPONSES TO ALGOL 60 AS A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
A SUGGESTED METHOD OF MAKING fULLER USE Of STRINGS IN ALGOL 60 • MIRIAM G. SHOfFNER, PETER J. SROWN
LEAST SQUARES FITTING Of PLANES TO SURfACES USING DYNAMIC
BIO NEWS LETTER NO.1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, BIBLIO~RAPHY •
SALLEY L. EMPEY
COMPUTER PRODUCTION OF TERRAIN MODELS
SORTING ON COMPUTERS • C. C. GOTLIEB
INTERNAL AND TAPE SORTING USING THE REPLACEMENT-SELECTION TECHNIQUE. MARTIN A. GOETZ
AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MINIMAL STORAGE SORTING. THOMAS N. HIBBARD
MULTI PHASE SORTING. HAROLD H. MANKER
STRING DISTRIBUTION FOR THE POLYPHASE SORT • W. OAVIO MALCOLM JR
READ-BACKWARD POLYPHASE SORTING. R. L. GILSTAO
A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE POLYPHASE AND OSCILLATING SORT TECHNIQUES' MAKTIN A. GOETZ, GLORIA S. TOTH
COMPUTER-PLANNED COLLATES • NORMAN C. fRENCH
A TAPE FILE MERGE PATTERN GENERATOR. WILLIAM S. COOKE
SORTING NONREDUNDANT fILES-TECHNIQUES USED IN THE fACT COMPILER. JOHN B. GLORE
SORTING WITH LARGE VOLUME, RANDOM ACCESS. DRUM STORAGE. JOEL fALKIN, SAL SAVASTANO JR
ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE OF DATA ON DISK fILE MEMORY SYSTEMS fOR EfFICIENT SORTING ANO OTHER DATA
PROCESSING PROGRAMS • MARTIN A. GOETZ
SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF SORTING IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS USING RANOOM ACCESS STORAGE DEVICES.
GEORGE U. HUBBARD
THE COBOL SORT VERB. J. B. PATERSON
A METHOD OF COMPARING THE TIME REQUIREMENTS Of SORTING METHODS. MICHAEL H. HALL
DESIGN AND CHARACTERISTICS Of A VARIABLE-LENGTH RECORD SORT USING NEW fIXED LENGTH RECORD SO~TING
TECHNIQUES. MARTIN A. GOETZ
CONVERSION, RECONVERSION AND COMPARISON TECHNIQUES IN VARIABLE LENGTH SORTING. DAVID J. WAKS
USE Of TREE STRUCTURES FOR PROCESSING FILES. EDWARD H. SUSSENGUTH JR
BIBLIOGRAPHY, SORTING
GLOSSARY Of SORTING AND MERGING TERMS
STRUCTURES OF STANDARDS-PROCESSING ORGANIZATIONS IN THE COMPUTER AREA
COBOL INfORMATION BULLETIN NO. 1
A NOTE ON RANGE TRANSfORMATIONS FOR SQUARE ROOT AND LOGARITHM. R. W. BEMER
A PENNY-MATCHING MACHINE. ELIZABETH WALL. RICHARD M. BROWN
A COMPUTER PROGRAM fOR ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE fOR A TWO-LEVEL FACTORIAL DESIGN. CATHERINE BRITTJN,
I. f. WAGNER
SELf-INVERSE CONVERSION TABLE. THOMAS G. SANBORN
ANOTHER TEST MATRIX FOR DETERMINANTS AND MATRICES • JOHN CAFFREY
1410 FORTRAN EDIT fEATURES • JOHN E. FEDAKO
CORC, THE CORNELL COMPUTING LANGUAGE. R. W. CONWAY, W. l. MAXWELL
THE EXTERNAL LANGUAGE KLIPA FOR THE URAL-2 DIGITAL COMPUTER. MAREK GRENIEWSKI, WLAOYSLAW TU~SKI
INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW NETWORK CALCULATORS. H. N. CANTRELL
OISK FILE SORTING. THOMAS SCHICK
REMARKS ON fORTRAN SUBROUTINES fOR TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. CARL M. BENNETT
PIP, A PHOTO-INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS Of SPARK CHAMBER DATA. HARRY RUDLOE. MARTI~ DEUTSCH,
THOMAS MARILL
DESCRIPTRAN, AUTOMATED DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY. RAYMOND A. KLIPHAROT
A SYNTACTIC DESCRIPTION OF BC NELIAC • H. D. HUSKEY, RALPH LOVE, NIKLAUS WIRTH
X3.4 fORMS ALGOL TASK GROUP
REAL-TIME PROGRAMMING SPECIfICATIONS. R. V. HEAO
FURTHER REMARKS ON SAMPLING A TAPE fILE, III • O. C. JUELICH
CHECKING FOR LOOPS IN NETWORKS • R. M. GORDON
POLYNOMIAL EVALUATION REVISITED. S. H. EISMAN
REALIZING BOOLEAN CO~NECTIVES ON THE IBM 162Q • H. HELLERMAN, D. N. SENliG
THE LINKING SEGMENT SUBPROGRAM LANGUAGE AND LINKING LOADER. JOHN MCCARTHY, fERNANDO J. CORBATJ,
MARJORIE M. DAGGETT
DESIGN Of A SEPARABLE TRANSITION-DIAGRAM COMPILER. MELVIN E. CONWAY
A CATALOGUE ENTRY RETRIEVAL SYSTEM. BENSON H. SCHEff
AMERICAN STANDARD CODE FOR INfORMATION EXCHANGE
SABRAC, A TIME-SHARING LOW-COST COMPUTER. M. LEHMAN, l. NETTER, R. ESHED
DEBUGGING SYSTEMS AT THE SOURCE LANGUAGE LEVEL. H. EAHL fERGUSON, ELIZABETH BERNER
A LIST-TYPE STORAGE TECHNIQUE fOR ALPHANUMERIC INFORMATION. HENRY J. BOWLDEN
MAPPED LIST STRUCTURES • H. D. BAECKER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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JOURNAL OF THE IASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY. I V. 1BALTIMORE, JANUARY 1954QA76.A77
LC CARD NO. 57-23489

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MULTIPLE-PRECISION BINARY-TO-OECIMAL INTEGER CONVERSION USING ONLY ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.
DAVID F. KEYES, DONALD P. MOORE
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN 7090 FORTRAN • D. D. SMITH
A SYNTAK CONTROLLED GENERATOR OF FORMAL LANGUAGE PROCESSORS. J. EICKEL, M. PAUL, F. L. BAUER.
K. SAMELSON
SOME REMARKS ON THE SYNTAK OF SYMBOLIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES. ALFONSO 01 CARRACCIDLD 01 FORINO
A NOTE ON THE DANGLING 'ELSE' IN ALGOL 60 • ARTHUR F. KAUPE JR
DIALECTS OF FORTRAN. I. C. PYLE
CONTINUED OPERATION ~OTATION FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION AND ARRAY PROCESSING. M. P. BARNETT
SKELETAL STRUCTURE OF PERT AND CPA COMPUTER PROGRAMS • ARTHUR B. KAHN
SIMULATION OF A TRAFFIC NETWORK. JESSE H. KATZ
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR EDITING THE NEWS • WAYNE A. DANIELSON, BRUCE BRIGGS
AN EKPONENTIAL METHOD OF NUMERICAL INTEGRATION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • DAVID A. PJPE
USA NATIONAL ACTIVITY REPORT TO ISO-TC 97-SUBCOMMITTEE 5, COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING, 1~ MAY
1963
ALT NEW CHAIRMAN OF X3.4
YE INDISCREET MONITOR • JOHN M. BLATT
A PROCEDURE FOR CONVERTING LOGIC TABLE CONDITIONS INTO AN EFFICIENT SEQUENCE OF TEST INSTRUCTIONS.
J. F. EGLER
CLOSING OUT A PRINT TAPE. DONALD P. MOORE
A NOTE ON A SET OF TEST MATRICES FOR INVERSION. ROBERT D. RODMAN
PEl MATRIK EIGENVALUES • A. C. R. NEWBERY
NOTE ON STOCHASTIC MATRICES. ARNOLD I. DUMEY
A SEMI-ITERATIVE PROCESS FOR EVALUATING ARCTANGENTS • WEN-HWA CHU, DONALD R. SAATHOFF
SYMMETRIC LIST PROCESSOR. J. WEIZENBAUM
AN OPEN LETTER TO X3.4.2
MIRFAC, A COMPILER BASED ON STANDARD MATHEMATICAL NOTATION AND PLAIN ENGLISH. H. J. GAWLIK
A GENERALIZATION OF ALGOL • NIKLAUS WIRTH
COMPUTER-DRAWN FLOWCHARTS • DONALD E. KNUTH
ON THE APPROKIMATE SOLUTION OF DELTA U = FIUI • D. GREENSPAN, M. YOHE
A GENERAL PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SQUARE AND RECTANGULAR LATTICE DESIGNS. K. W. SMILLIE
COMPUTER SCIENCE MOVIES
GROUP PARTICIPATION COMPUTER DEMONSTRATION. E. M. MCCORMICK
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM
A PROFILE OF THE PROGRAMMER • FRANK COSS
ECMA SUBSET OF ALGOL 60
ALCOR GROUP REPRESENTATION OF ALGOL SYMBOLS
REPORT ON PROPOSED AMERICAN STANDARD FLOWCHART SYMBOLS FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING. ROBERT J. ROSSHEIM
FORMAT-FREE INPUT IN FORTRAN. M. J. BAILEY, M. P. BARNETT, R. P. FUTRELLE
VARIABLE WIDTH STACKS • NAOMI ROTENBERG, ASCHER OPLER
AN EXPERIMENT IN AUTOMATIC VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMS. G. M. WEINBERG, G. L. GRESSETT
PARTITIONING ALGORITHMS FOR FINITE SETS. GEORGE HUTCHINSON
ON THE INVERSE OF A TEST MATRIK • FRANK J. STOCKMAL
A CONTOUR-MAP PROGRAM FOR X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY • M. O. DAYHOFF
DATA-DIAL; TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION WITH COMPUTERS FROM ORDINARY DIAL TELEPHONES. THOMAS MARILL,
DANIEL EDWARDS, WALLACE FEURZEIG
A NUMERICAL METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF MOVING FIELD ISODOSE CURVES FOR TREATMENT PLANNI~G IN
RADIOTHERAPY. GLENN V. DALRYMPLE, RUHERI PEREZ-TAMAYO
AN AUTOMATIC DATA ACQUISITION AND INQUIRY SYSTEM USING DISK FILES • JAMES D. EDWARDS
USE OF THE DISK FILE ON STRETCH. B. G. CARLSON, E. A. VOORHEES
A COMPARISON OF DISKS AND TAPES • HERMAN HESS
AN EKTENSION OF FIBO~ACCIAN SEARCH TO SEVERAL VARIABLES. P. KROLAK, L. COOPER
ACM PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE • ALAN J. PERLIS
ACM ORGANIZATION PAGE
A DESCRIPTION OF THE APT LANGUAGE • S. A. BROWN, C. E. DRAYTON, B. MITTMAN
USA PARTICIPATION IN AN INTERNATIONAL GLOSSARY ON INFORMATION PROCESSING. J. F. TRAUB
REPORT OF A VISIT TO DISCUSS COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND POLAND. 1963 •
JOHN A. GOSDEN
A SERIAL TECHNIQUE TO DETERMINE MINIMUM PATHS. DON L. WEIMER
RECURSIVE PROGRAMMING IN FORTRAN II • JAMES A AYERS
FLEKIBLE ABBREVIATION OF WORDS IN A COMPUTER LANGUAGE. R. G. LOOMIS, J. RUBIN
AN ERROq-CDRRECTING PARSE ALGORITHM. E. T. IRONS
RECENT IMPROVEMENTS IN MADCAP • MARK B. WELLS
OPTIMIZING BIT-TIME COMPUTER SIMULATION. JESSE H. KATZ
LENGTH OF STRINGS FOR A MERGE SET • DONALD E. KNUTH
ON THE COMPUTATION OF A CERTAIN TYPE OF INCOMPLETE BETA FUNCTIONS. I. C. TANG
CODING CLINICAL LABORATORY DATA FOR AUTOMATIC STORAGE ANO RETRIEVAL. LEONARD D. GROSS
APPLICATION OF IBM EDP METHODS TO THE CALCULATION OF THE FORMATION CON~TANTS OF COMPLEX IONS.
A. C. ANOREWS, JOHN HASSLER, FRANK DECOU
ACM-NCA SYMPOSIUM ON BANKING AUTOMATION, ABSTRACTS
ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION AT AUTOMATING BANKS. JAMES B. ECKERT
RECENT OEVELOPMENTS AFFECTING ADP IN TAX ADMINISTRATION. GEORGE J. LEIBOWITZ
TELEFILE, A CASE STUDY OF AN ONLINE SAVINGS BANK APPLICATION. M. S~'IDERS
SOME LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN THE BANKING BU~.NESS • ROY N. FREED
A SPECIFICATION OF JOVIAL. CHRISTOPHER J. SHAW
INOEKING AND THE LAMBDA NOTATION. M. P. BARNETT
MORE TEST MATRICES FOR DETERMINANTS AND INVERSES • THOMAS S. ENGLAR

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THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY. S. 8. WILLIAMS
THE IBM 701 SPEEOCODING SYSTEM • J. W. BACKUS
LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM BILLING ANO COMBINED OPERATIONS 8Y ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. R. T. WISEMAN
THE IBM MAGNETIC DRUM CALCULATOR TYPE 650 • F. E. HAMILTON, E. C. KUBIE
EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AS APPLIED TO ANALOGUE COMPUTERS • H. JACOBS JR
SURVEY OF ANALOG MULTIPLICATION SCHEMES • C. M. EDWARDS
AUTOMATIC STRAIN-GAGE AND THERMOCOUPLE RECORDING ON PUNCHED CARDS. RICHMOND PERLEY
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 6 NO 1 JAN 54
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE DYSEAC • ALAN L. LEINER
PROBLEMS IN ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. PAUL BROCK, SYBIL ROCK
THE GENERATION OF PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBERS ON A DECIMAL CALCULATOR. JACK MOSHMA~
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 6 NO 2 APR 54
A METHOD OF SOLVING BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS ON PUNCH CARD MACHI~ES •
STEFAN BERGMAN
A METHOD OF DETERMINING PLATE BENDING BY USE OF A PUNCHED-CARD MACHINE • A. D. WASEL
NUMERICAL TREATMENT OF A FOU~TH ORDER PARABOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION. STEPHEN H. C{A~DALL
ON SINGLE VS •. TRIPLE ADDRESS COMPUTING MACHINES. CALVIN C. ELGOT
RUNNING A COMPUTER EFFICIENTLY. C. C. GOTLIES
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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AN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL A~ALYZER AS A DIFFERE~CE ANALYZER. LOUIS B. WADEL
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 6 NO 3 JUL 5~
THE IBM TYPE 702, AN ELECTRONIC OATA PROCESSING MACHINE FOR 8USINESS • C. J. BASHE, W. BUCHHaLZ,
N. ROCHESTER
CALCULATION OF GENERALIZED HYPERGEOME~RIC SERIES. SUSIE E. ATTA, WARD C. SANGREN
PU8LIC UTILITY CUSTOMER ACCOUNTING,ON'THE TYPE 650 MAGNETIC ORUM OAT A PROCESSING MACHINE.
GEORGE F. TREXLER
ON THE DEMONSTRATION OF HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTERS. WALTERF. BAUER, JOHN W. CARR III
A MULTIPLE PURPOSE OItTHO!llORMALlZING CODE AND ITS USES. PHILIP, DAVIS, PHILIP RABINOWITZ
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 6 NO 4 OCT 5~
SOME PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES FOR THE ERMETH • HEINZ RUTISHAUSER
PROPAGATION OF TRUNCATION ERRORS IN THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY REPEATEO
CLOSURES • H.J. GRAY JR
A GENERAL CARD-PROGRAM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE INVERSE LAPLACE TRANSFORM • C. K. TITUS
ANALOGUE STUDY OF ELECTRON TRAJECTORIES. BENJAMIN F. LOGAN, GEORGE R. WELTI, GEORGE C. SPONSLER
IMPLICIT VS. EXPLICIT RECURRENCE FORMULAS FOR THE LINEAR OIFFUSION EQUATION. STEPHEN H. CRA~DALL
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 7 NO 1 JAN 55
MECHANISMS AND ROBOTS • F. J. MURRAY
ANALOG INTERPOLATOR FOR AUTOMATIC CONTROL • GEORGE J. MDSHOS
TESTING OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS • HOWARD HAMER, JEROME D. KENNEDY
MAlNTE"'NCE AND ACCEPTANCE TESTS USED ON THE MIDAC • EDWARD P. GRANEY
REDUCTION OF RUNS IN MULTIPARAMETER COMPUTATIONS. HERSCHEL WElL
SOME EXPERIMENTS IN IDEAL FACTORIZATION ON THE MIDAC • HARVEY COHN
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 7 NO 2 APR 55
ORDVAC SOLUTIONS OF THE DIRICHLET PROBLEM • DAVID M. YOUNG
ON THE VIBRATION OF A SQUARE CLAMPED PLATE. MILTON, ABRAMOWITZ, WILLIAM F. CAHILL
MEMORY MATRIX USING FERROELECTRIC CONDENSERS AS 81STABLE ELEMENTS • CHARLES F. PULVARI
DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION. MORRIS RUBINOFF
A SIMPLE DESK-CALCULATOR METHOD FOR CHECKING BINARY RESULTS OF DIGITAL-COMPUTER ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS.
FRANCES L. PARSONS
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 7 NO 3 JUL 55
PRECISION MODULATORS ANO DEMODULATORS. CARL G. BLANYER
TRANSCODE, A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC CODING FOR FERUT • J. N. P. HUME, BEATRICE H. WORSLEY
AUTOMATIC COOING FOR THE IBM 701 • T. P. GORMAN, R. G. KELLY, R. B. REDDY
ON THE COMPUTATION OF EXPONENTIAL AND HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS USING CONTINUED FRACTIONS. NATHAHEL MACON
CORRELATION COMPUTATION ON ANALOG DEVICES. V. S. HANEMAN, J. W. SENDERS
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 7 NO ~ OCT 55
PRESIDENTIAL AOORESS TO THE ACM • ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
AN OPTIMIZING PROGRAM FOR THE IBM 650 • BARRY GORDON
A SUBROUTINE FOR COMPUTATIONS WITH RATIONAL NUMBERS. PETER HENRICI
AUTOMATIC COMPUTATIO!llS WITH POWER SERIES • PETER HENRICI
SIMULATION OF DIGITAL FILTERS ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER. LOUIS B. WADEL
A KUTTA THIRD-ORDER PROCEDURE FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS REQUIRING MINIMUM STORAGE •
SAMUEL D. CONTE, R. F. REEVES
REPORT ON EXPERIMENTS IN APPROXIMATING THE SOLUTION OF A DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION • ROBERT L. YDUNG
RATES OF CONVERGENCE IN NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE DIFFUSION EQUATION. RICHARD H. STARK
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 8 NO 1 JAN 56
EASIAC, A PSEUDO-COMPUTER • ROBERT PERKINS
CONDITIONAL MONTE CARLO • J. M. HAMMERSLEY
A NOTE ON MICROPROGRAMMING. HERBERT T. GLANTZ
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
WIND TUNNEL DATA REDUCTION USING PAPER-TAPE STORAGE MEDIA. WILLIAM R. HOOVER, JOHN J. WEDEL,
JOSEPH R. BRUMAN
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 8 NO 2 APR 56
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINE OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE U.S.S.R'•• S. A. LEBEDEV
SORTING ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTER SYSTEMS • EDWARD H. FRIEND
SORTING BY ADDRESS CALCULATION. E. J. ISAAC, R. C. SINGLETON
A GENERAL SYSTEM FOR HANDLING ALPHAMERIC INFORMATION ON THE IBM 701 COMPUTER • ROBERT H. BRACKEN,
BRUCE G. OLDFIELD
AN INTEGRATED COMPUTATION SYSTEM FOR THE ERA-1103 • WALTER F. BAUER
TRANSFER FUNCTION SIMULATION BY MEANS OF AMPLIFIERS AND POTENTIOMETERS • L. E. HEilER, S. J. ABRAHAM
ON THE GENERATION OF ERRORS IN THE DIGITAL EVALUATION OF CONTINUED FRACTIONS. NATHANIEL MACON.
MARGARET BASKERVILL
SOME INVERSE CHARACTERISTIC VALUE PROBLEMS. A. C. OOWNING JR, A. S. HOUSEHOLDER
A NOTE ON THE MIDPOI~T METHOD OF INTEGRATION. MARK LOTKIN
AN EXTENSION OF MILNE'S THREE-POINT METHOD. GLENN H. KEITEL
AN ITERATIVE PROCEDURE FOR THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF A REAL SYM~ETRJC MATRIX
• RICHARD ELTON VON HOLDT
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 8 NO 3 JUL 56
A DESCRIPTION OF A COOPERATIVE VENTURE IN THE PRODUCTION OF AN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM. WESLEY S. MELAHN
THE PACT I CODING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM TYPE 701 • CHARLES L. BAKER
LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PACT I COMPILER • OWEN R. MOCK
PRODUCING COMPUTER I~STRUCTIONS FOR THE PACT I COMPILER. ROBERT C. MILLER JR, BRUCE G. OLDFIELD
PACT LOOP EXPANSION. GUS HEMPSTEAD, JULES I. SCHWARTZ
SEMI-AUTOMATIC ALLoCATION OF DATA STORAGE FOR PACT I • J. I. DERR, R. C. LUKE
CONCLUSIONS AFTER USING THE PACT I ADVANCED CODING TECHNIQUE. I. O. GREENWALD, H. G. MARTIN
ON THE CONVERGENCE OF MATRIX ITERATIONS. ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
HIGHER ORDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ANALOGUE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIDNS • MICHAEL E. FISHER
PREVENTION OF PROPAGATION OF MACHINE ERRORS IN LONG PROBLEMS. J. H. BROWN, JOHN W. CARR 'III,
BOYD LARROWE, J. R. MCREYNOLDS
THE OIGITAL APPROXIMATION OF CONTOURS. ROBERT M. MASON
ARITHMETICAL ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL COMPUTING NETS. RICHARD C. JEFFREY
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 8 NO ~ OCT 56
RETIRING PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
INAUGURAL PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. JOHN W. CARR III
PACT IA • T. B. STEEL JR
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION. WALTER F. BAUER, GEORGE P. WEST
A STABLE IMPLICIT FI~ITE DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATION TO A FOURTH ORDER PARABOLIC EQUATION. SAMUEL D. CONrt
RATIONAL APPRDXIMATIJNS TO THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION. YUOELL L. LUKE
CHEBYSHEV APPROXIMATION OF A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION BY A CLASS OF FUNCTIONS • ABE SHENITZER
EFFECT OF PROPAGATED ERROR ON INVERSE OF HILBERT MATRIX. SUSIE E. ATTA
SORTING CARDS WITH RESPECT TO A MODULUS • DERRICK H. LEHMER
THE DESIGN AND USE OF HAZARD-FREE SWITCHING NETWORKS. DAVID A. HUFFMAN
A VARIANT TO TURING'S THEORY OF COMPUTING MACHINES. HAD WANG
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 9 NO 1 JAN 57
TEST OF AN INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEM ON FERUT • J. H. CHUNG, C. C. GOTLIEB
INFORMATION SEARCHING WITH THE 701 CALCULATOR. R. H. BRACKEN, H. E. TILLITT
HYDROOYNAMIC PROBLEMS IN~OLVING LARGE FLUID DISTORTIONS. FRANCIS H. HARLOW
OESIGNI~G COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER. GENE H. LEICHNER
THE DOWN-HILL METHOD OF SOLVING FIZI = 0 • JAMES A. WARD
COMPUTER LITERATURE BI[lLlOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ROUTINE FOR THE ELLIOTT 401 • F. YATES, S. LIPTON
MItRO-PROGRAMMING • ROBERT J. MERCER
MACHINE FEATURES FOR A MORE AUTOMATIC MONITORING SYSTEM ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS. CHARLES J. SWIFT
EXPERIMENTS IN CHESS • J. KISTER, P. STEIN, S. ULAM, W. WALDEN, M. WELLS
ON THE RECOGNITION OF INFORMATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER. HERBERT T. GLANTZ
BURROUGHS TRUTH FUNCTION EVALUATOR. WILLIAM MIEHLE
THE LOGIC OF AUTOMATA, PART I • ARTHUR W. BURKS, HAD WANG
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 9 NO 2 APR ~7
ACCOUNT IDENTIFICATION FOR AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING. ANTHONY G. DETTINGER
STANDARDIZED PROGRAMMING METHODS AND UNIVERSAL CODING. SAUL GORN
TWO PROGRAMMING TECH~IQUES FOR ONE-PLUS-ONE AODRESS COMPUTERS • S. LIPTON
THE LOGIC OF AUTOMATA, PART II • ARTHUR W. BURKS, HAO WANG
THE CHARACTERISTIC VALUE-VECTOR PROBLEM • WALLACE GIVENS
THE METHOD OF REDUCED MATRICES FOR A GENERAL TRANSPORTATION PR08LEM • PAUL S. DWYER, BERNARD A. GALLER
ON BATEMAN'S METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR INTEGRAL EQUATIONS. GENE THOMAS THOMPSON
A METHOD FOR INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF MONTE CARLO INTEGRATION. J. H. HALTON, D. C. HANDS COMB
ON THE 'BEST' AND 'LEAST QTH' APPROXIMATION OF AN OVERDETERMINED SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS.
ALLEN A. GOLDSTEIN, NORMAtl LEVINE, JAMES B. HERRESHOFF
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS AND SELECTION OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS. T. C. ROWAN
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE TEST AND EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME tOMPUTER PROGRAMS. DAVID R. ISRAEL
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH OCN VOL 9 NO 3 JUL 57
COMPUTATIONS IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY. THEODORE J. WILLIAMS, R. CURTIS JOHNSON, ARTHUR ROSE
SYMBOLIC DESIGNATIONS FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. A. WEINBERGER, H. LOBERMAN
FORMAL PROCEDURES FOR CONNECTING TERMINALS WITH A MINIMUM TOTAL WIRE LENGTH. H. LOBERMAN. A. WEINBERGER
SWAC COMPUTATIONS FOR SOME M X N SCHEOULING PROBLEMS. R. T. NELSON. J. R. JACKSON
PROGRAMMED MULTIPLICATION ON THE IBM 407 • ROGER L. BOYELL
ERRORS DUE TO OVERFLOW IN ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS PARTICULARLY AS REGARDS FINAC ELECTRONIC COMPUTER •
PAOLO ERCOLI, ROBERTO VACCA
CONOENSIITION AND LOOK-UP PROCEDURES FOR DOUBLE ENTRY TABLES. NATHANIEL MACON
MAXIMIZING FUNCTIONS OF ROTATIONS. EXPERIMENTS CONCERNING SPEED OF DIAGONALIZATloN OF SYMMETRIC MATRICES
USING JACOBI'S METHOD. DAVID A. POPE. C. TOMPKINS
OPTIMUM RECURRENCE FORMULAS FOR A FOURTH ORDER PARABOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION •
STEPHEN H. CRANDALL
OETERMI~ATION OF THREE PERCENTILES OF THE OMEGA-SUB-N DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION • BERNARD SHERMAN
CODES FOR THE CLASSICAL MEMBRANE PROBLEM • C. L. GERBERICH, W. C. SANGREN
TSHEBYSHEFF APPROXIMATIONS FOR POWER SERIES. ROBERT C. M'INNICK
ON THE COMPUTATION OF THE NUMBER OF SOLUTIONS OF CERTAIN TRINOMIAL CONGRUENCES. EMMA LEHMER.
H~ S. VANDIVER
THE UNIVERSAL ELECTRONIC DIGITAL MACHINE (URAL) FOR ENGINEERING RESEARCH. IU. IA. BAZILEVSKII
CONFERENCE ON MATRIX COMPUTATIONS (ABSTRACTS)
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH DCN VOL 9 NO 4 OCT 51
LANGUAGE TRANSLATION • A. F. R. BROWN
SWAt EXPERIMENTS ON THE USE OF ORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIALS FOR DATA FITTING • MARCIA ASCHER.
GEORGE Eo' FORSYTHE
A tHEBYCHEFF FITTING CRITERION. A. SPITZBART. D. L. SHELL
ON THE TRUNCATION ERROR OF DISCRETE APPROXIMATIONS TO THE SOLUTIONS OF OIRltHLET PROBLEMS IN A DOMAIN WITH
CORNERS • PENTTI LAASONEN
ERROR BOUNDS FOR THE RUNGE-KUTTA SINGLE-STEP INTEGRATION PROCESS. JOHN W. tARR III
ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF CHARACTERISTIC EQUATIONS IN FLUTTER ANALYSIS. J. N. FRANKLIN
A 'CURVE PLOTTING' ROUTINE FOR THE INVERSE LAPLACE TRANSFORM OF RATIONAL FUNCTIONS. T. R. BASHKOW
AUTOMATIC PREPARATION OF FLOW CHART LISTINGS. A. E. StOTT
SIMPLIFICATION OF A CLASS OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS • EDWIN HIRSCHHORN
A HIGH-SCANNING-RATE STORAGE DEVICE FOR COMPUTER APPLICATIONS. O. M. BAUMANN
AYOAR. SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG MACHINE FOR YAW DATA REDUCTION. SERGE J. ZAROOONY. TAOEUSZ LESER
CONFERENCE ON MATRIX COMPUTATIONS (ABSTRAtTS)
EVALUATION OF INTEGRALS INVOLVING COMBINATIONS OF ,BESSEL FUNCTIONS AND tlRCULAR FUNCTIONS.
LEENDERT DE WITTE. KENNETH P. FOURNIER
ON SOME ERROR BOUNDS OF GIVENS • ROBERT L. CAUSEY
A HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER TECHNIQUE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM • JACK B. DENNIS
FINDING ZEROS OF ARBITRARY FUNCTIONS. WERNER L. FRANK
A NUMERICAL METHOD OF SOLVING A HEAT FLOW PROBLEM WITH MOVING BOUNDARY. L. W. EHRLICH
SEQUENTIAL FUNCTIONS. GEORGE N. RANEY
REALIZATION OF EVENTS BY LOGICAL NETS. IRVING M. COPI. CALVIN C. ELGOT. JESSE B. WRIGHT
THE APPROXIMATE SOLUTION OF MATRIX PROBLEMS. A. S. HOUSEHOLOER
A PROPERTY OF SEMI-DEFINITE HERMITIAN MATRICES. GEORGE G. DEN BROEDER JR. HARRY J. SMITH
ON MODERN MATRIX ITERATION PROCESSES OF BERNOULLI AND GRAEFFE TYPE. F. L. BAUER
A NOTE ON NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LINEAR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS • R. W. COLE
ON A PERIODIC PROPERTY OF PSEUDO-RANDOM SEQUENCES • EVE BOFINGER, V. J. BOFINGER
ON THE LENGTH OF THE SMALLEST UNIFORM EXPERIMENT WHICH DISTINGUISHES THE TERMINAL STATES OF A ~AtHINE •
SEYMOUR GINSBURG
METHODS OF SIMULATING A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER. F. LESH
CALCULATING OPEN LOOP TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FROM CLOSED LOOP MEASUREMENTS. N. R. GOODMAN. S. KATl
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR YOUNG STUDENTS. HARLEY TILLITT
A DUAL MASTER FILE SYSTEM FOR A TAPE PROCESSING COMPUTER. SHERMAN BLUMENTHAL
COOING AND CODE tOMPRESSION • L. N. KOROLEV
ON THE INVERSION COMPLEXITY OF A SYSTEM OF FUNCTIONS. A. A. MARKOV
GENERATED ERROR IN ROTATIONAL TRIOIAGONALIZATION • ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
UNITARY TRIANGULARIZATION OF A NONSYMMETRIC MATRIX. ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
THE APPLICATION OF SEQUENTIAL ESTIMATION TO COMPUTER SIMULATION AND MONTE CARLO PROCEDURES. JAtK MOSHMAN
ON SEQUENCES OF PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBERS OF MAXIMAL LENGTH. J. CERTAINE
PROPOSED METHODS FOR THE ANALOG SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM'S INTEGRAL EQUATION. MICHAEL E. FISHER
ON THE SOLUTION OF PDISSON'S DIFFERENCE EQUATION. PENTTI LAASONEN
A METHOD FOR TRANSPOSING A MATRIX. MARTIN F. BERMAN
ANALYSIS OF SHIFT REGISTER COUNTERS. FREDERICK H. YOUNG
AUTHOR INDEX, 1954-1958
GENERALIZATION, KEY TO SUCCESSFUL ELEtTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. W. C. MCGEE
THREE LEVELS OF LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS IN MACHINE TRANSLATION. MICHAEL ZARECHNAK
TEST ROUTINES BASED DN SYMBOLIC LOGltAL STATEMENTS. RICHARD o. ELDRED
STABLE PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • R. W. HAMMING
ROUND-OFF ERROR IN THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE HEAT EQUATION • JIM DOUGLAS JR
THE JACOBI METHOO FO~ REAL SYMMETRIC MATRICES. H. H. GOLDSTINE. F. J. MURRAY. J. VON NEUMA~~
SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS ON AN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER. G. N. LANCE
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE ABACUS. SHU-T'IEN LI
ACM PUBLICATION POLICIES AND PLANS
THE SHARE 109 SYSTEM. A COOPERATIVE EFFORT • DONALD L. SHELL
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM. PROGRAMMING AND MODIFICATION. IRWIN O. GREENWALD. MAUREEN KANE
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM, MACHINE IMPLEMENTATION OF SYMBOLIC PROGRAMMING. E. M. BOEHM. T. B. STEEL JR
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM. INPUT-OUTPUT TRANSLATION. VINCENT J. OIGRI. JANE E. KING
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM. PROGRAMMED INPUT-OUTPUT BUFFERING. OWEN MOCK. CHARLES J.SWIFT
THE SHARE 109 'SYSTEM. SUPERVISORY CONTROL. HARVEY BRATMAN. IRA V. BOLDT JR
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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JACM592
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JACM604
JACM601t
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RADIX EXCHANGE, AN I~TERNAL SORTING METHOO FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. PAUL HILOER8RANDT, HAROLD ISBITZ
A NEW METHOD OF CHECKING THE CONSISTENCY OF PRECEDENCE MATRICES. ROSALIND ·B. MARIMONT
MEMORY EFFICIENCY • GERTRUD S. JOACHIM
A PROCEDURE FOR THE DIAGONALIZATION OF NORMAL MATRICES. H. H. GOLDSTINE, L. P. HORWITZ
STABILITY OF A NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. W. E. MILNE, R. R. REYNOLDS
MONTE CARLO SOLUTIONS OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS INVOLVING THE DIFFERENCE ANALOGUE OF AN ELLIPTIC PARTIAL
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION. LOUIS W. EHRLICH
219 NUMERICAL QUADRATURE IN MANY DIMENSIONS • DAVID MORRISON
223 A NOTE ON THE DOWNHILL METHOD • GEORGE C. CALDWELL
226 BOUNDARY CONTRACTION SOLUTION OF LAPLACE'S DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION. HAROLD W. MILNES, RENFREY B. POTTS
236 A METHOD OF NORMALIZED BLOCK ITERATION • ELIZABETH H. CUTHILL. RICHARD S. VARGA
245 A FUNCTIONAL CANONICAL FORM. H. ALLEN CURTIS
259 ON THE REDUCTION OF SUPERFLUOUS STATES IN A SEQUENTIAL MACHINE • SEYMOUR GINSBURG
283 ON EXPONENTIAL DIGITAL FILTERS. MARVIN BLUM
313 PILOT. A NEW MULTIPLE COMPUTER SYSTEM. A. L. LEINER. W. A. NOTZ. J.L. SMITH. A. WEINBERGER
336 STABILITY OF THE REDUCTION OF A MATRIX TO ALMOST TRIANGULAR AND TRIANGULAR FORMS BY ELEMENTARY SIMILARITY
TRANSFORMATIONS • J. H. WILKINSON
360 NOTE ON THE PRACTICAL COMPUTATION OF PROPER VALUES. C. T. FIKE
363 A STABILITY CRITERID~ FOR NUMERICAL INTEGRATION. HERBERT S. WILF
366 GENERATION OF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIONS IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS. FERNANDO J. CORBATO. JACK L. URETSKY
376 A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR GENERATING NORMAL DEVIATES ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS. MERVIN E. MULLER
384 A FAMILY OF QUADRATURE FORMULAS WHICH ACHIEVE HIGH ACCURACY IN COMPOSITE RULES. A·. RALSTON
395 AN ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINED
ON A FINITE POINT SET • PHILIP C. CURTIS JR. WERNER L. FRANK
405 LOGIC MATRICES AND THE TRUTH FUNCTION PROBLEM • DOUGLAS B. NETHERWOOO
415 UNNORMALIZED FLOATING POINT ARITHMETIC. R. L. ASHENHURST, N. METROPOLIS
429 ON COMPUTER TRANSCRIPTION OF MANUAL MORSE. CHARLES R. BLAIR
459 AMPHISBAENIC SORTING. H. NAGLER
469 A GENERAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER WITH A VERY LARGE MEMORY. JULIUS LIEBLEIN
476 A COMPARISON OF MACHINE ORGANIZATIONS BY THEIR PERFORMANCE OF THE ITERATIVE SOLUTION OF LINEAR EQUATIONS.
E. J. GAUSS
486 ON AN APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING TO THE SYNTHESIS OF LOGICAL SYSTEMS. RICHARD BELLM'N.
JOHN HOLLAND, ROBERT KALABA
494 ON THE SPECTRAL NORMS OF SEVERAL ITERATIVE PROCESSES. J. W. SHELDON
506 A METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE NTH BEST PATH PROBLEM • WALTER HOFFMAN. RICHARD PAVLEY
515 NEW FORMULAS FOR COMPUTING INCOMPLETE ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND KIND. A. R. DIDONATO.
A. V. HERSHEY
527 EMPIRICAL TESTS OF AN ADDITIVE RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR. BERT F. GREEN JR. J. E. KEITH SMITH. LAURA KLEM
538 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CIRCUITS IN FUNCTIONAL CANONICAL FORM. H. ALLEN CURTIS
1 INPUT-OUTPUT BUFFERING AND FORTRAN • DAVID E. FERGUSON
10 CHANGING FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL PROGRAMMING BY DIGITAL TECHNIQUES. MARVIN L. STEIN. JACK ROSE
24 SEQUENTIAL MACHINES, AMBIGUITY. AND DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING. RICHARD BELLMAN
29 ON THE INCREASE OF CONVERGENCE RATES OF RELAXATION PROCEDURES FOR ELLIPTIC PARTIAL DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS •
M. L. JUNCOSA, T. W. MULLIKIN
37 BOUNDARY CONTRACTION SOLUTION OF LAPLACE'S DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION II • TSE-SUN CHOW. HAROLD WILLIS MILNES
46 STABILITY OF A NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUArIONS, PART II • W. E. MILNE. R. R. REYNOLDS
51 A GENERALIZATION OF A THEOREM OF CARR ON ERROR BOUNDS FOR RUNGE-KUTTA PROCEDURES. B. A. GALLER,
D. P. ROZENBERG
61 A NUMERICAL METHOD FOR SOLVING CONTROL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS • W. H. A~DERSON.
R. B. BALL, J. R. VOSS
69 TRUNCATION ERRDR IN THE GRAEFFE RODT-SQUARING METHOD. GERARD P. WEEG
72 SERIAL CORRELATION I~ THE GENERATION OF PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBERS • R. R. COVEYOU
75 A NEW PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR • A. ROTENBERG
78 FOOTNOTE TO 'THE JACOBI METHOD FOR REAL SYMMETRIC MATRICES' • H•. H. GOLDSTINE
87 A FORTRAN-COMPILED LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE. H. GELERNTER. J. R. HANSEN. C. L. GERBERICH
102 A MECHANICAL PROOF PROCEDURE AND ITS REALIZATION IN AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER • DAG PRAWITZ, HA(A~ PRAWITZ,
NERI VOGHERA
129 FLOATING-POINT ARITHMETICS • W. G. WADEY
140 A NEW METHOD FOR THE PAYMENT OF BILLS AND THE TRANSFER OF CREDIT. GERARD SALTON
150 METHODS FOR FITTING ~ATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS. PART I, TELESCOPING PROCEDURES FOR CONTINUED FRACTIONS.
HANS J. MAEHLY
163 A NECESSARY AND SUFFICIENT CONDITION FOR STABILITY OF PARTIAL DIFFERENCE EQUATION PROBLEMS.
ROBI~ E. ESCH
176 A STARTING METHOD FOR THE THREE-POINT ADAMS PREOICTOR-CORRECTOR METHOD. R. ALONSO
181 A MODIFICATION OF FILON'S METHOD OF NUMERICAL INTEGRATION. E. A. FLINN
185 REMARKS ON THE UNITARY TRIANGULARIZATION OF A NONSYMMETRIC MATRIX. DAVID D. MORRISON
201 A COMPUTING PROCEDURE FOR QUANTIFICATION THEORY. MARTIN DAVIS. HILARY PUTNAM
216 ON RELEVANCE. PROBABILISTIC INDEXING AND INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. M. E. MARON. J. L. KUHNS
245 COMPUTATION OF THE FREQUENCY FUNCTION OF A QUADRATIC FORM IN RANDOM NORMAL VARIABLES.
WALTER F. FREIBERGER, RICHARD H. JONES
,
251 ANALYSIS OF NETS BY ~UMERICAL METHOOS • ARTHUR GILL
255 ON THE CONSISTENCY OF PRECEDENCE MATRICES • FRANK HARARY
260 ON STURM SEQUENCES FOR· TRIDIAGONAL MATRICES. J. M. ORTEGA
261t ON AN ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE PLATE PROBLEM WITH MIXED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS.
SAMUEL D. CONTE. RALPH T. DAMES
274 SOLUTION OF LINEAR SYSTEMS BY RICHARDSON'S METHOD. WERNER L. FRANK
287 SYNTHESIS OF BINARY RING COUNTERS OF GIVEN PERIODS. G. B. FITZPATRICK
299 COMPUTATIONAL AIDS FOR DETERMINING THE MINIMAL FORM OF A TRUTH FUNCTION • RONALD PRATHER
311 CONNECTIVE PROPERTIES PRESERVED IN MINIMAL STATE MACHINES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG
326 INTEGER PROGRAMMING FORMULATION OF TRAVELING SALESMAN PROBLEMS. C. E. MILLER. A. W. TUCKER, R. A. ZEMLIN
330 TECHNIQUES FOR ENUMERATING VEBLEN-WEDDERBURN SYSTEMS. ERWIN KLEINFELD
338 ON PRE-CONDITIONING OF MATRICES • E. E. OSBORNE
31t6 RESULTANT PROCEDURE AND THE MECHANIZATION OF THE GRAEF FE PROCESS. ERWIN H. BAREISS
387 A NOTE ON A METHOD OF COMPUTING THE GAMMA FUNCTION. N. L. GORDON, A. H. FLASTERSTEIN
389 COMPUTER TIME FOR ADDRESS CALCULATION SORTING. IVAN FLORES
1 FINITE AUTOMATA. PATTERN RECOGNITION AND PERCEPTRQNS • HERBERT B. KELLER
21 RECURSIVE COMPUTATION OF CERTAIN INTEGRALS. WALTER GAUTSCHI
Itl ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL COMPUTER SORTING. IVAN FLORES
81 SETS OF TAPES ACCEPTED BY DIFFERENT TYPES OF AUTOMATA • SEYMOUR GINSBURG
87 THE USE DF INDEX CALCULUS AND MERSENNE PRIMES FOR THE DESIGN OF A HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL MULTIPLIE~ •
AVIEZRI S. FRAENKEL
97 A SYSTEM FOR GENERATING 'PRONOUNCEABLE' NAMES USING A COMPUTER. A. L. LEINER. W. W. YOUDEN
104 COMPUTER GENERATION OF OPTIMIZED SUBROUTINES. HARRY H. DENMAN
119 MINIMIZING DRUM LATE~CY TIME • DONALD E. KNUTH
151 A MACHINE METHOD FOR SOLVING POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS. O. H. LEHMER
163 NOTES ON A NEW PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR • MARTIN GREENBERGER
168 SYSTEM HANDLING OF FUNCTIONAL OPERATORS • LIONELLO LOMBARDI
186 TWO-OIMENSIDNAL PARITY CHECKING • PETER CALINGAERT
201 COMPUTER-FEASIBLE METHOD FOR HANDLING INCOMPLETE DATA IN REGRESSION ANALYSIS. JOHN E. WALSH
212 'DIRECT SEARCH' SOLUTION OF NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL PROBLEMS. ROBERT HOOKE, T. A. JEEVES
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AN INVESTIGATION OF REAL-TIME SOLUTION OF THE TRANSPORTATION PR08LEM • R. TOTSCHEK, R. C. WOJO
THE PROSPECTS FOR THE UTILIZATION OF INFORMATIONAL-LOGICAL MACHINES IN CHEMISTRY (USSR) •
L. I. GUTENMAKHER, G. E. VLEDUTS
GENERALIZEO SIMULATION OF POST OFFICE SYSTEMS • R. C. BRIGHAM, P. D. BURGESS
THE DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF AN INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM. HERBERT M. GURK, JACK MINKER
THE ASSOCIATION FACTOR IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL • H. EDMUND STILES
ERROR ANALYSIS OF DIRECT METHODS OF MATRIX INVERSION. J. H. WILKINSON
A MODIFIED GIVENS METHOD FOR THE EIGENVALUE EVALUATION OF LARGE MATRICES • DONALD E. JDHANSE~
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE NEUMANN AND MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS BY BOUNDARY CONTRACTION.
TSE-SUN CHOW, HAROLD WILLIS MILNES
SOME COMPUTATIONAL RESULTS ON 'TWD-LINE' ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE BIHARMONIC DIFFERENCE EQUATION.
SEYMOUR V. PARTER
ZEROS OF NONLINEAR FUNCTIONS • R. W. KLOPFENSTEIN
NUMERICAL CONSTRUCTION OF TAYLOR SERIES APPROXIMATIONS FOR A SET OF SIMULTANEOUS FIRST ORDER DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS • EDWIN S. CAMPBELL, R. BUEHLER, J. D. HIRSCHFELDER, D. HUGHES
CATEGORIZING AUTOMATA BY W-MACHINE PROGRAMS • C. Y. LEE
COMPATIBILITY OF STATES IN INPUT-INDEPENDENT MACHINES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG
AUTOMATIC INDEXING, AN EXPERIMENT INQUIRY. M. E. MARON
LOCATING THE LARGEST WORD IN A FILE USING A MODIFIED MEMORY • E. J. GAUSS
SEQUENCING ASPECTS OF MULTIPROGRAMMING. J. HELLER
DESIGN OF NUMERICAL FILTERS WITH APPLICATIONS TO MISSILE DATA PROCESSING. JOSEPH F. A. ORMSBY
TURING MACHINES, FINITE AUTOMATA AND NEURAL NETS. MICHAEL ARBIB
5-SYMBOL a-STATE AND 5-SYMBOL 6-STATE UNIVERSAL TURING MACHINES • SHIGERU WATANABE
A GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT • H. ALLEN CURTIS
SOME METHODS FOR SIMPLIFYING SWITCHING CIRCUITS USING 'DONT CARE' CONOITIONS • J. T. CHU
AN AUTOMATIC SEQUENCING PROCEDURE WITH APPLICATION TO PARALLEL PROGRAMMING • EUGENE S. SCHWARTZ
A STUDY OF METHODS FOR SYSTEMATICALLY AB8REVIATING ENGLISH WORDS AND NAMES. CHARLES P. BOUR~E,
DONALO F. FORO
SEMANTIC ROAD MAPS FOR LITERATURE SEARCHERS • LAUREN B. DOYLE
A DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION. ROBERT W. FLOYD
DESIGN OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES FROM THEIR REGULAR EXPRESSIONS. GENE OTT, NEIL H. FEINSTEIN
LEAST UPPER BOUNDS ON MINIMAL TERMINAL STATE EXPERIMENTS FOR TWO CLASSES OF SEQUENTIAL MACHI~ES •
THOMAS N. HIBBARD
REPRESENTATION OF POWER SERIES IN TERMS OF POLYNOMIALS, RATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS AND CONTINUED FRACTIONS.
KURT SPIELBERG
ON LEAST SQUARES SOLUTIONS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS • E. E. OSBORNE
AN EVALUATION OF RUNGE-KUTTA TYPE METHODS FOR HIGHER ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • CHARLOTTE FROESE
ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF THE BEST POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATION. E. K. BLUM, P. C. CURTIS JR
A GENERAL TRANSLATION PROGRAM FOR PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGES • R. A. 8ROOKER, D. MORRIS
A THEOREM ON BOOLEAN MATRICES • STEPHEN WARSHALL
SOME COMBINATORIAL PROPERTIES OF CERTAIN TREES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SEARCHING AND SORTING.
THOMAS N. HIBBARD
ALGEBRA OF POLYNOMIALS I~ SEVERAL VARIABLES FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER. LELAND H. WILLIAMS
ORGANIZATION OF A 'FIXED-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR COMPUTATION OF EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTuRS
OF REAL SYMMETRIC MATRICES • G. ESTRIN, C. R. VISWANATHAN
DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING TREATMENT OF THE TRAVELLING SALESMAN PROBLEM • RICHARD BELLMAN
FIFTH-ORDER METHODS FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. W. E. MILNE,
R. R. REYNOLDS
INVERSION OF TRIPLE-DIAGONAL COMPOUND MATRICES. RICHARD E. VON HOLDT
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE ~UMERICAL SOLUTION OF CERTAIN INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE FIRST KIND.
DAVID L. PHILLIPS
OPTIMAL MESH SIZE IN THE NUMERICAL INTEGRATION OF AN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION. D. MORRISON
STABILITY OF A GENERALIZED CORRECTOR FORMULA. ROGER L. CRANE, ROBERT J. LAMBERT
ON QUASICYCLIC JACOBI METHODS. ELDON R. HANSEN
MATHEMATICAL STRUCTU~E OF NONARITHMETIC DATA PROCESSING PROCEDURES. LIONELLO LOMBARDI
STRUCTURE AND USE OF ALGOL 60 • H. BOTTENBRUCH
AN ALGORITHM FOR TRA~SLATING BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS • BRUCE W. ARDEN, BERNARD A. GALLER, ROBERT M. GRAHAM
DIGITAL PATTERN RECOGNITION BY MOMENTS. FRANZ L. ALT
OPERATIONS USEFUL FOR SIMILARITY-INVARIANT PATTERN RECOGNITION. W. DOYLE
MAINTAINED ACTIVITY IN NEURAL NETS. D. R. SMITH, C. H. DAVIOSON
A NOTE ON THE SELF-CONSISTENCY OF DEFINITIONS OF GENERALIZATION AND INDUCTIVE INFERENCE • HE~RY P. KRAMER
A SORTING PROBLEM. R. C. BOSE, R. J. NELSON
OUTLINE FOR A LOGICAL THEORY OF ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS • JOHN H. HOLLANO
A DECISION PROCEDURE FOR COMPUTATIONS OF FINITE AUTOMATA. JOYCE FRIEDMAN
MULTIPLE REDUCTION OF VARIABLE DEPENDENCY OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. H. ALLEN CURTIS
THE STRUCTURE OF AN AUTOMATON AND ITS OPERATION-PRESERVING TRANSFORMATION GROUP. G. P. WEEG
TWO FAMILIES OF LANGUAGES RELATED TO ALGOL. SEYMOUR GINS8URG, H. GORDON RICE
OSCILLATING SORT, A NEW SORT MERGING TECHNIQUE. SHELDON SOBEL
SINGLE FUNCTION SHIFTING COUNTERS. JOHN S. BAILEY, GEORGE .EPSTEIN
A METHOD FOR OBTAINING SPECIFIC VALUES OF COMPILING-PARAMETER FUNCTIONS. JAMES J. PETERKA
MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR REAL TIME COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. THOMAS A. HOLDIMAN
CUMULATIVE BINOMIAL PROBABILITIES. SOL WEINTRAUB
MATRICES ASSOCIATED WITH THE HITCHCOCK PROBLEM. A. L. DULMAGE, N. S. MENDELSOHN
ON APPROXIMATION METHODS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM • JEROME M. KURTZ8ERG
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE NUMERICAL APPLICATION OF A LINEAR OPERATOR. TERENCE G. JONES
ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHODS FOR PARABOLIC SYSTEMS IN M SPACE VARIABLES. JIM DOUGLAS JR, JAMES E. GUNN
STA81LITY PROPERTIES OF PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHOOS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. P. E. CHASE
ISOMORPHISM GROUPS OF AUTOMATA • ARTHUR C. FLECK
ON THE AMBIGUITY PROBLEM OF BACKUS SYSTEMS • DAVID G. CANTOR
A TRANSLATOR-ORIENTED SYM80LIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE • A. A. GRAU
ALGORITHMS FOR PARALLEL-SEARCH MEMORIES • A. D. FALKOFF
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL BASED ON LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS. FRANK B. BAKER
CORRECTION AND ADDENDUM TO 'ORGANIZATION OF A 'FIXED-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR C~MPUTATION OF
EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF REAL SYMMETRIC MATRICES' • G. ESTRIN, C. R. VISWANATHAN
A SEMI-DECISION PROCEDURE FOR THE FUNCTIONAL CALCULUS • JOYCE FRIEDMAN
THE NUMBER OF CLASSES OF INVERTIBLE BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS. MICHAEL A. HARRISON
SOME RECURSIVELY UNSOLVABLE PROBLEMS IN ALGOL-LIKE LANGUAGES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG, GENE F. ROSE
ON A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR OBTAINING IRREDUCIBLE REPRES~NTATIONS FOR TWO-LEVEL MULTIPLE INPUT-OUTPUT
LOGICAL SYSTEMS. R. W. HOUSE, T. RADO
FURTHER RESULTS ON THE STRUCTURE OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. J. HARTMANIS
A METHOD FOR OBTAINI~G SUBOPTIMAL GROUP-TESTING POLICIES USING DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING AND INFOR~ATIO~ THEO~Y
• BRIAN GLUSS
ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE FIRST KIND BY THE INVERSION JF THE LINEAR
SYSTEM PRODUCEO BY QUADRATURE • S. TWOMEY
ON THE OANILEWSKI METHOD • ELDON R. HANSEN
ON A WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION PROBLEM, WITH APPLICATION TO THE DESIGN OF STOCHASTIC GENERATORS. ARTHUR GILL
ON THE CODING OF JACJBI'S METHOD FOR COMPUTING EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF REAL SYMMETRI: MATRICES.
F. J. CORBATO
FORMULAS FOR COMPUTI~G INCOMPLETE ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS OF THE FIRST AND SECONO KINDS. G. E. LEE-WHITING
MIXEO CONGRUENTIAL RANDOM NUMBER GENERATORS FOR DECIMAL MACHINES. J •. L. ALLARD, A. R. DOBELl, T. E. HULL
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

19~6-1963

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A SIMPLE SORTING ALGORITHM • THOMAS N. HIBBARD
AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT CLASSIFICATION. HAROLD BORKO, MYRNA BERNICK
THEOREM-PROVING ON THE COMPUTER • J. A. ROBINSON
OPERATIONS WHICH PRESERVE DEFINABILITY IN LANGUAGES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG, G. F. ROSE
DETECTION OF GENERATIVE AMBIGUITIES IN CONTEXT-fREE MECHANICAL LANGUAGES. SAUL GORN
II STATE VARIABLE ASSIGNMENT METHOD FOR ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS. C. N. LIJ
COMPUTABILITY OF RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS. J. C. SHEPHERDSON, H. E. STURGIS
ERRATUM IN 'ON A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR OBTAINING IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTATIONS FOR TWO-LEVEL MULTIPLE
INPUT-OUTPUT LOGICAL SYSTEMS' • R. W. HOUSE, T. RADO
METHODS FOR FITTING RATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS, PARTS II AND III • HANS J. MAEHLY
ECONOMIZATION OF RATIONAL FUNCTIONS. ANTHONY RALSTON
AN ALGORITHM FOR MINIMAX POLYNOMIAL CURVE-FITTING OF DISCRETE DATA. CHARLES VALENTINE, PETE~ VAN DINE
EFFICIENCY OF PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR PROCEDURES. T. E. HULL, A. L. CREEMER
MONTE CARLO COMPUTATIONS IN NORMAL CORRELATION PROBLEMS. H. O. HARTLEY, D. L. HARRIS
ADDRESSING FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE WITH MULTIPLE BUCKET CAPACITIES. M. TAl NITER
SYNTACTIC ANAL YSI SAND OPERAr'OR PRECEDENCE • ROBERT W. FLOYD
A COMPUTATIONAL APPR~ACH TO GRAMMATICAL CODING OF ENGLISH WORDS. SHELDON KLEIN,. ROBERT F. SIMMONS
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR A SOLVABLE CASE OF THE DECISION PROBLEM • JOYCE FRIEDMAN
PROGRAM FOR DOUBLE-DUMMY BRIDGE PROBLEMS, A NEW STRATEGY FOR MECHANICAL GAME PLAYING. ELWYN R. BERLEKAMP
LATTICE PROPERTIES OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. EDWIN H. FARR
USE OF DECOMPOSITION THEORY IN THE SOLUTION OF THE STATE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES.
H. ALLEN CURTIS
ERRATUM IN 'FORMULAS FOR COMPUTING INCOMPLETE ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND KINDS' •
G. E. LEE-WHITING
A DICTIONARY FOR MINIMUM REDUNDANCY ENCODING. EUGENE S. SCHWARTZ
ASSOCIATIVE DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL TECHNIQUES USING BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION. GERARD SALTON
FEATURE WORD CONSTRUCTION FOR USE WITH PATTERN RECOGNITION ALGORITHMS. A~ EXPERIMENTAL STUDY.
R. L. MATTSON. O. FIRSCHEIN
TAPE SEARCHING TECHNIQUES. R. L. BABER
QUOTIENTS OF CONTEXT-FREE LANGUAGES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG. EDWIN H. SPANIER
EXPERIMENTS WITH A HEURISTIC COMPILER. HERBERT A. SIMON
A HEURISTIC PROGRAM THAT SOLVES SYMBOLIC INTEGRATION PROBLEMS IN FRESHMAN CALCULUS • JAMES R. SLAGLE
ON THE STRUCTURES OF AN AUTOMATON AND ITS INPUT SEMI GROUP • ROBERT H. OEHMKE
WORDS IN THE HISTORY OF A TURING MACHINE WITH A FIXED INPUT. MICHAEL O. RABI~. HAD WANG
FINITE AUTOMATA AND THE SET OF SQUARES • ROBERT W. RITCHIE
AN ELIMINATION METHOD FOR COMPUTING THE GENERALIZED INVERSE OF AN ARBITRARY COMPLEX MATRIX ..
A. BEN-ISRAEL. S. J. WERSAN
ON THE REDUCTION OF ~UMBER RANGE IN THE USE OF THE GRAEFFE PROCESS. A. A. GRAU
A METHOD FOR FINDING ALL THE ZEROS OF FIZ) • ROBERT P. RICH, HARRY SHAW
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR EQUATIONS • FERDINANO FREUDENSTEIN. BERNARD ROTH
THE WILF STABILITY CRITERION FOR NUMERICAL INTEGRATION. GEORGE EMANUEL
GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT, THE BASIC BUILDING BLOCK OF AN EXTENDED DECOMPOSITION THEORY. H. ALLEN CURTIS
INDEX TO THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY, VOLUMES 1-10. 1954-1963 .. W. W. YOUOEN
PROCEEDINGS AND PREPRINTS OF THE IASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY.) NATIONAL CONFERENCES
IRREGULAR
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HISTORY OF MECHANICAL COMPUTING MACHINERY .. GEORGE C. CHASE
EVOLUTION OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING • ROBERT V. D. CAMPBELL
SPECIAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL DATA-PROCESSING COMPUTERS" B. M. GORDON, R. ~. NICOLA
THE ELECOM 100 GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER • ALBERT AUERBACH
THE QUADRATIC ARC COMPUTER IQUAC) • M. J. MENDELSON
A SYSTEM FOR COUNTING AND RECORDING ELECTRICAL IMPULSES IN PRINTED DECIMAL FORM. J. L. LINDESMITH
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE NEW IBM SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR. M. M. ASTRAHAN. N. ROCHESTER
SOME ENGINEERING PROBLEMS REQUIRING AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION. E. L. HARDER
SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF LINEAR INEQUALITIES ON A OIGITAL COMPUTER. ALEX ORDEN
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING. A. CHARNES. E. LEMKE
SMALL PROBLEMS ON LARGE COMPUTERS • C. W. ADAMS
FIRING TABLE COMPUTATIONS ON THE ENIAC • H. L. REED JR
SMALL-SCALE RESEARCH AND AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINERY • E. C. BERKELEY
USE OF COMPUTING MACHINERY IN APPLICATIONS OF INFORMATION THEORY. W. G. TULLER
AN UPPER BOUND ON THE INFORMATIONAL CAPACITY OF II SYNAPSE. W. S. MCCULLOUGH
THE MAZE SOLVING COMPUTER • R. A. WALLACE
A CHART METHOD FOR SIMPLIFYING TRUTH FUNCTIONS. E. W. VEITCH
STANDARDIZED PRINTED CIRCUIT UNITS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. D. L. JOHNSON
NONLINEAR SWITCHING ELEMENTS. 8. MOFFAT, F. A. SCHWERTZ. B. O. MARSHALL
OPTICAL ELEMENTS FOR COMPUTERS. J. R. BOWMAN. F. A. SCHWERTZ. B. O. MARSHALL
THE SELENIUM RECTIFIER. A NONLINEAR AND ASYMMETRIC RESISTANCE ELEMENT. N. HARDY
CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF SUBROUTINES FOR THE SEAC • JOSEPH H. LEVIN
HIGH ORDER MATRIX COMPUTATIONS OF THE UNIVAC • H. RUBINSTEIN. J. D. RUTLEDGE
THE SOLUTION OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS BY THE METHOD OF KERNEL FUNCTIONS. STEFAN BERGMAN
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN DOUBLY CONNECTED DOMAINS. FRANZ L. ALT
DIGITAL STORAGE USING FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS. P. D. ATKINSON. A. E. DEBARR, R. MILLERSHIP,
R. C. ROBBINS
SOME RECENT RESEARCH ON ULTRASONIC PROPATATION IN SOLID MEDIA. T. F. ROGERS, W. A. ANDERSON
STATIC MAGNETIC MEMORY, ITS APPLICATIONS TO COMPUTERS AND CONTROLLING SYSTEMS. AN WANG
STATIC MAGNETIC MEMORY FOR THE ENIAC • ISAAC L. AUERBACH
MAGNETIC BINARIES IN THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF INFORMATION HANDLING MACHINES. N. B. SAUNDERS
THE USE OF SUBROUTINES ON SWAC .. ROSELYN LIPKIS
THE USE OF SUBROUTINES IN PROGRAMMES. DAVIO J. WHEELER
PROGRESS OF THE WHIRLWIND COMPUTER TOWARDS AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE. JOHN W. CARR III
THE EDUCATION OF A COMPUTER • GRACE M. HOPPER
FORMAL LOGIC AND SWITCHING CIRCUITS. THEODORE KALIN
THEOREM MINIMIZATION. WILLIAM BURKHART
A METHOD FOR SYNTHESIS OF TWO-VALUED FEEDBACK CIRCUITS. WILLIAM BURKHART
CHARACTERISTIC NUMBERS AND THEIR USE IN THE DECOMPOSITION OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS .. WARREN L. SEMO~
RECTIFIERS AS ELEMENTS OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS. PETER F. STRONG
THE THEORY OF COUNTING TECHNIQUES. THEODORE SINGER
THE APPLICATION OF C~UNTING TECHNIQUES. ROBERT L. ASHENHURST
COMPILING ROUTINES. R. K. RIDGWAY
A HIGH SPEEO MAGNETIC-CORE OUTPUT PRINTER • B. M. GORDON, R. N. NICOLA
MANIAC. N. METROPOLIS. E. F. KLEIN. W. ORVEOAHL. J. R. RICHARDSON, H. B. DEMUTH. J. B. JACKSO~
MACHINE AIDS TO COOING. E. J. ISAAC
COMPUTER AIOS TO CODE CHECKING. I. C. DIEHM
INPUT SCALING AND OUTPUT SCALING FOR A BINARY CALCULATOR. E. F. COOD. H. L. HERRICK
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF THE OAK RIDGE DIGITAL COMPUTER. C. L. PERRY
DESIGNING A LOW COST GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. W. E. DOBBINS
ERRORS IN ITERATIVE SOLUTIONS OF LINEAR SYSTEMS. A. S. HOUSEHOLDER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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A NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE HELIUM WAVE EQUATION WITH THE SEAC • J. H. WEGSTEIN
MATRIX INVERSION 8Y PARTITIONING • M. LOTKIN, R. REMAGE
THE TESTING OF CATHODE RAY TUBES FOR USE IN THE WILLIAMS TYPE STORAGE SYSTEM • A. R08INSON
LOGICAL OR NON-MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMES. C. S. STRACHEY
A SIMPLIFIED UNIVERSAL TURING MACHINE. E. F. MOORE
SIMPLE LEARNING BY A DIGITAL COMPUTER • THE COMPUTATION LABORATORY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY
AN ANALYSIS BY ARITHMETICAL METHODS OF A CALCULATING NETWORK WITH FEED8ACK • L. C. R08BINS
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS • W. S. ELLIOTT
OPERATING EFFICIENCIES ANO CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COMPUTING MACHINES AT A8ERDEEN PROVING GRO~ND •
H. SPENCE
INSTALLATION OF A LARGE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. LYLE R. JOHNSON
INTERPRETATIVE SUB-ROUTINES. J. M. BENNETT, D. G. PRINZ, M. L. WOODS
THE USE OF SUB-ROUTI~ES ON SEAC FOR NUMERICAL INTEGRATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND FOR GAUSSIAN
QUADRATURE • P. RABINOWITZ
SYMBOLIC SYNTHESIS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS • I. S. REED
A DESCRIPTION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES • G. ESTRIN
WILLIAMS TUBES SELECTION PROGRAM. J. C. CHO, R. J. KLEIN
THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF A PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION ON THE IBM TYPE 101 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
MACHINES • D. W. LADD, J. W. SHELDON'
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF POLYNOMIALS AND THEIR ZEROS. M. G. SCHERBERG, J. F. RIORDEN
PURE AND APPLIED PROGRAMMING. M. V. WILKES
CHEBYSHEV POLYNOMIALS IN THE SOLUTION OF LARGE-SCALE LINEAR SYSTEMS. C. LANClOS
AN EXPERIMENTAL RAPID ACCESS MEMORY USING DIODES AND CAPACITORS. A. W. HOLT
THE OAK RIOGE AUTOMATIC COMPUTER. J. C. CHU
IMPROVEMENT OF WILLIAMS MEMORY RELIABILITY. R. SCHUMANN
THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MODEL ELECTRONIC COMPUTER • R. F. JOHNSTON
AN ALGORITHM TO THE METHOD OF CURVE FITTING BY THE PROCESS OF LEAST SQUARES • L. MARCUS
RULES FOR REDUCING CALCULATE TIME AND CONSERVATION OF STORAGE SPACE. J. H. ALLEN
ON A CHEBYCHEFF FITTING CRITERION. A. SPITZBART, D. L. SHELL
ON RATIONAL FUNCTION APPROXIMATIONS TO THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION WITH APPLICATION TO THE PRACTICAL SOLUTIO~
OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS. YUOELL L. LUKE
ON THE METHOD OF MINIMUM lOR 'BEST" APPROXIMATION AND THE METHOD OF LEAST NTH POWERS.
ALLEN A. GOLDSTEIN, JAMES B. HERRESHDFF, NORMAN LEVINE
ON BERNOULLI'S METHOD FOR SOLVING ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS, II • BE~NARD DIMSDALE
THE DOWN-HILL METHOD OF SOLVING A POLYNOMIAL EQUATION • JAMES A. WARD
'SIMPLE' APPROXIMATIONS. BENJAMIN L. SCHWARTZ
ON THE DESIGN OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR COMPUTERS • NED CHAPIN
TECHNICAL MARKET ANALYSIS USING A COMPUTER. JOHN HANSEN
SMALL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS USING A UNIVAC COMPUTING CENTER. PAUL H. ROSENTHAL, PAUL A. HUNT
ESTIMATING THE TRUNCATION ERROR WITH A MODIFIED RUNGE-KUTTA METHOD. DONALD W. WONG
ON THE OVERALL STABILITY AND CONVERGENCE OF SINGLE-STEP INTEGRATION SCHEMES FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS. JOHN W. CARR III
GENERATED ERROR IN THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LINEAR DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS • ALSTON S. HOUSEHOLDER
EVALUATION OF INCOMPLETE ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS BY GAUSSIAN INTEGRATION. JOHN G. HAYNES
PROGRAMMING OF THE METHOO OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR AXISYMMETRIC FLOW. O. C. LEIGH, C. R. EUBA~K
A METHOD OF COMPUTIN~ SHOCK WAVES • D. C. LEIGH
A VARIATIONAL APPROXIMATION FOR STURM-LIOUVILLE PROBLEMS. C. C. FARRINGTON JR
SIMULATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE TEST AND EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME COMPUTER PROGRAMS. D. R. ISRAEL
AUTOMATIC DATA-RECORDING IN REAL-TIME CONTROL SYSTEMS • H. E. FRACHTMAN
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION. WALTER F. 8AUER, GEORGE P. WEST
SAMPLING FREQUENCY OF DIGITAL SERVOMECHANISM. JULIUS TOU
PROGRESS IN SIMULATION OF VALVE TRAIN DYNAMICS. W. C. FRANKE
SERVOMULTIPLIER ERROR STUDY • ROBERT A. BRUNS
THE REFUGE RELAY FUNCTION GENERATOR • K. B. TUTTLE
A TRANSISTOR OPERATIONAL D.C. AMPLIFIER. W. HOCHWALD, F. H. GERHARD
THE COMPUTING PROBLEM IN THE ANALYSIS OF NON-STOCHASTIC TIME SERIES USING AN AUTO-REGRESSION MODEL.
Z. SZATROWSKI
SORTING ON A MULTIPLE MAGNETIC TAPE UNIT. WALLACE KLAMMER
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL ENCODING SYSTEM, II lADES III • E. K. BLUM
A MATHEMATICAL LANGUAGE COMPILER. J. CHIPPS, M. KOSCHMANN, S. ORGEL, A. PERLIS, J. SMITH
~OMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND CODING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL • AARON L. BUCHMAN
A PROPOSAL FOR TRAINING YOUNGSTERS IN DIGITAL COMPUTING TECHNIQUES. ROLLIN P. MAYER
ON THE RECOGNITION OF INFORMATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER. HERBERT T. GLANTZ
A LEARNING PROCESS SUITABLE FOR MECHANIZATION. JOSEPH M. WIER
CIRCUIT REALIZATION OF BINARY FUNCTIONS USING THRESHOLD DEVICES • EDWARD P. STABLER
DESIGNING COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER • GENE H. LEICHNER
THE DESIGN OF SYNCHRONIZING BUFFERS FOR COLLECTING AND DISTRIBUTING DIGITAL DATA. HENRY C. ~REIDE
LATIN SQUARES AND MAGNETIC-CORE MATRI·X STORAGE • NELSON M. BLACHMAN
CHARACTERISTIC VALUES OF ARBITRARY MATRICES • MARK LOTKIN
AN EFFICIENT FORM OF INVERSE FOR SPARSE MATRICES • WM. ORCHARD-HAYS
THE METHOD OF REDUCED MATRICES FOR A GENERAL TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM • PAUL S. DWYER, BERNARD A. GALLER
THE TARSKI DECISION PROCEDURE • GEORGE E. COLLINS
LEAKAGE ERROR IN A SEMI-DISCRETE ANALOG OF THE HEAT EQUATION. NORMAN E. FRIEDMANN
ON PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH IRREGULAR BOUNDARIES. H. REICHENBACH
OPTIMUM RECURRENCE FDRMULAS FOR A FOURTH ORDER PARABOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION.
STEPHEN H. CRANDALL
NUMERICAL TREATMENT OF A SET OF FOURTH ORDER HYPERBOLIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • THOMAS ENGELHART
EFFICIENT METHOD FOR SOLVING ATOMIC SCHROEDINGER'S EQUATION. S. SKILLMAN
A STUDY OF NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • PAUL D. WILLIAMS
AN ALTERNATING D1RECTION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE BIHARMONiC EQUATIONS. S. D. CONTE, R. T. OA~ES
ON THE COLLOCATION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS. W. A. DORN
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE BOUNDARY LAYER EQUATIONS WITHOUT SIMILARITY ASSUMPTIONS. R. KRAME~,
H. M. LIEBERSTEIN, M. SWEENEY
COMPUTATIONS IN MAGNETIC ANO'GRAVITY INTERPRETATION. ROLAND G. HENDERSON, JAMES R. MARSHECK
GEOMETRICS OF' SPIRAL BRIDGE DESIGN. JACK BELZER
THE MEXICAN POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY INTRODUCES A DIRECT WAY FOR FAST COMPUTATION OF iNDUSTRIAL SERVICES
WITH POWER FACTOR ADJUSTMENT • RAUL PAVON
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM, A COOPERATIVE EFFORT. DONALD L. SHELL
PROGRAMMING AND MODIFICATION IN THE SHARE 109 SYSTEM. IRWIN GREENWALD, MAUREEN KANE
MACHINE IMPLEMENTATION OF SYMBOLIC PROGRAMMING. THOMAS B. STEEL JR, ELAINE BOEHM
INPUT-OUTPUT TRANSLATION IN THE SHARE 109 SYSTEM. VINCENT DIGRI, JANE KING
PROGRAMMED BUFFERING OF INPUT-OUTPUT ON THE 709 • OWEN R. MOCK, CHARLES SWIFT
SHARE 109 SYSTEM SUPERVISORY CONTROL ROUTINE. HARVEY BRATMAN, IRA BOLDT
NONLINEAR PROGRAMMIN~ COMPUTATIONS • PHILIP WOLFE
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINLO
ON A FINITE POINT SET. PHILIP C. CURTIS JR, WERNER L. FRANK
BINARY ARITHMETIC FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH IN A SERIAL COMPUTER. PAOLO ERCOLI, RJBERTO VACCA
AN ANALYSIS OF CARRY TRA~SMISSION IN COMPUTER ADDITION. S. G. CAMPBELL, G. H. ROSSER JR
TRANSLATION BETWEEN ALGEBRAIC CODING LANGUAGES. ROBERT M. GRAHAM
A COMMAND LANGUAGE FOR HANDLING STRiNGS OF SYMBOLS. ALAN J. PERLIS, J. W. SMITH
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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AN ABSTRACT FORMULATION OF OAT A PROCESSING PROBLEMS. JOHN W. YOUNG JR, HENRY K. KENT
THE ROLE OF ISOMORPHISM IN PROGRAMMING. SIDNEY KAPLAN
AUTOMATIC PROPAGATED ANO ROUND-OFF ERROR ANALYSIS • PATRICK C. FISCHER
SOLUTIONS OF INCOMPATIBILITY IN MULTIPLE MEDIA DATA PROCESSING. WILLIAM S. KNOWLES,
RAYMOND STUART-WILLIAMS
COMPUTER TRANSCRIPTION OF MANUAL MORSE. CHARLES R. BLAIR
A PHYSICAL MODEL OF AN ABSTRACT LEARNING PROCESS • J. M. WIER
A PROGRAM FOR APPLYI~G THE PRINCIPLE OF PARSIMONY IN MULTIPLE REGRESSION. JAMES 8. BARTOO, DANUTA HIZ,
DONALD T. LAIRD
MAGNACARO SORTING TECHNIQUES. R. M. HAYES
ON INITIAL ESTIMATES FOR COMPUTING PTH ROOT OF A BY NEWTON'S METHOD. JOHN I. DERR
GENERATION OF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIONS IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS. FERNANDO J. CORBATO, JACK L. URETSKY
SECOND ORDER FORMULAS FOR FOURIER COEFFICIENTS. HENRY F. HUNTER
RESULTANT PROCEDURES. ERWIN H. BAREISS
PROJECTIONS, LEAST SQUARES, AND CONSTRAINED MINIMIZATION PROBLEMS. DAVIO MORRISON
THE ORIGIN OF THE ABACUS AND ITS DEVELOPMENT. SHU-T'leN LI
S.E.A. GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTERS CAB. P. NAMIAN, F. H. RAYMOND
REPORTING COMPUTER PERFORMANCE TO MANAGEMENT. J. A. CAMPISE
A CODE MATCHING TECH~IQUE FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION. ARIADNE LUKJANOW
THREE LEVELS OF LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS IN MACHINE TRANSLATION. MICHAEL lARECHNAK
SOME REMARKS ON ABSTRACT MACHINES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG
TEST ROUTINES BASED ON SYMBOLIC LOGICAL STATEMENTS. RICHARD D. ELDRED
SIMULATION AND DISPLAY OF FOUR INTERRELATED VEHICULAR TRAFFIC INTERSECTIONS. HARRY H. GOODE,
WENDELL C. TRUE
THE SOLUTION OF TALL OISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS. B. A. GALLER, P. S. DWYER
AN INTERPOLATION PROCEDURE FOR CLOSEO CURVES. T. I. ARNETTE
THE DESIGN OF FIXED POINT ITERATIONS. ARTHUR C. DOWNING
RANOOM NUMBER GENERATORS. MARTIN GREENBERGER
A NUMERICAL INTEGRATION METHOD WITH NON-UNIFORM INTERVALS. DONALD L. SHELL
SIMPSON'S RULE FOR AN ODD NUMBER OF INTERVALS. JACK W. HOLLINGSWORTH, HENRY F. HUNTER
AUTOMATED COMPUTER DESIGN • JOHN P. MALBRAIN, ANTHONY V. BANES
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITRY. JOHN H. BEAUDETTE
RELIABILITY FIELD SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM. J. R. KANE
ISOLATION OF CONTROL MALFUNCTIONS IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER. K. JACOBY
A GRAPHICAL APPROACH TO COMPUTER EfFICIENCY. JOACHIM JEENEL
ESTIMATION Of QUEUING STRUCTURE 8Y MEANS OF STATISTICAL SAMPLING. ALBERT S. CAHN
A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR PROBLEM QUEUING IN A COMPUTER SYSTEM. JACOB L. BRICKER
MULTIPROGRAMMING, THE PROGRAMMER'S VIEW. ASCHER OPLER, NORMA BAIRD
TIME-SHARED PROGRAM TESTING • HERBERT TEAGER, JOHN MCCARTHY
PROBABILISTIC INDEXING, A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO THE LIBRARY PROBLEM. M. E. MARON, J. L. KUHNS,
L. C. RAY
NEW MERGE SORTING TECHNIQUES. B. I. BETZ, W. C. CARTER
A MACHINE LANGUAGE FOR DOCUMENTATION ANO INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. WILLIAM R. NUGENT
INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL. SUSAN BREWER
CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF DATA ON TENANTS IN LOW RENT GOVERNMENT HOUSING. GENEVIEVE H. URBAN, H. APPLETON,
EVA RAPKE, ANN T. NELMS
THE COMPUTING MACHINE, SLAVE LABOR IN A FREE SOCIETY. H. M. ELLIOTT
PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF COMPUTER PEOPLE. EDMUND C. BERKELEY,
MELVIN A. SHADER, LOUIS SUTRD, ARVID W. JACOBSON
MACHINE PERCEPTION OF PRINTED AND HANDWRITTEN FORMS BY MEANS OF PROCEDURES fOR ASSESSING AND RECOGNIZING
GESTALTS. LEONARD UHR
GENERALIZATION OF LEARNING IN A MACHINE. R. J. LEE
A NEW ALGORITHM FOR ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION. P. l. INGERMAN
ON THE CONSTRUCTION Of ALGORITHM TRANSLATORS • BRUCE W. ARDEN
A MULTI-LEVEL CDOE PROCESSOR. A. EVANS, ALAN J. pERLIS
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF FORMAL MIXED LANGUAGES • SAUL GORN
A NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM WITH APPLICATION TO PRODUCT ALLOCATION. YDNATHAN BARD
THE MACHINE LOADING PROBLEM. K. EISEMANN, J. R. LOURIE
REDUCTION OF A GENERALIZED MATRIX OF POLYNOMIAL ELEMENTS TO TRIANGULAR FORM ON THE IBM 704 •
PAUL B. DAVENPORT
ON PRE-CONDITIONING MATRICES. E. E. OSBORNE
QUASI-TRIDIAGONAL MATRICES AND TYPE-INSENSITIVE DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS. SAMUEL SCHECHTER
DEFLATION BY ELEMENTARY ROTATIONS FOR THE SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS. HEINZ RUTISHAUSER
ON THE CODING OF JACOBI'S METHOD FOR COMPUTING EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF REAL, SYMMETRIC MATRICES.
F. J. CORBATD
LISP, A PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR SYMBOLIC MANIPULATIONS • JOHN MCCARTHY
FORMAL INTEGRATION ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER. JAMES R. SLAGLE
A FORTRAN-COMPILED LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE. H. GELERNTER, J. R. HANSEN. C. L. GERBERICH
ON AN ALGEBRAIC FOUNDATION FOR CONSTRUCTING OPTIMUM ALGORITHMS. D. V. STEWARD
AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFICIENCY OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMS FOR THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL
OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY ITERATIVE METHODS. KENNETH KING
COMPUTER GENERATION OF OPTIMIZED SUBROUTINES. HARRY H. DENMAN
OUTLINE FOR A MULTI-LIST ORGANIZED SYSTEM. H. J. GRAY JR, N. S. PRYWES
THE EFFECT OF SIMULTANEITY ON SDRTING OPERATIONS. S. FEERST, F. SHERWOOD
VARIABLE WORD SORTING IN THE RCA 501 SYSTEM • F. H. APPLEBAUM
A LINEAR SELECTION DIODE STEERED CORE MEMORY. ROBERT T. SHEVLIN
THE BIAX, A NEW MULTIPURPOSE COMPUTER ELEMENT. W. E. FRAOY, E. L. WOODS, J. ELIADES
PREPARATION OF DISPLAY MAPS WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. H. A. BEDIENT, J. R. NEILON, L. LAMBERT
AN INEXPENSIVE DEVICE FOR PICTORIAL INPUT AND OUTPUT • C. R. BLAIR. W. W. MARSHMAN
FINDAFACT • B. W. LANGER
FLOATING POINT ERROR ANALYSIS. R. C. NICKERSON
ERROR STABILITY IN FINITE MANTISSA FLOATING POINT COMPUTERS. J. K. CASEY
THE EXTENSION OF NUMERICAL SOLUTIONS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. G. P. WEEG
A BOUNOARY VALUE PROBLEM WITH EIGENVALUE ON THE BOUNDARY. B. A. TROESCH, LOUIS ERLICH, JAMES RILEY
THE METHOD OF SPHERICAL HARMONICS AS APPLIED TO THE ONE-VELOCITY BOLTZMANN EQUATION IN INFINITE CYLINDERS
• G. GOERTZEL, H. V. WALDINGER, J. AGRESTA
JOB SHOP SIMULATION ON THE IBM 704 • ELIZABETH B. WARE
INTEGRATED MATERIALS MANAGEMENT SIMULATION EXERCISE. CLIFFORD J. CRAFT
DIGITAL SIMULATION OF DISCRETE FLOW SYSTEMS. CLARENCE J. MOORE, THEODORE S. LEWIS
TAC, THE TRANSAC ASSEMBLER-COMPILER • SAUL ROSEN, J. HARVEY BROWN, CARL CALO
THE USE OF GENERATORS IN TAC • HAROLD SIEGAL, JAMES PAINTER
ALTAC, THE TRANSAC ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATOR. SAUL ROSEN, I. BENNETT GOLDBERG
DATA PROCESSING COMPILERS FOR SMALL CARD READING COMPUTERS. PAUL BERGER, DONALD L. SULLIVAN
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR REAL-TIME COMPUTERS. W. T. COMFORT. H. H. BLOEM
THE DETACHED SHOCK PROBLEM AND RELATED TOPICS • H. M. LIEBERSTEIN
RECURRE~CE TECHNIQUES FOR THE CALCULATION OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS. M. GOLDSTEIN, R. M. THALER
THE BENDING OF RECTMGULAR PLATES WITH OPPOSITE EDGES SIMPLY SUPPORTED. H. S. KIRSCHBAUM, J. BELLER,
J. K. WETHERBEE
THE SOLUTION OF LINEAR SYSTEMS BY RICHARDSON'S METHOD. WERNER L. FRANK
LEAST SQUARES APPROXIMATIONS BY POLYNOMIALS, ORTHOGONAL AND OTHERWISE. JOHN I. DERR
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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A METHOD FOR FI~DI~G A MI~IMUM OF A MULTIVARIATE FU~CTIO~ WITH APPLICATIO~S TO THE REDUCTION OF MISSILE
A,~D SA TELLI TE DATIl. E. R. LA~CAS TER
THE METHOD OF RESULTANT DESCENTS FOR THE MINIMIZATION OF AN ARBITRARY FUNCTION' R. W. FINKEL
A ND~-LINEAR ESTIMATION PROGRAM' T. I. PETERSO~
CLIP, A COMPILER LANGUAGE FOR I~FORMATION PROCESSING' HAROLD ISBITZ
ON THE IMPLEMENTATIO~ OF THE IAL • ROBERT M. GRAHAM
TRANSLATION OF ARTIFICIAL LANGUAGES BY COMPILER PROGRAMS, RESEARCH REPORT AND DESIGN FOR FUTURE LANGUAGES
• ROBERT F. ROSIN
A~ AUTOMATIC fORMULA TRANSLATOR fOR FIXED POINT ARITHMETIC • D. E. RICHMOND
SYMBOLIC LOGIC TRUTH MATRICES ON A COMPUTER • R. G. LARKIN, H. M. SEMARNE
A GE~ERALIZED ANALYSIS Of VARIANCE PROGRAM UTILIZING BINARY LOGIC. P. REAL
~O VALU, A PROGRAM TO COMPUTE MISSING VALUES IN A DESIGNED VARIANCE A~ALYSIS • C. C. OEVALON
NO VA~, A VARIANCE ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR FACTORIAL EXPERIME~TS • D. R. CRUISE, S. E. MILLER
A GE~ERAL ANALYSIS OF VARIA~CE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER WITH VERY LARGE MEMORY. JULIUS LIEBLEIN
THE ~UMERICAL SOLUTION Of EXTE~DED INITIAL VALUE PROBLEMS' H. J. GREENBERG
RECENT NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS COMPARI~G SUCCESSIVE OVERRELAXATION ITERATIVE METHOOS WITH IMPLICIT
ALTERNATING DIRECTION ITERATIVE METHOOS • H. S. PRICE, R. M. FITZGERALO, R. S. VARGA
MULTI-STEP I~TEGRATION METHOOS WHICH MINIMIZE PROPAGATED ERRORS' T. E. HULL, A. C. R. NEWBERY
NUMERICAL QUADRATURE Of DISCONTI~UDUS FUNCTIONS' CARL C. FARRJ~GTON
THE ~UMERICAL SOLUTION Of THE REYNOLD'S PARTIAL DIfFERENTIAL EQUATIO~ APPLIED TO THE AIR LUBRICATION OF
CIRCULARLY CURVED SURfACES' V. A. CIMINERA, R. V. WADDING, W. C. ORTHWEIN
OESIGN OF A MULTI PROGRAMMED ALGEBRAIC COMPILER. ASCHER OPLER, MYRA GRAY
ALTAC, FORTRAN, AND COMPATIBILITY. SAUL ROSEN
THERE'S STILL A PLACE FOR INTERPRETERS' ROBERT E. MACHOLL, WILLIAM J. ECCLES, J. CARTER BAYS
THE GENERAL PROBLEM Of COMPUTING LANGUAGES' W. ORCHARD-HAYS
A NELIAC GENERA TEO 7090-1401 COMPILER. J. B. WATT, ·W. H. WATTENBURG
AUTOMATIC FORMATION OF A 'MACHINE THEORY' REPRESENTI~G A MAPPING' SAUL AMAREL
FORGETTING IN AN ASSOCIATIO~ MEMORY' EDWARD A. fEIGENBAUM, HERBERT A. SIMON
A SPATIALLY ITERATED MEMORY ORGA~ PATTERNED AFTER THE CEREBRAL CORTEX' MATTHEW KABRISKY
THE MECHANllATION OF SCIENCE. R. W. HAMMING
O~ fUNCTIONAL ITERATION A~O 'HE CALCULATION OF ROOTS' J. F. TRAUB
A GE~ERALIZED METHOD FOR FINDI~G ROOTS OF NON-LI~EAR EQUATIONS' W. W. HOOKER, G. T. THOMPSON
A OIRECT METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR ALGEBRAIC EQUATIO~S • E. E. OSBORNE
O~ THE DANILEWSKI METHOD FOR COMPUTING THE CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL • ELOO~ E. HANSE~
A METHOD OF FORMI~G HIGH ORDER ROOT FINDING PROCESSES • NICOLAS JOHNSON
A DIflNITION OF THE COBOL PROCEDURE DIVISION USI~G ALGOL METALINGUISTICS • JEA~ E. SAMMET
TOWARDS A THEORY Of RECURSIVE PROCESSORS. PETER ZILAHY INGERMA~
KNOTT EO LIST STRUCTURES' J. WEIZENBAUM
SYMBOL MANIPULATION WITH A~ ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY. ROBERT R. SEEBER
DATA RETRIEVAL I~ MOBIDIC B • STANLEY K. CHAO
DESIGN DEVELOPME .... TS IN li'IFORMATIDN MANAGEMENT THROUGH SElECTIVE DISSEMINATION AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS'
C. B. HENSLEY
AN AUTOMATIC ABSTRACTI~G PROGRAM EMPLOYING STYLO-STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES AND HIERARCHIAL DATA I~DEXI""G •
D. S. HIMMELMA~, J. T. CHU
DISCRETIZATION A~O ROUNDING ERRORS IN ORBIT DETERMINATION' P. HENRICI
THE APPLICATION OF HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS TO ~UMBER THEORY TABLES. E. GREGORY MCNIEL
A TECH~IQUE FOR PRECISE COMPUTATION WITH FACTORIALS IN A OIGITAL COMPUTER. F. J. CORBATO
CHIC, A 7090 PROGRAM TO COMPUTE HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES I~ TWO VARIABLES • MARGARET L. JOHNSON,
WARD C. SANGREN
A GENERALIZATION OF HORNER'S RULE FOR POLYNOMIAL EVALUATION. W. S. DORN
AN INFDRMATIO~ ALGEBRA • R. BOSAK
THE FOU .... DATIONS OF A THEORY OF DATA PRDCESSI~G • THOMAS B. STEEL JR
INFORMATION AND TRANSFORMATIO~S ON GENERAL ARRAYS. L. WHEATON SMITH
A DISCUSSION OF MACHINE-INTERPRETED MACROINSTRUCTIONS' R. M. MEAD
A MICROINSTRUCTION SYSTEM' E. D. CONROY, R. M. MEADE
MICROPROGRAMMING • E. D. CONROY
STORED LOGIC COMPUTING. H. M. SEMARNE, W. C. MCGEE
STAGE EXECUTIVE CO~TROL • MARVIN LAUTZENHEISER
THE MUSP STATISTICAL SYSTEM. R. A. HOODES, P. WEGNER, W. WITA~EN
A DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING APPROACH TO SEQUENCING PROBLEMS' MICHAEL HELD, RICHARD M. KARP
QUADRATIC PROGRAMMI~G WITH BOU~DEO VARIABLE RESTRICTIONS. Y. C. HO, PETER WEGNER
THE SCEMP PROJECT. PHILIP WOLFE
I~PUT-OUTPUT GENERATORS IN MATHEMATICAL PROGRAMMING • J. A. BUCKLAND
INTOP, A~ INTERNATIO .... AL BUSINESS GAME' R. L. GRAVES, L. HOWELLS, H. B. THORELLI
TABSOL, A DECISIO~ TABLE LANGUAGE FOR THE GE 225 • DO~ALD C. KLICK
LOOP TRACING I~ PEP-PERT NETWORKS. JOEL M. PROSTICK
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION FOR AN IMPROVED INFORMATION PROCESSING MACHINE. ROBERT S. BARTON
PHILCO ~ODEL 212 COMPUTER EfFICIE~CY THROUGH SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS. RAY GOLLUB
NCR-315 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. LEON BLOOM, HENRY K. KENT, ISADOR PARDO, LAWRENCE J. ZORZA
WHY STRETCH' WILLIAM V. CROWLEY
NON-PROCEOURAL DATA SYSTEM LANGUAGES' LIONELLO LOMBARDI
MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS DESIGN. ROBERT HAYES
CO~VERGENCE OF APPROXIMATION POLYNOMIALS. PHILIP C. CURTIS JR
NEW PROCEDURES FOR RATIONAL APPROXIMATIO ..... E. W. CHENEY, H. L. LOEB
COMPUTATION OF A LEAST MAXIMUM APPROXIMATOR AS THE LIMIT OF WEIGHTED LEAST SQUARES APPROXIMATORS •
CHARLES L. LAWSON
STEPWISE PROCEDURES USI~G BOTH DIRECTIONS' LEONARD TOR~HEIM
A CLASS OF MULTI-QUEUE PROBLEMS ARISING IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS' M. A. LEIBOWITZ
PURCHASE COSTS, A COST-QUANTITY ANALYSIS' HARRIS FREEMAN
PRODUCTION CONTROL O~ THE DISK FILE • CHARLES E. RICHARDSON
IMPACT OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL ON CORPORATE STRUCTURE • J. H. VEYETTE JR
SYSTEMS DESIGN AND COMPUTER EVALUATION STUOY FOR A QUASI-REAL TIME DATA PROCESSI~G SYSTEM IN A
MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE' ROBERT W. MCCLENDON
AN INQUIRY INTO THE COMPUTER AUTDMATIO~ OF SUPER MARKETS. RONALD R. SEGEL
MULTIPROGRAMMING THE RCA 601 • R. D. SMITH
AUTOMATION OF PROGRAM DEBUGGI~G • K. JACOBY, H. LAYTO~
CHANNEL A~ALYSIS FOR THE IBM 7090 • B. ROTH
THE CO~CEPT OF THE LINK SEGMENT SYSTEM • JAMES PORTER
PRINCIPLES AND TECH~IQUES FOR TRAINI~G PROGRAMMERS' LEONARD C. SILVERN
WHAT TRAINING ODES A CUSTOMER WANT, NEED. ROGER L. SISSON
THE PROBLEM OF HETEROGENEOUS GROUPS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMER TRAI~ING • STANLEY L. LEVINE
TRAI~ING THE COMPUTER OPERATOR • EUGENE F. KLAUSMAN
RESIDUE CLASS ERROR CHECKING CODES • D. S. HENDERSON
A CLASS OF NUMBER REPRESENTATIONS FOR PARALLEL ARITHMETIC. ALGIRDAS AVIZIE~IS
THE P METHOD, A DESIGN PHILOSOPHY' J. ROBERT LOGA~
AUTOMATED COMPUTER CARD DESIGN. L. STEINBERG, B. KOLMAN
A MEASUREMENT OF ALERTNESS BASED ON ELECTROE ....CEPHALOGRAPHIC TIME SERIES ANALYSIS. J. T. CHU,
D. S. HIMMElMAN
ATTITUDE DETERMINATION FOR THE TIROS SATELLITES. JOSEPH W. SIRY, JOSEPH V. NATRELLA
A NEW TECHNIQUE fOR THE SOLUTION OF COMPLEX PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. STANLEY FRIED
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

19~6-1963

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AUTOMATIC AIDS TO DICTIONARY REVISION. JULES MERSEL, GERHARD REITZ
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. W. W. FINKE
EXPERIMENTS WITH A HEURISTIC COMPILER • H. A. SIMON
TEACHING A OIGITAL COMPUTER TO ASSIST IN MAKING DECISIONS. J. H. WARD JR, K. J. DAVIS
AN EXPERIMENT MODEL OF ADAPTIVE MEMORY. S. WARSHALL
DIRECT OATA SUPERVISOR. F. R. PALM
TECHNIQUES FOR MULTI-LEVEL PROGRAMMING WITH REAL TIME CONSTRAINTS. J. F. COULEUR, R. W. SMITH, O. BAHRS
MATHEMATICAL CONSIOERATIONS OF REAL TIME OIGITAL SIMULATION. I. M. SALZBERG
AN AUTO-INSTRUCTIONAL TEXT FOR IBM 1401 PROGRAMMING • W. S. PLETTE
NON-PROGRAMMEO CURRICULUM MATERIALS FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMER TRAINING PROGRAMS • G. M. SILVERN
COMPUTERS IN ENGINEERING EOUCATION 1960-1964 • D. L. KATZ, B. CARNAHAN, E. I. ORGANICK, S. O. ~AVARRO
EXTERNAL LANGUAGE KLIPA FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER URAL-2 • M. GRENIEWSKI, W. TURSKI
STRETCH EXPERIMENT IN MULTIPROGRAMMING. E. S. MCDONOUGH
CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN THE CL-II PROGRAMMING SYSTEM. G. F. LEONARO
DATA DESCRIPTION IN THE CL-II PROGRAMMING SYSTEM. T. E. CHEATHAM JR
WHAT IS 'REAL' TIME. G. F. WEINWURM
AUTOMATIC ERROR RECOVERY IN THE NIKE-ZEUS GUIDANCE COMPUTER. G. M. GRIFFITH. G. A. CHAMPINE
REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF A CRUISE MISSILE TRAJECTORY • Y. N. CHANG, K. S. SCHULZ
KEYWORD IN CONTEXT CKWICI INDEXING ON THE IBM 7090 DPS • R. V. WADDING
DIGEST, DIEBOLD GENERATOR FOR STATISTICAL TABULATION. C. F. BRENNAN
THE MERGE SYSTEM OF INFORMATION DISSEMINATION, RETRIEVAL, AND INDEXING USING THE IBM 7090 OPS •
R. H. STANWOOD
THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE COMPUTER REVOLUTION • R. N. FREED
A MONTE-CARLO APPROACH TO THE SOLUTION OF SCHEDULING PROBLEMS • J. HELLER
TOWARD BETTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES • V. H. YNGVE
HISTORY OF WRITING COMPILERS. D. E. KNUTH
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM • K. BALKE, G. CARTER
WIZOR, A COMPILER COMPILER FOR THE GE 225 COMPUTER • D. W. SCOTT
THE FORAST PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE • L. W. CAMPBELL
APPLICATION OF THE ADJOINT SYSTEM OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN THE SOLUTION OF THE BANG-BANG CONTROL
PROBLEM. T. R. MCCALLA, A. M. WILOBERGER
IMPLICIT FUNCTION SIMULATION OF THE ABLATION PROBLEM USING FINITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS. E. LIBAN,
R. E. KOPP
A OIGITAL NONLINEAR FUNCTION GENERATOR • R. A. COWAN
OPTIMUM ALLOCATION OF RESEARCH ANO ENGINEERING MANPOWER WITHIN A MULTI-PROJECT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE.
A. A. MCGEE, M. D. MARKARIAN
SMALL BUSINESS EXECUTIVE DECISION SIMULATION. A. G. OALE
ICON, A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. N. B. SOLOMON
PARTITIONEO POLYNOMIALS, AN APPROACH TOWARO EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN ACCURACY ANO SPEEO IN PRIMARY ~ATHEMATICAL
FUNCTIONS • D. J. KIEL, D. E. JOHNSON, R. E. SMITH
SEGMENTED MINMAX APPROXIMATION. C. L. LAWSON
FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION IN UNNORMALIZED ARITHMETIC. R. L. ASHENHURST
IMAGE PROCESSING. C. W. WILLIAMS
AUTOMATIC PRODUCTION OF METEOROLOGICAL CONTOUR CHARTS. H. A. BEOIENT, J. R. NEILON
PHASE PLANE STUDIES~ BY USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. O. GUREL
TRANSLATION OF COMPILER LANGUAGES. J. J. ALLEN, D. P. MOORE, H. P. ROGOWAY
COMPUTERS, CONNECTOR SYSTEMS, AND DATA OESCRIPTIONS • R. M. SHAPIRO
THE USE OF CHAIN LIST MATRICES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF COBOL OATA STRUCTURES. H. W. LAWSON JR
OECISION TABLES IN SYSTEMS OESIGN • B. GRAO
INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MILITARY COMMANO • W. F. BAUER
THE THEORY OF MULTIPOINT ITERATION FUNCTIONS. J. F. TRAUB
TABLE LOOK-UP PROCEDURES IN OATA PROCESSING. G. W. KING
COMPUTERS IN AOVANCED OEFENSE SYSTEMS • O. R. BROWN
COMPUTERS AS GENERATORS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH • A. W. JACOBSON
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO ARMS CONTROL • C. C. ABT
COMPUTER INVESTIGATIONS OF INTENTION TO ATTACK. E. C. BERKELEY
THE VISUALIZER AS A MEANS OF OISPLAYING ABT'S STRATEGIC MOOEL • L. L. SUTRO
LANGUAGES AND REAL TIME INFORMATION PROCESSING. T. B. STEEL JR
ON THE EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. W. H. LANOEN JR. W. H. WATTENBURG
A REPORT ON THE STATUS OF SMALGOL • E. L. MANOERFIELO
PROCEOURE NETWORK ANALYSIS. A. B. KAHN
BANZAI, A ONE-OIMENSIONAL MULTIENERGY GROUP NEUTRON TRANSPORT COOE FOR THE IBM 109 AND 7090 SYSTEMS.
T. F. WALES
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS IN MEOICINE • T. o. STERLING, E. L. SAENGER
ON THE SCHEOULING OF JOBS BY COMPUTER • E. S. PAGE
A SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERIZEO SCHEDULING TECHNIQUES ANO THE RCA-PERT-COST PROGRAM
• M. E. HASKINS JR, N. E. SONDAK
A MULTI-VARIANT GENERALIZED SORT PROGRAM EMPLOYING AUXILIARY ORUM STORAGE. J. H. NICHOLS, A. TIEDRICH
ON COMPUTING THE EXACT CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL. E. R. HANSEN
ITERATION IN PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR PROCEOURES • T. E. HULL, A. L. CREEMER
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF TWO GENERALIZED ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS. D. W. C. SHEN, M. L. EL-SABBAGH
DATA STRUCTURES FOR DATA RETRIEVAL • P. KUGEL
VARIABLE INFORMATION PROCESSING. M. KOSAKOFF, D. L. BUSWELL
THE CHAINING TECHNIQUE FOR ASSOCIATIVE SENTENCE RETRIEVAL. L. C. CLAPP
THE MINIMIZATION OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS CONTAINING UNEQUAL AND NONLINEAR COST FUNCTIONS. M. A. BREUER
APPLICATIONS OF REOU~OANCY TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF BINARY SYSTEMS. E. J. FARRELL
GENERALIZED MEASURES OF COMPuTER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE • J. R. HILLEGASS, A. C. NESTER, J. A. GOSDEN,
R. L. SISSON
EASTERN CJOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE.I, PROCEEOINGS. V. 1FALL JOINT COMPUTER CO~FERENCE CNEW NAME FOR EJCC STARTING IN 19621
WESTERN JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE. PROCEEOINGS
SPRING JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE CNEW NAME FOR WJCC STARTING IN 19621
LC CARD NO. 55-44701
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5
6
16
22

30
31
43
50
57
62
70
75

KEYNOTE ADDRESS. W. H. MACWILLIAMS JR
THE UNIVAC SYSTEM. J. PRESPER ECKERT JR, JAMES R. WEINER, H. FRAZER WELSH, HERBERT F. MITCHELL
PERFORMANCE OF THE CENSUS UNIVAC SYSTEM • J. L. MCPHERSON, S. N. ALEXANDER
THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY COMPUTER • G. G. HOBERG
IBM CARO-PROGRAMMEO CALCULATOR. J. W. SHELOON, LISTON TATUM
THE OROVAC • R. E. MEAGHER, J. P. NASH
DESIGN FEATURES OF THE ERA 1101 COMPUTER. F. C. MULLANEY
THE OPERATION AND LOGIC OF THE MARK III ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR IN VIEW OF OPERATING EXPERIENCE.
GLEN E. POORTE
THE UNIVERSITY OF MA~CHESTER COMPUTING MACHINE. F. C. WILLIAMS, T. KILBURN
THE DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND PERFORMANCE OF A LARGE-SCALE GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER.
B. W. POLLARO
THE WHIRLWIND I COMPUTER. R. R. EVERETT
EVALUATION OF THE ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF WHIRLWIND I • NORMAN H. TAYLOR
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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THE EDSAC COMPUTER • M. V. WILKES
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS EASTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER ISEAC) • S. N. ALEXANDER
ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE WITH THE SEAC • RALPH J. SLUTZ
COMPUTING MACHINES I~ AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING. CHARLES R. STRANG
A REVIEW OF THE BELL LABORATORIES' DIGITAL COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS. E. G. ANDREWS
THE TRANSISTOR AS A DIGITAL COMPUTER COMPONENT • J. H. FELKER
DIGITAL COMPUTERS, PRESENT AND FUTURE TRENDS. J. W. FORRESTER
KEYNOTE ADDRESS • NORMAN H. TAYLOR
RECORDING TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL COOED DATA • ARTHUR W. TYLER
PUNCHED CARD TO MAGNETIC TAPE CONVERTER FOR UNIVAC. E. BLUMENTHAL, F. LOPEl
CONVERTERS FOR TELETYPE TAPE TO IBM CARDS. G. F. NIELSEN
DEVICES FOR TRANSPORTING THE RECORDING MEDIA. RICHARD L. SNYDER JR
BUFFERING BETWEEN INPUT-OUTPUT AND THE COMPUTER. ALAN L. LEINER
SEAC INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM. SIDNEY GREENWALD
INPUT-OUTPUT DEVICES USED WITH SEAC • JAMES L. PIKE
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT TO SEAC INPUT-OUTPUT. RUTH C. HAUETER
SEAC INPUT-OUTPUT OPERATING EXPERIENCE • ERNEST AINSWORTH
THE UNISERVO-TAPE READER AND RECORDER. H. F. WELSH, H. LUKOFF
UNIVAC INPUT DEVICES. L. O. WILSON, E. ROGGENSTEIN
UNIVAC OUTPUT DEVICES • E. MASTERSON, L. D. WILSON
THE RAYOAC SYSTEM AND ITS EXTERNAL MEMORY • KENNETH M. REHLER
RAYDAC INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEMS. WALTER GRAY
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH RAYOAC • FRANKLIN R. DEAN
ENGINEERING ORGANIZATION OF INPUT AND OUTPUT FOR THE IBM 701 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINE •
L. D. STEVENS
IBM MAGNETIC TAPE READER AND RECORDER. W. S. BUSLIK
MAGNETIC TAPE TECHNIQUES AND PERFORMANCE • H. W. NORDYKE
HIGH SPEED PRINTING EQUIPMENT. LEO ROSEN
SURVEY OF ANALOGUE-TO-DIGITAL DATA CONVERTERS • H. E. BURKE JR
SURVEY OF MECHANICAL TYPE PRINTERS. J. HOSKEN
SURVEY OF NONMECHANICAL TYPE PRINTERS. R. J. ROSSHEIM
THE EASTMAN KODAK MULTIPLE-STYLUS ELECTRONIC PRINTER. RUSSEL G. THOMPSON, CLAYTON E. HUNT
GARMENT TAG EQUIPMENT • O. G. HESSLER
THE INPUT-OUTPUT EQUIPMENT OF THE FERRANTI DIGITAL COMPUTER. O. J. P. BYRD. B. J. WELBY
NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MILLING MACHINE • ALFRED K. SUSSKIND, JAMES O. MCOONOUGH
SUMMARY AND FORECAST • SAMUEL N. ALEXANDER
OPENING ADORESS. JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE. JOHN H. HOWARD
KEYNOTE ADDRESS. H. T. ENGSTROM
THE RETMA SUPPORT OF THE 1950 COMPUTER CONFERENCE. THOMAS H. BRIGGS
USE OF ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS fN THE LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS. M. E. DAVIS
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL. V. I. WEIHE
DATA PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS FOR NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION. J. SMAGORINSKY
METHODS USED TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY IN MILITARY ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT. L. D. WHITELOCK
DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR LINEAR REAL-TIME CONTROL SYSTEMS • RALPH B. CONN
THE MIT MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORY. W. N. PAP IAN
RELIABILITY EXPERIENCE ON THE OARAC • ROBERT W. HOUSE
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH THE LOS ALAMOS 101 • WILLARD G. BOURICIUS
ACCEPTANCE TEST FOR RAYTHEON HURRICANE COMPUTER. F. J. MURRAY
RELIABILITY OF A LARGE REAC INSTALLATION. BERNARD LOVEMAN
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS PEKFORMANCE TESTS. S. N. ALEXANDER. R. D. ELBOURN
EXPERIENCE ON THE AIR FORCE UNIVAC • R. KOPP
ELECTRON TUBE AND CRYSTAL DIODE EXPERIENCE IN COMPUTING EQUIPMENT • J. A. GOEfZ. H. J. GEISLER
RELIABILITY AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ILL lAC ELECTROSTATIC MEMORY. J. M. WIER
ELECTRON TUBE PERFORMANCE IN SOME TYPICAL MILITARY ENVIRONMENTS. D. W. SHARP
SEAC. REVIE~ OF THREE YEARS OF OPERATION. P. D. SHUPE. R. A. KIRSCH
A REVIEW OF OROVAC OPERATING EXPERIENCE. CHARLES R. WILLIAMS
SOME REMARKS ON LOGICAL DESIGN ANO PROGRAMMING CHECKS. HERMAN H. GOLDSTINE
THE ADVANTAGES OF BUILT-IN CHECKING. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
RECENT PROGRESS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ERROR-FREE MAGNETIC COMPUTER TAPE. J. C. CHAPMAN, W. W. WETZEL
RELIABILITY OF ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS IN COMPUTERS. MARK VANBUSKIRK
RESISTOR RELIABILITY. WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY. J. MARSTEN
RELIABILITY AND ITS RELATION TO SUITABILITY AND PREDICTABILITY • E. B. FERRELL
SUMMARY OF AIEE-IRE-ACM CONFERENCE. ALLEN V. ASTIN
SMALL COMPUTERS IN A LARGE WORLD • C. W. ADAMS
WHY NOT TRY A PLUGBOARD. REX RICE JR
CHARACTERISTICS OF CURRENTLY AVAILABLE SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTERS. A. J. PERLIS
TECHNIQUES FOR INCREASING STORAGE DENSITY OF MAGNETIC DRUM SYSTEMS. H. W. FULLER. P. A. HUSMA~,
R. C. KELNER
A SELF-CHECKING HIGH-SPEED PRINTER. EARL MASTERSON. ABRAHAM PRESSMAN
APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF MAGNETIC-CORE CIRCUITS IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS. R. O. KODIS
TELETYPE HIGH-SPEED TAPE EQUIPMENT ANO SYSTEMS. W. P. BYRNES
OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTEK COMPANY'S DECIMAL COMPUTER. THE CRC 102-0 •
R. M. HAYES
THE MARCHANT COMPUTER SYSTEM • G. B. GREENE
PERFORMANCE OF TRAOIC TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. J. H. FELKER
APPLICATION OF THE BURROUGHS EIOI COMPUTER. ALEX ORDEN
~UMERICAL SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. H. M. GURK. MORRIS RUBINOFF
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC CODING TO SMALL CALCULATORS. L. D. KRIDER
AUTOMATION OF INFORMATIO~ RETRIEVAL. J. W. PERRY. M. M. BERRY. F. U. LUEHRS JR, ALLEN KENT
MESSAGE STORAGE AND PROCESSING WITH A MAGNETIC DRUM SYSTEM. A. P. HENDRICKSON. G. I. WILLIAMS.
J. L. HILL
ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS APPLICATION PROBLEMS ON IBM 650 MAGNETIC DRUM DATA-PROCESSING MACHINE •
J. M. BOERMEESTER
SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATIC OPTICAL DESIGN. N. A. FINKELSTEIN
THE ELECTRODATA COMPUTER IN A DATA-REDUCTION SYSTEM. K. L. AUSTIN
KEYNOTE ADDRESS. J. G. BRAINERD
COMPUTERS AS TOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT • J. S. COLEMAN
COMPUTERS IN BASIC BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. F. J. PORTER JR
OPERATIONS CONTROL WITH AN ELECfRONIC COMPUTER. B. F. BUTLER
THE PLACE OF THE SPECIAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. R. E. SPRAGUE
ELECTRONICS IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNflNG • B. J. BENNETT, K. R. ELDREDGE. T. H. MORRIN. J. D. NOE,
o. W. WHITBY
THE MANUAL USE OF AUTOMATIC RECORDS. A. G. OETTINGER
EVALUATION OF SORTING METHODS. J. C. HOSKEN
DOCUMENT PROCESSING. R. H. GREGORY
ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS IN RETAIL ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE. V. H. ROMAN
THE COMPUTER AND ITS PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENf • NATHANIEL ROCHESTER
COMPUTERS ~ITH REMOTE DATA INPUT. E. L. FITlGERALD
DEVELOPMENTS IN PROGRAMMING RESEARCH. C. W. ADAMS
STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION. L. N. RIDENOUR
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS IN DIGITAL DATA SYSTEMS. R. C. MATLACK
STANDARDIZATION OF COMPUTER INTERCOMMUNICATION • H. R. J. GROSCH
STATEMENTS FROM MANUFACTURERS ON STANOARDIZATION OF MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDS
CONFERENCE SUMMARY • J. W. FORRESTER
KEYNOTE ADORESS • H. T. ENGSTROM
NEW COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AROUND THE WORLD • EVERETT S. CALHOUN
EVALUATION OF NEW COMPUTER COMPONENTS. EQUIPMENTS. AND SYSTEMS FOR NAVAL USE. L. D. WHITELOCK
THE TRANSAC S-1000 COMPUTER. J. L. MADDOX. J. 8. O'TOOLE, S. Y. WONG
UNIVAC-LARC. THE NEXT STEP IN COMPUTER DESIGN • J. P. ECKERT
DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR THE IBM STRETCH COMPUTER • S. W. DUNWELL
A NEW LARGE-SCALE DATA-HANDLING SYSTEM. DATAMATIC 1000 • J. ERNEST SMITH
THE TRADIC LEPRECHAUN COMPUTER • J. A. GITHENS
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NCR 30~ • M. SHIOWITZ. A. A. CHERIN, M. J. MENDELSON
A TECHNIQUE FOR USING MEMORY CORES AS LOGICAL ELEMENTS. L. J. ANDREWS
A MAGNETICALLY CONTROLLED GATING ELEMENT. D. A. BUCK
A 2.5-MEGACYCLE FERRACTOR ACCUMULATOR. R. D. TORREY. T. H. BONN
HIGH-TEMPERATURE SILICON-TRANSISTOR COMPUTER CIRCUITS • JAMES B. ANGELL
A SATURABLE-TRANSFORMER DIGITAL AMPLIFIER WITH DIODE SWITCHING. E. W. HOGUE
HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTOR COMPUTER CIRCUIT DESIGN. R. A. HENLE
ARE COMPUTERS IMPORTANT • R08ERT WATSON-WATT
AUTOMATIC INPUT FOR BUSINESS DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS. K. R. ELDREDGE, F. J. KAMPHDEFNER, P. H. WENDT
THE BURROUGHS ELECTRDGRAPHIC PRINTER-PLOTTER. H. EPSTEIN, P. KINTNER
A TRANSISTORIZED TRANSCRIBING CARD PUNCH. C. T. COLE JR. K. L. CHIEN, C. H. PROPSTER JR
APPARATUS FOR MAGNETIC STORAGE ON THREE-INCH WIOE TAPES. R. B. LAWRANCE. R. E. WILKINS, R. A. PENOLETON
SYNCHRONIZATION OF A MAGNETIC COMPUTER. J. KIELSOHN, G. SMOLIAR
TX-O. A TRANSISTOR COMPUTER. J. L. MITCHELL. K. H. OLSEN
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN VERY-HIGH-SPEED MAGNETIC STORAGE TECHNIQUES. W. W. LAWRENCE JR
MEGABIT MEMORY. R. A. TRACY
FERRITE APERTURED PLATE FOR RANOOM-ACCESS MEMORY. J. A. RAJCHMAN
A CRYOTRON CATALOG MEMORY SYSTEM • A. E. SLAOE, H. O. MCMAHON
A COMPACT COINCIDENT-CURRENT MEMORY. A. V. POHM, S. M. RUBENS
D4TAFILE, A NEW TOOL FOR EXTENSIVE FILE STORAGE. D. N. MACDONAL~
QUASI-RANOOM ACCESS MEMORY SYSTEMS • GERHARD L. HOLLANDER
A LARGE-CAPACITY DRUM-FILE MEMORY SYSTEM. H. F. WELSH, V. J. PORTER
THE RAMAC DATA-PROCESSING MACHINE. M. L. LESSER, J. W. HAANSTRA
CONFERENCE SUMMARY. JOHN W. CARR III
THE NUMERICORD MACHI~E-TOOL OIRECTOR • GERALD T. MOORE
OESIGN OF A NUMERICAL MILLING MACHINE SYSTEM. Y. C. HO, E. C. JOHNSON
LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE OIGIMATIC COMPUTER. JACK ROSENBERG
THE MASTER TERRAIN MODEL SYSTEM • JOSEPH A. STIEBER
A COORDINATED DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM AND ANALOG COMPUTER TO DETERMINE REFINERY-PROCESS OPERATING GUIDE5 •
C. H. TAYLOR JR
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS OF A COMPUTER CONTROLLER FOR USE IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES. W. E. FRADY,
M. PHISTER
OPTIMIZED CONTROL THROUGH OIGITAL EQUIPMENT. E. J. OTIS
REAL-TIME PRESENTATION OF REDUCED WIND-TUNNEL OATA • M. SEAMONS, M. BAIN, W. HOOVER
THE MECHANIZATION OF LETTER MAIL SORTING. I. ROTKIN
PREPARATIONS FOR TRACKING ARTIFICIAL EARTH-SATELLITES AT THE VANGUARD COMPUTING CENTER. O. A. QUARLES JR
USE OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION. S. ZADOFF. J. RATTNER
SOME EXPERIMENTATION ON THE TIE-IN OF THE HUMAN OPERATOR TO THE CONTROL LOOP OF AN AIRBORNE NAilGATIONAL
DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEM. CORWIN A. BENNETT
MULTIWEAPON AUTOMATIC TARGET AND BATTERY EVALUATOR. D. E. EISENBERG. A. E. MILLER. A. B. SHAF~ITZ
CONTROL OF AUTOM081LE TRAFFIC. A PROBLEM IN REAL-TIME COMPUTATION. D. L. GERLOUGH
PHYSICAL SIMULATION OF NUCLEAR REACTOR POWER PLANT SYSTEMS. J. J. STONE JR, B. B. GORDON, R. S. BOYD
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO AUTOMOBILE CONTROL AND STABILITY PROBLEMS. ROBERT H. KOHR
AN ANALOG-OIGITAL SIMULATOR FOR THE OESIGN AND IMPROVEMENT OF MAN-MACHINE SYSTEMS • H. K. SK~AMSTAD,
A. A. ERNST. J. P. NIGRO
FACILITIES AND INSTRUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION INVOLVING SYSTEM HAROWARE •
A. J. THIBERVILLE
PROBLEMS IN FLIGHT SYSTEM SIMULATION. E. J. MCGLINN
ANALOG. DIGITAL. ANO COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION. C. G. BLANYER, H. MDRl
THE PLACE OF SELF-REPAIRING FACILITIES IN COMPUTERS WITH OEADLINES TO MEET. LOUIS FEIN
ORGANIZING A NETWORK OF COMPUTERS TO MEET OEADLINES • A. L. LEINER. W. A. NOTZ. J. L. SMITH,
A. WEINBERGER
A PROGRAM-CONTROLLED PROGRAM INTERRUPTION SYSTEM. F. P. BROOKS JR
A TRANSISTOR-CIRCUIT CHASSIS FOR HIGH RELIABILITY IN MISSILE-GUIDANCE SYSTEMS. G. A. RAYMOND
A METHOO OF COUPLING A SMALL COMPUTER TO INPUT-OUTPUT DEVICES WITHOUT EXTENSIVE BUFFERS.
JAMES H. RANDALL
THE SYNTHESIS OF COMPUTER-LIMITED SAMPLED-DATA SIMULATION AND FILTERING SYSTEMS. ARTHUR S. ROBINSON
SAGE. A DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR AIR DEFENSE. R. R. EVERETT. C. A. ZRAKET. H. D. BENINGTO~
AN FST-2 RADAR-PROCESSING EQUIPMENT FOR SAGE. W. A. OGLETREE, H. W. TAYLOR. E. W. VEITCH. J. wYLEN
OPERATION OF THE SAGE DUPLEX COMPUTERS. P. R. VANCE. L. G. DOOLEY, C. E. DISS
A DIGITAL SYSTEM FOR POSITION OETERMINATION • OAN C. ROSS
REAL-TIME DATA PROCESSING FOR CAA AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROL • G. E. FENIMORE
OESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR MULTIPLE INTERCONNECTEO ON-LINE DATA PROCESSORS. F. J. GAFFNEY, S. LEil~E
RESERVATIONS COMMUNICATIONS UTLIZING A GENERAL PURPOSE OIGITAL COMPUTER. R. A. MCAVOY
STOCK TRANSACTION RECORDS ON THl DATATRON 205 • A. H. PAYNE
A SMALL, LOW-COST BUSINESS COMPUTER. ALEX B. CHURCHILL
A SELF-CHECKING SYSTEM FOR HIGH-SPEEO TRANSMISSION OF MAGNETIC-TAPE OIGITAL DATA. E. J. CASEY
COMMUNICATION BETWEE~ REMOTELY LOCATED DIGITAL COMPUTERS. G. F. GRONDIN, F. P. FORBATH
COMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS AS REAL-TIME COMPUTERS. A. E. JOEL
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BELL SYSTEM'S FIRST ELECTRONIC SWITCHING OFFICE • R. W. KETCHLEDGE
TRAFFIC ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATIONS SWITCHING SYSTEMS. JOSEPH A. BADER
THE USE OF THE IBM 704 IN THE SIMULATION OF SPEECH-RECOGNITION SYSTEMS. G. L. SHULTZ
AN AUTOMATIC VOICE READOUT SYSTEM. C. W. POPPE, P. J. SUHR
EXPERIMENTS IN PROCESSING PICTORIAL INFORMATION WITH A OIGITAL COMPUTER. R. A. KIRSCH, L. CAH~, C. RAY,
G. H. URBAN
OPTICAL DISPLAY FOR OATA-HANDLING SYSTEM OUTPUT. JAMES OGLE
DEVICES FOR REAOING HANDWRITTEN CHARACTERS. T. L. DIMOND
AUTOMATIC REGISTRATION IN HIGH-SPEED CHARACTER SENSING EQUIPMENT. ABRAHAM 1. TERSOFF
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER HIGH-SPEED MAGNETIC PRINTER. J. SEEHOF, M. ARMSTRONG, G. FARLEY,
M. LEINBERGER. M. MARKAKIS. S. SMITHBERG
ON-LINE SALES RECORDING SYSTEM. J. S. BAER. A. S. RETTIG, I. COHEN
NEW FRONTIERS. J. W. FORRESTER
DATA PROCESSING IN 8ANKING AND OTHER SERVICE INOUSTRIE; • B. W. TAUNTON
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN AIR DEFENSE • W. H. TETLEY
MICROPROGRAMMING. M. V. WILKES
THE ATHENA COMPUTER. A RELIABILITY REPORT. L. W. REID, G. A. RAYMONO
THE PHILOSOPHY OF AUTOMATIC ERROR CORRECTION. R. M. BLOCH
THE SYSTEM APPROACH TO RELIABILITY. H. D. ROSS
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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IMPULSE SWITCHING OF FERRITES • R. E. MCMAHON
HIGH-SPEED HIGH-CAPACITY PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY. C. A. LOVELL
AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULATION-DEMODULATION SCHEME FOR HIGH-SPEEO DATA TRANSMISSION. E. HOPNER
THE IMPENDING REVOLUTION IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY. R. RICE
COMPUTER DESIGN FROM THE PROGRAMMER'S VIEWPOINT. W. F. BAUER
NEW LOGICAL AND SYSTEMS CONCEPTS • R. K. RICHARDS
AN APPROACH TO MICROMINIATURE PRINTED SYSTEMS. D. A. BUCK, K. R. SHOULDERS
ORGANIZATION AND RET~IEVAL OF RECORDS GENERATED IN A LARGE-SCALE ENGINEERING PROJECT. G. A. BARNARD III,
L. FEIN
FILE PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE NATIONAL MENU STUDY. P. M. THOMPSON
DATA PROCESSING AND INFORMATION HANDLING. R. H. GREGORY, M. TRUST
PILOT, THE NBS MULTICOMPUTER SYSTEM. A. L. LEINER, W. A. NoTZ, J. L. SMITH, A. WEINBERGER
DATA HANDLING BY CONTROL WORD TECHNIQUES. G. A. BLAAUW
AN ELECTRONIC DIRECTORY FOR SORTING MAIL. A. W. HOLT
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF CG 24 • G. P. DINNEEN, I. L. LEBOW, I. S. REED
DESIGN CRITERIA FOR AUToSYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS. J. C. SIMS JR, H. J. GRAY
ANALYSIS OF TRL CIRCUIT PROPAGATION DELAY. W. J. DUNNET, E. P. AUGER, A. C. SCOTT
THE RECORDING, CHECKING, AND PRINTING OF LOGIC DIAGRAMS. M. KLoDMDK, P. W. CASE, H. H. GRAFF
STATE-LOGIC RELATIONS IN AUTONOMOUS SEQUENTIAL NETWORKS. W. H. KAUTZ
EVALUATION AND INSTRUMENTATION OF A SPECIAL-PURPOSE DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM USING SIMULATION EQUIPMENT.
A. J. STRASSMAN, L. H. KURKJIAN
APAR, AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND RECORDING. G. R. BACHAND, J. L. ROGERS, T. F. MARKER
A HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTORIZED ANALoG-To-DIGITAL CONVERTER. R. C. BARON, T. P. BOTHWELL
THE TRIAL TRANSLATOR, AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR EXPERIMENTAL RUSSIAN-ENGLISH MACHINE TRANSLATION
• V. E. GIULIANO
DYANA, DYNAMICS ANALYZER-PROGRAMMER, PART I, DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION. T. J. THEoDoRoFF
DYANA, DYNAMICS ANALYZER-PROGRAMMER, PART II, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION. J. T. oLSZTYN
THE UNIVAC AIRLI~ES RESERVATIONS SYSTEM, A SPECIAL-PURPOSE APPLICATION OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER.
D. K. SAMPSON, V. E. HERZFELD, C. W. FRITZE
THE SIEMENS DIGITAL COMPUTER 2002 • H. W. GUMIN
DESIGN OF THE RCA 501 SYSTEM. J. G. SMITH, T. M. HUREWITZ
THE IBM 7070 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. R. W. AVERY, S. H. BLACKFORD, J. MCDONNELL
PERFORMANCE ADVANCES IN A TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTER SYSTEM THE TRANSAC S-20DO • R. J. SEGAL, J. L. MADDOX,
P. PLANO
PROGRAMMING OESIGN FEATURES OF THE GAMMA bO COMPUTER • P. DREYFUS
THE GE-I00 DATA PROCESSOR SYSTEM. R. H. HAGOPIAN, H. L. HEROLD, J. LEVINTHAL, J. WEIZENBAUM
COMPUTERS OF THE FUTURE • REX RICE
NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE ELEMENTS AS DIGITAL COMPUTER COMPONENTS. MORTON H. LEWIN
DEPOSITED MAGNETIC FILMS AS LOGIC ELEMENTS. A. FRANCK, G. F. MARETTE, B. I. PARSEGYAN
SOLID-STATE MICROWAVE HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS. JAN A. RAJCHMAN
THE ENGINEERING DESIGN OF THE STRETCH COMPUTER. ERICH BLOCH
DESIGN OF UNIVAC-LARC SYSTEM, PART I • J. P. ECKERT, J. C. CHU, A. B. ToNIK, W. F. SCHMITT
DESIGN OF UNIVAC-LARC SYSTEM, PART II • H. LUKOFF, L. M. SPANDoRFER, F. F. LEE
ARITHMETIC AND CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN A MULTI PROGRAM COMPUTER. N. LOURIE, H. SCHRIMPF, R. REACH, W. KAHN
THE VIRTUAL MEMORY IN THE STRETCH COMPUTER. J. COCKE, H. G. KOLSKY
A COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. HAROLD K. SKRAMSTAD
THE SYSTEM ORGANIZATION OF MOBIOIC B • STANLEY K. CHAO
A UNIVERSAL COMPUTER CAPABLE OF EXECUTING AN ARBITRARY NUMBER OF SUB-PROGRAMS SIMULTANEOUSLY.
JOHN HOLLAND
THE MULTI-SEQUENCE COMPUTER AS A COMMUNICATIONS TOOL. J. N. ACKLEY
REALIZATION OF BOOLEAN POLYNOMIALS BASED ON INCIDENCE MATRICES. S. OKADA, Y. MORIWAKI, K. P. YOUNG
APPLICATIONS OF BOOLEAN MATRICES TO THE ANALYSIS OF FLOW DIAGRAMS. REESE T. PROSSER
SIMCOM, THE SIMULATOR COMPILER. THOMAS G. SANBORN
UNUSUAL TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED IN HEAT TRANSFER PROGRAMS • D. J. CAMPBELL, D. B. VOLLENWEIDER
THE AUTOMATIC TRANSC~IPTION OF MACHINE SHORTHAND. GERARD SALTON
CRITICAL-PATH PLANNI~G A~O SCHEDULING. J. E. KELLEY JR, M. R. WALKER
THE AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS. C. B. CRUMB JR, C. E. RUPE
AN ADVANCED MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEM FOR DATA PROCESSING. RICHARD B. LAWRANCE
A HIGH SPEED, SMALL SIZE MAGNETIC DRUM MEMORY UNIT FOR SUBMINIATURE DIGITAL COMPUTERS. M. MAY,
G. P. MILLER, R. A. HOWARD, G. A. SHIFRIN
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION FOR A CORE MEMORY. A. H. ASHLEY, E. U. COHLER, W. S. HUMPHREY JR
USE OF A COMPUTER TO DESIGN CHARACTER RECOGNITION LOGIC. R. J. EVEY
A SELF-ORGANIZING BI~ARY SYSTEM. RICHARD L. MATTSON
ALPHA-NUMERIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION USING LOCAL OPERATIONS. J. S. BOMBA
PATTERN RECOGNITION AND READING BY MACHINE. W. W. BLEDSOE, I. BROWNING
DISCUSSION OF PROBLEMS IN PATTERN RECOGNITION
A COMPUTER ANALYTIC METHOD FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. LEO HELLERMAN
NORMALIZED FLOATING-POINT ARITHMETIC WITH AN INDEX OF SIGNIFICANCE • H. L. GRAY, C. HARRISON JR
DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM PRODUCTION TOLERANCES BY ANALOG SIMULATION • R. B. MCGHEE, A. LEVINE
THE CROSSED-FILM CRYOTRON AND ITS APPLICATION TO DIGITAL COMPUTER CIRCUITS. V. L. NEWHOUSE,
J. W. BREMER, H. H. EDWARDS
A LOGICAL MACHINE FOR MEASURING PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY. CHARLES R. LANGMUIR
A METHOD OF VOICE COMMUNICATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER. S. R. PETRICK, H. M. WILLETT
FILTER, A TOPOLOGICAL PATTERN SEPARATION COMPUTER PROGRAM. DAPHNE INNES
REDUNDANCY EXPLOITATION IN THE COMPUTER SOLUTION OF DOUBLE-CROSTICS • EDWIN S. SPIEGELTHAL
A COMPUTER FOR WEATHER DATA ACQUISITION. PAUL MEISSNER, JAMES A. CUNNINGHAM, CLAUDE A. KETTERING
A SURVEY OF DIGITAL ~ETHOOS FOR RADAR DATA PROCESSING. F. H. KRANTZ, W. D. MURRAY
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM OF THE BMEWS CHECKOUT DATA PROCESSOR. A. EUGENE MILLER, MAX GOLOMA~
HIGH SPEED DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS. R. G. MATTESON
PARALLEL COMPUTING WITH VERTICAL DATA. WILLIAM SHOOMAN
TABSOL, A FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPT FOR SYSTEMS-ORIENTED LANGUAGES. T. F. KAVANAGH
THEORY OF FILES. LIJNELLO LOMBARDI
POLYPHASE MERGE SORTING, AN ADVANCED TECHNIQUE. R. L. GILSTAD
THE USE OF A BINARY COMPUTER FOR DATA PROCESSING. GOMER H. REDMOND, DENNIS E. MULVIHILL
HIGH SPEED PRINTER AND PLOTTER. FRANK T. INNES
A DESCRIPTION OF THE IBM 7074 SYSTEM. R. R. BENDER, D. T. DOODY, P. N. STOUGHTON
THE RCA 601 SYSTEM DESIGN. A. T. LING, K. KOZARSKY
ASSOCIATIVE SELF-SORTING MEMORY. ROBERT R. SEEBER JR
UNIVAC RANDEX II, RANDOM ACCESS DATA STORAGE SYSTEM. G. J. AXEL
DATA PROCESSING TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION. WILLIAM L. GORDON
IMPACT OF AUTOMATION ON DIGITAL COMPUTER DESIGN. W. A. HANNIG, T. L. MAYES
CALCULATED WAVEFORMS FOR THE TUNNEL DIODE LOCKED-PAIR CIRCUIT • H. R. KAUPP, o. R. CROSBY
ON ITERATIVE FACTORIZATION IN NETWORK ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER. W. H. KIM, C. V. FREIMAN,
D. H. YOUNGER, W. MAYEDA
A COMPUTER-CONTROLLED DYNAMIC SERVO TEST SYSTEM. V. A. KAISER, J. L. WHITTAKER
HOT-WIRE ANEMOMETER PAPER TAPE READER. JOHN H. JORY
USE OF A DIGITAL ANALOG ARITHMETIC UNIT WITHIN A DIGITAL COMPUTER • DONALD WORTZMAN
PB-250, A HIGH SPEED SERIAL GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER USING MAGNETOSTRICTIVE DELAY LINE STORAGE •
ROBERT MARK BECK
THE INSTRUCTION UNIT OF THE STRETCH COMPUTER. R. T. BLOSK
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 194b-1963

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MOTOR, A NEW APPROACH TO INTERMITTENT AND CONTINUOUS MOTION DEVICES IN DATA PROCESSING
EQUIPMENT • R. P. BURR
MULTILEVEL PROGRAMMI~G FOR A REAL-TIME SYSTEM. A. B. SHAFRITZ, A. E. MILLER, K. ROSE
DODDAC, AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR DATA PROCESSING, INTERROGATION, AND DISPLAY. W. F. BAUER, W. L. fRANK
PROJECT MERCURY REAL-TIME COMPUTATIONAL AND DATA-FLOW SYSTEM. S. I. GASS, W. K. GREEN, J. E. HAMLIN,
R. HOFFMAN, R. D. PEAVEY, A. PECKAR, M. B. SCOTT
A SIMULATION MODEL FOR DATA SYSTEM ANALYSIS. LEON GAINEN
A GENERAL PURPOSE SYSTEMS SIMULATION PROGRAM. GEOFFREY GORDON
USE OF A CDMBINEO ANALOG-DIGITAL SYSTEM FOR RE-ENTRY VEHICLE FLIGHT SIMULATION. ALLAN WILSD~
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION. ARTHUR J. BURNS, RICHARD E. KDPP
CDNTRANS, (CONCEPTUAL THOUGHT, RANDOM-NET SIMULATIONI • DAVID MALIN
DIGITAL TO VOICE CONVERSION. EVAN RAGLAND
CARD RA~DOM ACCESS MEMORY (CRAMI, FUNCTIONS ANO USE. LEON BLOOM, ISADDR PARDO, WILLIAM KEATING,
EARL MAYNE
THE LOGIC DESIGN OF THE FC-4100 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. W. A. HELBIG, C. S. WARREN, W. E. WOODS,
A. SCHWARTZ, H. S. ZIEPER
A VERSATILE MAN-MACHINE COMMUNICATION CONSOLE. R. GREEN, P. LAZDVICK, J. TROST, A. W. REICKORD
DATAVIEW, A GENERAL PURPOSE DATA DISPLAY SYSTEM. R. L. KUEHN
A COMPUTER FOR DIRECT EXECUTION OF ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGES. JAMES P. ANDERSON
EDDYCARO MEMORY, A SEMI-PERMANENT STORAGE. T. ISHIDATE, S. YOSHIZAWA, K. NAGAMDRI
DIGITAL DATA TRANSMISSION, THE USER'S VIEW. JUSTIN A. PERLMAN
TELE-PROCESSING SYSTEMS • J. O. SHAVER
COMMUNICATIONS FOR COMPUTER APPLICATIONS. A. A. ALEXANDER
THE SATURN AUTOMATIC CHECKOUT SYSTEM • J. HESKIN
INFORMATION HANDLING I~ THE DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL COMPLEX. T. J. HECKELMAN, R. H. LAZINSKI
AN AUTOMATIC OIGITAL DATA ASSEMBLY SYSTEM fOR SPACE SURVEILLANCE. MARVIN S. MAXWELL
fOUR AOVANCED COMPUTERS, KEY TO AIR FORCE DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM. R. J. SEGAL, H. P. GUERBER
THE ATLAS SUPERVISOR. t. KILBURN, R. B. PAYNE, D. J. HOWARTH
A SYNTAX DIRECTED GENERATOR • S. WARSHALL
AN AUTOMATED TECHNIQ~E FOR CONDUCTING A TOTAL SYSTEM STUDY. A. O. RIDGWAY
DISPLAY SYSTEM DESIG~ CONSIDERATIONS. R. T. LOEWE, P. HOROWITZ
ABSTRACT SHAPE RECOG~ITION BY MACHINE. M. E. STEVENS
CHRYSLER OPTICAL PROCESSING SCANNER. D. N. BUELL
TECHNIQUES FOR THE USE OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HEART DISEASE •
C. A. STEINBERG, W. E. TOLLES, A. H. FREIMAN, C. A. CACERES, S. ABRAHAM
PROCESSING SATELLITE WEATHER DATA, A STATUS REPORT, PART I • CHARLES L. BRISTOR
PROCESSING SATElliTE WEATHER DATA, A STATUS REPORT, PART II • LAURENCE I. MILLER
DESIGN OF A PHOTO INTERPRETATION AUTOMATON. W. S. HOLMES, H. R. LELAND, G. E. RICHMOND
EXPERIE~CE WITH HYBRIO COMPUTATION. E. M. KING, R. GELMAN
OATA HA~DlING AT AN AMR TRACKING STATION. K. M. HOGLUND, P. L. PHIPPS, E. J. BLOCK, R. A. SCHNAITH,
J. A. YOUNG
INFORMATION PROCESSING FOR INTERPLANETARY EXPLORATION. T. B. STEEL JR
EDP AS A NATIONAL RESOURCE
PLANNING THE 3600 • CHARLES T. CASALE
0825, A MULTIPLE-COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR COMMANO AND CONTROL. JAMES P. ANDERSON. SAMUEL A. HOfF~AN,
JOSEPH SHlfMAN, ROBERT J. WILLIAMS
THE SOLOMON COMPUTER. DANIEL L. SLOTNICK, W. CARL BORCK, ROBERT C. MCREYNOLDS
THE KDF9 COMPUTER SYSTEM. A. C. D. HALEY
A COMMO~ lANGUAGE FOR HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND APPLICATIONS. KENNETH E. IVERSON
INTERCOMMUNICATING CELLS, BASIS FOR A DISTRIBUTEO lOGIC COMPUTER. C. Y. LEE
ON THE USE OF THE SOLOMON PARALLEL-PROCESSING COMPUTER. J. R. BALL, R. C. BOLLINGER, T. A. JEEVES,
R. C. MCREYNOLDS, D. H. SHAFFER
DATA PROCESSING FOR COMMUNICATION NETWORK MONITORING AND CONTROL. O. I. CAPLAN
DESIGN OF ITT 525 'VADE' REAL-TIME PROCESSOR. D. R. HELMAN, E. E. BARRETT, R. HAYUH, f. O. WILLIAMS
ON THE ~EDUCTION OF TURNAROUNO TIME. H. S. BRIGHT, B. F. CHEYDlEUR
REMOTE OPERATION OF A COMPUTER BY HIGH SPEED DATA LINK • G. L. BALDWIN, N. E. SNOW
STANDAROIZATION IN COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING. C. A. PHILLIPS, R. E. UTMAN
HIGH-SPEED FERRITE MEMORIES. H. AMEMIYA, H. P. LEMAIRE, R. L. PRYOR, T. R. MAYHEW
MICROAPERTURE HIGH-SPEED FERRITE MEMORY. R. SHAHBENDER, T. NELSON, R. LOCH INGER, J. WALENTI~E
MAGNETIC FILMS, REVOLUTION IN COMPUTER MEMORIES. C. CHONG, G. FEDDE
HURRY, HURRY, HURRY. HOWARD CAMPAIGNE
THE CASE FOR CRYOTRONICS • W. B. ITTNER III
CRYOTRONICS, PROBLEMS AND PROMISE • MARTIN l. COHEN
SOME EXPERIMENTS IN THE GENERATION OF WORD AND OOCUMENT ASSOCIATIONS. GERARD SALTON
A LOGIC DESIGN TRANSLATOR. D. F. GORMAN, J. P~ ANDERSON
COMPROTEIN, A COMPUTER PROGRAM TO AID PRIMARY PROTEIN STRUCTURE DETERMINATION. MARGARET OAKLEY DAYHOfF,
ROBERT S. lEDLEY
USING GIFS IN THE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Of PROCESS SYSTEMS. WILLIAM H. DODRILL
A DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR CAROIAC ANALYSIS. M. D. BALKOVIC, C. A. STEINBERG,
P. C. PFUNKE, C. A. CACERES
CLUSTER FORMATION AND DIAGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE IN PSYCHIATRIC SYMPTOM EVALUATION. GILBERT KASKEY.
PARUCHURI R. KRISHNAIAH, ANTHONY AZZARI
SPACETRACKING MAN-MADE SATELLITES AND DEBRIS. ROBERT W. WALTZ, B. M. JACKSON
AN EXPERIMENT IN NON-PROCEDURAL PROGRAMMING. J. H. KATZ, W. C. MCGEE
SIMULATION OF AN ASSEMBLY OF SIMPLIFIED NERVE CELL MODELS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER. R. E. SEARS,
S. M. KHANNA
CYCLOPS-I, A SECOND GENERATION RECOGNITION SYSTEM. T. MARILl, A. K. HARTLEY, D. L. DARLEY, T. G. EVANS.
B. H. BLOOM, O. M. R. PARK, T. P. HART
SIMULATION OF A TURI~G MACHINE ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER. R. W. COffIN, H. E. GOHEEN, W. R. STAHL
THE ROPE MEMORY, A PERMANENT STORAGE DEVICE. P. KUTTNER
A 300 NANOSECOND SEARCH MEMORY • C. A. ROWLAND, W. o. BERGE
A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR USING THIN MAGNETIC FILMS AS A PHASE SCRIPT MEMORY ELEMENT. B. A. KAUFMAN,
E. ULZURRUN
LAMINATED fERRITE MEMORY. R. SHAHBENDER, C. WENTWORTH, K. LI, S. HOTCHKISS, J. RAJCHMAN
A lARGE CAPACITY CRYOElECTRIC MEMORY WITH CAVITY SENSING. L. L. BURNS, D. A. CHRISTIANSEN, R. A. GANGE
FIXED, ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY USING EVAPORATED ORGANIC DIODE ARRAYS. M. H. LEWIN, H. R. BEELITl,
J. A. RAJCHMAN
GENERALIZED MULTIPROCESSING AND MULTIPROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. A. J. CRITCHLOW
ORGANIZING AND PROGRAMMING A SHIPBOARD REAL-TIME COMPUTER SYSTEM. G. G. CHAPIN
A MULTIPROCESSOR SYSTEM DESIGN. M. E. CONWAY
A PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF COMPUTING-LOAO ASSIGNMENT IN A MULTI-PROCESSOR COMPUTER SYSTEM. M. AOKI,
G. ESTRIN, R. MANDELL
A DISCRIMINATION METHOO FOR AUTOMATICALLY CLASSifYING DOCUMENTS. J. H. WILLIAMS JR
THE DIRECT ACCESS SEARCH SYSTEM. I. A. WARHEIT
A FLEXIBLE DIRECT FILE APPROACH TO INFORMATION RETRIEVAL ON A SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE COMPUTER. J. OLMER
EXPERIENCE WITH A GENERALIZED INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM. M. KOSAKOFf, D. L. BUSWELL
A SEARCH MEMORY SUBSYSTEM FOR.A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. A. KAPLAN
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PB ~40 MICROPROGRAMMABLE COMPUTER. E. O. BOUTWELL JR, E. A. HOSKINSON
APPLICATION OF PUSHDOWN-STORE MACHINES. R. J. EVEY
AN INTERRUPT CONTROL FOR THE B5000 DATA PROCESSOR SYSTEM • R. V. BOCK
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THE MECHANIZATION OF A PUSH-OOWN STACK • C. B. CARLSON
EFFECTS OF DIGITAL EXECUTION TIME IN A HYBRID COMPUTER. T. MIURA, J. IWATA
CORRECTED INPUTS, A METHOD FOR IMPROVING HYBRID SIMULATION • R. GELMAN
A HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER SYSTEM • J. V. WAIT
REVIEW AND SURVEY OF MASS MEMORIES • L. C. HOBBS
INVESTIGATION OF A WOVEN SCREEN MASS MEMORY SYSTEM. J. S. DAVIS
A NEW HIGH DENSITY RECORDING SYSTEM, THE IBM 1311 DISK STORAGE DRIVE WITH INTERCHANGEABLE DISK PACKS.
J. D. CAROTHERS, R. K. BRUNNER, J. L. DAWSON, M. O. HALFHILL, R. E. KUBEC
AN ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE BURROUGHS DISK FILE. R. W. JACK, R. G. GROOM, R. A. GLEIM
A MULTIPLE-ACCESS DISC FILE. I. L. WIESELMAN, R. STUART-WILLIAMS, D. K. SAMPSON
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH BY COMPUTER, A SURVEY. D. G. BOBROW
THE COMPUTER-STORED THESAURUS AND ITS USE IN CONCEPT PROCESSING • C. A. SHEPHERD
SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE AND AMBIGUITY OF ENGLISH. S. KUNO, A. G. OETTINGER
A TAPE DICTIONARY FOR LINGUISTIC EXPERIMENTS. J. L. DOLBY, H. L. RESNIKOFF, E. MACMURRAY
HYBRID SIMULATION OF AN AIRCRAFT ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM. P. W. HALBERT
A COMPUTER DRIVEN SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL STUDIES. E. A. ROBIN, R. S. PARDEE,
D. L. SCHEFFLER, F. C. HOLLAND, A. G. HALVERSON
HYBRID TECHNIQUES FOR REAL-TIME RADAR SIMULATION • R. L. BOYELL, H. RUSTON
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION • M. PALEVSKY, J. V. HOWELL
SYSTEMS IMPLtCATIONS OF NEW MEMORY DEVELOPMENTS • S. G. CAMPBELL
A MODIFIED HOLLAND MACHINE. W. T. COMFORT
ASSOCIATIVE LOGIC FOR HIGHLY PARALLEL SYSTEMS. R. R. SEEBER, A. B. LINDQUIST
SOME APPLICATIONS FOR CONTENT-ADDRESSABLE MEMORIES. R. H. FULLER, G. ESTRIN
A COMPUTER AID FOR SYMBOLIC MATHEMATICS • L. C. CLAPP, R. Y. KAIN
STOCK MAINTENANCE BY TELEPHONE, ONE STEP TOWARDS INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING CONTROL IN A MULTI-SHOP
MANUFACTURING COMPLEX. G. P. LEWETT, S. CHOOLFAIAN
INFORMATION HANDLING IN AN ARMS CONTROL INSPECTION ENVIRONMENT. L. F. MATHISON
AN APPROACH TO MANUFACTURING CONTROL USING I·NEXPENSIVE SOURCE TO COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS.
C. A. R. KAGAN, R. TEVONIAN
ENGINEERING CHARACTERISTICS OF CYLINDRICAL THIN FILM PARAMETRONS FOR USE IN DIGITAL SYSTEMS.
B. A. KAUFMAN, W. G. PFEIFFER, V. K. RANDERY, A. J. KOLK
SINGLE CAPSTAN TAPE MEMORY. R. A. KLEIST, M. A. LEWIS, B. C. WANG
THE EVOLUTION OF AN ARMY-NAVY MILITARIZED DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEM FOR FIELD COMPUTER APPLICATIONS.
D. J. MORRISON, D. H. TYRRELL, J. J. STALLER
IBM 7340 HYPERTAPE DRIVE. R. A. BARBEAU, J. I. AWEIDA
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AT THE FRONTIERS OF BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH. W. R. ADEY
A MORE RATIONAL SYSTEM OF JUSTICE THROUGH INFORMATION PROCESSING • R. F. C. HAYDEN
THE COMPUTER IN EDUCATION, MALEFACTOR OR BENEFACTOR • ROBERT L. EGBERT
COMPUTER-ORIENTED PEACE-RESEARCH • L. FEIN
THE IMPACT OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT ON THE TRAINING AND UTILIZATION OF ENGINEERS • SIMON RAMO
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFECTIVE USE OF COMPUTERS • R. O. HUNTOON
SCIENTIFIC MANPOWER PROBLEMS • L. A. DUBRIDGE
NEW EQUATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT • J. E. HOBSON
PANEL DISCUSSION, AN EVALUATION OF ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS
COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS, THE IMPLICATION OF CENSUS EXPERIENCE. J. L. MCPHERSON
PAYROLL ACCOUNTING WITH ELECOM 120 COMPUTER • R. F. SHAW
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN LARGER MANUFACTURING PLANTS. M. E. SALVESON, R. G. CANNING
REQUIREMENTS OF THE BUREAU OF OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE FOR ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT •
E. E. STICKELL
THE PROCESSING OF INFORMATION-CONTAINING DOCUMENTS • G. W. BROWN, L. N. RIDENOUR
AIRPLANE LANDING GEAR PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS WITH AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER. D. W. DRAKE,
H. W. FOSTER
THE EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS OF SHELLS USED IN AIRFRAME CONSTRUCTION. R. H. MACNEAL
ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN AUTOPILOT OESIGN • W. T. HUNTER, R. L. JOHNSON
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS TO AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC PROBLEMS. B. HALL, R. RUTHRAUFF, D. DILL
THE SNAPPING DIPOLES OF FERROELECTRICS AS A MEMORY ELEMENT FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. C. F. PULVARI
MAGNETIC REPRODUCER AND PRINTER • J. C. SIMS JR
AN IMPROVED CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE SYSTEM • R. THORENSEN
NONLINEAR RESISTORS IN LOGICAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS. F. A. SCHWERTZ, R. T. STEINBACK
NEW LABORATORY FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL GUIDED MISSILE SIMULATION • LOUIS BAUER
A NEW CONCEPT IN ANALOG COMPUTERS • LEE CAHN
A MAGNETICALLY COUPLED LOW-COST HIGH-SPEED SHAFT POSITION DIGITIZER. A. J. WINTER
THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY DIFFERENCE METHODS USING THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL
ANALYZER • R. M. HOWE, V. S. HANEMAN
THE NORDSIECK COMPUTER • ARNOLD NORDSIECK
WILL ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES MAKE POSSIBLE A BUSINESS REVOLUTION • W. W. MCDOWELL
TRENDS IN ELECTRONIC BUSINESS DATA SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT • DEAN E. WOOLDRIDGE
AN EXPERIMENTAL DIGITAL FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM. MAIER MARGOLIS, ERIC WEISS
THE DIGITAC AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEM. o. W. BURBECK, E. E. BOLLES, W. E. FRADY, E. M. GRABBE
APPLICATION OF OPERATIONAL DIGITAL TECHNIQUES TO INDUSTRIAL CONTROL. BERNARD M. GORDON
A DIGITAL-ANALOG MACHINE TOOL CONTROL SYSTEM • HARRY W. MERGLER
EXPERIMENTS WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN A SIMPLE CONTROL SYSTEM. T. J. BURNS, J. O. CLOUD, J. M. SALZER
THE AUTOMATIC HANDLING OF BUSINESS DATA. OLIVER WHITBY
BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING, A CASE STUDY. RICHARO G. CANNING
READY-TO-WEAR UNIT CONTROL PROCEDURE • S. J. SHAFFER
UNIT CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING • RAYMOND DAVIS
A SOLUTION FOR AUTOMATIC UNIT CONTROL. HARRY D. HUSKEY
THE SYSTEM IN OPERATION. MYRON J. MENDELSON
APPROACHES TO DESIGN PROBLEMS IN CONVERSION EQUIPMENT • A. K. SUSSKIND
MULTI-CHANNEL ANALOG-DIGITAL CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DC VOLTAGES. W. S. SHOCKENCY
A HIGH-SPEED MULTICHANNEL ANALOG-DIGITAL CONVERTER • JAMES M. MITCHELL
A SHAFT-TO-DIGITAL ENCODER. B. M. GORDON, M. A. MEYER, R. N. NICOLA
REAL-TIME DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER (DARTI • LOREN P. MEISSNER
THE IBM MAGNETIC DRUM CALCULATOR TYPE 650, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS. E. S. HUGHES JR
DESIGN FEATURES OF REMINGTON RAND SPEED TALLY. JOHN L. HILL
PRODUCTION CONTROL WITH THE ELECOM 125 • NORMAN GRIESER
A CENTRALIZED DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. JEROME J. DOVER
A MERCHANDISE CONTROL SYSTEM. WILLIAM L. MARTIN
TRANSFER-FUNCTION SYNTHESIS WITH COMPUTER AMPLIFIERS AND PASSIVE NETWORKS. M. V. MATHEWS, W. W. SEIFERT
SIMULATION BY MODELING • N. L. IRVINE, L. DAVIS
IDEAL TRANSFORMERS I~ SYNTHESIS OF ANALOG COMPUTERS • R. H. MACNEAL, G. D. MCCANN
A NEW APPROACH TO GROUNDING IN DC ANALOG COMPUTERS. C. M. EDWARDS
THE NEED FOR INTEGRATION OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS AND THE DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS.
P. KIRCHER
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF PRINTED CODE TO IMPULSES ACCEPTABLE TO COMPUTING EQUIPMENT. J. T. ~AVIOSON,
R. L. FORTUNE
DATA COLLECTION AS A BY-PRODUCT OF NORMAL BUSINESS MACHINE OPERATION. J. C. TAYLOR
COMPUTERS CHALLENGE ENGINEERING EDUCATION • F. C. LINDVALL
AN OPTIMIZATION CONCEPT FOR BUSINESS DATA-PROCESSING EQUIPMENT • O. R. SWANSON
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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DATA-PROCESSOR REQUIREMENTS IN PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY CONTROL. H. T. LARSON, A. VAlSONYI
APPLICATION OF DATA PROCESSORS IN PRODUCTION. C. R. DECARLO
THE INTEGRATED USE DF ANALOG AND DIGITAL CDMPUTING MACHINES FOR AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC LOAD PROBLE~S •
B. MAZELSKY, R. F. O'CONNELL
A GENERAL DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR STATIC STRESS ANALYSIS. P. H. DENKE, I. V. BOLDT
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE STUDIED ON AN ELECTRDNIC ANALOG COMPUTER. L. B. WADEL, C. C. WAN
COOING A GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER TO OPERATE AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. R. G. SELFRIDGE
INTRODUCTION TO SESSION ON LEARNING MACHINES • W. H. WARE
GENERALIZATION OF PATTERN RECOGNITIDN IN A SELF-ORGANlliNG SYSTEM. W. A. CLARK, B. G. FARLEY
PATTERN RECOGNITION AND MODERN COMPUTERS. O. G. SELFRIDGE
PROGRAMMING PATTERN RECOGNITION • G. P. DINNEEN
THE CHESS MACHINE, A~ EXAMPLE OF DEALING WITH A COMPLEX TASK BY ADAPTATION. A. NEWELL
A NEW NONDESTRUCTIVE READ FOR MAGNETIC CORES. R. THORENSEN, W. R. ARSENAULT
THE ELECTRDGRAPHIC RECORDING TECHNIQUE. H. EPSTEIN
AN ELECTRONIC DIGITAL POLYNOMIAL ROOT EXTRACTOR. R. R. JOHNSON
A SET OF TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS FOR ASYNCHRONOUS, DIRECT-COUPLED COMPUTERS. R. A. KUDLICH
A THEOREM ON SPOT SWITCHING CIRCUITS. B. D. RUDIN
KEYNOTE ADDRESS, COMPUTERS, FROM YOUTH TO MANHOOD • NORMAN H. TAYLOR
GESTALT PROGRAMMING, A NEW CONCEPT IN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. D. T. ROSS
A TRULY AUTOMATIC COMPUTING SYSTEM. MANDALAY GREMS, R. E. PORTER
AN AUTOMATIC SUPERVISOR FOR THE IBM 702 • BRUSE MONCRIEFF
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A PULSE-DURATION-MODULATED DATA-PRDCESSING SYSTEM. J. R. LOWE, J. P. MIDDLEKAUFF
A PDM CONVERTER. W. R. ARSENAULT
AN IMPROVED MULTICHANNEL DRIFT-STABILIZATION SYSTEM. P. G. PANTAZELOS
COMBINED ANALOGUE ANO DIGITAL COMPUTING TECHNIQUES FOR THE SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS •
P. A. HURNEY JR
AN EXPERIMENTAL MONITORING ROUTINE FOR THE IBM 705 • H. V. MEEK
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A LARGE-SCALE REAL-TIME APPLICATION. M. M. ASTRAHAN,
B. HOUSMAN, J. F. JACOBS, R. P. MAYER, W. H. THOMAS
COMPUTER DESIGN TO FACILITATE LINEAR PROGRAMMING. R. C. GUNDERSON
USING A VARIABLE-WORD-LENGTH COMPUTER FOR SCIENTIFIC CALCULATION. FRED GRUENBERGER, E. H. COUGHRAN
UNUSUAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER TECHNIQUES. lAWRENCE ROSENFELD
A PROGRESS REPORT ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER DESIGN. S. R. CRAY, R. N. KISCH
A TOPOLOGICAL APPLICATION DF COMPUTING MACHINES. ASCHER OPlER
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TRAFFIC SIMULATDR WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER. S. Y. WONG
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A FIXED-PROGRAM DATA PRDCESSOR FOR BANKING OPERATIONS. JACK GOLDBERG
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A DIGITAL SYSTEM SIMULATOR. WILLIAM E. SMITH
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ON PREDICTION OF SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FROM INFORMATION ON COMPONENT PERFOKMANCE • JOAN R. ROSE~BLATT
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DESIGN OF A BASIC COMPUTER BUILDING BLDCK • J. ALMAN, P. PHIPPS, o. WILSON
ERROR DETECTION IN REDUNDANT SYSTEMS. S. SCHNEIDER, D. H. WAGNER
ANALOG LOGARITHMIC ANO ANTILOGARITHMIC CIRCUITS USING SWITCHING TRANSISTORS. A. J. SCHIEWE, K. CHEN
HIGH-SPEEO DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG CONVERSION BY INTEGRATION OF A VARIABLE-RATE PULSE TRAIN. A. DEAN GLICK
A RELIABLE METHOD OF DRIFT STABILIZATION AND ERROR DETECTION IN LARGE-SCALE ANALOG COMPUTERS.
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A NEW METHOD OF VERIFYING ANALDG COMPUTER PROBLEMS ANO PERFORMANCES. WILLARD C.MEILANOER
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THE FACT COMPILER, A SYSTEM FOR THE EXTRACTION, STORAGE, AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION. CHARLES KELLOGG
A WORD-ORIENTED TRANSISTOR DRIVEN NON-DESTRUCTIVE READ-OUT MEMORY. T. C. PENN, D. G. FISCHER
UNIFlUXOR, A PERMANEH MEMORY El'EMENT • A. M. RENARD, W. J. NEUMANN
CHARACTERISTICS OF A MULTIPLE MAGNETIC PLANE THIN FILM MEMORY DEVICE. K. D. BROADBENT, S. SHOHARA,
G. WOLFE JR
ANALOG TIME DELAV SYSTEM. C. D. HOFMANN, H. L. PIKE
DAFT, A DIGITAL-ANALOG FUNCTION TABLE. R. M. BECK, J. M. MITCHELL
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE DVNAMIC STORAGE ANALOG COMPUTER. J. M. ANDREWS
RECOGNITION OF SLOPPY, HAND-PRINTED CHARACTERS. W. DOVLE
EMPIRICAL EXPLORATlO,~S OF THE GEOMETRY THEOREM MACHINE • H. GELERNTER, J. R. HANSEN, D. II. LOVELAND
A SUGGESTED MODEL FOR INFORMATION REPRESENTATION IN A COMPUTER THAT PERCEIVES, LEARNS, AND REASONS.
P. H. GREENE
ANALOG COMPUTER TECHNIQUES FOR PLOTTING BODE AND NYQUIST DIAGRAMS. G. A. BEKEY, L. W. NEUSTADT
ON THE ~EDUCTIDN OF ERROR IN CERTAIN ANALOG COMPUTER CALCULATIONS BV THE USE OF CONSTRAINT EQUATIONS.
R. M. TURNER
THE USE OF PARAMETER INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS IN COMPUTER ANALVSIS OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS. HANS f. MEISS INGER
DATA PROCESSING, WHAT NEXT • J. M. SALZER
THE OUTLOOK FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION. F. L. ALT
COMPUTERS FOR ARTILLERV • L. R. VAN DE VElDE
COMMUNICATIONS WITHI~ A POLYMORPHIC INTELLECTRONIC SYSTEM. G. P. WEST, R. J. KOERNER
ENCODING OF INCOMPLETELY SPECIFIED BOOLEAN MATRICES. T. A. DOLOTTA, E. J. MCCLUSKEY JR
A BUILT-IN TABLE LOOKUP ARITHMETIC UNIT. R. C. JACKSON, W. H. RHODES JR, W. D. WINGER, J. G. BRENZA
ON MICROELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, INTERCONNECTIONS, AND SYSTEM FABRICATION. K. R. SHOULDERS
ON ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTERS CONSTRUCTED OF MICROELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS. J. H. HOLLAND
ON PROGRAMMING A HIGHLY PARALLEL MACHINE TO BE AN INTELLIGENT TECHNICIAN. A. NEWELL
ON A POTENTIAL CUSTOMER FOR AN INTELLIGENT TECHNICIAN. C. WEST CHURCHMAN
REAL-TIME AUTOMOBILE RIDE SIMULATION. R. H. KOHR
ANALOG COMPUTER SERVES AS BOTH SYSTEMS ANALYSIS TOOL AND OPERATOR TRAINING FACILITY FOR ENRI~O FERMI
ATOMIC POWER PLANT • S. N. IRWIN, R. KLEY
ANATRAN, FIRST STEP IN BREEDING THE DIGINALOG • L. OHLINGER
MAN-TO-MACHINE COMMU~ICATION AND AUTOMATIC CODE TRANSLATION. A. W. HOLT, W. J. TURANSKI
THE COMPUTER OPERATION LANGUAGE. G.• F. RYCKMAN
A NEW APPROACH TO THE PROGRAMMING PROBLEM • W. ORCHARD-HAYS
A LINE-nRAWING PATTERN RECOGNIZER. L. D. HARMON
AUTOMATIC STORE AND FORWARD MESSAGE SWITCHING SYSTEM • T. L. GENETTA, H. P. GUERBER, A. S. RETTIG
PRODUCTION OF MAGAZINE LABELS BY THE VIDEDGRAPH PROCESS. B. H. KLVCE, J. J. STONE
SIMULATION, A SURVEY. H. H. HARMAN
MANAGEMENT GAMES AND COMPUTERS • J. M. KIBBEE
AN ON-LINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING ENGLISH LANGUAGE. A. VAZSONYI
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL SIMULATION TECHNIQUES TO HIGHWAY DESIGN PROBLEMS. A. GLICKSTEIN, S. L. LEVY
THE USE OF MANNED SIMULATION IN THE DESIGN OF AN OPERATIONAL CONTROL SYSTEM. M. A. GEISLER, W. A. STEGER
A SURVEY OF,MICROSVSTEM ELECTRONICS. PETER B. MEYERS
TESTING OF MICROLOGIC ELEMENTS • R. ANDERSON
INTERCONNECTION TECHNIQUES FOR SEMICONDUCTOR NETWORKS • J. S. KILBV
MICROSYSTEM COMPUTER TECHNIQUES. E. LUEDICKE, A. MEDWIN
MODELING HUMAN MENTAL PROCESSES. H. A. SIMON
THE SIMULATION OF VERBAL LEARNING BEHAVIOR. E. FEIGENBAUM
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARV CHOICE EXPERIMENT. J. FELDMAN
PROGRAMMING A MODEL OF HUMAN CONCEPT FORMULATION. C. I. HOVLAND, E. B. HUNT
PARALLELISM IN COMPUTER ORGANIZATION RANDOM NUMBER GENeRATION IN THE FIXED PLUS VARIABLE COMPUTER SYSTEM.
M. AOKI, G. ESTRIN, T. TANG
THE CELLSCAN SYSTEM, A LEUCOCYTE PATTERN ANALYZER. KENDALL PRESTON JR
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO CIRCUIT DESIGN FOR UNIVAC LARC • G. KASKEY, N. S. PRVWES, H. LUKOFF
WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE COINCIDENT CURRENT CORE MEMORIES. R. S. WEISZ, N. ROSENBERG
DESCRIPTIVE LANGUAGES AND PROBLEM SOLVING. MARVIN MINSKY
BASEBALL, AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION-ANSWERER. BERT F. GREEN.JR, ALICE K. WOLF, CAROL CHOMSKY,
KENNETH LAUGHERV
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORV OF COMPUTATION. JOHN MCCARTHY
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RETRIEVAL, STATE OF THE ART • DO~ R. SWANSON
TECHNICAL INFORMATION FLOW PATTERN. M. M. KESSLER
A SCREE~ING METHOD FOR LARGE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS. ROBERT T. MOORE
WHAT IS AN INTELLIGENT MACHINE. W. ROSS ASHBY
ANALYSIS OF PERCEPTRONS • H. D. BLOCK
PHYSIOLOGY OF AUTOMATA • MURRAY L. BABCOCK
COMBINEO ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTING ELEMENTS. HERMANN SCHMID
OPTIMIZATION OF ANALOG COMPUTER LINEAR SYSTEM DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS. C. H. SINGLE, E. M. BILLINGHURST
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SAMPLEO-DATA SIMULATOR. J. E. REICH, J. J. PEREZ
DIGITAL CLOCK DELAY GENERATORS AND RUN COUNTER FOR A REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER. T. BRUBAKER, H. ECKES
31.1 TRENDS IN DESIGN OF LARGE COMPUTER SYSTEMS. C. W. ADAMS
31.5 CURRENT PROBLEMS IN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. ASCHER OPLER
371 A FIRST VERSION OF U~COL • T. B. STEEL JR
379 A METHOD OF COMBINING ALGOL AND COBOL • J. E. SAMMET
389 ALGY, AN ALGEBRAIC MANIPULATION PROGRAM • M. D. BERNICK, E. D. CALLENDER, J. R. SANFORO
393 A NEW APPROACH TO THE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER. R. S. BARTON
391 THE JOVIAL CHECKER. M. WILKERSD~
405 FACTORS AFFECTI~G CHOICE OF MEMORY ELEMENTS. CLAUOE F. KING
411 A NONDESTRUCTIVE READOUT FILM MEMORY. R. J. PETSCHAUER, R. D. TURNQUIST
427 TUNNEL DIODE STORAGE USING CURRENT SENSING. E. R. BECK, D. A. SAVITT, A. E. WHITESIDE
443 THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW NONDESTRUCTIVE MEMORY ELEMENT. A. W. VINAL
415 HIGH-SPF.ED OPTICAL COMPUTERS A~O QUANTUM TRANSITION MEMORY DEVICES. L. C. CLAPP
490 OPT.! MIZAT ION OF A RADAR A~D ITS E~VIRONMENT BY GEESE, GENERAL ElECTRIC ELECTRONIC SYSTEM EVALUA TOR
TECHNIQUES. L. BERGER, R. M. TAYLOR
501 THE SPECTRAL EVALUATI ON OF ITERATIVE DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES • M. GILllLA'ID
519 A~ ITERATION PROCEDURE FOR PARAMETRIC MODEL BUILDING AND BOU~DARY VALUE PROBLEMS. WALTER BRUNNER
535 ANALOG SIMULATIO~ OF UNDERGROUND WATER FLOW IN THE LOS ANGELES COASTAL PLAI~ • D. A. OARMS, H. N. TYSON
545 A SELF-ORGANIZING RECOGNITION SYSTEM. R. J. SINGER
555 A PATTERN RECOGNITIOr.! PROGRAM THAT GENERATES, EVALUATES AND ADJUSTS ITS OWN OPERATORS. L. U"IR,
C. VOSSLER
571 AN EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM FOR THE SELECTION OF DISJUNCTIVE HYPOTHESES. M. KOCHEN
519 TIME-ANALYSIS OF LOGICAL PROCESSES IN MAN. U. NEISSER
587 COMPUTER-BASED MANAGEMENT CONTROL • A. J. ROWE
593 AMERICA~ AIRLINES SABRE ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS SYSTEM. M. N. PERRY, W. R. PLUGGE
603 REAL-TIME MANAGEMENT CONTROL AT HUGHES AIRCRAFT. O. R. PARDEE
613 THE COMPUTER SIMULATION OF A COLONIAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC SOCIETY. W. D. HOWARD
623 X-15 ANALOG FLIGHT SIMULATIO~, SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT AND PILOT TRAINING. NORMAN COOPER
639 ANALOG-DIGITAL HYBRID COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION WITH HUMANS ANO HARDWARE • O. F. THOMAS
645 THE AUTOMATIC OETERMINATION OF HUMAN AND OTHER SYSTEM PARAMETERS. T. F. POTTS, G. N. ORNSTEIN,
A. B. CLYMER
1 TOWARD A GENERAL SIMULATION CAPABILITY. MICHAEL R. LACKNER
15 A NONLINEAR DIGIT~L OPTIMIZING PROGRAM FOR PROCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS. RAYMOND A. MUGELE
33 A SIMULATION OF A BUSINESS FIRM. CHARLES P. BONINI
39 MH-I, A COMPUTER-DPE~ATED MECHANICAL HAND. HEINRICH A. ERNST
53 AN ABSTRACT MACHINE BASED ON CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION PSYCHOLOGY. RICHARD F. REISS
71 THE GODEL INCOMPLETE~ESS THEOREM AND INTELLIGENT MACHINES. FRANK B. CANNON ITO
19 A SUPERCONDUCTIVE ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY. PAUL M. OAVIES
89 A CRYOGENIC OATA ADDRESSED MEMORY • V. L. NEWHOUSE, R. E. FRUIN
101 CIRCUITS FOR THE FX-I COMPUTER. KENNETH H. KONKLE
113 ON-LINE MAN-COMPUTER COMMUNICATION. J. C. R. LICKLIDER, WELDEN E. CLARK
129 SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR INTEGRAL EQUATIONS USING ON-LINE COMPUTER CONTROL. GLEN J. CULLER, RaSERT W. HUFF
139 ARE THE MAN AND THE MACHINE RELATIONS. BURTON R. WOLIN
141 PROBLEMS IN THE STUDY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM • BELMONT G. FARLEY
153 NEURAL ANALOGS • LEON D. HARMON
159 THE CAUDAL PHOTORECEPTOR OF THE CRAYFISH, A QUANTITATIVE STUDY OF RESPONSES TO INTENSITY, TEMPORAL AND
WAVELENGTH VARIABLES • WILLIAM R. UTTAL, HEDWIG KASPRZAK
171 A THEORY AND SIMULATION OF RHYTHMIC BEHAVIOR DUE TO RECIPROCAL INHIBITION IN SMALL NERVE NETS.
RICHARD F. REISS
195 THE MANIAC III ARITHMETIC SYSTEM. ROBERT L. ASHENHURST
203 AN ORGANIZATION OF A~ ASSOCIATIVE CRYOGENIC COMPUTER. ROBERT F. ROSIN
213 INTEGRATION AND AUTOMATIC FAULT LOCATION TECHNIQUES IN LARGE DIGITAL DATA SYSTEMS. DONALD W. LIDDELL
225 THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN ANALYSIS. WALTER J. KARPLUS, LADIS D. KOVACH
235 ANALOG SIMULATIO~ OF PARTICLE TRAJECTORIES IN FLUID FLOW. VANCE D. NORUM, MARVIN ADELBERG,
ROBERT L. FARRENKOPF
255 THE APPLICATION OF FI~ITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS TO ANALOG COMPUTER SIMULATIONS. ERIC LIBAN
21.7 ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE RE-ENTRY OF A BALLISTIC MISSILE WARHEAD AND MULTIPLE OECOYS • L. E. FOGARTY,
R. M. HOWE
219 THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EMPIRICALLY BASED MATHEMATICALLY DERIVED CLASSIfiCATION SYSTEM. HAROLD BORKO
291 THE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL DATA IN A MODERN HOSPITAL. PAUL C. TIFFANY
307 FACT SEGMENTATION. MARTIN N. GREENFIELD
317 A GENERAL TEST DATA GENERATOR FOR COBOL • RICHARD L. SAUOER
325 DATA STRUCTURES THAT GENERALIZE RECTANGULAR ARRAYS. SAMUEL A. HOFFMAN
335 AN EXPERIMENTAL TIME-SHARING SYSTEM. FERNANDO J. CORBATO, MARJORIE MERWIN-DAGGETT, ROBERT C. DALEY
345 A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE • KENNETH E. IVERSON
353 DESIGN OF A ONE-MEGACYCLE ITERATION RATE DDA • R. E. BRADLEY, J. F. GENNA
365 DOA ERROR ANALYSIS USING SAMPLED DATA TECHNIQUES. DON J. NELSON
377 HYBRID TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS. HANS S. WITSENHAUSEN
1 DETERMINING FASTEST ROUTES USING FIXED SCHEDULES. B. M. LEVIN, S. HEDETNIEMI
9 EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION. J. A. GOSDEN
17 RAMPS, A TECHNIQUE FOR RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND MULTI-PROJECT SCHEDULING. J. MOSHMAN, J. JOH~SON,
M. LARSEN
29 TIME SHARING ON THE FERRANTI-PACKARD FP6000 COMPUTER SYSTEM. F. M. MARCOTTY, F. M. LONGSTAFF,
A. P. M. WILLIAMS
41 THE 0825 AUTOMATIC OPERATING AND SCHEDULING PROGRAM. R. N. THOMPSON, J. A. WILKINSON
51 A TIME-SHARING DEBUGGING SYSTEM FOR A SMALL COMPUTER. S. BOlLEN, E. FREDKIN, J. C. R. LICKLIDER,
J. MCCARTHY
59 EXPERIENCE WITH THE ATLAS SCHEDULING SYSTEM. D. J. HOWARTH
69 DYSAC, A DIGITALLY SIMULATED ANALOG COMPUTER. J. R. HURLEY, J. J. SKILES
83 DAS, A DIGITAL ANALOG SIMULATOR. R. A. GASKILL, J. W. HARRIS, A. L. MCKNIGHT
91 SIX DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM SIMULATION OF A MANNEO ORBITAL DOCKING SYSTEM. J. C. FOX, T. G. WINDEKNECHT
105 APPLICATION OF HYBRID ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN THE AUTOMATIC MAP COMPILATION SYSTEM. S. BERTRAM
113 AUTOMATIC READING MACHINE FOR TELEGRAPH SERVICE. W. D. BUCKINGHAM
117 A RESEARCH LABORATORY FOR PROCESSING AND DISPLAYING SATELLITE DATA IN REAL TIME. B. K. KERSEY,
R. H. SPITLER
127 A REAL TIME MULTI-COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR LUNAR AND PLANETARY SPACE FLIGHT DATA PROCESSING. W. HOOVER,
A. ARCAND, T. B. MILLER
141 GROUNO OPERATION EQUIPMENT FOR THE ORBITING ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY. A. G. FERRIS, E. J. HABIB,
H. W. COOPER, R. L. MCCONAUGHY
155 ERROR DETECTION CORRECTION AND CONTROL. R. STEENECK
lli3 STATE OF THE ART IN SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING. R. W. HAMMING
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STATE OF THE ART OF PROGRAMMING • R. S. BARTON
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR INOUSTRY AND THE MILITARY, A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LAST TEN YEARS •
D. F. BLUMBERG
AUTOMATIC PARAMETER OPTIMIZATION AS APPLIED TO TRANSDUCER DESIGN. M. HOWELL
HYBRID COMPUTER SOLUTION OF TIME-OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS. E. G. GILBERT _
MULTIPLE INTEGRALS ON A NON-REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER. A. HAUSNER
HYBRID TECHNIQUES FOR ANALOG FUNCTION GENERATION • W. E. CHAPELLE
AUTOMATIC STRATIFICATION OF INFORMATION. D. LEFKOVITZ, N. S. PRYWES
A COMPUTER APPROACH TO CONTENT ANALYSIS, STUDIES USING THE GENERAL INQUIRER SYSTEM. P. J. STO~E,
E. B. HUNT
SELECTIVE DISSEMINATION OF INFORMATION ISDI), STATE OF THE ART IN MAY, 1963 • C. B. HENSLEY
COMPUTER CONTROLLED PRINTING. M. P. BARNETT, D. J. MOSS, D. A. LUCE, K. L. KELLY
ON THE SOLUTION OF AN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL PROBLEM. B. H. SAMS
AN OUTLINE OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A COMPUTER-AIDED OESIGN SYSTEM. S. A. COONS
THEORETICAL FOUNOATIONS FOR THE COMPUTER-AIDEO DESIGN SYSTEM. D. T. ROSS, J. E. RODRIGUEZ
MAN-MACHINE CONSOLE FACILITIES FOR COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN. R. STOTZ
SKETCHPAD, A MAN-MACHINE GRAPHICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. I. E. SUTHERLAND
SKETCHPAD III, A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR DRAWING IN THREE DIMENSIONS. T. E. JOHNSON
KEY ADDRESSING OF RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES BY RADIX TRANSFORMATION. A. D. LIN
ADAM, A PROBLEM-ORIENTEO SYMBOL PROCESSOR • A. P. MULLERY, R. F. SCHAUER, R. RICE
ASSOCIATIVE TECHNIQUES WITH COMPLEMENTING FLIP-FLOPS. E. S. LEE
PHYSICAL AND LOGICAL DESIGN OF A HIGHLY PARALLEL COMPUTER. J. S. SQUIRE, S. M. PALAIS
MANNED SPACECRAFT SIMULATION • J. H. MCLEOD
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A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS • ELDRED NELSON
STATIC-DYNAMIC DESIGN OF FLIP-FLOP CIRCUITS • C. L. WANLASS
APPLICATIONS OF CRC-ID5 DECIMAL DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. ERIC WEISS
MULTIDIMENSIONAL MAGNETIC MEMORY SELECTION SYSTEMS. M. K. HAYNES
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH UNIVAC SYSTEMS. J. R. WEINER
AN AUTOMATIC CRUISE CONTROL COMPUTER FOR LONG RANGE AIRCRAFT. J. R. SHULL
A STABILIZED ELECTRONIC MULTIPLIER. C. D. MORRILL, R. V. 8AUM
HIGH DENSITY DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM. J. T. POTTER, P. C. MICHEL
A COMPUTER FOR FLAW PLOTTING. NOEL B. BRAYMER
DYNAMIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES USED IN SEAC AND DYSEAC • R. D. ELBOURN, R. P. WITT
SYMBOLIC PROGRAMMING. NATHANIEL ROCHESTER
HIDDEN REGENERATIVE LOOPS IN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. LOUIS G. WALTERS
ELECTRICAL DELAY LINES FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS. J. R. ANDERSON
DESIGN OF TRIODE FLIP-FLOPS FOR LONG-TERM STABILITY. JOHN O. PAIVINEN, ISAAC L. AUERBACH
A PHOTOELECTRIC DECI~AL-CODED SHAFT DIGITIZER. W. H. LIBAW, L. J. CRAIG
AN ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER • A. D. SCARBROUGH
THE UNIVAC TUBE PROGRAM. T. O. HINKELMAN, M. KRAUS
REVIEW SECTION • H. D. HUSKEY
COMPUTER DEFINITIONS • N. ROCHESTER, W. H. WARE
SOLUTION OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH VARIA8LE COEFFICIENTS 8Y THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERE~TIAL
ANALYZER. CARL H. HOWE, ROBERT M. HOWE
AUTOMATIC BEAM CURRENT STABILIZATION FOR WILLIAMS TUBE MEMORIES. RUDOLPH J. KLEIN
ACCURACY OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER • LEE CAHN
THE MODEL II UNITYPER • LOUIS D. WILSON, SAUL MEYER
SYSTEM ORGANIZATION OF THE DYSEAC • A. L. LEINER, S. N. ALEXANDER
A TIME-SHARING ANALOG MULTIPLIER. H. FREEMAN, E. PARSONS
AN OPERATIONAL-DIGITAL FEED8ACK DIVIOER • M. A. MEYER, B. M. GORDON, R. N. NICOLA
LOGIC, DISCOVERY, AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINERY. M. E. MARON
SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE SEAC AND DYSEAC • A. L. LEINER, W. A. NOTl, J. L. SMITH, A. WEINBERGER
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES I~ ANALOG SYSTEMS. M. A. MEYER
A HIGH SPEED CORRELATOR • HAROLD BELL JR, VINCENT C. RIDEOUT
A WIDE-BAND SQUARE-LAW COMPUTING AMPLIFIER. AARON S. SOLTES
AN ANALOG MULTIPLIER USING THYRITE • L. D. KOVACH, W. COMLEY
A SUB-AUDIO TIME DELAY CIRCUIT • C. D. MORRILL
A PERMANENT HIGH SPEED STORE FOR USE WITH DIGITAL COMPUTERS. R. D. RYAN
APPLICATION OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TO SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN AND TO ERROR DETECTION. D. E. MULLER
AN ALGEBRAIC THEORY FOR USE IN DIGITAL COMPUTER DESIGN. E. C. NELSON
AN IMPROVED READING SYSTEM FOR MAGNETICALLY RECORDED DIGITAL DATA. SAMUEL LUBKIN
A DIGITAL VOLTAGE ENCODER. J. R. ZWEIZIG
A NEW METHOD OF GENERATING FUNCTIONS. L. G. POLIMEROU
A FUNCTION GENERATOR FOR THE SOLUTION OF ENGINEERING OESIGN PROBLEMS. C. J. SAVANT, R. C. HOWARD
THE USE OF A REFLECTED COOE IN DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS. F. A. FOSS
A TRANSISTORIZED PULSE CODE MOOULATOR • G. R. PARTRIOGE
A RADIO-FREQUENCY NO~DESTRUCTIVE READOUT FOR MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORIES. BERNARD WIDROW
TIME-DELAY NETWORKS FOR AN ANALOG COMPUTER • W. J. CUNNINGHAM
A STABILIZED DRIFTLESS ANALOG INTEGRATOR. HOWARD HAMER
A DESK-~ODEL ELECTRO~IC ANALOG COMPUTER. M. W. FOSSIER, H. A. ROSEN
ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE ELECTRODATA DIGITAL COMPUTER. JOHN C. ALRICH
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITRY FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS • C. L. WAN LASS
A HIGH-SPEED PERMANENT STORAGE DEVICE. JOSEPH M. WIER
CORRECTION, A TRANSISTORIZED PULSE CODE MODULATOR. G. R. PARTRIDGE
CONTROL FEATURES OF A MAGNETIC-DRUM TELEPHONE OFFICE. W. A. MALTHANER, H. E. VAUGHAN
STABILITY OF A METHOD OF SMOOTHING IN A DIGITAL CONTROL COMPUTER. WILLIAM KARUSH
REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRESS DURING 195~ • DAVID R. BROWN
PGEC STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND EDUCATION IN COMPUTERS. H. H. GOODE
A SURVEY OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS. L. B. WADEL, A. W. WORTHAM
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR USE IN AN OPERATIONAL FLIGHT TRAINER. W. H. DUNN, C. ELDERT, P. V. LEVONIAN
A DIODE MULTIPLEXER FOR ANALOG VOLTAGES. H. J. GRAY JR, M. RUBINOFF, J. TOMPKINS
SOME NOTES ON LOGICAL BINARY COUNTERS. R. M. BROWN
A VARIABLE BINARY SCALER. D. B. MURRAY
TIME-DELAY CIRCUITS. W. E. THOMSON
PGEC CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS
A LOGICAL READING SYSTEM FOR NONRETURN-TO-lERO MAGNETIC RECORDING. A. S. HOAGLAND
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTING TECHNIQUE FOR THE SOLUTION OF TRIGONOMETRIC PROBLEMS. A. S. ROBINSON
AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION OF TANGENTS. F. S. PRESTON
CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL SYSTEMS CONTAINING A DIGITAL COMPUTER. T. TEICHMANN
ON THE INPUT IMPEDANCE NETWORK ERROR IN OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS. H. HELLERMAN
TWO'S COMPLEMENT MULTIPLICATION IN BINARY PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTERS. J. E. ROBERTSON
FAST CARRY LOGIC FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. B. GILCHRIST, J. H. POMERENE, S. Y. WONG
BIT STORAGE VIA ELECTRO-OPTICAL FEEDBACK. A. MILCH
TERNARY COUNTERS. R. S. MACKAY, R. MACINTYRE
A LOGARITHMIC VOLTAGE QUANTIZER • E. M. GLASER, H. BLASBALG
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

26

BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC55~
PGEC55~

PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC561
PGEC562
PGEC562
PGEC562
PGEC562
PGEC562
PGEC563
PGEC563
PGEC563
PGEC563

156
158
1
7
12
15
19
21
26
36
~3

65
73
79
82
86
III
114
121
126

PGEC563 132
PGEC563 142
PGEC563 158
PGEC56~ 184
PGEC564 192
PGEC56~ 197
PGEC564 203
PGEC564 207
PGEC564 213
PGEC56~ 219
PGEC56~

22~

PGEC564 227
PGEC56~ 233
PGEC564 240
PGEC571
I
PGEC571
5
PGEC571 1~
PGEC571 21
PGEC571 30
PGEC571 37
PGEC571 49
PGEC571 55
PGEC572 71
PGEC572 72
PGEC572 74
PGEC572 B6
PGEC572 92
PGECS72 95
PGEC572 100
PGEC~72 103
PGEC572 lOB
PGEC573 143
PGEC573 15~
PGEt573 162
PGEC573 167
PGEC573 170
PGECS73
PGEC573
PGEC573
PGEC573
PGECS73
PGEC573
PGEC573
PGECS73
PGEC574

175
IB2
187
190
192
194
195
202
231
PGEC57~ 242
PGEC574 247
PGECS74 255
PGEC514 261
PGEC574 265
PGEC51~ 276
PGEC581
2
PGEC5Bl
6
PGEC581 17
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGECS81
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC581
PGEC582
PGEC582
PGEC582
PGEC5B2
PGEC5B2
PGEC582
PGEC582
PGEC5B2
PGEC582
27

23
32
34
41
48
52
57
60
61
65
91
97
103
109
119
122
123
123
129

HIGH OENSITY WILLIAMS STORAGE. S. Y. WONG
A OECIMAL CODE FOR ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION. B. LIPPEL
SEER, A SEQUENCE EXTRAPOLATING ROBOT. O. W. HAGELBARGER
AUTOMATIC DATA-ACCUMULATION SYSTEM FOR WIND TUNNELS. J. J. WEDEL, A. HUNTINGTON, M. B. BAIN
000 BINARY ASYNCHRONOUS COUNTERS. J. E. ROBERTSON
COMPLEXITY IN ELECTRONIC SWITCHING CIRCUITS • D. E. MULLER
ON THE WIRING OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL MULTIPLE-COINCIOENCE MAGNETIC MEMORIES. N. M. BLACHMAN
A PROGRAMMED VARIABLE-RATE COUNTER FOR GENERATING THE SINE FUNCTION. J. N. HARRIS
A TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLIER. M. LEJET LILAMANO
REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL ANALOGY COMPUTATION MEETING. N. M. BLACHMAN
REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRESS 1955 • J. P. NASH
A ONE-MICROSECOND AD~ER USING ONE-MEGACYCLE CIRCUITRY • A. WEINBERGER, J. L. SMITH
A SMALL COINCIDENT-CURRENT MAGNETIC MEMORY. W. J. BARTIK, T. H. 'BONN
REFLECTED NUMBER SYSTEMS • IVAN FLORES
ANALOG MULTIPLIERS AND SQUARERS USING A MULTIGRID MOOULATOR • R. L. SYDNOR, T. R. O'MEARA, J. STRATHMAN
TRANSISTORS IN CURRE~T-ANALOG COMPUTING. BRANCH P. KERFOOT
THE REPRESENTATION OF CONSTRAINTS BY MEANS OF AN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. OONALO T. GREENWOOO
HIGH-SPEED SHIFT REGISTERS USING ONE CORE PER BIT. V. L. NEWHOUSE, N. S. PRYWES
HIGH-SPEEO FLIP-FLOPS FOR THE MILLIMICROSECOND REGION. Z. BAY, N. T. GRISAMORE
A TOPOLOGICAL METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE MINIMAL FORMS OF A BOOLEAN FUNCTION. R. H. URBANO,
R. K. MUELLER
LOGIC CIRCUITS FOR A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. G. W. BOOTH, T. P. BOTHWELL
SYMPOSIUM ON THE IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON SCIENCE AND SOCIETY. A. V. ASTIN, R. E. MEAGHER, DAVIO SAYRE,
J. W. FORRESTER, LEON COHEN, A. W. JACOBSON, J. W. MAUCHLY
SOME AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN WESTERN EUROPE • NELSON M. BLACHMAN
A NEW TYPE OF FERROELECTRIC SHIFT REGISTER. JOHN R. ANDERSON
TRA~SISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER. G. J. PROM, R. L. CROSBY
ELECTRO~IC SWITCH FOR ANALOG COMPUTER SIMULATION. NICK D. DIAMANTIOES
REPRESENTATION OF NONLINEAR FUNCTIONS. ROBERT M. HOWE
AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. VELIO A. MARSOCCI
PULSE GENERATOR ANO HIGH-SPEED MEMORY CIRCUIT. Z. BAY, N. T. GRISAMORE
THE IBM 705 EDPM MEMORY SYSTEM. RICHARD E. MERWIN
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR DEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, COMPONENT OEVELOPMENT • HAROLO F. HEATH JR
RELIABILITY Of AN AIR DEFENS~ COMPUTING SYSTEM, CIRCUIT DESIGN. RAYMOND E. NIENBURG
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR OEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, MARGINAL CHECKING AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMIN~ •
M. M. ASTRAHAN, L. R. WALTERS
SYMPOSIUM, THE DESIGN OF MACHINES TO SIMULATE THE BEHAVIOR OF THE HUMAN BRAIN. W. S. MCCULL~CH,
A. G. OETTINGER, N. ROCHESTER, O. H. SCHMITT
THE LOGIC OF BIOIRECTIONAL BINARY COUNTERS. MARCEL J. E. GOLAY
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A SIMPLE GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. STANLEY P. fRANKEL
A TRANSISTOR-DRIVEN MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORY. E. LEROY YOUNKER
CURRENT STEERING IN MAGNETIC CIRCUITS. J. A. RAJCHMAN, H. D. CRANE
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG MULTIPLIER USING CARRIERS. ERICH S. WEIBEL
WAYS OF DEVELOPING SOVIET COMPUTER PRODUCTION, ABSTRACTS OF THE 1956 MOSCOW CONFERENCE
PGEC MEMBERSHIP SURVEY. W. L. MARTIN, S. R. OLSON
REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTER PROGRESS DURING 1956
THE IRE AFFILIATE PLAN, A NEW VENTURE IN ENGINEERING SOCIETY STRUCTURE AND SERVICE. W. R. G. BAKER
A TIME-SEQUENTIAL TABULAR ANALYSIS OF FLIP-FLOP LOGICAL OPERATION. GENE W. ARANT
OYNAMIC ACCURACY AS A DESIGN CRITERION OF LINEAR ELECTRONIC-ANALOG DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS. AMOS NATHAN
TRIGONOMETRIC RESOLUTION IN ANALOG COMPUTERS BY MEANS OF MULTIPLIER ELEME~TS • R. M. HOWE, E. G. GILBERT
MINIMIZATION OF THE PARTIALLY-DEVELOPED TRANSFER TREE. MITCHELL P. MARCUS
A NEW DIDOE FUNCTION GE~ERATOR • T. MIURA, H. AMEMIYA, T. NUMAKURA
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG MULTIPLIER. DAVID C. KALBFELL
AN ALGORITHM FOR DETERMI~ING MI~IMAL REPRESE~TATIONS OF A LOGIC FUNCTION. BERNARD HARRIS
COMPUTI~G TECHNIQUES FOR THE SAMPLING PARAMETRIC COMPUTER. C. J. HIRSCH, F. C. HALLDEN
ANALOG COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PREDICTOR DESIGN. M. R. BATES, D. H. BOCK, F. D. POWELL
THE THEORY OF NETS. F. E. HOHN, S. SESHU, O. D. AUFE~KAMP
A DESIGN TECHNIQUE FOR PEDESTAL-fREE SWITCHING CIRCUITS. GEORGE SEBESTYEN
A NEW METHOD FOR GENERATING A FUNCTION OF TWO INOEPENDENT VARIABLES • LAZARUS G. POLIMEROU
AN ANALOG METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF PROBABILITY OF HIT AND RELATED STATISTICAL PROBLEMS.
THOMAS B. VAN HORNE
AN EXPERIMENT IN MUSICAL COMPOSITION. F. P. BROOKS JR, A. L. HOPKINS JR, P. G. NEUMANN, W. ~. WRIGHT
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG CROSS CORRELATOR FOR OIP LOGS. J. H. SASSEEN
A VARIABLE FUNCTION DELAY FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS. R. S. STONE. R. A. OANOL
HUMAN BEINGS, AS COMPUTERS, BIOLOGICAL COMPUTERS • WARREN S. MCCULLOCH
THE COMPLfXITY OF BIOLOGICAL COMPUTERS • H. QUASTLER
A NOTE ON THE REMARKABLE MEMORY OF MAN • GEORGE A. MILLER
THE HUMAN COMPUTER I~ FLIGHT CONTROL • LAWRENCE J. FOGEL
CORRECTION TO AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. VELIO A. MARSOCCI
THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY BOOLEAN MATRICES • JOSEPH O. CAMPEAU
SIMULATION OF TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS ON THE IBM 104 • R. J. DOMENICO
AN OPTIMUM CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM USING DECISION FUNCTIONS • C. K. CHOW
AN ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS I, BANDWIDTH LIMITATIONS.
PAUL C. DOW JR
SYNTHESIS OF VECTOR NETWORKS. R. E. HORN, V. G. FAUQUE
SWITCHING FUNCTIONS OF THREE VARIABLES • D. W. DAVIES
ANALYSIS OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. D. D. AUFENKAMP, F. E. HOHN
DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUITRY. J. R. HARRIS
TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS FOR DIRECT-COUPLED TRA~SISTDR LOGIC CIRCUITS. JAMES W. EASLEY
A~ A~ALYSIS OF CERTAI~ ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC OIFFERENTIAL ANALYZE~S II. CAPACITOR DIELECTRIC ABSORPTION·
PAUL C. DOW JR
A STUDY OF REFILL PHENOMENA IN WILLIAMS' TUBE MEMORIES. J. M. MAUGHMER, H. D. HUSKEY
COMPUTING AND ERROR MATRICES IN LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL A~ALYZERS • AMOS NATHAN
SCANNERS FOR FERROELECTRIC MEMORY CAPACITORS. C. F~ PULVARI. G. E. MCDUFFIE JR
A TRANSISTORIZED FOUR-QUADRANT TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLIER WITH AN ACCURACY OF 0.1 PER CENT. HERMANN SCHMID
NEW APPLICATIONS OF AN ELECTRONIC FUNCTION GENERATOR. RAJKO TOMOVIC
SYNTHESIS OF'N-VALUEO SWITCHING CIRCUITS. R. D. BERLIN
SYNTHESIS OF ELECTRO~IC CIRCUITS FOR SYMMETRIC FUNCTIONS. GEORGE EPSTEIN
CORRECTION TO AN EXPERIMENT IN MUSICAL COMPOSITION. F. P. BROOKS JR
THERMISTORS FOR THE GRAOUAL APPLICATION OF HEATER VOLTAGE TO THERMIONIC TUBES. J. J. GANO, ~. F. SANOY
REVIEW OF COMPUTER PROGRESS IN 1957 • R. P. CASTANIAS. J. E. SHERMAN
NONLINEAR TRANSFER FUNCTIONS WITH THYRITE • L. D. KOVACH. W. COMLEY
A NOVEL TYPE OF ISOGRAPH (ALGEBRAIC EQUATION SOLVER I • P. VENKATA RAO
LOGICALLY MICRO-PROGRAMMED COMPUTERS. JOHN V. BLANKENBAKER
ANALYTICAL DESIGN OF RESISTOR-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGICAL CIRCUITS. M. W. MARCOVITZ, E. SElF
ON THE ANALYSIS OF SEQUE~tIAL MACHINES. R. G. GILLESPIE. D. D. AUFENKAMP
CORRECTION TO THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY BOOLEAN MATRICES. JOSEPH O. :AHPEAU
SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION, DATA REDUCTION. AND CONTROL
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN CONTINUOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS. EDWARD L. BRAUN
COMPUTERS IN PROCESS INDUSTRY CONTROL' WILLIAM F. GUN~ING
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

27

BI BLI OGRAPHY
PGEC582 134
PGEC582 136
PGEC582 141
PGEC582
PGEC582
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583

155
185
191
196
199
207
213
218
223
228

PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC583
PGEC584
PGEC584
PGEC584
PGEC584

231
244
250
250
262
265
268
277

PGEC584
PGEC584
PGEC584
PGEC584
PGEC584

282
285
291
299
306

PGEC584 313
PGEC584 316
PGEC584 324
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591
PGEC591

25
31
36
42
48
55

PGEC591
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592

60
92
98
108
113
118
125
131
140
148
159

3
8
13

PGEC592 169
PGEC592 182
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592
PGEC592

1810

197
200
204

PGEC592 210
PGEC592 218
PGEC592 222
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593

262
263
265
271
277

PGEC593 287
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593

297
302
308
317
321

PGEC593 326
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593
PGEC593

330
335
339
3410
3510

PGEC593 3107
PGEC593 381
PGEC593 391
PGEC594 432
PGEC594 439
PGEC594 441
PGEC594 449
PGEC594 458
28

ASPECTS OF REAL-TIME SIMULATION. WALTER F. BAUER
OIGITAL INFORMATION PROCESSING FOR MACHINE-TOOL CONTROL • ALFRED K. SUSSKIND
REALIZATION OF RANDOMLY TIMED COMPUTER INPUT AND OUTPUT BY MEANS OF AN INTERRUPT FEATURE. L. R. TURNER,
J. H. RAWLINGS
LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY. DOUGLAS B. NETHERWDOD
SENEWS, SCIENCE EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE NEWSLETTER
DESIGN OF AC COMPUTING AMPLIFIERS USlNG TRANSISTORS. C. A. KRAUSE. R. R. LOWE
A NOTE ON CONTACT NETWORKS FOR SWITCHING FUNCTIONS OF FOUR VARIABLES • RODERICK GOULD
ON THE LOOP AND NODE-ANALYSIS APPROACHES TO THE SIMULATION OF ELECTRICAL NETWORKS • JOSEPH OTTERMAN
GENERALIZED PARITY CHECKING • HARVEY L. GARNER
INVESTIGATIONS OF MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS WITH FEEDBACK. HARRY J. GRAY JR
A NEW CLASS OF DIGITAL DIVISION METHODS • JAMES E. ROBERTSON
MAGNETIC CORE PULSE-SWITCHING CIRCUITS FOR STANDARD PACKAGES. JACK L. ROSENFELD
THE SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS OF 4-79 PERMALLOY CORES WITH DIFFERENT ANNEALS. T. D. ROSSING,
W. M. OVERN, V. J. KORKOWSKI
FORMAL ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF BILATERAL SWITCHING NETWORKS. RAYMOND E. MILLER
A TRANSISTOR PULSE GENERATOR FOR DIGITAL SYSTEMS. DOUGLAS J. HAMILTON
CORRECTION TO LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY. DOUGLAS B. NETHERWOOD
CORRECTION TO SWITCHING FUNCTIONS OF THREE VARIABLES. D. W. DAVIES
A MAGNETIC CORE PARALLEL AODER • MAD-CHAO CHEN
SIGNIFICANT DIGIT COMPUTER ARITHMETIC. N. METROPOLIS. R. L. ASHENHURST
MINIMAL 'SUM OF PRODUCTS OF SUMS' EXPRESSIONS OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS. SHREERAM ABHYANKAR
A METHOO FOR SYNTHESIZING THE WAVEFORM GENERATED BY A CHARACTER, PRINTED IN MAGNETIC INK, IN PASSING
BENEATH A MAGNETIC READING HEAD. I. FLORES, F. RAGONESE
ON THE MINIMUM LOGICAL COMPLEXITY REQUIRED FOR A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. S. P. FRANKEL
ITERATIVE COMBINATIONAL SWITCHING NETWORKS, GENERAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS. E. J. MCCLUSKEY JR
SOME PROPERTIES OF BOOLEAN EQUATIONS • N. ROUCHE
ANALYSIS OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES II • D. D. AUFENKAMP
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATION OF COMPUTING ERRORS OF A SLOW TYPE ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER. T. MIURA,
M. NAGATA
BIDEC, A BINARY-TO-DECIMAL OR DECIMAL-TO-BINARY CONVERTER. JOHN F. COULEUR
DIODELESS MAGNETIC SHIFT REGISTERS UTILIZING TRANSFLUXORS • NOAH S. PRYWES
CORRECTION TO ANALYTICAL DESIGN OF RESISTOR-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGICAL CIRCUITS. M. W. MARCOVITZ,
E. SElF
ABSOLUTE MINIMAL EXPRESSIONS OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS • SHREERAM ABHYANKAR
A GENERALIZED RESISTOR-TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUIT AND SOME APPLICATIONS. S. C. CHAO
A SYNTHESIS TECHNIQUE FOR MINIMAL STATE SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG
A RING MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF MULTIPLICATION FOR COMPLEMENT CODES. HARVEY L. GARNER
A HIGH-SPEED ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER. DONALD SAVITT
A NON-REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF SAGE TRACKING AND BOMARC GUIDANCE. D. W. LADD. E. W. WOLF
TIME MULTIPLEXING AS APPLIED TO ANALOG COMPUTATION. EUGENE RAWDIN
A FIGURE OF MERIT FOR SINGLE-PASS DATA RECORDING SYSTEMS. J. H. MULLIGAN JR
SIMULATION TO OBTAIN A SYSTEMS MEASURE OF AN AIR DUEL ENVIRONMENT. A. A. B. PRITSKER, R. C. VAN BUSKIRK,
J. K. WETHERBEE
1958 PGEC MEMBERSHIP SURVEY REPORT. K. W. UNCAPHER
THIN-FILM MEMORIES. ERIC E. BITTMANN
INTEGRATED DEVICES USING DIRECT-COUPLED UNIPOLAR TRANSISTOR LOGIC. J. T. WALLMARK. S. M. MARCUS
P-N-PI-N TRIODE SWITCHING APPLICATIONS. V. H. GRINICH. I. HAAS
AN ELECTRO-OPTICAL SHIFT REGISTER. T. E. BRAY
PROCESSING DATA IN BITS AND PIECES. F. P. BROOKS JR. G. A. BLAAUW. W. BUCHHOLZ
INCREASING RELIABILITY BY THE USE OF REDUNDANT MACHINES. D. E. ROSENHEIM, R. B. ASH
BOOLEAN MATRIX EQUATIONS IN DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN. ROBERT S. LEOLEY
THE RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM • HARVEY L. GARNER
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DIGITAL MAGNETIC CIRCUITS AND MATERIALS. WALTER L. MORGAN
THE RECORDING AND REPRODUCTION OF SIGNALS ON MAGNETIC MEDIUM USING SATURATION-TYPE RECORDING.
J. J. MIYATA, R. R. HARTEL
MAGNETIC CORE LOGIC IN A HIGH SPEED CARO-TO-TAPE CONVERTER. E. BLOCH. R. C. PAULSEN
THE USE OF A REPETITIVE DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER FOR FINDING ROOTS OF POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS. P. MAOICH.
J. PETRICH. N. PAREZANOVIC
A HIGH-SPEED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR SIMULATION. R. C. LEE, F. B. COX
DISTRIBUTED PARAMETE~ VI8RATION WITH STRUCTURAL DAMPING AND NOISE EXCITATION. R. V. POWELL
OPTIMIZATION BY RANDOM SEARCH ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER. J. K. MUNSON. A. I. RUBIN
LINEAR SYSTEM APPROXIMATION BY DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER SIMULATION OF ORTHONORMAL APPROXIMATION FUNCTIONS.
ELMER G. GILBERT
GENERALIZED INTEGRATION ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER. GEORGE A. BEKEY
A PERTURBATION TECHNIQUE FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS. L. BUSH. P. ORLANDO
A FOUR-QUADRANT MULTIPLIER USING TRIANGULAR WAVES. DIODES. RESISTORS. AND OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS.
PAUL E. PFEIFFER
ONR SYMPOSIUM ON MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS. MARSHALL C. YOVITS
HISTORY AND INTRODUCTION, MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES FOR COMPUTERS. R. E. MEAGHER
NANOSECOND LOGIC BY AMPLITUDE MODULATION AT X BAND. W. C. G. ORTEL
A LOGIC DESIGN FOR A MICROWAVE COMPUTER. STANLEY P. FRANKEL
PARAMETRIC PHASE-LOCKED OSCILLATOR, CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS.
L. S. ONYSHKEVYCH. W. F. KOSONOCKY, A. W. LO
SEMICONDUCTOR PARAMETRIC DIODES IN MICROWAVE COMPUTERS. J. HILIBRAND. C. W. MUELLER. C. F. STOCKER.
R. D. GOLD
FAST MICROWAVE LOGIC CIRCUITS. D. J. BLATTNER, F. STERZER
MICROWAVE LOGIC CIRCUITS USING DIODES • W. SAUTER. P. J. ISAACS
THE PARAMETRON DIGITAL COMPUTER MUSASINO-l • S. MUROGA. K. TAKASHIMA
A GLOW COUNTING TUBE READ-OUT TECHNIQUE AND ITS APPLICATION. STANLEY K. CHAO
AN IDEALIZED OVER-ALL ERROR-CORRECTING DIGITAL COMPUTER HAVING ONLY AN ERROR-DETECTING COMBI~ATIONAL PART
• WILLIAM L. KILMER
SYSTEM ORGANIZATION JF A MULTIPLE-COCKPIT DIGITAL OPERATIONAL FLIGHT TRAINER. H. J. GRAY JR.
H. H. NISHINO, A. L. VIVATSON
THE CDRDIC TRIGONOMETRIC COMPUTING TECHNIQUE. JACK E. VOLDER
DECIMAL-BINARY CONVERSIONS IN CORDIC • D. H. DAGGETT
MINIMAL SEQUENTIAL MACHINES * DOUGLAS B. NETHERWOOD
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE REDUCTION OF A GIVEN MACHINE TO A MINIMAL-STATE MACHINE • SEYMOUR GINSBURG
MINIMIZING THE NUMBE~ OF STATES IN INCOMPLETELY SPECIFIED SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING FUNCTIONS. M. C. PAULL.
S. H. UNGER
LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN II. A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY. DOUGLAS B. NETHERWOOD
OPERATIONAL ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE VIBRATION OF A BEAM AND A RECTANGULAR MULTICELLULAR STRUCTURE·
A. BEN CLYMER
THE DESIGN OF POSITION AND VELOCITY SERVOS FOR MULTIPLYING AND FUNCTION GENERATION. EDWARD O. GILBERT
TRANSISTOR PULSE CIRCUITS FOR 160-MC CLOCK RATES. W. J. GIGUERE, J. H. JAMISON. J. C. NOLL
A NOTE ClN THE NUMBER OF INTERNAL VARIABLE ASSIGNMENTS FOR SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS.
E. J. MCCLUSKEY J~. S. H. UNGER
SYNTHESIS OF MINIMAL-STATE MACHINES. SEYMOUR GINSBURG
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS USING A MODIFIED REFLECTED BINARY CODE. HAROLD M. LUCAL
MAGNETIC FIELDS OF SQUARE-LOOP THIN FILMS OF OBLATE SPHEROIDAL GEOMETRY. H. CHANG. A. G. MILNES
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

28

BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC594
PGEC 594
PGEC594
PGEC594
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ELECTRODEPOSITED TWISTOR AND BIT WIRE COMPONENTS • S. J. SCHWARTZ, J. S. SALLO
NONDESTRUCTIVE READOUT OF METALLIC-TAPE COMPUTER CORES. L. M. LAMBERT
DIODE-STEERED MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORY. A. MELMED, R. SHEVLIN
THE DESIGN OF A LARGE ELECTROSTATIC MEMORY. M. GRAHAM, G. L. MILLER, H. R. PATE, R. SPINRAD
SYSTEMATIC SCALING FOR DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS. ARTHUR GILL
RUSSIAN VISIT TO U.S. COMPUTERS. E. M. ZAITZEFF, M. M. ASTRAHAN
HIGH OENSITY DIGITAL MAGNETIC RECORDING TECHNIQUES. A. S. HOAGLAND, G. C. BACON
THE OPTIMAL ORGANIZATION OF SERIAL MEMORY TRANSFERS. ARTHUR GILL
THE DESIGN OF DIODE-TRANSISTOR NOR CIRCUITS. DALE P. MASHER
ESAKI DIODE HIGH-SPEED LOGICAL CIRCUITS. E. GOTO, K. MURATA, K. NAKAZAWA, K. NAKAGAWA, T. MOTO-OKA,
Y. MATSUOKA, Y. ISHIBASHI, H. ISHIDA, T. SOMA, E. WADA
MAGNETIC ANALOGS OF RELAY CONTACT NETWORKS FOR LOGIC. D. B. ARMSTRONG, T. H. CROWLEY, U. F. GIANOLA,
E. E. NEWHALL
THE DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION. G. W. REITWIESNER
REGULAR EXPRESSIONS AND STATE GRAPHS FOR AUTOMATA • R. F. MCNAUGHTON, H. YAMADA
A METHOD FOR THE DESIGN OF PATTERN RECOGNITION LOGIC. SAM D. STEARNS
OPTIMIZATION OF REFERENCE SIGNALS FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEMS. I. FLORES, L. GREY
FREQUENCY-TO-PERIOD-TO-ANALOG COMPUTER FOR FLOWRATE MEASUREMENT. TEO W. BERWIN
SOVIET COMPUTER TECH~OLOGY, 1959 • WILLIS H. WARE, S. N. ALEXANDER, P. ARMER, M. M. ASTRAHAN, L. BERS,
H. H. GOOOE, H. D. HUSKEY, M. RUBINOFF
SEQUENCE DETECTION USING ALL-MAGNETIC CIRCUITS. H. D. CRANE
COMPARISON OF SATURATED ANO NONSATURATED SWITCHING CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES. G. H. GOLDSTICK
COMPARATIVE PERFORMA~CE OF SATURATING AND CURRENT CLAMPEO HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE CIRCUITS IABSTRACTI •
V. P. MATHIS, H. RAILLARD, J. J. SURAN
A NEW CORE SWITCH FOR MAGNETIC MATRIX STORES AND OTHER PURPOSES. I. P. V. CARTER
SUBMICROSECOND CORE MEMORIES USING MULTIPLE COINCIDENCE. H. P. SCHLAEPPI, I. P. V. CARTER
MAGNETIC FIELDS OF TWISTDRS REPRESENTEO BY CONFOCAL HOLLOW PROLATE SPHEROIDS. H. CHANG, A. G. MILNES
THE DESIGN OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE MICROPROGRAM-CONTROLLED COMPUTER WITH ELEMENTARY STRUCTURE •
THOMAS W. KAMPE
AN EVALUATION OF SEVERAL TWO-SUMMAND BINARY ADDERS. J. SKLANSKY
CONDITIONAL-SUM ADDITION LOGIC. J. SKLANSKY
CONSTANT-WEIGHT COUNTERS AND DECODING TREES. WILLIAM H. KAUTZ
OETERMI~ATION OF THE IRREDUNOANT NORMAL FORMS OF A TRUTH FUNCTION BY ITERATED CONSENSUS OF THE PRIME
IMPLICANTS • THOMAS H. MOTT JR
A PRECISION AMPLITUDE-DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER. W. F. CALDWELL, G. A. KORN, V. R. LATORRE, G. R. PETERSON
A PULSE POSITION MODULATION ANALOG COMPUTER. E. V. BOHN
CORRECTION TO THE DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION. GEORGE W. REITWIESNER
TUNNEL OIODE DIGITAL CIRCUITRY. W. F. CHOW
TRANSISTOR CURRENT SWITCHING ANO ROUTING TECHNIQUES. D. B. JARVIS, L. P. MORGAN, J. A. WEAVER
MAGNETIC FILM MEMORIES, A SURVEY. A. V. POHM, E. N. MITCHELL
SOME APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC FILM PARAMETRONS AS LOGICAL DEVICES. R. F. SCHAUER, R. M. STEWART JR,
A. V. POHM, A. A. READ
A THIN MAGNETIC FILM SHIFT REGISTER. KENT D. BROADBENT
FLUXLOK, A NONDESTRUCTIVE, RANDOM-ACCESS ELECTRICALLY ALTERABLE, HIGH-SPEED MEMORY TECHNIQUE USING
STANDARO FERRITE MEMORY CORES. ROBERT M. TILLMAN
MAGNETOSTRICTIVE ULTRASONIC DELAY LINES FOR A PCM COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. O. A. AARONSON, O. 8. JAMES
ERROR OETECTING AND CORRECTING BINARY CODES FOR ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS. DAVID T. BROWN
A THEOREM FOR DERIVING MAJORITY-LOGIC NETWORKS WITHIN AN AUGMENTED BOOLEAN ALGEBRA. R. LINOAMAN
THE USE OF PARENTHESIS-FREE NOTATION FOR THE AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS. E. L. LAWLER,
G. A. SALTON
DC AMPLIFIER MISALlG,~MENT IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS. R. L. KONIGSBERG
A FEEDBACK METHOD FOR OBTAINING A SYNCHRO OUTPUT SIGNAL PROPORTIONAL TO INPUT ANGLE THETA FO~ LARGE THErA
• M. B. BROUGHTON
A SOLUTION TO THE EULER ANGLE TRANSFORMATION EQUATIONS. GILBERT R. GRADO
IMPROVEMENTS TO CURRENT SWITCHING. F. K. BUELOW
SYSTEM APPLICATION OF HYBRID LOGIC CIRCUITRY. J. T. LYNCH, J. J. KAREW
ESAKI DIODE LOGIC CIRCUITS. G. W. NEFF, S. A. BUTLER, D. L. CRITCHLOW
TUNNEL DIOOE LOGIC CIRCUITS. R. H. BERGMAN
A SECONDARY-EMISSION PULSE CIRCUIT, ITS ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION. JAN A. NARUD
AN ELECTRICALLY ALTERABLE NONDESTRUCTIVE TWISTOR MEMORY. R. L. GRAY
CURRENT BUILD-UP IN AVALANCHE TRANSISTORS WITH RESISTANCE LOADS. DOUGLAS J. HAMILTON
HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTORIZED ADDER FOR A OIGITAL COMPUTER. FORREST SALTER
FAST HIGH-ACCURACY BINARY PARALLEL AODITION • HERBERT C. HENORICKSON
CHARACTFRIZING EXPERIMENTS FOR FINITE-MEMORY BINARY AUTOMATA. ARTHUR GILL
STATISTICAL RECOGNITION FUNCTIONS AND THE DESIGN OF PATTERN RECOGNllERS • T. MARILL, D. M. G~EEN
THE SIMPLIFICATION OF MULTIPLE-OUTPUT SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOSEO OF UNILATERAL DEVICES. G. C. VANDLING
UNIQUENESS OF WEIGHTED CODE REPRESENTATIONS • G. P. WEEG
ANALOG REPRESENTATIO~ OF POISSON'S EQUATION IN TWO DIMENSIONS. R. J. MARTIN, N. A. MASNARI, J. E. ROWE
A NEW, SOLID-STATE, NONLINEAR ANALOG COMPONENT. L. D. KOVACH, W. COMLEY
SOLVING INTEGRAL EQUATIONS ON A REPETITIVE OIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. R. TOMOVIC, N. PAREZANOVIC
A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR ANALOG INTEGRATION AND DIFFERENTIATION. M. A. THOMAE
CORRECTION TO CONDITIONAL-SUM ADOITION LOGIC. J. SKLANSKY
UNATE TRUTH FUNCTIONS • ROBERT MCNAUGHTON
LINEAR-INPUT LOGIC. ROBERT C. MINNICK
AXIOMATIC MAJORITY-DECISION LOGIC. M. COHN, R. LINDAMAN
COMPUTER DESIGN OF MULTIPLE-OUTPUT LOGICAL NETWORKS. THOMAS C. BARTEE
GAMES THAT TEACH THE FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER OPERATION. DOUGLAS C. ENGELBART
BILATERAL SWITCHING USING NONSYMMETRIC ELEMENTS. M. AOKI, G. ESTRIN
FERRITE TOROID CORE CIRCUIT ANALYSIS. R. BETTS, G. BISHOP
A DIGITAL STATIC MAGNETIC WIRE STORAGE WITH NONOESTRUCTIVE READ-OUT. C. G. SHOOK
CORRECTION TO MINIMIZATION DF CONTACT NETWORKS SUBJECT TO RELIABILITY SPECIFICATIONS. ARTHUR GILL
A DIGITAL CORRELATOR BASED ON THE RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM. PHILIP W. CHENEY
A FUNCTYON GENERATOR USING COLD-CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES • R. M. DUFFY, C. P. GILBERT
INITIAL CONDITIONS IN COMPUTER SIMULATION. K. S. MILLER, J. B. WALSH
1960 PGEC MEMBERSHIP REPORT. KEITH W. UNCAPHER
A STRAIGHTFORWARD WAY OF GENERATING ALL BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF N VARIABLES USING A SINGLE MAGNETIC CIRCUIT.
K. V. MINA, E. E. NEWHALL
ON THE STATE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM FOR SEQUENTIAL MACHINES, I • J. HARTMANIS
A GENERALIZATION OF A THEOREM OF QUINE FOR SIMPLIFYING TRUTH FUNCTIONS. J. T. CHU
REDUCING COMPUTING TIME FOR SYNCHRONOUS BINARY DIVISION. R. G. SALTMAN
THE PHILIPS COMPUTER PASCAL. H. J. HEIJN, J. C. SELMAN
ESAKI DIODE NOT-OR LOGIC CIRCUITS. H. S. YOURKE, S. A. BUTLER, W. G. STROHM
LOGIC CIRCUITS USING SQUARE-LOOP MAGNETIC DEVICES, A SURVEY. JOHN L. HAYNES
A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF ALL-MAGNETIC LOGIC SCHEMES • O. R. BENNION, H.D. CRANE, D. C. ENGELBART
DESIGN OF AN ALL-MAG~ETIC COMPUTING SYSTEM, PART I CIRCUIT DESIGN. H. O. CRA~E, E. K. VAN DE RIET
DESIGN OF AN ALL-MAGNETIC COMPUTING SYSTEM, PART II LOGICAL OESIGN • H. O. CRANE
A 2.l8-MICROSECONO MEGABIT CORE STORE UNIT. C. A. ALLEN, G. D. BRUCE, E. D. COUNCILL
MATRIX SWITCH AND DRIVE SYSTEM FOR A LOW-COST MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORY. WARREN A. CHRISTOPHERSON
SERIAL MATRIX STORAGE SYSTEMS • M. LEHMAN
A FLEXIBLE ANO INEXPENSIVE METHOD OF MONITORING PROGRAM EXECUTION IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER. FRANK F. TSUI
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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ON THE ENCOOING OF ARBITRARY GEOMETRIC CONFIGURATIONS • HERBERT FREEMAN
AN ACCURATE ANALOG MULTIPLIER ANO DIVIDER. E. KETTEl. W. SCHNEIDER
HIGH-SPEED ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTERS UTiliZING TUNNEL DIODES. R. A. KAENEl
AN ALGORITHM FOR PATH CONNECTIONS AND ITS APPLICATIONS. C. Y. lEE
CASCADED FINITE-STATE MACHINES. ARTHUR Gill
THE REALIZATION OF SYMMETRIC SWITCHING FUNCTIONS WITH LINEAR-INPUT lOGICAL ELEMENTS • WillIAM H. KAUTZ
ORTHOGONAL FUNCTIONS FOR THE lOGICAL DESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS. ROBERT P. COLEMAN
AUTOCORRElATIONS FOR BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF NOISEllKE PERIODIC SEQUENCES. B. M. EISENSTADT. B. GOLD
SIGNED-DIGIT NUMBER REPRESENTATIONS FOR FAST PARAllEL ARITHMETIC • AlGIRDAS AVIZIENIS
COMPUTING MACHINE AIDS TO A DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. C. W. ROSENTHAL
IMPROVEMENT OF ELECTRONIC-COMPUTER RELIABiliTY. W. G. BROWN. J. T~ERNEY. R. WASSERMAN
SOME THOUGHTS ON DIGITAL COMPONENTS AND CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES. ARTHUR W. lO
UNIVAC-lARC HIGH-SPEED CIRCUITRY. CASE HISTORY. N. S. PRYWES. H. lUKOFF. J. SCHWARZ
COINCIDENT-CURRENT SUPERCONDUCTIVE MEMORY. L. l. BURNS JR. G. A. ALPHONSE. G. W. lECK
SEMIPERMANENT STORAGE BY CAPACITIVE COUPLING. D. H. MACPHERSON. R. K. YORK
A CARD-CHANGEABLE PERMANENT-MAGNET-TWISTOR MEMORY OF lARGE CAPACITY. W. A. BARRETT. F. B. HUMPHREY.
J. A. RUFF. H. l. STADLER
CORRECTION TO REDUCING COMPUTING TIME FOR SYNCHRONOUS BINARY DIVISION. ROY G. SAlTMAN
THE SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES. AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY. P. l. SIMMONS. R. F. SIMMlNS
A NOTE ON THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER. HERBERT GElERNTER
SIMULATION OF THREE MACHINES WHICH READ ROWS OF HANDWRITTEN ARABIC NUMBERS. l. A. KAMENTSKY
AN ANALOG METHOD FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION. W. H. HIGHlEYMAN
THE HAll-EFFECT ANALOG MULTIPLIER. G. KOVATCH. W. E. MESERVE
COPPER-MANDREL POTENTIOMETER DYNAMIC ERROR AND COMPENSATION. C. H. SINGLE. J. A. BRUSSOlO
DESIGN OF THE ESIAC AlGERRAIC COMPUTER. M. l. MORGAN. J. C. LOONEY
THE CASCADE DECOMPOSITION OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. M. YOEll
ON THE STATE ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM FOR SEQUENTIAL MACHINES II • R. E. STEARNS. J. HARTMANIS
A TRUTH TABLE METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF COMBINATIONAL lOGIC • SHELDON B. AKERS JR
THE USE OF THE SIMPLEX ALGORITHM IN THE MECHANIZATION OF BOOLEAN SWITCHING FUNCTIONS BY MEANS OF MAGNETIC
CORES • SIDNEY N. EINHORN
AN ALGORITHM FOR AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF lOGICAL CRYOGENIC CIRCUITS. E. H. SUSSENGUTH JR
GEOMETRIC MAPPING OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS. M. E. ARTHUR
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SWITCHING CIRCUITS AND lOGICAL ALGEBRA. PER ASBJORN HOLST
AN ALGORITHM FOR RAPID BINARY DIVISION. J. B. WilSON. R. S. lEDlEY
A GENERAL JUNCTION-TRANSISTOR EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT FOR USE IN lARGE-SIGNAL SWITCHING ANALYSIS.
S. B. GEllER. P. A. HANTEK. O. R. BOYLE
USING DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN THE DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE OF NEW COMPUTERS. A. l. lEINER. A. WEINBERGER.
C. COLEMAN. H. lOBERMAN
SKIP TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH-SPEED CARRY-PROPAGATION IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS. H. lEHMAN. N. BURlA
SOME PROPERTIES OF BINARY COUNTERS·WITH FEEDBACK. ROBERT C. BRIGHAM
A MAGNETOSTRICTIVE DELAY-liNE SHIFT REGISTER. lEE E. HARGRAVE JR
PROPOSAL FOR HAGNETIC DOMAIN-WAll STORAGE AND lOGIC • DONALD O. SMITH
CRYOSAR MEMORY DESIG~ • R. C. JOHNSTON
A METHOD FOR RESOlVI~G MULTIPLE RESPONSES IN A PARAllEL SEARCH FilE. E. H. FREI. J. GOlOBER~
DRUM ORGANIZATION FOR STROBE ADDRESSING. GERHARD l. HOLLANDER
COMPUTER lANGUAGES FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION •. BERT F. GREEN JR
COMPUTER SYNTHESIS OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEMS. D. N. FREEMAN
AN INCREMENTAL COMPUTER TECHNIQUE FOR SOLVING COORDINATE-ROTATION EQUATIONS. C. S. DEERING.
C. B. SHELMAN
TWO-lEVEL CORRELATION ON AN ANALOG COMPUTER. C. l. BECKER. J. V. WAIT
SOVIET CYBERNETICS A~D COMPUTER SCIENCES 1960 • E. A. FEIGENBAUM
SPECIAL ANALOG-HYBRID COMPUTER ISSUE. J. E. SHERMAN
TEN YEARS OF COMPUTER SIMULATION. JOHN MCLEOD
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS USING CONTROllED SUPERCONDUCTORS. P. M. CHIRlIAN. V. A. MARSOCCI
A COMPARISON OF HIGHER-ORDER DIFFERENCE METHODS IN THE SOLUTION OF BEAM-VIBRATION PROBLEMS •
DONALD T. GREENWOOD
SIMULATION OF A BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER. E. C. DELANO
AN INFI~ITE-RESOlUTION FUNCTION GENERATOR. P. H. WENDLAND. P. P. M. HANlET
REAL-TIME ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION. MARK E. CONNEllY
PARAMETRIC TECHNIQUES FOR ELIMINATING DIVISION AND TREATING SINGULARITIES IN COMPUTER SOlUTIaNS OF
ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. ARTHUR HAUSNER
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL REAL-TIME COMPUTER. T. D. TRUITT
SIMULATION OF STEAM GENERATION IN A HEAT EXCHANGER. P. J. HERMANN
ANALOG COMPUTATION OF GREEN'S FUNCTION FOR INTEGRATING TWO-POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS.
RICHARO M. TERASAKI
ACCURACY IMPROVEMENTS OF THE TAPPED-POTENTIOMETER FUNCTION GENERATORS. N. PAREZANOVIC. M. OUJMOVIC
PROPOSED IRE STANDARDS FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS
ITERATIVE SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOSED OF COMBINATIONAL CEllS. WilliAM KilMER
EXAMPLES OF ABSTRACT MACHINES • SEYMOUR GINSBURG
CASCADED SWITCHING NETWORKS OF TWO-INPUT FLEXIBLE CEllS. K. K. MAITRA
THE VERTEX-FRAME METHOD FOR OBTAINING MINIMAL PROPOSITION-lETTER FORMULAS. THEODORE M. BOOTH
lOGARITHMIC AND EXPO~ENTIAl FUNCTION EVALUATION IN A VARIABLE STRUCTURE DIGITAL COMPUTER. O. CANTOR.
G. ESTRIN. R. TURN
A COMPUTER FOR SOLVING liNEAR SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS USING THE RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM. RONALD M. GUFFIN
COMPUTATIONAL CHAINS AND THE SIMPLIFICATION OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS. THOMAS MARlll
INFORMATION PROCESSI~G BY DATA INTERROGATION. J. ATKIN. N. B. MARPLE
THE STE~OWRITER. A SYSTEM FOR THE lEXICAL PROCESSING OF STENOTYPY. E. J. GAlli
TIME AVERAGE THERMAL PROPERTIES OF A COMPUTER UTiliZING THIN-FilM SUPERCONOUCTING ELEMENTS. HAROLD SOBOL
TUNNEL-DIODE FUll BI~ARY ADDER. C. A. RfNTON. B. RABINOVICI
CIRCUIT~ EMPLOYING T~ROIDAl MAGNETIC CORES AS ANALOGS OF MUlTIPATH CORES. J. A. BALDWIN JR
ONE-lEVEL STORAGE SYSTEM. T. KILBURN. O. B. G. EDWARDS. M. J. lANIGAN. F. H. SUMNER
DESIG~ OF MEMORY SENSE AMPLIFIERS. G. H. GOlOSTICK. E. F. KLEIN
A HARMO~IC ANALYSIS ~F SATURATION RECORDING IN A MAGNErlC MEDIUM. BOHDAN KOSTYSHYN
THE MAG~ETIC CONFIGURATION OF STYLUS RECORDING. H. J. KUMP
STOCHASTIC MODEL FOR THE BROWNING-BLEDSOE PATTERN RECOGNITION SCHEME. G. P. STECK
A SURVEY OF REGULAR EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS. JANUSZ A. BRZOZOWSKI
THE DESIGN OF PROGRAM-MODIFIABLE MICRO-PROGRAMMED CONTROL UNITS. A. GRASSElll
CARRY-SFlECT ADDER. O. J. BEDRIJ
lOAD-SHARING CORE SWITCHES BASED ON BLOCK DESIGNS. RICHARD C. SINGLETON
MAGNETIC CORE ACCESS SWITCHES. R. C. MINNICK. J. l. HAYNES
ON THE lOGICAL OESIG~ OF NOISELESS lOAD-SHARING MATRIX SWITCHES. PETER G. NEUMANN
APPLICATIONS OF THE CHARGE-CONTROL THEORY. J. A. EKISS
WORST CASE DESIGN OF VARIABLE-THRESHOLD TRl CIRCUITS. W. J. WRAY JR
THE DESIGN PROBLEMS OF A MEGABIT STORAGE MATRIX FOR USE IN A HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER. J. D. R. MCQUillAN
CHARACTERISTICS OF A HIGH-SPEED MUlTIPATH CORE FOR A COINCIDENT-CURRENT MEMORY. E. C. lEAYCRAFr.
E. H. MElAN
A SIMPLIFIED PROCEDURE FOR THE REALIZATION OF liNEARLY-SEPARABLE SWITCHING FU~CTIONS • C. l. COATES.
R. B. KIRCHNER. P. M. lEWIS II
THE DIAGNOSIS OF ASY~CHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING SYSTEMS. S. SESHU. D. N. FREEMAN
A PROGRAMMED ALGORITHM FOR ASSIGNING INTERNAL CODES TO SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. O. B. ARMSTRONG
COMPUTER liTERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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629

THE REOUCTION OF REDUNDANCY IN SOLVING PRIME IMPLICANT TABLES. I. B. PYNE, E. J. MCCLUSKEY JR
CONTROL UNITS FOR SEQUENCING COMPLEX ASYNCHRONOUS OPERATIONS. ANTONIO GRASSELLI
SIGN OETECTION IN NONREOUNOANT RESIDUE SYSTEMS • NICHOLAS SZABO
DIVISION AND OVERFLOW DETECTION IN RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEMS. Y. A. KEIR, P. W. CHENEY, M. TAN~ENBAUM
ENCODING AND DECODING FOR CYCLIC PERMUTATION CODES. PETER G. NEUMANN
COMPUTER MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION USING BINARY LOGARITHMS. JOHN N. MITCHELL JR
DESIGN OF COMPUTER CIRCUITS USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES. G. H. GDLDSTICK, D. G. MACKIE
PULSE GENERATOR WITH LOGARITHMIC SPACING. JAMES L. FARRELL
THE SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES, II, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY. P. L. SIMMONS, R. F. SIMMONS
A METHOD FOR EVALUATING STIELTJES INTEGRALS ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER. T. C. ANDERSON
FLIGHT SIMULATION OF ORBITAL AND RE-ENTRY VEHICLES. L. E. FOGARTY, R. M. HOWE
AN ANALOG COMPUTER REALIZATION OF THE EUCLIOEAN TOOLS • ROBERT E. KELLER
CORRECTION TO 'PARAMETRIC TECHNIQUES FUR ELIMINATING DIVISION AND TREATING SINGULARITIES IN COMPUTER
SOLUTIONS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS' • ARTHUR HAUSNER
ON THE EFFICIENT ASSIGNMENT OF INTERNAL CODES TO SEQUENTIAL MACHINES. D. B. ARMSTRONG
DISJUNCTIVELY LINEAR LOGIC NETS. HISAO YAMADA
THE SYNTHESIS OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS USING A SINGLE THRESHOLO ELEMENT • IRVING J. GABELMAN
DESIGN OF A REPAIRABLE REDUNDANT COMPUTER. REIN TEOSTE
AN AUTOMATIC SELF-CHECKING ANO FAULT-LOCATING METHOD. FRED LEE
CODING FDR MULTIPLE ASYMMETRIC ERRORS IN ONE CHANNEL OF A MULTICHANNEL SYSTEM. C. H. WOLFF
A NEW APPROACH TO RESISTOR-TRANSISTOR-TUNNEL-DIODE NANOSECOND LOGIC. W. R. SMITH, A. V. POHM
FLUX REVERSAL IN THREE-RUNG LAOOICS • J. A. BALDWIN JR
IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE SENSE-AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT THROUGH PRE-AMPLIFICATION STROBING AND
NOISE-MATCHED CLIPPING. FRANK F. TSUI
A RECOGNITION METHOD USING NEIGHBOR DEPENDENCE. C. K. CHOW
CONTINUOUS REGRESSION TECHNIQUES USING ANALOG COMPUTERS. A. I. RUBIN
APACHE, A BREAKTHROUGH IN ANALOG COMPUTING • C. GREEN, H. O'HOOP, A. OEBROUX
THE DESIGN UF COMPLEMENTARY-OUTPUT NETWORKS • ROBERT A. SHORT
REAL-TIME COMPUTATION AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME COMPUTABLE • HISAO YAMAOA
A CLASS OF BINARY OIVISIONS YIELDING MINIMALLY REPRESENTEO QUOTIENTS. GERNOT METZE
HIGH-OE~SITY MAGNETIC HEAO DESIGN FOR NONCONTACT RECORDING • LESTER F. SHEW
BIAS-CONTROLLED TUNNEL-PAIR LOGIC CIRCUITS. W. N. CARR, A. G. MILNES
LINEAR-SEGMENT FUNCTION GENERATUR • HERMANN SCHMID
ANALYSIS OF A MAGNETO-OPTIC READUUT SYSTEM. G. FAN. E. DONATH, E. S. BARREKETTE, A. WIRGIN
A PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS OF MACHINE MALFUNCTIONS. T. R. BASHKDW, J. FRIETS,
A. KARSON
BOOLEAN MATRICES AND THE STABILITY OF NEURAL NETS. ROCCO H. URBANO
SIGNAL FLOW GRAPH TECHNIQUES FOR SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT STATE DIAGRAMS. J. A. BRZOZOWSKI, E. J. MCCLUSKEY
GENERALIZED PULSE RECOROING • IRVING STEIN
THEORETICAL ANO EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF RZ AND NRZ RECORDING CHARACTERISTICS. M. F. BARKOUKI,
I. STEIN
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL PROGRAMMING OF ANALOG COMPUTERS. MARVIN L. STEIN
A METHOD OF GENERATING FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES USING ANALOG OIODE LOGIC. R. H. WILKI~SON
REALIZATION OF ARBITRARY LOGICAL FUNCTIONS USING MAJORITY ELEMENTS. FUSACHIKA HIYATA
TERNARY THRESHOLD LOGIC • W. H. HANSON
A CATALOG OF THREE-VARIABLE OR-INVERT ANO AND-INVERT LOGICAL CIRCUITS. LEO HELLERMAN
A STUDY OF FEEDBACK AND ERRORS IN SEQUENTIAL MACHINES • J. HARTMANIS, R. E. STEARNS
CORRECTION TO 'THE DESIGN OF COMPLEMENTARY-OUTPUT NETWORKS' • ROBERT A. SHORT
THE THEORY OF DEFINITE AUTOMATA. M. PERLES, M. O. RABIN, E. SHAMIR
ALGEBRAIC PROPERTIES OF SYMMETRIC AND PARTIALLY SYMMETRIC BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS. R. F. ARNOLD,
M. A. HARRISON
A PARALLEL COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND MECHANIZATIONS. J. K. HAWKINS, C. J. MUNSEY
A MEMORY ORGANIZATIO~ FOR AN ELEMENTARY LIST-PROCESSING COMPUTER. V. O. MUTH, A. K. SCIDMDRE
THE CARRY-DEPENOENT SUM ADDER • M. Y. HSIAO, F. F. SELLERS
AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON THE AMPLIFICATION OF THE BALANCED-PAIR TUNNEL-OIOOE
CIRCUIT. R. BRAYTON, R. WILLOUGHBY
NEGATIVE-BASE NUMBER-REPRESENTATION SYSTEMS. GERARD F. SONGSTER
PREDICTING SIGNAL DEGENERATION AND GATE COMPATIBILITY IN LOGIC CIRCUITS. WILLIAM H. PIERCE
A HIGH-SPEED DIRECT-COUPLED MAGNETIC MEMORY SENSE AMPLIFIER EMPLOYING TUNNEL-DIOOE DISCRIMINATORS.
B. A. KAUFMAN, J. S. HAMMOND III
TUNNEL-DIODE THRESHOLD DISCRIMINATOR TOLERANCE ANALYSIS. EOUAROO T. ULZURRUN
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF A CLASS OF PATTERN RECOGNITION SYNTHESIS ALGORITHMS. R. L. MATTSON,
O. FIRSCHEIN, M. FISCHLER
RIGOROUS TREATMENTS OF VARIABLE TIME OELAYS • S. G. MARGOLIS. J. J. O'DONNELL
PERFORMANCE OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS WITH ELECTRONIC MODE SWITCHING. G. A. KORN
DYNAMIC ACCURACY AND ERROR IN ANALOG COMPUTATIONS • PER ASBJORN HOLST
COUNTING WITH NONLINEAR BINARY FEEDBACK SHIFT REGISTERS. MICHAEL YOELI
CASCADED BINARY COUNTERS WITH FEEDBACK. MITCHELL P. MARCUS
ANALYSIS OF NONCATASTROPHIC FAILURES IN DIGITAL GUIDANCE SYSTEMS. A. HOLICK
ANALYSIS OF SIGNAL TRANSMISSION IN ULTRA HIGH SPEED TRANSISTORIZED OIGITAL COMPUTERS. F. C. YAO
DISCRETE TRACKS FOR SATURATION MAGNETIC RECORDING. LESTER F. SHEW
A SURVEY OF ANALOG MEMORY DEVICES • GEORGE NAGY
A METHOD FOR FOR THE DETERMINATION OF A DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION MODEL FOR SIMPLE NONLINEAR SYSTEMS.
ROBERT H. KOHR
CORRECTION 'REAL-TIME COMPUTATION AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME COMPUTABLE' • HISAO YAMADA
REALIZATION OF LOGICAL FUNCTIONS BY A NETWORK OF THRESHOLD COMPONENTS WITH SPECIFIEO SENSITI~ITY •
P. M. LEWIS II, C. L. COATES
A REALIZATION PORCEDURE FOR THRESHOLD GATE NETWORKS. C. L. COATES, P. M. LEWIS 11
AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NOR ANO NAND LOGIC. CARD D. TODD
GENERAL SYNTHESIS OF TRIBUTARY SWITCHING NETWORKS. J. SKLANSKY
KTH-ORDER FINITE AUTOMATION. C. L. LIU
THE EFFECTS OF INTERCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEEO LOGIC CIRCUITS THE EFFECTS OF I~TERCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEED
LOGIC CIRCUITS • D. B. JARVIS
OPTIMIZATION OF PULSE AND OIGITAL CIRCUITS BY USE OF THE LAGRANGE MULTIPLIER. DONALO A. PIERRE
A METHOD OF THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF HIGH-SPEED JUNCTION DIOOE LOGIC CIRCUITS. YOHAN CHO
A HIGH-SPEED ARITHMETIC UNIT USING TUNNEL DIODES. W. G. OALY, J. F. KRUY
VARIABLE FIELO-LENGTH DATA MANIPULATION IN FIXEO WORD-LENGTH MEMORY. M. J. FLYNN, O. S. HENOERSON
A DYNAMIC LARGE SIGNAL MODEL FOR A SINGLE-DOMAIN THIN MAGNETIC FILM INDUCTOR. ALVIN A REAO
A NEW METHOD FOR AUTOMATIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION. PIER GIORGIO PEROTTO
LINEAR AND NONLINEAR INTERPOLATORS. AMOS NATHAN
DETERMINISTIC AND STOCHASTIC RESPONSE OF LINEAR TIME VARIABLE SYSTEMS. M. G. ISAAC, V. T. DEBUONO
A FUNDAMENTAL ERROR THEORY FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS. OON J. NELSON
CORRECTION TO A METHOD OF GENERATION FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES USING ANALOG DIODE LOGIC.
R. H. WILKINSON
THE COMPUTER SYSTEM ISSUE. O. L. SLOTNICK
OUTLINE OF THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF THE ZAM-41 COMPUTER. L. LUKASIEWICI
STRUCTURE AND OPERATION OF THE TELEFUNKEN TR 4 DIGITAL COMPUTER (GERMANI • EGBERT ULBRICH
SABRAC, A NEW GENERATION SERIAL COMPUTER. M. LEHMAN, R. ESHED, Z. NETTcR
GIER, A DANISH COMPUTER OF MEDIUM SIZE. C. GRAM, O. HESTVIK. H. ISAKSSON, P. T. JACOBSEN, J. JENSEN,
P. NAUR, 8. S. PETERSEN, B. SVEJGAARD
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 194b-1963

31

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PGEC636 663
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PGEC636
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PGEC636
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755
774
781
791
814
822
835
846
863
872
874
887
896
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NEW YORK, PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY, 1960.
QA76.A6
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246
252
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276
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AUTOMATIC CODING AT G.E • • RICHARD M. PETERSEN
SYSTEMS OF DEBUGGING AUTOMATIC CODING • CHARLES KATZ
PRINT 1, AN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM 705 •. R08ERT W. BEMER
THE PROCEDURE TRANSLATOR, A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING' HENRY M. KINZLER, PERRY M.
O~NICODE, A COMMON LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM • RUSSELL C. MCGEE
A MATRIX COMPILER FOR UNIVAC • LAURENCE C. MCGINN
A MATHEMATICAL LANGUAGE COMPILER • ALAN J. PERLIS, JOSEPH W. SMITH
A MECHA~IZED APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC CODING. E. C. YOWELL

MOSKO~ITZ

AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTATION (TEDDINGTON, ENG. NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY)
TEDDINGTON, ENGLA~D, MARCH 25-28, 1953. LONDON, H. M. STATIONERY OFFICE, 1954.
QA76.T4 1953
LC CARD NO. 55-1171

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS • N. D. HILL
OPERATION AND APPLICATIONS OF ANALOGUE COMPUTERS' R. W. WILLIAMS
DESIGN OF ANALOGUE COMPUTING SYSTEMS • M. J. SOMERVILLE
ANALOGUE COMPUTING CIRCUITS. M. J. SOMERVILLE
NUMBER REPRESENTATION IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS' A. J. COLE
OPERATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER • A. J. COLE
CIRCUIT ELEMENTS AND COMPUTER UNITS • R. L. GRIMSDALE
STORAGE • R. L. GRIMSDALE
INPUT-OUTPUT EQUIPMENT • D. W. DAVIES
PROGRAMMING. J. F. DAVISON
AUTOMATIC CODING, FRANKLIN INSTITUTE MONOGRAPH NO.3 (SYMPOSIUM ON ••• 1
PHILADELPHIA, JANUARY 24-25, 1957. LANCASTER, PA., 1957.
Z695.92.S9 1957
LC CARD NO. 57-13921 REV

ADC 53

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THE 021 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM BY SVENSKA AEROP.LAN AKTIEBOLAGET, SWEDEN. 8. LANGEFORS
CIRRUS, AN ECONOMICAL MULTI PROGRAM COMPUTER WITH MICROPROGRAM CONTROL. M. W. ALLEN, T. PEARCEY.
J. P. PENNY, G. A. ROSE, J. G. SANDERSON
THE GUS MULTICOMPUTER SYSTEM. W. F. MILLER, R. A. ASCHENBRENNER
PRIMARY PROCESSOR AND DATA STORAGE EQUIPMENT FOR THE ORBITING ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY • THO~AS B. LEWIS
SOME ASPECTS OF THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A CONTROL·COMPUTER, A CASE STUDY. R. L. ALONSO, H. 8LAIR-SMITH,
A. L. HOPKINS
SYSTEM DESIGN OF A SMALL, FAST DIGITAL COMPUTER. H. SCHORR, N. E. WISEMAN
A MACHINE ORGANIZATION FOR A GENERAL PURPOSE LIST PROCESSOR. RONALD L. WIGINGTON
AN OPERATIONAL HY8RID COMPUTING SYSTEM PROVIDES ANALOG-TYPE COMPUTATION WITH DIGITAL ELEMENTS.
HERMANN SCHMID
MICROPROGRAMMED CONTROL FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS • G. B. GERACE
PARALLEL PROCESSING IN A RESTRUCTURA8LE· COMPUTER SYSTEM. G. ESTRIN, B. BUSSELL, R. TURN, J. 8I8B
AUTOMATIC ASSIGNMENT OF COMPUTAT10NS IN A VARIA8LE STRUCTURE COMPUTER SYSTEM' G. ESTRIN, R. TURN
THE SOLOMON COMPUTER. J. GREGORY, R. MCREYNOLDS
A MULTILAYER ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTER' RUDoLFo GONZALEZ
THE ILLINOIS PATTERN RECOGNITION COMPUTER, ILLIAC III • BRUCE H. MCCORMICK
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM • MORTON NADLER
ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS IN PATTERN RECOGNITION' H. KAZMIERCZAK, K. STEINBUCH
THE AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM FOR CONVERSATIONAL SOUND' T. SAKAI, S. DDSHITA
LEARNING MATRICES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS' K. STEINBUCH, U. A. W. PISKE
THE BALANCED TREE AND ITS UTILIZATION IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. WALTER I. LANDAUER
A DELAY-LINE PUSH-DOWN LIST. P. A. LORD, C. J. TUNIS, H. L. W.ITTER
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF MEMORY ARRAYS. W. T. WEEKS
A COMPUTER ORGANIZATION ANO PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATED MAINTENANCE. K. MALING, E. L. ALLEN
BASIC OPERATIONS IN AN UNNORMALIZED ARITHMETIC SYSTEM' N. METROPOLIS, R. L. ASHENHURST
SYNTHESIS OF LOGICAL SYSTEMS OF GIVEN ACTIVITY • ANTONIN SVOBODA

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38
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THE PILOT ACE • J. H. WILKINSON
THE EDSAC • M. V. WILKES
oPERATI~G AND ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE GAINED WITH LEO' J. M. M. PINKERTON
MADAM • F. C. WILLIAMS
MOSAIC, THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY AUTOMATIC COMPUTER. A. W. M. COOMBS
NICHOLAS • N. O. HILL
ADVANCE NOTES·ON RASCAL' E. J. PETHERICK
THE TRE HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER' R. H. A. CARTER
OPTIMUM CODING' G. G. ALWAY
MICROPROGRAMMING AND THE CHOICE OF ORDER CODe. J. B. STRINGER
CONVERSION ROUTINES' E. N. MUTCH, S. GILL
GETTING PROGRAMMES RIGHT • S. GILL
SPECIAL REQUIREMENT·S FOR COMMERCIAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE APPLICATIONS. T. R. THOMPSON
INPUT AND OUTPUT • D. W. DAVIES
ECHELON STORAGE SYSTEMS. D. O. CLAYDEN
SERIAL DIGITAL ADOERS FOR A VARIABLE RADIX OF NOTATION' R. TOWNSEND
MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING' A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
LINEAR ALGEBRA ON THE PILOT ACE' J. H. WILKINSON
THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS' L. FOX, H. H. ROBERTSON
THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS •. N. E. HOSKIN
MATItEMATICAL TABLES. E. T. GOODWIN
APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC MACHINES IN PURE MATHEMATICS. J. C. P. MILLER
THE APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINES TO STATISTICS' K. D. TOCHER
GATES A~D TRIGGER CIRCUITS. W. W. CHANDLER
PARALLEL FERRORESoNA~T TRIGGERS • J. GARCIA SANTESMASES
MERCURY DELAY L1"1E STORAGE • M.A. WRIGHT
APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETDSTRICTION DELAY LINES' R. C. ROBBINS, R. MILLERSHIP
CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE. T. KILBURN
MEMORY STUDIES AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS AT THE NATIONAL UUREAU OF STANDARDS. RALPH J. SLUTZ
PREVENTIVE OR CURATIVE MAINTENANCE • E. A. NEWMAN
EXPERIE~CE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING AND AUTOMATIC RDUTINING OF THE EDSAe • M. V. WILKES, M. PHISTER JR,
S. A. BARTON
IlIAGNOSTIC PROGRAMMES • R. L. GRIMSDALE
COMPoNE~T RELIABILITY IN A COMPUTING MACHINE AT MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY' A. A. ROBINSON
THE HARWELL COMPUTER • E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH
THE APEXC, A LOW-COST ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR. A. D. BOUTH
THE ELLIOTT-NRDC COMPUTER 401, A DEMONSTRATION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING BY PACKAGED UNIT CONSTRUCTION'
W. S. ELLIOTT, H. G. CARPENTER, A. ST JOHNSTON
MEDIUM-SIZE DECIMAL COMPUTING MACHINE. N. KITZ
THE DESIGN REQ·UIREMEHS OF A LOW-COST COMPUTING MACHIN[ • K. D. roCHlR
COMPUTeR LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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ADVANCES IN COMPUTERS, V. 1NEW YORK, ACADEMIC PRESS, 1960QA76.A3
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MACHI~ES,

A TRANSISTOR PULSE AMPLIFIER USING EXTERNAL REGENERATION. W. A. CORNELL
TRADIC, A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. J. R. HARRIS
INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY WILLIAMS MEMORY. J. POMERENE
THE ORACLE MEMORY SYSTeM • R. J. KLEIN JR
RELATIVE MERITS OF WILLIAMS MEMORY DISPLAY. D. JACOBSOHN
THE ILLIAC MEMORY • J. M. WIER
DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING CONSIDERATIONS OF THE OSCILLOGRAPH TYPE ELECTROSTATIC STORAGE TUBE. E. M. SMITH
A MYRIABIT MAGNETIC-CORE MATRIX MEMORY. J. RAJCHMAN
FERROMAGNETIC CORES WITH MICROSECOND ACCESS. I. L. AUERBACH
COINCIDENT-CURRENT MAGNETIC COMPUTER MEMORY DEVELOPMENrS AT M.I.T • • J. FORRESTER
COMPUTER COMPONENTS RESEARCH AT MELLON INSTITUTE. F. A. SCHWERTl
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ORACLE. E. W. 8URDETTE
PHYSICAL ASPECTS Of MAGNETIC COMPUTER MATERIALS. S. E. HARRISON
MAGNETIC READING-RECORDING HEAD DESIGN fOR UNIVAC • V. J. PORTER
APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS (fREIBERGER, WALTER f., ED.)
BOSTON, GINN, 1963.
QA76.5.f1
LC CARD NO. 63-7425

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AOOC62
AOOC62

GENERAL-PURPOSE PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS * CALVIN C. GOTLIEB
NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION * NORMAN A. PHILLIPS
THE PRESENT STATUS OF AYTDMATIC TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES * YEHOSHUA BAR-HILLEL
PROGRAMMING COMPUTERS TO PLAY GAMES * ARTHUR L. SAMUEL
MACHINE RECOGNITION OF SPOKEN WORDS * RICHARD FATEHCHANO
BINARY ARITHMETIC * GEORGE W. REITWIESNER
A SURVEY OF NUMERICAL METHODS FOR PARABOLIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS * JIM DOUGLAS JR
ADVANCES IN ORTHONORMALIZING COMPUTATION * PHILIP J. DAVIS, PHILIP RABINOWITZ
MICROELECTRONICS USI'G ELECTRON-BEAM-ACTIVATED MACHINING TECHNIQUES * K~NNETH R. SHOULDERS
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LINEAR PROGRAMMING * SAUL I. GASS
THE THEORY OF AUTOMATA, A SURVEY * ROBERT MCNAUGHTON
THE COMPUTATION OF SATELLITE ORBIT TRAJECTORIES * SAMUEL D. CONTE
MULTIPROGRAMMING * E. F. CO DO
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING. PHILIP WOLFE
ALTERNATING DIRECTIO~ IMPLICIT METHODS. GARRETT BIRKHOFF, RICHARD S. VARGA, DAVID YOUNG
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN SIMULATION • HA~OLD K. SKRAMSTAD
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW. REED C. LAWLOR
THE FORMULATION OF DATA PROCESSING PROBLEMS FOR COMPUTERS. WILLIAM C. MCGEE
ALL~MAGNETIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES. DAVID R. BENNION, HEWITT D. CRANE
COMPUTER EDUCATION • HOWARD E. TOMPKINS
OIGITAL FLUIO LOGIC ELEMENTS • H. H. GLAETTLI
MULTIPLE COMPUTER SYSTEMS. WILLIAM A. CURTIN

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15B
166
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195
219

COMPUTERS AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH. PHILIP M. MORSE
HOW COMPUTERS CAN LEARN fROM EXPERIENCE. HERBERT A. SIMON
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SCIENCE Of DIAGNOSIS. MAX A. WOODBURY, MARTIN LIPKIN
RECENT TRENDS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. JOHN W. CARR III
USING COMPUTERS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS IN PHYSICS • L. H. THOMAS
COMPUTERS AND BRAINS. WALTER A. ROSENBLITH
SORTING ON COMPUTERS. C. C. GOTLIE8
THE ROLE Of COMPUTERS IN ASTRONOMY. MORRIS S. DAVIS
COMPUTERS IN FLUID MECHANICS • JOHN H. GIESE
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. CHARLES MASSONNET
INFORMArlON THEORY ANO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS • RICHARD W. HAMMING
EDUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS Of THE COMPUTER REVOLUTION. GEORGE E. FORSYTHt
THE ANALYSIS ANO DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS WITH THE HELP OF COMPUTERS. H. O. HARTLEY
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION. WILLIAM B. KEHL
AUTOMATION ANO PURE MATHEMATICS. D. H. LEHMER
ANNUAL REVIEW IN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, V. 1OXFORD, ENG., NEW YORK, PERGAMON PRESS, 1960QA76.A63
LC CARD NO. 60-128B4

1 INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, BRIGHTON 1~59 • A. D. BOOTH
B FUTURE TRENDS IN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. A. E. GLENNIE
16 SOME PROBLEMS OF A UNIVERSAL AUTOCODE • K. A. REDISH
23 THE MARK 5 SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC CODING FOR TREAC • P. M. WOODWARD
32 ASSEMBLY, INTERPRETIVE AND CONVERSION PROGRAMS FOR PEGASUS. G. E. fELTON
58 OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE PEGASUS AUTOCDDE • W. F. M. PAYNE
64 PEGASUS, AN EXAMPLE OF AN AUTOCODED PROGRAM FOR SALES ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING. P. M. RONALDSON
81 THE APPLICATION OF FORMULA TRANSLATION TO AUTOMATIC COOING OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS •
J. P. CLEAVE
93 MERCURY AUTOCODE, PRINCIPLES OF THE PROGRAM LIBRARY. R. A. BROOKER
III AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DEUCE • C. ROBINSON
127 FURTHER DEUCE INTERPRETATIVE PROGRAMS AND SOME TRANSLATING PROGRAMS. S. J. M. DENISON
146 THE STANTEC-ZEBRA SIMPLE CODE AND ITS INTERPRETATION. R. J. ORO-SMITH
169 THE SHARE OPERATING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM 709 • K. V. HANfORD
17B THE PHILOSOPHY OF PROGRAMMING • S. GILL
189 AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. G. CUSHING
196 THE FLOW-MATIC AND MATH-MATIC AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS • A. E. TAYLOR
207 TIDE, A COMMERCIAL COMPILER FOR THE IBM b50 • E. HUMBY
220 AUTO-PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE TOOLS. J. E. MEGGlrT
230 ON COMPUTABLE NUMBERS WITH AN APPLICATION TO THE ENTSCHEIDUNGSP~OBLEM • A. M. TURING
26B PRELIMINARY REPORT OF ACM-GA~M COMMITTEE ON AN INTERNAflONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE
291 AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY
1 THE USE OF THE GENIE SYSTEM IN NUMERICAL CALCULATION. J. K. ILlffE
29 A DESCRIPTION OF MERCURY AUTOCODE IN TERMS OF A PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGE. R. A. BROOKER, D. MORRIS
67 INTERFERENCE WITH AN ALGOL PROCEDURE. 'H. RUTISHAUSER
77 THE ELLIOTT B03 AUTDCODE MARK II • J. PYM, G. K. FINDLAY
115 MADCAP II • D. H. BRADFORD, M. B. WELLS
141 APT, A COMMON COMPUTER LANGUAGE. R. P. RICH
161 SAKO, AN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTfM • L. LUKASZEWICZ
177 ARITHMETIC FORMULAE AND SUBROUTINES IN SAKO • A. W. MAZURKIEWICZ
COMPUTER LITERArURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

33

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ARAP612 231
ARAP612
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293
305
325
345
351

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ARAP634
ARAP634
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11

21
43
53
121
163
201
229
217
299
311
329
341
1
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81
125
161
183
193
211

AUS 51

PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE ON AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINES
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 1-9, 1951.

51
51
51
51
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51
51
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10
18
29
42
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81
93
101
121
142

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114
185
196

AUS 51

209

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AUS 51
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A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF COBOL. JEAN E. SAMMET
FACT, A BUSINESS COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH COBOL AND COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR.
R. F. CLIPPINGER
A CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF COBOL • E. L. WILLEY
THE GROWTH OF A COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE • H. D. BAECKER
UNCOL, THE MYTH AND THE FACT. T. B. STEEL JR
GENERAL VIEWS ON COBOL • JEAN E. SAMMET
REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60 • P. NAUR, J. W. BACKUS, F. L. BAUER, J. GREEN, C. KATZ,
J. MCCARTHY, A. J. PERLIS, H. RUTISHAUSER, K. SAMELSON, B. VAUQUOIS, J. H. WEGSTEIN,
A. VAN WIJNGAAROEN, M. WOOOGER
THE DESCRIPTION OF COMPUTING PROCESSES, SOME OBSERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND ALGOL 60 •
M. WOODGER
GENERALIZED ALGOL. A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
ON THE OESIGN OF MACHINE INDEPENDENT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES • E. W. DIJKSTRA
THE USE OF RECURSIVE PROCEDURES IN ALGOL 60 • H. RUTISHAUSER
JOVIAL, A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR REAL-TIME COMMAND SYSTEMS. C. J. SHAW
TOWAROS AN ALGOL TRANSLATOR • B. HIGMAN
A MULTI-PASS TRANSLATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60 • E. N. HAWKINS, H. R. HUXTABLE
THE STRUCTURE AND USE OF THE SYNTAX DIRECTED COMPILER. E. T. IRONS
THE COMPILER COMPILER. R. A. BROOKER, I. R. MACCALLUM, O. MORRIS. J. S. ROHL \
PROGRESS IN SOME COMMERCIAL SOURCE LANGUAGES • A. D'AGAPEYEFF. H. D. BAECKER. ~ J. GIBBENS
RAPIDWRITE • E. HUMBY
'FILE PROCESSING' IN SEAL. K. W. CLARK
AN ALGOL 60 TRANSLATOR FOR THE Xl • E. W. DIJKSTRA
MAKING A TRANSLATOR FOR ALGOL 60 • E. W. DIJKSTRA
AN EXPERIMENT WITH A SELF-COMPILING COMPILER FOR A SIMPLE LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE. M. V. WILKES
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER ALGOL COMPILER. P. NAUR
AN ALGOL 60 COMPILER • A. EVANS JR
A PARAMETERISED COMPILER BASED ON MECHANISED LINGUISTICS. H. H. METCALFE
JOVIAL IN CLASS. D. G. MARSH
A COMMERCIAL USE OF STACKS. H. D. BAECKER, B. J. GIBBENS
AN IDEAL COMPUTER SUPPORT PROGRAM AND A SPECIFIC I.B.M. SYSTEM. D. C. FRIED
REVISED REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60 • PETER NAUR, J. W. BACKUS, F. L. BAUER, J. GREEN,
C. KATZ, J. MCCARTHY, A. J. PERL IS, H. RUTISHAUSER, K. SAMELSON, B. VAUQUOIS, J. H. WEGSTEIN,
A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN, M. WOODGER

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINES. D. R. HARTREE
THE C.S.I.R.O. DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER. D. M. MYERS, W. R. BLUNDEN
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES • D. R. HARTREE
DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES USED BY C.S.I.R.O • • T. PEARCEY, M. BEARD
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING • D. R. HARTREE
PROGRAMMING FOR THE C.S.I.R.O. DIGITAL MACHINE. T. PEARCEY
AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINES AND NUMERICAL METHODS. D. R. HARTREE
PROGRAMMING FOR PUNCHED CARD MACHINES. T. PEARCEY
THE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF AN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER. T. PEARCEY
SOME NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN EQUIPMENT FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL MACHINES. D. M. MYERS, D. L. HOLLWAY,
C. B. SPEEDY, B. F. COOPER
SOME ANALOGUE COMPUTING DEVICES • D. M. MYERS
DIGITAL-ANALOGUE CONVERSIONS. W. R. BLUNDEN
AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER TO SOLVE POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS WITH REAL COEFFICIENTS. E. O. WILLOUGHBY, G. A. ROSE,
W. G. FORTE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
OATA PROCESSING AND AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINES,
WEAPONS RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT, SALISBURY, AUSTRALIA, JUNE 3-B, 1951.

511 101
511 102
511 103
511 104
HI 105
511 106
511 101
511 108
511 110
511 111
511 112

THE WREDAC SYSTEM. J. A. OVENS TONE
THE CSIRAC • T. M. CHERRY
THE SILLIAC • B. SWIRE, J. M. BENNETT
THE UTECOM • R. G. SMART
OAT A PROCESSING IN PURE RESEARCH WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO RAOIO ASTRONOMY. T. PEARCEY
MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES • A. O. BOOTH
THE LINGUISTIC APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINERY. F. W. HARWOOO
SOME REMARKS ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. M. V. WILKES
AN OPERATIONAL METHOD FOR THE STUDY OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. R. H. MERSON
THE USE OF CONTINUANTS IN PRACTICAL NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. J. M. BENNETT
THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVECTORS OF COOIAGONAL MATRICES PRODUCED BY THE GIVENS AND LANCZOS PROCESSES.
J. H. WILKINSON
AUS 511 114 ON DIFFERENCE METHODS OF SOLUTION OF PARABOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. A. S. DOUGLAS
AUS 511 115 THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, A SPECIFIC EXAMPLE. T. M. CHERRY
AUS 511 116 MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS OF THE MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF MUONS. B. A. CHARTRES
AUS 511 111 ON THE NUMERICAL INVERSION OF LAPLACE ANO MELLIN TRANSFORMS • J. C. BUTCHER
AUS 511 118 THE AUTOMATIC DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS. P. J. CLARINGBOLO
AUS 511 119 COMPUTERS AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHY • A. S. OOUGLAS
AUS 511 120 SILLIAC PROGRAMMES FOR X-RAY CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS. H. C. FREEMAN
AUS 511 121 AN ADDRESSLESS CODING SCHEME BASED ON MATHEMATICAL NOTATION. C. L. HAMBLIN
AUS 511 122 AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. G. HILL, J. SANOERSON
AUS 511 123 A MATRIX INTERPRETIVE ROUTINE FOR THE UTECOM • R. G. SMART
AUS 511 124 A TWO-ADDRESS METHOD OF INTERPRETIVE CODING FOR THE CSIRAC • I. BASSETT
AUS 511 125 A NEW DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINE. J. M. BENNETT, J. C. BUTCHER, M. CHAPPLE
AUS 512 201 SOME BASIC CDNSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF THE WRE DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. F. F. THDNEMANN
AUS 512 202 DATA ACQUISITION IN THE WRE SYSTEM. J. H. L. COHEN
AUS 512 203 THE TELEMETRY AND DOPPLER DATA CONVERTERS • G. E. BARLOW
AUS 512 205 A WHITE NOISE GENERATOR FOR THE BAND 0-20 CPS. J. G. THOMASON
AUS 512 206 SOME NEW COMPONENTS FOR ANALOGUE COMPUTERS • P. BENYON
AUS 512 201 AN AUTOMATIC TRACKING FILTER. K. BROADFOOT
AUS ~>12 208 A REVIEW OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AT MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY. T. KILBURN
AUS 512 209 ADA, A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER. M. W. ALLEN
AUS 512 210 FLEXIBILITY IN ANALOGUE COMPUTERS. J. P. LONERGAN
AUS 572 211A THE USE OF AGWAC IN THE ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR PITCHING OSCILLATION OF A SUPERSONIC MISSILE. P. M. TWISS
AUS 512 211B THE DEVELOPMENT OF A ROLL CONTROL SYSTEM • J. A. B. CARTMEL
AUS 512 211C THE USE OF ANALOGUE COMPUTERS IN THEORETICAL STUDIES OF GUIDED MISSILES • L. C. WITCHARD
AUS 512 212 SOME ASPECTS OF SAMPLING AS APPLIED TO DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS. R. H. BARKER
AUS 512 213 A NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERTER. I. C. HINCKFUSS
AUS 512 214 SOME RAE DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. S. H. HOLLINGDALE
AUS 512 215 THE RECORDING OF DATA IN THE WRE WIND TUNNELS • E. R. JOHNSON
AUS 512 216 A PROPOSED AUTOMATIC ANALOGUE COMPUTER • J. G. THOMASON
34

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573
573
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513
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217
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219
220
221
222
224
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315

AUS 60

AUTOMATIC COMPUTING AND DATA PROCESSING IN AUSTRALIA
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, MAY 24-27, 1960.
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON COMPUTATION AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL •
••• NOTE, IN THE PAGE CODE B STANDS FOR BI AND B' STANDS FOR BII •••

AUS 60 Al.l
AUS 60 Al.2
AUS 60 Al.3
AUS 60 Al.4
AUS 60 A2.1
AUS 60 A2.2
AUS 60 A3.1
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60
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60 A1.2
60 A7.3
60 A7.4
60 A8.1
60 AB.2
60 A8.3
60 A8.4
60 A9.1
60 A9.2
60AI0.1
60AI0.2
60AI0.3
60AI0.4
60All.l
60All.2
60A11.3
60All.4
60A12.1
60A12.2
60A12.3
60A12.4
60 B1.1
60 Bl.2

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60
60
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60 B3.2
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60 B5.1
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35

THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ANALOGUE COMPUTER • P. GILBERT
THE INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM AT THE AIR FORCE MISSILE TEST CENTRE. H. N. MORRIS
THE AUTOMATIC OIGITAL RECORDING OF INFORMATION FROM COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS. C. S. WALLACE, M. H. BRENNAN
THE EFFECT OF NON-LI~EARITY ON THE STATISTICAL BEHAVIOUR OF FEEOBACK SYSTEMS. J. C. WEST
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY DYNAMIC A.D. NETWORK ANALYSER. S. KANEFF
THE RELIABILITY OF LARGE SCALE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS .DISCUSSION)
SOME FEATURES OF THE ACE COMPUiER • F. M. BLAKE, D. O. CLAYDEN, D. W. DAVIES, L. J. PAGE, J. B. STRINGER
MANAGEMENT FACES AN ELECTRONIC FUTURE • L. BETH~RAS
BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY DATA PROCESSING. J. A. OVENS TONE
DEMONSTRATION PROBLEMS ON THE WREDAC SYSTEM. J. A. OVENSTONE
SOME INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. S. GILL
NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE TOOLS AND THE PRODUCTION ENGINEER. O. S. PUCKLE
PROGRAMMING STRATEGY ON THE NATIONAL-ELLIOTT 405 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. H. ORDE
A REVIEW OF SOME APPLICATIONS OF THE DEUCE COMPUTER. R. DAVIS
EMI DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. N. D. HILL
THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO PROBLEMS IN MATERIAL CONTROL. O. L. WILSON
HOLLERITH ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN GOVERNMENT ANO INDUSTRY • D. TOUZEL
THE NATIONAL ELECTRO~IC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. R. H. STAGG
THE BURROUGHS BUSINESS PROCESSING SYSTEM • J. P. WALLACE
THE UNIVAC, FILE COMPUTER AND POINT OF SALE RECORDER • S. G. REDINGTON
THE 1.8.M. ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. P. HOLMES A'COURT

THE ACCOUNTING CONSULTANT VIEWS ELECTRONIC OATA PROCESSING. K. B. STONIER
THE COMMERCIAL AND I~DUSTRIAL MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT IN AUSTRALIA.
J. B. THACKER
ELECTRONIC DATA ·PROCESSING IN THE DEFENCE SERVICES. J. A. OVENSTONE
SOME CONTROL AND INTERNAL AUDIT PROBLEMS, INDUSTRIAL LIFE ASSURANCE PREMIUM ACCOUNTING USING A~ IBM 650
PUNCHED CARD COMPUTER ALLIED WITH NATIONAL CLASS 32 ACCOUNTING MACHINES ANO PAPER TAPE • C. J. POTTER
SOCIAL SERVICES BENEFITS, PAYMENTS BY PUNCHED CAROS • A. CAREY
OISTRIBUTION ANO CLASSIFICATION OF STATISTICAL DATA. N. HODDINETT, M. E. OATES
AN APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 EDPM TO CERTAIN ACTUARIAL PROBLEMS OF A LARGE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE.
R. W. B. JUDSON
THREE LEVELS OF DATA PROCESSING IN ORDINARY BRANCH ASSURANCE. S. BENJAMIN
RANOOM ACCESS SYSTEMS FOR CHAIN STORE ACCOUNTING • A. L. WHEATON
A COMPLETELY INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. R. M. HAOLEY
STOCK CONTROL ON A NEW ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING SYSTEM • R. CLEMENT
WAREHOUSE STOCK CONTROL ANO INVOICING ON PAPER TAPE • J. W. EVANS
DATA PROCESSING SERVICE BUREAUX AS AN AID TO MANAGEMENT • A. J. GREENE
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN THE WOOL INDUSTRY. S. A. BOCKING
DATA PROCESSING APPLIED TO MANUFACTURING INOUSTRIES • T. H. S. ROBINSON, 8. L. ALCORN
THE SMALL COMPUTER I~ AUSTRALIA~ I~OUSTRY • D. L. TOUZEL
DATA PROCESSING IN MARKETING RESEARCH. I. R. SHARPE
APPLICATION OF THE USE OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO TELEVISION AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT. R. A. ROTHERY
FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION SORTING ON UTECOM • R. G. SMART, T. M. PARK
DATA PROCESSING IN MARKETING ANO SALES RESEARCH. J. J. BRAITHWAITE
THE APPLICATION OF MOOERN DATA PROCESSING TECH~IQUES TD THE REQUIREMENTS Of U~IVERSITY ADMINISTRATIO~,
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STUDENT RECORDS • A. S. CARRINGTON
THE USE OF AUTOMATIC MACHINES IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. H. W. S. PHILP
LANGUAGE PRDBLEMS IN THE DESIGN DF AN INTEGRATED DATA GATHERING SYSTEM. G. A. KAUFMAN~
DIFFICULTIES OF USING AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS O~ OFFICE WORK. T. R. THOMPSON
ORACLE, GAS MANUFACTURING BUDGET PROGRAM • V. STEWARD
THE USE OF ELECTRO~IC COMPUTERS IN TRAfFIC STUDIES AND RESEARCH • W. R. BLUNDEN
SOURCES A~O COLLECTION OF DATA FOR LINEAR PROGRAMMING. G. K. MCDONALO
THE AUTOMATIC COMPILATION OF TECHNICAL DATA TABLES, A CASE STUDY. J. CARTER, B. Z. DE FERRANTI
MICR, A NEW INPUT MEOIUM FOR COMPUTERS • D. SMITH, G. DUNNE, F. HALL
MAGNETIC INK CHARACTER DEVELOPMENTS, INCLUDING SYSTEMS ANO EQUIPMENT. R. H. STAGG
MAGNETIC TAPES O~ LARGE COMPUTER SYSTEMS. K. A. HUDSON
MAGNETIC FILM, U~LIMITED STORAGE. L. N. SIMPSON
DATA PROCESSING WITH PAPER TAPE, AN EXPERIMENT. J. M. BENNETT, R. WHITFELD
SOME DEVELOPME~TS IN PERIPHERAL INPUT OUTPUT EQUIPMENT FOR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. A. G. S. HOPKI~S
A DATA PROCESSING TECH~IQUE FOR HANOLING SEAT RESERVATION PROBLEMS APPLIEO TO AIRLINES. P. SINGLETON
PROGRESS WITH THE TELEPHO~E TRAFFIC DISTRIBUTION RECORDING PROJECT. R. M. LENNON
INTEGRATIDN OF DATA IN THE A.G.L. CO • • T. A. JOHNSTONE
A PRDGRAM FOR THE ALLOCATION OF COSTS OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY. T. T. KEATING
COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR. D. S. GREATOREX
THE CONTRIBUTION OF SYMBOLIC ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES IN COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING. N. CHAPIN
BUSINESS FORMS, THEIR IMPACT. CONTROL ANO FUNCTION IN DATA PROCESSING. J. GILBERTSON
PERIPHERY EQUIPMENT IN RELATION TO FORMS HANDLING I~ COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS. C. H. STANGE
IN LIEU OF DIAGRAMS AND MOOELS • J. M. BENNETT
APPLICATION OF A SMAlL SCALE COMPUTER TO PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN ENGINEERING, SCIENTIFIC ANO STATISTICAL
COMPUTATIONS • A. G. S. HOPKINS
SOME TECHNICAL PROBLEMS SOLVED BY LEO. J. V. SMITH
SELECTI~G A TECHNICAL COMPUTER, THE CASE FOR A SMALL MACHINE • B. Z. DE FERRANTI
SOME APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS IN HYDRO-ELECTRIC ENGINEERING • K. E. JOHNSON
USE OF AN ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER TO SOLVE A PR08LEM OF THE OPERATIONS RESEARCH TYPE, (THAT OF
ECONOMICAL PLANNI~G PERIOD FOR ENGINEERING CAPITAL WORKS) • I. MCDOWELL
A CALCULATION OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS AS A MEANS OF MINIMISI~G ERROR IN AN ON-OFF CONTROL SYSTE~ •
R. F. BROWN
A STUDY OF ASYNCHRO~OUSLY EXCITED OSCILLATIONS IN NON-LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
TECHNIQUES. O. I. ELGERD
DESIGN OF AN INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM FOR MINIMUM COST • 8. S. THORNTON
COMPUTING METHOOS FDR TRIM SCHEDULING IN THE PAPER INDUSTRY • B. O. CRAVEN
PROGRAMMING GAMES AND CRYPTANALYSIS ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS. N. V. FINDLER
COMPUTATIONS IN NUCLEAR LEVEL OENSITY PROBLEMS. O. w. LANG
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN THEORETICAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS. P. SWAN
AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION IN MULTI-COMPONENT OISTILLATION COLUMN OESIGN • P. K. MCGREGOR, S. C. VA~ DER KOLFF
THE ANALOG COMPUTER AS AN AID TO DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A CONTINUOUS PROCESS • A. H. DOVE TON
PIPE FLEXIBILITY ANALYSIS ON THE UlECOM COMPUTER. R. G. SMART, D. PREVADOROS
PHOTONUCLEAR REACTION CROSS SECTIONS ANALYSIS FROM RESIOUAL RADIOACTIVITY MEASUREMENTS. D. ~. LANG,
T. R. SHERWOOD, W. E. TURCHENETZ
SUMMATION OF THE SCATTERING SERIES FOR THE SCATTERING OF ELECTRONS BY ATOMIC FIELOS • L. J. lASSIE
THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTER TECHNIOUES TO PROBLEMS IN HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES • W. H. REES
CAN A SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER EARN A PLACE IN A CIVIL ENGINEERING OFFICE • J. W. PAUL
THE USE OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN RURAL ROAO OESIGN • V. P. O'GRADY, M. W. WHIlE
CALCULATION OF PERFORMANCE CURVES FOR INDUCTIVE PARAMETRIC DEVICES. R. G. SMART
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

35

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AUS 60B'5.2
AUS 60B'5.3
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AUS 60 86.2
60 86.3
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AUS 60 B7.3
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60 B9.3
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60 CZ.2
60 C2.3
60 C3.1
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C8.2
C8.3
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C9.2
C9.3

THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE HEAT EQUATION USING CHEBYSHEV SERIES. D. ELLIOTT
THE SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS ARISING FROM PARTIAL O.E.'S • R. WHITFELD
THE MATRIX (FORCE) METHOD OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USE OF AN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL
COMPUTER • J. L. MEEK
SOME USES OF MATRICES IN STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS. A. S. HALL
THE PREPARATION OF CHARTS FOR THE PLASTIC DESIGN OF MILD STEEL PORTAL FRAMES. H. B. HARRISO~
MINIMIZATION OF A FUNCTION OF N VARIABLES. J. M. BLATT, D. A. MUSTARD
A GENERALISATION OF SIMPSON'S RULE TO MANY-DIMENSIONAL INTEGRATION. D. A. MUSTARD, J. M. BLATT
FITTING OF CURVES TO SCIENTIFIC DATA. A. T. BERZTISS
THE PROCESSING OF P.Z.T. OBSERVATIONS BY A SMALL ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. J. GRENOT
THE MECHANIZATION OF INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS FOR TECHNICAL LITERATURE. J. J. THOMPSON
THE DIGITAL COMPUTER IN A SCIENTIFIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. D. L. OVERHEU
TWO PROBLEMS IN FLUID MECHANICS. F. M. HENDERSON
THE ANALYSIS OF SURGE TANKS 8Y AUTOMATIC COMPUTER. M. A. CHAPPLE
COMPUTER SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS INVOLVING TRANSIENTS IN HYDRO-ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENTS. P. T. A. GRIFFITHS,
H. L. KWOK
THE ROLE OF LARGE SCALE DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN NUCLEAR ENGINEERING • J. J.THOMPSON
CORRELATION OF RESULTS OF A PILOT PLANT EXPERIMENT USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER. M. G. BAILLIE,
B. R. LAWRENCE
PRELIMINARY CALCULATION OF SOME PARAMETERS IN NUCLEAR REACTOR CORE THERMAL DESIGN • G. DE VAHL DAVIS
THE IONIC THEORY OF HEART ACTIVITY. E. P. GEORGE
ON WAITING TIMES FOR DROUGHT RELIEF IN QUEENSLAND. A. M. W. VERHAGEN, F. HIRST
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN ANALYSIS OF METEOROLOGICAL TIME SERIES. G. 0 MAHONY
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE VON KARMAN LARGE DEFLEXION EQUATIONS IN THE CASE OF A RECTANGULAR CA~TILEVER
PLATE • P. O. JONES
THE STABILITY OF NON-LINEAR DIFFERENCE-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN AERODYNAMICS. T. M. PARK,
B. S. THORNTON
ON COMPRESSIBLE LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW. J. A. OVENSTONE
CALCULATING EIGENVALUES OF VERY LARGE SYMMETRIC MATRICES. B. A. CHARTRES
NETWORK ANALYSIS OF GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS. J. C. CHALLIS, M. WILLIAMS
DATA PROCESSING FOR EXPERIMENTS IN ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE. H. F. SYMMONS, K. M. BURROWS
THE DEUCE COMPUTER AS AN AID TO TRACTION DESIGN ANO OPERATION. A. GILMOUR, S. D. VAN DORP
THE COMPUTER CONTROL OF A HOT SAW IN A STEEL MILL • G. O. ROYLE
LONG RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE TRAJECTORIES PREDICTION AND THE EFFECT OF A COUNTER-MEASURE NOSE CONE.
B. S. THORNTON
THE EVALUATION OF CD~PLEX GUIDED WEAPON SYSTEMS USING ANALOG COMPUTERS. R. G. KEATS
THE DESIGN OF A THREE DIMENSIONAL VARIABLE SPEED, HEIGHT AND MASS AERODYNAMIC MODEL OF A GUIDED MISSILE.
H. G. NEWBIGIN
THE PREPARATION AND CHECKING OF THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF A GUIDED WEAPONS SYSTEM. A. G. BIGGS
THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS ON APPLIED STATISTICS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AGRICULTURAL AND
BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH. S. LIPTON
VOLUME TABLE PREPARATION FOR PINUS RADIATA IN N.S.W • • J. L. HENRY
EXPERIENCES WITH REGRESSION ANALYSIS. J. R. BAINBRIDGE
THE SIMULATION OF RANDOMNESS. J. C. BUTCHER
DIGITAL SIMULATION. P. R. BENYON
COMPUTERS AS AN AID IN COMPUTER DESIGN ASSESSMENT. J. M. BENNETT, R. T. DAKIN
THE PRESENT TECHNICAL STATUS OF DATA TRANSMISSION IN AUSTRALIA. L. M. HARRIS, R. D. KERR
THE ERROR PROBLEM IN DATA TRANSMISSION. K. J. SMART
AN AUTOMATIC WIND-TUNNEL DATA CONVERTER • G. E. MOORE
INTERPROGRAM SYSTEM AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR CSIRAC • G. W. HILL
FORTRAN, AN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM, ITS DEVELOPMENT, USE AND FUTURE. M. W. WHITE
THE CIRCUIT DESIGN OF ATROPOS, A 5 MEGACYCLE SOLID STATE PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTER. I. C.HIMCKFUSS,
R. J. KEITH, I. J. MACAULEY
AUTOMATIC SQUARE ROOT IN A 5 MEGACYCLE PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTER. I. C. HINCHFUSS, R. J. KEITH,
I. J. MACAULEY
A MINIMUM COST DRIVI~G SYSTEM FOR MAGNETIC CORE MEMORIES. I. R. BUTCHER
W.A.C. MK.2, A PARALLEL NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER. L. J. DUNNE
PERMANENT STORAGE IN SMALL COMPUTERS. T. PEARCEY
SYSTEM DESIGN OF CIRRUS. M. W. ALLEN, G. A. ROSE
A DESIGN FOR INSTRUCTION ECONOMY. M. ARBIB
THE ORION DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. G. E. FELTON
GEORGE, AN ADDRESSLESS PROGRAMMING SCHEME FOR DEUCE • C. L. HAMBLIN
CONSIDERATIONS OF A COMPUTER WITH AN ADDRESSLESS ORDER COOE • C. L. HAMBLIN, H. L. HUMPHRIES, G. KAROLY,
G. J. PARKER
LOGICAL DESIGN FOR ADM, AN ADDRESSLESS DIGITAL MACHINE • C. L. HAMBLIN, H. L. HUMPHRIES, G. KAROLY,
G. J. PARKER
THE DEUCE ALPHACODE TRANSLATOR. F. G. DUNCAN, D. H. R. HUXTABLE
A MECHANICAL HARMONIC ANALYSER FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF GEOPHYSICAL TIME SERIES. E. K. WEBB, ~. E. BACON
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION OF SOME EQUATIONS ARISING IN ECONOMIC THEORY AND
FORECASTING. J. B. THACKER
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF ANALOG COMPUTERS WITH REFERENCE TO STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES. J. C. WEST, J. L. DOUCE
ANALOG COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A NON-LINEAR SERVO-SYSTEM SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL INPUT.
J. L. DOUCE
AN ELECTRONIC METHOD OF INTEGRATION WITH RESPECT TO VARIABLES OTHER THAN TIME. A. F. SMITH
A FUNCTION GENERATOR USING COLD CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES. R. N. DUFFY, C. P. GILBERT
A NEW TRANSFORMER ANALOG NETWORK ANALYSER. J. H. BUNDELL
A DIGITAL DISPLAY METERING SYSTEM FOR USE WITH A TRANSFORMER ANALOG NETWORK ANALYSER. D. H. STEVEN
ERRORS ASSOCIATED WITH HALL MULTIPLIERS WHEN USED AS COMPUTING ELEMENTS. A. R. BILLIMGS
ERRORS IN ANALOG COMPUTERS • C. J. PENGILLEY
COMVERSION OF CARTESIAN CO-ORDINATE INFORMATION INTO POLAR CO-ORDINATE FORM SUITABLE FOR RADAR TARGET
ACQUISITION. J. G. RODGER
ELECTRONIC ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTERS IN AUTOMATIC COMPUTING SYSTEMS. D. LAMB
DEVELOPMENTS OF THE ANALOG COMPUTER ARTVS • L. J. DUNNE
MAINTENANCE OF AGWAC, A LARGE ANALOG COMPUTER • L. R. HENSCHKE
A SMALL TRANSISTORIZEO ANALOG COMPUTER FOR EARLY FLIGHT IMPACT POINT PREDICTION OF BALLISTIC MISSILES·
K. W. J. TODO
THE DESIGN OF A RATE SERVO FOR USE IN AN ANALOG COMPUTER. P. R. BENYON
DEMAGNETISATION DURING RECORDING AND ITS EFFECT ON THE REPRODUCED SIGNAL. G. R. BROOKS
MAGNETIC TAPE FOR THE SILLIAC • B. E. SWIRE, R. T. SHAW, P. S. APLIN
ON THE DESIGN OF PHOTOELECTRIC PAPER-TAPE READERS. B. E. SWIRE, P. S. APLIN
MULTIPOINT DIGITAL TEMPERATURE RECORDER WITH PUNCHED TAPE OUTPUT. T. S. HOLDEN
SUBROUTINES, LEARNING AND SYMBOLIC CODING. M. ARBIB
SIMPLIFIED CODING, A PEDAGOGIC EXPERIMENT. J. M. BENNETT, B. A. CHARTRES, J. ELLIOTT
WRITING A PROGRAM FOR THE IBM 650 • R. I. PURRY
REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPILING ROUTINES. J. M. BLATT
IBM EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN AUSTRALIA. F. H. BARR-DAVID
THE BENOIX G-15 COMPUTER • B. BAMBROUGH
THE SOLID-STATE DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER EMIOEC 1100 • A. F. SMITH
FERRANTI EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN AUSTRALIA. C. BERNERS-LEE
NCR EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN AUSTRALIA. R. M. HADLEY
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

BIBLIOGRAPHY
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AUS
AUS
AUS

60014.3
60015.1
60015.2
60015.3

AUS 63

AUSTRALIAN COMPUTER CONFERENCE
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA, FEBRUARY 25-29, 1963.
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON COMPUTATION AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL.

AUS 63 A.1
AUS 63 A.2
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AUS 63 A.5
AUS 63 A.6
AUS 63 A.7
AUS 63 A.8
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AUS 63 A.10
AUS 63
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A.15
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AUS 63 B.5
AUS 63 B.6
AUS 63 B.7
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AUS 63 B.9
AUS 63 B.10
AUS 63 B.11
AUS 63 B.12
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B.14
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STC EQUIPMENT BEING OFFERED IN AUSTRALIA. T. W. C. PRENTICE
ICT ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO AUSTRALIAN USERS • D. L. TOUZEL
THE LEO III COMPUTER. T. R. THOMPSON
BURROUGHS EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN AUSTRALIA • A. G. S. HOPKINS

COMPUTERS AS AN AID TO DISTRIBUTION • V. A. BENJAFIELD
A MODERN APPROACH TO THE PROBLEMS OF BUYING AND SELLING. R. O. SUMMERFIELO
E.D.P. IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY • B. R. PAUL
AN INDUSTRY STUDY, BANKING • G. C. B. PEARSON
COMPUTERS AS AN AID TO UTILITY MANAGEMENT. T. A. JOHNSTON
AN INDUSTRY STUDY, E.D.P. IN THE DEFENCE SERVICES. J. A. OVENSTONE
SYSTEM DESIGN • E. J. HIBBLE
THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS AUTHORITY STORES SYSTEM, A CASE STUDY • KEITH ERNST
A.D.P. SYSTEM DESIGN IN THE AUSTRALIAN POST OFFICE. D. FENNA
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE STAFF TRAINING. J. D. WHITE,
E. H. PALFREYMAN
CONVERSION • EDWARD M. MCLAUGHLIN
A CASE STUDY OF A CONVERSION. T. J. O'KEEFFE
CONTROL AND ADMINISTRATION OF A DATA PROCESSING CENTRE • J. R. MILLER
CONTROLS AND ADMINISTRATION IN RELATION TO A DATA PROCESSING CENTRE • R. R. STRANG
INSTALLING A COMPUTER SYSTEM, EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER STAFF PROBLEMS. L. J. COHN
E.D.P., THE UNIVERSITIES' ROLE. J. M. BENNETT
SPEEDING THE NATION'S BUSINESS, CASE STUDY • L. K. BURGESS
DATA TRANSMISSION, COMMUNICATION TO CENTRALISED PROCESSING SYSTEMS • R. M. HADLEY
REAL-TIME COMPUTER-BASED MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS • MALCOLM H. GOTTERER
E.D.P. AND THE AUDITOR. N. H. MCINTOSH
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN HIGHLY MULTIVARIATE SITUATIONS. P. J. CLARINGBOLD
A GENERALIZATION OF THE TRANSPORTATION METHOD OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING • B. D. CRAVEN
THE USE OF INVENTORY SIMULATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTER ASSISTED STOCK CONTROL SYSTEM.
J. P. MACLELLAN
.
A PROPOSED PLANNING MAN-MACHINE COMPLEX • J. A. OVENS TONE
SIMULATION USING A COMPUTER. I. D. DAVIDSON
LINEAR AND QUADRATIC PROGRAMMING WITH SOME OR ALL VARIABLES REQUIRED TO BE ZERO DR UNITY. R. W. RUTLEDGE
PRODUCTION SCHEDULING, A CASE HISTORY. G. W. ROGERSON
NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION AND ANALYSIS. D. JENSSEN
COMPUTATIONS OF NERVE AND HEART CELL ACTIVITY. E. P. GEORGE, E. A. JOHNSON
METHODS FOR SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS AND THE EXTRACTION OF NUCLEAR SCATTERING PHASE SHIFTS.
A. T. BERZTISS
THE PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWER DATA USING THE COMPUTER SILLIAC • P. C. POOLE,
D. F. CRAWFORD
COMPUTING PROBLEMS IN X-RAY CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS • H. C. FREEMAN, J. G. SIME
AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION OF MOLECULAR INTEGRALS. E. A. MAGNUSSON
STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND HIGH-SPEED COMPUTING. J. A. BARKER
THE CALCULATION OF MOLECULAR VIBRATIONAL FREQUENCIES AND FORCE CONSTANTS • V. CRANMER
LINEAR EQUATIONS, SOME REMARKS ON CURRENT THEORY. I. N. CAPON
NUMERICAL EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE INTEGRALS. T. SAG, G. SZEKERES
THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS USING CHEBYSHEV SERIES • DAVID ELLIOTT,
P. J. O'CONNOR
NUMERICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE STUDY OF TIME-VARYING SYSTEMS. J. HILLER, L. C. HILL, R. G. SMART
USE OF COMPUTERS IN PLANNING P.M.G. COMMUNICATIONS. I. A. NEWSTEAD
COMPUTER PROGRAMMES FOR ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM PLANNING. R. L. URIE
SOME ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER CSIRAC • J. J. RUSSELL, F. A. BLAKEY
THE USE OF REDUNDANCY TO INCREASE RELIABILITY IN DIGITAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS. H. S. WRAGGE
THE KDF9 COMPUTER SYSTEM • A. C. D. HALEY
A FLEXIBLE AND ECONOMIC APPROACH TO DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN • M. W. ALLEN, G. A. ROSE
THE TIME-SHARING FACILITIES OF THE KDF9 COMPUTER. J. R. LUCKING, J. P. O'NEIL
DATA TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION AND CONTROL PART 1, GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS. D. A. GRAY
DATA TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION AND CONTROL PART 2, PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS. O. RHYS-JONES,
R. G. KITCHENN
THE N.R.E. DATA CONVERSION SYSTEM, MK II • J. H. L. COHEN, D. LAMB
SEMICONDUCTOR SAMPLE AND HOLD CIRCUITS. D. H. RODGERS
AN EDUCATIONAL DIGITAL COMPUTER. D. G. WONG
ENCAPSULATED LOGIC BLOCKS, THE A.W.A. 'DATABLOC' SYSTEM. E. G. WORMALD
NEW CONCEPTS AND CRITERIA IN CONTROL • H. M. NELSON
TECHNIQUES FOR THE DIGITAL SIMULATION OF GUIDED MISSILES. P. R. BENYON
THE EXTENDED ANO MODERNISED ANALOGUE COMPUTING FACILITIES AT W.R.E •• L. J. DUNNE, S. PARKHILL
PROCESS CONTROL.BY DIGITAL COMPUTER. P. K. MACGREGOR
NUMERICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICATION. J. T. COADY-FARLEY
IDAC, THE IBM FORMAT DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERTER. L. J. DUNNE
BEHAVIOUR OF SUBHARMDNICS OF EVEN ORDER ARISING IN A NON-LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL SYSTEM. T. PEA~CEY,
F. HIRST
INTEGRATED PLANT CONTROL • B. W. EAMES
THE CIRRUS MULTIPROGRAM SYSTEM. J. P. PENNY
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS WITHIN AN INTEGRATED COMPUTER NETWORK. T. PEARCEY
THE DESIGN OF A PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR THE CIRRUS COMPUTER • J. G. SANDERSON
IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPILER, GECOM • R. W. FRANKLIN
THE DETERMINATION OF CONTROL SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS BY SIMULATION. C. B. SPEEDY
A TENTATIVE COMPARISON BETWEfN ANIMAL AND MACHINE MEMORIES. N. V. FINDLER
AUTOMATIC RECORDING OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS. M. H. RATHGEBER, M. M. WINN
THE CALCULATION OF FLUCTUATING HEAT FLOW IN BUILDINGS. T. S. HOLDEN
BUSINESS COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM
LONDON, DECEMBER 1-3, 1958. LONDON, PITMAN, 1959.
HF5548.BB4 1958.
LC CARD NO. 61-28450

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COMPUTERS, RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT • THE EARL OF HALSBURY
PAYROLL AND PRODUCTION APPLICATIONS. N. C. POLLOCK
THE COMPUTER AS AN AID TO PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT. J. W. GRANT
BRITISH COMPUTING SERVICES. DEREK WRAGGE MORLEY
LARGE SCALE FILE MAINTENANCE • D. G. PEOOER
THE PLANNING OF TUBING MANUFACTURE, USING AN IBM 650 COMPUTER • R. G. HITCHCOCK
PUBLIC UTILITY ACCOUNTING. G. SHERLOCK
ELECTRO~IC-OATA PROCESSING IN THE NATIONALIZED INDUSTRIES. DUDLEY W. HOOPER
INVENTORY CONTROL, ACCOUNTING, AND PAYROLL. A. BRADLEY
PRODUCTION CONTROL BY BUYING COMPUTER TIME. R. B. BAGGETT, G. M. DAVIS
ACCOUNTING FOR FARMERS, SUGAR BEET PROOUCTION • J. P. LAWLER
COMPUTER LITERATURE

BIBLIOGRA~HY

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37

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ELECTRONICS IN BANKING • L. TEMPLE
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A REVIEW OF AUTOMATIC DATA-PROCESSING IN GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS, MAY 1958 • J. H. H. MERRIMA~
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS A PRACTICAL APPLICATION • J. F. BODY
THE APPLICATION OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO THE DESIGN OF ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS .A. MUIR
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THE APPROACH TO EDP OF A LARGE USER • S. G. FURNISS
ANALYSIS OF SALES STATISTICS • C. A. WILKES
ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING • A. J. BROCK8ANK
WAGES ACCOUNTING • W. H. SARGENT
COMPUTERS AND OPERATIONAL RESEARCH. D. G. OWEN

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FACTORIZATION OF FACTORIALS • S. COMET
AN INPUT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS • J. V. GARWICK
THE FIXED POINT DIVISION IN GIER • T. KRARUP
CALCULATION OF DRIVERS FOR DIODE DECODERS IDANISH) • B. SCHAROE PETERSEN
COBOL GRAMMAR ISWEDISH) • K. VOLBY
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF CHI SQUARED FOR THE TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS • E. M. ALFSEN
THE COMPUTER-RELATED SCIENCES ISYNNOETICS) AT A UNIVERSITY IN THE YEAR 1975 • L. FEIN
RATIONAL CHEBYSHEV APPROXIMATIONS OF ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS. C. E. FROBERG
COBOL COMPILATION FOR RCA 501 ISWEDISH) • K. VOLBY
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COMPUTER TYPE INSTRUMENTS • AARRE AALTONEN
REMARKS ON THE USE OF SYMBOLS IN ALGOL INDRWEGIAN) • OLE-JOHAN DAHL
COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF MEDICAL HISTORY AS AN AID TO'DIAGNOSIS • BERTIL GREKO
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RATIONAL APPROXIMATION OF EMPIRICAL FUNCTIONS. LINDE WITTMEYER
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RATIONAL APPROXIMATION OF DECAY-TYPE FUNCTIONS • KLAUS APPEL
THE SPLINE CURVE, A SMOOTH INTERPOLATING FUNCTION USED IN NUMERICAL DESIGN OF SHIP-LINES • BENGT ASKER
CLASSIFICATION OF QUALITATIVE DATA. LASSI HYVARINEN
SOME NEW DIVISORS OF MERSENNE NUMBERS • EDGAR KARST
COMPUTATION OF PARTS REQUIREMENTS FOR PRODUCTION SCHEDULING. BORJE LANGEFORS
CONTROL CIRCUITS FOR THE LINE PRINTER IDANISH) • BENT SCHAR DE PETERSEN
A HALF YEAR'S, EXPERIENCE WITH THE FACIT-ALGOL I COMPILER. INGEMAR DAHLSTRAND
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SAAB 500, A NUMERICAL CONTROL SYSTEM • LARS-OLOF SUNDSTROM
TEST PROBLEMS USED FOR EVALUATION OF COMPUTERS • O. ODPPING
ON SMOOTHING OF PULP QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS IN A FLOW SYSTEM. L. ERIKSSON, O. LOKKI, N. RYTI
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SEARCH LIMITS ON DIVISORS OF MERSENNE NUMBERS • EDGAR KARST
ON THE GENERATION OF PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS. MOK-KONG SHEN
AN ARSENAL OF ALGOL PROCEDURES FOR COMPLEX ARITHMETIC • P. WYNN
MULTIPROGRAMMING, AN ORIENTATION ISWEOISH) • J. BUBENKO
A SPECIAL STABILITY PROBLEM FOR LINEAR MULTISTEP METHODS. G. DAHLQUIST
A FAST CARD READER FOR THE GIER COMPUTER • L. PROHL HANSEN, B. SCHAROE PETERSEN
REPRESENTATION OF TEXT STRINGS IN BINARY COMPUTERS • H. KARLGREN
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OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES • I. P. V. CARTER
PRESENTATION OF A NEW HIGH SPEEO PAPER TAPE READER. T. HULT
ON THE METHOD OF CENTRAL DIFFERENCES FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS «GERMAN) • O. JOHANSSON, H.-D. KREISS
REQUIREMENTS PLANNING OF PRODUCTION COMPONENTS AND SPARE PARTS AT A FARM EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY •
C.-A. JOHANSSON
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THE DESIGN OF THE GIER ALGOL COMPILER, PART II • P. NAUR
MINIATURIZATION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS «SWEDISH) • B. JIEWERTZ
SINGULAR RULES FOR CERTAIN NON-LINEAR ALGORITHMS. P. WYNN
REAL TIME DATA PROCESSING FOR GIER «NORWEGIAN) • O. R. HESTVIK, H. J. LEVOLO
CONVERTING A CURVE TO RIGHT-ANGLED INCREMENTS. P.-E. DANIELSSON
LIST OF ALL PRIME DIVISORS Q K 2KP+l OF «2 TO THE PI-l, K LESS THAN 10, P LESS THAN 15000 • E. KARST
SOME APPROACHES TO THE THEORY OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS • B. LANGEFORS
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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, PART I AND PART II • HAROLD BORKO
THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTER. CHARLES WRIGLEY
DATA PROCESSING IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH. E. LOWELL KELLY, JAMES C. LINGOES
MULTIPLE LINEAR REGRESSION MODELS. JOE H. WARD,JR
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DEMONSTRATION OF THE EDSAC • B. H. WORSLEY
RELAY COMPUTERS • A. D. BOOTH
R.A.E. SEQUENCE CONTROLLED CALCULATOR. S. H. HDLllNGDALE
CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE • F. C. WILLIAMS
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PLANNING THE USE OF A PAPER LIBRARY. D. J. WHEELER
SIGN CORRECTION IN MODULUS CONVENTION. T. J. REY, R. E. SPENCER
THE PROGRAMMING OF SUPERSONIC NOZZLE FLOW. H. EGG INK
THE CONTROL OF MAGNITUDES OF NUMBERS IN DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES WITH A FIXED BINARY POINT. B. NOBLE
FRENCH COMPUTING MACHINE PROJECTS (FRENCH) • L. COUFFIGNAL
CHECKING A LARGE ROUTINE. A. TURING
SOME ROUTINES INVOLVING LARGE INTEGERS. M. H. A. NEWMAN
PERMANENT AND SEMI-PERMANENT STURAGE FACILITIES FOR BINARY DIGITAL COMPUTERS. E. N. MUTCH
MAGNETIC STORAGE. G. E. THOMAS
MAGNETIC RECORDING F~R A DIGITAL COMPUTER. A. TUTCHINGS
PHOTOGRAPHIC STORAGE FOR A SERIES WORKING MACHINE • W. S. ELLIOTT
A PROPOSED MAGNETIC WIRE AUXILIARY STORE FOR THE EDSAC • D. W. WILLIS
CHECKING PROCEDURE AND CIRCUITS. A. M. UTTLEY
CHECKING BY WEIGHTED COUNTS. P. M. WOODWARD
CHECKING FACILITIES. D. J. WHEELER
CHECKABLE ADDITION CIRCUITS. R. H. A. CARTER
ELECTRO~IC TRIGGER CIRCUITS HAVING SEVERAL STATES OF STABLE EQUILIBRIUM. S. W. NOBLE
REMARKS ON CHECKING. J. C. P. MILLER
ELECTRO~IC DIGITAL COMPUTING IN THE UNITED STATES. HARRY D. HUSKEY
COMPUTI~G MACHINE PROJECTS IN HULLAND • A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
FICTITIOUS TRAFFIC MACHINES. L. KOSTEN
COMPUTING MACHINE PROJECTS IN SWEDEN • G. KJELLBERG
THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINE. T. KILBURN
PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR THE T.R.E. ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER. A. M. UT1LEY
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON AUTOMATIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
CANADIAN CONFERENCE FOR COMPUTING AND DATA PROCESSING
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, JUNE 9-10, 1958. UNIV. OF TORONTO PRESS, 1958.
QA76.C3 1958
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FACTOR ANALYSIS • BE~JAMIN FRUCHTER, EARL JENNINGS
CANONICAL ANALYSIS • PAUL B. KOONS JR
STUDIES OF PERCEPTION. BENJAMIN W. WHITE
AUTOMATED TEACHING. HARRY F. SILBERMAN, JOHN E. COULSON
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES • JULIAN FELDMAN
SYNTHEX, TOWARD COMPUTER SYNTHESIS OF HUMAN LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR. ROBERT F. SIMMONS
AUTOMATIC LANGUAGE-DATA PROCESSING. DAVID G. HAYS
COMPUTER MUSIC • LEJ~REN A. HILLER JR, ROBERT BAKER
SIMULATION OF A BRAIN. W. ROSS ASHBY
NERVE NET THEORY. JAMES T. CULBERTSON
ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE AND DIAGNOSIS. ROBERT S. LEDLEY
COMPUTER SIMULATION TOWARD A THEORY OF LARGE ORGANIlATIONS • SYDNEY C. ROME, BEATRICE K. ROME
BUSINESS SIMULATION. R. CLAY SPROWLS
SIMULATION OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY. OLIVER BENSON
A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE • HAROLO BORKO

ON LEARNING TO DO BETTER. W. H. WATSON
THE COMPUTER IN CANADIAN RAILROADING, C.P.R. SYSTEM-WIDE DATA PROCESSING. H. C. REID
CRYSTAL BALLS OR MAG~ETIC CORES, THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO CANADIAN BUSINESS FORECASTING.
W. ALLAN BECKET
COMPUTER EDUCATION IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES. GEORGE S. GLINSKI
PLANNING A DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. H. O. MCNUTT
THE POTENTIAL OF LARGE SCALE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN THE LIFE INSURANCE INDUSTRY. J. C. DAVIDSO~
JUSTIFYING ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE • H. E. BAIRD
DATA PROCESSING AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS. A. A. MACKEY
SOME MATHEMATICAL AND PROGRAMMING PR08LEMS ENCOUNTERED IN THE OPERATION OF A SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING FACILITY
• J. L. HOWLAND, K. M. SMILLIE
SOME AUTOMATIC COMPUTING ASPECTS IN THE EVALUATION OF AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE. R. HARVEY
ARROW FLIGHT TEST DATA REDUCTION. A. COHEN
A DESK-SIZED COMPUTER APPLIED TO SURVEYING PROBLEMS. JOSE R. HOLMES
CHARACTER REPRESENTATION AND STORAGE SYSTEMS. R. F. JOHNSTON
FUNDAME~TAL OF COMPUTERS AND DATA PROCESSORS. F. M. LONGSTAFF
INPUT-OUTPUT AND AUXILIARIES. E. A. RACICOT
ELEMENTS OF PROGRAMMING. C. R. MAHEUX
AN APPROACH TO A BANKING APPLICATION • W. R. WADE
APPLICATIONS IN INDUSTRY FOR A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER. O. M. MACKEY
COMPUTER INPUT, A BY-PRODUCT OF FORM WRI TlNG • J. H. CROSSAN
FORM DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND PAPER HANDLING PROBLEMS AS RELATED TO HIGH SPEED PRINTERS. R. H. ALLEN
THE USE OF A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER IN RETIREMENT AND WELFARE PLAN ADMINISTRATION. WM. R. READ
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION. J. R. DICKINSON
THE APPLICATION OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO THE OPERATION OF A CRUDE OIL PIPE LINE. I. SWITZER
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND COMPUTERS IN AN INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY. E. E. SORENSEN, H. V. FULLERTON
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN WEAPONS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN. R. A. NODWELL, K. J. RADFORD
CONDUCTING A FEASIBILITY STUDY, A CASE HISTORY. F. P. THOMAS
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THE CAN~DIAN SCENE I~ COMPUTING AND DATA PROCESSING. H. W. ROWLANDS
SELF-CONSISTENT FIELD CALCULATIONS. B. H. WORSLEY, J. F. HART
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO THE DETERMINATION OF CRYSTAL STRUCTURES BY X-RAY ANALYSIS.
F. A. AHMED
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SOME·APPLICATIONS OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO PROBLEMS OF DIFFUSION. J. M. KENNEDY, E. A. OKAZAKI,
R. M. PEARCE
SHORTHAND FOR COMPUTERS • R. L. MARTINO
FORTRANSIT, A UNIVERSAL AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM. B. C. BORDEN
ORGANIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE MATRIX CALCULATIONS. S. H. COHN, R. M. OHORA
EXPERIENCE OF THE DEFENCE RESEAKCH BOARD OF CANADA IN MAIL ORDER COMPUTER SERVICE. W. FRASER
EVALUATING ECONOMIC TRENDS. GEORGE GATHERCOLE
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TECHNOMETRICS AND EOUCATION • A. PORTER
EFFECTIVE DATA PROCESSING IN A LARGE ORGANIZATION. E. D. KINGSBURY
THE ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS SYSTEM FOR TRANS-CANAOA AIR LINES. L. E. RICHAROSON
EXPERIE~CE IN IMPLEMENTING A MAJOR APPLICATION ON AN E.D.P. SYSTEM. J. C. OAVIDSON
SCHEDULING PROOUCTIO~ IN JOB SHOPS. J. N. P. HUME
THE ACHILLES HEEL OF OAT A PROCESSING. A. G. BARCLAY
ORGANIZING FOR COMPANY-WIDE CLERICAL AUTOMATION. H. J. M. WATSON
ON THE NATURE OF SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. D. B. OELURY
OPERATIONS RESEA~CH ANO MANAGEMENT • B. A. WILSON
MULTIPLE REGRESSION ON E.D.P. EQUIPMENT AND ITS INOUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS. C. R. NEWELL
A COMPLEX INFORMATID~ PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR THE LGP-30 • R. B. BANERJI
SOME COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO SHIP DESIGN CALCULATIONS. A. A. TITINERO
ERROR ESTIMATION IN TRANSFER RATES OF PLASMA CONSTITUENTS. B. H. WORSLEY, D. B. W. REID, L. C. LAX
USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR ROOM AIR-CONDITIONING CALCULATIONS. G. P. MILALAS. D. G. STEPHE~SON,
D. C. BAXTER
AUTOMATIC LOAD PROJECTION AND SUBSTATION PLANNING BY COMPUTER. V. W. RUSKIN, J. H. DRINNAN,
J. B. CLAYOON
OAT A SORTING WITH OIGITAL COMPUTERS. J. W. GRAHAM
HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE COSTING. G. F. GIBSON
THE ANALYSIS OF POWER SPECTRA. N. SHKLOV, J. H. TOOP
SOME ELEMENTARY REMARKS ON POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATIONS. W. FRASER
PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS SYSTEMS. H. S. GELLMAN
HIGHLIGHTS OF OATA PROCESSING IN THE C.N.R • • W. R. CORNER
A COMPILER FOR SOLVI~G SYSTEMS OF LINEAR OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • P. G. ARDOUIN, G. LAPIERRE
THE DRTE SOLID STATE DIGITAL COMPUTER. C. D. FLORIDA
COMPUTERS IN SMALL AND MEOIUM BUSINESSES. D. B. WATSON
AUTOMATIC PARALLEL PROCESSING. S. D. HARPER
THE BUSINESS GAME, THE NEW DIMENSION IN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT. V. B. ALLEN
THE PROPERTIES OF THE BENDIX G-20 EXECUTIVE PROGRAM SYSTEM. A. J. PERLIS
CHARACTER RECOGNITIO~ SYSTEMS • W. M. LOWER, J. O. BUCK
SYSTEMS CDNSIDERATIO~S FOR THE USE OF RANDOM ACCESS STORAGE EQUIPMENT. C. H. RUST
UNIV. OF TORONTO PRESS, 1962.

COMPUTERS FOR DECISION MAKING AND CONTROL. R. D. SPENCER JR
PHILOSOPHY OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. J. T. MARSHALL
DECISION MAKING USING A COMPUTER, A TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. P. A. NEPVEU
FUTURE POSSIBILITIES OF DECISION MAKING ANO CONTROL • K. S. MOESER
TECHNIQUES FOR DECISION-MAKING CONTROL. L. B. LANDER
CENTRAL CONTROL OF O~E MILLION PARTS LOCATIONS. P. GOLUBOVSKIS
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION WITHIN THE DEFENCE RESEARCH BOARD. J. H. MORGAN
COMPUTERS FOR METEOROLOGY. M. KWIlAK
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING FOR NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION. R. A. STRACHAN
COMPUTER STUDIES OF ORBITAL RENDEZVOUS • K. J. RADFORD
COMPUTERS FOR REAL TIME MILITARY COMMAND AND CONTROL. D. H. PEACOCK
PERSONNEL SELECTION AND TRAINING, THE NEEOS OF THE INDUSTRIAL USER. P. N. O'HARA
THE ADEQUACY AND EFFICIENCY OF PROGRAM TESTING. J. B. HEARD
AUTOMATIC PROGRAM TESTING. G. F. RENFER
AN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR REFERENCES AND ABSTRACTS IN THE COMPUTER SCIENCES. G. J. GROEN
COMPUTERS IN THE TAX COLLECTING PROCESS. H. F. HERBERT
OPTIMAL SHIPPING SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO TIME RESTRICTIONS. E. W. BOLD
MINIMAX APPROXIMATIO~S FOR SQUARE ROOT AND CUBE ROUTINES. W. FRASER, J. F. HART
USE OF DIGITAL SIMULATION IN PLANNING. F. JONKER, M. J. LUCAS
HEAT EXCHANGER DESIGN • C. J. M. FOX
CRITICAL CLASSIFICATION FACTOR CALCULATION FOR CRANE GEARCASES • S. T. VILLANYI
SOFTWARE PROBLEMS • C. C. GOTLIEB
SOFTWARE FOR INSURANCE OATA PROCESSING. L. MEZEI
SOFTWARE EXPERIENCES AT IMPERIAL OIL • R. M. OHORA
EXPERIENCE WITH COBOL ON THE 1410 • T. J. SCHAFER
COMPUTER EVOLUTION TO AIO COMPILERS • R. L. SCAZIGHINO
COMPUTER CONTROL IN THE PAPER INOUSTRY • O. A. MCWHIRTER
COMPUTERS IN THE POWER INDUSTRY • J. D. CAMPBELL
ON-LINE COMPUTER CONTROL OF A CHEMICAL PLANT. L. P. LEMAY
PROCESS CONTROL COMPUTERS ANO THEIR APPLICATION. J. SCRIMGEOUR
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS SYMPOSIUM
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AN APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO GENERAL BOOKEEPING • W. F. OTTERSTROM
USER EXPERIENCES AND APPLICATIONS OF THE ERA 1103 • GEORGE E. CLARK
AUTOMOBILE SELECTIVE UNDERWRITING AND AUTOMATIC RATING ON THE IBM 650 • C. A. MARQUARDT
CUTTING COSTS WITH LINEAR PROGRAMMING. JACOB E. BEARMAN
USE OF THE IBM 650 I~ SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATIONS. A. W. WYMORE
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF LARGE SCALE COMPUTERS. C. 8. LUDWIG
HIGH SPEED COMPUTATION OF ENGINE PERFORMANCE. J. T. HORNER
PYROLYSIS REACTOR DESIGN COMPUTATIONS. H. C. SCHUTT, R. H. SNOW
AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TEST DATA PROCESSING. T. M. 8ELLAN
PROGRAMMING A MONTE CARLO PROBLEM. J. F. HALL, J. M. COOK
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MEDIUM SCALE COMPUTERS
THE ELECTION AND THE UNIVAC. C. COLLINGWOOD
MODEL MAKING PROBLEMS IN ELECTION FORECASTING. M. A. WOODBURY
DEVELOPMENT OF A PRODUCTS PIPE LINE SIMULATOR ON AN NCR 102A • J. H. MALLAS
APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 TO STOCK BROKERAGE OPERATIONS. V. LAZZARO
THE ELECOM 125 IN PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH. J. M. LEIMAN
PROGRAMMING ORDINARY LIFE INSURANCE OPERATIONS FOR THE OATATRON • J. S. HILL
MANUFACTURING DATA PROCESSING ON THE IBM 650 • H. H. MARLOW JR
THE UNIVAC FILE-COMPUTER APPLIEO TO GENERAL ACCOUNTING FUNCTIONS. T. R. LYON
SOLUTION OF ROTATING ELECTRIC MACHINERY PROBLEMS WITH ALWAC • C. G. VEINOTT
THE IBM 650 APPLIED TO PROBLEMS OF THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY. R. HABERMANN JR, F. J. MAGINNISS
THE 1IICR 102A AS AN AID IN TRAINING AND RESEARCH. E. J. STEWART
OPTICAL CALCULATIONS USING THE BURROUGHS E101 • A. COX
USE OF THE DATATRON IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY. J. S. ARONOFSKY
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AN EXTENSIVE HOSPITAL AND SURGICAL INSURANCE RECORO-KEEPING SYSTEM. R. J. KOCH
A CENTRAL COMPUTER INSTALLATION AS A PART OF AN AIR-LINE RESERVATIONS SYSTEM. R. A. MCAVOY
FITTING A COMPUTER INTO AN INVENTORY-CONTROL PROBLEM. O. A. KRAL
THE PROBLEMS OF PLAN~ING NEW METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES ANO SOME COMPUTER APPLICATIONS.
J. D. CARRDLL JR
DATA-PROCESSING TASKS FOR THE 1960 CENSUS. D. H. HEISER, DOROTHY P. ARMSTRONG
THE HANDLING OF RETAIL REQUISITIONS FROM A GENERAL WAREHOUSE. M. J. STOUGHTON
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. GRACE M. HOPPER
DIGITAL SIMULATION DF ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS. R. P. RICH
STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS IN PRODUCT-DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH. E. B. GASSER
PROGRESS IN COMPUTER APPLICATION TO ELECTRICAL MACHINE ANO SYSTEM DESIGN. E. L. HAROER
HOW LAZY CAN YOU GET • A. L. SAMUEL
THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN PROBLEMS OCCURRING IN THE STUOY OF FLUID FLOW. L. U. ALBERS
A DUAL-USE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEM ANALYSIS. E. H. CLAMONS, R. D. ADAMS
THE STATUS OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS. R. W. BEMER
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND THE AUTOMATION OF BANKING PROCEDURES. R. A. BYERLY
INFORMATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION IN THE AIR MATERIEL COMMAND. D. E. ELLETT
UTILIZATION OF COMPUTERS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. A. OPLER
PR08LEMS AND PROSPECTS OF OATA-PROCESSING FOR DEFENSE • C. A. PHILLIPS
AN INTEGRATED DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM WITH REMOTE INPUT AND OUTPUT. R. D. WHISLER
THE ROLE OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION DEVICES IN DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM. R. L. HARRELL
INPUT-OUTPUT, KEY OR 80TTLENECK • R. D. ELBOURN
SCIENTIFIC USES OF A MEDIUM-SCALE COMPUTER WITH EXTENSIVE ACCESSORY FEATURES. R. A. HAERTLE
THE DESIGN OF OPTIMUM SYSTEMS. R. R. BROWN
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE NUMERICAL CONTRDl OF MACHINE TOOLS. R. B. CLEGG
FRONTIERS IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY. R. W. HAMMING
COMPUTER SHARING BY A GROUP OF CONSULTING ENGINEERING FIRMS. E. M. CHASTAIN, J. C. MCCALL
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPUTER PRDGRAMMING TECHNIQUES. F. WAY III
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. W. F. BAUER
SHAREHOLDER RECORD-HANDLING WITH THE AID OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT • JAMES M. WELLS
AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY COLUMNS. WILLIAM E. HANNA JR
COST REDUCTION THROUGH INTEGRATED DATA-PROCESSING. RICHARO F. HAMAKER
SOME ASPECTS OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN THE U.S.S.R • • SAMUEL N. ALEXANDER
EXPERIE~CE AND PLANS FOR MARKETING-RESEARCH OPERATIONS. ROSS 8. WILSON
A MODERN APPROACH TO INVENTORY CONTROL UTILIZING A LARGE-SCALE EDPM • WILLIAM F. HARVEY JR
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMON-LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS DATA SYSTEMS. EUGENE J. ALBERTSON
LINEAR PROGRAMMING ON THE BENDIX G-15 COMPUTER • JAMES R. WALL
THE DESIGN AND USE OF THE APT LANGUAGE FOR AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE rOOLS •
DOUGLAS T. ROSS
A QUASI-SIMPLEX METHOD FOR DESIGNING SUBOPTIMUM PACKAGES OF ELECTRONIC BUILDING BLOCKS. ROBERT H. GLASER
THE INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE AND THE FUTURE OF PROGRAMMING. CHARLES KATZ
TRAINING FOR ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS VIA COMPILERS, INTERPRETERS. AND ASSEMBLERS.
WILLIAM F. ATCHISON
SCIENTIFIC DESIGN PROCEDURES UTILIZING A SMALL COMPUTER. THOMAS I. HARRIS
FORTRAN EXPERIENCE A~D REMOTE OPERATION BY NON-COMPUTER SPECIALISTS. FRANK ENGEL JR
ELECTRONIC PROCESSING OF 10 MILLION SUBSCRIPTION RECORDS. BATTLE H. KLYCE
PREDICTION OF PROGRAM RUNNING TIME AS AN AID IN COMPUTER EVALUATION. THOMAS J. TOBIAS
A COBOL PROCESSOR FOR THE UNIVAC 1105 • JOHN L. JONES
THE COMPUTER IN THE LIBRARY. VERNER W. CLAPP
COMPUTER CONTROL OF MAIL-ORDER HOUSE OPERATIONS (IBM 650 TAPE RAMACI • STANLEY KRITZIK
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER I~ ECONOMIC RESEARCH. M. H. SCHWARTZ
A GENERALIZED BROKERAGE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM (RCA 5011 • A. B. GOLDSTEIN
SOLUTION OF NAVAL NUMERICAL WEATHER PROBLEMS (COC 16041 • PAUL M. WOLFF
SYSTEMS AND STANDARDS PREPARATIONS FOR A NEW COMPUTER (PHILCO 20001 • HERBERT S. BRIGHT
COMPUTER DESIGN OF OPTICAL LENS SYSTEMS (IBM 7041 • ~OHN C. HOLLADAY
LOGLAN ~ND THE MACHINE • JAMES C. BROWN
DATA COMMUNICATION BETWEEN REMOTE MACHINES. V. N. VAUGHAN JR
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON ALGOL IN USE (BURROUGHS 2201 • JOHN G. HERRIOT
THE ROLE OF A PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY IN PROGRAM EXCHANGE. WALTER M. CARLSON
MANAGEMENT OF RECORDS IN A LARGE-SCALE COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM (HONEYWELL 8001 • BERNARD H. KROLL
A METHOD FOR SYSTEMATIC DOCUMENTATION, KEY TO IMPROVED DATA PROCESSING ANALYSIS. ORREN Y. E~A~S
AUTOMATION OF LIBRARY OPERATIONS. LOUIS A. SCHULTHEISS
MAN-MACHINE COMMUNICATIONS IN THE COMING TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. SIMON RAMO
THE COMING IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON ADVERTISING. EDWARD F. ANDRESEN
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES IN ASSEMBLY LINE BALANCING (IBM 1620, IBM 650, UNIVAC SOLID STATE BOI •
DAVID I. SCHERAGA
8UWEPS PERT-MILESTONE SYSTEM, A TOOL FOR PROGRAM MANAGEMENT. YUKIO NAKAYAMA
DESCRIPTION OF THE MERCURY REAL TIME COMPUTING SYSTEM • JAMES DONEGAN
THE PROGRESS OF ALGOL IN EUROPE. PETER NAUR
SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS FOR THE UNIVAC LARC • CECIL E. LEITH JR
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN COMMUNICATIDNS ENGINEERING. ROBERT M. FANO
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED TOOLS, APT III • EDGAR A. BATES
MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS AIDED BY DIGITAL COMPUTERS. ROBERT S. LEOLEY, LEE 8. LUSTED
CLASS, THE AUTOMATED CLASSROOM (PHILCO 20001 • DONALD E. ENGLUND, D. P. ESTAVAN
REAL-TIME CONTROL OF TRAFFIC FLOW. LESLIE C. EDIE
AUTOMATIC SCANNING OF CARDIOVASCULAR DATA UTILIZING FOSDIC • JOHN COSMA, HUBERT PIPBERGER
MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE CE~TRALIZED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM. ALBERT B. GOLOSTEIN
COMPUTERS AND THE LAW • REED C. LAWLOR
ELECTRONIC PROCESSING OF TAXPAYER RETURNS. DOUGLAS L. BARNES
FACTORED COST, STATISTICAL SAMPLING AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL APPLIED TO MAINTENANCE MATERIEL AND J~B COST
CONTROL • JACK P. KORNFELD
COMPUTERS IN TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS. E. M. MCCORMICK
HYBRID COMPUTATION IN SPACE FLIGHT SIMULATION. J. E. REICH
PARTICLE-IN-CELL FLUID DYNAMICS ON THE IBM STRETCH MACHINE • THOMAS DANIEL BUTLER
THE VALUE OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY. G. C. MCKEAGUE
DATA PROCESSING STANDARDS. R. F. CLIPPINGER
ASPECTS OF CURRENT RESEARCH IN AUTOMATIC LANGUAGE ANALYSIS. WARREN J. PLATH
ON-LINE COMPUTER OPTIMIZATION OF A CHEMICAL PROCESS. V. S. MORELLO, R. H. FOY, K. A. OTTO
AN INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT IN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES. R. W. SEMER

COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE. A. M. TURING
CHESS-PLAYING PROGRA~S AND THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEXITY. ALLEN NEWELL. J. C. SHAW. H. A. SIMON
SOME STUDIES IN MACHINE LEARNING USING THE GAME OF CHECKERS. A. L. SAMUEL
EMPIRICAL EXPLORATIONS WITH THE LOGIC THEORY MACHINE, A CASE STUDY IN HEURISTICS. ALLEN NEWELL,
J. C. SHAW, H. A. SIMON
REALIZATION OF A GEOMETRY-THEOREM PROVING MACHINE. H. GELERNTER
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EMPIRICAL EXPLORATIO~S OF THE GEOMERTY-THEOREM PROVING MACHINE. H. GELERNTER, J. R. HANSEN,
O. W. LOVELANO
SUMMARY OF A HEURISTIC LINE BALANCING PROCEDURE • FRED M. TONGE
A HEURISTIC PROGRAM THAT SOLVES SYMBOLIC INTEGRATION PROBLEMS IN FRESHMAN CALCULUS. JAMES R. SLAGLE
BASEBALL, AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION ANSWERER. BERT F. GREEN JR, ALICE K. WOLF, CAROL CHOMSKY.
KENNETH LAUGHERY
INFERENTIAL MEMORY AS THE BASIS OF MACHINES WHICH UNDERSTAND NATURAL LANGUAGE • ROBERT K. LINDSAY
PATTERN RECOGNITION BY MACHINE. OLIVER G. SELFRIDGE, ULRIC NEISSER
A PATTERN-RECOGNITION PROGRAM THAT GENERATES, EVALUATES, AND ADJUST ITS OWN OPERATORS. LEONARD UHR,
CHARLES VOSSLER
GPS, A PROGRAM THAT SIMULATES HUMAN THOUGHT. ALLEN NEWELL, H. A. SIMON
THE SIMULATION OF VERBAL LEARNING BEliAVIOR • EDWARD A. FEIGENBAUM
PROGRAMMING A MODEL OF HUMAN CONCEPT FORMULATION. EARL B. HUNT, CARL I. HOVLAND
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT. JULIAN FELDMAN
A MODEL OF THE TRUST INVESTMENT PROCESS. GEOFFREY P. E. CLARKSON
A COMPUTER MODEL OF ELEMENTARY SOCIAL BEHAVIOR. JOHN T. GULLAHORN, JEANNE E. GULLAHORN
ATTITUDES TOWARD INTELLIGENT MACHINES. PAUL ARMER
STEPS TOWARD ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. MARVIN MINSKY
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COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY ILEONDES, CORNELIUS T., EO.)
NEW YORK. MCGRAW-HILL. 1961.
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NEW YORK, PERGAMON PRESS, 1960.
QA16.A383 1960
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ANALOG COMPUTERS, INTRODUCTION AND BLOCK-DIAGRAM NOTATION. GRANINO A. KORN
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS, COEFFICIENT POTENTIOMETERS, OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS, AND NETWORKS.
BERNARD D. LOVEMA~, GRANINO A. KORN, THERESA M. KORN, EDWARD M. BILLINGHURST, CHARLES H. SI~bLE
ELECTRO~IC ANALOG COMPUTERS, MULTIPLIERS AND FUNCTION GENERATORS. BERNARD D. LOVEMAN,
CHARLES D. MORRILL, GRANINO A. KORN
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS, CONTROL CIRCUITS, COMPUTER OPERATION, AND SYSTEM OESIGN •
BERNARD D. LOYEMA~, THADDEUS J. KUSTO, GRANINO A. KORN, STANLEY ROGERS, HAROLD L. EHLERS,
WALTER HOCHWALD
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS, SIGNIFICANT APPLICATIONS. ARTHUR I. RUBIN, VICTOR B. COREY, JOHN MCLEOD,
GRANINO A. KORN, THERESA M. KORN, LOUIS BAUER, CHARLES W. WORLEY, E. MORRISON, VINCENT C. RIDEOUT,
R. M. HOWE, L. D. KOVACH, H. F. MEISSINGER, R. P. WASHBURN
ELECTRO~IC ANALOG COMPUTERS, SPECIAL COMPONENTS AND TECHNIQUES. JEROME D. KENNEDY SR, PAUL E. RUSSELL,
GRANINO A. KORN, W. K. MCGREGOR, R. M. LEGER, JEROME L. GREENSTEIN, L. D. KOVACH
TRANSISTORIZED ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. HERMANN SCHMID, WALTER HOCHWALD, HAROLD L. EHLERS
MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ANALOG-COMPUTING SYSTEMS. WALTER W. SOROKA, GRANINO A. KORN,
PAUL SAVEl
NETWORK-TYPE DIRECT-ANALOGY COMPUTERS AND FIELD-PROBLEM ANALOGIES. DONALD f. GREENWOOD,
WILLIAM J. DIXON, R. P. WASHBURN, WALTER J. KARPLUS, WALTER W. SOROKA
DIGITAL COMPUTERS, COMPONENTS • ISAAC L. AUERBACH, J. JAMES EBERS, M. L. EMBREE. HARRY D. HUSKEY
SINGLE-INPUT COMPONENT CIRCUITS. HARRY O. HUSKEY, BRAM J. LOOPSTRA
MEMORY DEVICES. ISAAC L. AUERBACH, ALBERT S. HOAGLAND. ARTHUR W. HOLT, HARRY D. HUSKEY,
CHARLES F. PULVARI, RAYMOND STUART-WILLIAMS, FREDERIC C. WILLIAMS
SWITCHING CIRCUITS. DUDLEY A. BUCK, HARRY D. HUSKEY
(NFORMATION CODING A~O SWITCHING THEORY. RICHARD W. HAMMING, DAVID SLEPIAN, ARTHUR W. BURKS
DIGITAL-COMPUTER ARITHMETIC. HARRY D. HUSKEY
OIGITAL-COMPUTER-SYSTEM DESIGN. WERNER BUCHHOLZ, WILLIAM F. GUNNING, HARRY D. HUSKEY. RAGNA~ THORENSEN
INTRODUCTION TO CODING AND PROBLEM LOGIC. HARRY D. HUSKEY, MICHAEL WOODGER
INPUT A~D OUTPUT. MORTON M. ASTRAHAN, LOWELL S. MICHELS, WILLIAM A. FARRAND
SPECIAL-PURPOSE COMPUTERS. ROBERT R. JOHNSON, MAX PALEVSKY
GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTERS. ERNEST G. ANDREWS, WILLIAM R. ARSENAULT, HAKRY D. HUSKEY
APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. CHARLES W. ADAMS, RICHARD G. CANNING, HARRY D. HUSKEY,
ARVID W. JACOBSON, E. CALVIN JOHNSON, SAUL ROSEN, MORRIS RUBINOFF, ROGER SISSON, JAMES H. WILKINSON
THE COMPUTING LABORATORY IN THE UNIVERSITY (WISCONSIN. UNIVERSITY. GRADUATE SCHUOL. RESEARCH COMMITTEE.)
MADISON, WISCONSIN, AUGUST 17-19, 1955. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSON PRESS, 1951.
QA74.W5 1955
LC CARD NO. 57-9809

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THE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM OF BESM * O. K. SHCHERBAKOV
DIGITAL INTEGRATING MACHINES. F. V. MAIOROV
DYNAMIC FLIP-FLOPS AND THEIR USE IN PARALLEL ACTION COMPUTERS * P. P. GOLOVISTIKOV
A METHOD OF AUTOMATIC MO:HTORING OF A SERIAL ARITHMETIC UNIT. E. A. VOLKOV
METHODS OF SELECTING THE REQUIRED WORO FROM A DICTIONARY. L. N. KOROLEV
THE ROLE OF THE FERRITE CORE IN A MATRIX STORAGE UNIT • N. YA. MATYUKHIN, O. V. ROSNITSKII
RELIABILITY OF A MATRIX TYPE MAGNETIC STORE WITH LINEAR SELECTION. YU. N. GLUKHOV. o. V. ROSNITSKII
BASIC NOMENCLATURE AND DEFINITIONS IN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING. E. I. MAMONOY

COMPUTER HANDBOOK (HUSKEY, HARRY 0 •• ED.)
NEW YORK, MCGRAW-HILL, 1962.
QA16.H8
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INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL- AND ANALOG-COMPUTER THEORY. CORNELIUS T. LEONOES
DIGITAL-COMPUTER SYSTEM DESIGN. HARRY D. HUSKEY
DIGITAL-COMPUTER CIRCUITRY DESIGN TECHNIQUES. ROBERT C. MINNICK
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DIGITAL-COMPUTER THEORY. GERALD ESTRIN
ANALOG-COMPUTER THEORY • IRWIN PFEFFER
ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES COMBINED. WALTER J. KARPLUS
SYSTEM ERROR ANALYSIS IN COMPUTATION. CHARLES B. TOMPKINS
CONTROL SYSTEM THEORY • JOHN G. TRUXAL
CONTROL SYSTEM SYNTHESIS TECHNIQUES. JOHN A. ASELTINE
NONLINEAR CONTROL SYSTEM THEORY • RICHARD E. KUBA
SAMPLED-DATA CONTROL SYSTEMS THEORY. JOHN M. SALZER
RANDOM PROCESSES IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS. HAROLD DAVIS
OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS IN DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEMS. LOfFI A. ZADEH
NAVIGATION, GUIDANCE, AND CONTROL OF AEROSPACE VEHICLES. ROBERT O. FERNER. ALFRED F. SCHMITT
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL • HANS GIESECKE
OPTIMALIZING CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEMS. YAO TZU LI
CONTROL PROBLEMS IN ~UCLEAR RECTORS • RICHARD COHEN
AUTOMATIC MACHINE-TOOL CONTROL • JACK ROSENBERG
COMPUTER CONTROL IN PROCESS INDUSTRIES. GARY K. L. CHIEN

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IBM WORLD TRAOE CENT~R, BLARICUM, HOLLAND, APRIL 24-28, AND OCTOBER 4-6, 1961.
AMSTERDAM, NORTH-HOLLAND PU8LISHING COMPANY, 1963.
QA76.B7
LC CARD NO. 63-3816
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MECHANICAL MATHEMATICS AND INFERENTIAL ANALYSIS. HAO WANG
OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING COMPUTING, DEDUCTION, AND HEURISTICS. E. W. BETH
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF COMPUTATION. JOHN MCCARTHY
AN ABSTRACT COMPUTER WITH A LISP-LIKE MACHINE LANGUAGE WITHOUT A LABEL OPERATOR. P. C. GILMJRE
A SIMPLIFIED PROOF METHOD FOR ELEMENTARY LOGIC. STIG KANGER
A BASIS FOR THE MECHANIZATION OF THE THEORY OF EQUATIONS. A. ROBINSON
PROGRAMMING AND THE THEORY OF AUTOMATA • ARTHUR W. BURKS
THE ALGEBRAIC THEORY OF CONTEXT-FREE LANGUAGES. N. CHOMSKY, M. P. SCHUTZENBERGER
CONFERENCE ON TRAINING PERSONNEL FOR COMPUTERS (WAYNE UNIVERSITY, DETROIT.
DETROIT, JUNE 22-23, 1954. DETROIT, WAYNE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1955.
QA16.W3
LC CARD NO. 55-6146

CTPC54

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EQUIPMENTAL AIDS TO COMPUTING. JAY W. FORRESTER
WEATHER PREDICTION • PHILIP DUNCAN THOMPSON
COMPUTING IN ASTRONOMY • W. J. ECKERT
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING TO FLUID DYNAMICS PROBLEMS. HARWOOD G. KOLSKY
APPLICATION OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTING TO CHEMICAL PROBLEMS. JOSEPH O. HIRSCHFELDER
THE IMPACT OF FAST COMPUTERS ON PHYSICS • MARSHALL ROSENBLUTH
THE USE OF DESK CALCULATORS. PAUL S. DWYER
THE COMPUTER LABORATORY IN INDUSTRY. H. R. J. GROSCH
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY. H. S. WOLANSKI
COMPUTERS IMPROVE POWER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE. L. K. KIRCHMAYER
ASSIGNMENT, PROGRAMMING, AND SCHEDULING. DAVID F. VOTAW JR
FUTURE DEMANDS FOR TRAINED PERSONNEL. E. K. RITTER
SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS. FORMAN S. ACTON
THE FUTURE DEMAND FOR MATHEMATICIANS IN THE COMPUTING FIELD. R. E. GASKELL
FUTURE DEMANDS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS IN THE FIELD OF COMPUTATION • ELDRED C. NELSON
THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE COMPUTING LABORATORY TO THE UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM. CHARLES W. ADAMS
THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, U.C.L.A • •
GEORGE E. FORSYTHE
CURRICULUM NEEDS IN THE COMPUTING FIELD. VINCENT C. RIDEOUT
THE NUMERICAL ANALYSIS PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. OAVID M. YOUNG JR
EQUIPPING THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTATION LABORATORY. JOHN W. CARR III
EQUIPPING A UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY. C. C. GOTLIEB
EQUIPPING A UNIVERSITY LABORATORY TO SATISFY THE COMPUTATIONAL DEMAND. H. O. HARTLEY
EQUIPPING A UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY. RALPH E. MEAGHER
EQUIPPING THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY. ALAN J. PERLIS
ORGANIZING AND FINANCING A UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY. J. P. NASH
ON ORGANIZING AND FINANCING A LABORATORY. CARL F. KDSSACK
THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTATION LABORATORY AS A COOPERATIVE INDUSTRY-EOUCATION PROJECT. ARVID W. JACOBSON
THE CORNELL COMPUTING CENTER, A MINIMAL UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY. R. J. WALKER
DANGEROUS GULFS, SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINES. J. H. VAN VLECK

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ••• 1

PRESENT AND PROJECTED COMPUTER MANPOWER NEEDS IN BUSINESS ANO INDUSTRY • M. E. MENGEL
PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS IN GOVER~MENT AGENCIES IN MACHINE COMPUTATION. C. R. GREGG
MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS BY COMPUTER MANUFACTURERS. G. T. HUNTER
STATUS OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS RELATIVE TO HIGH SPEEO COMPUTATION. H. D. HUSKEY
GRADUATE INSTRUCTION ANO RESEARCH. K. E. IVERSON
CONTRIBUTIONS OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING COURSES IN COMPUTERS. M. P. CHINITZ
THE IMPACT OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINES UPON THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM. ALBERT A. BEN~ETT
THE EDUCATIONAL CONCEPT OF COMPUTERS AS A NEW TOOL • C. W. AOAMS, F. M. VERZUH
THE EFFECT OF COMPUTERS ON THE TRAINING OF APPLIED MATHEMATICIANS AND SCIENTISTS. A. S. HOUSE~OLOER
THE NEED FOR TRAININ~ AND RESEARCH IN NON-COMPUTER ASPECTS OF THE THEORY OF DIGITAL CONTROL PROCESSES.
F. E. HOHN
IMPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRAINING. MANFRED KOCHEN
COOPERATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. E. P. LITTLE
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS FOR MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH
AND EDUCATION. L. W. COHEN
A NEW DIMENSION IN U~jVERSITY SERVICE. DAVID D. HENRY
DIGITAL INFORMATION PROCESSORS (HOFFMANN, WALTER, 1921- [0.1
NEW YORK, INTERSCIENCE PUBLISHERS, 1962.
QA16.5.H6
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AUTOMATA AND THOUGHT PROCESSES (GERMANI • HEINZ ZEMANEK
NEW TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS (GERMANI • AMBROS P. SPEISER
LOGICAL MACHINES (GERMANI • RUOOLF TARJAN
DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS AND SEMIDIGITAL METHODS (GERMANI • THEODOR ERISMANN
INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN COMPUTERS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. HERMAN H. GOLDSTINE
PROCESSING OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES BY COMPUTERS (GERMANI. FRIEDRICH L. BAUER, KLAUS SAMELSON
MICRO-PROGRAMMING AND TRICKOLOGY • WILLEM LOUIS VAN DER POEL
THE PRESENT STATUS, ACHIEVEMENT AND TRENDS OF PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING.
ROBERT W. BEMER
PROBLEMS' OF COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING (GERMANI • HANS KONRAD SCHUFF
THEORETICAL ASPECTS JF THE MECHANIZATION OF LITERATURE SEARCHING. YEHOSHUA BAR-HILLEL
MACHINE LANGUAGE TRA~SLATION • ERWIN REIFLER
PROGRESSION LINES OF A COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT FROM MECHANICS TO ELECTRONICS (GERMANI • KONRAO ZUSE
COMPUTER PROGRESS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, I. A SELF-CORRECTING COMPUTER. JAN OBLONSKY
COMPUTER PROGRESS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, II. THE NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF RESIDUAL CLASSES (SRCI • A~TO~lN SVOBODA
THE RELAY COMPUTER ETL MARK II • MOTINORI GOTO, YASUO KOMAMIYA
THE PARAMETRON • HIDETOSI TAKAHASI. EIICHI GOTO
MEMORY SYSTEMS FOR PARAMETRON COMPUTERS. HIDETOSI TAKAHASI, EIICHI GOTO
THE TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTER ETL MARK IV • SHIGERU TAKAHASHI, HIROJI ~ISflINO
MAGNETIC CORE SWITCHING CIRCUITS • TOHRU MOTO-OKA
THE ESAKI DIOOE • EIICHI GOTO
HIGH-SPEED ARITHMETIC SYSTEM. NORIYOSHI KUROYANAGI
DEVELOPMENT REPORT AND LITERATURE SURVEY ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS (GERMANI. WALTER HOFFMANN
ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING IFACHTAGUNG 'ELEKTRONISCHE
INFORMATIONSVERAR6EITUNG,'I
DARMSTADT, GERMANY, OCTOBER 25-27, 1955. BRAUNSCHWEIG, F. VIEWEG, 1956.
QA16.5.F3 1955
LC CARO NO. 59-18164

RECHENMASCHI~EN

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SYSTEMATICS OF AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS • H. H. GOLDSTINE
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYMPOSIUM
LONDON. OCTOBER 4-6. 1961. LONDON. PITMAN. 1963.
HF554B.2.E4 1961
LC CARD NO. 64-9587

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROBLEM OF DATA-PROCESSING CGERMANI • R. PILOTY
SWITCHI~G CIRCUITS A~O MEMORY SYSTEMS CGERMANI • H. BILLING
INPUT-OUTPUT FOR DIGITAL. COMPUTING MACHINES. A. D. BOOTH
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. A. S. HOUSEHOLDER
METHODS TO SIMPLIFY PROGRAMMING. 5 YEARS WORK WITH THE Z4 COMPUTER CGERMANI • H. RUTISHAUSER
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINERY. H. H. AIKEN
SURVEY OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AT GOTTINGEN. APPLICATIONS OF THE Gl AND G2 CGERMANI • L. BIERMANN
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUNICH COMPUTER PERM CGERMANI • H. PILOTY
PRESENT STATUS AND TRENDS OF THE DRESDEN COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT CGERMANI • N. J. LEHMANN
THE DARMSTADT ELECTRONIC COMPUTER DERA CGERMAN I • H. J. DREYER
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING APPARATUS AT THE VIENNA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY CGERMANI •
H. ZEMANEK
MODERN COMPUTING IN THE NETHERLANDS CGERMANI • A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
OPERATION WITH BESK CGERMANI • S. COMET
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF IRSIA-FNRS COMPUTER CFRENCHI • M. LINSMAN. W. POULIART
HANDLING OF NUMBERS AND ORDERS IN THE IRSIA-FNRS COMPUTER IFRENCHI • V. BELEVITCH
ARITMA CALCULATING PUNCH • A. SVOBODA
SOME FEATURES OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK RELAY COMPUTER SAPO. J. OBLONSKY
BESM. THE HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER OF THE USSR ACADEMY Of SCIENCES IGERMANI • S. A. LEBEDEV
THE GENERAL-PURPOSE ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER URAL FOR ENGINEERING RESEARCH PROBLEMS I GERMANI •
J. J. BASILEWSKI
CONTROL PANEL AND INPUT AND OUTPUT FACILITIES OF ERMETH IGERMANI • A. P. SPEISER
FEATURES OF THE 01 COMPUTER AT DRESDEN IGERMANI • K. H. BACHMANN
REMARKS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF GIA IGERMANI • W. HOPMANN
REPORT ON COMPLETION OF G2 IGERMANI • H. OHLMANN
CONSIDERATIONS ON A HIGH SPEED PARALLEL COMPUTER G3 IGERMANI • A. SCHLUTER
SWITCHING TECHNIQUES AT Z-5 CGERMANI • W. UHL
EOPM 705 IN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT CGERMANI • H. KOHLER
FERRITES WITH RECTANGULAR HYSTERESIS LOOP FOR APPLICATION AS MEMORY OR SWITCHING ELEMENTS IN COMPUTERS
CGERMANI • O. ECKERT
FERRITES AND TITANATES AS DECISION ELEMENTS IN SWITCHING CIRCUITS AND MEMORY SYSTEMS CGERMANI • K. HEROLD
SWITCHING-CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES WITH FERRITE TOROIDS (GERMANI • H. GILLERT
TRANSFE~ FACILITIES BETWEEN MEMORIES OF DIFFERENT TYPES. C. S. SCHOLTEN
FLOATING POINT DECIMAL-BINARY CONVERSION CGERMANI • W. E. PROEBSTER
CONSTRUCTION OF RECORDING HEADS FOR MAGNETIC DRUM STORAGE (GERMANI • H. O. LEILICH
TECHNICAL DETAILS OF DERA CGERMANI • W. SCHUTTE
A NON-MAGNETIC DRUM MEMORY (GERMANI • N. FAST
EXPERIE~CE WITH COMPONENTS USED IN ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS MANUFACTURED IN GERMANY CGERMANI • F. STOLZE
OSCILLOGRAPHS FOR USE WITH ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS CGERMANI • P. E. KLEIN
PROBLEMS OF PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES CGERMANI • K. SAMELSON
AUTOMATIC COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CGERMANI • N. J. LEHMANN
THE ESSENTIAL TYPES OF OPERATION IN AN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER. W. L. VAN DER POEL
PROCESSING OF FORMULAS BY MACHINES. B. J. LOOPSTRA
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A COMPUTER WITH AN INDEPENDENT ADDRESS OPERATION UNIT CGERMANI • H. SCHECHER
ADDRESS-MODIFICATION WITH INDEX REGISTERS USED IN EDPM TYPE 704 CGERMANI • K. BROKATE
THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF UNIVAC BY THE A-2 COMPILER SYSTEM CGERMANI • B. THURING
THE DARMSTADT MATHEMATICAL COMPUTER GROUP CGERMANI • H. UNGER
SUBROUTINES FOR DERA CGERMANI • H. BOTTENBRUCH
THE INSTRUCTION CODE OF G-2 CGERMANI • K. PISULA
PHYSICAL PROGRAMMING CGERMANI • R. THUN
ITERATIVE METHODS Of LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH CONVERGENCE OF BERNOULLI'S AND OF GRAEFFE'S TYPE (GERMANI.
F. L. BAUER
ITERATIVE PROCESSES FOR THE COMPUTATION OF ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS. E. W. OIJKSTRA
INTERPOLATION TRENDS FOR LARGE SCALE DIGITAL COMPUTERS • C. ROSS
NUMERICAL PROCEDURES FOR THE INTEGRATION OF HYPERBOLIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. H. H. GOLDSTINE
A NOTE ON THE USE OF AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF STRIP WIDTH IN QUADRATURE • M. V. WILKES
ON A NEW METHOD TO SOLVE IN THE LARGE SOME NONLINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING HIGH SPEED DIGITAL
COMPUTERS • R. DE VOGELAERE
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN HYDRODYNAMICS WITH BESK (GERMANI • W. HANSEN
LINEAR PROGRAMMING O.~ AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS. S. VAJDA
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ENTERS AN AIRPLANE FACTORY. W. H. MULLER
USE OF COMPUTERS FOR NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION CGERMANI • K. WIPPERMANN
INVERSION OF MATRICES BY PUNCHED CARD METHODS CGERMANI • K. WENKE
NUMERICAL COMPUTATION OF STAR EPHEMERIDES CGERMANI • T. LEDERLE
STATISTICAL OPERATION PROGRAMS IN INDUSTRY (GERMANI. A. ADAM
GRAPHICAL-MECHANICAL AIDS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF RELAY CIRCUITS. A. SVOBODA
REPRESENTATION OF THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF COMPUTERS BY EQUIVALENCE ALGEBRA CGERMANI • T. FROMME
THE LOGISTIC RELAY COMPUTER OF THE VIENNA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY CGERMANI • H. ZEMANEK

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465
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529

PROGRESS IN THE INTRODUCTION OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING INTO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. MARCH. 1961 •
J. D. W. JANES
PRODUCTION CONTROL SCHEME FOR LETCHWORTH FACTORY • J. W. GRANT
INVENTORY CONTROL. ACCOUNTING AND PAYROLL • A. BRADLEY
ESTABLISHING ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING AT THE TRYGG-FYLGIA INSURANCE COMPANIES. K.-E. SCHANG
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING APPLICATIONS. PROGRESS AND OPERATION. N. C. POLLOCK
ORDER DOCUMENTATION. FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE. A. J. BROCKBANK
PROGRESS REPORT ON PRODUCTION CONTROL BY HIRING COMPUTER TIME • R. B. BAGGETT
LARGE VOLUME INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING • J. G. THOMPSON
DATA PROCESSING IN COMMERCE • L. G. BONNEY
USE OF A COMPUTER IN BANKING. J. LETHAM
THE FULLY INTEGRATED INSURANCE OFFICE. F. C. KNIGHT
CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT LOADING. V. BAK
AN APPROACH TO INTEGRATED PRODUCTION CONTROL. W. J. KEASE
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO THE COMMERICAL PLANNING OF AN INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY. W. P. BROWN
PRODUCTION STOCK CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING. D. o. BELL
FINISHEO STOCK CONTROL. PRODUCTION MONITORING. SALES STATISTICS. ETC • • F. STUBBS
APPLICATION OF AN I.C.T. 1301 COMPUTER. J. ANTILL
POINTING THE WAY FOR THE SMALLER USER. SURVEY OF THE COMPUTER BUREAUX SERVICE. DUDLEY W. HOOPER
STRUCTURAL STRESS CALCULATIONS. C. P. WORTH
COSTING OIL SURVEYING OPERATIONS. G. DE VERTEUIL
PLANNED STOCK CONTROL. C. H. BAYLISS
KEEPING AN INVENTORY OF PRECIOUS METALS • S. A. EMERY
EVALUATION OF CONFIDENTIAL MATERIALS. A. J. STEVENSON
A MARKET SURVEY • H. WORMALD
BRAINS TRUST
THE PLACE OF THE PROGRAMMER • STANLEY GILL
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

44

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ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS IHANDEL, PAUL, FREIHERR VON, 1931- ED.I
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N. J., PRENTICE-HALL, 1961.
QA76.H2B 1961A
LC CARD NO. 61-12942
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LC CARD NO. 62-19800

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF COMPUTATION. M. AUOREY BATES
THE CIRCUIT COMPONENTS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. B. V. BOWDEN, B. W. POLLARD
THE ORGANIZATION OF A TYPICAL MACHINE • B. V. BOWDEN
THE CONSTRUCTION, PERFORMANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. B. V. BOWDEN
PROGRAMMING FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES. J. M. BENNETT, A. E. GLENNIE
THE UNIVERSITY OF MA~CHESTER COMPUTING MACHINE. T. KILBURN, F. C. WILLIAMS
CALCULATING MACHINE DEVELOPMENT AT CAMBRIDGE • M. V. WILKES
AUTOMATIC COMPUTATIO~ AT THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY
THE HARWELL ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER • E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH
THE TELECOMMUNICATIO~S RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT PARALLEL ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER • R. H. A. CARTER,
A. M. UTTLEY
THE IMPERIAL COLLEGE COMPUTING ENGINE. S. MICHAELSON, K. D. TOCHER
THE ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHMENT SEQUENCE-CONTROLLED CALCULATOR. S. H. HOLLINGDALE
CALCULATING MACHINES AT THE BIRKBECK COLLEGE COMPUTATIUN LA80RATORY • A. O. BOOTH
COMPUTERS IN AMERICA. B. V. BOWDEN
MACHINES FOR THE SOLUTION OF LOGICAL PROBLEMS. D. G. PRINZ, J. B. SMITH
SPECIAL-PURPOSE AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS. R. STUART-WILLIAMS
DIGITAL COMPUTATION AND THE CRY~TALLDGRAPHER • J. M. BENNETT
THE USE OF HIGH-SPEEO COMPUTING MACHINES IN METEOROLOGY. R. S. SCORER
AN APPLICATION TO BALLISTICS. A. E. GLENNIE
OIGITAL COMPUTERS AND THE ENGINEER. J. M. BENNETT
MACHINES IN GOVERNME~T CALCULATIONS. B. B. SWANN
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO BUSINESS AND COMMERCE. B. V. BoWOEN
ELECTRONIC MACHINES AND ECONOMICS. G. MORTON
PROBLEMS OF DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY. CICELY M. POPPLEWELL
DIGITAL COMPUTERS APPLIED TO GAMES • M. AUOREY BATES, B. V. BOWDEN, C. STRACHEY, A. M. TURING
THOUGHT AND MACHINE PROCESSES. B. V. BOWDEN
HANDBOOK OF AUTOMATION, COMPUTATION, AND CONTROL IGRABBE, EUGENE MUNTER, ED.I
NEW YORK, WILEY 11958-19611.
TJ213.G72
LC CARD NO. 58-10800 REV

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DIGITAL COMPUTERS. R08ERT G. TANTZEN
ANALOG COMPUTERS. MARTIN G. JAENKE
DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS. HANS W. GSCHWIND
COMPUTING CONTROL SYSTEMS. MARTIN G. JAENKE
fASTER THAN THOUGHT IBOWDE~, BERTRAM VIVIAN, ED.I
LONDON, PITMAN, 1953.
QA76.86B
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CHARACTER RECOGNITIO~ • M. B. CLOWES, J. R. PARKS
NEW EQUIPMENT. A. S. DOUGLAS

VOL. 2

COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY AND SYMBOLS • E. M. GRABBE
PROGRAMMING AND CODING. JOHN W. CARR III
DATA PROCESSING OPERATIONS • M. J. MENDELSON
QUANTITATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS. ROGER L. SISSON, RICHARD G. CANNING
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTIO~ • J. W. BUSBY, J. H. YIENGER
FACILITY REQUIREMENTS • ERWIN TOMASH
OESIGN OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS • HOWARD S. LEVIN
LIFE INSURANCE ACCOUNTING. A. C. VANSELOW, R. L. VANWINKLE
CASUALTY INSURANCE ACCOUNTING. L. L. VAN OOSTEN
PUBLIC UTILITY CUSTOMER BILLING. E. D. COWLES
PAYROLL AND SALARY DISTRIBUTION. H. TELLIER
INVENTORY CONTROL • CHARLES E. AMMANN
AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION SCHEDULING. C. W. SCHMIDT, R. BOSAK
SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERI~G APPLICATIONS. R. T. KOLL
HANOLING OF NON-NUMERICAL INFORMATION. M. E. MARON
DIGITAL COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS. WILLIS H. WARE
TECHNIQUES FOR RELIABILITY. WILLIS H. WARE
COMPONENTS ANO BASIC CIRCUITS. NORMAN H. TAYLOR
MAGNETIC CORE CIRCUITS. ISAAC L. AUERBACH
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS. ISAAC L. AUERBACH
LOGICAL DESIGN • LOWELL AMDAHL
ARITHMETIC AND CONTROL ELEMENTS. H. L. ENGEL
STORAGE. DAVID R. BROWN, JACK I. RAFFEL
INPUT-OUTPUT EQUIPMENT FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. J. K. BRIGDEN
ANALOG COMPUTATION IN ENGINEERING. WALTER J. KARPLUS, WILLIAM KINDLE
LINEAR ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ELEMENTS. IRWIN PFEFFER
NONLINEAR ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ELEMENTS. GEORGE A. BEKEY
ANALOGS AND DUALS OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS • RICHARD MACKEY
SOLUTION OF FIELD PROBLEMS. WALTER J. KARPLUS
NOISE A~D STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES. HENRY LOW
MECHANICAL COMPUrER ELEMENTS. WALTER J. KARPLUS
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES I~ ANALOG COMPUTATION. CORNELIUS T. lEONDES
OPERATIONAL DIGITAL TECHNIQUES • BERNARD M. GORDON, JOHN F. LA FONTAINE
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS. GEORGE P. WEST
SIMPLE TURING TYPE COMPUTERS. JOSEPH O. CAMPEAU
SYMPOSIUM ON LARGE-SCALE DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINERY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY
CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JANUARY 1-10, 1941. CAMBRIDGE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1948.
QA16.S9
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91
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THE WORK OF CHARLES BABBAGE • RICHARD H. BABBAGE
MARK I CALCULATOR • RICHARD M. BLOCH
BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENIAC • LEWIS P. TABOR
BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES RELAY COMPUTING SYSTEM. SAMUEL B. WILLIAMS
MARK II CALCULATOR. ROBERT V. D. CAMPBELL
PROBLEMS OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS INVOLVED IN MACHINE COMPUTATIONS. ALEXANDER W. WUNDHEILER
THE ORGANIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE CALCULATING MACHINERY. GEORGE R. STIBITZ
MERCURY DELAY LINES AS A MEMORY UNIT. T. KITE SHARPLESS
SLOW ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES • LEON BRILLOUIN
HIGH-SPEED ELECTROSTATIC STORAGE • JAY W. FORRESTER
MAGNETIC ANO PHOSPHOR COATED DISCS. BENJAMIN L. MOORE
THE SELECTRON, A TUBE FOR SELECrIVE ELECTROSTATIC STORAGE. JAN RAJCHMAN

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PROCEEDINGS OF A SECOND SYMPOSIUM ON LARGE-SCALE DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINERY. HARVARD UNIVERSITY
CAMBRIOGE. MASS •• SEPTEMBER 13-16. 1949. CAMBRIOGE. HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1951.
HARVARD ANNALS VOL. 26

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THE MARK III CALCULATOR. BENJAMIN l. MOORE
THE 8ELL COMPUTER. MODEL VI • ERNEST G. ANDREWS
AN ELECTROSTATIC MEMORY SYSTEM • J. PRESPER ECKERT JR
THE DIGITAL COMPUTATION PROGRAM AT MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY. JAY W. FORRESTER
THE RAYTHEON ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER. RICHARD M. BLOCH
A GENERAL ELECTRIC ENGINEERING DIGITAL COMPUTER • BURTON R. LESTER
THE PRESENT POSITION OF COMPUTING-MACHINE DEVELOPMENT IN ENGLAND. WILLIAM S. ELLIOTT
SEMIAUTOMATIC INSTRUCTION ON THE ZEPHYR. H. O. HUSKEY
STATIC MAGNETIC DELAY LINES • WAY DONG WOO
COORDINATE TUBES FOR USE WITH ELECTROSTATIC STORAGE TUBES. R. S. JULIAM. A. L. SAMUEL
BASIC ASPECTS OF SPECIAL COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS. HOWARD T. ENGSTROM
ELECTROCHEMICAL COMPUTING ELEMENTS • JOHN R. BOWMAN
LOGICAL SYNTAX AND TRANSFORMATION RULES. GEORGE W. PATTERSON
NOTES ON THE SOLUTION OF LINEAR SYSTEMS INVOLVING INEQUALITIES. GEORGE W. BROWN
MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN LARGE-SCALE COMPUTING UNITS. D. H. LEHMER
EMPIRICAL STUDY OF EFFECTS OF ROUNDING ERRORS. C. CLINTON BRAMBLE
NUMERICAL METHODS ASSOCIATED WITH LAPLACE'S EQUATION. W. E. MILNE
AN ITERATION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE EIGENVALUE PROBLEM OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL
OPERATORS. CORNELIUS LANCZOS
ON THE MONTE CARLO METHOD. S. M. ULAM
THE PLACE OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINERY IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS. WENDELL H. FURRY
DOUBLE REFRACTION OF FLOW AND THE DIMENSIONS OF LARGE ASYMMETRIC MOLECULES • HAROLD A. SCHERAGA.
JOHN T. EDSALL. J. ORTEN GADD JR
L-SHELL INTERNAL CONVERSION. MORRIS E. ROSE
THE USE OF CALCULATI~G MACHINES IN THE THEORY OF PRIMARY COSMIC RADIATION. MANUEL S. VALLARTA
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS. HERMAN FESHBACH
COMPUTING MACHINES I~ AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH. R. D. 0 NEAL
PROBLEM OF AIRCRAFT DYNAMICS. EVERETT T. WELMERS
A STATISTICAL METHOD FOR CERTAIN NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS. GEORGE R. STIBITZ
COMBUSTION AERODYNAMICS. HOWARD W. EMMONS
APPLICATION OF COMPUTING MACHINERY TO RESEARCH OF THE OIL INDUSTRY. MORRIS MUSKAT
THE 603-405 COMPUTER. WILLIAM W. WOODBURY
APPLICATION OF COMPUTING MACHINERY TO THE SOLUTION OF PROBLEMS OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.
FREDERICK MOSTELLER
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC OF ECONOMIC EQUILIBRIUM. WASSILY W. LEONTIEF
SOME COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN PSYCHOLOGY. LEDYARD R. TUCKER
COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF CERTAIN ECONOMETRIC PROBLEMS • HERMAN CHERNOFF
PHYSIOLOGY AND COMPUTATION DEVICES. WILLIAM J. CROlIER
THE SCIENCE OF PROSPERITY • FREDERICK V. WAUGH
THE SELECTRON • JAN RAJCHMAN
THE FUTURE OF COMPUTING MACHINERY. LOUIS N. RIOENOUR
PROCEEOINGS AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING CONFERENCE CHARVARO UNIVERSITY. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMIN.1
CAMBRIDGE. MASS., SEPTEMBER 8-9, 1955. CAMBRIDGE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1956.
HF5548.H34
LC CARD NO. 56-9990

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OPTICAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC STORAGE TECHNIQUES. ARTHUR W. TYLER
METHOD OF FINITE DIFFERENCES FOR THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. RICHARD COURANT
ON COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR CERTAIN PROBLEMS IN FLUID DYNAMICS. RAYMOND J. SEEGER
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLE~S ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERINDUSTRIAL RELATIO~SHIPS •
WASSILY W. LEONTIEF
ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERRORS IN PROCESSES OF INTEGRATION ON HIGH-SPEED CALCULATING MACHINES.
HANS A. RADEMACHER
FLUIO MECHANICS COMPUTATIONS. HOWARD W. EMMONS
FIRING TABLES. L. S. DEDERICK
PREPARATION OF PROBLEMS FOR EDVAC-TYPE MACHINES. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
THE PREPARATION OF PROBLEMS FOR THE MARK I CALCULATOR. JOSEPH O. HARRISON JR
APPLICATION OF PRINTING TELEGRAPH TECHNIQUES TO LARGE-SCALE CALCULATING MACHINERY. FREDERICK G. MILLER
SURVEY OF MAGNETIC RECORDING • OTTO KORNEI
THE NUMEROSCOPE • HARRISON W. FULLER
INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES FOR ELECTRONIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINERY. SAMUEL N. ALEXANDER
AN INPUT DEVICE USING MULTIPLE GATES. MORRIS RU81NOFF
PHOTOGRAPHIC METHODS OF HANOLING INPUT AND OUTPUT OATA • R. D. 0 NEAL
TRANSFER BETWEEN EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MEMORY • C. BRADFORO SHEPPARD
PUBLICATION. CLASSIFICATION. AND PATENTS. SAMUEL H. CALDWELL
NEW VISTAS IN MATHEMATICS. ALAN T. WATERMAN

AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING METHODS. T. F. BRADSHAW
pqlNCIPLES OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. ANTHONY DETTINGER
ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS OF THE INVESTIGATION PHASE. PETER B. LAUBACH
PROBLEMS OF DECENTRALIZATION. FRANK H. MUNS
PROBLEMS OF CENTRALIZATION. JAMES W. PONTIUS
AN EVALUATION OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT • SAMUEL N. ALEXANDER
THE ROLE OF SPECIAL PURPOSE EQUIPMENT. KENNETH E. IVERSON
SELECTI~G AN APPLICATION FOR MECHANIZATION. JOHN D. DILLON. JANUS O. DYAL. BYRON O. MARSHALL JR
CASE STUDY. ORDER PROCESSING AND PRODUCTION PLANNING. EDWARD L. WALLACE
AN APPLICATION TO PAYROLL. G. M. SHEEHAN
OPERATIONS RESEARCH. ITS RELATIONSHIP TO DATA PROCESSING. RUSSELL L. ACKOFF
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM OPERATIONS RESEARCH. M. L. HURNI
HARVARD UNIVERSITY CINTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE THEORY OF SWITCHING, ••• 1
CAMBRIDGE. MASS •• APRIL 2-5. 1957. CAMBRIDGE. HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1959.
TK78S5.15 1957
LC CARD NO. 58-59891
HARVARD ANNALS VOL. 29-30

3

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74
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125
137
147
189
204
244
293

ANALYTIC TREATMENT OF REAL FUNCTIONS GIVEN IN DISCRETE POINTS ONLY. BALTH. VAN DER POL
A SURVEY OF RESEARCH IN THE THEORY OF RELAY NETWORKS IN THE USSR. MICHAEL A. GAVRILOV
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGICAL METHODS IN SYNTHESIS. J. PAUL ROTH
THE OECOMPOSITION OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS. ROBERT L. ASHENHURST
LOGICAL AND OTHER KINOS OF INDEPENDENCE • GORAN KJELLBERG
SOME USES OF TRUTH TABLES • THEODORE SINGER
SETS. LOGICS. MACHINES • GEORGE KUREPA
THE LOGIC OF FIXED A'ID GROWING AUTOMATA. ARTHUR W. BURKS
AN ALGERRA FOR PERIODICALLY TIME-VARYING LINEAR BINARY SEQUENCE TRANSDUCERS. DAVID A. HUFFMA~
A THEORY OF ASYNCHRO~OUS CIRCUITS. DAVID E. MULLER. W. S. BARTKY
THE APPLICATION OF GRAPH THEORY TO THE SYNTHESIS OF CONTACT NETWORKS. ROOERICK GOULD
SOME APPLICATIONS OF CONTACT GRIDS. ANTONIN SVOBODA
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99
115
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HARVARD SYMPOSIUM ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, PROCEDINGS OF A
BROOKLINE, MASS., APRIL 3-6. 1961. CAMBRIDGE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS. 1962.
QA16.5.H38 1961
LC CARD NO. 62-19220
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WHAT WE SHOULD LEARN FROM COMPUTERS. PHILIPPE LE CORBEILLER
THE STUDY OF INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR • GEORGE A. MILLER
SYNTHETIC MATERIALS FOR HYDRODYNAMICAL COMPUTATIONS. GARRETT BIRKHOFF. ROBERT E. LYNCH
SOLVABLE SURANYI SUBCLASSES. AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HERBRAND THEORY • BURTON S. ORE BEN
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE INVESTIGATION OF MODELS IN EOUCATIONAL RESEARCH * JOHN B. CARROLL
QUEUEING THEORY ANO RESERVOIR DESIGN. PETER WATERMEYER, HAROLD A. THOMAS JR
USES OF THE COMPUTER IN PUBLIC HEALTH. BRIAN MACMAHON
HIGH-OROER DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATIONS TO POISSON'S EQUATION. ROBIN ESCH
COMPUTI~G PROBLEMS I~ X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY. WILLIAM N. LIPSCOMB
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN THE APPLICATION OF BASIC SCIENTIFIC REASONING TO MEOICINE •
ANTHONY F. BARTHOLOMAY
A GRADIENT METHOO FOR OPTIMIZING MULTISTAGE ALLOCATION PROCESSES. ARTHUR E. BRYSON
SIGN OETERMINATION IN A MODULAR NUMBER SYSTEM. WILLARD L. EASTMAN
NOTES ON AN AUTHORSHIP PROBLEM. FREOERICK MOSTELLER. DAVIO L. WALLACE
FINDING THE MAXIMUM OF A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION. ANDREW M. GLEASON
THE GEOMETRY OF SYMBOLS • ANTHONY G. OETTINGER
COMPUTATION AND PLASMA DYNAMICS. HOWARO W. EMMONS
THE POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF ELECTRONIC MACHINES TO THE FIELD OF STATISTICS. WILLIAM G. COCHRAN
PARACOMPUTERS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH. EDWIN B. NEWMAN
COMPUTERS IN ECONOMICS • JOHN R. MEYER
SOLUTION OF NONLINEAR KINETIC EQUATIONS. MAX KROOK
SOME COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. LEWIS B. WARD
THE IOE~TIFICATION OF OOCUMENT CONTENT, A PROBLEM IN AUTOMATIC INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. GERARD SALTON
THE INTERACTION SIMULATOR. ROBERT F. BALES. ARTHUR S. COUCH, PHILIP J. STONE
RELAY CIRCUIT DESIGN TECHNIQUES IN THE LOGICAL DESIGN UF CRYOTRON SWITCHING CIRCUITS. PETER CALINGAERT
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINES TO MOLECULAR-BEAM PROBLEMS. NORMAN F. RAMSEY
IBM JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. V. 1NEW YORK, JANUARY 1957TK7800.I14
LC CARD NO. 59-539

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SOME RELATIONS BETWEEN THE THEORY Of CONTACT NETWORKS AND CONVENTIONAL NETWORK THEORY * VITOLO BELEVITCH
MATRIX METHODS IN THE THEORY Of SWITCHING. WARREN SEMON
2N-TERMINAL CONTACT NETWORKS. fRANZ E. HOHN
MULTIPLE-OUTPUT RELAY SWITCHING CIRCUITS. PETER CALINGAERT
A MATHEMATICAL THEORY fOR THE SYNTHESIS Of CONTACT NETWORKS WITH ONE INPUT AND K OUTPUTS •
GELLIUS N. POVAROV
SWITCHING RESEARCH IN SPAIN • JOSE GARCIA SANTESMASES
PRINCIPLES Of TRANSfLUXOR AND CORE CIRCUITS • JAN A. RAJCHMAN
TRANSISTORS IN COMBINATIONAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS. SAMUEL H. CALDWELL
SIMULTANEOUS-ACCESS MATRIX STORAGE SYSTEMS. ROBERT C. MINNICK
ANALYSIS Of MAGNETIC-AMPLIfIER CIRCUITS. T. H. BONN
A NEW METHOD Of DESIGNING LOW-LEVEL. HIGH-SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR LOGIC CIRCUITS. WILLIAM B. CAGLE.
WAYNE H. CHEN
MAGNETIC-CORE LOGICAL CIRCUITS • WAY DONG WOO
HIGH-SPEED SWITCHING BY ROTATIONAL REMAGNETIlATION • HERBERT B. CALLEN
MAGNETIC SELECTORS. MAURICE KARNAUGH
THE USE Of MULTIPURP~SE LOGICAL DEVICES. BRADFORD DUNHAM. JAMES H. NORTH
CIRCUIT CONSIDERATIONS AND LOGICAL DESIGN WITH DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC. R. A. KUDLICH
THE STATE OF COMPUTER CIRCUITS CONTAINING MEMORY ELEMENTS. A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
SYMMETRIC POLYNOMIALS IN BOOLEAN ALGEBRAS. SUNDARAM SESHU, F. E. HOHN
SOME LOGICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONTROL OF SWITCHING NETWORKS. BERNARD D. HOLBROOK
REMARKS ON THE DESIGN OF SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS. MORRIS RUBINOFF
SOME ASPECTS OF SWITCHING ALGEBRA. RENE A. HIGONNET. RENE GREA
THE SHORTEST PATH THROUGH A MAZE. EDWARD F. MOORE
SWITCHING RESEARCH IN GERMANY. ALWIN WALTHER
A GRAPHICAL METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF MULTITERMINAL CONTACT NETWORKS * VADIM N. ROGINSKIJ
CHEMICAL SWITCHES • B. K. GREEN. E. BERMAN. B. KATCHEN. L. SCHLEICHER. J. J. STANSBREY
THE WOVEN CRYOTRON MEMORY • ALBERT E. SLADE
MICROWAVE LOGIC • W. D. LEWIS

DOMAIN ORIENTATION IN BARIUM TITANATE SINGLE CRYSTALS. D. P. CAMERON
DESIGN OF LOGIC FOR RECOGNITION OF PRINTED CHARACTERS BY SIMULATION. E. C. GREANIAS. C. J. HOPPEL,
M. KLOOMOK, J. S. OSBORNE
ON THE THEORY OF RELAXATION PROCESSES. A. G. REDFIELD
A THREE-DIMENSIONAL PRINTED BACK PANEL. E. R. WYMA
CLARIFICATION OF FIRST-ORDER SEMICONDUCTION EFFECTS THROUGH USE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIALS •
J. A. SWANSON
A SURVEY OF CONTACT ~ESISTANCE THEORY FOR NOMINALLY CLEAN SURFACES. W. B. ITTNER Ill. P. J. MAGILL
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ELECTROSTATIC CLUTCH. C. J. FITCH
AN ANALYSIS OF DIFFUSION IN SEMICONDUCTORS. S. lAROMB
ORGANIlATION OF THE IBM 305 * M. L. LESSER, J. W. HAANSTRA
THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY ACCOUNTING MACHINE I. SYSTEM
THE RANDOM-ACCESS ME~ORY ACCOUNTING MACHINE II, THE MAGNETIC-DISK, RANOOM-ACCESS MEMORY. T. NOYES.
W. E. DICKINSON
LOGICAL DESIGN OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR THE SAGE SYSTEM. M. M. ASTRAHAN, B. HOUSMAN, J. F. JACOBS.
R. P. MAYER, W. H. THOMAS
SIMPLE CONSTANT-TEMPERATURE OVEN AND CONTROL SYSTEM. G. R. GUNTHER-MOH~, S. TRIEBWASSER
A 32,OOO-WORO MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORY. E. D. FOSS. R. S. PARTRIDGE
COMPUTATION OF E TO THE N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS ANO MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER *
E. G. KOGBETLIANTZ
THE MULTIPURPOSE BIAS DEVICE. PART 1. THE COMMUTATOR TRANSISTOR. B. DUNHAM
ADDRESSING FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE. W. W. PETERSON
THE LORENZ NUMBER • P. J. PRICE
A POSITIVE-INTEGER ARITHMETIC FOR DATA PROCESSING. R. W. MURPHY
IRREDUNDANT DISJUNCTIVE AND CONJUNCTIVE FORMS OF A BOOLEAN FUNCTION * M. J. GHAlALA
A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR DETERMINING THE PROBABILITIES OF UNDETECTED ER~ORS IN MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEMS.
M. SCHATZOFF. W. B. HARDING
DEVELOPMENT OF THE PERMISSIVE-MAKE RELAY. B. J. GREEN~LOTT, J. E. WALLACE
TWO-COLLECTOR TRANSISTOR FOR BI~ARY FULL ADDITION. R. F. RUTZ
SPATIAL VARIATIO~ OF CURRENTS AND FIELDS DUE TO LOCALllEO SCATTERERS IN METALLIC CONOUCTION • R. LANDAUE~
MICROWAVE AMPLIFICATION BY MASER TECHNIQUES. W. V. SMITH
THE LINEAR HALL EFFECT. P. J. PRICE
LITERARY DATA PROCESSING. P. TASMAN
AN EXPERIMENTAL 50-MEGACYCLE ARITHMETIC UNIT. R. M. WALKER, D. E. ROSENHcIM, P. A. LEWIS, A. G. ANDERSuN
MICROSECTIONING, A METALLOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE FOR SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICfS • J. S. HANSON
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54
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IBMJ592 106
IBMJ592 114
IBMJ592 126
IBMJ592 132
IBMJ592
IBMJ592
IBMJ592
IBMJ592
IBMJ592
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140
lIt7
153
163
169
210
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IBMJ593 260
IBMJ593 275
IBMJ593
IBMJ593
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282
288
312
326

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IBMJ594
IBMJ594
IBMJ601
18MJ601
IBMJ601
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IBMJ602

345
355
364
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23
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36
43
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66
96
107

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IBMJ602
IBMJ602
IBMJ602
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116
130
143
152
158
163
173

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TRAPPED-FLUX SUPERCONOUCTING MEMORY. J. W. CROWE
AN ANALYSIS OF THE OPERATION OF A PERSISTENT-SUPERCURRENT MEMORY CELL. R. L. GARWIN
A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO MECHANIZEO ENCOOING AND SEARCHING OF LITERARY INFORMATION. H. P. LUHN
THE EFFECT OF AN ELECTRIC FIELD ON THE TRANSITIONS OF BARIUM TITANATE. M. E. DROUGARO, E. J. HUIBREGTSE
A MECHANICAL HEART-LUNG APPARATUS • R. TAYLOR
THE FORMALIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC LANGUAGES PART I, THE WORK OF WOODGER ANO HULL. B. DUNHAM
A RADIANT-ENERGY HEATER USING AN ELLIPSOIDAL REFLECTOR. E. H. NICOLLIAN, G. R. GUNTHER-MOHR,
L. R. WEISBERG
A BINARY-WEIGHTED CURRENT DECODER. E. J. SMURA
RADIO-INTERFERENCE CONTROL AS APPLIED TO BUSINESS MACHINES. J. M. SARLEY, R. J. HENOERY
A LEARNING MACHINE, PART I • R. M. FRIEDBERG
AN ERROR-SAMPLED SWEEP-POSITION CONTROL SYSTEM. C. H. KNAPP, E. SHAPIRO, R. A. THORPE
MAGNETIC-RECORDING-HEAD SELECTION SWITCH. L. D. SEADER
COMPUTATION OF ARCTA~ N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER.
E. G. KOGBETLIANTZ
EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURES ON TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS. A. B. CREDLE
A NEW APPROACH TO SMALL-COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND CONTROL • J. J. LENTZ
HIGH-RESOLUTION MAGNETIC RECORDING STRUCTURES. A. S. HOAGLAND
PROGRAMS AS A TOOL FOR RESEARCH IN SYSTEMS ORGANIZATION. J. JEENEL
ON THE SlATlSTlCAL MECHANICS OF IMPURITY CONDUCTION IN SEMICONDUCTORS. P. J. PRICE
PULSE TIME DISPLACEMENT IN HIGH-DENSITY MAGNETIC TAPE. R. A. SKOV
RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT BY THE USE OF MULTIPLE-ELEMENT SWITCHING CIRCUITS. W. E. DICKINSON, R. M. WALKER
RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH REDUNOANCY AT VARIOUS SYSTEM LEVELS. B. J. FLEHINGER
THE AUTOMATIC CREATION OF LITERATURE ABSTRACTS • H. P. LUHN
A DIRECT-READING PRINTED-CIRCUIT COMMUTATOR FOR ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL DATA CONVERSION. C. A. WALTON
PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN THE FERRITE REGION OF THE SYSTEM MANGANESE-IRON-OXYGEN • M. W. SHAFER
THE PHYSICAL INTERPRETATION OF MEAN FREE PATH AND THE INTEGRAL METHOD. P. J. PRICE
A LOAO-SHARING MATRIX SWITCH • G. CONSTANTINE JR
STUDY OF THE SECOND-ORDER FERROELECTRIC TRANSITION IN TRI-GLYCINE SULFATE. S. TRIEBWASSER
COMPUTATION OF ARCSIN N FOR N BETWEEN 0 ANO 1 USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER • E. G. KOGBETLIANTZ
A FULL BINARY ADOER EMPLOYING TWO NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE DIODES. J. W. HORTON, A. G. ANOERSON
CURVE FITTING FOR A MODEL OF APPLIED RESEARCH AND OEVELDPMENT SCHEOULING • P. V. NORDEN
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES IN A UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT. J. B. WIESNER
PROBLEMS IN SCIENTIFIC·COMMUNICATION • E. DE GROLIER
HOW MUCH SCIENCE CAN YOU HAVE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS. I. J. GOOD
CHANNELS WITH SIDE INFORMATION AT THE TRANSMITTER. C. E. SHANNON
ARTIFICIAL AUDITORY RECOGNITION IN TELEPHONY. E. E. DAVID JR
THE ROLE OF LARGE MEMORIES IN SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATIONS. M. M. ASTRAHAN
A BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM • H. P. LUHN
CHESS-PLAYING PROGRAMS AND THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEXITY. A. NEWELL, J. C. SHAW, H. A. SIMON
INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR IN PROBLEM-SOLVING MACHINES. H. L. GELERNTER, N. ROCHESTER
COMPUTATION IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE. P. ELIAS
MACHINE-MADE INDEX FOR TECHNICAL LITERATURE, AN EXPERIMENT. P. B. BAXENDALE
AUTOMATIC FAILURE RECOVERY IN A DIGITAL DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. R. H. DOYLE, R. A. MEYER, R. P. PEDOWITZ
DIFFUSION ATTENUATION, PART I • J. A. SWANSON
DIFFUSION ATTENUATION, PART 11 • J. A. SWANSON, K. Y. SIH
ON THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ERROR-CORRECTING CODES • H. S. SHAPIO, D. L. SLOTNICK
THE THERMAL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF A TRANSISTOR. P. R. STRICKLAND
THE MULTIPURPOSE BIAS DEVICE PART II, THE EFFICIENCY OF LOGICAL ELEMENTS. B. DUNHAM, D. MIDDLETON,
J. H. NORTH, J. A. SLITER, J. W. WELTZIEN
AN ANALYSIS OF ADEQUATE INVENTORY LEVELS. J. J. SOPKA
TWO-PARAMETER LIFETIME DISTRIBUTiONS FOR RELIABILITY STUDIES OF RENEWAL PROCESSES. B. J. FLEHINGER.
P. A. LEWIS
AN EXPERIMENTAL MODULATION-DEMODULATION SCHEME FOR HIGH-SPEED DATA TRANSMISSION. E. HOPNER
DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE ANGULAR DEPENDENCE OF THE IMAGINARY PART OF THE ATOMIC SCATTERING FACTOR OF
GERMANIUM • L. P. HUNTER
FINITE AUTOMATA AND THEIR DECISION PROBLEMS • M. O. RABIN, O. SCOTT
INTERATOMIC-FORCE CONSTANTS FROM A CENTRAL-FORCE LAW. H. COLE
ON THE TRANSITION FROM SUPERCONDUCTING TO NORMAL PHASE. ACCOUNTING FOR LATENT HEAT AND EDDY CURRENTS.
A. J. W. DUIJVESTIJN
GEOMETRIC EFFECTS IN THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION OF THIN FILMS. M. D. REEBER
COMPUTATION OF SIN N, COS N AND 14TH ROOT OF N USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER • E. G. KOGBETLIA~TZ
MICROWAVE RESONA~CE IN GADOLINIUM-IRON GARNET CRYSTALS. W. V. SMITH, J. OVERMEYER, B. A. CALHOUN
ON CODES FOR CHECKING LOGICAL OPERATIONS. W. W. PETERSON, M. O. RABIN
EXTENSION OF MOORE-SHANNON MODEL FOR RELAY CIRCUITS • M. KOCHEN
SOME STUDIES IN MACHINE LEARNING, USING THE GAME OF CHECKERS • A. L. SAMUEL
SOME PROPERTIES OF EXPERIMENTAL IOOD-MC TRANSISTORS • R. F. RUTZ, D. F. SINGER
A GAS FILM LUBRICATHIN STUDY PART I, SOME THEORETICAL ANALYSES OF SLIDER BEARINGS. W. A. GRJSS
A GAS FILM LUBRICATI~N STUDY PART II, NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE REYNOLDS EQUATION FOR FINITE SLIDER
BEARINGS. W. A. MICHAEL
A GAS FILM LUBRICATION STUDY PART III, EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS.
R. K. BRUNNER, J. M. HARKER, K. E. HAUGHTON, A. G. OSTERLUND
EXPERIMENTS ON THE RELATION DF THE OPERATOR TO THE CONrROL LOOP OF AN AIRBORNE DIGITAL COMPUTER.
C. A. BENNETT
A LEARNING MACHINE, PART II • R. M. FRIEDBERG, B. DUNHAM, J. H. NORTH
INDEXING AND CONTROL-WORD TECHNIQUES • G. A. BLAAUW
SOME NEW ASPECTS OF COLOR PERCEPTION. M. M. WOOLFSON
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGICAL METHODS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SWITCHING SYSTEMS PART III, MINIMIZATION OF NO~SINGULA~
BOOLEAN TREES • J. PAUL ROTH, E. G. WAGNER
THEORY OF A FAST-SWITCH ING ELEC TRON-BEAM FREQUENCY DIV IDER • N. M. KROLL, I. PALOCZ
ON THE REDUCTION OF CONTINUOUS PROBLEMS TO DISCRETE FORM. J. GREENSTADT
ESAKI TUNNELING. P. J. PRICE, J. M. RADCLIFFE
TOWARD MECHANICAL MATHEMATICS. HAO WANG
A THERMODYNAMIC TREATMENT OF DILUTE SUPERCONOUCTING ALLOYS • R. E. JONES JR
A PROOF METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION THEORY, ITS JUSTIFICATION AND REALIZATION. P. C. GILMORE
THE WAVE EQUATION IN A MEDIUM IN MOTION. W. L. MIRANKER
DESIGN METHODS FOR MAXIMUM MINIMUM-DISTANCE ERROR-CORRECTING CODES. J. E. MACDONALD
A NEW GROUP OF CODES FOR CORRECTION OF DEPENDENT ERRORS IN DATA TRANSMISSION. C. M. MELAS
INFORMATION THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF MULTIVARIATE CORRELATION. SATOSI WATANABE
DOMAIN WALLS IN THIN NI-FE FILMS. S. METHFESSEL, S. MIDDELHOEK, H. THOMAS
MEASUREMENT OF MAGNETIC-FIELD ATTENUATION BY THIN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS. E. ERLBACH, R. L. GARWIN,
M. P. SARACHIK
MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY IN SI~GLE-CRYSTAL THIN FILMS. E. L. BOYD
ANALYSIS OF THE RESIDUAL GASES IN SEVERAL TYPES OF HIGH-VACUUM EVAPORATORS. H. L. CASWELL
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF THI~-FILM SEMICONDUCTORS. F. S. HAM, D. C. MATTIS
ANISOTROPIC CONDUCTION IN SOLIDS NEAR SURFACES. P. J. PRICE
SIZE EFFECTS FOR CONDUCTION IN THIN BISMUTH CRYSTALS • A. N. FRIEDMAN, S. H. KOENIG
ANGLE-OF-INCIDENCE A~ISOTROPY IN EVAPORATED NICKEL-IRON FILMS. E. W. PUGH, E. L. BOYD, J. F. FREEDMAN
SUPERCO~DUCTING TIN FILMS OF LOW RESIDUAL RESISTIVITY. G. J. KAHAN, R. B. DELANO JR, A. E. BRENNEMA~N.
R. T. C. TSUI
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IBMJbII
IBMJ6II
IBMJ6II
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IBMJ612
IBMJ6I2
IBMJ6I2
IBMJ6I2
IBMJb12
IBMJ612
IBMJ612
IBMJ613
IBMJ613
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IBMJ613
IBMJ613
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269
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305
311
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391
402
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532
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49

ON THE INFLUENCE OF AGGREGATION ON THE MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION OF EVAPORATED SUPERCONDUCTING THIN FILMS
• M. E. BEHRNDT, R. H. BLUMBERG, G. R. GIEDD
NANOSECOND SWITCHING IN THIN MAGNETIC FILMS. W. DIETRICH, W. E. PROEBSTER, P. WOLF
INFORMATION-THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVE INFERENCE. SATOSl WATANABE
EPITAXIAL VAPOR GROWTH OF GE SINGLE CRYSTALS IN A CLOSED-CYCLE PROCESS. J. C. MARINACE
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF VAPOR-GROWN GE JUNCTIONS. M. J. O'ROURKE, J. C. MARINACE, R. L. ANDERSON,
W. H. WHITE
A VAPOR-GROWN VARIABLE CAPACITANCE DIODE. R. L. ANDERSDN, M. J. O'RDURKE
RAOIOTRACER STUOIES DF THE INCORPORATION OF IODINE INTO VAPOR-GROWN GE • W. E. BAKER, O. M. J. COMPTON
INCORPORATION OF AS INTO VAPOR-GROWN GE • W. E. BAKER, D. M. J. COMPTON
PHYSICAL VERSUS LOGICAL COUPLING IN MEMORY SYSTEMS. J. A. SWANSON
SYNTHESIS OF A COMMU~ICATION NET. R. T. CHIEN
SYNTHESIS OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS BY LINEAR GRAPH THEORY. W. MAYEDA
ERROR CORRECTING COOES FOR CORRECTING BURSTS OF ERRORS. J. E. MEGGITT
A CHARACTER-RECOGNITION STUOY • W. E. OICKINSON
ON DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS. R. E. THUN
FOURIER ANALYSIS OF THE MOTION OF A HYDRAULICALLY CONTROLLED PISTON. H. J. GREENBERG
SHOCK WAVES IN NONLI~EAR TRANSMISSION LINES ANO EFFECT ON PARAMETRIC AMPLIFICATION. R. LANOAUER
O~ THE SWITCHING TIME OF SUBHARMONIC OSCILLATORS. A. H. NETHERCOT JR
A DUALITY THEOREM FOR CONVEX PROGRAMS. W. S. DORN
TRACES, TERM RANKS, WIDTHS ANO HEIGHTS. D. R. FULKERSON, H. J. RYSER
AUTOMORPHISMS OF STEINER TRIPLE SYSTEMS. MARSHALL HALL JR
THE ENUMERATION OF TREES BY HEIGHT AND DIAMETER. J. RIOROAN
MAXIMAL PATHS ON RECTANGULAR BOARDS. R. E. MILLER, J. L. SELFRIDGE
ON THE EXCEPTIONAL CASE IN A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARCS OF A COMPLETE GRAPH. A. J. HOFFMA~
ON MOORE GRAPHS WITH DIAMETERS 2 AND 3 • A. J. HOFFMAN, R. R. SINGLETON
INDUCTIVE PROOF OF THE SIMPLEX METHDD • G. B. DANTZIG
SOLVING A MATRIX GAME BY LINEAR PROGRAMMING. A. W. TUCKER
SOME COMBINATORIAL LEMMAS IN TOPOLOGY. H. W. KUHN
MINIMAL COMPLETE RELAY DECODING NETWORKS. EDWARD F. MOORE
A BOUND FOR ERROR-CORRECTING COOES • J. H. GRIESMER
MINIMIZATION OVER BOOLEAN TREES • J. PAUL ROTH
PERIODIC SOLUTIONS OF THE WAVE EQUATION WITH A NONLINEAR INTERFACE CONOITION • W. L. MIRANKER
THEORETICAL CURRENT MULTIPLICATION OF A CYLINDRICAL HOOK COLLECTOR. D. P. KENNEDY
METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF CIRCUIT TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE. L. HELLERMAN, E. J. SKIKO
ANALYSIS OF A CONSTANT-INPUT-FLOW HYORAULIC SYSTEM. S. C. TITCOMB
TABLE LOOK-UP PROCEDURES IN LANGUAGE PROCESSING PART 1, THE RAW TEXT. G. W. KING
PHASE REVERSAL DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEM FOR SWITCHED ANOPRIVATE TELEPHONE LINE APPLICATIONS. E. HOPNER
A MAGNETIC ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY. J. R. KISEDA, H. E. PETERSEN, W. C. SEELBACH, M. TEIG
ACOUSTIC-MODE SCATTERING OF HOLES. M. TIERSTEN
ANALYSIS OF A BASIC QUEUING PROBLEM ARISING IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS. P. E. BOUOREAU, M. KAC
A DIRECT OIGITAL METHOD OF POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION. P. D. WELCH
THE DYNAMICS OF A SUBHARMONIC OSCILLATOR WITH LINEAR DISSIPATION. G. J. LASHER
A D.7-MICROSECONO FERRITE CORE MEMORY. W. H. RHODES, L. A. RUSSELL, F. E. SAKALAY, R. M. WHALEN
IRREVERSIBILITY AND HEAT GENERATION IN THE COMPUTING PROCESS. R. LANDAUER
A TABLE LOOK-UP MACHINE FOR PROCESSING OF NATURAL LANGUAGES. J. L. CRAFT, E. H. GOLDMAN, W. B. STROHM
AN APPROXIMATE METHOO FOR TREATING A CLASS OF MULTIQUEUE PROBLEMS. M. A. LEIBOWITZ
NOTES ON CUMULATIVE PHOTOVOLTAGES • JOHN A. SWANSON
THE USE OF RADIOISOTOPES TO DETERMINE THE CHEMISTRY OF SOLDER FLUX. G. J. SPROKEL
BISTABLE SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS TO TUNNEL OIODE CIRCUITS. J. K. MOSER
MINIMUM POLARIZEO DISTANCE COOES • M. P. MARCUS
THE ELECTRONIC CONTRIBUTION TO THE ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF GERMANIUM. R. W. KEYES
DISLOCATIONS ANO PLASTIC FLOW IN GERMANIUM. O. DEW-HUGHES
A HIGH TRACK-DENSITY SERVO-ACCESS SYSTEM FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING OISK STORAGE. A. S. HOAGLAND
LOGNORMAL DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION FOR DESCRIBI~G ANELASTIC AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES I, THEORY AND
NUMERICAL COMPUTATIONS. A. S. NOWICK, B. S. BERRY
LOGNORMAL OISTRIBUTION FUNCTION FOR DESCRIBING ANELASTIC AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES II, OATA ANALYSIS
AND APPLICATIONS. A. S. NOWICK, B. S. BERRY
A STUDY OF THE PLAYBACK PROCESS OF A MAGNETIC RING HEAD. G. J. Y. FAN
REVIEW OF THE PRESENT STATUS OF THE THEORY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. J. BARDEEN
ON THE INFLUENCE OF FREE PATH ON THE MEISSNER EFFECT. K. U. VON HAGENOW, H. KOPPE
SOLUTIONS OF THE BCS INTEGRAL EQUATION AND DEVIATIONS FROM THE LAW OF CORRESPONDING STATES •
J. C. SWIHART
NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION IN SUPERCONDUCTING CADMIUM. Y. MASUOA
EXPERIMENTAL WORK ON SUPERCONDUCTIVITY • K. MENDELSSOHM
THE KAPITlA RESISTANCE OF METALS IN THE NORMAL AND SUPERCONOUCTING STATES. W. A. LITTLE
SUPERCO~DUCTIVITY AND ELECTRON TUNNELING. S. SHAPIRO, P. H. SMITH, J. NICOL, J. L. MILES, P. F. STRONG
MAGNETIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING ENERGY GAP IN GINZBURG-LANDAU THEORY WITH APPLICATION TO
AL • D. H. OOUGLASS JR
DEPENDENCE OF THE ENERGY GAP IN SUPERCONOUCTORS ON POSITION AND MAGNETIC FIELD. M. TINKHAM
FAR-INFRARED ABSORPTION IN A LEAD-THALLIUM SUPER-CONOUCTING ALLOY. O. M. GINSBERG, J. D. LESLIE
ULTRASONIC ATTENUATION IN SUPERCONOUCTORS • R. W. MORSE
THE MAGNETIC BEHAVIOR OF SUPERCONOUCTORS OF NEGATIVE SURFACE ENERGY. B. B. GOODMAN
EFFECTS OF ELECTRON CONCENTRATION AND MEAN FREE PATH ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING BEHAVIOR OF ALLOYS.
B. R. COLES
SURFACE ENERGY EFFECTS AT THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN A SUPERCONDUCTOR AND A NORMAL CONDUCTOR. H. MEISSNER
SOME ELEMENTARY THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SUPERIMPOSED METALLIC FILMS.
L. N. COOPER
THERMOOYNAMIC CONSISTENCY OF MAGNETIC AND CALORIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS ON SUPERCONDUCTORS • D. E. MAPOTHER
THE TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE OEPENOENCE OF CRITICAL FIELD CURVES. C. A. SWENSON
MECHANICAL EFFECTS AT THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION. K. ANDRES, J. L. OLSEN, H. ROHRER
VARIATION OF THE ELASTIC MODULI AT THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITION. G. A. ALERS, D. L. WALOORF
FIRST- ANO SECONO-OROER STRESS EFFECTS ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING TRANSITIONS OF TANTALUM AND TI~ •
D. P. SERAPHIM, P. M. MARCUS
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE INOIUM-MERCURY SUPERCONOUCTING ALLOYS. G. K. CHANG, R. E. JONES,
A. M. TOXEN
THE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SOME INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS • R. D. BLAUGHER, A. TAYLOR, J. K. HULM
HIGH-FIELO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN SOME BCC 1I-MO ANO NB-lR ALLOYS. R. R. HAKE, T. G. BERLINCOURT,
D. H. LESLIE
ANOMALOUS RESISTIVE TRANSITIONS AND NEW PHENOMENA IN HARD SUPERCONDUCTORS. M. A. R. LE BLANC
ASSOCIATIVE MEMORY WITH ORO~REO RETRIEVAL. R. R. SEEBER, A. B. LINOQUIST
SOME NEW HIGH-SPEED TUNNEL-DIODE LOGIC CIRCUITS. M. S. AXELROD, A. S. FARBER, D. E. ROSENHEIM
CHARACTERIZATION OF TUNNEL DIODE PERFORMANCE IN TERMS OF DEVICE FIGURE OF MERIT AND CIRCUIT TIME CONSTANT
• L. ESAKI
SYSTEMATICS OF THE EVOKED SOMATOSENSORY CORTICAL POTENTIAL. W. R. UTTAL, L. COOK
CHARGE TRANSPORT MECHANISMS IN THE TRANSFER OF LATENT ELECTROSTATIC IMAGES TO OIELECTRIC SURFACES.
R. M. SCHAFFERT
THE USE OF TRIPLE-MODULAR REDUNDANCY TO IMPROVE COMPUTER RELIABILITY. R. E. LYONS, W. VANDERKULK
PSEUDO DIVISION AND PSElIDO MULTIPLICATION PROCESSES. J. E. MEGGITT
MINIMIZATION OVER BOOLEAN GRAPHS. J. P. ROTH, R. M. KARP
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49

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GENERALIZATIONS OF HORNER'S RULE FOR POLYNOMIAL EVALUATION. W. S. OORN
APPROXIMATE METHOOS FOR A MULTIQUEUEING PROBLEM. G. SCHAY JR
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND FERROMAGNETISM. B. T. MATTHIAS
ISOTOPE EFFECTS IN LOW TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTORS. T. H. GEBALLE, B. T. MATTHIAS
RECTIFICATION OF SATELLITE PHOTOGRAPHY BY DIGITAL TECHNIQUES. R. E. MACH, T. L. GARDNER
MULTIPLE INPUT-OUTPUT LINKS IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS. B. B. TASINI, S. WINOGRAD
DIFFUSION OF GAS FROM A LIQUID INTO AN EXPANDING BUBBLE. E. J. BARLOW, W. E. LANGLOIS
SPIN ABSORPTION SPECTRA. L. S. BROWN
AN EXPERIMENT ON THE EFFECT OF PARTICLE ORIENTATION ON PEAK SHIFT IN MAGNETIC TAPES. G. BATE,
H. S. TEMPLETON, J. W. WENNER
A 'LOGICAL PATTERN' RECOGNITION PROGRAM. R. E. BONNER
STATIC REVERSAL PROCESSES IN THIN NI-FE FILMS. S. MIDDELHOEK
A DISCRETE QUEUEING PROBLEM kiTH VARIABLE SERVICE TIMES. P. E. BOUDREAU, J. S. GRIFFIN JR, ~. KAC
ANALYSIS OF STATIC A~D QUASIDYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF MAGNETOSTATICALLY COUPLED THIN MAGNETIC FILMS. H. CHANG
COOING FOR LOGICAL OPERATIONS. S. WINOGRAD
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ELECTRON-BEAM DRIVEN SEMICONDUCTOR OEVICES FOR USE IN A DIGITAL MEMORY.
J. W. HORTON
RESIOUAL STRESS IN SINGLE-CRYSTAL NICKEL FILMS. J. F. FREEDMAN
A POLARIMETRIC METHOD OF MEASURING MAGNETO-OPTIC COEFFICIENTS. H. B. BEBB
COMPUTER-AUTOMATED DESIGN OF MULTIFONT PRINT RECOGNITION LOGIC. L. A. KAMENTSKY, C. N. LIU
THE RECOGNITION OF HANDWRITTEN NUMERALS BY CONTOUR ANALYSIS. E. C. GREANIAS, P. F. MEAGHER,
R. J. NORMAN, P. ESSINGER
INCREASED OIGITAL MAGNETIC RECORDING REAOBACK RESOLUTION BY MEANS OF A LINEAR PASSIVE NETWORK.
H. M. SIERRA
ANOMALOUS PHOTOELECTRIC EMISSION FROM NICKEL. I. AMES, R. L. CHRISTENSEN
SYNTHESIS OF TRANSFER ADMITTANCE FUNCTIONS USING ACTIVE COMPONENTS. F. J. HUDSON
INVESTIGATIONS OF THE ELECTRO-OPTICAL BIREFRINGENCE OF POLYDISPERSE BENTONITE SUSPENSIONS. M. J. SHAH,
C. M. HART
THRESHOLD RELATIONS AND DIFFRACTION LOSS FOR INJECTION LASERS. G. J. LASHER
SOME NEW CLASSES OF CYCLIC CODES USED FOR BURST-ERROR CORRECTION. E. GOROG
THE LIGHTLY LOADED FOIL BEARING AT ZERO ANGLE OF WRAP. W. E. LANGLOIS
PROPAGATION OF TORSIONAL DISTUR~ANCES IN A HOMOGENEOUS ELASTIC SPHERE. YASUO SATO
A METHOD FOR KEY-TD-ADDRESS TRANSFORMATION. G. SCHAY, N. RAVER
AN APPLICATION OF CODING THEORY TO A FILE ADDRESS PROBLEM. M. HANAN, F. P. PALERMO
MAGNETIZATION OF UNIAXIAL CYLINDRICAL THIN FILMS. H. J. KUMP, T. G. GREENE
A LIQUID SCINTILLATION COUNTER USING ANTICOINCIDENCE SHIELDING. G. J. ~PROKEL
FLY'S-EYE LENS TECHNIQUE FOR GENERATING SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE FABRICATION MASKS' W. E. RUDGE,
W. E. HARDING, W. E. MUTTER
A NOTE ON EXTENDING CERTAIN CODES TO CORRECT ERROR BURSTS IN LONGER MESSAGES. C. M. MELAS, E. GOROG
NOMINAL CLEARANCE OF THE FOIL BEARING. H. K. BAUMEISTER
LINE WIDTHS AND P~ESSURE SHIFTS IN MODE STRUCTURE OF STIMULATED EMISSION FROM GAAS JUNCTIONS.
M. J. STEVENSON, J. D. AXE. J. R. LANKARD
A CIRCUIT PACKAGING MODEL FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY' F. K. BUELOW, F. B. HARTMAN,
E. L. WILLETTE, J. J. ZASIO
DESIGN OF ACP RESISTOR-COUPLED SWITCHING CIRCUITS. D. H. CHUNG, J. A. PALMIERI
AN IMPROVED TUNNEL DIODE MEMORY SYSTEM • D. J. CRAWFORD, W. D. PRICER, J. J. ZASIO
TRANSIE~T ANALYSIS AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACP CIRCUITS. K. G. ASHAR, H. N. GHOSH,
A. W. ALDRIDGE, L. J. PATTERSON
A NEW MODEL FOR ERROR CLUSTERING IN TELEPHONE CIRCUITS. J. M. BERGER, B. MANDELBRDT
DIGIT-BY-DIGIT METHODS FOR POLYNOMIALS. J. E. MEGGITT
AUTOMATIC DETERMINATION OF AMINO ACID SEQUENCES. S. A. BERNHARO, D. F. BRADLEY, W. L. DUDA
DIRECTIONAL COUPLING AND ITS USE FOR MEMORY NOISE REDUCTION. G. F. BLAND
NONLINEAR WAVE PROPAGATION IN A TRANSMISSION LINE LOADED WITH THIN PERMALLOY FILMS. M. C. GUTZWILLER,
W. L. MIRANKER
A THEORETICAL MODEL FOR SEPARATION IN THE FLUID JET AMPLIFIER. Y. O. TU, H. COHEN
PRENUCLfATION OF LEAD FILMS WITH COPPER, GOLD, AND SILVER. R. H. JEPPESEN. H. L. CASWELL
ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF PLANE PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS.
W. STUIVER, R. S. MCDUFFIE
AUTOMATIC CORRECTION OF MULTIPLE ERRORS ORIGINATING IN A COMPUTER MEMORY. P. R. DAHER
A DATA OISPLAY SUBSYSTEM. J. E. DAMMANN, E. J. SKIKO, E. V. WEBER
NONLINEAR ABSORBERS OF LIGHT. R. W. KEYES
TAGGING TECHNIQUES FOR INCORPORATING MICRDGLDSSARIES IN AN AUTOMATIC DICTIONARY. G. D. TARNAWSKY
AUTOMATIC STEP-SIZE CONTROL FOR RUNGE-KUTTA INTEGRATION. R. M. WARTEN
HIGH-SPEED PHOTOGRAPHS OF LASER-INDUCED HEATING. T. J. HARRIS
DIFFRACTION BY A FINITE SINUSOIDAL PHASE GRATING. E. S. BARREKETTE. H. FREITAG
ON A QUEUEING PROBLEM ARISING IN RECIRCULATING MEMORIES. G. SCHAY JR

A PROGRAM FOR OPTIMAL CONTROL OF NONLINEAR PROCESSES • R. A. MUGELE
A GENERAL PURPOSE SYSTEMS SIMULATOR • G. GORDON
SIMULATION IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING. E. C. SMITH JR
TABLES, FLOW CHARTS AND PROGRAM LOGIC • M. MONTALBANO
A MULTIPROCESSING APPROACH TO A LARGE COMPUTER SYSTEM. F. R. BALDWIN, W. B. GIBSON, C. B. POLAND
THE TRIM PROBLEM. R. E. GOMORY
ON MODIFYING THE 1620 ADO tABLE. G. GERSON
ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS • o. F. BOYD, H. S. KRASNOW
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SEQUENTIAL DATA PROCESSING DESIGN. V. P. TURNBURKE JR
OPTIMUM RESPONSE ANALYSIS. C. F. KDSSACK
PROGRAMMING CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE 775D • N. STERNAD
RECOVERY FOR COMPUTER SWITCHoVER IN A REAL-TIME SYSTEM. H. NAGLER
FILE ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESSING. WERNER BUCHHOLZ
NOTE ON RANDOM ADDRESSING TECHNIQUES. W. P. HEISING
PROGRAMMING NOTATION IN SYSTEMS DESIGN • K. E. IVERSON
ON THE LOCATION OF SUPPLY POINTS TO MINIMIZE TRANSPORTATION COSTS. F. E. MARANZANA
STATISTICAL CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUES. C. F. KOSSACK
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART I, SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS AND THE MONITOR.
A. S. NOBLE JR
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART II, THE ASSEMBLY PROGRAM AND ITS LANGUAGE.
R. B. TALMADGE
AN INTRINSICALLY ADDRESSED PRUCESSING SYSTEM. J. E. GRIFFITH
PROJECT EVALUATION A~D SELECTION. B. DIMSDALE, H. P. FLATT
A-DIRECTLY COUPLED MULTIPROCESSING SYSTEM' E. C. SMITH JR
DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION FUR A REAL-TIME SYSTEM' B. I. WITT
A COMPUTER-OPERATED LABORATORY DATA-TAKING SYSTEM. H. COLE, Y. OKAYA, F. W. CHAMBERS
A PATTERN IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM USING LINEAR DECISION FUNCTIONS. J. S. GRIFFIN JR, J. H. KING JR,
C. J. TUNIS
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DESCRIPTION OF A COMPUTATION CARRIED OUT FOR FAO (FRENCH) • L. GOREUX
DEVELOPMENTS AND PLANS FOR THE TABULATIONS OF THE 1960 WORLD CENSUS OF POPULATION AND AGRICULTURE.
C. K. DILWALI
THE MULTILINGUAL TERMINOLOGY PROJECT • J. E. HOLMSTROM
ELECTRONIC COMPUTING IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA. JIRI BENES
SOVIET COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, 1959 • S. N. ALEXANDER, P. ARMER, M. M. ASTRAHAN, L. BERS, H. H. GOODE,
H. O. HUSKEY, M. RUBINOFF, W. H. WARE
GENERAL PROBLEMS CONFRONTING COMPUTING CENTERS • R. COURANT
EUROPEAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY. ISAAC L. AUERBACH
THE PERIODICAL LITERATURE Of COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY. J. E. HOLMSTROM
THE STATE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN EUROPE (FRENCH) • NELSON M. BLACHMAN
A PROGRESS REPORT ON MACHINE TRANSLATION • ANDREW D. BOOTH
ORIGIN AND SCOPE OF THE LIBYAN PILOT PROJECT. C. K. DILWALI
REPORT ON A RESEARCH PROGRAMME ON LEARNING MACHINES. S. W. WAGNER, W. GORKE
SYMPOSIUM ON SYMBOLIC LANGUAGES IN DATA PROCESSING. F. L. BAUER
LIBYAN PILOT PROJECT
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS (FRENCH) • L. COLLATZ
AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION AND COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION. J. E. COULSON
THE NEW IBM DISK STORAGE UNIT • G. MICHLIN
ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS MANUFACTURED IN JAPAN
FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE ICC
ICC'S FIRST COMPUTER
PHILOSOPHIES FOR EfFICIENT PROCESSOR CONSTRUCTION
ETHICS OF COMPUTATION • C. PICARD
NOTES ON DATA PROCESSING IN THE CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS OF NORWAY. S. NOROBOTTEN
ACTIVITIES OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE
RESULTS OF A DEBATE ON ETHICS OF COMPUTATION
SOPHISTICATION IN COMPUTERS, A DISAGREEMENT (FRENCH) • J. L. KELLY JR, O. G. SELFRIOGE
THE INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTER RESEARCH Of THE UNIVERSITY Of CHICAGO. N. METROPOLIS, R. L. ASHENHURST
THE NETHERLANDS AUTOMATIC INFORMATION PROCESSING CENTRE
A SURVEY Of COMPUTER METHODS FOR SOLVING ELLIPTIC AND PARABOLIC PARTIAL DifFERENTIAL EQUATIO~S •
DAVID M. YOUNG, THURMAN G. FRANK
REVIEW OF U.S. MAGNETIC TAPE UNITS. PAUL WINSOR III
SOME PROBLEMS OF BASIC ORGANIZATION IN PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAMS • ALLEN NEWELL
LEGENORE FUNCTIONS OF FRACTIONAL ORDER. JEAN M. RICHAROS, N. MULLINEUX
PRELIMINARY REMARKS OF POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATIONS FOR COMPUTERS • W. H. K. LEE
SCHOOLS ANO ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING, AN EXPERIMENT. H. E. TILLITT
THE MOBIL COMPUTER LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY. B. A. M. MOON
A SURVEY OF HIGH-SPEED PRINTERS IN THE UNITEO STATES. N. STATLANO
A COMPOSITION METHOO FOR NORMAL MARKOV ALGORITHMS. S. CAPORASO
THE PROBLEMS OF EOUCATION FOR ADP • B. LANGEFORS
SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES OF THE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS A LA MANIAC
A SYMBOLIC DESCRIPTION OF THE ELEA 6001 COMPUTER. S. CAPORASO
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION PROCESSING, PROCEEDINGS
PARIS, JUNE 15-20, 1959. UNESCO, 1959.
QA76.157
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GENERATION OF INPUT DATA FOR SIMULATIONS. S. YAGIL
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART III, THE EXPANDED FUNCTION Of THE LOADER.
R. HEDBERG
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART IV, THE SYSTEM'S FORTRAN COMPILER •
R. LARNER
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART V, THE SYSTEM'S COBOL COMPILER.
R. T. DORRANCE

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THE CASE FOR REVERSION TO THE CANONICAL fORM IN THE SOLUTION OF INITIAL CONDITION DIfFERENTIAL PROBLEMS
(FRENCH) • F. CESCHINO, J. KUNTZMANN
THEORETICAL ANO EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERROR IN THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION Of INITIAL
VALUE PR08LEMS FOR SYSTEMS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. P. HENRICI
ROUNDING ERRORS IN ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES. J. H. WILKINSON
ON THE ASSESSMENT Of ROUNDING ERRORS (FRENCH) • CH. BLANC
RATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS FOR TRANSCENDENTAL FUNCTIONS. H. J. MAEHLY
THE EXACT OETERMINATION OF THE CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL OF A MATRIX. D. B. GILLIES
THE USE OF HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR SOLVING PARTIAL DIfFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. A. A. OJROONITZIN
METHODS FOR THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS. L. COLLATZ
SOLUTIO~ OF ELLIPTIC DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS 8Y STATIONARY ITERATIVE PROCESSES. D. J. EVANS
OVER-RELAXATION APPLIED TO IMPLICIT ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHODS. R. S. VARGA
SOLUTION ON A HIGH SPEED COMPUTER OF A PROBLEM IN DIOPHANTINE ALGEBRA (FRENCH) • G. LETELLIER, R. LATTES
LOGARITHMIC PROGRAMS, THEIR APPLICATION TO THE CALCULATION OF CONVEX AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, LINEAR
PROGRAMS (FRENCH) • G. R. PARISOT
SYMPOSIUM ON LINEAR PROGRAMMING
SYMPOSIUM ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS USING AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS (FRENCH)
SYMPOSIUM ON METHODS FOR SOLVING LINEAR SYSTEMS
THE PROBLEM OF A COMMON LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY FOR SCIENTifiC NUMERAL WORK. F. L. BAUER, K. SAMELSON
THE SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS OF THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL ALGE8RAIC LANGUAGE OF THE ZURICH ACM-~AMM
CONFERENCE. J. W. BACKUS
SUGGESTIONS FOR A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE (FRENCH) • J. POYlN, B. VAUQUOIS
LOGICAL, RECURSIVE AND OPERATOR METHODS fOR THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF AUTOMATA * I. Y. AKUSHSKY,
YU. Y. 8ASILEVSKY, YU. A. SHREIDER
PSEUDO-CODE TRANSLATION ON MULTI-LEVEL STORAGE MACHINES. F. G. DUNCAN, E. N. HAWKINS
SYMPOSIUM ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING
RESEARCH ON AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION AT THE HARVARD COMPUTATION LABORATORY. V. E. GIULIANO, A. G. OETTINGER
THE COMIT SYSTEM FOR MECHANICAL TRANSLATION. V. H. YNGVE
THE USE DF MACHINES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A GRAMMAR AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS.
K. E. HARPER, D. G. HAYS
ENGLISH-JAPANESE MAC~INE TRA~SLATION • S. TAKAHASHI, H. WAOA, R. TADENUMA, S. WATANABE
MACHINE TRANSLATION METHODS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO AN ANGLO-RUSSIAN SCHEME * I. K. 8ELSKAYA
SYMPOSIUM ON MACHINE TRANSLATION
AN ELECTRONIC REAOIN~ MACHINE. H. WAOA, S. TAKAHASHI, T. IIJIMA, Y. OKUMURA, K. IMOTO
A QUASI-TOPOLOGICAL METHOD FOR THE RECOGNITION OF LINE PATTERNS. H. SHERMAN
AN ANALOGOUS METHOD FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION BY FOLLOWING THE BOUNDARY. W. SPRICK, K. GANlHORN
THE POTENTIAL FIELO AS AN AID TO CHARACTER RECOGNITION. H. KAZMIERClAK
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION
WASHINGTON, D.C., NOVEMBER 16-21, 1958.
WASHINGTON, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, 1959.
QI01.164 1958
LC CARD NO. 59-60045

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ON THE RECOGNITION OF SPEECH BY MACHINE. G. W. HUGHES, M. HALLE
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CALCULUS • P. C. GILMORE
REALIZATION OF A GEOMETRY THEOREM PROVING MACHINE. H. GELERNTER
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PLASTIC NEURONS AS MEMORY ELEMENTS • D. G. WILLIS
ANALYSIS OF THE WORKING PRINCIPLES OF SOME SELF-ADJUSTING SYSTEMS IN ENGINEERING AND BIOLOGY.
S. N. BRAINES, A. V. NAPALKOV, YU. A. SHREIOER
EXPERIMENTS IN MACHINE LEARNING AND THINKING. T. KILBURN, R. L. GRIMSDALE, F. H. SUMNER
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SOME MATHEMATICAL FUNDAMENTALS OF THE USE OF SYM8DLS IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL • C. N. MOOERS
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A. F. PARKER-RHOOES, R. M. NEEOHAM
TIME SHARING IN LARGE, FAST COMPUTERS. C. STRACHEY
INPUT AND OUTPUT IN THE X-I SYSTEM • B. J. LOOPSTRA
SYMPATHETICALLY PROGRAMMED COMPUTERS. W. f.. SCHMITT, A. B. TONIK
CONSIDERATIONS OF CERTAIN LOGICAL DESIGN ASPECTS OF THE GAMMA 60 (FRENCH) • J. BOSSET
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.ZEBRA, A SIMPLE BINARY COMPUTER. W. L. VAN OER POEL
THE SPECIFICATION OF A COST-LIMITED DIGITAL COMPUTER • M. LEHMAN
PROCESSING OATA IN BITS ANO PIECES. F. P. BROOKS JR, G. A. BLAAUW, W. BUCHHOLZ
METHODS OF SPEEDING-UP THE OPERATION OF OIGITAL COMPUTERS. I. Y. AKUSHSKY. L. B. EMELIANOW-YAROSLAVSKY.
E. A. KLYAMKO, V. S. LINSKY, G. D. MONAKHOV
ELIMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS • G. METZE, J. E. ROBERTSON
APPLICATION OF ERROR-CORRECTING CODES TO MULTI-WAY SWITCHING. H. TAKAHASI, E. GOTO
THE PRINCIPLE OF MAJORITY OECISION LOGICAL ELEMENTS AND THE COMPLEXITY OF THEIR CIRCUITS. S. MUROGA
A THREE-VALUED SYSTEM OF LOGIC ANO ITS APPLICATION TO BASE THREE DIGITAL CIRCUITS. R. VACCA
THE USE OF CYCLIC-PERMUTED CHAIN CODES FOR DIGITISERS • G. C. TOOTILL
THE NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF RESIDUAL CLASSES IN MATHEMATICAL MACHINES. A. SVOBODA
SYMPOSIUM ON SWITCHING ALGEBRA
SYMPOSIUM ON THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF VERY SMALL COMPUTERS
SYMPOSIUM ON THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF VERY HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS
THIN ~AGNETIC FILMS. S. METHFESSEL, W. E. PROEBSTER, C. KINBERG
A COMPUTER MEMORY USING MAGNETIC FILM. J. RAFFEL, D. O. SMITH
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MICROWAVE SOLID-STATE TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS. J. W. LEAS
AN APPROACH TO MICROMINIATURE PRINTED SYSTEMS • D. A. BUCK, K. R. SHOULDERS
SYMPOSIUM ON THE INFLUENCE OF VERY LARGE MEMORY DESIGNS AND CAPABILITIES ON INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SYMPOSIUM ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMPUTATION (FRENCH)
SYMPOSIUM ON ERROR DETECTION AND CORRECTION
SYMPOSIUM ON THE COLLECTION, STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION

STUDY ON THE USE OF SCIE~TIFIC LITERATURE AND REFERENCE SERVICES BY SCANDINAVIAN SCIENTISTS A~D E~GINElRS
ENGAGED IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT • ELIN TORNUDD
THE TRANSMISSION OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION, A USER'S ANALYSIS. J. O. BERNAL
AN OPERATIONS RESEARCH STUDY OF THE DISSEMINATION OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION. MICHAEL H. HALBERT,
RUSSELL L. ACKOFF
INFORMATION AND LITERATURE USE IN A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION. I. H. HOGG, J. ROLAND SMITH
METHODS BY WHICH RESEARCH WORKERS FINO INFORMATION. R. M. FISHENDEN
DETERMINING REQUIREMENTS FOR ATOMIC ENERGY INFORMATION FROM REFERENCE QUESTIONS. SAUL HERNER,
MARY HERNER
SYSTEMATICALLY ASCERTAINING .REQUIREMENTS OF SCIENTISTS FOR INFORMATION. JIRI SPIRIT, LADISLAV KOFNOVEC
HOW SCIENTISTS ACTUALLY LEARN OF WORK IMPORTANT TO THEM. BENTLEY GLASS, SHARON H. NORWOOD
PLANNED AND UNPLANNED SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION • HERBERT MENZEL
THE USE OF TECHNICAL LITERATURE BY INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGISTS. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT
REQUIREMENTS OF FOREST SCIENTISTS FOR LITERATURE AND REFERENCE SERVICES • STEPHEN H. SPURR
THE INFORMATION-GATHERING HABITS OF AMERICAN MEDICAL SCIENTISTS. SAUL HERNER
USE OF SCIENTIFIC PERIODICALS • D. J. URQUHART
AN EVALUATION OF ABSTRACTING JOURNALS AND INDEXES. MAURICE H. SMITH
·ANALYTICAL STUDY OF A METHOD FOR LITERATURE SEARCH IN ABSTRACTING JOURNALS. PAUL S. LYKOUDIS,
P. E. LILEY. Y. S. TOULOUKIAN
THE RELATION BETWEEN COMPLETENESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A SUBJECT CATALOGUE • C. S. SABEL
COST ANALYSIS OF BI8LIOGRAPHIES DR BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES. MALCOLM RIGBY, MARIAN K. RIGBY
THE EFFICIENCY OF METALLURGICAL ABSTRACTS. NERIO GAUDENZI
SUBJECT SLANTING IN SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACTING PUBLICATIONS. SAUL HERNER
THE IMPORTANCE OF PERIPHERAL PUBLICATIONS IN THE DOCUMENTATION OF BIOLOGY. MILDRED A. DOSS
CURRENT MEDICAL LITERATURE, A QUANTITATIVE SURVEY OF ARTICLES AND JOURNALS. ESTELLE BRODMAN,
SEYMOUR I. TAINE
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A COMBINED INDEXING-ABSTRACTING SYSTEM. ISAAC O. WELT
A UNIFIED INDEX TO SCIENCE. EUGENE GARFIELD
LOST INFORMATION, UNPUBLISHED CONFERENCE PAPERS. F. LIEBESNY
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN PHYSICS ABSTRACTING. B. M. CROWTHER
[NTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE ABSTRACTING ON BUILDING, AN APPRAISAL. A. 8. AGARD EVANS
COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN A8STRACTING AND DOCUMENTATION. OTTO FRANK
ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE ALL-UNION INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION OF THE USSR ACADEMY
OF SCIENCES. A. I. MIKHAILOV
REVIEW LITERATURE AND THE CHEMIST. DENNIS A. BRUNNING
THE PLACE OF ANALYTICAL AND CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ANY GROWING BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE ANU THE SERVICE THEY MAY
RENDER TO RESEARCH. ISABELLA LEITCH
RECENT TRENDS IN SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION IN SOUTH ASIA, PROBLEMS OF SPEED AND COVERAGE. P. SHEEL
SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION IN FRANCE. J. WYART
SCIENTIFIC, TECHNICAL, AND ECONOMIC INFORMATION IN A RESEARCH ORGANIlATION • MAREK CIGANIK
CONVENTIONAL AND INVERTED GROUPING OF CODES FOR CHEMICAL DATA. EUGENE MILLER, DELBERT RALLARD,
JOHN KINGSTON, MORTIMER TAUBE
THE EVALUATION OF SYSTEMS USED IN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. CYRIL CLEVERDON
EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS ON LARGE ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. ASCHER OPLER,
NORMA BAIRD
PRINTING CHEMICAL STRUCTURES ELECTRONICALLY, ENCODED COMPOUNDS SEARCHED GENERICALLY WITH IBM 702 •
W. H. WALDO, M. DE BACKER
EVOLUTION OF DOCUMENT CONTROL IN A MATERIALS DETERIORATION INFORMATION CENTER. CARL J. WESSEL,
WALTER M. BEJUKI
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RETRIEVAL QUESTIONS FROM THE USE OF LINDE'S INDEXING AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM. FRED R. WHALEY
CLASSIFICATION WITH PEEK-A-BOO FOR INDEXING DOCUMENTS ON AERODYNAMICS, AN EXPERIMENT IN RETRIEVAL.
R. C. WRIGHT, C. W. J. WILSON
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THE CONSTRUCTION OF A FACETED CLASSIFICATION FOR A SPECIAL SUBJECT. D. J. FOSKETT
ON THE CODING OF GEOMETRICAL SHAPES AND OTHER REPRESENTATIONS, WITH REFERENCE TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL DOCUMENTS
• J. C. GAROIN
SUBJECT-WORD LETTER FREQUENCIES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SUPERIMPOSED CODING. HERBERT OHLMAN
THE ANALOGY BETWEEN MECHANICAL TRANSLATION AND LIBRARY RETRIEVAL. M. MASTERMAN, R. M. NEEDHAM,
K. SPARCK JONES
LINGUISTIC TRANSFORMATIONS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. Z. S. HARRIS
LINGUISTIC ANO MACHINE METHODS FOR COMPILING ANO UPDATING THE HARVARO AUTOMATIC DICTIONARY.
A. G. OETTINGER, W. FOUST, V. GIULIANO, K. MAGASSY, L. MATEJKA
THE FEASIBILITY OF MACHINE SEARCHING OF ENGLISH TEXTS. VICTOR H. YNGVE
SEMANTIC MATRICES. G. PATRICK MEREDITH
INTERLINGUAL COMMUNICATION IN THE SCIENCES. JOSHUA WHATMOUGH
AN OVERALL CONCEPT OF SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION SYSTEMS AND THEIR DESIGN. E. J. CRANE, C. L. BERNIER
THE POSSIBILITIES OF FAR-REACHING MECHANIZATION OF NOVELTY SEARCH OF THE PATENT LITERATURE.
G. J. KOELEWIJN
DESCRIPTIVE DOCUMENTATION • CHARLES G. SMITH
VARIABLE SCOPE SEARCH SYSTEM VS3 • JACOB LEI80WITZ, JULIUS FROME, DON D. ANDREWS
THE HAYSTAQ SYSTEM, PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. HER8ERT R. KOLLER, ETHEL MARDEN, HAROLD PFEFFER
A PROPOSED INFORMATION HANDLING SYSTEM. FOR A LARGE RESEARCH ORGANIZATION. W. K. LOWRY, J. C. ALBRECHT
INFORMATION HANDLING IN A LARGE INFORMATION SYSTEM. P. R. P. CLARIDGE
TABLEDEX, A NEW COORDINATE INDEXING METHOD FOR BOUND BOOK FORM 81BLIOGRAPHIES • R08ERT S. LEDLEY
THE COMAC, AN EFFICIENT PUNCHED CARD COLLATING SYSTEM FOR THE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION.
MORTIMER TAUBE
THE STRUCTURE OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS • B. C. VICKERY
THE DESCRIPTIVE CONTINUUM, A 'GENERALIZED' THEORY OF INDEXING. FREDERICK JONKER
ALGE8RAIC REPRESENTATION OF STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL LANGUAGES. R. A. FAIRTHORNE
A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF LANGUAGE SYMBOLS IN RETRIEVAL • CALVIN N, MOOERS
ABSTRACT THEORY OF RETRIEVAL CODING. CLIFFORD J. MALONEY
MAZE STRUCTURE AND INFDRMATION RETRIEVAL. GERALD ESTRIN
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION IN BIOLOGY, PROPOSAL FOR FINANCING A COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM.
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RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION AS A NATIONAL RESOURCE • HAZEL MEWS
DIFFERENCES IN INTERNATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF INFORMATION SERVICES. N. F. GRELL
TRAINING FOR ACTIVITY IN SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION WORK. GEORGE S. BONN
TRAINING THE SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION OFFICER. A. 8. AGARD EVANS, J. FARRADANE
TRAINING FOR SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION WORK IN GREAT 8RITAIN • B. I. PALMER, D. J. FOSKETT
THE ICSU ABSTRACTING BOARD, THE STORY OF A VENTURE IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION. G.-A. BOUT~Y
CREATION OF AN INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION. PAUL SOQUET
AN INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION. WALDO CHAMBERLIN
LONDON, 1956.

INTRODUCTORY LECTURE • F. C. WILLIAMS
ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. EDWARD BULLARD
THE USE OF THE PILOT ACE FOR TESTING A NEW DESIGN OF PROTON SYNCHROTRON • G. G. ALWAY
DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND THE LOAD-FLOW PROBLEM. J. M. BENNETT
POWER-SYSTEM ENGINEERING PROBLEMS WITH REFERENCE TO THE USE OF DIGIT.AL COMPUTERS. C. R081NSON,
D. H. TOMPSETT
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN OBTAINING SOLUTIONS TO ELECTRIC-CIRCUIT PROBLEMS INVOLVING S~ITCHING
OPERATIONS. S. J. M. DENISON, D. G. TAYLOR
THE DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID TO THE ELECTRICAL DESIGN ENGINEER • B. BIRTWISTLE, BERYL M. DENT
TRANSFORMER DESIGN WITH DIGITAL COMPUTERS. J. V. OLDFIELD, D. MCDONALD, M. W. HUMPHREY DAVIES
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRIC TRACTION PR08LEMS • A. GILMOUR
USE OF INTERPRETATION ROUTINES ON A GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR THE DESIGN OF LINEAR AND
NON-LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS. W. O. WORTHY
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. R. T. WISEMAN
SORTING OF DATA ON AN ELECTRONIL COMPUTER. O. W. DAVIES
THE USE OF A COMPUTER. FOR PAYROLL WORK • E. A. NEWMAN, M. A. WRIGHT
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN INDUSTRIAL CONTROL. I. J. FAULKNER
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN THE EXPLORATION OF FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS. G. E. P. Bax,
G. A. COUTIE
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 1 • A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
THE METHOD OF LANCZOS FOR CALCULATING THE CHARACTERISTIC ROOTS AND VECTORS OF A REAL SYMMETRIC MATRIX •
R. A. BROOKER, F. H. SUMNER
LOGICAL OESIGN • A. L. LEINER
THE CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN OF OPERATION CODES FOR AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS. K. D. TOCHER
AN AUTOMATIC FLOATING-ADDRESS MACHINE. E. A. NEWMAN, M. A. WRIGHT
A DECIMAL ADDITION-SUBTRACTION UNIT. M. W. ALLEN
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 11 • D. R. HARTREE
THE PROGRAMMING STRATEGY USED WITH THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY MARK I COMPUTER. R. A. BROOKER
THE SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR HEAT-CONDUCTION PROBLEMS ON THE PILOT ACE. E. L. ALBASINY
DEUCE, A HIGH-SPEED GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER • A. C. D. HAYES
MERCURY, A HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER. K. LONSDALE, E. T. WARBURTON
ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING MACHINES. M. P. 8ARNETT
A SERIES OF COMPUTERS USING PLUG-IN UNITS. A. ST JOHNSTON
THE DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF PEGASUS. A QUANTITY-PRODUCTION COMPUTER. W. S. ELLIOTT, C. E. OWEN,
C. H. DEVONALD, 8. G. MAUDSLEY
THE MAGNETIC-DRUM STORE OF THE COMPUTER PEGASUS. I. W. MERRY, B. G. MAUOSLEY
THE HEC COMPUTER • R. BIRD
THE PROGRAMME-CONTROLLED COMPUTER. E. J. GUTTRIDGE, R. P. B. YANDELL
AN ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR FOR PUNCHED-CARD ACCOUNTANCY • L. KNIGHT
THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY MARK II DIGITAL-COMPUTING MACHINE. T. KILBURN, O. B. G. EDWARDS, ~. E. THOMAS
THE ACOUSTIC-DELAY-LINE ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR • J. A. TEMPEL
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH NICHOLAS. S. E. HERSOM
EDSAC II • W. RENWICK
IMP, AN AUXILIARY DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR COMPLEX NUM8ERS • M. W. HUMPHREY DAVIES, Y. EL HAKIM
THE ACE • E. A. NEWMAN, D. O. CLAYOEN
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTER OF THE U.S.S.R. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IBESM) • V. A. MELNIKOV
RAPID-ACCESS STORAGE, INCLUDING THE USE OF MAGNETIC CORES FOR STORAGE ANO SWITCHING. NORMAN H. TAYLOR
A DIGITAL STORE USING A MAGNETIC CORE MATRIX. A. A. RUBINSON, V. L. NEWHOUSE, M. J. FRIEOMA~,
D. G. BINOON, I. P. V. CARTER
THE OESIGN AND USE OF LOGICAL DEVICES USING SATURABLE MAGNETIC CORES. G. G. SCARROTT. W. J. HARWOOD,
K. C. JOHNSON
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SOME STORAGE CIRCUITS BASED ON VALVES • G. C. TOOTILL
THE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A PARALLEL-TYPE CATHODE-RAY-TUBE STORAGE SYSTEM. D. B. G. EDWARDS
MAGNETIC TAPE, INPUT, OUTPUT AND AUXILIARY STORAGE. M. V. WILKES
READING OF MAGNETIC ~ECORDS BY RELUCTANCE VARIATION. T. KILBURN, G. R. HOFFMAN, P. WOLSTENHOLME
A MAGNETIC-TAPE AUXILIARY STORAGE SYSTEM FOR THE EOSAC • M. V. WILKES, D. W. WILLIS
A MAGNETIC-TAPE DIGITAL-RECORDING EQUIPMENT. A. A. ROBINSON, F. MCAULAY, A. H. BANKS, D. HOGG
THE PRESENT STATE OF DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF TRANSISTORS. T. R. SCOTT
THE TRANSISTOR AS A COMPUTING ELEMENT. E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH
A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH, R. C. M. BARNES, J. H. STEPHEN, G. A. HOWELLS
TRANSISTOR ARITHMETIC CIRCUITS FOR AN INTERLEAVED-DIGIT COMPUTER. R. C. M. BARNES, G. A. HOWELLS,
E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH
AN INTERLEAVED-DIGIT MAGNETIC-DRUM STORE FOR A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. J. H. STEPHEN.
E. H. COOKE-YARBOROUGH
A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER WITH A MAGNETIC-ORUM STORE. T. KILBURN, R. L. GRIMSDALE, O. C. WEBB
A NEW AND SIMPLE TYPE OF DIGITAL CIRCUIT TECHNIQUE USING JUNCTION TRANSISTORS AND MAGNETIC CJRES •
G. H. PERRY, G. R. HOFFMAN, E. W. SHALLOW
QUIESCENT CORE-TRANSISTOR COUNTERS. G. R. HOFFMAN, M. A. MACLEAN
COMPUTER INPUT AND OUTPUT, INCLUDING ANALOGUE-DIGITAL CONVERSION. D. W. DAVIES
A RAPID DIGITAL-TD-ANALOGUE CONVERTOR FOR NUMBERS HAVING ELEVEN BINARY DIGITS. F. BECKETT
THE USE OF CYCLIC PERMUTED CODES IN RELAY COUNTING CIRCUITS. G. C. TOOTlLL
REMOTE POSITION CONTROL AND INDICATION BY DIGITAL MEANS. W. S. ELLIOTT, R. C. ROBBINS, O. S. EVANS
THE COMPUTER IN A NO'l-ARlTHMETIC ROLE. A. D. BOOTH
MAKING A COMPUTER PLAY DRAUGHTS • A. L. SAMUEL
COMPUTER OPERATIONS REQUIRED FOR MECHANICAL TRANSLATION. A. F. PARKER-RHODES
THE DESIGN OF A LOGIC FOR THE RECOGNITION OF PRINTED CHARACTERS BY SIMULATION. E. C. GREANIAS.
C. J. HOPPEL, M. KLOOMOK, J. S. OSBORNE
AN EXPERIMENT ON THE MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES CARRIED OUT ON THE BESM • I. S. MUKHIN
ELECTROMAGNETIC DELAY NETWORKS FOR DIGITAL STORAGE. G. G. SCARROTT, W. J. HARWOOD, K. C. JOHNSON
THE USE OF ELECTROMAGNETIC DELAY LINES IN THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY MARK II DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINE.
G. E. THOMAS
A SONIC DELAY-LINE STORAGE UNIT FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER. J. W. FAIRCLOUGH
WIRE-TYPE ACDUSTICOELAY LINES FOR DIGITAL STORAGE. G•. G. SCARROTT, R. NAYLOR
THE MAG'IETIC STORAGE DRUM ON THE ACE PILOT MODEL. D. o. CLAYDEN, L. J. PAGE, C. F. OSBORNE
A MULTI-INPUT ANALOGUE ADDER FOR USE IN A FAST BINARY MULTIPLIER. O. B. G. EDWARDS
A FAST PARALLEL ARITHMETIC UNIT. K. D. TOCHER, M. LEHMAN
THE TRANSFER-TRACK METHOD OF MAGNETIC-DRUM OPERATION. J. E. FLOOO, R. S. HOPKINS, H. A. SHOWELL

THE SPECTRUM OF INFORMATION PROCESSING. A. WALTHER
THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION PROCESSING ON MANKIND. I. L. AUERBACH
SOME EXAMPLES OF NUMERICAL METHOOS AND THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND THEM • E. STIEFEL
TOWAROS A MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE OF COMPUTATION. J. MCCARTHY
DIGITAL COMPUTERS, MATHEMATICAL LOGIC AND PRINCIPAL LIMITATIONS OF COMPUTABILITY. H. GUMIN
BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING, A REVIEW. GRACE M. HOPPER
INTEGRATED INFORMATION PROCESSING FOR MANAGEMENT OF NATIONALIZEO INDUSTRIES. D. W. HOOPER
DATA PROCESSING IN E~GLISH BANKS. R. HINOLE
COMPUTER USES AT LAMP DEPARTMENT, CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC. A. LEIGH
STANOARDllED COMPARISONS OF COMPUTER PERFORMANCE. J. A. GOSDEN, R. L. SISSON
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF MERGE-SORTING TECHNIQUES. W. C. CARTER
SOME AIRLINE APPLICATIONS OF MONTE-CARLO SYSTEM SIMULATIONS. J. P. JEANNIOT, P. J. SANDIFORD
THE CONSTRUCTION OF CLASS-TEACHER TIME-TABLES. C. C. GOTLIEB
EXTENDING MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY BY ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. A. VAZSONYI
PANEL ON BUSINESS SYSTEMS
ON A MODIFICATION OF THE QD-ALGORITHM WITH GRAEFFE-TYPE CONVERGENCE. H. RUTISHAUSER
SOME NONLINEAR ITERATIVE PROCEDURES FOR SOLVING SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS (FRENCH) • N. GASTINEL
INTERPOLATION POLYNO~IALS OF SQUARE MATRICES WITH MATRIX COEFFICIENTS AND ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF EQUATIONS IN SQUARE MATRICES OF ARBITRARY FORM (FRENCH) • A. KORGANOFF
A METHOD FOR SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS • P. H. 8LUNDELL
STRATEGY FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL NEUTRON GROUP DIFFUSION COMPUTATIONS. E. L. WACHSPRESS
ON SOME METHODS FOR COMPUTING THE ROOTS OF POLYNOMIALS. J. L. HOWLAND
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF TH~ MIXED TYPE AND METHOOS OF THEIR SOLUTION. A. A. DOROD~ICYN
AUTOMATIC CALCULATION AND PROGRAMMING OF DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS FOR ELLIPTIC BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS.
M. ENGELI, P. LAUCHLI
NUMERICAL STUOIES OF IMPLICIT ITERATIVE METHODS FOR SOLVING ELLIPTIC OIFFERENCE EQUATIONS. D. J. EVANS
NUMERICAL CALCULATION OF SHOCK WAVES. L. GUERRI
A MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF DRUG DISTRIBUTION ANO THE SOLUfION OF DIFFERENTIAL-DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS.
BELLA KOTKIN
ACCELERATION TECHNIQUES IN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PROBLEMS IN ONE INDEPENDENT
VARIABLE • P. WYNN
NEW METHODS FOR THE APPROXIMATE INTEGRATION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (FRENCH) • J. KUNTZMANN
RESEARCtl ON THE SOLUTIONS OF A CONVOLUTION EQUATION (FRENCH) • J. ARSAC
A DIFFERENCE METHOO FOR THE APPROXIMATE SOLUTION OF THE INITIAL VALUE PROBLEM FOR SYSTEMS OF QUASI-LINEAR
PARTIAL OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF THE FIRST ORDER. R. ALBRECHT, W. URICH
LARGE LINEAR PROGRAMS • A. J. HOFFMAN
THE METHOD OF SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANTS FOR DETERMINATION OF OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS. V. S. MICHALEVITCH
THE USE OF APPROXIMATION METHODS IN LINEAR PROGRAMMING. J. HABR
APPLICATION OF THE STEEPEST ASCENT METHOD TO CONCAVE PROGRAMMING. T. PIETRlYKOWSKI
A 8REAKPOINT TECHNIQUE FOR NETWORK PROBLEMS. J. M. BENNETT
APPLICATION OF I~TEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO A SPLIT PROBLEM (FRENCH) • F. GENUYS
SYMPOSIUM ON MATRIX COMPUTATIONS
SYMPOSIUM ON STABILITY OF NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS
SYMPOSIUM ON INDUSTRIAL SIMULATION
SYMPOSIUM ON DATA REOUCTION
A GENER4L VIEW OF FU~DAMENTAL PROBLEMS IN REAL-TIME INFORMATION PROCESSING (FRENCH) • F. H.. RAYMONO
THE CONTROL OF TRAFFIC SIGNIILS WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER, A NEW APPLICATION OF REAL-TIMe DA TIl PROCESSING
• L. CASC IATO
UTILISATION OF AN ANALOGUE-TO-DIGITAL LINKAGE SYSTEM IN A BIG SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING CENTRE. C. GREEN,
A. DEBROUX, G. P. DEL BIGIO, A. GALIANO, H. D'HOOP, A. RIOTTE, A. VAN WAUWE
MET-WATCH, A TECHNIQUE FOR PROCESSING AND SCANNING METEOROLOGICAL DATA WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER.
R. B. STAUFFER, T. H. LEWIS
A NEW METHOO FOR COMPUTING ECONOMIC LOAD DISPATCHING IN POWER SYSTEMS (FRENCH) • J. CARPENTIER
SYMPOSIUM ON MIXED ANALOG-DIGITAL SYSTEMS
PANEL O~ NUMERICAL CONTROL
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL, REVIEW AND PROSPECTUS. A. KENT
THE MULTI-LIST SYSTEM FOR REAL-TIME STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL. N. S. PRYWES, H. J. GRAY
SYNTOL (SYNTAGMATIC ORGANIIATION LANGUAGE) (FRENCH) • J. C. GARDIN, F. LEVY
A METHOD FOR USING COMPUTERS IN INFORMATION CLASSIFICATION. R. M. NEEOHAM
INTERROGATING A COMPUTER IN NATURAL LANGUAGE • O. R. SWANSON
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TK1895.M4S9 1961
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SYMPOSIUM ON AOVANCED METHODS IN INFORMATION STORAGE ANO RETRIEVAL
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN RESEARCH ON MACHINE TRANSLATION. OLGA F. KOUlAGINA
MULTIPLE-PATH SYNTACTIC ANALYIEK • S. KUNO, A. G. OETTINGER
ON SOME AXIOMATIC SYSTEMS FOR FORMAL GRAMMARS AND LANGUAGES. K. CULIK
RULES OF INTERPRETATION, AN APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF COMPUTATION IN THE SEMANTICS OF NATURAL LANGUAGE.
M. KAY
MACHINE TRANSLATION AND-OR AN INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE' K. G. SELLIN
SYMPOSIUM ON MODERN TECHNIQUES OF LANGUAGE TRANSLATION
PANEL ON SEMANTICS AND SYNTACTICS
A SURVEY OF SEVERAL ASPECTS OF DATA COMMUNICATION. E. P. G. WRIGHT
COMPuTER-TO-COMPUTER COMMUNICATION AT 2.5 MEGABITS PER SEC • N. CLARK, A. C. GANNET
DEPENDENCE OF SPEECH QUALITY ON TRANSMITTED INFORMATION RATE IN A BAND COMPRESSION SYSTEM. E. ROTHAUSER,
F. LENK
SELF-CORRECTING DECODING CIRCUITS' K. STEINBUCH, F. lENDEH
MESSAGE PROTECTION FEATURES OF THE DATACOM PROGRAM' A. E. MILLER, A. B. SHAFRITI, J. R. SMITH
SYMPOSIUM ON COOING THEORY
TOWARD A THEORY OF AUTOMATA BASED ON MORE REALISTIC PRIMITIVE ELEMENTS' A. W. BURKS
FUNDAMENTALS OF A THEORY OF ASYNCHRONOUS INFORMATION FLOW' C. A. PETRI
FINITE AND COMBINATORIAL AUTOMATA. TURING AUTOMATA WITH A PROGRAMMING TAPE' J. BECVAR
TOWARD INDUCTIVE INFERENCE AUTOMATA. L. J. FOGEL
GENERALIZATION OF AN ELEMENTARY PERCEIVING AND MEMORIZING MACHINE' E. A. FEIGENBAUM, H. A. SIMON
LEARNING, GENERALITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING' A. NEWELL
COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF A PERCEPTUAL lEARNING MODEL FOR SENSORY PATTERN RECOGNITION, CONCEPT FORMATION AND
SY~80l TRANSFORMATION' C. VOSSLER, l. UHR
SELF-ORGANIZING GROUPING, A lEARNING STRUCTURE • V. KUDIELKA
THE OEVFLOPMENT OF A CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY COMPUTER FOR CONTROL APPLICATIONS' H. C. RATI,
G. H. M. THOMAS
SIMULATION OF A lEARNING MACHINE FOR PLAYING GO • H. REMUS
DIGITAL COMPUTER USAGE IN ANALYSIS OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH AND SIMilAR QUASI-RHYTHMIC PATTERNS.
M. G. SAUNOERS
TOWARDS THE AUTOMATION OF BINOCULAR OEPTH PERCEPTION' B. JUlESl
THE PHO~ETIC TYPEWRITER. T. SAKAI, S. DOSHITA
MUSE, A SOUND SYNTHESIZER' W. SLAWSON
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEM (FRENCH) • M. NADLER
MACHINE RECOGNITION OF CURSIVE ~RITING • l. O. EARNEST
SYMPOSIUM ON PATTERN RECOGNITION
SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF
PATTERN RECOGNITION
SYMPOSIUM ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES AND THEIR PROCESSING' K. SAMELSON
ALGOL 60 PROCESSORS AND A PROCESSOR GENERATOR' M. PAUL
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE TRANSLATION OF ALGOL STATEMENTS. W. M. KEESE JR, H. D. HUSKEY
A PROPOSED ALGOL 60 MATRIX SCHEME' S. J. M. DENISON
ON TABl( OPERATING ALGORITHMS. l. A. LOMBARDI
SYMPOSIUM ON lANGUAGES FOR PROCESSOR CONSTRUCTION
SYMPOSIUM ON PROGRAMMING lANGUAGES
PANEL O~ TECHNIQUES FOR PROCESSOR CONSTRUCTION
SOME MEDITATIONS ON ADVANCEO PROGRAMMING. E. W. DIJKSTRA
PROGRAM ORGANIZATIDN AND RECORD KEEPING FOR DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION. A. W. HOLT
PROGRAMMED CONTROL OF MULTI-COMPUTER SYSTEMS' R. PERKINS, W. C. MCGEE
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATIO~ OF PROGRAMS FROM ONE COMPUTER TO ANOTHER
REQUIREMENTS ON A LA~GUAGE FOR lOGICAL DATA PROCESSING • P. lUCAS
SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCED COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
SYMPOSIUM ON MULTI-PROGRAMMING (CONCURRENT PROGRAMS)
HIGH-SPEEO MEMORIES • W. E. PROtBSTER
NANOSECOND SPEED IN A CORE MEMORY WITH NON-DESTRUCTIVE READ-OUT. J. SCHARBERT
SOME PROBLEMS IN THE DESIGN OF MAGNETIC FILM STORAGE SYSTEMS OPERATING AT MlllIMICRO-SECONO SPEEOS •
J. D. R. MCQUillAN
A READ-OUT CIRCUIT FOR HIGH-SPEED NON-DESTRUCTIVELY READ STORES. G. H. PERRY, E. W. SHAllOW
A TUNNEL-DIODE HIGH-SPEED MEMORY. S. TAKAHASHI, K. NAKAZAWA, K. MURATA, O. ISHII
PAST AND FUTURE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER CIRCUITRY. J. A. BRUST MAN
SIZE AND SPEED OF THIN-MAGNETIC-FilM COMPUTER UNITS. H. J. HARLOFF
FERRITE CORE lOGIC I~ All-MAGNETIC TECHNIQUE' U. HOlKEN
NEW COMPONENTS FOR FERRORESONANT CIRCUITS. M. AllQUE, J. l. llORET, 1. SANTOS, M. A. ECED
HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SWITCHING ELEMENTS' H. H. GlAETTll
SYMPOSIUM ON FAST MEMORY TECHNOLOGY
SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCED COMPONENTS
A VERY SMAll ElECTRO~IC DIGITAL COMPUTER WITH STOREO PROGRAM CONTROL' H. GUMIN, F. K. KROOS
THE CENTRAL CONTROL UNIT OF THE ATLAS COMPUTER. F. H. SUMNER, G. HALEY, E. C. Y. CHEN
ON A FLEXIBLE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTER ARITHMETIC' A. AVlllENIS
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROPAGATION SPEED-UP CIRCUITS IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS' M. lEHMAN
AN EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM FOR lOGIC DESIGN DATA ACCUMULATION AND RETRIEVAL' R. J. PREISS
THE KT PilOT COMPUTER, A MICRO-PROGRAMMED COMPUTER WITH A PHOTOTRANSISTOR FIXEO MEMORY' H. HAGIWARA,
K. AMO, S. MATSUSHITA, H. YAMAUCHI
SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE ETl KM-b COMPUTER' S. TAKAHASHI, H. NISHINO, K. YOSHIHIRO, K. FUCHI
DESIGN OF AN ARITHMETIC UNIT INCORPORATING A NESTING STORE. R. H. AllMARK, J. R. lUCKING
MODERN PROGRAMMING METHODS AND PROBLEMS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON THE DESIGN OF COMPUTING INSTRUMENTS'
I. O. JERNER
PANEL ON UlTRA-HIGH-SPEEO COMPUTERS
PANEL ON PRIORITY PROBLEMS IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS
SYMPOSIUM ON OPTIMUM ROUTING IN lARGE NETWORKS
FUNDAMENTAL MOOE AND PULSE MODE OPERATIONS OF SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS' E. J. MCCLUSKEY
APPLICATION OF A FINITE SET COVERING THEOREM TO THE SIMPLIFICATION OF BOOLEAN FUNCTION EXPRESSIONS'
K. B. WELLS
DIGITAL FilTERS WITH THRESHOLD ELEMENTS' G. HOTZ
THRESHOLD lOGIC WITH ONE OR MORE THAN ONE THRESHOlO • P. ERCOLI, l. MERCURIO
SOME THEOREMS USEFUL IN THRESHOLD lOGIC FOR ENUMERATING BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS. E. GOTO, H. TAKAHASI
SYMPOSIUM ON SWITCHING THEORY
PANEL ON UNIVERSITY EDUCATION INFORMATION PROCESSING

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INVESTIGATION OF STORAGE ANO ACCESS TECHNIQUES SUITABLE FOR USE IN lARGE-CAPACITY DIGITAL MEMORIES.
S. W. MilLER, J. L. HAYNES
ORGANIZATION OF lARGE MEMORY SYSTEMS' R. S. lEDlEY
CAPACITANCE TYPE FIXED MEMORY' S. TAKAHASHI, S. WATANABE
lARGE FILES FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL BASED ON SIMULTANEOUS INTERROGATION OF ALL ITEMS. J. GOlOBERG,
M. W. GREEN
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THE FLYING SPOT STORE • C. W. HOOVER JR, G. HAUGK
THE CATHODE-RAY TUBE AS A COMMUTATING DEVICE IN lARGE-CAPACITY, RANDOM-ACCESS STORES. J. S. BRYAN,
l. R. FOCHT
MAGOP, A NEW APPROACH TO HIGH-DENSITY DIGITAL MAGNETIC RECORDING. J. MIYATA, T. lENTZ
MAGNETIC RECORDING WITH AN ELECTRON BEAM • l. J. MAYER
COMBINED MAGNETIC AND GRAPHIC STORE • R. l. lAURENT
THE N.C.R. MAGNETIC CARD RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY. A. M. ANGEL
METHODS OF UTILIZING THIN MAGNETIC FILM PROPERTIES FOR lARGE-CAPACITY FILES. H. W. FULLER, H. RUBINSTEIN
LARGE-CAPACITY CARD CHANGEABLE PERMANENT MAGNET TWISTOR MEMORY. U. F. GIANOlA, D. H. LOONEY, J. A. RUFF,
A. J. MUNN
THE MAGNETIC ROD, A CYLINDRICAL, THIN-FILM MEMORY ELEMENT. D. A. MEIER, A. J. KDlK
THE METAL CARD MEMORY, A NEW SEMIPERMANENT STORE. ICHIRO ENDO, JUNJI YAMATO
IMPROVED PERFORMANCE FROM MATRIX ELECTROLUMINESCENT SCREENS IN OPTICAL READOUT APPLICATIONS.
S. L. LINDER, C. W. HOOVER JR
ELECTRON SPIN ECHO SERIAL MEMORY STORAGE. H. N. LEIFER, M. E. BROWNE, J. A. COWEN, D. E. KAPLAN
SOME ASPECTS OF INFO~MATION STORAGE IN FERROELECTRICS • H. H. WIEDER
NEW PHOSPHOR MEMORY DEVICE. H. KALLMANN, J. RENNERT
DATA PROCESSING WITH THE PHOTOS TORE • GILBERT W. KING
DESIGN OF A LARGE-SCALE CRYOGENIC MEMORY SYSTEM • O. R. YOUNG
NEW FERRITE CO~E ARRAYS FOR LARGE-CAPACITY STORAGE. W. L. SHE VEL JR, J. M. BROWNLOW, O. A. GUTWIN,
K. R. GREBE
A HIGH-DENSITY MAGNETIC RECORDING DISK. J. P. DEL FAVERO
MAGNETIC TRANSDUCERS ANO AMPLIFIERS FOR DISK RECORDING. D. L. NOBLE
AIR-LUBRICATED SLIDE~ BEARINGS FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING SPACING CONTROL. K. E. HAUGHTON
A LARGE-CAPACITY DOCUMENT STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM. R. W. PORTER
INVESTIGATION OF WOVEN-SCREEN MEMORY TECHNIQUES. R. A. HOWARD, P. E. WELLS, L. CANN, J. S. DAVIS
ROTATING-MIRROR PHOTOGRAPHIC STORAGE SYSTEMS. D. M. BAUMANN
THE PHOTOCHROMIC MIC~OIMAGE MEMORY. C. o. CARLSON, D. A. GRAFTON. A. S. TAUBER
THE FUTURE OF THIN MAGNETIC FILMS. E. E. BITTMANN
COINCIDENT CURRENT SUPERCONDUCTIVE MEMORY. L. L. BURNS, G. A. ALPHONSE, G. W. LECK
PROCEEDINGS OF THE HIGH SPEED COMPUTER CONFERENCE (LOUISIANA. STATE UNIVERSITY AND AGRICULTURAL AND
MECHANICAL COLLEGE)
BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958.
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THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN THE SECOND INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. C. R. DE CARLO
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO DATE • LUTHER A. HARR JR
ORGANIZING AND PLANNING FOR ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. JOHN S. WHITE
FIN4NCIAL ANO RESOURCE ANALYSIS ON HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS. ROBERT L. KIRBY
COMPUTERS, AUDIT AND CONTROL. A. B. TOAN JR
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERMEOIATE DATA PROCESSING • R. L. BRUCE
INTERMEDIATE DATA PROCESSING POTENTIAL. E. C. YOWELL
WHAT WE USE OUR COMPUTER FOR. FRED E. WELSH
AUTOMATION. JOHN DIEBOLD
A STUOY OF CERTAIN COMBINATORIAL PROBLEMS THROUGH EXPERIMENTS ON COMPUTING MACHINES. PAUL R. STEIN,
S. ULAM
COMPUTERS IN AUTOMATION. J. H. MCLEOD JR
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. GRACE HOPPER
THE USE OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTERS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DATA. CHARLES WRIGLEY
C4LCULATION OF ELECTRIC MOTOR SPEED-TORQUE CURVES ON THE BURROUGHS E101 • O. L. STEVENS
MASS SPECTROMETER ANALYSIS AND DATA PROOUCTION ON THE ELECTRODATA COMPUTER • SIBYL M. ROCK
MATRIX INVERSION ON THE IBM TYPE 650 • GEORGE R. TRIMBLE
PLANS FOR THE GEORGIA TECH COMPUTER CENTER. I. E. PERLIN
THOUGHTS ON THE ORGANIZATION OF A COMPUTING CENTER. JOHN MCLEOD
OPERATIONAL EQUATIONS FOR PROGRAMMING ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. H. M. MARTINEZ
THE FUTURE IN COMMUNICATIONS. TUDOR R. FINCH
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS ON INTERMEDIATE DATA PROCESSING COMPUTERS. VERN JOHNSON
ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. S. H. LEWIS
AUTOMATIC CODING TECHNIQUES, 1955 • GRACE HOPPER
WHAT AUTOMATION MEANS TO AMERICA. EDWARD MAHER
CHRYSLER'S INITIAL EDPM APPLICATION. GLENN WHITE
PREPARATION FOR COMPUTER OPERATIONS. DURWOOD ROBINSON
COMPUTER OPERATIONS AT WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE. SOL W. VALENTINE. CLINTON R. FOULK
THE NORC AND SOME OF ITS APPLICATIONS. GENE H. GLEISSNER
THE COMPUTER AND ITS PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT. R. K. RICHARDS
COMPUTERS AND STANDARD STATISTICAL OPERATIONS. WALTER R. HARVEY
CONSIDERATIONS IN APPLYING A COMPUTER TO COMMERCIAL DATA-PROCESSING. E. G. BENSER
A DIGITAL COMPUTER AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. R. G. SELFRIDGE
COMPUTER LOGIC 4NO ALGEBRAS. JAMES E. ROBERTSON
PROCESSING OF A LARGE DATA FILE. SAMUEL LUBKIN
LEAST SQUARES ANALYSIS OF NON-ORTHOGONAL DATA. WALTER R. HARVEY
AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR SCHOOLS AND OFFICES. CHALMER E. JONES
A MANAGEMENT EYE VIEW OF THE COMPUTER • LESLIE R. GROVES
MATHEMATICAL SERVICE ROUTINES. JACK HELLER
AUTOMATION ANO ITS IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT. CARROLL BOYCE
LABOR LOOKS AT AUTOMATION. BRENDAN SEXTON
LINEAR PROGRAMMING OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTERS. JOSEPH V. NATRELLA
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN AUTOMATIC MATRIX PROGRAM. DAVID P. PERRY
REGIONAL APPLICATIONS OF PUNCH CARD METHODS TO FOREST INVENTORY. PHIL WHEELER
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF PUNCH CARD METHODS TO FOREST INVENTORY. T. E. BERCAW
RAPID PROCESSING OF BIOLOGICAL KESEARCH DATA. WALTER C. JACOB
DATA PROCESSING IN PERSONNEL ANO INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH. BERNARD M. BASS
AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS. JOSEPH GLICKAUF
AN INTRDOUCTION TO COMPUTERS. J. S. GLICKAUG
COMPUTER EDUCATION, DILEMMA OF THE COLLEGES. GARDNER M. JONES
UNORTHODOX USES OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS. M. OSTROFSKY
THE MAN~GEMENT APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING. HERBERT T. GLANTl
THE SMALL COMPUTER AND DECENTRALIZED COMPUTING FACILITIES. C. F. FLANNELL
DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING, METHODS AND APPLICATIONS. STUART E. DREYFUS
COMBINED ANALOG A~O DIGITAL TECHNIQUES. GEORGE P. WEST
DIGITAL PROGRAMMING AND READOUT FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS
THE PROCESSING OF REMOTE DATA. JOHN P. HELY IV
USE OF COMPUTERS IN STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS. JOSEPH M. CAMERON
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM LOSS STUOIES • E. E. GEORGE
APPLICATION OF LARGE COMPUTERS TO RESERVOIR ENGINEERING PROBLEMS • O. G. MCCARTY, D. W. PEACE MAN
SOME PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. H. O. HARTLEY
FRACTIONATION DESIGN ON MEDIUM SIZE ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. ROBERT L. MCINTIRE
USE OF ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING OEVICES IN LARGE-SCALE TONNAGE DISTRIBUTION IN THE PACKAGE INDUSTRIES.
W. H. MESEROLE
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

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MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY COMPUTER, INAUGURAL CONFERENCE
MANCHESTER, ENGLA~D, JULY 9-12, 1951.

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SCIENTISTS AND DECISION MAKING. C. P. SNOW
MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING • J. W. FORRESTER
SIMULATION OF HUMAN THINKING. H. A. SIMON, A. NEWELL
A LIBRARY FOR 2000 A.D. - J. G. KEMENY
THE COMPUTER IN THE UNIVERSITY • A. J. PERLIS
TIME-SHARING COMPUTER SYSTEMS. J. MCCARTHY
A NEW CONCEPT IN PROGRAMMING - G. W. BROWN
WHAT COMPUTERS SHOULD BE DOING. J. R. PIERCE
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
MACHINE INDEXING, PROGRESS AND PROBLEMS
THIRD INSTITUTE O~ INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 13-11, 1961.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER COMPUTING MACHINE. F. C. WILLIAMS, T. KILBURN
LOCAL PROGRAMMING METHODS AND CONVENTIONS. A. M. TURING
THE INFLUENCE OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS ON MATHEMATICAL METHODS - M. H. A. NEWMAN
THE SEARCH FOR LARGE PRIMES - J. C. P. MILLER
THE BEST WAY TO DESIGN AN AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINE - M. V. WILKES
A COMPARISON OF ONE AND THREE ADDRESS CODES. M. WOODGER
THE PILOT MODEL OF THE A.C.E • • E. A. NEWMAN
COMPARISON OF CODING ON S.E.A.C. AND E.D.S.A.C • • J. C. P. MILLER
ACTIVITY IN SWEDEN I~ DIGITAL COMPUTER FIELD. G. NEOVIUS
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE WORK DONE AT THE ZURICH INSTITUTE OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS - A. P. SPEISER
THE APPLICATION OF CALCULATING MACHINES TO BUSINESS AND COMMERCE. B. V. BOWDEN
THE RELIABILITY OF HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES. A. A. ROBINSON
THE COMPUTATION OF FOURIER SYNTHESES WITH A DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINE. J. M. BENNETT,
J. C. KENDREW
MANAGEMENT AND THE COMPUTER OF THE fUTURE (GREENBERGER, MARTIN, 1931- EO.I
M.I.T. PRESS AND WILEY, NEW YORK, 1962.
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ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AN AID TO PRODUCTION AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT. L. W. PERKINS
ELECTRONICS AT WORK IN LIFE INSURANCE ACCOUNTING. A. C. VANSELOW
INDUSTRIAL RECORD KEEPING, A ROUTINE ON THE IBM b50 • RUSSELL E. HILL
VARIABLE WORD LENGTH TAPE OPERATIONS IN THE NEW BIZMAC II COMPUTER. H. KLEINBERG
INVENTORY RECORDS AND PAYROLL APPLICATION ON THE UNIVAC FILE COMPUTER. T. R. LYON
LINEAR REGRESSION ON THE ELECTRODATA EI01 ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER. JORDAN B. RABIN
THE USE OF THE IBM 709 IN DIGITAL COMPUTING. LOUIS ROBINSON
THE CARDATRON AND THE DATAFILE IN THE DATATRDN SYSTEM. DEAN H. SHAW, FREDRICK G. WITHINGTON
INTERIM REPORT PRESENTATION DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS. E. A. ACKER, D. O. JOHNSON,
A. R. RAMIREY, R. N. SMITH, J. W. FLENIKEN
LONG RANGE DATA PROCESSING PROSPECTS AND PROBLEMS - MICHAEL J. KAMI
POTENTIAL ROLES OF THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTERS. GEORGE W. BROWN, R. CLAY SPROWLS
AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS. J. S. GLICKAUF
PROGRESS IN THE USE OF COMPUTERS • R. L. HARDER
THE EFFECTS OF COMPUTERS ON PERSONNEL POLICIES. LEON C. MEGGINSON
USING COMPUTERS TO STUDY LEADERSHIP • BERNARD M. BASS
ENGINEERING DESIGN ON A COMPUTER. E. J. HIGGINS, J. W. KELLETT, L. T. UNG
SHOULD YOUR COMPANY HAVE AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. W. E. BELL JR
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING OF SALES AT SOHIO • J. POTASH
A NUMERICAL SOLUTION TO THE MISCIBLE DISPLACEMENT EQUATION. D. U. VON ROSENBERG
MONTE CARLO METHODS • EDWARD L. KAPLAN
SOME AUDIT ASPECTS OF PUNCHED CARD ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. HAROLD E. PADDOCK
APPLICATION OF AN INTERMEDIATE SIZE COMPUTER TO MULTIPLE REGRESSION TECHNIQUE. GEORGE M. FURNIVAL
PROGRAMMING FOR A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER BY THE USE OF INTERPRETIVE SYSTEMS. MERRILL R. MOORE
PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN APPLICATION OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO AUTOMATIC MESSAGE ACCOUNTING.
R. F. COLTRANE
A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS - FREDERICK W. WERTZ
AUXILIARY DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT - HENRY I. DAVIDSON
UNIVERSITY ROLE IN TRAINING PERSONNEL FOR COMPUTER SERVICES - CARL POWERS
THE BURROUGHS 220 - JOHN E. S. HALE
THE BENDIX G-15D, GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEM - RICHARD F. WALZ

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PERSPECTIVES IN INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL. LOWELL H. HATTERY
NEW ROLE OF MACHINES IN DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL, DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE • LEA M. BOHNERT
ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE IN MACHINE INDEXING RESEARCH - MADELINE BE~RY HENDERSON
MACHINE INPUT PROBLEMS FOR MACHINE INDEXING, ALTERNATIVES AND PRACTICALITIES. MERLIN E. CORNELIUS
KEYPUNCHING INSTRUCTIONS FOR TOTAL TEXT INPUT - LOUIS C. RAY
AVAILABILITY OF MACHINE-USABLE NATURAL LANGUAGE MATERIAL. MARY ELIZABETH STEVENS
PERMUTED TITLE WORD INDEXING, PROCEDURES FOR MAN-MACHINE SYSTEM. MARY VEILLEUX
MECHANIZED TITLE WORD INDEXING OF INTERNAL REPORTS. RUBERT A. KENNEDY
SOME LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL - PAUL L. GARVIN
THE FUTURE OF THE PUBLISHED INDEX - SEYMOUR I. lAINE
TRANSITION FROM A MANUAL TO A MACHINE INDEXING SYSTEM * J. HESTON HEALD
MACHINE RETRIEVAL USING THE ASSOCIATION FACTOR. H. EDMUND STILES
AN EMPIRICAL MODEL FOR COMPUTER INDEXING. PHYLLIS BAXENDALE
WHY COMPUTERS - EDWARD M. MCCORMICK
THE GENERAL PROBLEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND INDEXING. TAFFE T. TANIMOTO
AUTOMATIC INDEXI~G, AN EXPERIMENTAL INQUIRY. M. E. MARON
SOME REMARKS ON MECHANIZED INDEXING AND SOME SMALL-SCALE EMPIRICAL RESULTS. JOHN O'CONNOR
RESEARCH PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC INDEXING. DON R. SWANSON
AUTOMATIC SYNTAX ANALYSIS IN MACHINE INDEXING AND ABST~ACTING • W. DOUGLAS CLIMENSON, N. H. HARDWICK,
S. N. JACOBSON
THE APPLICATION OF M3DERN LEXICOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES TO MACHINE INDEXING * PAUL W. HOWERTON
IMPLICATIONS OF BASIC RESEARCH IN INFORMATION SCIENCES TO MACHINE DOCUMENTATION - HAROLD WOOSTER
MOORE SCHOOL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IPENNSYLVANIA. UNIVERSITY •••• 1
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NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY, TEDDINGTON, ENGLAND. SEPTEMBER 5-8. 1961.
LONDON. H. M. STATIONERY OFFICE. 1962.
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INTROOUCTION TO THE COURSE ON ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. GEORGE STIBITZ
THE HISTORY OF COMPUTING DEVICES. IRVEN TRAVIS
DIGITAL AND ANALOGY COMPUTING MACHINES. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
COMPUTING MACHINES FOR PURE MATHEMATICS • O. H. LEHMER
SOME GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE SOLUTION OF PROBLEMS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS. O. R. HARTREE
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. I . HERMAN H. GOLOSTlN!:
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. II • HERMAN H. GOLDSTINE
DIGITAL MACHINE FUNCTIONS. ARTHUR W. BURKS
THE USE OF FUNCTION TABLES WITH COMPUTING MACHINES. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
A PREVIEW OF A DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINE. J. P. ECKERT JR
ELEMENTS PF A COMPLETE COMPUTING SYSTEM • C. B. SHEPPARO
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. III • HERMAN H. GOLDSTINE
THE AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE CONTROLLED CALCULATOR. HOWARD H. AIKEN
ELECTRO-MECHANICAL TABLES OF THE ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS • HOWARD H. AIKEN
TYPES OF CIRCUITS. GENERAL. J. PRESPER ECKERT JR
SWITCHING AND COUPLl~G CIRCUITS • T. K.- SHARPLESS
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. IV • ARTHUR W. BURKS
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. V • HERMAN H. GOLDSTINE
ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERRORS IN NUMERICAL INTEGRATION ON THE ENIAC • HANS RADEMACHER
RELIABILITY OF PARTS • J. PRESPER ECKERT JR
MEMORY DEVICES • C. BRADFORD SHEPPARD
SORTING AND COLLATING. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
ADDERS • J. P. ECKERT JR. C. B. SHEPPARD
MULTIPLIERS. J. P. ECKERT JR
CONVERSION BETWEEN BINARY AND DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS. JOHN W. MAUCHLY
MAGNETIC RECORDING • CHUAN CHU
TAPETYPERS AND PRINTING MECHANISMS. J. P. ECKERT JR
A REVIEW OF GOVERNME~T REQUIREMENTS AND ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTI~G MACHINERY.
J. H. CURTISS
NUMERICAL MATHEMATICAL METHODS. VIII. ARTHUR W. BURKS
CONTINUOUS VARIABLE INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES. J. P. ECKERT JR .
RELIABILITY AND CHECKING IN DIGITAL COMPUTING SYSTEMS. S. B. WILLIAMS
RELI ABIL ITY AND CHECK I.NG • J. P. ECKERT JR
CODE AND CONTROL II. MACHINE DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION CODES. J. W. MAUCHLY
CODE AND CONTROL IV. EXAMPLES OF A THREE-ADDRESS CODE AND THE USE OF 'STOP ORDER TAGS' • CALVIN N. MOOERS
THE SELECTRON • JAN RAJCHMAN
DISCUSSION OF IDEAS FOR THE NAVAL ORDNANCE LABORATORY COMPUTING MACHINE. CALVIN N. MOOERS
A PARALLEL CHANNEL COMPUTING MACHINE • J. P. ECKERT JR
A FOUR-CHANNEL CODED-DECIMAL ELECTROSTATIC MACHINE. C. B. SHEPPARD
DESCRIPTION OF SERIAL ACOUSTIC BINARY EDVAC • T. K. SHARPLESS

A PRELIMINARY APPROACH TO JAPANESE-ENGLISH AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION • SUSUMU KUNO
A NEW MODEL OF SYNTACTIC DESCRIPTION. F. R. PARKER-RHODES
RANDOM GENERATION OF ENGLISH SENTENCES. VICTOR H. YNGVE
THE CLASSIFICATION OF ENGLISH VERBS BY OBJECT TYPES. SEYMOUR CHATMAN
STRUCTURE AT THE LEXICAL LEVEL AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR TRANSFER GRAMMAR. EDWARD S. KLIMA
THE APPLICATION OF THE ARTICLE IN ENGLISH. JEHANE 8ARTON
RECOGNITION OF CLAUSES ANO PHRASES IN MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES. FRANZ L. ALT. IDA RHODES
THE IDENTIFICATION OF NESTEO STRUCTURES IN PREDICTIVE SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS. MURRAY E. SHERRY
A FOURTH LEVEL OF LI~GUISTIC ANALYSIS. MICHAEL ZARECHNAK
AUTOMATIC SENTENCE DIAGRAMMING. WARREN PLATH
A PRELIMINARY STRUCTURAL TRANSFER SYSTEM. WILLIAM D. FOUST. JULIA WALKLING
A NOTE ON CATEGDRIAL GRAMMARS. R. P. MITCHELL
HUMAN TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATION BY MACHINE. I • SILVIO CECCATO. BRUNA ZONTA
LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN CHEMICAL TERMINOLOGY. JOHN H. WAHLGREN
MACHINE TRANSLATION OF RUSSIAN ORGANIC CHEMICAL NAMES INTO ENGLISH BY ANALYSIS AND RESYNTHESIS OF THE
COMPONENT FRAGMENTS • LAWRENCE SUMMERS
INTRINSIC MACHINE ADDRESSING IN AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION. YVES LECERF
SOURCE-LANGUAGE SPECIFICATIONS WITH TABLE LOOKUP AND HIGH-CAPACITY DICTIONARY. LEW R. MICKLESEN
A TECHNIQUE FOR CONSISTENT SPLITTING OF RUSSIAN WORDS. DONALD W. DAVIES. ANTHONY M. DAY
THE GRAMMATICAL INTERPRETATION OF RUSSIAN INFLECTED FORMS USING A STEM DICTIONARY. JOHN MCDANIEL.
STEPHEN WHELAN
ON PROBLEMS OF ADDRESS IN AN AUTOMATIC DICTIONARY OF FRENCH. PIERRE MElLE
MULTIPLE MEANING IN MACHINE TRANSLATION. AMELIA JANIOTIS. HARRY H. JOSSELSON
MECHANISED SEMANTIC CLASSIFICATION. KAREN SPARCK-JONES
SEMANTIC MESSAGE DETECTION FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION. USING AN INTERLINGUA • MARGARET MASTERMAN
RUSSIAN -CR VERBS. IMPERSONALLY USED VERBS. AND SUBJECT-OBJECT AMBIGUITIES. IRINA LYNCH
HUMAN TRANSLATION AND TRANSLATION BY MACHINE. II • E. V. GLASERSFELD. SERGEI PERSCHKE. ELSA SAMET
ANALYSIS BY SYNTHESIS OF NATURAL LANGUAGES. G. H. MATTHEWS
ON THE SEMANTICAL INTERPRETATION OF LINGUISTIC ENTITIES THAT FUNCTION STRUCTURALLY. ELINOR (. CHARNEY
THE MECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF LANGUAGE. MICHAEL LEVISON
ON THE VALUE OF DEPENDENCY CONNECTIONS • DAVID G. HAYS
SYNTAX IN UNIVERSAL TRANSLATION. ITIROO SAKAI
CONSTRUCTION OF A TEXTUAL ANALYSIS ALGORITHM WITH THE AID OF A COMPUTING MACHINE. OLGA S. KULAGINA
INTRODUCTION TO AN AUTOMATIC ENGLISH SYNTAX IBY FRAGMENTATION) • ROBERT TABORY. MICHAEL CORSE
AUTOMATIC LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS. A HEURISTIC PROBLEM. PAUL L. GARVIN
ON THE MECHANIZATION OF SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS. SYDNEY MCO. LAMB
PROCEDURES FOR THE DETERMINATION OF DISTRIBUTIONAL CLASSES. KENNETH E. HARPER
AN APPROACH TO THE SEGMENTATION PROBLEM IN SPEECH ANALYSIS AND LANGUAGE TRANSLATION. GERARD SALTON,
R. W. THORPE
TRANSFORMATION CRITERIA FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF PREDICATIVE GENITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS IN RUSSIAN.
DEAN S. WORTH
MECHANISATION OF THOUGHT PROCESSES ITEDDINGTON, ENG. NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY)
TEDDINGTON. ENGLAND, NOVEMBER 24-27. 1958. LONDON, H. M. STATIONERY OFFICE. 1959.
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PROGRAMS WITH COMMON SENSE. J. MCCARTHY
THE ~ECHANISM OF HABITUATION. W. ROSS ASHBY
CONDITIDNAL PROBABILITY COMPUTING IN A NERVDUS SYSTEM. A. M. UHLEY
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE TRENDS. GRACE HOPPER
SOME TECHNICAL FEATURES OF THE MANCHESTER MERCURY AUTOCODE PROGRAMME. R. A. BROOKER
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. PROPERTIES AND PERFORMANCE OF FORTRAN SYSTEMS
AND II • J. BACKUS
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THE WORK OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR IN THE FIELD OF AUTOMATIC
PROGRAMMING' A. P. ERSHOV
TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES, A COMPARISON BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE TRANSLATION' R. H. RICHENS
PRONOUN REFERENCE IN GERMAN' L. BRANDWOOD
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATIO~ IN THE USSR' A. P. ERSHOV
SENSORY MECHANISMS AND SENSATION' I. C. WHITFIELD
AN ANALOGUE OF THE SPEECH RECOGNITION PROCESS • D. B. FRY, P. DENES
THE PERCEPTION OF SPEECH • P. LADEFOGED
TWO THEOREMS OF STATISTICAL SEPARABILITY IN THE PERCEPTRON • F. ROSENBLATT
LEARNING MACHINES • A. M. ANDREW
PANDEMONIUM, A PARADIGM FOR LEARNING' O. G. SELFRIDGE
SENSORY MECHANISMS, THE REDUCTION OF REDUNDANCY AND INTELLIGENCE • H. B. BARLOW
STIMULUS ANALYSING MECHANISMS' N. S. SUTHERLAND
AGATHA TYCHE, OF NERVOUS NETS, THE LUCKY RECKONERS' W. S. MCCULLOCH
MEDICAL OIAGNOSIS ANO CYBERNETICS' F. PAYCHA
MODELS ANO THE LOCALIZATION OF FUNCTION IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM' R. L. GREGORY
SOME QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE EXPLANATION OF LEARNING IN ANIMALS' A. J. WATSON
INFORMATION, REDUNDANCY AND OECAY OF THE MEMORY TRACE' JOHN BROWN
AUTOMATION IN THE LEGAL WORLD' L. MEHL
THE MECHANIZATION OF LITERATURE SEARCHING' Y. BAR-HILLEL
TO WHAT EXTENT CAN ADMINISTRATION BE MECHANIZED' J. H. H. MERRIMAN, D. W. G. WASS
POSSIBILITIES FOR THE PRACTICAL UTILIZATION OF LEARNING PROCESSES. S. GILL
AUTOMATIC CONTROL BY VISUAL SIGNALS' W. K. TAYLOR
AN ANALYSIS OF NON-MATHEMATICAL DATA-PROCESSING' E. A. NEWMAN
PHYSICAL ANALOGUES TO THE GROWTH OF A CONCEPT. G. PASK

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MULTICHANNEL ANALOG INPUT-OUTPUT CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER. M. L. MACKNIGHT, P. A. AOAMSON
AN ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTER WITH AN IMPROVED LINEAR-SWEEP GENERATOR • D. W. SLAUGHTER
DYNAMIC BINARY COUNTER WITH ANALOG READ-OUT. LEROY PACKER
ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE IN THE DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A LARGE SCALE ELECTROSTATIC MEMORY' J. C. LOGUE,
A. E. BRENNEMANN, A. C. KOELSCH
ANALOG COMPUTING WITH MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS USING MULTIPHASE A-C VOLTAGES • J. E. RICHARDSON
SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LOGICAL OR-AND-OR PYRAMIOS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS' CORNELIUS LEONDES,
MORRIS RUBINOFF
MAGNETIC SHIFT REGISTER USING ONE CORE PER BIT' R. D. KODIS, S. RUHMAN, W. D. WOO
A SIMPLE COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATICALLY PLOTTING CORRELATION FUNCTIONS. A. H. SCHOOLEY
DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAMS AND MARGINAL CHECKING IN THE WHIRLWIND I COMPUTER' N. L. DAGGETT, E. S. RICH
DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES FOR THE IBM TYPE 101 E.D.P.M • • L. R. WALTERS
DIAGNOSIS AND PREDICTION OF MALFUNCTIONS IN THE COMPUTING MACHINE AT THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY.
G. ESTRIN
CHECKING CIRCUITS AND DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINES' J. P. ECKERT JR
EXPERIENCE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING AND AUTOMATIC ROUTINING OF THE EOSAC • M. V. WILKES,
MONTGOMERY PHISTER JR, S. A. BARTON
THE ROLE OF GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL AND INFORMATION SYSTEM'
ARNOLD A. COHEN
DESIGN FEATURES OF CURRENT DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS' EDWARO L. BRAUN
DESIGN FEATURES OF THE JAINCOMP-C AND JAINCOMP-D ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS' DONALD H. JACOBS
ELECTROSTATIC REAOING OF PERFORATED MEDIA' SAMUEL LU8KIN
CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE SELECTION OF MAGNETIC CORE MATERIALS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER ELEMENTS'
o. J. VAN SANT JR
MAGNETIC CORE SELECTION SYSTEMS. S. GUTERMAN, R. D. KODIS
CIRCUITS TO PERFORM LOGICAL ANO CONTROL FUNCTIONS WITH MAGNETIC CORES' S. GUTERMAN, R. O. KDDIS,
S. RUHMAN
PACKAGED LOGICAL CIRCUITRYFDR A 4-MC COMPUTER. NORMAN ZIMBEL
TRANSISTOR SHIFT REGISTERS' C. HUANG, E. SLOBODZINSKI, 8. WHITE
EXPERIMENTS ON A THREE-CORE CELL FOR HIGH-SPEED MEMORIES. J. RAFFEL, S. BRADSPIES
BIMAG CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS. WILLIAM MIEHLE, JOHN PAIVINEN, JOSEPH WYLEN
TECHNIQUES • S. S. GUTERMAN, W. M. CAREY JR
A ONE TURN MAGNETIC READING AND RECORDING HEAD FOR COMPUTER USE • D. F. BROWER
THE TYPOTRON, A NOVEL CHARACTER DISPLAY STORAGE TUBE • H. M. SMITH
THE ELECTROGRAPHIC RECORDING TECHNIQUE. H. EPSTEIN, F. INNES
SURFACE-BARRIER TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS' RALPH H. BETER, WILLIAM E. BRADLEY, RALPH B. BROWN
SEMI-CONOUCTOR DIODE AMPLIFIER CONSIDERATIONS' HENRY W. KAUFMANN
AN ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT FOR THE GENERATION OF FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES • HANS F. MEISS INGER
ANALOGUE MULTIPLYING CIRCUITS USING SWITCHING TRANSISTORS' K. CHEN, R. O. DECKER
LOGIC DESIGN OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER. A. D. BEARO, L. S. BENSKY, D. L. NETTLETON, G. E. POORTE
INPUT AND OUTPUT OEVICES OF THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM • J. A. BRUSTMAN, K. L. CHIEN, D. FLECHTNER
BURROUGHS G-101 HIGH SPEED PRINTER. E. M. DIGIULIO
A MAGNETIC-DRUM SORTING SYSTEM' B. COX, J. GOLDBERG
A MAGNETIC DRUM EXTENSION TO THE GAMMA 3 COMPUTER. P. L. DREYFUS, H. G. FEISSEL, B. M. LECLERC
AN RCA HIGH-PERFORMANCE TAPE TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT. S. BAYBICK, R. E. MONTIJO
A MAGNETIC PULSE-CURRENT REGULAlOR • J. D. LAWRENCE JR, T. H. BONN
DIODELESS MAGNETIC CORE LOGICAL CIRCUITS' L. A. RUSSELL
CIRCUIT DESIGN EMPLOYING A DIGITAL COMPUTER TO ATTAIN LONGEST MEAN TIME TO FAILURE • J. ALMAN, P. PHIPPS,
D. WILSON
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION DEVICES. E. C. GREANIAS, Y. M. HILL
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN CONTINUOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS' E. L. BRAUN
COMPUTERS IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRY • W. F. GUNNING
ASPECTS OF REAL-TIME SIMULATION' W. F. BAUER
DIGITAL INFORMATION PROCESSING FOR MACHINE-TOOL CONTROL' A. K. SUSSKIND
COMPUTATION WITH PULSE ANALOGS' N. RUBENFELD
A CYCLIC DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG DECODER • G. H. MYERS
AN AUTOMATIC ANALOG COMPUTER METHOD FOR SOLVING POLYNOMIALS AND FINDING ROOT LOCI' L. LEVINE,
H. F. MEISSINGER
MAGNETICALLY CONTROLLED COUNTERS' E. A. SANDS
SYSTEMATIC TRACING OF DISCREPANCIES IN ANALOG COMPUTERS' E. GROSSWALD, M. PLOTKIN
A PREVE~TIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR LARGE GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS' R. P. SYKES
THE TRICE, A HIGH SPEED INCREMENTAL COMPUTER' J. M. MITCHELL, S. RUHMAN
DIGITAL MOON-RADAR ANTENNA PROGRAMMER WITH ANALOG RATE SIGNAL INTEGRATOR' D. GUZMANN
A BALANCEO PRECISION REFERENCE REGULATOR FOR COMPUTER APPLICATION' D. A. NODEN
A SOLID STATE ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION DEVICE' M. PALEVSKY
IMAGINARY AXIS TRANSLATION OF TRANSFER FUNCTIONS' J. L. RYERSON
A HIGH SPEED N-POLE, N-POSITION MAGNETIC CORE MATRIX SWITCH' A. L. LANE, A. TURCZYN
MOLECULAR STORAGE AND READ-OUT WITH MICROWAVES. C. H. BECKER, R. L. PIERCE, J. R. MARTIN
CALCULATION OF FLUX PATTERNS IN FERRITE MULTIPATH STRUCTURES. S. A. ABBAS, O. L. CRITCHLOW
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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SYMPOSI.OM ON MANAGERIAL ASPECTS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS IU. S. NAVY MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING
ADVISORY PANEL.)
WASHINGTON, D.C., MARCH 30, 1953. OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, 1953.
QA16.U516
LC CARD NO. 54-61569 REV

OMR 53

OMR 53
ONR 53
ONR 53
O:~R 53
ONR 53
ONR 53

1
5
10
14
23
30

SYMPOSIUM ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR OIGITAL COMPUTERS IU. S. NAVY MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING ADVISORY PANEL.)
WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 13-14, 1954. OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, 1954.
QA15.U12 1954
LC CARD NO. 56-60189 REV
OTS PB 111601 S11.50
AD 48481

OIlR 54

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ONR
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54
54
54
54
54
54
54

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6
15
22
30
34
40

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54
54
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69
14
84
99
106
114
111

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150

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56
56
56
56
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THE INTERLUDE 1954 TO 1956 • GRACE M. HOPPER
AUTOMATIC CODING PRINCIPLES. JOSEPH H. WEGSTEIN
DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON LANGUAGE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS. CHARLES E. THOMPSON
PRODUCTION OF LARGE COMPUTER PROGRAMS. H. D. BENNINGTON
SHARE, A STUDY IN THE REDUCTION OF REDUNDANT PROGRAMMING EFFORT THROUGH THE PROMOTION OF
INTER-INSTALLATION COMMUNICATION. FLETCHER JONES
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES WITH SMALLER COMPUTERS. JOHN W. CARR III, B. ARDEN
COMPUTING AT LOS ALAMOS, GROUP T-1 • MAX GOLDSTEIN
CODING FOR THE MANIAC • MARK WELLS
PROPOSED ADVANCED CODING SYSTEM FOR UNIVAC-LARC • FRANCES E. HOLBERTON
RCA APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL PROBLEMS. JOHN H. WAITE JR
THE PACT COMPILER FOR THE 701 • R. G. SELFRIDGE
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL ENCODING SYSTEM II • E. K. BLUM
ON A PROPERTY OF NATURAL LANGUAGE AND ITS USE FOR THE DESIGN OF IMPROVED MACHINE LANGUAGE IASSOCIATIVE
MACHINE LANGUAGES) • ROBERT SERRELL

11
11

DATA PROCESSING SEMINAR ON STATUS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER AND DATA PROCESSING DEVELOPMENTS
IN THE SOVIET UNION,
WASHINGTON, D.C., NOVEMBER 12, 1958. OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, 1959.
QA14.D3 1958
LC CARD NO. 59-64175
OTS PB 151634 S12.50
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ONR SYMPOSIUM REPORT ACR-31

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121

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153

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REPORT
REPORT
REPORT
REPORT

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BY
BY
BY

JOHN W. CARR III
A. J. PERLIS
JAMES E. ROBERTSON
NORM.AN R. SCOTT

SYMPOSIUM ON SUPERCONDUCTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR COMPUTING SYSTEMS
WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 11-19, 1960. OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, 1960.
LC CARD NO. 60-64529
OTS PB 161763 S4.50
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AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, DEFINITIONS • GRACE MURRAY HOPPER
ANALYTICAL DIFFERENTIATION BY A DIGITAL COMPUTER. HARRY G. KAHRIMANIAN
COMPILER METHOD OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING • NORA B. MOSER
EDITING GENERATORS • JOHN WAITE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COMPILER SYSTEM •. ROY GOLDFINGER
APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC CODING TO LOGICAL PROCESSES • FRANCES E. HOLBERTON
THE M.I.T. SYSTEMS OF AUTOMATIC COOING, COMPREHENSIVE, SUMMER SESSION, AND ALGEBRAIC. CHARLES W. ADAMS,
J. H. LANING JR
INTERPRETIVE ROUTINES IN THE ILLIAC LIBRARY • DAVID E. MULLER
PLANNING UNIVERSAL SEMI-AUtOMATIC CODING • SAUL GORN
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND ITS DEVELOPMENT ON THE MIOAC • J. H. BROWN, JOHN W. CARR III
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ON THE 8URROUGHS LABORATORY COMPUTER • HUBERT M. LIVINGSTON
IBM 101 SPEEDCODING AND OTHER AUTOMATIC-PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS • JOHN W. BACKUS, HARLAN HERRICK
THE LMO EDIT COMPILER • MERRITT ELMORE
PROGRAMMING FOR THE IBM 701 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINE WITH REPETITIVELY USED FUNCTIONS •
ALLEN KELLER, RICHARD A. BUTTERWORTH
BIBLIOGRAPHY

SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCED PROGRAMMING METHODS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS IU. S. NAVY MATHEMATICAL COMPUTING
ADVISORY PANEL.)
WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 28-29, 1956. OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, 1956.
QA76.5.U5 1956
LC CARD NO. 57-60651
OTS PB 121610 S8.10
AD 135280
ONR SYMPOSIUM REPORT ACR-15

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OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS COMPUTATION LABORATORY ISEAC) • JOHN TODD
THE SEAC INSTALLATION, ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS • S. N. ALEXANOER
OPERATION OF IBM TECHNICAL COMPUTING BUREAU • GEORGE W. PETRIE
OPERATION OF THE BALLISTIC RESEARCH LABORATORIES DIGITAL COMPUTER INSTALLATIOI'f • WERNER W. LEUTERT
OPERATION OF THE NAVAL PROVING GROUND COMPUTER INSTALLATION • RALPH A. NIEMANN
CENSUS EXPERIENCE OPERATING A U~IVAC SYSTEM •. JAMES L. MCPHERSON

DNR SYMPOSIUM REPORT ACR-50

OUTLINE OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SUPERCONDUCTIVITY • BERNARD SERIN
THE USE OF SUPERCOMDUCTIVE DEVICES IN RESEARCH AT LOW TEMPERATURES • I. M. TEMPLETON
PHYSICS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CROSSED FILM CRYOTRON, A REVIEW. V. L. NEWHOUSE, J. W. BREMER,
H. H. EDWAROS
CLOSED CYCLE HELIUM REFRIGERATION. HOWARD O. MC"AHDN, WILLIAM E. GIFFORO
AN APPROACH TO THE EKPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PERSISTENT-CURRENT DEVICES • C. R. VAIL, M. S. P. L~CAS,
H. A. OWEN, W. C. STEWART
THERMAL AND ELECTRODYNAMIC ASPECTS OF THE SUPERCONDUCTIVE TRANSITION PROCESS. W. H. CHERRY,
J. I. GITTLEMAN
SOME BRITISH RESEARCH IN SUPERCONDUCTIVE SWITCHING DEVICES. D. H. PARKINSON
BRITISH RESEARCH ON SUPERCONDUCTIVE SWITCHING DEVICES • P. R. STUART
A NEW TYPE OF BISTABLE ELEMENT INVOLVING THERMAL PROPAGATION OF A NORMAL REGION IN A THIN SUPERCONDUCTING
FILM. R. F. BROOM, E. H. RHODERICK
INITIAL STUDIES OF THE PREPARATION AND PROPERTIES OF VANADIU" THIN FILMS. J. D. BLADES, J. GERBER,
C. T. THOMPSON
CURRENT INDUCED SWITCHING OF SUPERCONDUCTIVE THIN FILMS. F. W. SCHMIDLIN, ARTHUR J. LEARN,
E. C. CRITTENDEN JR, J. N. COOPER
HIGH-FREQUENCY BEHAVIOR OF VERY THIN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS AND CHANGES IN CRITICAL TEMPERATURE PRODUCED BY
ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING. R. E. GLOVER III
RESEARCH ON SUPERCONDUCTIVE DEVICES IN SWEDEN. R. E. JACOBSSON
SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS LESS THAN 100 ANGSTROM UNITS THICK. DAVID ABRAHAM
CONTINUOUS SHEET SUPERCONDUCTIVE MEMORY • L. L. BURNS, G. W. LECK, G. A. ALPHONSE, R. W. KATZ
FORMATION OF THIN POLYMER FILMS BY ELECTRON BOMBARDMENT. R. W. CHRISTY
CHARACTERISTICS OF FILM CRYOTRONS • M. L. COHEN, J. L. MILES
THIN FILM CRYOTRON CATALOG MEMORY • A. E. SLADE, C. R. SMALLMAN
ANALYSIS OF A CROSSED FILM CRYOTRON SHIFT REGISTER. H. H. EDWARDS, V. L. NEWHOUSE, J. W. BREMER
THIN FILM CRYOTRON TIME CONSTANTS. W. B. ITTNER III
CHARACTERISTICS OF BULK AND THIN FILM SUPERCONDUCTING ALLOYS. A. M. TOXEN
EFFECT OF RESIDUAL GASES ON SUPERCONDUCTING FILM CHARACTERISTICS. HOLLIS L. CASWELL
EFFECT OF DEFECTS ON' THE SUPERCONDUCTING PROPERTIES OF TANTALUM. D. P. SERAPHIM
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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WASHINGTON, D.C., OCTOBER 23-24, 1962. BALTIMORE, SPARTAN BOOKS. 1963.
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PLANNING A COMPUTER SYSTEM. PROJECT STRETCH (INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION)
NEW YORK, MCGRAW-HILL, 1962.
QA76.B.1215
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LOS ANGELES, APRIL 30 - MAY 2, 1952.
LOS ANGELES. IRE PROFESSIONAL GROUP ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS, 1952.

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KEYNOTE. ENGINEERING TOMORROW'S COMPUTERS. H. D. HUSKEY
DESIGN FEATURES OF A MAGNETIC DRUM MEMORY FOR THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS WESTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
(SWAC) • R. THoRENSEN
PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDING. NORMAN E. GIBBS
SURVEY OF TAPE DRIVE SYSTEMS. H. H. SARKISSIAN
AN ELECTRO-MECHANICAL MULTIPLIER FOR ANALOG COMPUTER APPLICATION. S. E. DORSEY
THE THERMAL ANALYZER. A SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG COMPUTER. W. L. MARTIN. R. BROMBERG
PANEL DISCUSSION, UTILIZATION OF GERMANIUM DIOOES
PANEL DISCUSSION, DESIGNING FOR MAXIMUM RELIABILITY
AN APPROACH TO THE USE OF THE IBM CARD-PROGRAMMED ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR IN THE SOLUTION OF ENGINEERING
PROBLEMS • MURRAY L. LESSER
SOME GENERAL PRECEPTS FOR PROGRAMMERS • E. C. YOWELL
PROGRAMMING FOR ON-LINE COMPUTATIONS. H. LUXENBERG
THE HUMAN CoMPUTER'S OREAMS OF THE FUTURE. IDA RHODES
AUTOMATIC PROGRAM Co~TROL UTILIZING A VARIABLE REFERENCE FOR ADDRESSING. A. S. ZUKIN
PROGRAMMING FOR FINDING CHARACTERISTIC VALUES OF MATHI~US EQUATION ANO THE SPHEROIDAL WAVE [QUATloN •
GERTRUDE BLANCH
THE BENSON-LEHNER PHoToFoRMER • D. L. PITMAN
AN ACCU~ATE DIGITAL-ANALOG FUNCTION GENERATOR. W. A. FARRAND
SOME TECHNIQUES OF ANALoG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION. HARRY BURKE JR
THE TELEPLoTTER, A DIGITAL PLOTTING DEVICE. DONALO F. BELLOFF
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE NEW IBM SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR. M. M. ASTRAHAN. N. ROCHESTER
COMPUTER INOUSTRY DIRECTORY

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PROJECT STRETCH • W. BUCHHOLZ
ARCHITECTURAL PHILOSOPHY. F. P. BROOKS JR
SYSTEM SUMMARY OF IBM 1030 • W. BUCHHOLZ
NATURAL OATA UNITS • G. A. BLAAUW. F. P. BROOKS JR, W. BUCHHOLZ
CHOOSING A NUMBER BASE • W. BUCHHOLZ
CHARACTER SET • R. W. BEMER, W. BUCHHOLZ
VARIABLE-FIELD-LENGTH OPERATION. G. A. BLAAUW. F. P. BROOKS JR. W. BUCHHOLZ
FLOATING-POINT OPERATION. S. G. CAMPBELL
INSTRUCTION FORMATS. W. 8UCHHOLZ
INSTRUCTION SEQUENCING. F. P. BROOKS JR
INDEXING • G. A. BLAAUW.
INPUT-OUTPUT CONTROL • W. BUCHHOLZ
MULTIPROGRAMMING. E. F. CoDO, E. S. LOWRY, E. MCDONOUGH, C. A. SCALZI
THE CENTRAL PRDCESSI~G U~IT • E. BLOCH
THE LOOK-AHEAD UNIT • R. S. 8ALLANCE, J. COCKE, H. G. KOLSKY
THE EXCHANGE • W. BUCHHOLZ
A NONARITHMETICAL SYSTEM EXTENSION. S. G. CAMPBELL. P. S. HERWITZ, J. H. POMERENE

1
5
17
33

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PARALLEL ORGANIZED OPTICAL COMPUTERS. HERBERT M. TEAGER
OPTICAL FILTERING BY DOUBLE DIFFRACTION. ANDRE MARECHAL
ELEMENTARY DERIVATION OF WAVE SHAPE AND COHERENCE PROPERTIES OF NATURAL LIGHT USING THE TOOLS OF
COMMUNICATION THEORY. STANFORD GOLDMAN
STORAGE AND LOGIC IN AN OPTICAL DIGITAL COMPUTER. LEWIS C. CLAPP
SOME PROPERTIES OF FIBER OPTICS AND LASERS, PART A • ELIAS SNITZER
SOME PROPERTIES OF FIBER OPTICS AND LASERS. PART B • CHARLES J. KOESTER
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL FROM PHASE-MODULATING MEDIA. H. M. A. EL-SUM
THE PROBLEM OF LIGHT-BEAM DEFLECTION AT HIGH FREQUENCIES. UWE J. SCHMIDT
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF SINGLE-SIDEBAND SUPPRESSED-CARRIER OPTICAL MODULATION. V. J. FOWLER,
C. F. BUHRER, L. R. BLOOM. D. BAIRD. E. M. CONWELL
LIGHT-INDUCED PROCESSES IN CUPROUS OXIDE • NICOLAOS A. ECONOMOU
VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN THE BEETLE LIXUS • JAMES C. BLISS
LINEAR DISCRIMINATION OPTICAL-ELECTRONIC IMPLEMENTATION TECHNIQUES. T. R. BABCOCK, R. C. FRIEND,
P. HEGGS
COMPONENT EVALUATION FOR AN OPTICAL DATA PROCESSOR. ROBERT J. POTTER
VIBRATING OPTIC FIBE~S, A NEW CONCEPT FOR AUDIO-FREQUENCY INFORMAtiON PROCESSING AND PATTERN RECOGNITION·
ROBERT o. HAWKINS
BROAOBA~O DEMODULATORS FOR MICROWAVE-MODULATED LIGHT • B. J. MCMURTRY, A. E. SIEGMAN
CONSIDERATIONS IN OPTOELECTRONIC LOGIC AND MEMORY ARRAYS. T. E. BRAY
A NATURAL IMAGE COMPUTER • J. K. HAWKINS. C. J. MUNSEY
A HIGH-SPEED, LARGE-CAPACITY FIXED STORE FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER. G. R. HOFFMAN. O. C. JEFFREYS
FEASIBILITY OF NEURISToR LASER COMPUTERS. WALTER F. KOSONOCKY

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USE OF SUPERCONoUCTI~G TRANSMISSION LINE FOR MEASURING PENETRATION DEPTHS. D. R. YOUNG, J. C. SWIHART,
S. TANSAL, N. H. MEYERS
EDGE EFFECTS IN SUPERCoNDUCTING FILMS • RALPH B. DELANO JR
AN ANALOG SOLUTION FOR THE STATIC LONDON EQUATIONS OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. NORMAN H. MEYERS
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR SIMULATING CRYDTRON CIRCUITS. M. K. HAYNES
PROPERTIES OF THIN FILM CRYDTRONS • ANDREW E. BRENNEMANN
OPERATION AND ANALYSIS OF PLANAR CRyoTRDNS AND SIMPLE CRYOTRON CIRCUITS. G. B. ROSENBERGER
CRYOTRON STORAGE. ARITHMETIC AND LOGICAL CIRCUITS. M. K. HAYNES

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE IINSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS.)
COMPUTER ISSUES OCTOBER 1953. JANUARY 1961. AND COMPUTER SECTION OF THE ANNIVERSARY ISSUE MAY 1962.
TK5700.16
LC CARD NO. 29-10857.
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COMPUTI~G BIT BY BIT OR DIGITAL COMPUTERS MADE EASY. ARTHUR L. SAMUEL
CAN MACHINES THINK • M. V. WILKES
CoMPUTE~S AND AUTOMATA. CLAUDE E. SHANNON
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AND TELEPHONE SWITCHING. W. D. LEWIS
FUNDAME~TALS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. WALKER H. THOMAS
INFLUENCE OF PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES ON THE DESIGN OF COMPUTERS. GRACE M. HOPPER, JOHN W. MAUCHLY
ANALOGUE VS. DIGITAL COMPUTERS, A COMPARISON. MORRIS RUBINoFF
THE SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE IBM TYPE 701 COMPUTER. WERNER BUCHHOLZ
E~GINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE IBM TYPE 701 COMPUTER. CLARENCE E. FRIZZELL

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

03

81 BLIOGRAPHY
PIRE530 1287 THE ARITHMETIC ELEMENT OF THE IBM TYPE 701 COMPUTER. HAROLD D. ROSS JR
PIRE,30 1294 THE SWAC. DESIGN FEATURES AND OPERATING EXPERIENCE. H. D. HUSKEY. R. THORENSEN. B. F. AMBROSIO.
E. C. YOWELL
PIRE530 1300 SEAC • SIDNEY GREENWALD. R. C. HAUETER. S. N. ALEXANDER
PIRE530 1313 ELECTRO~IC CIRCUITS DF THE NAREC COMPUTER. PAUL C. SHERERTZ
PIREBO 1320 OIAGNOSTIC PROGRAMS FOR THE ILL lAC • OAVID J. WHEELER. JAMES E. R08ERTSON
PIRE530 1325 THE LOGISTICS COMPUTER. R. S. ERICKSON
PIRE530 1332 THE REMINGTON RAND TYPE 409-Z ELECTRONIC COMPUTER • LORING P. CROSMAN
PIRE530 1341 AI'I AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM EMPLOYING MAGNETiC DRUM MEMORY. W. A. MALTHANER. H. E. VAUGHAN
PIRE530 1348 MACHINE AID FOR SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN. CLAUDE E. SHANNON. EDWARD F. MOORE
PIRE530 1352 THE DESIGN OF THE BE,'fDIX DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER. MAX PALEVSKY
PIRE530 1357 THEORY OF LOGICAL NETS • ARTHUR W. BURKS. JESSE B. WRIGHT
PIRE530 131.1. ELEMENTS OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA FOR THE STUDY OF INFORMATION-HANOLING SYSTEMS. ROBERT SERRELL
PIRE530 1380 DYNAMIC CIRCUIT TECH,.IQUES USED IN SEAC AND DYSEAC • ROBERT D. ELBOURN. RICHARD P. WITT
PIRE530 1388 THE DESIGN OF LOGICAL OR-A NO-OR PYRAMIDS FOR DIGITAL.COMPUTERS • S. E. GLUCK. H. J. GRAY JR.
C. T. LEONDES. M. RUBINOFF
PIRE530 1393 A SURVEY OF DIGITAL COMPUTER MEMORY SYSTEMS. J. P.ECKERT JR
P IREBO 1407 A MYRIABIT MAGNETIC-CORE MATRIX MEMORY • JAN A. RAJCHMAN
PIRE530 1421 PHOTOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES FOR INFORMATION STORAGE. GILBERT W. KING. GEORGE W. BROWN. LOUIS N. RIDENOUR
PIRE530 1429 THE LOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF A NEW KIND OF BINARY COUNTER. WILLIS H. WARE
P IRE 530 1438 COMBINED READING AND WRITING ON A MAGNETIC DRUM. J. H. MCGUIGAN
PIRE~30 1444 A TRANSISTOR PULSE AMPLIFER USING EXTERNAL REGENERATION. J. H. VOGELSONG
PIRE530 1450 CODED DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS. GARLAND S. WHITE
PIRE530 1453 AN ELECTROMAGNETIC CLUTCH FOR HIGH ACCELERATIONS. S. M. OSTER. L. D. WILSON
PIRE530 1455 A SURVEY OF ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTERS • HARRY E. BU~KE JR
PIRE530 141.2 AN ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER FOR SERIAL COMPUTING MACHINES. H. J. GRAY JR. P. V. LEVONIAN. M. RUBINOfF
PIRE530 141.5 EFFECTIVENESS Of TWO-STEP SMOOTHING IN DIGITAL CONTROL COMPUTERS • ROBERT E. SPERO
PIRE530 1470 AN AM-FM ELECTRONIC ANALOG MULTIPLIER. WILLIAM A. MCCOOL
PIRE530 1477 THE MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER AS AN ANALOG COMPUTER COMPONENT • LEONARD J. CRAIG
PIRE530 1483 AN INPUT-OUTPUT UNIT FOR ANALOG COMPUTERS. P. R. VANCE. D. L. HAAS
PIRE530 1487 APPLICATION OF ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS TO ENGINEERING PROBLEMS. C. A. MENELEY. C. D. MORRILL
PIRE530 1497 THE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY DIFFERENCE METHODS USING THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL
ANALYZER. ROBERT M. HOWE. VINCENT S. HANEMAN JR
PIRE530 1509 ANALOG COMPUTING APPLIED TO NOISE STUDIES. R. R. BENNETT
PIRE530 1514 ECONOMIC ANALOGS • OTTO J. M. SMITH
PIREbll
8 STEPS TOWARD ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. MARVIN MINSKY
P IREbll 31 SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS. A REVIEW AND COMMENTARY. J. K. HAWKINS
PIREbll 49 THE SIMULATION OF NEURAL ELEMENTS BY ELECTRICAL NETWORKS BASED ON MULTI-APERTURE MAGNETIC CORES •
A. E. BRAIN
PIREblI 53 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF COMPUTER ARITHMETIC AND CONTROL UNITS. F. S. BECKMAN.
F. P. BROOKS JR. W. J. LAWLE~S JR
P IREbll b7 HIGH-SPEED ARITHMETIC IN BINARY COMPUTERS. O. L. MACSORLEY
P IREblI 91 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN BINARY DIVISION ALGORITHMS. C. V. FREIMAN
P IRE61I 104 COMPUTER MEMORIES. A SURVEY OF THE STATE-OF-THE-ART • JAN A. RAJCHMAN
P IREblI 128 A COMPUTER SUBSYSTEM USING KILOMEGACYClE SUBHARMONIC OSCILLATORS. I. ABEYTA. F. BORGINI. o. R. CROSBY
P IREbll 13b A SURVEY OF TUNNEL-DIODE DIGITAL TECHNIQUES. R. C. SIMS. E. R. BECK JR, V. C. KAMM
PIREbll 141. CALCULATED WAVEFORMS FOR TUNNEL DIODE LOCKED PAIR • H. R. KAUPP. D. R. CROSBY
PIREbll 155 MAGNETIC FILM MEMORY DESIGN. J. 1. RAFFEL. T. S. CROWTHER. A. H. ANDERSON. T. O. HERNDON
P IREblI 11.4 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FLEXIBLE-DISK MAGNETIC RECORDER. R. T. PEARSON
P IREbll 175 PATTERN RECOGNITION USING AUTOCORRELATION. L. P. HORWITZ. G. L. SHELTON JR
PIREblI 185 COMPUTER GENERATED DISPLAYS. R. T. LOEWE. R. L. SISSON. P. HOROWITZ
PIREblI 191. DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES. J. M. WIER
PIREbll 210 ARBITRA~Y BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF N VARIABLES REALIZABLE IN TERMS OF THRESHOLD DEVICES. OSCAR B. STRAM
PIREalI 221 FLOW TA8LE LOGIC • P. R. LOW. G. A. MALEY
PIREbll 228 CYCLIC CODES FOR ERRaR DETECTION. W. W. PETERSON. D. T. BROWN
PIREbll 236 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LOGIC CIRCUIT PERFORMANCE IN DIGITAL SYSTEMS. E. NUSSBAUM. E. A. IRLAND.
C. E. YOUNG
PIREblI 245 TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF CRYOTRON NETWORKS BY COMPUTER SIMULATION. MUNRO K. HAYNES
PIREblI 258 HIGH-DE~SITY MAGNETIC RECORDING TECHNIQUES • A. S. HOAGLAND, G. C. BACON
PIRE611 21.8 A NEW ACTIVE-PASSIVE NETWORK SIMULATOR FOR TRANSIENT FIELD PROBLEMS. WALTER J. KARPLUS
PIRE611 271. ALGEBRAIC FUNCTION CALCULATIONS USING POTENTIAL ANALOG PAIRS. MERLE L. MORGAN
P IIl.EblI 283 THE EVOLUTION OF PRO~RAMMING SYSTEMS. WILLIAM ORCHARD-HAYS
PIRE611 296 ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS • W. F. BAUER. D. L. GERLOUGH. J. W. GRANHOLM
P IRE611 305 COMPUTERS IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS. JOHN G. TRUXAL
P IREblI 313 DIGITAL COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBING. NAVIGATION AND MISSILE GUIDANCE SUBSYSTEM FOR THE B-70
AIR VEHICLE. T. B. LEWIS
PI RE611 319 DIGITAL SIMULATION IN RESEARCH ON HUMAN COMMUNICATION • EDWARD E. DAVID JR
PIRE611 330 EUROPEAN ELECTRO~IC DATA PROCESSING. A REPORT ON THE INDUSTRY AND THE STATE-OF-THE-ART.
ISAAC L. AUERBACH
PI RE625 1039 THE EVOLUTION OF COMPUTING MACHINES AND SYSTEMS. R. SfRRELL. M. M. ASTRAHAN. G. W. PATTERSON. 1. B. PYNE
PIREbZ5 1059 THE EVOLUTION OF CONCEPTS AND LANGUAGES OF COMPUTING. R. D. EL80URN. W. H. WARE
P IRE625 1067 OEVELOPMENT IN HIGH-SPEED SWITCHING ELEMENTS. ARTHUR W. LO
PIREbZ5 1073 NEW CONCEPTS IN COMPUTING SYSTEM DESIGN. GENE M. AMDAHL
PIRE625 1077 THE IMPACT OF HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES ON THE ANALOG-COMPUTER ART. GRANINO A. KORN
PIRE625 1087 MASS STORAGE • A. S. HOAGLAND
I'IRE625 1093 EYES AND EARS FOR COMPUTERS • E. E. DAVID JR. o. G. SELFRIDGE
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PROGRAMMED LEARNING AND COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION ICONFERENCE ON APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO
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WASHINGTON, D.C •• OCTOBER 10-12, 1961. NEW YORK. WILEY. 1962.
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THE CHALLENGE OF AUTOMATION IN EDUCATION. LAUNOR F. CARTER
CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME RECENT STUDIES OF INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS. HARRY F. SILBERMAN
OPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF ITEMS IN A SINGLE, TWO-CONCEPT AUTOMATED TEACHING MODEL. ROBERT E. DEAR,
KICHARD C. ATKINSON
NEW DIRECTIONS IN TEACHING-MACHINE RESEARCH. JAMES G. HOLLAND
INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC PROGRAMMING. NORMAN A. CROWDER
SOME RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION. INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMMING AND SUBJECT-MATTER STRUCTURE.
ROBERT GLASER
EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS REGARDING FORM OF RESPONSE. SIZE OF STEP. AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN AUTOMATED
PROGRAMS. LESLIE J. BRIGGS. ROBERT A. GOLDBECK. VINCENT N. CAMPBELL. DARYL G. NICHOLS
TEACHING SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS BY AUTOINSTRUCTION IN THE PRIMARY GRAOES. AN EXPERIMENTAL STRATEGY IN
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT • EVAN R. KEISLAR, JOHN D. MCNEIL
RESEARCH IN PROGRAM~ED LEARNING • ARNOLD ROE
BEHAVIOR THEORY AND THE AUTOMATION OF INSTRUCTION. DONALD A. COOK
ADAPTIVE TEACHING MACHINES • JOHN SENDERS
SOME THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL PROBLEMS IN PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION. A. A. LUMSD4INE
POTENTIAL USES OF COMPUTERS AS TEACHING MACHINES • JOSEPH W. RIGNEY
ON CONVERSATIONAL INTERACTION. WILLIAM R. UTTAl
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE WESCON COMPUTER SESSIONS IWESTERN ELECTRONIC SHOW AND CoNVENTION.1
LOS ANGELES. AUGUST 25-27. 1954.
TK1B85.AIW4
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OPERATIONAL LOGGING AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES USED IN GOVERNMENT A.D.P. INSTALLATIONS AND PROVISIONAL
RESULTS SO FAR DBTAINED • J. H. H. MERRIMAN. C. W. MORTBY
MANAGEMFNT AND O~GANIZATloN PR08LEMS • C. P. H. MARKS
EXPERIE~CE WITH ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEMS IN A BUSINESS COMPUTER INSTALLATION. H. E. C. NASH
CHECKING IN AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION. L. FOX. J. S. ROLLETT
PROGRAMMING STRATEGY FOR PROTECTION AGAINST COMPUTER A,'m OPERATOR ERRORS. P. M. HUNT
PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST OPERATOR-USER ERRORS. B. R. TOZER
SOME ENGINEERING FACTORS OF IMPORTANCE IN RELATION TO THE RELIABILITY OF GOVERNMENT A.D.P. SYSTEMS.
J. W. FREEBOOY. K. M. HERON
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ON A COMPUTER. R. P. GIBSON. E. H. LENAERTS
SYSTEMATIC DETAILED RECORDING OF CIRCUIT SAFETY MARGINS AS AN AID TD COMPUT~R MAINTENANCE.
J. W. A. RICHARDSON
COMPONENT RELIABILITY • G. W. A. DUMMER
THE RELATIVE IMPDRTA~CE OF RELIABILITY AND ACCURACY FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF SYSTEM. E. P. G. WRIGHT.
A. Y. COOPER
EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF MARGINAL-TESTING TECHNIQUES IN VALVE AND TRANSISTOR EQUIPMENT. J. P. BUNT
SOME FACTORS AFFECTING RELIABILITY. A. A. ROBINSON. R. E. HODGKINSON
STATISTICS AND CIRCUIT DESIGN. A. KRUITHOF
THE INFLUENCE OF CDMPUTER DESIGN ON RELIABILITY AND MAINTENANCE. P. H. U. MAGUIRE
COMPUTER METHOOS APPLIED TO THE DESIGN OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS FOR RELIABILITY. G. W. MONK. N. E. WISEMAN
DESIG~ FDR RELIABILITY IN COMPUTER PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENf • D. W. WILLIS
SOME TECHNIQUES USED IN IMPROVING THE RELIABILITY OF INPUT AND OUTPUT EQUIPMENT. C. C. JONES
FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELIABILITY OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT. F. W. PEARSON
SYMBOLIC LANGUAGES IN DATA PROCESSING ISYMPOSIUM ON ••• 1
ROME. MARCH 26-31. 191.2. NEW YORK. GORDON AND BREACH SCIENCE PUBLISHERS. 1962.
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65

A DEPENDENT VARIABLE ANALOG FUNCTION GENERATOR • C. J. SAVANT JR. R. C. HOWARD
AUTOMATIC ITERATION ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER. LOUIS B. WADEL
A LOGARITHMIC VOLTAGE QUANTIZER • E. M. GLASER. H. BLASBALG
A DIGITAL CONVERTER. JACK B. SPELLER
EFFICIENT LINKAGE OF GRAPHICAL DATA WITH DIGITAL COMPUTERS. E. D. LUCAS JR
TRANSISTOR FLIP-FLOPS FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS. EDMUND U. COHLER
DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC DATA STORAGE • GERHARD L. HOLLANDER
PULSE RESPONSES OF FERRITE MEMORY CORES • JAMES ROBERT FREEMAN
COMPUTER-PROGRAMMED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR INTERNAL MEMORY SECTIONS OF THE ERA 1103 COMPUTER SYSTEM.
SEYMOUR R. CRAY
AN INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A OIGITAL CONTROL COMPUTER. L. P. RETZINGER JR
CHARACTERISTICS OF A LOGISTICS COMPUTER. EUGENE LEONARD
THE BENDIX G-15 GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER. HARRY D. HUSKEY. DAVID C. EVANS
THE RELIABILITY AND MAINTENANCE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
LONDON. JANUARY 20-21. 19bO. LONDON. THE INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. 1960.

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A COMPUTER-BASED LABORATDRY FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN EDUCATION. JOHN E. COULSON
PLATO II. A MULTIPLE-STUDENT. COMPUTER-CONTROLLED. AUTOMATIC TEACHING DEVICE. D. L. BITZER.
P. G. BRAUNFELO. W. W. LICHTENBERGER
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS IN COMPUTER-AIDED TEACHING. J. C. R. LICKLIDER
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES IN INSTRUCTION. ROBERT L. CHAPMAN. JANETH T. CARPENTER
AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS AND TEACHING MACHINES. HARRY D. HUSKEY
SYSTEMS CONSIDERATIONS IN REAL-TIME COMPUTER USAGE. HERBERT M. TEAGER
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FUTURE COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AND AUTOMATED TEACHING METHDDS • G. ESTRIN

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AN AXIOMATIC APPROACH TO PREFIX LANGUAGES. S. GORN
A TRANSLATION TECHNIQUE FOR LANGUAGES WHOSE SYNTAX IS EXPRESSIBLE IN EXTENDED BACKUS NORMAL FORM.
P. INGERMAN
A GENERAL PROCESSOR FOR CERTAIN FORMAL LANGUAGES • M. PAUL
FORMAL STRUCTURE OF ALGOL AND SIMPLIFICATION OF ITS DESCRIPTION. K. CULIK
PROGRAMMING AND THEORIES OF CLASSIFICATION IFRENCHI • J. RIGUET
COMIT. A LANGUAGE FDR SYMBOL MANIPULATION. C. BOSCHE
AN INTRDDUCTION TO THE KLS PROCESSING SYSTEM. J. WEIZENBAUM
A GROWING TREE FOR DESCRIPTOR LANGUAGE TRANSLATION. W. I. LANDAUER. N. S. PRYWES
ON THE DECLARATIVE CONTROL OF THE DATA FLOW BY MEANS OF RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS. L. A. LOMBARDI
THE ALCOR PROJECT. K. SAMELSON. F. L. BAUER
MACHINE INDEPENDENCE IN COMPILING. H. D. HUSKEY
THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ALGOL TRANSLATOR FOR A SMALL COMPUTER. W. L. VAN DER POEL
AN ATTEMPT TO UNIFY THE CONSTITUENT CONCEPTS OF SERIAL PROGRAM EXECUTION. E. W. DIJKSTRA
COMMENTS ON THE ALGOL SYSTEM FO~ THE SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZE COMPUTERS. T. KIYONO. M. NAGAO
SEQUENTIAL TRANSLATION OF A PRO~LEM-DRIENTED PRDGRAMMING LANGUAGE. G. PALERMD. M. PACELLI
THE CONSTRUCTION OF EFFICIENT COMPILERS FOR SMALL SLOW COMPUTERS. K. O. TOCHER
NON-DYNAMIC ASPECTS OF RECURSIVE PROGRAMMING. U. PICCIAFUOCO. M. PACELLI
ON STATIC AND DYNAMIC TREATMENT OF TYPES IN ALGOL TRANSLATORS. K. WOHLFAHRT
EFFICIE~T HANDLING OF SUBSCRIPTED VARIABLES IN ALGOL 60 COMPILERS. U. HILL. H. LANGMAACK. H. R. SCHWARZ.
G. SEEGMULLER
A METHOD OF EDITING A PROGRAM IN SYMBOLIC LANGUAGE IFRENCHI • T. A. DOLOTTA
EFFICIE~T COMPILATOR OF PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN A MIXED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE. S. P. LEVINE
THE BASIC PHILOSOPHY CONCEPTS. AND FEATURES DF ALGOL. P. NAUR
THE DESCRIPTION OF COMPUTING PROCESSES. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND ALGOL 60 •
M. WOODGER
GENERALIZED ALGOL • A. VAN WIJNGAARDEN
A FAMILY OF SYMBOLIC INPUT LANGUAGES AND AN ALGOL COMPILER. S. MORIGUTI
PALGO. AN ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE AND ITS TRANSLATOR FOR DLIVETTI ELEA 6001 • M. PACELLI. O. GAVIOLI.
G. PALERMO. U. PICCIAFUOCo
THE ALGEBRAIC COMPILERS FOR BENDIX G-20 COMPUTING SYSTEM • G. SAVASTANO. B. FADINI
MAGE. A LANGUAGE DERIVED FROM ALGOL ADAPTED TO SMALL MACHINES IFRENCHI • L. BOSSET
JOVIAL. A GENERAL AL~ORITHMIC LANGUAGE. J. I. SCHWARTZ
GECOM. THE GENERAL COMPILER. C. KATZ
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC COOING LANGUAGE • K. G. BALKE. G. L. CARTER
COMPILER-INTERPRETER FOR USING IN NUMERICAL ORIENTED LANGUAGES TRANSLATION. A. MAZURKIEWICZ
THE ELEMENTS OF A CONVENIENT GENERAL LANGUAGE LEADING TO THE POPULARIZATION OF COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS
IFRENCHI • J. DE GUENIN
RAPIDWRITE. COBOL WITHOUT TEARS. E. HUMBY
SEAL. A LANGUAGE FOR BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING. R. J. ORO-SMITH. T. F. GOODWIN
A SYSTEM AND LANGUAGE FOR DATA PROCESSING. R. M. PAINE
AN AUTDCODE FOR TABLE MANIPULATION. J. C. GOWER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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LC CARD NO. 62-16555

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CHARACTER READER FOR BANK DATA PROCESSOR • R. H. HAGOPIAN
SELFCHEK, A NEW COMMON LANGUAGE. CLYDE C. HEASLY JR
THE DATAMATIC 1000 MODEL 1,.00 OUTPUT SYSTEM • IRMA WYMAN
HIGH SPEED COMPUTER OUTPUT DEVICES UTILIZING THE CHARACTRON SHAPED BEAM TUBE. HENRY M. TAYLOR
DATA TRANSLATORS • ERWIN TOMASH
THE IBM TYPE 610 AUTO-POINT COMPUTER. J. A. OOWO
THE RECOMP II DIGITAL COMPUTER. R. F. GEIGER
SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS (INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE ON ••• )
CHICAGO, MAY 5-6, 1959. NEW YORK, PERGAMON PRESS, 1960.
LC CARD NO. 60-1257"
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REDUNDANCY, A MISLEADING MISNOMER • LOUIS FEIN
TRANSIENTS IN COMBINATION LOGIC CIRCUITS • E. J. MCCLUSKEY JR
THE RELIABILITY OF COHERENT SYSTEMS • JAMES D. ESARY, FRANK PROSCH AN
THE UTILITY OF ANASTOMOTIC NETS. W. S. MCCULLOCH
TOLERABLE ERRORS OF NEURONS FOR INFALLIBLE NETS • M. BLUM, N. M. ONESTO, L. A. M. VERBEEK
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON RELIABILITY PROPERTIES OF RECURSIVE TRIANGULAR SWITCHING NETWORKS •
S. AMAREL, J. A. BRZOZOWSKI
THE RELIABILITY OF RECURSIVE TRIANGULAR SWITCHING NETWORKS BUILT OF RECTIFIER GATES. SAUL LEVY
COOES AND CODING CIRCUITRY FOR AUTOMATIC ERROR CORRECTION WITHIN DIGITAL SVSTEMS • WILLIAM H. KAUTZ
ON THE NATURE OF THE RELIABILITY OF AUTOMATA. A. A. MULLIN
QUADDED LOGIC • J. G. TRYON
ADAPTIVE VOTE-TAKERS IMPROVE THE USE OF REDUNDANCY. W. H. PIERCE
ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS METHODS FOR REDUNDANT LOGICAL DESIGN. ROBERT S. LEDLEY, JAMES B. WILSON
RESTORATIVE PROCESSES FOR REDUNDANT COMPUTING SYSTEMS • WILLIAM C. MANN
REDUNDANT DIGITAL SYSTEMS • JOHN C. KEMP
SYSTEM REDUNDANCY AND INFORMATION THEORY. WILLIS GORE
MEAN LIFE OF PARALLEL ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION CASE. H. WALTER PRICE
THE RELIABILITY OF ITEMS IN SEQUENCE WITH SENSING AND SWITCHING. LEO A. AROIAN
THE DESIGN OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS TO ELIMINATE CATASTROPHIC FAILURES. JAMES H. GRIESMER, RAYMOND E. MILLER,
J. PAUL ROTH
STATISTICAL THEORY OF IMPROVING THE RELIABILITY OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS WITH REOUNDANCY • EDWARD J. FARRELL
A COMMENTARY ON REDUNDANCY • F. A. APPLEGATE
MINIMALLY REDUNDANT RELIABLE COMPUTING SYSTEMS DESIGN. SAMUEL WINOGRAO, JACK D. COWAN
REDUNDANCY IMPROVES COMPUTER RELIABILITY. WILLIAM G. BROWN, JOSEPH TIERNEY, REUBEN WASSERMAN
TWO APPROACHES TO INCORPORATING REDUNDANCY INTO LOGICAL DESIGN. LOUIS OEPIAN, N. T. GRISAMORE
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON REDUNDANCY TECHNIQUES • PAUL A. JENSEN
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM, SMALL AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS AND INPUT/OUTPUT EQUIPMENT, A REPORT FROM THE
MANUFACTURERS
LOS ANGELES, MAY 9, 1958.

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SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS

SOME AUTOMATIC OPERATIONS USING THE GRAMMAR OF SYNTOL IN AUTOMATIC OOCUMENTATION IFRENCH) • J. C. GAROI~,
F. LEVY
DOCUMENTARY LANGUAGES, A DESCRIPTIVE MODEL AND FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS IFRENCH) • FDUQUET, BERTIER, CERON,
P. DARNAUT, FELIX, R. LATTES, LE BOULANGER, B. ROY, G. SANDIER
INFORMATION PROCESSING USING BOOLEAN ALGEBRA (FRENCH) • P. CAMION
A PROGRAM FOR THE AUTOMATIC SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH TWO POINT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
• A. G18BONS
GENERATING AN ANALOG COMPUTER WIRING DIAGRAM FROM THE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION INPUT LANGUAGE. W. PETRY
FIRST ELEMENTS OF A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR THE PROCESSING OF GRAPHS IEXAMPLES AND APPLICAflONS ON A
7090) (FRENCH) • R. TABORY
USE OF F.L.P.L. IN SOLVING A SORTING PROBLEM IFRENCH) • P. DARNAUT, G. SANDIER
ON THE IMPLEMENTATIO~ AND USAGE OF A LANGUAGE FOR CONTRACT BRIDGE BIDDING. A. L. BASTIAN, J. P. FOLEY,
S. R. PETRICK
NOTE ON SOME LEXICAL ANO PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF A COMPUTER SYMBOLIC LANGUAGE • R. BUSA
FROM FLEC TO C.P.A.S. (FRENCH) • J. LEGRAS
PROBLEMS IN PROGRAM INTERCHANGEABILITY. J. ,H. GUNN
A LANGUAGE DESIGNED FOR COMMUNICATION BETWEEN COMPUTERS OF DIFFERENT TYPES • E. NUDING
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS • P. WEGNER

SELF-ORGANIZING MODELS FOR LEARNED PERCEPTION • B. G. FARLEY
ON SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTS • H. VON FOERSTER
STATISTICAL MODELS FOR RECALL AND RECOGNITION OF STIMULUS PATTERNS 8Y HUMAN 08SERVERS • W. K. ESTES
PERCEPTUAL GENERALIZATION OVER TRANSFORMATION GROUPS. F. ROSEN8LATT
THE ORGANIZATION AND REORGANIZATION OF EMBRYONIC CELLS. R. AUER8ACH
FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF CYBERNETIC ASPECTS OF HOMEOSTASIS • S. GOLDMAN
FEEDBACK THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT AS AN ANALOG OF BRAIN FUNCTIONING • G. H. BISHOP
A VARIETY OF INTELLIGENT LEARNING IN A GENERAL PR08LEM SOLVER. A. NEWELL, J. C. SHAW, H. A. SIMON
LEARNING IN NEURAL SYSTEMS • P. M. MILNER
BLINO VARIATION AND SELECTIVE SURVIVAL AS A GENERAL STKATEGY IN KNOWLEDGE-PROCESSES. O. T. CAMPBELL
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF NETWORKS • G. PASK
THE RELIA81LITY OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS • W. S. MCCULLOCH
COMPUTATION, BEHAVIOR, AND STRUCTURE IN FIXED AND GROWING AUTOMATA. A. W. BURKS
THE MECHANIZATION OF THOUGHT PROCESSES • A. M. UTTLEY
PRINCIPLES OF SELF-ORGANIZATION (UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS SYMPOSIUM ON SELF-ORGANIZATION)
CHICAGO, JUNE 8-9, 1961. NEW YORK, PERGAMON PRESS, 1962.
Q325.U55 1961
LC CARD NO. ~1-16895 REV

1
25
91
95
121
135
181
229
255
27.9
291
315
325
3,.7
369

SOME SELF-ORGANIZING PARAMETERS IN THREE-PERSON GROUPS • A. RAPOPORT
TOWARD THE CY8ERNETIC FACTORY. S. BEER
SYMBOLIC REPRESENTATION OF THE NEURON AS AN UNRELIABLE LOGICAL FUNCTION • W. S. MCCULLOCH
PROPERTIES OF A NEURON WITH MANY INPUTS • M. BLUM
ON ERROR MINIMIZING NEURAL NETS. L. VERBEEK
MANY VALUED LOGICS AND RELIABLE AUTOMATA. J. COWAN
LIMITS FOR AUTOMATIC ERROR CORRECTION. L. LOFGREN
A PROPOSED EVOLUTIONARY MODEL • G. PASK
PRINCIPLES OF THE SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEM. W. R. ASHBY
OROERLY FUNCTION WITH DISORDERLY STRUCTURE. R. W. SPERRY
FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION IN RANDOM NETWORKS • R. L. BEURLE
HOW A RANDOM ARRAY OF CELLS CAN LEARN TO TELL WHETHER A STRAIGHT LINE IS STRAIGHT. J. R. PLATT
ATTITUDE AND CONTEXT • G. W. ZOPF JR
INTEGRAL GEOMETRY, AN APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF A8STRACTION • A. NOVIKOFF
THE FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS. O. G. WILLIS
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 19"6-1963

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS

61
61
61
61
61
61
61
61

385
403
417
425
443
485
511
521

50S 62

SELF ORGANIZING SYSTEMS ICONFERENCE ON ••• 1
CHICAGO, MAY 22-24, 1962. WASHINGTON, SPARTAN BOOKS, 1962.
Q325.C65 1962
LC CARD NO. 62-20444

SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS

62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62

9
37
49
61
79
93
107
177
203
205
215
231
243
283

SOS
SUS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS
SOS

62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62

313
393
425
435
463
485
503
525
533
535

SOS 62

551

TC6

THE ORGANIZATION OF ORGANIZATION. O. G. SELFRIDGE
ON SELF ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS • MIHAJLO D. MESAROVIC
SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE TIME DQMAIN • D. M. MACKAY
NEUROLOGICAL MODELS AND INTEGRATIVE PROCESSES. WARREN S. MCCULLOCH, MICHAEL A. ARBIB, JACK D. COWAN
INFORMATION INPUT OVERLOAD. JAMES G. MILLER
INTER-NATION SIMULATION, AN EXAMPLE OF A SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEM. HAROLD GUETlKOW
OPTIMIZATION THROUGH EVOLUTION AND RECOMBINATION. H. J. BREMERMANN
ON THE AUTOMATIC FORMATION OF A COMPUTER PROGRAM WHICH REPRESENTS A THEORY. SAUL AMAREL
NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL SYNAPSES • LEON D. HARMON
LOGICAL ASPECTS OF NEURISTOR SYSTEMS. H. D. CRANE
ON PROBABILISTIC PUSH-DOWN STORAGES. M. P. SCHUTZENBERGER
CONCERNING EFFICIENT ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS. JOHN H. HOLLAND
EMPI'RICAL LAWS AND PHYSICAL THEORIES, THE RESPECTIVE ROLES OF INFORMATION AND IMAGINATION. L. BRILLOUIN
MAJORITY LOGIC AND PROBLEMS OF PROBABILISTIC BEHAVIOR. SABURO MUROGA
INTERACTION BETWEEN A GROUP OF SUBJECTS AND AN ADAPTIVE AUTOMATION TO PRODUCE A SELF ORGANIZING SYSTEM FOR
DECISION MAKING. GORDON PASK
CYBERNETIC ONTOLOGY AND TRANSJUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS. GOTTHARD GUNTHER
SOME PROBLEMS OF BASIC ORGANIZATION IN PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAMS. ALLEN NEWELL
TRAINING SEQUENCES FOR MECHANIZED INDUCTION. R. J. SOLOMONOFF
GENERALIZATION AND I~FORMATION STORAGE IN NETWORKS OF ADALINE 'NEURONS' • BER~ARO WIOROW
A COMPARISON OF SEVERAL PERCEPT RON MODELS • FRANK ROSENBLATT
A NEW CLASS OF MULTILAYER SERIES-COUPLED PERCEPTRONS • ALAN G. KONHEIM
A TEST FOR LINEAR SEPARABILITY AS APPLIED TO SELF-ORGANIZING MACHINES. RICHARD C. SINGLETON
FUNCTION ALGEBRA AND PROPOSITIONAL CALCULUS. KARL MENGER
A FEEDBACK COOING THEORY OF LEARNING AND COGNITION. HAROLD H. KAN1NER
SOME SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE BEHAVIOR OF A NEURAL NETWORK MODEL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS.
BELMONT G. FARLEY
ON THE REPRESENTATIO~ OF INFORMATION BY NEURAL NET MODELS. PETER H. GREENE
THE COMPUTER BULLETIN. V. 1LONDON, THE BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY, JUNE 1951QA7b.C56
LC CARD NO. 64-1181
••• THE VOLUME NUMBER IS GIVEN IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING 'TCB' AND BEFORE THE YEAR DIGITS •••

TC61571
TCB1511
TC61571
TCB1572
TC81512
TC61573
TC61573
TC81573
TC81573
TC81573
TC81513
TC61573
TC81573
TC81573
TC81573
TC81573
TC81574
TC81574
TC81585
TC81586
TC62581
TC82581
TC82581
TC82582
TCB2582
TCB2583
TC62584
TC62595

1
6
11
24
30
47
48
50
55
58
64
68
74
86
88
107
136
146
161
181

TC82595
TCB2595
TC62595
TC82595
TC82596
TCB3591
TC83591
TC83591
TC63592
1C83593
1C83593
TC83593
TCB3605
TeB3605
TeB3605
TC84601
TC04601
TCB4601
TCB4601
TCB4601
TC84602

78
79
80
81
81
3
1
9
23
31
53
64

TCB4b02
TCB4603

55
77

67

STRATEGIC APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF BRAIN MODELS • F. ROSENBLATT
THE NEURISTDR • H. D. CRANE
A TRANSMISSION LINE LEAOING TO SELF-STABILIZING SYSTEMS. J. R. BOWMAN
AN APPROACH TO A DISTRIBUTED MEMORY. C. A. ROSEN
AN APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC THEORY FORMATION • S. AMAREL
NETWORKS WHICH REALIZE A MODEL FOR INFORMATION REPRESENTATION. P. H. GREENE
THRESHOLDING AND MICRO-MINIATURIZATION WITH SEMICONDUCTORS. J. TOOLEY
A LOGICAL PROGRAM FOR THE STIMULATION OF VISUAL PATTERN RECOGNITION. A. SHIMBEL

3

11
12
23
24
43
59
71

79

83
81
3

1
10
18
29
41

THE BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY
EXPERIENCES OF USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN INDUSTRY, 1 • L. GRIFFITHS
SOME PROBLEMS OF A MAGNETIC TAPE COMPUTER. R. L. MICHAELSON
SOME APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. A. O. BOOTH
EXPERIENCES OF USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN INDUSTRY, 2 • L. GRIFFITHS
LONDON COMPUTER GROUP, STUDY GROUP REPORTS
AOMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL CONSIOERATIONS AFFECTING COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS
THE IMPACT OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING ON MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATI~N
TRAINING COMPUTER PERSONNEL
GENERAL ACCOUNTING
PAYROLL AND LABOUR COSTING
SALES ACCOUNTING, CONTROL AND STATISTICS
STORES CONTROL AND MATERIAL COSTS
PRODUCTION CONTROL
COMPARATIVE DATA ON MACHINES AVAILABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR CLERICAL USERS
INPUT-OUTPUT METHODS, MECHANISMS AND MEDIA
THE MACHINE'S-EYE VIEW. D. R. HARTREE
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN • B. V. BOWDEN
COMPUTERS AND DATA PROCESSING. DUDLEY W. HOOPER
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIETY. E. EDWARD BOYLES
LONDON STUDY GROUP REPORTS 1957-1958
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN THE STEEL INDUSTRY
A CASE STUDY IN COMMERCIAL ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. D. S. GREENSMITH, J. G. THOMPSON
COPYRIGHT IN PROGRAM MATERIAL FOR COMPUTING MACHINES
AUTOMATIC COOING BY FORTRAN
AUTOMATION AND THE OFFICE, 1 • H. W. GEARING
AUTOMATION AND THE OFFICE, 2 • H. W. GEARING
A REVIEW OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER EXHIBITION AND THE BUSINESS COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM. H. W. GEARING,
D. W. HOOPER
AUTOMATION IN THE POST OFFICE
THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY'S ACE
SOME APPLICATIONS OF DEUCE
ZURICH CONFERENCE ON ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE
PROGRAMMING SERVICES AND ADVICE FOR PROSPECTIVE COMPUTER USERS AND OTHERS. F. CLIVE DE PAULA
COMPUTER FEASIBILITY STUDY. R. M. PAINE
MACHINE TRANSLATION ~F LANGUAGES • A. O. BOOTH
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
SELECTION OF COMPUTER PERSONNEL. R. M. PAINE
REPORT ON THE BCS FIRST CONFERENCE • DUDLEY HOOPER
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION PROCESSING • M. V. WILKES
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 121
THE U.C.T. IN EUROPE. J. L. ENGLAND
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC OIGITAL COMPUTERS. A. D. BOOTH
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 131
PROBLEMS IN INSTALLI~G DATA PROCESSI~G EQUIPMENT IN BUSINESS. H. W. GEARING
THE ACCURACY OF DATA PREPARATION. G. H. HINDS
DEVELOPMENT OF EOP U~ITS • JOHN J. FINELLI
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 141
THE ICT 1301 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM. L. W. ROBINSON
PROBLEMS IN THE APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER TO WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE AND RETAIL BRANCH CONTROL.
J. W. MITCHELL
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH. G. J. TEE
REFLECTIONS ON THE lOP MISSION TO USA. J. G. GROVER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

67

BI8L10GRAPHY
TCB4603
TCB4603
TCB4603
TCB4603
TC84603
TCB4614
TCB4614
TCB4614
TCB4614
ICB4614
TC84614
TC84614
TC85611
TC85611
TC85611
IC85612
IC85612
IC85612
TC85612
TC85612
TC85613
TC85613
TC85613
TC85613
TC85624
TC85624
TC86621
TC86621
TC86621
TC86621
TC86621
TC86622
TC86622
TC86622
TC86622
T(;B6623
TC86623
TC86623
TC86623
TC86634
TC86634
TC86634
T(;86634
TC86634
T(;86634
TC86634
TC86634
TC86634
TC86634
TCB6634
TC87631
TC87631
TC87631
TC87631
TC87631
TC87632
T(;87632
TC87632
TC81632
TC87632
TC87633
TC87633
TC87633
TC87633
TCB7633
TCB7633
TC87644
TC87644
TCB7644
TC87644
TC87644
TC87644
TCB 7644
TC87644

82
84
88
117
119
127
136
140
141
145
151
154
11
19
26
51
56
62
66
67
100
114
117
121
149
154
7
12
18
27
30
47
55
57
65
73

82
88

95
113
121
124
125
126
126
127
127
128
133
137
3
7
14
16
17

43
45
50
53
54
71

76
77

82
83
88
107
113
117
118

119
123
125
127

TCJ

TCJ1581
TCJI581
TCJI581
TCJ1581
TCJ1581
TCJ1581
TCJI581
TCJ 1581
TCJl581
TCJ1582
TCJl582
TCJI582
TCJ1582
TCJ1582
TCJ1582
TCJ 1582
TCJl~82

TCJ1582
TCJ1582
TCJI583
b8

COMPUTER COURSES FOR COLLEGES • M. M. 8ARRITT
BITTEBITTEHAHA • WILLIAM PHILLIPS
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS OF THE SECOND DECADE, A REVIEW • D. E. KILNER
THE FERRANTI ARGUS PROCESS CONTROL COMPUTER. T. A. STONES
THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC KDF9 COMPUTER SYSTEM. G. M. DAVIS
SURVEY OF MODERN PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES • R. W. BEMER
PROGRESS TOWARDS CONTROLLING POST OFFICE TELECOMMUNICATION STORES BY COMPUTER. H. H. SIMMONS
RELIABILITY, COMPUTERS VERSUS HUMANS. D. A. BELL
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF COBOL
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS OF THE SECOND OECADE, OISCUSSION, PART II
THE RELIABILITY OF MECHA~ICAL ENGINEERING PARTS OF DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS, DISCUSSION
THE AUTOMATION OF AN ELECTION. B. HIGMAN
THE ORGANISATION OF AN ADP CENTRE. J. P. LOORIJ
THE PLACE OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION, DATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN AN ADP SYSTEM
THE SELECTION AND TRAINING OF COMPUTER PERSONNEL
THE SIMULATION OF THE ORION TlME-SHARI-NG SYSTEM ON SIRIUS. H. P. GOODMAN
THE ROLE OF THE ACCOUNTANT IN ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING. ERIC A. LESLIE
SYMPOSIUM ON MODERN COMPUTING METHODS
THE NEW INTELLECTUALS • S. GILL
INTEGRATED OATA PROCESSING IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA
1961 COMPUTER EXHI81TION ANO SYMPOSIUM
OATA TRANSMISSION FOR MULTIPLE SHOPS
CHOOSING YOUR COMPUTER • P. G. BARNES
BUSINESS LANGUAGES AND ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. R. M. PAINE
AUTOCODES FOR MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL WORK. H. W. GEARING
SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRONIC AIDS TO BANKING
PROBLEMS IN CONSTRUCTING OATA PROCESSING CODES. K. J. NEVILLE
PREPARATION AND TRANSMISSION OF DATA FOR COMPUTERS
THE WATER RESEARCH ASSOCIATION COMPUTER CONFERENCE
THREE MYTHS OF COMPUTERDOM • A. L. FREEDMAN
AEI 1010 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES FOR BUSINESS AND SCIENCE. DAPHNE KILNER
FORMAL EXAMINATIONS FOR COMPUTER PERSONNEL • MARJORIE M. BARRITT
A BUSINESS MANAGEMENT GAME. J. DRURY
VITAL STATISTICS IN EUROPE. A. B. FRIELINK
COMMENT ON CARDIFF • P. G. BARNES
COMPUTING OR INFORMATION PROCESSING, FUSION OR FISSION. D. W. HOOPER
PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS • DAPHNE KILNER
DOCUMENT HANDLING AND CHARACTER RECOGNITION. R. K. HAYWARD
COMPUTERS IN INSURANCE • R. G. JECKS
THE RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW IN DATA PROCESSING. DAVID MAITLAND
ERRORS IN LARGE-SCALE NUMERICAL PROBLEMS. J. H. WILKINSON
A LARGE PROBLEM IN ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. S. MICHAELSON
PLASMA MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC CALCULATIONS IN 1 AND 2 DIMENSIONS. K. V. R08ERTS
SIMPLEX METHOD WITH PSEUDO-BASIC VARIABLES FOR STRUCTUREO LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS. E. M. L. BEALE
NUMERICAL METHODS FOR COMPUTING TWO-DIMENSIONAL UNSTEADY FLUID MOTION. J. G. T. JONES
SOME CHANGES IN OUTLOOK SINCE DESK-COMPUTING DAYS. J. C. P. MILLER
BABBAGE, ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AND SCALES OF NOTATION • WILLIAM PHILLIPS
CURRENT POSITION ON STANDARDS WORK RELATING TO COMPUTERS. H. MCG. ROSS
HOW IS 'FACT' GETTING ON • J. C. HARWELL
WHAT IS A COMPUTER A~YHOW • S. GILL
USE OF A COMPUTER BY A MEDIUM-SIZED LOCAL AUTHORITY. E. C. LAY
COMPUTING FOR THE SMALL USER • HARRY WARD
KIMBALL TAGS • M. F. ELLIOT
AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE TO COMPUTING AND ITS APPLICATIONS
SYMPOSIUM ON 'THE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO OATA TRANSMISSION' • P. G. BARNES
THE HATFIELD CONFERE~CE ON COMPUTER EDUCATION. PETER WEGNER
THE INTRODUCTION OF COMPUTING TO SCHOOLS. L. T. G. CLARKE, V. E. PRICE
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO SHIPBUILDING. GRAHAM PATTERSON
INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING. ISAAC l . AUERBACH
COMPUTERS AND MANAGEMENT • EDWARD PLAYFAIR
SYMPOSIUM ON 'USE OF COMPUTER SERVICES' • HEDLEY P. VOYSEY
SUMMER SCHOOL ON ADVANCES IN PROGRAMMING AND NON-NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. T. F. GOODWIN
PUNCHED PAPER TAPE FOR EXPERIMENTAL DATA. D. L. A. BAKBER, D. V. BLAKE
JOTTINGS ON THE 1963 BUSINESS EFFICIENCY EXHIBITION. M. MAYER
ON-LINE COMPUTING IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. B. MELTZER
ASPECTS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING. T. PEARCEY
FAULTS IN COMPUTERS. M. STEPHENSON
IFIP CONGRESS, 1965
PROGRESS REPORT ON LANGUAGE H • A. H. BEAVEN
COMPUTER TRAINING FACILITIES. R. P. GIBSON
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONGRESS IN NEW YORK. HARRY WARD
AUTOMATIC START-UP OF POWER STATIONS
THE TORONTO COMPUTER-BASED TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM
THE COMPUTER JOURNAL. V. 1LONDON, THE BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY, APRIL 1958QA76.C57
LC CARD NO. 63-2660
••• THE VOLUME NUMBER IS GIVEN IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING 'TCJ' AND BEFORE THE YEAR DIGITS •••

2
10
11
15
22
25
29
36
42
49
59
64
69
71

78
83
84
87
90
98

PARALLEL PROGRAMMING • S. GILL
A NOTE ON ROUND-OFF • E. S. PAGE
-- ANO HOW TO AVOID THEM. D. T. CAMINER
THE AUToCOD~ PRUGRAMS DEVELOPED FOR THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY COMPUTERS. R. A. BROOKER
MATHEMATICS IN BUSINESS. R. G. DOWSE, H. W. GEARING
THE SOLUTION OF RAILWAY PROBLEMS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER, 1 • A. GILMOUR
THE FIRST YEAR WITH A BUSINESS COMPUTER • A. J. BARNARD
AUTOMATIC RETRIEVAL OF RECORDED INFORMATION. R. A. FAIRTHORNE
AN APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER TO WIND TUNNEL DESIGN, I • S. H. HOLLINGDALE, MARJORIE M. BARRITT
THE USE OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER IN RESEARCH STATISTICS, FOUR YEARS EXPERIENCE. F. YATES, D. H. REES
STATISTICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR BUSINESS FORECASTS. H. W. GEARING
AN APPLICATION OF A :OMPUTER TO WINO TUNNEL DESIGN, 2 • S. H. HOLtlNGDALE, MARJORIE M. BARRITT
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 1 • A. S. DOUGLAS
THE PRI~CIPLES OF SORTING. O. A. BELL
THE SOLUTION OF RAILWAY PROBLEMS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER, 2 • A. GILM~UR
A MODIFIED CONGRUENCE METHOD OF GENERATING PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBERS. W. E. THOMSON
A BINARY FORM OF HOR~ER'S METHDD • S. GILL
A MODEL FOR WEEKLY S~OP LOADING. P. SHACKLETON
THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVECTORS DF CDDIAGONAL MATRICES. J. H. WILKINSON
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS, THE SECOND DECADE OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT. M. V. WILKES
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

68

81BLIOGRAPHY
TCJ1583 106
TCJ1;83 113
TCJ1583 117
TCJ1~83 118
TCJ1583 12~
TCJ1;83 128
TCJ1583 132
rCJ1;83 137
TCJ1583 1~2
TCJ1;83 144
TCJ1583 148
TCJ1594 153
TCJ1594 160
TCJ1594 162
TCJ1594 163
TCJ1;94 168
TCJ1594 172
TCJ1594 176
TCJ1594 179
TCJ1594 192
TCJ1594 196
TCJ2591 XI
TCJ2591
1
TCJ2591 10
TCJ2591 23
TCJ2591 24
TCJ2~91
39
TCJ2591 44
TCJ2591 47
TCJ2592 49
TCJ2592 53
TCJ2592 55
TCJ2592 59
TCJ2592 68
TCJ2592 76
TCJ2592 85
TCJ2592
TCJ2592
TCJ2592
TCJ2592
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593

87
89
90
96
97
100
103
105
107
110
115

TCJ2593 118
TCJ2593 120
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJ2,93

122
130
134
144

TCJ2593
TCJ2593
TCJZ604
TCJZ604
TCJZ604
TCJ2604
TCJ2604
TCJ2604
TCJ2604
TCJ2604
TCJ2b04
TCJ2b04
TCJ2604
TCJ3601
TCJ3601
TCJ3601
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69

FOUR YEARS OF AUTOMATIC OFFICE WORK. T. R. THOMPSON
AUTOMATIC SALES FORECASTING. ANDREW MUIR
HARMONIC ANALYSIS USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER • F. BECK
RUNGE-KUTTA METHODS FOR INTEGRATING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS ON HIGH SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTERS. D. W. MARTIN
FURTHER AUTOCODE FACILITIES FOR THE MANCHESTER IMERCURYI COMPUTER. R. A. BROOKER
AN INPUT ROUTINE FOR THE FERRANTI MERCURY COMPUTER. J. A. FOTHERINGHAM, M. DE V. R08ERTS
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 2 • A. S. DOUGLAS
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 3, STOCK RECORDING AND CONTROL • A. S. DOUGLAS
A NOTE ON AN ITERATIVE METHOD FOR ROOT EXTRACTION. J. C. GOWER
INTERLINGUAL MACHINE TRANSLATION. R. H. RICHENS
THE CALCULATION OF EIGENVECTORS BY THE METHOD OF LANCLOS. J. H. WILKINSON
TEN YEARS OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT • THE EARL OF HALSBURY
AIRCRAFT ROUTE ANALYSIS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER. W. G. MOORHEAD
A NOTE ON THE EVALUATION OF TRIGONOMETRIC SERIES. J. M. WATT
A CLASS OF NON-ANALYTICAL ITERATIVE PROCESSES. J. H. WENSLEY
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 4, MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL • A. S. DOUGLAS
DEUCE INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS. C. ROBINSON
A NEW PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUE FOR RATIONAL FRACTIONS. K. M. HOWELL
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AS TOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1956 • R. H. GREGORY,
H. W. GEARING
THE PEGASUS AUTOCODE • B. CLARKE, G. E. FELTON
A METHOD FOR THE REDUCTION OF EMPIRICAL MULTI-VARIABLE FUNCTIONS. C. D. ALLEN
MERCURY AUTDCODE, ADDITIONAL NOTES • R. A. BROOKER
TECHNIQUES FOR THE RECORDING OF, AND REFERENCE TO DATA IN A COMPUTER • A. S. DOUGLAS
SOME HELICOPTER SIMULATION STUDIES. J. M. HARRISON
NOTE ON RUNGE-KUTTA METHOD OF INTEGRATING ORDINARY DifFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • D. J. WHEELER
THE STUDY Of THE APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER TO PRODUCTION CONTROL. D. C. HEMY, W. J. KEASE
THE X-I COMPUTER • B. J. LOOPSTRA
TEST PROGRAMS FOR HEC • ANGELA O. WOOLNER
TRANSPOSING MATRICES IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER. P. F. WINDLEY
THE INFLUENCE OF STORAGE ACCESS TIME ON MERGING PROCESSES IN A COMPUTER. P. F. WINDLEY
ALGORITHMS FOR FORMULA TRANSLATION. J. P. CLEAVE
INTERCODE, A SIMPLIFIED COOING SCHEME FOR AMOS. F. J. BERRY
A SIMULATION OF MELTING SHOP OPERATIONS. R. NEATE, W•. J. DACEY
THE FERRANTI PERSEUS OATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM. P. M. HUNT
A TRANSLATION ROUTINE FOR THE OEUCE COMPUTER. R. C. BRIGHAM, C. G. BELL
WHERE NEXT, SOME CONJECTURES ON THE FUTURE OF THE LARGE-SCALE COMPUTER IN INTEGRATEO COMMERCIAL WORK.
G. CUTTLE
GENERATING STRATEGIES FOR CONTINOUS SEPARATION PROCESSES. E. E. BERNARD, P. D. A. MOLE
ON TAKING THE SQUARE ROOT OF A COMPLEX NUMBER • C. STRACHEY
A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF A PROOUCTION PLANNING PROBLEM. F. I. MUSK
GREY OR GROS • T. H. O'BEIRNE
THE STATE OF THE ~RT, IAI COMMERCIAL COMPUTERS IN BRITAIN, JUNE 1959 • J. A. GOLDSMITH
THE STATE OF THE ART, IBI COMPUTERS IN BRITISH UNIVERSITIES. A. S. DOUGLAS
A BUSINESS APPLICATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER. A. G. WRIGHT
PROBLEMS OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES IN DATA PROCESSING. C. W. MALLINSON
SYMPOSIUM ON THE SELECTION ANO TRAINING OF PROGRAMMERS 1, A BUSINESS USER'S APPROACH. H. W. GEARING
CURRENT THEORY AND PRACTICE OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. S. GILL
THE INTRODUCTION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A SYSTEM OF COMPUTER PRODUCTION CONTROL IN A LIGHT ENGINEERING
FACTORY • J. F. A. BRYEN
SYMPOSIUM ON EXPERIE~CES WITH THE USE OF MAGNETIC TAPE 1, MAGNETIC TAPES ON A FERRANTI PEGAS~S •
G. B. GRIFFITHS
SYMPOSIUM ON EXPERIE~CES WITH THE USE OF MAGNETIC TAPE 2, MAGNETIC FILMS ON A NATIONAL-ELLIOTT 405 •
P. B. LIVESEY
DEVELOPMENT OF JAPANESE OIGITAL COMPUTERS. S. TAKAHASHI
SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LARGE SETS OF EQUATIONS ON PEGASUS USING MATRIX METHOOS • L. B. WILSON
APPLICATION OF A COMBINATION OF ANALOGUE AND OIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRON TRAJECTORY TRACING. J. VINE
NOTE ON OECOMPOSITIO~ INTO FIRST OROER OF MULTI-ORDER LINEAR OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT
COEFFICIENTS. J. P. O'BRIEN
THE USE OF COMPUTERS FOR ECONOMIC PLANNING IN THE PETROLEUM CHEMICAL INDUSTRY. G. S. GALER
ON-LINE, OFF-LINE, OR SHAREO-TIME
ALGOL CONFERENCE IN PARIS • S. GILL
EARLY EXPERIENCES WITH AN E.D.P. SYSTEM. T. C. HICKMAN
EXPERIENCE IN USING A DEUCE COMPUTER FOR THE FAMILY EXPENDITURE SURVEY. PHILIP REDFERN
CURVE FITTING WITH A OIGITAL COMPUTER. C. W. CLENSHAW
A FUNCTION INTERPRETIVE SCHEME FOR PEGASUS. J. S. HORNSBY
THE GENERATION OF PSEUDO-RANDOM NUMBERS ON ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS. A. R. EDMONDS
TIME-SHARING ON THE NATIONAL-ELLIOTT 802 • R. L. COOK
SOME TECHNIQUES FOR DEALING WITH TWO-LEVEL STORAGE. R. A. BROOKER
FORECASTING ELECTION RESULTS. D. MILLEOGE, MARY J. MILLS
NOTE ON COMMISSIONING OF LEO COMPUTER AT MINISTRY OF PENSIONS ANO NATIONAL INSURANCE
THEORETICAL CONSIOERATIONS OF ROUTINE MAINTENANCE. E. S. PAGE
THE FIRST YEAR'S EXPERIENCE WITH A COMPUTER IN A LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE. R. L. SUTTON
NOTE ON A TEST FOR REPEATING CYCLES IN A PSEUDO-RANOOM NUMBER GENERATOR. O. G. N. HUNTER
PROBLEMS OF AUOITING COMPUTING DATA, SECTION I, INTERNAL AUDIT. T. R. THOMPSON
PROBLEMS OF AUDITING COMPUTING DATA, SECTION 2, THE EXTERNAL AUDITOR AND COMPUTERS. F. CLIVE DE PAULA
DATA PROCESSING IN U~IVERSITY ADMINISTRATION. P. F. WINOLEY, L. R. KAY, A. ROWLANO-JONES
PRIME NUMBER CODING FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL. A. H. COCKAYNE, E. HYOE
HOUSEHOLDER'S METHOO FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE ALGEBRAIC EIGENPROBLEM • J. H. WILKINSON
SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS USING A MAGNETIC-TAPE STORE. O. W. BARRON,
H. P. F. SWINNERTON-OYER
THE ANALYSIS OF LARGE STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS. R. K. LIVESLEY
SOME REMARKS ON THE GAME 'OAMA' WHICH CAN BE PLAYED ON A OIGITAL COMPUTER. N. V. FINDLER
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS AND LINEAR PROGRAMMING. K. T. BOYD
COMPUTERS AND CHANGE-RINGING. D. G. PAP WORTH
CONVERSION BETWEEN ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL MEASURES. R. H. TIlARD
AUTOSTAT, A LANGUAGE FOR STATISTICAL OATA PROCESSING. A. S. OOUGLAS, A. J. MITCHELL
AN INTRODUCTION TO ALGOL 60 • M. WOOOGER
MECHANIZING A LARGE INOEX • M. A. WRIGHT
TREES, FORESTS ANO REARRANGING. P. F. WINDLEY
A COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR NETWORK PROBLEMS. E. W. SOLOMON
THE OEUCE ALPHACOOE TRANSLATOR. F. G. OUNCAN, D. H. R. HUXTABLE
A PROGRAM FOR THE AUTOMATIC INTEGRATION OF OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING THE METHOD OF TAYLOR SERIES.
A. GIBBONS
NOTE ON THE NUMERICAL EVALUATION OF A FIRST OERIVATIVE FROM A TABLE OF A FUNCTION SATISFYING A SECOND
OROER OIFFERENTIAL EQUATION • J. C. P. MILLER
TWO CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TECHNIQUES OF QUEUING PROBLEMS. C. STRACHEY
A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE INTROOUCTION OF A.O.P. FOR RECOROING CONTRIBUTIONS PAlO UNDER THE NEW GRADUATED
PENSIONS SCHEME • D. W. POLLEY
PROBLEMS OF THE INTROOUCTION OF LARGE SCALE DATA PROCESSING INTO THE ROYAL ARMY PAY CORPS. L. D. SLATER
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70

THE FIRST YEAR'S PRODUCTION ON A COMPUTER, AND FUTURE PLANS. C. B. WARMINGTON
A BANK ADDPTS AUTOMATIC DATA PR~CESSING • R. HINDLE
THE ORGANIZATION OF A UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTRE. R. A. BUCKINGHAM
A GENERAL PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SURVEYS. F. YATES, H. R. SIMPSDN
MARKET SURVEYS WITH A SMALL COMPUTER. R. L. COOK
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142 MARKET RESEARCH APPLICATIONS ON LEO. J. A. GOSDEN
14'0 AUTOMATIC CODING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS. R. M. PAINE
150 SIMULATION OF FULL-SCALE MULTI-STAGE BATCHWISE CHEMICAL PLANT. P. V. YOULE
158 SOME ASPECTS OF SIMULATOR DESIGN. J. M. DEMPSEY
11>1 AN ANALYSIS OF A HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM. P. F. KING, D. A. PEEL
16'0 NOTES ON THE STATE OF DIGITAL COMPUTING IN THE U.S.S.R •• LAURENCE CLARK
168 AN ASSEMBLY PROGRAM FOR A PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGE. R. A. BROOKER, D. MORRIS
175 AN AUTOMATIC METHOD FOR FINDING THE GREATEST OR LEAST VALUE DF A FUNCTION. H. H. ROSENBROCK
185 THE EXP~RIENCE OF APPLYING A COMMERCIAL COMPUTER IN A BRITISH ORGANIZATION. A. J. PLATT
198 COMPUTE~ PRODUCTION CONTROL, THE SECOND YEAR. D. J. L. HUGHES
202 CONSIOERATIONS IN CHOOSING A CHARACTER COOE FOR COMPUTERS AND PUNCHED TAPES. H. MCG. ROSS
211 AN INTRODUCTIDN TO ANALOGUE COMPUTER METHODS. J. G. THOMASON
220 SOME PROPOSALS FOR THE REALIZATION OF A CERTAIN ASSEMBLY PROGRAM. R. A. BROOKER, D. MORRIS
232 RUNNING PEGASUS AUTOCODE PROGRAMS ON MERCURY. A. GIBBONS
237 TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCING SCHOOL TIMETABLES ON A COMPUTER AND THEIR APPLICATION TO OTHER SCHEDULING
PROBLEMS • J. S. APPLEBY, D. V. BLAKE, E. A. NEWMAN
246 PREDICTING DISTRIBUTION OF STAFF. A. YOUNG, GWEN ALMOND
251 RANDOM SAMPLING FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION. J. C. BUTCHER
253 COMPUTERS AS AN AID IN COMPUTER DESIGN ASSESSMENT. J. M. BENNETT, R. J. DAKIN
25b OPTIMUM TIME FOR MULTIPLICATION ONA DIGITAL COMPUTER. H. H. JOHNSON
2b2 A COMPARISON DF SOME METHODS DF CALCULATING COVARIANCE FUNCTIONS ON AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. I. J. GOOD
266 A LEAST SQUARES SURFACE FITTING PROGRAM • J. H. CADWELL
270 AN ITERATIVE METHOD OF NUMERICAL DIFFERENTIATION. D. ~. HUNTER
272 CONVERGENCE PROPERTIES OF GAUSSIAN QUADRATURE FORMULAE. W. BARRETT
1 DATA TRANSMISSION AND THE NEW OUTLOOK FOR THE COMPUTER FIELD. M. V. WILKES
10 COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS • HARRY D. HUSKEY
20 THE ANALYSIS OF SURVEYS, PROCESSING AND PRINTING THE BASIC TABLES. F. YATES, H. R. SIMPSON
25 EXPERIENCE WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN AN AEROPLANE TESTING ESTABLISHMENT. B. R. TAYLOR
30 THE USE OF PEGASUS AUTOCDDE IN SOME EXPERIMENTAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS • H. W. GEARING
34 DATA TRANSMISSION, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. P. A. LONG, E. H. TRUSLOVE
38 MATCHING INUUIRIES TO AN INDEX. M. A. WRIGHT
'02 THE EVOLUTION OF DESIGN IN A SERIES OF COMPUTERS, LEO I-III • J. M. M. PINKERTON
47 ATOMS A~D LISTS. P. M. WOODWARD, D. P. JENKINS
54 SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF ORDINARY AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY QUASI-DIAGONAL MATRICES.
M. A. CAYLESS
62 THE EFFECT OF PARAMETERS ON THE ROOTS OF AN EQUATION SYSTEM. C. E. MALEY
64 SOME THEORETICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL MATTERS RELATING TO PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHODS OF NUMERICAL
INTEGRATION. ANTHONY RALSTON
68 OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS, SOLUTION BY AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER. A. W. O. FIRTH
THE DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMUM ACCELERATING FACTOR FOR SUCCESSIVE OVER-RELAXATION. B. A. CARRE
73
80 EXTENSIONS OF THE PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHOD FDR THE SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF ORDINARY DIFFERE~TIAL
EQUATIONS. C. V. O. FORRINGTON
88 - PRESENT AND FUTURE FACILITIES FOR DATA TRANSMISSION. M. B. WILLIAMS
95 A DATA TRANSMISSION SURVEY • P. A. LONG
103 DATA COLLECTION AND TRANSMISSION. E. P. G. WRIGHT
109 SABRE, ~ REAL TIME PROBLEM IN TELE-PROCESSING • K. S. HOPE
114 SOME COMMENTS DN CHARACTER RECOGNITION. E. A. NEWMAN
121 A NEW TECHNIQUE IN AUTOMATIC CHARACTER RECDGNITION • M. B. CLOWES, J. R. PARKS
129 CHARACTER RECOGNITION BY OIGITAL COMPUTER USING A SPECIAL FLYING-SPOT SCANNER. R. L. GRIMSOALE,
J. M. BULLINGHAM
137 CHARACTER QUALITY AND SCANNER ORGANIZATION. I. W. MERRY, G. o. NORRIE
145 THE IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON DOCUMENTATION. A. S. DOUGLAS
150 A DIRECT ORDERING, RECORDING AND INVOICING SYSTEM. G. JENNINGS
157 CHARACTER RECOGNITION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN BANKS • R. HINDLE
161 THE PLACE OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION, DATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN A.D.P. SYSTEMS.
J. B. STRINGER
168 THE REDUCTION OF A MATRIX TO CODIAGONAL FORM BY ELIMINATIONS. C. STRACHEY, J. G. F. FRANCIS
177 AN EFFICIENT SCHEME FOR THE CO-DIAGONALIZATION OF A SYMMETRIC MATRIX BY GIVENS' METHOD IN A COMPUTER WITH
A TWO-LEVEL STORE. J. S. ROLLETT, J. H. WILKINSON
181 ORGANIlATION OF A COMPUTING SERVICE FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE. A. R. BAGSHAW
185 ACCEPTA~ICE TRIAlS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR GOVERNMENT USE. R. O. BENNETl, J. B. STRINGER
197 NEBULA, A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR DATA PROCESSING. T. G. H. BRAUNHOLTZ, A. G. FRASER, P. H. HUNT
212 COMPUTING MACHINES FOR TEACHING AND RESEARCH. L. FOX
217 IMPROVING PROBLEM-ORIENTED LANGUAGE BY STRATIFYING IT • PHILIP R. BAGLEY
222 THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY ATLAS OPERATING SYSTEM, PART I, INTERNAL ORGANIZATION. T. KILBURN,
D. J. HOWARTH, R. B. PAYNE, F. H. SUMNER
226 THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY ATLAS OPERATING SYSTEM, PART II, USER'S OESCRIPTION • D. J. HOWARTH,
R. B. PAYNE, F. H. SUMNER
230 RIGOROUS ERROR BOUNDS FOR COMPUTEO EIGENSYSTEMS. J. H. WILKINSON
242 ITERATIVE METHODS FOR LINEAR EQUATIONS WITH SYMMETRIC POSITIVE DEFINITIVE MATRIX. D. W. MARTIN,
G. J. TEE
255 THE SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR EQUATIONS AND OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH TWO-POINT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS.
C. B. HASELGROVE
260 SOME ORTHOGONAL METHODS OF CURVE AND SURFACE FITTING. J. H. CADWELL, D. E. WILLIAMS
265 THE Q.R. TRANSFORMATION, A UNITARY ANALOGUE TO THE L.R. TRANSFORMATION, PART 1 • J. FRANCIS
273 COMPUTERS IN RESEARCH, PROMISE AND PERFORMANCE. F. YATES
280 THE HANDLING OF MULTI WAY TABLES ON COMPUTERS. J. C. GOWER
287 REGRESSION ANALYSIS. LUCY JOAN SLATER
292 ABS12 ALGOL, AN EXTENSION TO ALGOL 60 FOR INDUSTRIAL USE • R. W. HOCKNEY
301 RAPIDWRITE, A NEW APPROACH TO COBOL READABILITY. E. HUMBY
305 PRINCIPLES AND PROBLEMS OF A UNIVERSAL COMPUTER-ORIENTED LANGUAGE. PHILIP R. BAGLEY
313 CONTROL GEAR SIMULATION FOR AN AUTOMATIC CAR PARK. C. C. LEIGHTON
318 CHEBYSHEV METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. L. FOX
332 THE QR TRANSFORMATION, PART 2 • J. G. F. FRANCIS
346 THE ECONOMICS OF DUMPING FROM ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS. D. KERSHAW, S. VAJDA
1 A SMALL BUSINESS COMPUTER AT WORK. D. V. CHESSMAN
7 A STOCK-CONTROL AND INVOICING SYSTEM USING A GAMMA 3 COMPUTER. D. R. PALMER
10 QUICKSORT • C. A. R. HOARE
15 ZERO-ADDRESS COMPUTERS • P. WEGNER
16 THE CALCULAIION OF POWER SPECTRA. H. P. F. SWINNERTON-DYER
2'0 THE PACE SCALING ROUTING FOR MERCURY. W. G. PROCTOR, M. F. MITCHELL
28 ALP, AN AUTOCODE LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE • D. C. COOPER
33 TREES AND ROUTINES. R. A. BROOKER, D. MORRIS, J. S. ROHL
48 NOTE ON THE LINE OVER-RELAXATION FACTOR FOR SMALL MESH SIze. D. J. EVANS
51 ADAPTATION OF THE JACOBI METHOD FOR A COMPUTER WITH MAGNETIC-TAPE BACKING STORE. B. A. CHARTRES
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INSTABILITY OF THE ELIMINATION METHOD OF REDUCING A MATRIX TO TRI-OIAGONAL FORM. J. H. WILKINSON
THE FIRST COMPUTER IN RHODESIA • A. E. CHECKSFIELO
MONTECOOE, AN INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS. O. H. KELLEY, J. N. BUXTON
AN ANALYSIS OF REAL AND SIMULATED STATISTICS FOR SYSTEM DESIGN PURPOSES • R. GRIMMONO
A PROPOSED .TARGET LANGUAGE FOR COMPILERS ON ATLAS. A. R. CURTIS, I. C. PYLE
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. A. D'AGAPEYEFF
FACT • R. F. CLIPPINGER
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH ALGOL 60 • E. W. DIJKSTRA
REPORT ON THE ELLIOTT ALGOL TRANSLATOR • C. A. R. HOARE
IMPLEMENTATION OF ALGOL 60 FOR THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC KDF9 • F. G. DUNCAN
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH FDRTRAN • A. E. GLENNIE
COMPUTATION OF THE LATENT ROOTS OF A HESSENBERG MATRIX BY BAIRSTOW'S METHOD • D. C. HANDSCOMB
HIGH ACCURACY DIFFERENCE FORMULAE FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE HEAT CONDUCTION EQUATION •
A. R. MITCHELL, R. P. PEARCE
AN ITERATIVE METHOD FOR FINDING STATIONARY VALUES OF A FUNCTION OF SEVERAL VARIABLES. M. J. D. POWELL
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH COBOL IN A SERVICE BUREAU. M. A. KINGSBURY
EARLY OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH LANGUAGE H • A. S. CORMACK
A PROGRESS REPORT ON NEBULA • A. R. ROUSELL
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EXPRESSING A PROCEDURE FOR A COMPUTER APPLICATION. T. R. THOMPSON
COBOL • R. F. CLIPPINGER
INFORMATION ALGEBRA. R. F. CLIPPINGER
NOTE ON AN EXTREMUM LOCATING ALGORITHM. ROBERT M. BAER
CONTROL AND SIMULATION LANGUAGE • J. N. BUXTON, J. G. LASKI
A DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION SCHEME • J. K. ILIFFE, JANE G. JODEIT
TRANSLATION TO AND FROM POLISH NOTATION • C. L. HAMBLIN
ON THE SCHEDULING OF JOBS BY COMPUTER. E. S. PAGE
AN ATTEMPT TO SIMULATE THE LIVER ON A COMPUTER • J. M. WATT, ANDREW YOUNG
AN ITERATIVE METHOD FOR QUAORATURES • HENRY C. THACHER JR
NEWTON-COTES TYPE QUADRATURE FORMULAS WITH TERMINAL CORRECTIONS • R. A. SACK
THE ATLAS SCHEDULING SYSTEM. O. J. HOWARTH, P. O. JONES, M. T. WYLO
ACCOUNTING FOR THE SOLDIER'S PAY. O. W. MOORE
ACCOUNTING FOR THE SOLDIER'S PAY, ORGANIZATION OF PROGRAMMING. W. S. CASKEY
THE APPLICATION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO THE 1961 POPULATION CENSUS OF GREAT BRITAIN. R. P. THORBY,
B. BENJAMIN
COMPUTERS IN A NEW STEELWORKS • R. G. MASSEY
ESTIMATING COMPUTER PERFORMANCE • J. A. GOSDEN
MEASURING THE PROFITABILITY OF A COMPUTER SYSTEM • J. D. W. JANES
THE IMPACT ON UNIVERSITIES OF THE EXPANSION IN THEIR COMPUTER FACILITIES • ANDREW YOUNG
THE BACKGROUND OF THE PERT ALGORITHM • F. D. ROBINSON
RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND MULTI-PROJECT SCHEDULING IRAMPSI, A NEW TOOL IN PLANNING AND CONTROL.
S. LAMBOURN
EXPERIENCE IN TRANSMITTING ACCOUNTING OATA • J. F. WILSON
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS • K. W. PEARSON
A SPECIALIZED AUTOCODE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF REPLICATED EXPERIMENTS. F. YATES, J. C. GOWER, H. R. SIMPSON
THE METHOD OF SUCCESSIVE GRIOS fOR REDUCTION OF fUNCTION STORAGE REQUIREMENTS. ROGER L. BOYELL
THE USE OF HIGHER DERIVATIVES IN QUADRATURE FORMULAE. J. D. LAMBERT, A. R. MITCHELL
NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN TRI-DIAGONAL SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS • O. J. EVANS,
C. V. O. FORRINGTON
SOME GE~ERAL IMPLICIT PROCESSES FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION Of DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • H. H. RDSENBROCK
THE REALIZATION OF ALGOL PROCEDURES AND DESIGNATIONAL EXPRESSIONS. J. M. WATT
A HARDWARE REPRESENTATION FOR ALGOL 60 USING CREED TELEPRINTER EQUIPMENT • J. M. GERARD, A. SAMBLES
INPUT AND OUTPUT FOR ALGOL 60 ON KDF9 • F. G. DUNCAN
THE ELLIOTT ALGOL INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM. C. A. R. HOARE
REVISEO REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60 • PETER NAUR, J. W. BACKUS, F. L. BAUER, J. GREEN,
C. KATZ, J. MCCARTHY, A. J. PERLIS, H. RUTISHAUSER, K. SAMELSON, B. VAUQUOIS, J. H. WEGSTEIN,
A. VAN WIJNGAAROEN, M. WOODGER
SOME ASPECTS OF RECORDING GRADUATED NATIONAL INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS • J. DRUMMOND
INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING USING A VARIETY OF EQUIPMENT • J. R. HOPKINSON
LEAPS, THE ·FIRST THREE YEARS • W. S. RYAN
S.A.S. AIDS FOR THE JET AGE, OATA TRANSMISSION FOR ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS • A. F. GEORGE
EXPERIE~CE IN THE PRACTICAL USE OF DATA TRANSMISSION. D. J. DACE
TIME SHARING ON LEO III • J. W. LEWIS
OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE OF TIME SHARING AND PARALLEL PROCESSING. M. R. MILLS
THE GROWTH OF COMPLEXITY OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE PROGRAM • L. H. UNDERHILL
COMPUTER CALCULATIONS ON THE INITIATION OF HIGH EXPLOSIVE. R. PALMER
TECHNIQUES FOR PROGRAM ERROR DIAGNOSIS ON EOSAC 2 • D. W. BARRON, O. F. HARTLEY
A CONVENTION TO DISTINGUISH LETTER 0 FROM NUMERAL ZERO • H. MCG. ROSS
WHAT EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ALGOL • B. HIGMAN
PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE REGRESSION. M. J. R. HEALY
A MULTIPLE-PRECISION FLOATING-POINT INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR THE CONTROL OATA 1604 • A. H. STROUD,
O. SECREST
~OTE ON CODING REVERSE POLISH EXPRESSIONS FOR SINGLE-ADORESS COMPUTERS WITH ONE ACCUMULATOR.
A. J. T. COLIN
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS • L. FOX
NOTE ON A METHOD OF FORMING A SORTING KEY FOR A PARTLY OROERED LIST • D. M. COLLISON
NUMERICAL QUADRATURE IN N DIMENSIONS. D. MUSTARD, J. N. LYNESS, J. M. BLATT
THE SOLUTION OF NONLINEAR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN CHEBYSHEV SERIES. C. W. CLENSHAW,
H. J. NORTON
ITERATIVE PROCESSES FOR SOLVING FINITE-DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATIONS TO SEPARABLE PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL
EQUATIONS • M. R. OSBORNE
THE LLT AND QR METHODS FOR SYMMETRIC TRIDIAGONAL MATRICES. JAMES M. ORTEGA, HENRY F. KAISER
A CHEBYSHEV SERIES METHOD FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS. DAVID ELLIOTT
OIRECT CODING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE NAMES • D. A. BRACE
USE OF A REMOTE DIGITAL COMPUTER ON AN OPEN-SHOP BASIS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. T. H. ANSTEY,
K. W. SMILLIE
A PROGRAM TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF RANDOM DELAYS ON THE ABILITY OF TRAINS TO RUN TO A SCHEDULE •
BERYL KITZ, S. VAJDA
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE COMPOSITION OF MUSIC IN A COMPUTER • S. GILL
THE MAIN FEATURES OF CPL. D. W. BARRON, J. N. SUXTON, D. F. HARTLEY, E. NIXON, C. STRACHEY
PICTURE LOGIC FOR BACCHUS A FOURTH-GENERATION COMPUTER. L. A. EDELSTEIN
THE CHECKING OF COMPUTER LOGIC BY SIMULATION ON A COMPUTER. M. LEHMAN, RAYNA ESHED, Z. NETTER
A RAPIOLY CONVERGENT DESCENT METHOD FOR MINIMIZATION. R. FLETCHER, M. J. D. POWELL
ACCELERATING THE JACOBI METHOD fOR SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY CHEBYSHEV EXTRAPOLATION WHEN THE
EIGENVALUES OF THE ITERATION MATRIX ARE COMPLEX. H. E. WRIGLEY
A NOVEL FINITE-DIFFE~ENCE APPROXIMATION TO THE BIHARMONIC OPERATOR. G. J. TEE
THE EXTRAPOLATED MODIFIED AITKEN ITERATION METHOD FOR SOLVING ELLIPTIC DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS. D. J. EVAt\lS
AN ITERATIVE LEAST-SQUARE METHOD SUITABLE FOR SOLVING LARGE SPARSE MATRICES. I. M. KHABAZA
NOTE ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION Of LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS.
R. E. SCRATON, J. W. SEARL
THE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO DATA TRANSMISSION • O. G. RUSSELL
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TCJ6633 274
TCJ6633 277
TCJ6633 287
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THE THEORV OF SEQUENTIAL LOGICAL FUNCTIONS. VU. VA. BAZILEVSKII
THE STRUCTURE OF MEMORV OR STORAGE SYSTEMS • VU. VA. BAZILEVSKII
SOME GENERAL QUESTIONS IN PROGRAMMING. I. VA. AKUSHSKII
PROGRAMMING AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS • VU. A. SHREIDER
METHODS OF ESTIMATING THE EFFICIENCV OF UNIVERSAL DIGITAL COMPUTERS WITH PROGRAMME CONTROL •
VU. VA. BAZILEVSKII, VU. A. SHREIOER
THE SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF LINEAR ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS BY A MONTE CARLO METHOD. VU. A. SHREIDER
THE MOST ECONOMIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER. V. S. LINSKII
MULTI-RFGISTER SCHEMES FOR ARITHMETICAL OPERATIONS. I. YA. AKUSHSKII
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NEW VDRK, INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS, 1957 - 1960.
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THE PROBLEMS OF OATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS IN A GENERAL MANUFACTURING DATA PROCESSING INSTALLATION.
F. G. CHAPMAN
USE OF LARGE COMPUTERS AT A DISTANCE • L. B. DAVEY
DATA PREPARATION AND TRANSMISSION IN THE ROYAL AIR FORCE INTEGRATED SUPPLY SYSTEM. K. L. SMITH
THE VIEWS OF THE DATA TRANSMISSION COMMITTEE • DONALD MICHIE
EXPERIMENTS ON THE MECHANIZATION OF GAME-LEARNING, PART 1, CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MODEL AND ITS
PARAMETERS. W. BARRETT, A. J. MITCHELL
AN EXTENDED AUTOCODE FOR PEGASUS • E. S. PAGE
A NOTE ON ASSIGNMENT PROBLEMS • D. A. BELL
APPROXIMATIONS IN FOURIER TRANSFORMS • J. H. MATTHEWMAN
NOTE ON THE SELECTIVE SUMMATION OF FOURIER SERIES. G. J. TEE
EIGENVALUES OF THE SUCCESSIVE,OVER-RELAXATION PROCESS ANO ITS COM81NATION WITH CHEBYSHEV SEMI-ITERATION.
J. N. LYNESS, 8. J. J. MCHUGH
ITERATION OVER MULTI-DIMENSIONAL HYPERCUBES, I, A PROGRESSIVE PROCEDURE • D. J. EVANS,
C. V. D. FDRRINGTON
AN ITERATIVE PROCESS FOR OPTIMIZING SYMMETRIC SUCCESSIVE OVER-RELAXATION. J. EVE
STARTING APPROXIMATIONS FOR THE ITERATIVE CALCULATIONS OF SQUARE ROOTS. D. R. COWDREY, C. M. REEVES
AN APPLICATION OF THE MONTE CARLO METHOD TO THE EVALUATION OF SOME MOLECULAR INTEGRALS. R. FLETCHER,
C. M. REEVES
A MECHANIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC DIFFERENTIATION ANO THE AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF FORMULAE FOR MOLECULAR
INTEGRALS OF GAUSSIAN ORBITALS. B. R. HEAP
PERMUTATIONS BY INTERCHANGES
SCIENCE AND THE NON-SCIENTIST • R. L. MICHAELSON
ASSIGNMENT PROBLEMS • J. S. CLOWES, E. S. PAGE
THE MECHANICAL EVALUATION OF EXPRESSIONS. P. J. LANDIN
APPLICATION OF LIST-PROCESSING METHODS TO THE DESIGN OF INTERCONNECTIONS FOR A FAST LOGIC SYSTEM.
N. E. WISEMAN
E.S.P. THE ELLIOTT SIMULATOR PACKAGE. J. W. J. WILLIAMS
OPTIMIZATION OF THE AODRESS FIELD COMPILATION IN THE ILLIAC 2 ASSEMBLER. C. W. GEAR
NOTE ON AN ALGOL 60 COMPILER FOR PEGASUS I • K. L. RYDER
THE MULTIPLE VARIATE COUNTER. ANDREW COLIN
SOME EXPERIENCES IN PRICE MAPPING • LUCY JOAN SLATER
ELEMENTARY DIVISORS OF THE LIEBMANN PROCESS. G. A. MILES, K. L. STEWART, G. J. TEE
NOTE ON THE INTEGRALS OF PRODUCTS OF ASSOCIATED LEGENDRE FUNCTIONS. J. A. GRANT, OLIVER G. LUDWIG
CHEBVSHEV COLLOCATI~ METHODS FOR ORDINARV OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. K. WRIGHT
THE S.S.D.R. ITERATION SCHEME FOR EQUATIONS WITH ORDERING. E. D'SVLVA, G. A. MILES
THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF SECOND-ORDER DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS NOT CONTAINING THE FIRST DERIVATIVE
EXPLICITLV • R. E. SCRATON

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SYSTEM ORGANIZATION OF MOBIDIC • J. TERZIAN
THE NORDIC II COMPUTER. T. A. JEEVES, W. D. Rowe
INTERROGATION IN THE BIZMAC SYSTEM • D. E. ~EAULIEU, C. H. PROPSTER JR
A RELIA8LE CHARACTER SENSING SYSTEM FOR DOCUMENTS PREPARED ON CONVENTIONAL BUSINESS DEVICES •
D. H. SHEPARD; P. F. BARGH, C. C. HEASLV JR
OPTIMUM CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM USING DECISION FUNCTION. C. K. CHOW
MAGNACARD,' A NEW CONCEPT IN DATA HANDLING. R. M. HAVES, J. WIENER
MAGNACARD, MECHANICAL HANDLING TECHNIQUES. A. M. NELSON, H. M. STERN, L. R. WILSON
MAGNACARO, MAGNETIC RECORDING STUDIES • J. BURKIG, L. E. JUSTICE
A VERY HIGH SPEED PU~CHED PAPER TAPE READER • A. M. ANGEL
AN AIR-FLOATING DISK MAGNETIC MEMORY UNIT. W. A. FARRAND
THE TRANSISTOR NOR CIRCUIT • W. D. ROWE
QUANTIZED FLUX COUNTER • J. R. BACON, G. H. BARNES
LOGIC DESIGN SYMBOLISM FOR DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS. J. B. O'TOOLE
A MATHEMATIC FORMULATION OF THE GENERALIZED LOGICAL DESIGN. D. ELLIS
A FIVE MICROSECOND MEMORY FOR UUOFT COMPUTER. A. H. ASHLEY
RAKE, A HIGH SPEED BINARY-BDC AND BCD BINARV BUFFER. G. F. MOONEY, J. P. HART
SIMULATION OF TRANSFER FUNCTIONS USING ONLY ONE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER. A. BRIDGMAN, R. 8REN~AN
FUNCTIO~.GENERATION BY INTEGRATION OF STEPS. W. COMLEY
A TRANSISTORIZED, MULTI-CHANNEL, AIRBORNE VOlTAGE-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER. R. M. MACINTYRE
THE 81ZMAC TRANCODER • o. E. BEAULIEU, D. P. 8URHART, C. H. PROPSTER JR
DATA PREPARATION FOR NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS. H. D. HUSKEV, D. ~. TRUMBO
A LIBRARV OF 8LIP SAMPLES FOR USE IN THE REALISTIC SIMULATION AND EVALUATION OF AUTOMATIC RADAR OATA
PROCESSING SYSTEMS • C. M. WALTER, H. M. WILLETT
GCA BY AUTOMATIC VOICE DATA LINK • J. J. FLING, M. H. NOTHMAN
A COMPUTER SIMULATIO~ CHAIN FOR RESEARCH ON PICTURE COOING • R. E. GRAHAM, J. L. KELLY JR
ACHIEVING MAXIMUM PULSE PACKING DENSITIES AND TRANSFER RATES. B. W. THOMPSON, D. F. ELDRIDGE
AN EMITTER-FOLLOWER-COUPLED, HIGH-SPEED BINARV COUNTER. I. HORN
COINCIDENT CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF FERRITE APERTURED PLATES. W. G. RUMBLE, C. S. WARREN
ANTICIPATORY DISPLAY DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER • L. J. FOGEL, M. DWONCZYK
A TRANSISTORIZED, ALL-ELECTRONIC COSINE-SINE FUNCTION GENERATOR. H. SCHMID
AN ANALOGUE MEMORY • W. S. KOZAK
NETWORK SOLUTION OF THE RIGHT TRIANGLE PR08LEM • M. R. WINKLER
TRANSISTOR CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES FOR A CORE MEMORV WITH 500 MILLIMICROSECOND CYCLE TIME • V. J. SFERRINO
A VERSATILE CHARACTER GE~ERATOR WITH DIGITAL INPUT. E. D. JONES
AN ERROR CORRECTING ENCODER AND DECODER FOR PHONE LINE DATA. K. E. PERRV
MEGACVCLE MAGNETIC ROD LOGIC. D.A. MEIER, B. A. KAUFMAN, D. W. RORK
EVAPORATED FILMS AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS. D••• MOORE
BIAX HIGH SPEED MAGNETIC COMPUTER ELEMENT • C. L. WANLASS, S. o. WANLASS
PLASTIC NEURONS AS MEMORY ELEMENTS • O. G. WILLIS
A CLASS OF MACHINES WHICH DETERMINE THE STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF A SEQUENCE OF CHARACTERS. J. D. FOUlK~S
ADAPTIVE SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEMS, A STATISTICAL THEORY OF ADAPTATION. B. WIDROW
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A MULTI-ADDRESSABLE RANDOM ACCESS FILE SYSTEM. EMORY A. COIL
DIODELESS CORE LOGIC CIRCUITS • S. B. YOCHELSON
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WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
BALTIMORE, OCTOBER 2-3, 1962. WASHINGTON, SPARTAN BOOKS, 1963.
QA16.5.W63 1962
LC CARD NO. 63-11122

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COUNTABLE-BIT NOMOGRAPHIC ELECTRONIC COMPUTATION, 'NOEL' • DOUGLAS P. ADAMS
THE SOLOMON COMPUTER, A PRELIMINARY REPORT. D. L. SLOTNICK, W. C. BORCK, R. C. MCREYNOLDS
A TWO-DIMENSIONAL ITERATIVE NETWORK COMPUTING TECHNIQUE AND MECHANIZATIONS. J. K. HAWKINS, C. J. MUNSEY
HIGHLY PARALLEL MACHINES. WEBB T. COMFORT
ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTERS. HARVEY L. GARNER, JON S. SQUIRE
THE UCLA VARIABLE STRUCTURE COMPUTER SYSTEM. GERALD ESTRIN, BERTRAM BUSSELL, JAMES I. BIBB
FUNCTION-ORIENTED ON-LINE ANALYSIS. GLEN J. CULLER
THE MULTI-LIST CENTRAL PROCESSOR. N. S. PRYWES, S. LITWIN

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TITLE WORD INDEX
A.C - ACC
THE PILOT MODEL OF THE
A LIBRARY FOR 2000
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY DYNAMIC
GRADUATI
A PROGRESS REPORT ON THE INTRODUCTION OF
LOGGING AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES USED IN GOVERNMENT

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A.D. NETWORK ANALYSER
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A.D.P. INSTALLATIONS AND PROVISIONAL RESULTS SO FAR 0 RMCS60
1
A.D.P. SYSTEM DESIGN IN THE AUSTRALIAN POST OFFICE
AUS 63 A.9
OGNITION, DATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN A.O.P. SYSTEMS
THE PLACE OF CHARACTER REC TCJU12 161
ORTANCE IN RELATION TO THE RELIABILITY OF GOVERNMENT A.D.P. SYSTEMS
SOME ENGINEERING FACTORS OF IMP RMCS60
23
AUS 60All.3'
INTEGRATION OF'DATA IN THE A.G.L. CO.
AUS 63 C.8
ENCAPSULATED LOGIC BLOCKS, THE A.W.A. 'DATABLOC' SYSTEM
ANALOG NCR 537 3D
COMPUTING WITH MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS USING MULTIPHASE A-C VOLTAGES
ECIP55 15~
THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF UNIVAC BY THE A-2 COMPILER SYSTEM (GERMAN)
THE WORD 'A' HAS BEEN PREVENTED FROM INDEXING
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE ABACUS
JACM591 102
THE ORIGIN OF THE ABACUS AND ITS DEVELOPMENT
PACM58
57
A NOTE ON THE USE OF THE ABACUS IN NUM8ER CONVERSION
CACM603 167
A STUDY OF METHODS FOR SYSTEMATICALLY ABBREVIATING ENGLISH WORDS AND NAMES
JACM61~ 53B
AB8REVIATING WORDS SYSTEMATICALLY
CACM605 323
CACM63N 668
FLEXIBLE ABBREVIATION OF WORDS IN A COMPUTER LANGUAGE
AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COMPUTING MACHINES AT ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND
OPERATING EFFICIENCIES PACM52T 13
A LOGICAL MACHINE FOR MEASURING PR08LEM SOLVING ABILITY
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CAC~21
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AN INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH THE ABILITY TO EXTRACT INTELLIGENCE FROM DATA
PACM62
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IMPLICIT FUNCTION SIMULATION OF THE ABLATION PROBLEM USING FINITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS
WHAT EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ALGOL
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ABSOLUTE MINIMAL EXPRESSIONS OF BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
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SPIN ABSORPTION SPECTRA
CACM632 66
LINEAR PROGRAMMING APPLIED TO ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY
ON A PROGRAM FOR CACM61N 50~
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WITHOUT A LABEL OPERATOR
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COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF SATURATING PGEC602 175
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN PHYSICS ABSTRACTING
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AUTOMATIC SYNTAX ANALYSIS IN MACHINE INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING
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COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN ABSTRACTING AND DOCUMENTATION
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AUTOMATIC ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING, SURVEY AND RECOMMENDATIONS CACM615 226
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A ICSI5B1 351
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INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE ABSTRACTING ON BUILDING, AN APPRAISAL
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IQUES AND HIERARCHIAL DATA INDEXING
AN AUTOMATIC A8STRACTING PROGRAM EMPLOYING STYLe-STATISTICAL TECHN PACM61 5C3
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THE EFFICIENCY OF METALLURGICAL ABSTRACTS
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ACM-NCA SYMPOSIUM ON BANKING AUTOMATION, A8STRACTS
CACM63D 699
AN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR REFERENCES AND A8STRACTS IN THE COMPUTER SCIENCES
CAN 62 136
ABSTRACTS OF ICIP
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PACM62
88
THE MECHANISM OF AC 8IASED MAGNETIC RECORDING
NCR 612 69
PGEC583 191
DESIGN OF AC COMPUTING AMPLIFIERS USING TRANSISTORS
FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION OF THE USSR ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ING OF THE ALL-UNION INSTITUTE ICSI581 511
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTER OF THE U.S.S.R. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (BESM)
IEES56 280
HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER OF THE USSR ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IGERMANI
BESM, THE ECIP55
76
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINE OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE U.S.S.R.
JACM563 129
Anc PROGI
THE WORK OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR IN THE FIELD OF AUTON MTP 58 2~7
ACCELERATING CONVERGENCE OF ITERATIVE PROCESSES
CACM586
9
TCJ~611
73
THE DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMUM ACCELERATING FACTOR FOR SUCCESSIVE OVER-RELAXATION
US EQUATIONS BY CHEBYSHEV EXTRAPOLATION WHEN THEI
ACCELERATING THE JACOBI METHOD FOR SOLVING SIMULTANEO TCJ6632 169
ARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PROBLEMS IN ONE INDEPENDENI
ACCELERATION TECHNIQUES IN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS. WITH P IFIP62 1~9
AN ELECTROMAGNETIC CLUTCH FOR HIGH ACCELERATIONS
PIRE530 1453
COMPUTERS WITH EUROPEAN ACCENTS
WJCC57
14
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF PRINTED CODE TO IMPULSES ACCEPTABLE TO COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
WJCC55
29
ACCEPTANCE TEST FOR RAYTHEON HURRICANE COMPUTER
EJCC53
48
PROBLEMS IN ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
JACM5~2
82
MAINTENANCE AND ACCEPTANCE TESTS USED ON THE MIDAC
JACM552 95
USE
ACCEPTANCE TRIALS OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR GOVERNMENT TCJ4613 185
SETS OF TAPES ACCEPTED BY DIFFERENT TYPES OF AUTOMATA
JACM611 B1
FERROMAGNETIC CORES WITH MICROSECOND ACCESS
ANL 53 118
REQUIREMENTS FOR A RAPID ACCESS DATA FILE
WJCC56
39
UNIVAC RANDEX II, RANDOM ACCESS DATA STORAGE SYSTEM
EJCC60 189
NIQUE USING STAI
FLUXLOK, A NONDESTRUCTIVE, RANDOM-ACCESS ELECTRICALLY ALTERABLE. HIGH-SPEED MEMORY TECH PGEC603 323
WCR 604 42
A MULTI-ADDRESSABLE RANDOM ACCESS FILE SYSTEM
KEY AOORESSING OF RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES BY RADIX TRANSFORMATION
SJCC63 355
FERRITE APERTURED PLATE FOR RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY
EJCC56 107
PURPOSE SOLID-STATE COMPUTER USING SEQUENTIAL ACCESS MEMORY
A SPECIAL- WJCC58
7~
ACCOUNTING MACHINE II, THE MAGNETIC-DISK, RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY
THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY 18MJ511 72
CARD RAN~OM ACCESS MEMORY (CRAMI, FUNCTIONS AND USE
EJCC61 1.. 7
THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY ACCOUNTING MACHINE I, SYSTEM
IBMJ571 62
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

74

ACC - ADO

TITLE WORD INDEX

DISK. RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY

THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY ACCOUNTING "ACHINE II. THE MAGNETICQUASI-RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY SYSTEMS
AN EXPERIMENTAL RAPID ACCESS MEMORY USING DIODES AND CAPACITORS
A DIRECT ACCESS PHOTOME"ORY PART I. PROTOTYPE MACHINE SYSTEM
DIRECT ACCESS PHOTDMEMORY PART II. SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS
THE DIRECT ACCESS SEARCH SYSTEM
ADORE SS ING FOR RANOOM-ACCESS STORAGE
RISTICS OF SCRTING IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS USING RANDOM ACCESS STORAGE DEVICES
SOME CHARACTE
SYSTEMS CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE USE OF RANDOM ACCESS STORAGE EQUIPMENT
ADDRESSING FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE WITH MULTIPLE BUCKET CAPACITIES
FOR STORAGE ANC SWITCHING
RAPID-ACCESS STORAGE. INCLUDING THE USE OF MAGNETIC CORES
MAGNETIC CORE ACCESS SWITCHES
A HIGH TRACK-OENSITY SERVO-ACCESS SYSTEM FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING DISK STORAGE
RANDOM ACCESS SYSTEMS FOR CHAIN STORE ACCOUNTING
DIGITAL MEMORIES
INVESTIGATION OF STORAGE AND ACCESS TECHNIQUES SUITABLE FOR USE IN LARGE-CAPACITY
THE INFLUENCE OF STORAGE ACCESS TIME ON MERGING PROCESSES IN A COMPUTER
SORTING WITH LARGE VOLUME. RANDOM ACCESS. DRUM STORAGE
RY OF 314 MILLION BITS CAPACITY WITH FAST AND DIRECT ACCESS. ITS SYSTEMS AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS
IMO
USES OF A MEDIUM-SCALE COMPUTER WITH EXTENSIVE ACCESSORY FEATURES
SCIENTIFIC
ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION AT AUTOMATING BANKS
ACCOUNT IDENTIFICATION FOR AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
APPLIED MATHEMATICS
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE WORK DONE AT THE ZURICH INSTITUTE OF
.
A~ ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR FOR PUNCHED-CARD ACCOUNTANCY
BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY OATA PROCESSING
THE ROLE OF THE ACCOUNTANT IN ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
ELECTRONICS IN FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
ELECTRONICS AT WORK IN LIFE INSURANCE ACCOUNTING
GENERAL ACCOUNTING
PUBLIC UTILITY ACCOUNTING
WAGES ACCOUNTING
LIFE INSURANCE ACCOUNTING
CASUALTY INSURANCE ACCOUNTING
RANDOM ACCESS SYSTEMS FOR CHAIN STORE ACCOUNTING
PRODUCTION STOCK CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING
HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO AUTOMATIC MESSAGE ACCOUNTING
PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN APPLICATION OF
INVENTORY CONTROL. ACCOUNTING ANO PAYROLL
THE ACCOUNTING CONSULTANT VIEWS ELECTRONIC DATA
PROCESSING
EXPERIENCE IN TRANSMITTING ACCOUNTING OA TA
N IN THE PACKAGE INDUSTRIES
USE OF ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING DEVICES IN LARGE-SCALE TONNAGE DISTRIBUTIO
ACCOUNTING FOR FARMERS. SUGAR BEET PRODUCTION
THE TRANSITION FRO" SUPERCONDUCTING TO NORMAL PHASE. ACCOUNTING FOR LATENT HEAT AND EDDY CURRENTS
ON
ACCOUNTING FOR THE SOLDIER'S PAY
PROGRA~MING
ACCOUNTING FOR THE SOLDIER'S PAY. ORGANIZATION OF
THE UNIVAC FILE-COMPUTER APPLIED TO GENERAL ACCOUNTING FUNCTIONS
ACP FOR POPULATION REGISTRATION AND TAX ACCOUNTING IN SWEDEN (SWEDISH)
THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY ACCOUNTING MACHINE I. SYSTEM
ACCESS MEMORY
THE RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY ACCOUNTING MACHINE II, THE MAGNETIC-DISK, RANDOMPUNCHED CARO COMPUTER ALLIED WITH NATIONAL CLASS 32 ACCOUNTING MACHINES AND PAPER TAPE
ISING AN IBM 650
ING MACHINE
PUBLIC UTILITY CUSTOMER ACCOUNTING ON THE TYPE 650 MAGNETIC DRUM DATA PROCESS
STOCK CONTROL ON A NEW ELECTRONIC ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE CENTRALIZED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
A GENERALIZED BROKERAGE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM IRCA 5011
PROCESSING SYSTE~S
THE NEED FOR INTEGRATION OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS AND THE DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC DATAINTEGRATED ACCOUNTING USING A VARIETY OF EQUIPMENT
AL AUDIT PROBLEMS, INDUSTRIAL LIFE ASSURANCE PREMIUM ACCOUNTING USING AN IBM 650 PUNCHEO CARD COMPUTER ALL
PAYROLL ACCOUNTING WITH ELECOM 120 COMPUTER
INVENTORY CONTROL, ACCOUNTING, AND PAYROLL
SALES ACCOUNTING, CONTROL AND STATISTICS
ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS IN RETAIL ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
AN EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM FOR LOGIC DESIGN DATA ACCUMULATION AND RETRIEVAL
ITIALI
THECRETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERROR IN THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF IN
THE ENIAC
ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERRORS IN NUMERICAL INTEGRATION ON
HIGH-SPEED CALCULATING MACHINES
ON THE ACCUMULATION OF ERRORS IN PROCESSES OF INTEGRATION ON
AUTOMATIC DATA-ACCUMULATION SYSTEM FOR WINO TUNNELS
A 2.5-MEGACYCLE FERRACTOR ACCUMULATOR
EXPRESSIONS FOR SINGLE-ADDRESS COMPUTERS WITH ONE ACCUMULATOR
NOTE ON COOING REVERSE POLISH
OYNAMIC ACCURACY AND ERROR IN ANALOG COMPUTATIONS
LTIPLE-INPUT ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTER WITH 12 BIT ACCURACY AND FAST, NON-SEQUENTIAL SwITCHING
MU
POLYNCMIALS, AN APPROACH TOWARD EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN ACCURACY AND SPEED IN PRIMARY MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS
ANALOG DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
OYNAMIC ACCURACY AS A DESIGN CRITERION OF LINEAR ELECTRONICFAST HIGH-ACCURACY BINARY PARALLEL ADDITION
ACCURACY CONTROL IN THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
ACCURACY CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR MAGNETIC-CORE MEMORIES
ON OF THE HEAT CONDUCTION EQUATION
HIGH ACCURACY DIfFERENCE FORMULAE FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTI
THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF RELIABILITY ANO ACCURACY FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF SYSTEM
FUNCTION GENERATCRS
ACCURACY IMPROVEMENTS OF THE TAPPED-POTENTIOMETER
A FAMILY OF QUADRATURE FORMULAS WHICH ACHIEVE HIGH ACCURACY IN CO~POSITE RULES
ACCURACY OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS OF REDUNDANCY TO I~PROVE THE ACCURACY OF BINARY SYSTEMS
THE ACCURACY OF DATA PREPARATION
THE ACCURACY OF FLOATING POINT COMPUTERS
RILED FOUR-QLAORANT TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLIER WITH AN ACCURACY OF 0.1 PER CENT
A TRANSISTO
CONTINUOUS CCNTROL SYSTEMS
A HIGH-ACCURACY, REAL-TIME DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR USE IN
AN ACCURATE ANALOG MULTIPLIER AND DIVIDER
AN ACCURATE DIGITAL-ANALOG FUNCTION GENERATOR
MORE ACCURATE LINEAR LEAST SQUARES
THE PILOT ACE
LINEAR ALGEBRA ON THE PILOT ACE
THE ACE
THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY'S ACE
OF NON-LINEAR HEAT-CONDUCTION PROBLEMS ON THE PILOT ACE
THE SOLUTl ON
SOME FEATURES OF THE ACE COMPUTER
THE USE OF THE PILOT ACE FOR TESTING A NEW DESIGN OF PROTON SYNCHROTRON
THE MAGNETIC STORAGE DRUM ON THE ACE PILOT MODEL
A FAMILY OF QUADRATURE FORMULAS WHICH ACHIEVE HIGH ACCURACY IN COMPOSITE RULES
SYSTEM
PROGRAM DESIGN TO ACHIEVE MAXIMU~ UTILIZATION IN A REAL-TIME COMPUTING
DATA PROCESSING
THE PRESENT STATUS, ACHIEVEMENT AND TRENDS OF PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL
TER COMPATIBLE ELECTROLUMINESCENT TECHNIQUES FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF WIDE ANGLE VISUAL DISPLAYS
COMPU
TRANSFER RATES
ACHIEVING MAXI~UM PULSE PACKING DENSITIES AND
THE ACHILLES HEEL OF DATA PROCESSING
15

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

A.C - ACH
IBMJ571 12
EJCC56 128
PACM52T 133
WJCC58
50
WJCC58
53
FJCC63 167
I BMJ512 130
CACM635 248
CAN 60 356
JACM633 301
I EES56 289
PGEC623 352
I BMJ614 281
AUS 60 M.l
LCMT61
1
TCJ2592 49
CACM635 240
WJCC59
14
CAS 58
18
CACM63D 101
JACM513 245
MANC51
21
I EES56 22B
AUS 513 303
TCB5612 56
EJCC55
26
LSU 51 141
TC81513 58
BCS 58 244
BCS 58 118
HACC59 8-01
HACC59 8-08
AUS 60 A4.1
EDPS61 364
LSU 58 139
EDPS61
53
AUS 60 Al.1
TCJ5634 305
LSU 51 131
BCS 58 410
I BMJ592 132
TCJ5634 249
TCJ5634 258
CAS 56
14
BIT 612 65
1 BMJ571 62
IBMJ511 72
AUS 60 Al.4
JACM544 113
AUS 60 A4.3
CAS 62
31
CAS 60
68
WJCC55
26
TCJ6631
5
AUS 60 A1.4
WJCC53
54
BCS 58 331
TCBI513 68
EJCC55
61
IFlP62 618
I CIP59
36
MSEE462 19
HARV41 116
PGEC561
1
EJCC56
50
TCJbb31 67
PGEC633 313
NCR 594 259
PACM62
60
PGEC512 14
PGEC604 465
WJCC51 202
WJCC51 105
TCJ5622 142
RMCS60
39
PGEC621 63
JACM593 364
PGEC534 12
PACM62 118
TCB4601
7
BIT 612 81
PGEC581 41
WJCC59 I'll
PGEC612 269
PECS52
16
WJCC59 255
ADC 53
5
ADC 53 129
I EES56 219
TC82595 19
IEES56 158
AUS 572 224
I EES56
12
I EES56 509
JACM593 384
WJCC59 299
DIP 62 312
NCR 634 11
WCR 5B4 48
CAN 60
69
15

ACI - ADV

TITLE WORD INDEX

AUTOMATIC DETERMINATION OF AMINO ACID SEQUENCES
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE ACM
FIFTEEN YEARS ACM
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM
FOR A SET OF PUBLICATION STANDARDS FOR USE BY THE ACM
A PROPOSAL
SUMMARY OF AIEE-IRE-ACM CONFERENCE
PREPRINTS
ACM CONFERENCE ON SYMBOL MANIPULATION, PROGRAM AND
ACM INAUGURATES VISITING SCIENTISTS PROGRAM
NATIONAL ACM MEMBERSHIP SURVEY
ACM MEMBERSHIP SURVEY JANUARY I, 1962
ACM ORGANIZATION PAGE
REITERATION OF ACM POLICY TOWARD STANDARDIZATION
ACM PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
ACM PUBLICATION POLICIES AND PLANS
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ACM REPDS ITORY
LANGUAGE
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF ACM-GAMM COMMITTEE ON AN INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC
POSED INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE OF THE ZURICH ACM-GAMM CONFERENCE
IYNTAX AND SEMANTICS OF THE PRO
ACM-NCA SYMPOSIUM ON BANKING AUTOMATION, ABSTRACTS
INDEX TD THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, VOLUMES 1-5, 1958-1962
ALGOL REFERENCES IN COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, 1960-1961
DESCRIPTION OF SERIAL ACOUSTIC BINARY EDVAC
WIRE-TYPE ACOUSTIC DELAY LINES FOR DIGITAL STORAGE
THE ACOUSTIC-DELAY-LINE ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR
ACOUSTIC-MODE SCATTERING OF HOLES
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACP CIRCUITS
DESIGN OF ACP RESISTOR-COUPLED SWITCHING CIRCUITS
A COMPUTER FOR WEATHER DATA ACQUISITION
NTO POLAR CO-ORDINATE FORM SUITABLE FOR RAOAR TARGET ACQUISITION
IOF CARTESIAN CO-ORDINATE INFORMATION
AN AUTD~ATIC DATA ACQUISITION AND INQUIRY SYSTEM USING DISK FILES
DATA ACQUISITION IN THE WRE SYSTEM
CHECKOUT SYSTEM
THE ACRE COMPUTER, A DIGITAL COMPUTER fOR A MISSILE
COMMUNICATION ACROSS LANGUAGE BARRIERS
THE DYNAMICS OF TOGGLE ACTION
OYNAMIC FLIP-FLOPS AND THEIR USE IN PARALLEL ACTION COMPUTERS
LANGUAGE
OFFICIAL ACTIONS AND RESPONSES TO ALGOL 60 AS A PROGRAMMING
DIGITAL SJMULATION OF ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS
SYNTHESIS OF TRANSFER ADMITTANCE FUNCTIONS USING ACTIVE COMPONENTS
ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVE IN MACHINE INDEXING RESEARCH
COMBAT VEHICLE FIRING STABILITY !ACTIVE SUSPENSIONI
PROBLEMS
A NEW ACTIVE-PASSIVE NETWORK SIMULATOR FOR TRANSIENT FIELD
PGEC STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND EDUCATION IN COMPUTERS
G MACHINEI
A REVIEW OF GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS AND ACTIVITIES IN THE FJELD OF AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTIN
INSTITUTE
ACTIVITIES OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE FRANKLIN
FIELD OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES OF THE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY IN THE
THE IONIC THEORY OF HEART ACTIVITY
COMPUTATIONS OF NERVE AND HEART CELL ACTIVITY
SYNTHESIS OF LOGICAL SYSTEMS OF GIVEN ACTIVITY
MAINTAINED ACTIVITY IN NEURAL NETS
TRAINING FOR ACTIVITY IN SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION WORK
ACTIVITY IN SWEDEN IN DIGITAL COMPUTER FIELD
ACTIVITY NETWORK FOR PLANNING AND SCHEDULING
S ANO INFORMATION PROCESSING, 15 MAYI
USA NATIONAL ACTIVITY REPORT TO ISD-TC 91-SUBCOMMITTEE 5, COMPUTER
RS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING
USA NATIONAL ACTIVITY REPORT TO ISO-TC 91-WORKING GROUP E, COMPUTE
HOW SCIENTISTS ACTUALLY LEARN OF WORK IMPORTANT TO THEM
AN APPLICATION OF THE I.BM 650 EDPM TO CERTAIN ACTUARIAL PROBLEMS OF A LARGE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE
ADA, A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER
ENERALIZATION ANO INFORMATION STORAGE IN NETWORKS OF ADALINE 'NEURONS'
G
ADAM, A PROBLEM-ORIENTED SYMBOL PROCESSOR
A STARTING METHOD FOR THE THREE-POINT ADAMS PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR METHOD
SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEMS, A STATISTICAL THEORY OF ADAPTATION
ADAPTIVE
AN EXAMPLE OF DEALING WITH A COMPLEX TASK BY ADAPTATION
THE CHESS MACHINE,
MAGNETIC-TAPE BACKING STORE
ADAPTATION DF THE JACOBI METHOD FOR A COMPUTER WITH
MAGE, A LANGUAGE DERIVED FROM ALGOL ADAPTED TO SMALL MACHINES IFRENCHI
EMI
INTERACTION BETWEEN A GROUP OF SUBJECTS AND AN ADAPTIVE AUTOMATION TO PROOUCE A SELF ORGANIZING SYST
AN ADAPTIVE CHARACTER READER
HYBRID SIMULATION OF AN AIRCRAFT ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM
OF REDUNDANT SYSTEMS
ADAPTIVE DECISION ELEMENTS TO IMPROVE THE RELIABILITY
AN EXPERIMENT MODEL OF ADAPTIVE MEMORY
PATTERN RECOGNITION WITH AN ADAPTIVE NETWDRK
OF ADAPTATION
ADAPTIVE SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEMS, A STATISTICAL THEORY
ADAPTIVE SWITCHING CIRCUITS
CONCERNING EFFICIENT ADAPTIVE SYSTE~S
OUTLINE FOR A LOGICAL THEORY OF ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS
ADAPTIVE SYSTE~S IN PATTERN RECOGNITION
ADAPTIVE TEACHING MACHINES
ADAPTIVE VOTE-TAKERS IMPROVE THE USE OF REDUNDANCY
ON MOOIFYING THE 1620 ADD TABLE
STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR CO"PUTATIONI
CORRECTION AND ADDENDUM TO 'ORGANIZATION OF A 'FIXEO-PLUS-VARIABLE'
ADDENDUM TO A GENERALIZED POLYPHASE MERGE ALGORITHM
A MAGNETIC CORE PARALLEL ADOER
TUNNEL-DIODE FULL BINARY ADDER
CARRY-SELECT ADOER
THE CARRY-DEPENDENT SUM ADDER
A FULL BINARY ADOER EMPLOYING TWO NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE DIODES
HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTORIZED ADDER FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER
A MULTI-INPUT ANALOGUE ADDER FOR USE IN A FAST BINARY MULTIPLIER
A ONE-MICROSECOND AODER USING ONE-MEGACYCLE CIRCUITRY
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A I-MICROSECOND PARALLEL ADDER, USING I-MEGACYCLE CIRCUITRY
ADDERS
AN EVALUATION OF SEVERAL TWO-SUMMAND BINARY ADDERS
SERIAL DIGITAL AODERS FOR A VARIABLE RADIX OF NOTATION
TWC-COLLECTOR TRANSISTOR FOR BINARY FULL ADDITION
AN ANALYSIS OF CARRY TRANSMISSION IN COMPUTER ADOITION
FAST HIGH-ACCURACY BINARY PARALLEL ADDITION
DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDI nON
THE
DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION
CORRECTION TO THE
BINARY-TD-OECIMAL INTEGER CONVERSION USING ONLY ADOI nON AND SUBTRACTION
MULTIPLE-PRECISION
CHECKABLE ADDITION CIRCUITS
CONDIT IONAL-SUM ADDI nON LOGIC
CORRECTION TO CONDITIONAL-SUM ADDITION LOGIC
16

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ACC - ADO
IBMJ633 2U
JACM561
1
CACM626 300
CACM639 514
CACM602 70
EJCC53 116
CACM604 IB3
CACM634 143
CACM629 470
CACM626 291
CACM630 643
CACM62N 547
CACM630 642
JACM592 121
CACM634 142
ARAP591 268
ICIP59 125
CACM63D 699
CACM633 1-1
CACM619 404
MSEE464 47
IEES56 491
I EES56 276
IBMJ612 123
I BMJ633 201
IBMJ633 190
EJCC6D
51
AUS 60 C9.3
CACM630 626
AUS 512 202
WJCC59 211
WJCC59 286
WJCC5B
46
CENG59
96
CACM634 159
CAS 51
51
IBMJ631 40
MIPP61
22
CACM616 219
PIRE611 268
PGEC552 49
MSEE463 29
ICC 622 115
ICC 634 210
AUS 60B'8.1
AUS 63 B.IO
PGEC636 904
JACM622 26B
ICSI582 1441
MANC51
21
BIT 621 21
CACM639 502
CACM632 51
ICSI5Bl 195
AUS 60 A3.1
AUS 512 209
SOS 62 435
SJCC63 361
JACM602 176
WCR 594 14
WJCC55 101
TCJ5621 51
ROME62 473
SOS 62 2B3
WCR 6D4 29
FJCC63 425
NCR 624 124
PACM62
12
NCR 602 66
WCR 594 74
WCR 604 96
SOS 62 215
JACM623 297
PGEC636 822
PLCI61 129
RTCS62 229
IBSJ621 82
JACM624 522
CACM61N 495
PGEC584 262
PGEC622 213
PGEC623 340
PGEC633 265
JBMJ583 223
PGEC604 461
IEES56 515
PGEC562 65
WJCC56 103
MSEE463 23
PGEC602 213
ADC 53 120
I BMJ513 212
PACM58
21
PGEC604 465
PGEC601 35
PGEC602 261
CACM638 439
CAMB49
91
PGEC602 226
PGEC604 509
16

ADD - AIR

TITLE WORD INDEX

ACI - ADV

1 EES56 138
A DECIMAL ADDITION-SUBTRACTION UNIT
TCJ2591 XI
MERCURY AUTOCDDE. ADDITIONAL NOTES
CACM601
6
ABSTRACTS. ADDITIONAL NUCLEAR REACTOR CODES
JACM594 521
EMPIRICAL TESTS OF AN ADDITIVE RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR
EJCC51
5
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
EJCC52
1
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
EJCC53
1
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
EJCC55
6
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
EJOC56
3
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
JACM511
1
RETIRING PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
JACM511
5
INAUGURAL PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
WJCC58
2
WELCOME ADDRESS
A COMPUTER-INTEGRATED WJCC58
~2
RAPID-ACCESS MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEM WITH FIXED ADDRESS
JACM563 169
SORTING BY ADDRESS CALCULATION
JACM60~ 369
COMPUTER TIME FOR ADDRESS CALCULATION SORTING
CAtM596 32
PROGRAMMING FOR A MACHINE WITH AN EXTENDED ADDRESS CALCULATIONAL MECHANISM
MSEE~6~
39
COOE AND CONTROL IV, EXAMPLES OF A THREE-ADDRESS CODE AND THE USE OF 'STOP ORDER TAGS'
MANt51
19
A COMPARISON OF ONE AND THREE ADDRESS CODES
JACM513 21~
TWO PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES FOR ONE-PLUS-ONE ADDRESS COMPUTERS
TCJ5621 15
ZERO-ADDRESS COMPUTERS
JACM5H 118
ON SINGLE VS. TRIPLE ADDRESS COMPUTING MACHINES
TCJ66~4 332
OPTIMIZATION OF THE ADDRESS FIELD COMPILATION IN THE ILLIAC 2 ASSEMBLER
MTl 611 379
ON PROBLEMS OF ADDRESS IN AN AUTOMATIC DICTIONARY OF FRENCH
I EES56 13~
AN AUTOMATIC FLOATING-ADDRESS MACHINE
ECIP55 148
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A COMPUTER WITH AN INDEPENDENT ADDRESS OPERATION UNIT IGERMANI
IBMJ632 127
AN APPLICATION OF CODING THEORY TO A FILE ADDRESS PROBLEM
OCR 62
51
CHARACTER RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES FOR ADDRESS READING
TOMM58 205
THE MOST ECONOMIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER
JACM561
1
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS TO THE ACM
I BMJ632 121
A METHOD FOR KEY-TO-AODRESS TRANSFORMATION
ECIP55
150
ADDRESS-MODIFICATION
WITH
INDEX
REGISTERS
USED
IN
EDPM TYPE 70~ IGERMAN)
WJCC56
1
KEYNOTE ADDRESS, COMPUTERS. FROM YOUTH TO MANHOOD
EJCC53
6
OPENING ADDRESS, JOINT COMPUTER CONFERENCE
WJCC57
10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS. TECHNIQUES FOR RELIABILITY IN COMPUTERS FOR
WEAPON CONTROL
TCJ1583 98
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS, THE SECOND DECADE OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENT
WCR 60~ ~2
A MULTI-ADDRESSABLE RANDOM ACCESS FILE SYSTEM
SJCC62
89
A CRYOGENIC DATA AOORESSED MEMORY
IBSJ633 182
AN INTRINSICALLY ADDRESSED PROCESSING SYSTEM
PGEC61~ 722
DRUM ORGANIZATION FOR STROBE ADDRESSING
IBSJ632 86
FILE ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESSING
13
PROGRAM CONTROL UTILIZING A VARIABLE REFERENCE FOR ADDRESSING
AUTOMATIC PECS52
CACM633 100
FORTRAN FOR ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
ADDRESSING AN ARRAY Y-SU8-I IN K-DIMENSIONS BY
IBMJ572 130
ADORESSING FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE
JACM633 307
ADDRESSING FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE WITH MULTIPLE
BUCKET CAPACITIES
MTL 611 283
INTRINSIC MACHINE ADDRESSING IN AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION
CACM628 459
ANALYSIS Of A fiLE ADDRESSING METHOD
CACM624 205
ADDRESSING MULTIDIMENSIONAL ARRAYS
SJCC63 355
KEY ADDRESSING OF RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES BY RADIX
TRANSFORI'ATICN
CACM615 H8
AN INDIRECT CHAINING METHOD FOR ADDRESSING ON SECONDARY KEYS
I BSJ632 112
NOTE ON RANDOM ADDRESSING TECHNIQUES
AUS 511 121
AN ADDRESSLESS COOING SCHEME BASED ON MATHEMATICAL
NOT A;J ION
AUS 60 C6.3
LOGICAL DESIGN FOR ADM, AN ADDRESSLESS DIGITAL MACHINE
AUS 60 C6.2
CONSIDERATIO.NS OF A COMPUTER WITH AN ADDRESSLESS ORDER CODE
AUS 60 Cb.l
GEORGE. AN ADDRESSLESS PROGRAMMING SCHEME FOR DEUCE
AUS 572 221
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY DYNAMIC A.D. NETWORK ANALYSER
CAN 62 118
THE ADEQUACY AND EFFICIENCY OF PROGRAM TESTING
I BMJ591 54
AN ANALYSIS OF ADEQUATE INVENTORY LEVELS
PAtM56
29
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL ENCODING SYSTEM, II lADES III
PACM62
50
ION OF THE BANG-BANG CONTROL PI
APPLICATION OF THE ADJOINT SYSTEM OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN THE SOLUT
A FINITE SEQUENTIALLY COMPACT PROCESS FOR THE ADJOINTS OF MATRICES OVER ARBITRARY INTEGRAL DOMAINS tACM628 447
RECOGNITION PROGRAM THAT GENERATES. EVALUATES, AND ADJUST ITS OWN OPERATORS
A PATTERN- CATH63 251
PACM58
14
COMPUTATION CF INDUSTRIAL SERVICES WITH POWER FACTOR ADJUSTMENT
f~PANY INTRODUCES A DIRECT WAY FOR FAST
ECIP55 182
A NOTE ON THE USE OF AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF STRIP WIDTH IN QUADRATURE
A PATTERN WJCC61 555
RECOGNITICN PROGRAM THAT GENERATES. EVALUATES AND ADJUSTS ITS OWN OPERATORS
AUS 60 C6.3
LOGICAL DESIGN FOR ADM, AN ADDRESSLESS DIGITAL MACHINE
TCJ3601 15
DATA PROCESSING IN UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION
CACM63D 704
RECEHT DEVELOP~ENTS AFFECTING ADP IN TAX ADMINISTRATION
THE USE OF A CAN 58 202
MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER IN RETIREMENT AND WELFARE PLAN ADMINISTRATION
SOME COMPUTER HARVbl 265
APPLICATIONS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
MTP 58 809
TO WHAT EXTENT CAN ADMINISTRATION BE MECHANIZED
AUS 6.3 A.14
CONTROLS AND ADMINISTRATION IN RELATION TO A DATA PROCESSING
CENTRE
AUS 63 A.13
CONTROL AND ADMINISTRATION OF A DATA PROCESSING CENTRE
CESSING TECHNIQUES TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STUDENT REC AUS 60 A7.1
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTING TC61573 48
COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS
ADC 53
85
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE APPLICATIONS
BIT b21 35
THE NEED FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH IN ADMINISTRATiVE DATA PROCESSING
THE IMPACT OF TCB1513 50
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING ON MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION
HARV55
42
ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS OF THE INVESTIGATION PHASE
IBMJ631 40
SYNTHESIS OF TRANSFER ADMITTANCE FUNCTIONS USING ACTIVE COMPONENTS
TCJ3603 121
A BANK ADOPTS AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
I CO 634 205
THE PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION FOR ADP
TC65611 11
THE ORGANISATION OF AN ADP CENTRE
AOP FOR POPULATION REGISTRATION AND TAX ACCOUNTING IN BIT 612 65
SWEDEN ISWEDISH)
CACM63D 104
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AFFECTING ADP IN TAX ADMINISTRATION
ITIDN, DATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN AN ADP SYSTEM
THE PLACE OF CHARACTER RECOGN TCB5611 19
ADC 53
46
ADVANCE NOTES ON RASCAL
DIGITAL COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBING, NAVIGATION AND MISSILE GUIDANCE SU8 PIRE611 313
SYSTEM FOR TIiEI
ONR 56
49
PROPOSED ADVANCED CODING SYSTEM FOR UNIVAC-LARC
JACM564 309
CONCLUSIONS AFTER USING THE PACT 1 ADVANCED CODING TECHNIQUE
IflP62 643
SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCED COMPONENTS
PIRE611 296
ADVANCED COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
IFIP62 561
SYMPOS IUM ON ADVANCED COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
EJCC61
264
ADVANCED
COMPUTERS.
KEY
TO
AIR
FORCE
DIGITAL
DATA
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
FOUR
PACM62
84
COMPUTERS IN ADVANCED DEFENSE SYSTEMS
CACM625 273
AN ADVANCED INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A COBOL COMPILER
EJCC59
181
ADVANCED
MAGNETIC
TAPE
SYSTEM
FOR
DATA
PROCESSING
AN
294
SY~POSIUM ON ADVANCED METHOOS IN INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL IFIP62
IFIP62 ~35
SOME MEDITATIONS ON ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
ONR
56
35
COMPUTERS
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES WITH SMALLER
OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER AT THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
A DESCRIPTION PACM52T 95
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

77

796-980 0-66-6

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CTIONS IN THE COMPUTING MACHINE AT THE INSTITUTE FOR
INSTITUTE FOR
POLYPHASE MERGE SORTING, AN
TRANSAC S-2000
PERFORMANCE

ADVANCED STUDY
DIAGNOSIS AND PREDICTION OF MAL FUN
ADVANCED STUDY WILLIAMS MEMORY
AOVANCED TECHNIQUE
ADVANCES IN A TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTER SYSTEM THE
ADVANCES IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE AND DIAGNOSIS
ADVANCES IN ORTHONORMALIZING COMPUTATION
SUMMER SCHOOL ON ADVANCES IN PROGRAMMING AND NON-NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
DIGITAL COMPUTERS
THE AOVANTAGE OF LOGICAL EQUATION TECHNIQUES IN DESIGNING
THE ADVANTAGES OF BUILT-IN CHECKING
THE COMING IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON ADVERTISING
PROGRAMMING SERVICES AND ADVICE FOR PROSPECTIVE COMPUTER USERS AND OTHERS
AEI 1010 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM
A THREE DIMENSIONAL VARIABLE SPEED, HEIGHT AND MASS AERODYNAMIC MODEL OF A GUIDED MISSILE
THE DESIGN OF
COMBUSTION AERODYNAMICS
OF NON-LINEAR DIFFERENCE-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN AERODYNAMICS
THE STABILITY
SIFICATION WITH PEEK-A-BOO FOR INOEXING OOCUMENTS ON AERODYNAMICS, AN EXPERIMENT IN RETRIEVAL
CLAS
COMPUTING MACHINES IN AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH
THE 021 DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM BY SVENSKA AEROPLAN AKTIEBOLAGET, SWEOEN
EXPERIENCE WITH A OIGITAL COMPUTER IN AN AEROPLANE TESTING ESTABLISHMENT
NAVIGATION, GUIDANCE, AND CONTROL OF AEROSPACE VEHICLES
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AFFECTING ADP IN TAX ADMINISTRATION
FACTORS AFFECTING CHOICE OF MEMORY ELEMENTS
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTING COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS
SOME FACTORS AFFECTING RELIABILITY
FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELIA8ILITY OF PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
STRUCTURE AND SERVICE
THE IRE AFFILIATE PLAN, A NEW VENTURE IN ENGINEERING SOCIETY
AUTOMATIC AFFIX INTERPRETATION AND RELIA8ILITY
A SPATIALLY ITERATEO MEMORY ORGAN PATTERNED AFTER THE CEREBRAL CORTEX
CONCLUSIONS AFTER USING THE PACT I ADVANCED CODING TECHNIQUE
PROGRAMMING STRATEGY FOR PROTECTION AGAINST COMPUTER AND OPERATOR ERRORS
PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST OPERATOR-USER ERRORS
AGATHA TYCHE, OF NERVOUS NETS, THE LUCKY RECKONERS
SSING EQUIPMENT
REQUIREMENTS OF THE BUREAU OF OLD-AGE ANO SURVIVORS INSURANCE FOR ELECTRONIC DATA PROCE
S.A.S. AIOS FOR THE JET AGE, OATA TRANSMISSION FOR ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS
PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS IN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN MACHINE COMPUTATION
RATED SUPERCONDUCTING THIN FII
ON THE INFLUENCE OF AGGREGATION ON THE MAGNETIC PHASE TRANSITION OF EVAPO
TERS ON APPLIED STATISTICS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AGRICULTURAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
IH SPEEO COMPU
SOME PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
A REMOTE DIGITAL COMPUTER ON AN OPEN-SHOP BASIS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
USE OF
BULATIONS OF THE 1960 WORLD CENSUS OF POPULATION AND AGRICULTURE
DEVELOPMENTS AND PLANS FOR THE TA
ON OF A SUPERSONIC MISSILE
THE USE OF AGWAC IN THE ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR PITCHING OSCILLATI
MAINTENANCE OF AGWAC, A LARGE ANALOG COMPUTER
THE LOOK-AHEAO UNIT
COMPUTER EVOLUTION TO AID COMPILERS
MACHINE AID FOR SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN
A COMPUTER AID FOR SYM80LIC MATHEMATICS
COMPUTERS AS AN AID IN COMPUTER DESIGN ASSESSMENT
COMPUTERS AS AN AID IN COMPUTER DESIGN ASSESSMENT
PREDICTION OF PROGRAM RUNNING TIME AS AN AID IN COMPUTER EVALUATION
THE AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID IN MEDICAL OIAGNOSIS
TECHNIQUES FOR THE USE OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HEART DISEASE
THE NCR 102A AS AN AID IN TRAINING AND RESEARCH
ONSTRUCTION OF A TEXTUAL ANALYSIS ALGORITH~ WITH THE AIO OF A COMPUTING MACHINE
C
VECTORCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS WITH THE AID OF ALGOL
SHAREHOLDER RECORD-HANDLING WITH THE AID OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT
COMPROTEIN, A COMPUTER PROGRAM TO AID PRIMARY PROTEIN STRUCTURE DETERMINATION
THE POTENTIAL FIELD AS AN AID TO CHARACTER RECOGNITION
DETAILED RECORDING OF CIRCUIT SAFETY MARGINS AS AN AID TO COMPUTER MAINTENANCE
SYSTEMATIC
THE ANALOG COMPUTER AS AN AID TO DESIGN ANO OPERATION OF A CONTINUOUS PROCESS
COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF MEOICAL HISTORY AS AN AID TO DIAGNOSIS
COMPUTERS AS AN AID TO OISTRIBUTION
DATA PROCESSING SERVICE BUREAUX AS AN AID TO MANAGEMENT
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AN AID TO PROOUCTION AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
THE COMPUTER AS AN AIO TO PROOUCTION MANAGEMENT
THE COMPUTER AS AN AID TO THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF SYSTEMS
THE DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID TO THE ELECTRICAL DESIGN ENGINEER
THE DEUCE COMPUTER AS AN AID TO TRACTION DESIGN 'AND OPERATION
COMPUTERS AS AN AID TO UTILITY MANAGEMENT
MEOICAL DIAGNOSIS AIDEO BY DIGITAL COMPUTERS
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS IN COMPUTER-AIDED TEACHING
FUNCTION
COMPUTATIONAL AIDS FOR DETERMINING THE MINIMAL FORM OF A TRUTH
C RESERVATIONS
S.A.S. AIDS FOR THE JET AGE, DATA TRANSMISSION FOR ELECTRDNI
GRAPHICAL-MECHANICAL AIDS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF RELAY CIRCUITS
COMPUTING MACHINE AIOS TO A DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRONIC AIDS TO BANKING
COMPUTER AIDS TO CODE CHECKING
MACHINE AIDS TO CODING
EQUIPMENTAL AIDS TO COMPUTING
AUTOMATIC AIOS TO DICTIONARY REVISION
SUMMARY OF AIEE-IRE-ACM CONFERENCE
RETIRING COMPUTER PIONEER, HOWARO AIKEN
SAGE, A DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR AIR DEFENSE
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN AIR OEFENSE
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR OEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, CIRCUIT OESIGN
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR OEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMING
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR OEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, MARGINAL CHECKING AND
OIGITAL SIMULATION OF ACTIVE AIR OEFENSE SYSTEMS
SIMULATION TO OBTAIN A SYSTEMS MEASURE OF AN AIR OUEL ENVIRONMENT
COMPUTER OPERATIONS AT WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE
FOUR ADVANCED COMPUTERS, KEY TO AIR FORCE DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
DATA PREPARATION AND TRANSMISSION IN THE ROYAL AIR FORCE INTEGRATED SUPPLY SYSTEM
THE INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM AT THE AIR FORCE MISSILE TEST CENTRE
EXPERIENCE ON THE AIR FORCE UNIVAC
THE ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS SYSTEM FOR TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES
YNOLD'S PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION APPLIED TO THE AIR LUBRICATION OF CIRCULARLY CURVED SURFACES
IE RE
INFORMATION SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION IN THE AIR MATERIEL COMMAND
THE PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWER OATA USING THE COMPUTER SILLIAC
AUTOMATIC RECORDING OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS
DIGITAL RECORDING OF INFORMATION FROM COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS
THE AUTOMATIC
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
18

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ADD - AIR
NCR 531 S9
ANL 53
37
EJCC60 143
EJCC58 168
CA8S62 490
AIC 612 56
TC87633 71
WJCC58 186
EJCC53
99
CAS 61
~5
TC82596 B7
TCB6621 30
AUS 6DB'10.3
HARV49 293
AUS 60 B9.2
ICSI581 771
HARV49 263
PGEC636 650
TCJ4611 25
CCST61 411
CACM63D 704
WJCC61 405
TCB1573 4B
R~CS60
49
RMCS60
66
PGEC572 71
NSMT60 311
PACM61 2C3
JACM564 309
RMCS60
17
RMCS60
19
MTP 58 611
WJCC53
74
TCJ6631 14
CTPC54
9
J8MJ602 184
AUS 60Bl1.1
LSU 57 113
TCJ6632 118
ICC 582 22
AUS 572 211A
AUS 60C10.2
PCS 62 228
CAN 62 238
PIRE530 1348
FJCC63 509
AUS 60B12.3
TCJ3614 253
CAS 60
20
EJCC59 174
EJCC61 371
CAS 56 112
MTL 612 613
CACM622 118
CAS 59
1
FJCC62 262
ICIP59 244
RMCS60
29
AUS 60 B4.2
BIT 621
9
AUS 63 A.1
AUS 60 A5.1
LSU 57 141
BCS 58
69
~CR 634
47
IEES56
41
AUS 60810.1
AUS 63 A.5
CAS 61 151
PLCI61 211
JACM604 299
TCJ6631 14
ECIP55 213
PGEC613 400
TC85624 154
PACM52T 29
PACM52T 17
CLUN55
15
PACM61 13C4
EJCC53 116
CACM626 298
EJCC51 148
EJCC58
15
PGEC564 227
PGEC564 224
PGEC564 233
CAS 57
51
PGEC591 55
LSU 56
43
EJCC61 264
TCJ6633 219
AUS 572 218
EJCC53
62
CAN 60
24
PACM61 2A5
CAS 58
11
AUS 63 B.12
AUS 63 C.23
AUS 512 219
EJCC53
18
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AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
A COMPUTER DRIVEN SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL STUDIES
IEQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBING, NA
VIGATION ANO MISSILE GUIDANCE SUBSYSTEM FOR THE B-70 AIR VEHICLE
MINIMUM TRANSISTOR LOGIC MOOULES FOR AIR-BORNE CONTROL APPLICATIONS
USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR ROOM AIR-CONDITIONING CALCULATIONS
AN AIR-FLOATING DISK MAGNETIC MEMORY UNIT
A CENTRAL COMPUTER INSTALLATION AS A PART OF AN AIR-LINE RESERVATIONS SYSTEM
AIR-LUBRICATEO SLIDER BEARINGS FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING
SPACING CONTROL
REAL-TIME DATA PROCESSING FOR CAA AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROL
THE DIGITAC AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEM
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS
EXPERIMENTS ON THE
RELATION OF THE OPERATOR TO THE CONTROL LOOP OF AN AIRBORNE DIGITAL COMPUTER
USE OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION
IE TI
E-IN OF THE HUMAN OPERATOR TO THE CONTROL LOOP OF AN AIRBORNE NAVIGATIONAL DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEM
A TRANSISTCRIlED, MULTI-CHANNEL, AIRBORNE VOLTAGE-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTER
AN AUTOMATIC CRUISE CONTROL COMPUTER FOR LONG RANGE AIRCRAFT
REAL-TIME MANAGEMENT CONTROL AT HUGHES AIRCRAFT
HYBRID SIMULATION OF AN AIRCRAFT ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM
THE INTEGRATED
USE OF ANALOG ANO DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES FOR AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC LOAD PROBLEMS
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS TO AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC PROBLEMS
PROBLEM OF AIRCRAFT DYNAMICS
COMPUTING MACHINES IN AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING
THE ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTABLISHMENT SEQUENCE-CONTROLLED CALCULATOR
AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TEST OATA PROCESSING
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
APPLICATIONS OF THE SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
CONTROL OF AIRCRAFT LOADING
SOME
AUTOMATIC COMPUTING ASPECTS IN THE EVALUATION OF AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE STUDIED ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
COMPUTER
AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION SCHEDULING
AIRCRAFT ROUTE ANALYSIS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS OF SHELLS USED IN AIRFRAME CONSTRUCTION
SIMULATIONS
SOME AIRLINE APPLICATIONS OF MONTE-CARLO SYSTEM
A DATA PROCESSING TECHNIQUE
FOR HANDLING SEAT RESERVATION PROBLEMS APPLIED TO AIRLINES
'
RETRIEVAL OF MISSPELLED NAMES IN AN AIRLINES PASSENGER RECORD SYSTEM
CATION OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER
THE UNIVAC AIRLINES RESERVATIONS SYSTEM, A SPECIAL-PURPOSE APPLI
AMERICAN AIRLINES SABRE ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS SYSTEM
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ENTERS AN AIRPLANE FACTORY
AIRPLANE LANDING GEAR PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS WITH AN
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
THE EXTRAPOLATED MODIFIED AITKEN ITERATION METHOD FOR SOLVING ELLIPTIC DIFFEREN
CE EQUATIONS
THE 021 OATA PROCESSING SYSTEM BY SVENSKA AEROPLAN AKTIEBOLAGET, SWEDEN
IIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF THE SUPERCONDUCTING ENER
GY GAP IN GINZBURG-LANDAU THEORY WITH APPLICATION TO AL
ALCOR GROUP REPRESENTATION OF ALGOL SYMBOLS
THE ALCOR PROJECT
SERIES ANALYSIS
A MEASUREMENT OF ALERTNESS BASED ON ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC TIME
SOME ASPECTS OF SWITCHING ALGEBRA
SYMPOSIUM ON SWITCHING ALGEBRA
AN INFORMATION ALGEBRA
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SWITCHING CIRCUITS AND LOGICAL ALGEBRA
INFORMATION ALGEBRA
A THEOREM FOR DERIVING
MAJORITY-LOGIC NETWORKS WITHIN AN AUGMENTED BOOLEAN ALGEBRA
INFORMATION PROCESSING USING BOOLEAN ALGEBRA IFRENCH)
SOLUTION
ON A HIGH SPEED COMPUTER OF A PROBLEM IN DIOPHANTINE ALGEBRA IFRENCH)
REPRESENTATION OF THE
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF COMPUTERS BY EQUIVALENCE ALGEBRA IGERMAN)
FUNCTION ALGEBRA AND PROPOSITIONAL CALCULUS
AN ALGEBRA FOR PERIODICALLY TIME-VARYING LINEAR BINARY
SEQUENCE TRANSDUCERS
ELEMENTS OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA FOR THE STUDY OF INFORMATION-HANDLING SYSTEMS
ALGEBRA OF POLYNOMIALS IN SEVERAL VARIABLES FOR A
DIGITAL COMPUTER
LINEAR ALGEBRA ON THE PILOT ACE
OETECTION
APPLICATION OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TO SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN AND TO ERROR
E'S TYPE IGERMAN)
ITERATIVE METHODS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH CONVERGENCE OF BERNOULLI'S ANO OF GRAEFF
THE CODASYL CEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
AN INFORMATION ALGEBRA, PHASE 1 REPORT, LANGUAGE STRUCTURE GROUP OF
AUTOMATIC CODING, COMPREHENSIVE, SUMMER SESSION, AND ALGEBRAIC
THE M.I.T. SYSTEMS OF
C DIGITAL COMPUTER
SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS ON AN AUTOMAT I
TRANSLATION BETWEEN ALGEBRAIC COOING LANGUAGES
DESIGN OF A MULTI PROGRAMMED ALGEBRAIC COMPILER
TWO SUBROUTINES FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION WITH AN ALGEBRAIC COMPILER
THE ALGEBRAIC COMPILERS FOR BENDIX G-20 COMPUTING SYSTEM
DES IGN OF THE ESIAC ALGEBRAIC COMPUTER
N OF FORMULAE FOR MOLECULAR INI
A MECHANIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC DIFFERENTIATION AND THE AUTOMATIC GENERATIO
HOUSEHOLDER'S METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE ALGEBRAIC EIGENPROBLEM
o
EFLATION BY ELEMENTARY ROTATIONS FOR THE SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC EIGENVALUE PROBLEMS
A NOVEL TYPE OF ISOGRAPH IALGEBRAIC EQUATION SOLVER)
A DIRECT METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS
THE SOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF LINEAR ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS BY A MONTE CARLO METHOD
ON BERNOULLI'S METHOD FOR SOLVING ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS, II
COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
MANIPULATION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
ALGEBRAIC FORMULATION OF FLOW DIAGRAMS
ALGORITHMS
ON AN ALGEBRAIC FOUNDATION FOR CONSTRUCTING OPTIMUM
ALGEBRAIC FUNCTION CALCULATIONS USING POTENTIAL
ANALOG PAIRS
PRELIMINARY REPORT, INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE
POSSIBLE MODIFICATIONS TO THE INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE
PRELIMINARY
REPORT OF ACN-GAMM COMMITTEE ON AN INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE
THE INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE AND THE FUTURE OF PROGRAMMING
SALE, A SIMPLE ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE FOR ENGINEERS
E SYNTAX ANO SEMANTICS OF THE PROPOS EO INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE OF THE ZURICH ACM-GAMM CONFERENCE
ALGY, AN ALGEBRAIC MANIPULATION PROGRAM
ROUNDING ERRORS IN ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES
ALGEBRAIC PROPERTIES OF SYMMETRIC AND PARTIALLY
SYMMETRIC BOCLEAN FUNCTIONS
ALGEBRAIC REPRESENTATION OF STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
LANGUAGES
AN ALGEBRAIC THEORY FOR USE IN OIGITAL COMPUTER DESIGN
THE ALGEBRAIC THEORY OF CONTEXT-FREE LANGUAGES
ITCHING SYSTEMS PART III, MINIMIZATION OF NONSINGI
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGICAL METHOOS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SW
ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGICAL METHODS IN SYNTHESIS
A NEW ALGORITHM FOR ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION
RUNCIBLE. ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION ON A LIMITED COMPUTER
ALTAC, THE TRANSAC ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATOR
AN ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATOR
COMPUTER LOGIC AND ALGEBRAS
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COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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CCST61 412
FJCC6) 431
PIRE611 31)
WJCC58 141
CAN 60 175
WCR 571t 221
CAS 51
1
LCMT61 341
EJCC51 169
WJCC54
38
PGEC521
2
18MJ593 215
EJCC57
64
6B
E JCC57
WCR 574 284
PGEC521 47
WJCC61 603
FJCC63 425
WJCC55
66
WJCC53 128
HARV49 271
EJCC51
'14
FTT 53 165
CAS 55
88
CLUN55
91
WJCC56
89
EDP561 2'13
CAN 58
88
WJCC55
78
HACC59 9-07
TCJl594 160
WJCC53
98
IFIP62
67
AUS 60A11.1
CACM623 169
EJCC58 152
WJCC61 593
ECIP55 In
WJCC53
86
TCJ6632 193
PGEC6)6 650
IBMJ621 44
CACM630 597
ROME62 207
PACM61 13Cl
HARV572 2Bl
ICIP59 422
PACM61 6Bl
PGEC614 638
TCJ5623 180
PGEC603 33B
ROME62 675
ICIP59
90
ECIP55 218
SOS 62 525
HARV571 169
PIRE530 U66
JACM621 29
ADC 53 129
PGEC543
6
ECIP55 171
CACM624 190
ONR 54
40
JACM591 97
PACM58
29
PACM61 2Bl
CACM612 102
ROME62 449
PGEC613 524
TCJ6633 287
TCJ3601 23
PACM59
32
PGEC582 '*7
PACM61 5A3
TOMM58 198
PACM56
6
TCJ4611 10
CACM619 396
CACM586
4
PACM59
38
P IRE611 216
CACM58D
8
CACM592
6
ARAP591 266
CAS 59 ll2
CACM590 22
I CIP59 125
WJCC61 389
ICIP59
44
PGEC633 244
IC51582 1313
PGEC543 12
CPFS61 U8
IBMJ594 326
HARV571 ~7
PACM59
22
CACM59N 1B
PACM59
62
CACM590 19
LSU 56
99
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SYMMETRIC POLYNOMIALS IN BOOLEAN
A PROPOSED INTERPRETATION IN
SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC AUGMENTS TO
NELIAC, A DIALECT OF
THE BASIC PHILOSOPHY CONCEPTS, AND FEATURES OF
GENERALIZED
AN INTRODUCTION TO
VECTORCARDIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS WITH THE AID OF
GENERALIZED
TWO FAMILIES OF LANGUAGES RELATED TO
WHAT EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
A GENERALIZATION OF
REMARKS ON THE USE OF SYMBOLS IN
MAGE, A LANGUAGE DERIVED FROM
A METHOD OF COMBINING
THE USE OF THREADED LISTS IN CONSTRUCTING A COMBINED
FORMAL STRUCTURE OF
REMARKS ON
AN ALGORITHM DEFINING
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SHARE
A FAMILY OF SYMBOLIC INPUT LANGUAGES AND AN
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER

ALGEBRAS
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL
ALGOL INORWEGIANI
ALGOL ADAPTED TO SMALL MACHINES IFRENCHI
ALGOL AND COBOL
ALGOL AND MACHINE-LIKE ASSEMBLY PROCESSOR
ALGOL AND SIMPLIFICATION OF ITS DESCRIPTION
ALGOL AND SYMBOL MANIPULATION
ALGOL ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS
ALGOL COMMITTEE
ALGOL COMPILER
ALGOL COMPILER
ALGOL COMPILER, PART I
ALGOL COMPILER, PART II
ALGOL CONFERENCE IN PARIS
A HALF YEAR'S EXPERIENCE WITH THE FACIT-ALGOL I COMPILER
THE PROGRESS OF ALGOL IN EUROPE
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON ALGOL IN USE I BURROUGHS 220 I
THE ELLIOTT ALGOL INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM
A DIFINITION OF THE COBOL PROCEDURE DIVISION USING ALGOL METALINGUISTICS
INTERFERENCE WITH AN ALGOL PROCEDURE
THE REALIZATION OF ALGOL PROCEDURES AND OESIGNATIONAL EXPRESSIONS
AN ARSENAL OF ALGOL PROCEDURES FOR COMPLEX ARITHMETIC
A REDUNDANCY CHECK FOR ALGOL PROGRAMS
ALGOL REFERENCES IN COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, 19601961
COMBINING ALGOL STATEMENT ANALYSIS WITH VALIDITY CHECKING
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE TRANSLATION OF ALGOL STATEMENTS
ALGOL SUB-COMMITTEE REPORT-EXTENSIONS
ALCOR GROUP REPRESENTATION OF ALGOL SYMBOLS
COMMENTS ON THE ALGOL SYSTEM FOR THE SMALL AND MEDIUM SIZE COMPUTERS
X3.4 FORMS ALGOL TASK GROUP
RECURSIVE PROCESSES AND ALGOL TRANSLATION
USE OF MAGNETIC TAPE FOR DATA STORAGE IN THE ORACLE-ALGOL TRANSLATOR
REPORT ON THE ELLIOTT ALGOL TRANSLATOR
TOWARDS AN ALGOL TRANSLATOR
THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ALGOL TRANSLATOR FOR A SMALL COMPUTER
ON STATIC ANO DYNAMIC TREATMENT OF TYPES IN ALGOL TRANSLATORS
AN INTRODUCTION TO ALGOL 60
REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
SOME PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF ALGOL 60
A STORAGE ALLOCATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60
A SYNTAX DIRECTEO CD~PILER FOR ALGOL 60
ALLOCATION OF STORAGE FOR ARRAYS IN ALGOL 60
REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
A STORAGE ALLOCATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60
A SYNTACTICAL CHART OF ALGOL 60
A STRING LANGUAGE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION BASED ON ALGOL 60
STRUCTURE ANO USE OF ALGOL 60
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH ALGOL 60
THE USE OF RECURSIVE PROCEOURES IN ALGOL 60
A MULTI-PASS TRANSLATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60
MAKING A TRANSLATOR FOR ALGOL 60
ECMA SUBSET OF ALGOL 60
REVISED REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
DOCUMENTATION PROBLEMS, ALGOL 60
REVISED REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
REVISED REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
A NOTE ON THE DANGLING 'ELSE' IN ALGOL 60
A
SUGGESTEO METHOD OF MAKING FULLER USE OF STRINGS IN ALGOL 60
ON
THE NONEXISTENCE OF A PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR FOR ALGOL 60
IMPLEMENTATION OF RECURSIVE PROCEDURES AND BLOCKS IN ALGOL 60
COMMENTS ON THE
NOTE ON THE PROOF OF
THE NON-EXISTENCE OF A PHRASE STRUCTURE GRAMMAR FOR ALGOL 60
COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR
BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS AND CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS IN ALGOL 60
SSES. SOME OBSERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND ALGOL 60
THE DESCRIPTION OF COMPUTING PROCE
SSES, SOME OBSERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ANO ALGOL 60
THE OESCRIPTION OF COMPUTING PROCE
SUGGESTIONS ON ALGOL 60 IROME) ISSUES
OFFICIAL ACTIONS AND RESPONSES TO ALGOL 60 AS A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
AN ALGOL 60 COMPILER
NOTE ON AN ALGOL 60 COMPILER FOR PEGASUS
EFFICIENT HANDLING OF SUBSCRIPTED VARIABLES IN ALGOL 60 COMPILERS
ALGOL 60 CONFIDENTIAL
ABS12 ALGOL, AN EXTENSION TO ALGOL 60 FOR INDUSTRIAL USE
IMPLEMENTATION OF ALGOL 60 FOR THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC XDF9
A PROPOSED ALGOL 60 MATRIX SCHEME
INPUT AND OUTPUT FOR ALGOL 60 ON KDF9
AN IMPLEMENTATION OF ALGOL 60 PROCEDURES
ALGOL 60 PROCESSORS ANO A PROCESSOR GENERATOR
SUPPLEMENT TO THE ALGOL 60 REPOR T
AN ALGOL 60 TRANSLATOR FOR THE Xl
A HARDWARE REPRESENTATION FOR ALGOL 60 USING CREEO TELEPRINTER EQUIPMENT
SOME RECURSIVELY UNSOLVABLE PROBLEMS IN ALGOL-LIKE LANGUAGES
ABS12 ALGOL, AN EXTENSION TO ALGOL 60 FOR INOUSTRIAL USE
NEED FOR AN ALGORITHM
ADOENDUM TO A GENERALIZED POLYPHASE MERGE ALGORITHM
A GENERALIZED POLYPHASE MERGE ALGORITHM
SURGE, A RECDDING OF THE COBOL MERCHANDISE CONTROL ALGORITHM
NOTE ON AN EXTREMUM LOCATING ALGORITHM
AN ERROR-CORRECTING PARSE ALGORITHM
A SIMPLE SORTING ALGORITHM
THE WHOLE-NUMBER-INCREMENTAL COMPUTING ALGORITHM
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19~6-1963

HARV512 225
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CAC"60~ 211
CAC"608 463
ROME62 385
RO"E62 409
CAC"622 82
CAC"622 118
ARAP623 11
.I AC"623 350
TCJ6631 50
CACM639 541
BIT 621
1
ROME62 ~13
IIJCC61 319
CACM611 36
ROME62
15
CACM599 25
CACM603 110
CACM590 25
RO"E62 421
ARAP63ft 49
BIT 632 124
81T 633 145
TCJ2604 151
BIT 623 131
CAS 61 115
CAS 60 15~
TCJ5634 345
PAC"61 5Bl
ARAP612 61
TCJ5634 332
BIT 624 232
CACM626 331
CACM619 40~
(;AC"607 418
IFIP62 498
CACM599 24
CACM630 591
ROME62 253
CACM637 315
CACM611 10
CACM611 15
TCJ5622 127
ARAP623 121
ROME62 229
ROME62 325
TCJ3602 67
CACM605 299
CACM61N 488
CACM610 441
CACM611 51
CACM611 60
ARAP612 351
BIT 612 89
CACM619 393
CAC"621 54
JACM622 161
TCJ5622 125
ARAP623 43
ARAP623 163
ARAP623 341
CACM630 595
CACM631
1
CACM633 11
ARAP634 217
TCJ5634 349
CACM638 460
CACM634 169
CACM629 483
CACM611 65
CACM633 105
CACM611 10
ROME62 391
ARAP623
1
CACM631 20
CACM63ft 159
ARAP634 81
TCJ6644 336
ROME62 331
CACM616 268
TCJ4624 292
TCJ5622 130
I FJP62 503
TCJ5634 341
BIT 611 38
I FIP62 493
CACM631 18
ARAP623 329
TCJ5634 3.38
JACM631 29
TCJ462~ 292
CACM584
1
CACMUN 495
CACM61B 347
CACM622 9B
TCJ5623 193
CACM63N 669
JACM632 142
NCR 634 5B
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THE BACKGROUNO OF THE PERT
SOLVING LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS WITH THE SIMPLEX
MULTIPROGRAM SCHEDULING. PARTS lAND 4. SCHEDULING
AN
ON A PROGRAM FOR RAY-CHAUDHURI'S
A "NEW
A TRUTH FUNCTION TABLE
A PROGRAMMED
MACHINES
AN
CIRCUITS
AN
A LOGIC FUNCTICN
AN
AN
DISCRETE DATA
AN
AN
AN
AN
BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINI
AN
AN
BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINI
OPERATCR
AN
A DISPERSION PASS
AN
AN
UNCTIONS BY ~EANS OF MAGNEI
THE USE OF THE SIMPLEX
PROCESS OF LEAST SQUARES

AN
• ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF
A NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING
CONSTRUCTION OF A TEXTUAL ANALYSIS
ZURICH CONFERENCE ON
JOVIAL. A GENERAL
REPORT ON THE
REPORT ON THE
REVISED REPORT ON THE
REVISED REPORT ON THE
REVISED REPORT ON THE
ELEA 6001
PALGO, AN
REPORT ON THE
A COMPUTER FOR DIRECT EXECUTION OF
A FLOATING-POINT NUMBER REPRESENTATION FOR USE WITH
ON AN ALGEBRAIC FOUNOATION FOR CONSTRUCTING OPTIMUM
TECHNIQUES FOR STORAGE ALLOCATION
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN BINARY DIVISION
ON TABLE OPERATING
SINGULAR RULES FOR CERTAIN NON-LINEAR
A COMPOSITION METHOD FOR NORMAL MARKOV
TIGATION OF A CLASS OF PATTERN RECO.GNITION SYNTHESIS
PARTITIONING
WORD CONSTRUCTION FOR USE WITH PATTERN RECOGNITION
RMATIDN OF T~E USSR ACAI
ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE
UM ACCOUNTING USING AN IBM 650 PUNCHED CARD COMPUTER
THE CASE FOR OYNAMIC STORAGE
A GENERAL FORMULATION OF STORAGE
EXPERIENCE IN AUTOMATIC STORAGE
STOCHASTIC EVALUATION OF A STATIC STORAGE
ORGANIZATIO~ AND RECORD KEEPING FOR DYNAMIC STORAGE
ORGANIZATION AND RECORD KEEPING FOR DYNAMIC STORAGE
PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM WITH APPLICATION TO PRODUCT
TECHNIQUES FOR STORAGE
RAMPS, A TECHNIQUE FOR RESOURCE
NEW TOOL IN PLANNING AND CONTROL
RESOURCE
CORE
A PREPLANNED APPROACH TO A STORAGE
DYNAMIC STORAGE
DYNAMIC STORAGE
PROBLEMS OF STORAGE
TIC USE OF A BACKING STORE
DYNAMIC STORAGE
A PROGRAM FOR THE
SEMI-AUTOMATIC
o TEACH ING MODEL
OPTIMAL
N A MULTI-PRCJECT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
OPTIMUM
A GRADIENT METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING MULTISTAGE
A DYNAMIC STORAGE
A STORAGE
A STORAGE
A SEMI-AUTOMATIC STORAGE
ABSORPTION IN A LEAD-THALLIUM SUPER-CONDUCTING
A THERMODYNAMIC TREATMENT OF DILUTE SUPERCDNDUCTING
HARACTERISTICS OF BULK AND THIN FILM SUPERCONDUCTING
FIELD SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN SOME BCC TI-MO AND NB-ZR
ONDUCTIVITY OF DILUTE INDIUM-MERCURY SUPERCONDUCTING
MEAN FREE PATH ON THE SUPERCONOUCTING BEHAVIOR OF
SIMILARI
STABILITY OF THE REDUCTION OF A MATRIX TO
CONSTRAINTS
OPERATIONS

THE
THE DEUCE
THE DEUCE
A GENERAL SYSTEM FOR HANDLING
A liST-TYPE STORAGE TECHNIQUE FOR

AN ELECTRIC ALL Y
lUXlOK, A NONDESTRUCTIVE. RANDOM-ACCESS ELECTRICALLY
AN
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ALG - All

ALGORITHM
ALGORITHM
IECISION RULE FOR IMPROVED EFFICIENCY IN
ALGORITHM AND EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS
ALGORITHM DEFINING ALGOL ASSIGNMENT STATEMENTS
ALGORITHM FOR A MINIMUM COVER OF AN ABSTRACT COMPLEX
ALGORITHM FOR ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION
ALGORITHM FOR ANALYZING LOGICAL STATEMENTS TO PRODUCE
ALGORITHM FOR ASSIGNING INTERNAL CODES TO SEQUENTIAL
ALGORITHM FOR AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF LOGICAL CRYOGENIC
ALGORITHM FOR COOING EFFICIENT ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
ALGORITHM FOR DETERMINING MINIMAL REPRESENTATIONS OF
ALGORITHM FOR EQUIVALENCE DECLARATIONS
ALGORITHM FOR MINIMAX POLYNOMIAL CURVE-FITTING OF
ALGORITHM FOR PATH CONNECTIONS AND ITS APPLICATIONS
ALGORITHM FOR RAPID BINARY DIVISION
ALGORITHM FOR THE ASSIGN~ENT PROBLEM
ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF
ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF
ALGORITHM FOR THE NUMERICAL APPLICATION OF A LINEAR
ALGORITHM FOR THE POLYPHASE MERGE
ALGORITHM FOR THE TRANSLATION OF ALGOL STATEMENTS
ALGORITHM FOR TRANSLATING BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS
ALGORITHM IN THE MECHANIZATION OF BOOLEAN SWITCHING F
ALGORITHM INDEX, 1960-1961
ALGORITHM TO THE METHOD OF CURVE FITTING BY THE
ALGORITHM TRANSLATORS
ALGORITHM WITH APPLICATION TO PRODUCT ALLOCATION
ALGORITHM WITH THE AID OF A COMPUTING MACHINE
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGOL 60
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE AND ITS TRANSLATOR FOR OLIVETTI
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE FORTRAN II
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGES
ON
ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGES
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVES
ALGORITHMS
ALGORITHMS FOR FINITE SETS
ALGORITHMS FOR FORMULA TRANSLATION
ALGORITHMS FOR PARALLEL-SEARCH MEMORIES
FEATURE
ALGORITHMS. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
ALGY. AN ALGEBRAIC MANIPULATION PROGRAM
ALL-MAGNETIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
ALL-UNION INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFO
ALLIED WITH NATIONAL CLASS l2 ACCOUNTING MACHINES AND
ALLOCATION
ALLOCATION
ALLOCATION
ALLOCATION
PROGRAM
ALLOCATION
PROGRAM
ALLOCATION
A NON-LINEAR
ALLOCATION
ALLOCATION ALGORITHMS
ALLOCATION AND MULTI-PROJECT SCHEDULING
ALLOCATION AND MULTI-PROJECT SCHEDULING (RAMPS). A
ALLOCATION BASED ON PROBABILITY
ALLOCATION COMPILER
ALLOCATION FOR A REAL-TIME SYSTEM
ALLOCATION FOR AN INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
ALLOCATION IN A MULTIPROCESSOR MULTIPROGRAMMED SYSTEM
ALLOCATION IN THE ATLAS COMPUTER, INCLUDING AN AUTOMA
ALLOCATION OF COSTS OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
ALLOCATION OF OATA STORAGE FOR PACT I
ALLOCATION OF ITEMS IN A SINGLE. TWD-CONCEPT AUTOMATE
ALLOCATION OF RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING MANPOWER WITHI
ALLOCATION OF STORAGE FOR ARRAYS IN ALGOL 60
ALLOCATION PROCESSES
ALLOCATION SCHEME
ALLOCATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60
ALLOCATION SCHEME FOR ALGOL 60
ALLOCATION SYSTEM AT LOADING TIME
FAR-INFRARED
ALLOY
ALLOYS
ALLOYS
C
ALLOYS
HIGHALLOYS
THERMAL C
ALLOYS
EFFECTS OF ELECTRON CONCENTRATION AND
ALMOST TRIANGULAR AND TRIANGULAR FORMS BY ELEMENTARY
ALP, AN AUTOCODE LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE
ALPHA VECTOR TRANSFORMATION OF A SYSTEM OF LINEAR
ALPHA-NUMERIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION USING LOCAL
ALPHACODE TRANSLATOR
ALPHACODE TRANSLATOR
ALPHAMERIC INFORMATION ON THE IBM 701 COMPUTER
ALPHANUMERIC INFORMATION
ALT NEW CHAIRMAN OF Xl.4
ALTAC. FORTRAN. AND COMPATIBILITY
ALTAC. THE TRANSAC ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATOR
ALTERABLE NONDESTRUCTIVE TWISTOR MEMORY
ALTERABLE, HIGH-SPEED MEMORY TECHNIQUE USING STANDARD
ALTERNATE FORM OF THE 'UNCOL' DIAGRAM

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

19~6-196l

TCJ56H 297
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CACM607 4B
CACM60l 110
CACM61N 504
PACM59
22
CACM58l
4
PGEC624 466
PGEC614 6B
CACM611 42
PGEC572 103
CACM617 310
JACM6ll 28l
PGEC611 346
PGEC614 662
CACM60N 605
PACM5B
B
JACM59l 195
JACM624 440
CACM620 502
IFIP62 498
JAtM622 222
PGEC614 615
CACM621 51
PAtM56
1
PACM59
2l
PAtM59
27
MTL 612 613
TCB2595 81
ROME62 481
CACM605 299
ARAP612 l51
CACM631
1
ARAP6l4 217
TCJ56l4 349
ROME62 439
CACM626 327
EJtC61 184
CACM623 160
PACM59
38
CACM610 ~49
P IRE611 91
IFIP62 509
BIT 6B 175
ItC 614 195
PGEC63l lDO
CACM6l0 6tl
TCJ2592 H
JACM624 488
JACM634 458
WJtC61 389
Alt 614 54
ICSI581 511
AUS 60 Al.4
CACM610 417
tACM610 419
CACM610 436
CACM610 460
CACM610 422
IFIP62 539
PACM59
27
CACM610 449
SJtC63
17
TCJ56l~ 300
CACM610 45~
CACM610 417
I BSJ6ll 230
CACM610 431
CAtM610 421
CACM610 435
AUS 60All.4
JACM564 299
PLC161
25
PACM62
56
tACM611 60
HARV61 125
TCJ562l 200
CACM610 441
BIT 612 89
CACM610 446
18MJ621 55
18MJ601 B
ONR 60 249
IBMJ621 119
1 B.MJ621 112
I BMJ621 68
JACM59l l36
TCJ5621 28
CACM599 I I
EJCC59 218
AUS 60 C6.4
TCJl602 98
JACM56l 175
CACM618 4H
CACM6l9 505
PACM61 282
PACM59
62
PGEC604 451
PGEC603 lH
CACM613 142
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LIBRARY LOADING WITH ALTERNATE ROUTINE SELECTION
CACM61N .96
ALTERNATING DIRECTION IMPLICIT METHODS
AIC 623 190
SSIVE OVERRELAXATION ITERATIVE METHODS WITH IMPLICIT ALTERNATING DIRECTION ITERATIVE METHODS
IRING SUCCE PACM61 2A2
BIHARMONIC E~UATIONS
AN ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE
PACM58
5
PROBLEM WITH MIXED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
ON AN ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE PLATE
JACM6D3 264
85
OVER-RELAXATION APPLIED TO IMPLICIT ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHODS
ICIP59
IN M SPACE VARIABLES
ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHODS FOR PARABOLIC SYSTEMS
JACM624 .50
EQUATIONS
ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL
LSU S5 207
41
MACHINE INPUT PROBLEMS FOR MACHINE INDEXING, ALTERNATIVES AND PRACTICALITIES
MIPP61
OF ROTATING ELECTRIC MACHINERY PROBLEMS WITH ALWAC
SOLUTION CAS 56
8B
THE ALWAC CORPORATION MODEL BOO COMPUTER
NEWCS7 118
AN AM-FM ELECTRONIC ANALOG MULTIPLIER
PIRE530 1470
VERBS, IMPERSONALLY USED VERBS, AND SUBJECT-OBJECT AMBIGUITIES
RUSSIAN -CR MTL 612 477
DETECTION OF GENERATIVE AMBIGUITIES IN CONTEXT-FREE MECHANICAL LANGUAGES
JACM632 196
A METHOD FOR ELIMINATING AMBIGUITY DUE TO SIGNAL COINCIDENCE IN DIGITAL DESIGN CACM624 211
ON AMBIGUITY IN PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGES
CACM620 526
SYNTACTIC STRUCTURE AND AMBIGUITY OF ENGLISH
FJCC63 397
ON THE AMBIGUITY PROBLEM OF BACKUS SYSTEMS
JACM624 477
SEQUENTIAL MACHINES, AMBIGUITY, AND DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING
JACM601 24
COMPUTERS IN AMERICA
FTT 53 173
WHAT AUTOMATION MEANS TO AMERICA
LSU 56
13
INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA
TCB5612 67
AS TOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1956
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TCJ1594 179
SYSTEM
AMERICAN AIRLINES SABRE ELECTRONIC RESERVATIONS
WJCC61 593
THE INFORMATION-GATHERING HABITS OF AMERICAN MEDICAL SCIENTISTS
ICSI581 277
AMERICAN STANDARD CODE FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE
CACM638 .22
CACM630 599
PROCESSING
REPORT ON PROPOSED AMERICAN STANDARD FLOWCHART SYMBOLS FOR INFORMATION
AUTOMATIC DETERMINATION OF AM INO ACID SEQUENCES
I BMJ633 246
INTERCDDE, A SIMPLIFIED COOING SCHEME FOR AMOS
TCJ2S92 55
AMPHISBAENIC SORTING
JACM594 459
A TRANSISTOR PULSE AMPLIFER USING EXTERNAL REGENERATION
PIRE530 1444
ONLINEAR TRANSMISSION LINES AND EFFECT ON PARAMETRIC AMPLIFICATION
SHOCK WAVES IN N IBMJ604 391
MICROWAVE AMPLIFICATION BY MASER TECHNIQUES
IBMJ573 232
NALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON THE AMPLIFICATION OF THE BALANCED-PAIR TUNNEL-DIODE CIRCU PGEC633 269
A WIDE-BAND SQUARE-LAW COMPUTING AMPLIFIER
PGEC542 37
A TRANSISTOR OPERATIONAL D.C. AMPLIFIER
PACM56
26
A PRECISION AMPLITUDE-DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER
PGEC602 252
A THEORETICAL MODEL FOR SEPARATION IN THE FLUID JET AMPLIFIER
IBMJ634 2B8
OF TRANSFER FUNCTIONS USING ONLY ONE OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER
SIMULATION WCR 574 273
THE MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER AS AN ANALOG COMPUTER COMPONENT
PIRE530 1477
SEMI-CONDUCTOR DIODE AMPLIFIER CONSIDERATIONS
NCR 554 146
A HIGH-SPEED DIRECT-COUPLED MAGNETIC MEMORY SENSE AMPLIFIER EMPLOYING TUNNEL-DIODE DISCRIMINATORS
PGEC633 282
DC AMPLIFIER MISALIGNMENT IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS
PGEC603 352
A TRANSISTOR PULSE AMPLIFIER USING EXTERNAL REGENERATION
ANL 53
1
58
EJCC56
A SATURABLE-TRANSFORMER DIGITAL AMPLIFIER WITH DIODE SWITCHING
TESTING OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
JACM552 92
ON THE INPUT IMPEDANCE NETWORK ERROR IN OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
PGEC553 11B
DESIGN OF MEMORY SENSE AMPLIFIERS
PGEC622 236
TRIANGULAR WAVES, DIODES, RESISTORS, AND OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
A FOUR-QUADRANT MULTIPLIER USING PGEC592 222
7
TRANSFER-FUNCTION SYNTHESIS WITH COMPUTER AMPLIFIERS AND PASSIVE NETWORKS
WJCC55
TRANSFER FUNCTION SIMULATION BY MEANS OF AMPLIFIERS AND POTENTIOMETERS
JACM563 186
MAGNETIC TRANSDUCERS AND AMPLIFIERS FOR DISK RECORDING
LCMT61 331
6
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS USING CONTROLLED SUPERCONDUCTORS
PGEC621
ANALOG COMPUTING WITH MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS USING MULTI PHASE A-C VOLTAGES
NCR 537 30
DESIGN OF AC COMPUTING AMPLIFIERS USING TRANSISTORS
PGEC583 191
PERFORMANCE OF OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS WITH ELECTRONIC MODE SWITCHING
PGEC633 310
INVESTIGATIONS OF MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS WITH FEEDBACK
PGEC583 213
COMPUTERS, COEFFICIENT POTENTIOMETERS, OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS, AND NETWORKS
ELECTRONIC ANALOG CHBK62
2
NANOSECOND LOGIC BY AMPLITUDE MODULATION AT X BAND
PGEC593 265
A PRECISION AMPLITUDE-DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER
PGEC602 252
44
DATA HANDLING AT AN AMR TRACKING STATION
FJCC62
THE WORD 'AN' HAS BEEN PREVENTED FROM INDEXING
I CIP59 487
SYMPOSIUM ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANALOG AND DIGITAL·COMPUTATION (FRENCH)
WJCC53
19
PANEL DISCUSSION, AN EVALUATION OF ANALOG ANO DIGITAL COMPUTERS
ANALOG ANO DIGITAL COMPUTERS MANUFACTURED IN JAPAN
ICC 621 3B
WJCC55
66
DYNAMIC LOAD PROBLEMS
THE INTEGRATED USE OF ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES FOR AIRCRAFT
COMBINED ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES
LSU 57
44
CCST61 11.1
ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES COMBINED
SJCC63 105
COMPILATION SYSTEM
APPLICATION OF HYBRID ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN THE AUTOMATIC MAP
EJCC60 269
USE OF A DIGITAL ANALOG ARITHMETIC UNIT WITHIN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
PGEC604 496
A NEW, SOLID-STATE, NONLINEAR ANALOG COMPONENT
HACC59
2B
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN ANALOG COMPUTATION
PGEC591 .2
TIME MULTIPLEXING AS APPLIED TO ANALOG COMPUTATION
HACC59
21
ANALOG COMPUTATION IN ENGINEERING
ANALOG COMPUTATION OF GREEN'S FUNCTION FOR INTEGRATIN PGEC621 57
G TWO-POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
PGEC633 313
DYNAMIC ACCURACY AND ERROR IN ANALOG COMPUTATIONS
PECS52
6
THE THERMAL ANALYZER, A SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC534 12
ACCURACY OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
PWCS54
13
AUTOMATIC ITERATION ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC5.4 16
TIME-DELAY NETWORKS FOR AN ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC54,. 20
A DESK-MODEL ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
WJCC55
78
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE STUDIED ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
JACM561 16
SI~ULATICN OF DIGITAL FILTERS ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
WCR 584 67
ANTICIPATORY DISPLAY DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
WJCC59 H1
A TIME-SHARING ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC592 200
OPTIMIZATION BY RANDOM SEARCH ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC592 210
GENERALIZED INTEGRATION ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
WJCC60 119
MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC STORAGE ANALOG COMPUTER
AUS 60C10.2
MAINTENANCE OF AGWAC, A LARGE ANALOG COMPUTE R
AUS 60C10.4
THE CESIGN OF A RATE SERVO FOR USE IN AN ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC602 256
A PULSE POSITION MODULATION ANALOG COMPUTE R
PGEC614 752
TWO-LEVEL CORRELATION ON AN ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC621 17
SIMULATION OF A BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
A METHOD FCR EVALUATING STIElTJES INTEGRALS ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
PGEC62" 552
SJCC63
69
DYSAC, A DIGITALLY SIMULATED ANALOG COMPUTER
SJCC63 205
~ULTIPLE INTEGRALS ON A NON-REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER
DIGITAL CLOCK WJCC61 3!d
DELAY GENERATORS AND RUN COUNTER FOR A REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER
AIRPLANE LANDING WJCC53
86
GEAR PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS WITH AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
THEORETICAL CONS IDE PGEC58" 306
RATION OF CO~PUTING ERRORS OF A SLOW TYPE ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
ANALOG COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A NON- AUS 60 C1.4
LINEAR SERVO-SYSTEM SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL INPUT
82

COMPUTER LITERATURE 81BLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

82

ANA - ANA

TITLE WORD INDEX

AN ELECTRD-MECHANICAL MULTIPLIER FOR ANALOG
ANALOG
DEVELOPMENTS OF THE ANALOG
A CONTINUOUS PROCESS
THE ANALOG
EQUATIONS
ON THE REDUCTION OF ERROR IN CERTAIN ANALOG
THE MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER AS AN ANALOG
AN ON-LINE SOLID-STATE ANALOG
A SMALL TRANSISTORIZED ANALOG
ION OF BALLISTIC MISSILES
FREQUENCY-TO-PERIOD-TO-ANALOG
USE OF AN ANALOG
s
AN ANALOG
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF AN ANALOG
ISING IN ECONOMIC THEORY/
AN ANALOG
A SURVEY OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG
OPTIMIZATION OF ANALOG
AN AUTOMATIC ANALOG
FINDING ROOT LOCI
AN ANALOG
A NEW METHOD OF VERIFYING ANALOG
AN ANALOG
AND OPERATOR TRAINING FACILITY FOR ENRICO FERMI AI
ANALOG
ELECTRONIC SWITCH FOR ANALOG
THE APPLICATION OF FINITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS TO ANALOG
THE FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS BY ANALOG
NYQUIST DIAGRAMS
ANALOG
NG GUIDES
A COORDINATED DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM AND ANALOG
EQUATION INPUT LANGUAGE
GENERATING AN ANALOG
A NEW CONCEPT IN ANALOG
AN INPUT-OUTPUT UNIT FOR ANALOG
HIDDEN REGENERATIVE LOOPS IN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
DPER·ATIONAL EQUATIONS FOR PROGRAMMING ELECTRONIC ANALOG
IDEAL TRANSFORMERS IN SYNTHESIS OF ANALOG
A NEW APPROACH TO GROUNDING IN DC ANALOG
AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG
DIGITAL PROGRAMMING AND READOUT FOR ANALOG
A VARIABLE FUNCTION OELAY FOR ANALOG
CORRECTION TO AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG
SYSTEMATIC TRACING OF DISCREPANCIES IN ANALOG
A PERTURBATION TECHNIQUE FOR ANALOG
ERRORS IN ANALOG
ANALOG
TRANSISTORIZED ELECTRONIC ANALOG
PROPOSED IRE STANDARDS FOR ANALOG
CONTINUOUS REGRESSION TECHNIQUES USING ANALOG
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL PROGRAMMING OF ANALOG
A FUNDAMENTAL ERROR THEORY FOR ANALOG
EVALUATION OF COMPLEX GUIDED WEAPON SYSTEMS USING ANALOG
TENANCE PROGRA~ FOR LARGE GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC ANALOG
STABILIZATION AND ERROR DETECTION IN LARGE-SCALE ANALOG
TRIGONOMETRIC RESOLUTION IN ANALOG
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF ANALOG
TECHNIQUES
ONAL AMPLIFIERS, AND NETWORKS
ELECTRONIC ANALOG
ELECTRONIC ANALOG
N. AND SYSTE~ DESIGN
ANALOG
NOTATION
ELECTRONIC ANALOG
ELECTRONIC ANALOG
ELECTRONIC ANALOG
TRANSISTORS IN CURRENT-ANALOG
APACHE, A BREAKTHROUGH IN ANALOG
ANALOG
OMETRIC PROBLEMS
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
MULTIPHASE A-C VOLTAGES
ANALOG
PULSE TRAIN
HIGH-SPEEO DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG
W.A.C. ~K.2, A PARALLEL NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOG
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
A CYCLIC DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG
CORRELATION COMPUTATION ON ANALOG
ACCURACY AS A DESIGN CRITERION OF LINEAR ELECTRONIC-ANALOG
OF GENERATING FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES USING ANALOG
OF GENERATION FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL VARIABLES USING ANALOG
PILOT TRAINING
X-15 ANALOG
HYBRID TECHNIQUES FOR ANALOG
AN ACCURATE DIGITAL-ANALOG
A DEPENDENT VARIABLE ANALOG
DAFT, A DIGITAL-ANALOG
MULTICHANNEL ANALOG
COMPUTER
A NEW TEC~NIQUE FOR ANALOG
A STABILIZED DRIFTLESS ANALOG
ANALOG
ANALOG
SWITCHING TRANSISTORS
AYDAR. SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG
A DIGITAL-ANALOG
A SURVEY OF ANALOG
FOXY 2, A TRANSISTORIZED ANALOG
AN ANALOG
AN ANALOG
AND RELATED STA'fISTlCAL PROBLEMS
SURVEY OF ANALOG
AN AM-FM ELECTRONIC ANALOG
A TIME-SHARING ANALOG
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
THE HALL-EFFECT ANALOG
AN ACCURATE ANALOG
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
AN ANALOG
ANALOG
MODULATOR
A NEW TRANSFORMER ANALOG
DISPLAY METERING SYSTEM FOR USE WITH A TRANSFORMER ANALOG
FEEDBACK THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT AS AN ANALOG
LEAKAGE ERROR IN A SEMI-DISCRETE ANALOG
ALGEBRAIC FUNCTION CALCULATIONS USING POTENTIAL ANALOG
DIGITAL MOON-RADAR ANTENNA PROGRAMMER WITH ANALOG
83

COMPUTER APPLICATION
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PREDICTOR DESIGN
COMPUTER ARTVS
COMPUTER AS AN AID TO DESIGN AND OPERATION OF
COMPUTER CALCULATIONS BY THE USE OF CONSTRAINT
COMPUTER COMPONENT
COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC GAS FLOW COMPENSATIONS
COMPUTER FOR EARLY FL'IGHT IMPACT POINT PREDICT
COMPUTER FOR FLOWRATE MEASUREMENT
COMPUTER FOR ROOM AIR-CONDITIONING CALCULATION
COMPUTER FOR SCHOOLS AND OFFICES
COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION Of SOME EQUATIONS AR
COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION OF TANGENTS
COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS
COMPUTER LINEAR SYSTEM DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
COMPUTER METHOD FOR SOLVING POLYNOMIALS AND
COMPUTER NYQUIST PLOTTER
COMPUTER PROBLEMS AND PERFORMANCES
COMPUTER REALIZATION OF THE EUCLIDEAN TOOLS
COMPUTER SERVES AS BOTH SYSTEMS ANALYSIS TOOL
COMPUTER SIMULATION
COMPUTER SIMULATIONS
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES
OBTAINING
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES FOR PLOTTING BODE AND
COMPUTER TO DETERMINE REFINERY-PROCESS OPERATI
COMPUTER WIRING DIAGRAM FROM THE DIFFERENTIAL
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTE RS
THE
COMPUTERS
A PREVENTIVE MAIN
COMPUTERS
A RELIABLE METHOO OF DRIFT
COMPUTERS BY MEANS OF MULTIPLIER ELEMENTS
COMPUTERS WITH REFERENCE TO STATISTICAL
COMPUTERS, COEFFICIENT POTENTIOMETERS, OPERATI
COMPUTERS, CONTROL CIRCUITS, COMPUTER OPERATIO
COMPUTERS. INTRODUCTION ANO BLOCK-DIAGRAM
COMPUTERS, MULTIPLIERS AND FUNCTION GENERATORS
COMPUTERS, SIGNIFICANT APPLICATIONS
COMPUTERS, SPECIAL COMPONENTS AND TECHNIQUES
COMPUTING
COMPUTING
COMPUTING APPLIED TO NOISE STUDIES
COMPUTING TECHNIQUE FOR THE SOLUTION OF TRIGON
COMPUTING WITH MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS USING
CONVERSION BY INTEGRATION OF A VARIABLE-RATE
CONVERTER
CROSS CORRELATDR FOR DIP LOGS
DECODER
DEVICES
DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
DYNAMIC
DIODE LOGIC
A METHOD
DIODE LOGIC
CORRECTION TO A METHOD
FLIGHT SIMULATION, SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT ANO
FUNCTION GENERATION
FUNCTION GENERATOR
FUNCTION GENERATOR
FUNCTION TABLE
INPUT-OUTPUT CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DIGITAL
INTEGRATION ANO DIFFERENTIATION
INTEGRATOR
INTERPOLATOR FOR AUTOMATIC CONTROL
LOGARITHMIC AND ANTILOGARITHMIC CIRCUITS USING
MACHINE FOR YAW DATA REDUCTION
MACHINE TOOL CONTROL SYSTEM
MEMORY DEVICES
MEMORY FOR FUNCTIONS OF TWO VARIABLES
METHOD FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION
METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF PROBABILITY OF HIT
MULTIPLICATION SCHEMES
MULTIPLIER
MULTIPLIER
MULTIPLIER
MULTIPLIER
MULTIPLIER AND DIVIDER
MULTIPLIER USING CARRIERS
MULTIPLIER USING THYRITE
MULTIPLIERS ANO SQUARERS USING A MULTIGRID
NETWORK ANALYSER
A DIGITAL
NETWORK ANALYSER
OF BRAIN FUNCTIONING
OF THE HEAT EQUATION
PA I RS
RATE SIGNAL INTEGRATOR

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

All - ANA
PECS52
5
PGEC573 lit)
AUS 6DC10.1
AUS 60 B4.2
WJCC60 173
PIRE530 1417
NCR 602 96
"US 6DCI0.3
PGEC6Dl 62
CAN 60 175
LSU 56 138
AUS 60 C7.2
PGEC553 101
PGEC552 52
WJCC61 315
NCR 574 164
NCR 602 41
WJCC57 138
PGEC624 564
WJCC60 301
PGEC564 197
SJCC62 255
NCR 612 196
WJCC60 165
EJCC57
34
ROME62 109
WJCC53 196
PIRE530 14B3
PGEC532
1
LSU 55 179
WJCC55
16
WJCC55
23
PGEC564 201
L SU 57
54
PGEC573 181
PGEC573 202
NCR 514 115
PGEC592 218
AUS 60 C9.2
ELEC61
65
CHBK62
7
PGEC621 67
PGEC625 691
PGEC632 100
PGEC635 541
AUS 60B'lD.2
NCR 584 191
WJCC51 133
PGEC512 86
AUS 60 C1.3
CHBK62
2
CHBK62
4
CHBK62
1
CHBK62
3
CHBK62
5
CHBK62
6
PGEC562 86
PGEC625 699
PIRE530 1509
PGEC553 \15
NCR 531 30
WJCC51 12B
AUS 60 C4.4
PGEC573 182
NCR 514 156
JACM554 267
PGEC512 14
PGEC632 112
PGEC635 550
WJCC61 623
SJCC63 213
PECS52
16
PWCS54
2
WJCC60 109
NCR 531
2
PGEC604 501
PGEC541t 19
JACM552 B3
WJCC51 121
JACM581 8\1
WJCC54
46
PGEC634 388
WJCC5\1 338
PGEC613 502
PGEC573 110
JACM541 21
P IRE530 1410
PGEC51tl 11
PGEC512 100
PGEC613 512
PGEC612 269
PGEC51l 30
PGEC51t2 42
PGEC562 82
AUS 60 C8.3
AUS 60 C8.4
SOS 59 122
PACM56
43
P IRE611 216
NCR 581t 217
83

ANA - ANA

TITLE WORD INDEX

ANA - ANA

DYNAMIC BINARY COUNTER WITH ANALOG READ-OUT
NCR 537 13
ANALOG REPRESENTATION OF POISSON'S EQUATION IN TWO
PGEC604 490
DIMENSIONS
EJCC59 249
DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM PRODUCTION TOLERANCES BY ANALOG SIMULATION
ANALOG SIMULATION OF PARTICLE TRAJECTORIES IN FLUID
SJCC62 235
FLOW
ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE RE-ENTRY OF A BALLISTIC
SJCC62 267
MISSILE WARHEAD AND MULTIPLE DECOYS
OPERATIONAL ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE VIBRATION OF A BEAM AND A RE PGEC593 381
CTANGULAR MULTICELLULAR STRUCTURE
ANALOG SIMULATION OF UNDERGROUND WATER FLOW IN THE
WJCC61 535
LOS ANGELES COASTAL PLAIN
DAS, A DIGITAL ANALOG SIMULATOR
SJCC63
83
ONR 60 331
SUPERCONOUCTIVITY
AN ANALOG SOLUTION FOR THE STATIC LONDON EQUATIONS OF
JACM584 357
PROPOSED METHODS FOR THE ANALOG SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM'S INTEGRAL EQUATION
CHARA NCR 634 25
CTERISTICS AND OPERATIONS OF A HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC ANALOG SWITCH
PGEC542 23
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN ANALOG SYSTEMS
ANALOG TIME DELAY SYSTEM
WJCC60 103
A HIGH-SPEED ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTER
PGEC591 31
ELECT-RONIC ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTERS IN AUTOMATIC COMPUTING
AUS 60 C9.4
SYSTEMS
CHANGING FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL PROGRAMMING BY DIGITAL TECHNIQUES
JACM601 10
A DIODE MULTIPLEXER FOR ANALOG VOLTAGES
PGEC552 64
IMPACT OF HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES ON THE ANALOG-COMPUTER ART
THE PIRE625 1077
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL- AND ANALOG-COMPUTER THEORY
CCST61
13
ANALOG-COMPUTER THEORY
CCST6l 112
CHBK62
B
MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ANALOG-COMPUTING SYSTEMS
PGEC636 814
AN ANALOG-OIGITAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEM !FRENCH) IFIP62 456
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
PACM56
21
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
JACM571 12
WJCC58 212
A DEVICE TO FACILITATE COM81NED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
REAL-TIME ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
NCR 612 182
PGEC621 31
REAL-TIME ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
PGEC592 186
A HIGH-SPEED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR SIMULATION
HACC59
30
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
ANALOG, DIGITAL, AND COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION
EJCC57' 104
WJCC61 299
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTING ELEMENTS
WJCC54 113
MUL TI-CHANNEL ANALOG-DIGITAL CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DC VOLTAGES
WJCC54 11B
A HIGH-SPEED MULTICHANNEL ANALOG-DIGITAL CONVERTER
A COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
EJCC59
94
A HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER SYSTEM
FJCC63 277
ANALOG-DIGITAL HYBRID COMPUTERS IN SIMULATION WITH
WJCC61 639
HUMANS AND HARDWARE
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL REAL-TIME COMPUTER
PGEC621 46
THE CASE FOR COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION
WJCC58
86
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION
EJCC61 114
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATOR FOR THE DESIGN ANO IMPROVEME EJCC57
90
NT OF MAN-MACHINE SYSTEMS
USE OF A COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SYSTEM FOR RE-ENTRY VEHICLE FLIGHT
EJCC61 105
SIMULATION
SYMPOSIUM ON MIXED ANALOG-DIGITAL SYSTEMS
JFJP62 252
ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN AUTOPILOT DESIGN
WJCC53 119
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN SIMULATION
AIC 623 215
THE IMPACT OF HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES ON THE ANALOG-COMPUTER ART PIRE625 1077
SPECIAL ANALOG-HYBRID COMPUTER ISSUE
PGEC621
1
WJCC59
92
A COMPILER WITH AN ANALOG-ORIENTED INPUT LANGUAGE
SOME TECHNIQUES OF ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSIDN
PECS52
17
A DECIMAL CODE FOR ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERSION
PGEC554 158
A SOLID STATE ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION DEVICE
NCR 584 232
AN ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER
PGEC533
5
A HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTORIZED ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER
EJCC58 133
AN ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTER FOR SERIAL COMPUTING
PIRE530 1462
MACHINES
AN ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTER WITH AN IMPROVEO LINEAR- NCR 537
7
SWEEP GENERATOR
MULTIPLE-INPUT ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER WITH 12 81T ACCURACY AND NCR 594 259
FAST, NON-SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING
A SURVEY OF ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTERS
PIRE530 1455
SIMULATION OF SAMPLED-DATA SYSTEMS USING ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL CONVERTERS
WJCC59 331
HIGH-SPEED ANALOG-TD-DIGITAL CONVERTERS UTILIZING TUNNEL DIDOES PGEC612 213
'IBMJ583 178
A DIRECT-READING PRINTED-CIRCUIT COMMUTATOR FOR ANALOG-TD-OIGITAL DATA CONVERSION
AN OPERATIONAL HYBRID COMPUTING SYSTEM PROVIDES ANALOG-TYPE COMPUTATION WITH DIGITAL ELEMENTS
PGEC636 715
S FOR REAL-TIME SIMULATION
ANALOG, DIGITAL, AND COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER EJCC57 104
TYPE DIRECT-ANALOGY COMPUTERS AND FIELD-PROBLEM ANALOGIES
NETWORK- CHBK62
9
THE BOUNOARY
AN ANALOGOUS METHOD FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION BY FOLLOWING ICIP59 238
ECONOMIC ANALOGS
PIRE530 1514
COMPUTATION WITH PULSE, ANALOGS
NCR 574 150
NEURAL ANALOGS
SJCC62 153
ANALOGS AND DUALS OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS
HACC59
24
PGEC622 21B
CIRCUITS EMPLOYING TOROIDAL MAGNETIC CORES AS ANALOGS OF MULTIPATH CORES
PGEC601 30
MAGNETIC ANALOGS OF RELAY CONTACT NETWORKS FOR LOGIC
IEES56 515
A MULTI-INPUT ANALOGUE ADDER FOR USE IN A FAST BINARY MULTIPLIER
TRACING
APPLICATION OF A COMBINATION OF ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRON TRAJECTORY TCJ2593 134
UTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
COMBINED ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMPUTING TECHNIQUES FOR THE SOL WJCC56
64
TCJ3601 51
CONVERSION BETWEEN ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL MEASURES
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF CHI SQUARED FOR THE TESTING
BIT 614 224
OF HYPOTHESIS
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF POLYNOMIALS AND THEIR ZEROS
PACM52T 118
ANALOGUE COMPUTATION AND COMPUTERS
ONR 51
37
A PROPOSED AUTOMATIC ANALOGUE COMPUTER
AUS 572 216
THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ANALOGUE COMPUTER
AUS 572 217
OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS,' SOLUTION BY AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER
TCJ4611 68
AN INTROOUCTION TO ANALOGUE COMPUTER METHODS
TCJ3614 211
REAL COEFFICIENTS
AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER TO SOLVE POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS WITH AUS 51 196
EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AS APPLIED TO ANALOGUE COMPUTERS
JACM541 21
SOME NEW COMPONENTS FOR ANALOGUE COMPUTERS
AUS 512 206
FLEXIBILITY IN ANALOGUE COMPUTERS
AUS 512 210
OPERATION AND APPLICATIONS OF ANALOGUE COMPUtERS
AADC60
30
THE USE OF ANALOGUE COMPUTERS IN THEORETICAL STUDIES OF GUIDED
AUS 572 211C
MISSILES
ANALOGUE COMPUTING CIRCUITS
AADC60
99
SOME ANALOGUE COMPUTING DEVICES
AUS 51 174
THE EXTENDED AND MODERNISED ANALOGUE COMPUTING FACILITIES AT W.R.E.
AUS 63 C.11
DESIGN OF ANALOGUE COMPUTING SYSTEMS
AADC60
63
DIGITAL-ANALOGUE CONVERSIONS
AUS 51 185
AUS 572 213
A NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERTER
IDAC, THE IBM FORMAT DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERTER
AUS 63 C.14
A RAPID DIGITAL-TO-ANAlOGUE CONVERTOR FOR NUMBERS HAVING ELEVEN BINARY
IEES56 ~27
DIGITS
AN ANALOGUE MEMORY
WCR 584 108
ANALOGUE MULTIPLYING CIRCUITS USING SWITCHING
NCR 564 74
TRANSISTORS
OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS INVOLVING THE DIFFERENCE ANALOGUE OF AN ELLIPTIC PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION JACM592 204
MTP 58 375
AN ANALOGUE OF THE SPEECH RECOGNITION PROCESS
JACM564 325
HIGHER ORDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ANALOGUE SOLUTION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

,84

ANA - ANA

TITLE WORD INDEX

ANA - ANA

ANALOGUE STUDY OF ELECTRON TRAJECTORIES
JACM551 28
THE Q.R. TRANSFORMATION. A UNITARY ANALOGUE TO THE L.R. TRANSFORMATION. PART 1
TCJ4613 265
ANALOGUE VS. DIGITAL COMPUTERS. A COMPARISON
PIRE530 1254
COMPUTER INPUT AND OUTPUT, INCLUDING ANALOGUE-DIGITAL CONVERSION
IEES56 425
SURVEY OF ANALOGUE-TD-DIGITAL DATA CONVERTERS
EJCC52
98
C COMPUTING CENTRE
UTILISATION OF AN ANALOGUE-TO-DIGITAL LINKAGE SYSTEM IN A 81G SCIENTIFI IFIP62 236
PHYSICAL ANALOGUES TO THE GROWTH OF A CONCEPT
MTP 58 877
RETRIEVAL
THE ANALOGY 8ETWEEN MECHANICAL TRANSLATION AND LI8RARY
ICSI582 ~17
REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL ANALOGY COMPUTATION MEETING
PGEC561 36
DIGITAL AND ANALOGY COMPUTING MACHINES
MSEE461
3
THE C.S.I.R.O. DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER
AUS 51
18
ADA, A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER
AUS 512 209
THE ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY DYNAMIC A.D. NETWORK ANALYSER
AUS 512 221
A NEW TRANSFORMER ANALOG NETWORK ANALYSER
AUS 60 C8.3
SYSTEM FeR USE WITH A TRANSFORMER ANALOG NETWORK ANALYSER
A DIGITAL DISPLAY METERING AUS 60 C8.4
SERIES
A MECHANICAL HARMONIC ANALYSER FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF GEOPHYSICAL TIME
AUS 60 C7.1
GAS FILM LUBRICATION STUDY PART I, SOME THEORETICAL ANALYSES OF SLIDER BEARINGS
A IBMJ593 237
STIMULUS ANALYSING MECHANISMS
MTP 58 575
WJCC55
12
A GENERAL DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR STATIC STRESS ANALYSIS
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
JACM562 85
A DUAL-USE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR OYNA~IC SYSTEM ANALYSIS
CAS 57
99
THE USE OF CONTINUANTS IN PRACTICAL NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
AUS 571 111
SILLIAe PROGRAMMES FOR X-RAY CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS
AUS 571 120
AUTOMATIC PROPAGATED AND ROUND-OFF ERROR ANALYSIS
PACM58
39
THE TRANSMISSION OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION, A USER'S ANALYSIS
ICSI581 77
FLOATING POINT ERROR ANALYSIS
PACM59
51
CCMPUTERS, THE ANSWER TO REAL-TIME FLIGHT ANALYSIS
WJCC59 350
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL MATRIC STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
WJCC59 272
SOME USES OF MATRICES IN STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
AUS 60 B6.2
EXPERIENCES WITH REGRESSION ANALYSIS
AUS 60Bl1.3
ON DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
IBMJ603 349
MECHANICAL MATHEMATICS ANO INFERENTIAL ANALYSIS
CPFS61
1
EJCC61
19
A SIMULATION MOOEL FOR DATA SYSTEM ANALYSIS
PURCHASE COSTS. A COST-QUANTITY ANALYSIS
PACM61 12Bl
A FOURTH LEVEL OF LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS
MTL 611 159
FERRITE TOROID CORE CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
PGEC611 51
ON THE MECHANIZATION OF SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
MTL 612 673
RECENT TRENDS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
AODC62
33
INFORMATION THEORY AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
AODC62 158
FACTOR ANALYSIS
CA8S62 238
CANONICAL ANALYSIS
CA8S62 266
ASPECTS OF CURRENT RESEARCH IN AUTOMATIC LANGUAGE ANALYSIS
CAS 62 182
PROCEDURE NETWORK ANALYSIS
PACM62
94
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN ANALYSIS
SJCC62 225
FUNCTION-ORIENTED ON-LINE ANALYSIS
WOC062 191
COOING OF MEDICAL CASE HISTORY DATA FOR COMPUTER ANALYSIS
CACM620 532
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL BASED ON LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS
JACM624 512
REGRESSION ANALYSIS
TCJ4624 287
NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION AND ANALYSIS
AUS 63 8.9
COMPUTING PROBLEMS IN X-RAY CRYSTAL STRUCTURE ANALYSIS
AUS 63 B.13
FORTRAN SUBROUTINE FOR TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
CACM631 32
THE RECOGNITION OF HANDWRITTEN NUMERALS BY CONTOUR ANALYSIS
IBMJ631 14
OPTIMUM RESPONSE ANALYSIS
18SJ631 49
TUNNEL-DIODE THRESHOLD DISCRIMINATOR TOLERANCE ANALYSIS
PGEC633 296
REMARKS ON FORTRAN SUBROUTINES FOR TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
CACM636 329
COMMUNICATIONS AND PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR CARDIAC ANALYSIS
A DATA FJCC62 280
SCHOOL ON AeVANCES IN PROGRAMMING AND NON-NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
SUMMER TCB7633 77
PROGRAMMING-LANGUAGE TRANSLATION THROUGH SYNTACTICAL ANALYSIS
AUTOMATIC- CACM623 145
SOLUTION OF CHARACTERISTIC EQUATIONS IN FLUTTER ANALYSIS
ON THE NUMERICAL JACM581 45
METHOD FOR HANDLING INCOMPLETE DATA IN REGRESSION ANALYSIS
COMPUTER-FEASIBLE JACM612 201
TO COMPUTE MISSING VALUES IN A DESIGNED VARIANCE ANALYSIS
NO VALU. A PROGRAM PACM59
'19
OF NESTED STRUCTURES IN PREDICTIVE SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
THE IDENTIFICATION MTL 611 143
ERTNESS BASED ON ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
A MEASUREMENT OF AL PACM61 13Cl
OOCUME~TATION, KEY TO IMPROVED DATA PROCESSING ANALYSIS
A METHOD FOR SYSTEMATIC CAS 61
14
EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT FOR USE IN LARGE-SIGNAL SwITCHING ANALYSIS
A GENERAL JUNCTION-TRANSISTOR PGEC614 610
TO THE DETERMINATION OF CRYSTAL STRUCTURES BY X-RAY ANALYSIS
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS CAN 58 307
ATION AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND PREDICTIVE SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
CURRENT RESEARCH ON AUTOMATIC TRANSL NSMT60 173
ION OF A GRA~MAR AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
THE USE OF MACHINES IN THE CONSTRUCT ICIP59 188
CONSTRUCTION OF A TEXTUAL ANALYSIS ALGORITHM WITH THE AID OF A COMPUTING MACHIN MTL 612 613
E
A SECONDARY-EMISSION PULSE CIRCUIT, ITS ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION
PGEC604 439
NG ANELASTIC AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES 11. DATA ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
ION FUNCTION FOR DESCRI81 IBMJ614 312
WJCC59 207
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR INDUSTRIAL PROCESS ANALYSIS AND CONTROL
COMPUTER
MASS SPECTROMETER ANALYSIS AND DATA PRODUCTION ON THE ELECTRODATA
LSU 55 145
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN WEAPONS SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
CAN 58 248
COMPUTERS
THE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS WITH THE HELP OF
AOOC62 179
PACM59
5
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITRY
USING GIFS IN THE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PROCESS SYSTEMS
FJCC62 275
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACP CIRCUITS IBMJ633 201
REAL-TIME DIGITAL ANALYSIS AND ERROR-COMPENSATING TECHNIQUES
WJCC59 269
AN EXAliIPLE OF AN AUTOCODEO PROGRAM FOR SALES ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING
PEGASUS, ARAP591 64
AN APPROACH TO THE SEGMENTATION PROBLEM IN SPEECH ANALYSIS AND LANGUAGE TRANSLATION
MTL 612 703
BEHAVIOR OF PLANE PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS
ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC
IBMJ634 303
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL MATHEMATICS (FRENCHI
ICC 621 10
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS AND OPERATOR PRECEDENCE
JACM633 316
SIMULATION A~D ANALYSIS OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, III. ANALYSIS ANO PATTERN RECOGNITION
CACM622 115
ON OF RUSSIAN ORGANIC CHEMICAL NAMES INTO ENGLISH BY ANALYSIS AND RESYNTHESIS OF THE COMPONENT FRAGMENTS
MTL 611 265
DESIGN
ANALYSIS ANO SYNTHESIS METHODS FOR REDUNDANT LOGICAL RTCS62 251
LOGICAL. RECURSIVE AND OPERATOR METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF AUTOMATA
ICIP59 138
NETWORKS
FORMAL ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF BILATERAL SWITCHING
PGEC583 231
NETWORKS
ON THE LOOP AND NODE-ANALYSIS APPROACHES TO THE SIMULATION OF ELECTRICAL
PGEC583 199
NETWORK WITH FEEDBACK
AN ANALYSIS BY ARITHMETICAL METHODS OF A CALCULATING
PACM52T 61
ON ITERATIVE FACTORIZATION IN NETWORK ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
EJCC60 241
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
CACM620 515
ANAL YSI S BY SYNTHES IS OF NATURAL LANGUAGES
MTL 612 531
SUBJECT ANALYSIS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
lCSI582 855
CHANNEL ANALYSIS FOR THE IBM 7090
PACM61 12C3
PHOTONUCLEAR REACTION CROSS SECTIONS ANALYSIS FROM RESIDUAL RADIOACTIVITY MeASUREMENTS
AUS 60B'4.1
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I
IEES56 112
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS 11
IEES56 149
SYSTEM ERROR ANALYSIS IN COMPUTATION
ceST61 168
85

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

85

ANA - ANT

TITLE WORD INDEX
ERROR
AUTOMATIC SYNTAX
THREE LEVELS OF LINGUISTIC
THREE LEVELS OF LINGUISTIC
PROBLElliS OF MATHEMATICAL

ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
COMPUTER SYSTEMS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
TECHNIQUES FOR ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
AN ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
AN ANALYSIS
COST ANAL YSI S
CHEMICAL KINETICS
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS
PATTERN RECOGNITION
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS
THE AUTOMATIC DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
.. AGNETIC DRUI' DATA-PROCESSING MACHINE
ANALYSIS
AN ANALYSIS
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
ANALYZERS I, BAND~IDTH LIMITATIONS
AN ANALYSIS
ANALYZERS II, CAPACITOR DIELECTRIC ABSORPTION
AN ANALYSIS
METHODS OF ANALYSIS
THE USE OF CHAIN LIST MATRICES FOR THE ANALYSIS
ESSOR.COMPUTER SYSTEM
A PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS
COMPUTER SILL lAC
THE PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS
HOUSING
CRITICAL ANALYSIS
AN ANALYSIS
SYSTEMATIC MISTAKE ANALYSIS
AR IT HME TI CAL ANALYSIS
THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS
CORRECTION TO THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS
ERROR ANALYSIS
USE OF PARAI'ETER INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS IN COMPUTER ANALYSIS
DYNAMIC ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
RHYTHMIC PATTERNS
DIGITAL COMPUTER USAGE IN ANALYSIS
AN ERROR ANALYSIS
CORRECTION TC AN ERROR ANALYSIS
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
A TIME-SEQUENTIAL TABULAR ANALYSIS
APPLICATIONS OF BOOLEAN MATRICES TO THE ANALYSIS
NETWORK ANALYSIS
A METHOD OF THEORETICAL ANALYSIS
ATIONAL PROBLEIIS ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
THE MECHANICAL ANALYSIS
THE ANALYSIS
SYSTEMS
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
TIME-ANALYSIS
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
COMPUTER ANALYSIS
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS
THE USE OF DIGITAL CO"PUTERS IN ANALYSIS
INFORMATION THEORETICAL ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
AN ANALYSIS
LEAST SQUARES ANALYSIS
REGRESSION MODEL
THE COMPUTING PROBLEM IN THE ANALYSIS
GUIDANCE SYSTEI'S
ANALYSIS
SONIC IHSSILE
THE USE OF AGWAC IN THE ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
CIRCUITS
OPERATION AND ANALYSIS
THE ANALYSIS
THE USE OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTERS FOR THE ANALYSIS
DESIGN PURPOSES
AN ANALYSIS
A SPEC!AL !ZED AUTDCODE FOR THE ANALYSIS
LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
A HARMONIC ANALYSIS
A HARMONIC ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ON THE ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
TRANSISTORIZED DIGITAL COMPUTERS
ANALYSIS
PIP, A PHOTO-INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS
A GENERAL PROGRAM FOR THE. ANALYSIS
TOSTATICALLY CCUPLED THIN MAGNETIC FILMS
ANALYSIS
THE ANALYSIS
A GENERAL PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS
BAS I C TABLES
THE ANALYSIS
THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRA" IN NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
AMPLlFICATlCN OF THE BALANCEo-PAIR TUNNEL-DIOI
AN ANALYSIS
PISTON
FOURIER ANALYSIS
T MEMORY CELL
AN ANALYSIS
TEl' SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL INPUT
ANALOG COMPUTER ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
HIGH-VACUUM EVAPORATORS
ANALYSIS
TING SYSTEMS IN ENGINEERING AND BIOLOGY
ANALYSIS
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
ANALYSIS
NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
A COMPUTER TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING ANALYSIS
AN ARRAY Y-SUB-I IN K-DIMENSIONS BY FORTRAN FOR ANALYSIS
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS
A GENERAL UED ANALYSIS
86

IN FLCATING POINT ARITHMETIC
IN MACHINE INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING
IN MACHINE TRANSLATION
IN MACHINE TRANSLATION
INVOLVED IN MACHINE COMPUTATIONS
OF A BASIC QUEUING PROBLEM ARISING IN
OF A CONSTANT-INPUT-FLOW HYORAULIC SYSTEM
OF A CROSSED FILM CRYOTRON SHIFT REGISTER
OF A FAMILY EXPENOITURE SURVEY ON A COMPUTER
OF A FILE ADDRESSING MHHOD
OF A HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM
OF A MAGNETO-OPTIC REAOOUT SYSTEM
OF ADEQUATE INVENTORY LEVELS
OF BI BLIOGRAPHI ES OR BIBlI OGRAPHIC SERVICES
OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, I, REPRESENTATION OF
OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, II, SOLUTION OF
OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, III, ANALYSIS AND
OF BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS
OF 8USINESS APPLICATION PR08LEMS ON IBM 650
OF CARRY TRANSMISSION IN COMPUTER ADDITION
OF CERTAIN BINARY DIVISION ALGORITHMS
OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL
OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL
OF CIRCUIT TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE
OF COBOL DATA STRUCTURES
OF COMPUTING-LOAD ASSIGNMENT IN A MULTI-PROC
OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWER DATA USING THE
OF CRYOTRDN NETWORKS 8Y COMPUTER SIMULATION
OF DATA ON TENANTS IN LOW RENT GOVERNMENT
OF DIFFUSION IN SEMICONDUCTORS
OF DIGITAL COlliPUTER PROGRAMS
OF DIGITAL COMPUTING NETS
OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY BOOLEAN MATRICES
OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY BOOLEAN MATRICES
OF DIRECT METHODS OF MATRIX INVERSION
OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
THE
OF ECONOMIC OF ECONOMIC EQUILIBRIUM
OF ELASTIC STRUCTURES ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS
OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH AND SIMILAR QUASIOF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS
OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS
OF ENGLISH BY COMPUTER, A SURVEY
OF FLIP-FLOP LOGICAL OPERATION
OF FLOW DIAGRAMS
OF GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
OF HIGH-SPEED JUNCTION DIODE LOGIC CIRCUITS
OF I~TERINDUSTRIAL RELATIONSHIPS
COMPUT
OF INTERNAL COMPUTER SORTING
OF LANGUAGE
OF LARGE STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
OF LOGIC CIRCUIT PERFORMANCE IN DIGITAL
OF LOGICAL PROCESSES IN MAN
OF MAD TRANSFER CIRCUITRY
OF MACNETIC-AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
OF MEDICAL HISTORY AS AN AID TO DIAGNOSIS
OF MERGE-SORTING TECHNIQUES
OF METEOROLOGICAL TIME SERIES
OF MULTIVARIATE CORRELATION
OF NETS BY NUMERICAL METHODS
OF NON-MATHEMATICAL DATA-PROCESSING
OF NON-ORTHOGONAL DATA
OF NON-STOCHASTIC TIME SERIES USING AN AUTOOF NONCATASTROPHIC FAILURES IN DIGITAL
OF NONLINEAR PITCHING OSCILLATION OF A SUPER
OF PERCEPTRONS
OF PLANAR CRYOTRONS AND SIMPLE CRYOTRON
OF POWER SPECTRA
OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DATA
OF REAL AND SIMULATED STATISTICS FOR SYSTEM
OF REPLICATED EXPERIMENTS
OF RUSSIAN CHEMICAL TERIIIINOLOGY
OF SALES STATISTICS
OF SATURATION RECORDING IN A MAGNETIC MEDIUM
OF SATURATION RECORDING IN A MAGNETIC MEDIUM
OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES II
OF SHIFT REGISTER COUNTERS
OF SIGNAL TRANSMISSION IN ULTRA HIGH SPEED
OF SPARK CHAMBER DATA
OF SQUARE AND RECTANGULAR LATTICE DESIGNS
OF STATIC AND QUASIDYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF MAGNE
OF SURGE TANKS 8Y AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
OF SURVEYS
OF SURVEYS, PROCESSING AND PRINTING THE
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS, U.C.L.A.
OF THE EFFECT OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON THE
OF THE MOTION OF A HYDRAULICALLY CONTROLLED
OF THE OPERATION OF A PERSISTENT-SUPERCURREN
OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A NON-LINEAR SERVO-SYS
OF THE RECORDING OF SINE WAVES
OF THE RESIDUAL GASES IN SEVERAL TYPES OF
OF THE WORKING PRINCIPLES OF SOME SELF-AOJUS
OF TRANSISTOR-RESISTOR LOGIC NETWORKS
OF TRL CIRCUIT PROPAGATION DELAY
OF TWO GENERALIZED ELLIPTIC INTEGRALS
OF VARIANCE
OF VARIANCE
ADORESSING
OF VARIANCE FOR A TWO-LEVEL FACTORIAL DESIGN
OF VARIANCE PROGRAM UTILIZING BINARY LOGIC

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ANA - ANA
CACM595 10
MIPP61 305
PACM58
61
JACM591 24
HARV47
83
IBMJ612 132
IBMJ611 44
ONR 60 230
BCS 58 530
CACM628 459
TCJ3603 161
PGEC631
3
I8MJ591 54
ICSI581381
CACM610 559
CACM621 63
CACM622 115
AUS 511 liB
EJCC5419
PACM58
27
PIRE611 91
PGEC574 255
PGEC581 11
IBMJ611 33
PACM62
14
FJCC63 147
AUS 63 8.12
PIRE611 245
PACM59
17
IBMJ511 57
CACM612 58
JACM564 360
PGEC574 231
PGEC582 122
JACM613 281
WJCC60 181
HARV49 333
BIT 634 257
IFIP62 433
PGEC564 207
PGEC513 202
FJCC63 365
PGEC572 72
EJCC59 133
AUS 60B'9.2
PGEC635 492
HARV47 169
JACM611 41
MTL 612 561
TCJ3601 34
PIRE611 236
WJCC61 519
WJCC59
21
HARV512 149
BIT 621
9
IFIP62
62
AUS 60B'8.3
IBMJ601 66
JACM603 251
MTP 58 863
LSU 56 123
PACM56
27
PGEC634 365
AUS 572 211A
WJCC61 2B1
ONR 60 374
CAN 60 243
LSU 55 119
TCJ5622 94
TCJ5634 313
Mfl 611 249
BCS 58 699
NCR 612 112
PGEC622 253
PGEC57~ 276
PGEC582 119
PGEC584 299
JACM584 385
PGEC634 312
CACM636 332
CACM639 568
IBMJ624 419
AUS 608'7.2
TCJ3603 136
TCJ4611 20
CLUN5~
145
PGEC633 269
IBMJ604 378
IBMJ574 304
AUS 60 C7.4
NCR 612 50
18MJ602 130
ICIP59 298
NCR 602 11
EJCC58
99
PACM62 108
CACM628 433
CACM633 IDO
CACM636 309
PACM59
7B
86

ANA - APP

TITLE WORD INDEX

ANA - ANT

WITH VERY LARGE MEMORY
WITH A VERY LARGE MEMORY
SOLUTIONS

81
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER PACM59
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER JACM594 4b9
ANALYSIS OF VARIANTS FOR DETERMINATION OF OPTIMAL
IFIPb2 177
TCJ1594 IbO
ANALYSIS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
ANALYSIS ON HIGH SPEED COMPUTERS
LSU 55
29
ANALYSIS ON THE UTE COM COMPUTER
AUS bO B4.3
ANALYSIS PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
CLUN55 Ibl
ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR FACTORIAL EXPERIMENTS
PACM59
80
ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES IN COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING
AUS bOAl2.2
ANALYSIS TOOL AND OPERATOR TRAINING FACILITY FOR ENRI WJCC60 301
ANALYSIS USING A COMPUTER
PACM5b
10
TCJ1583 111
ANALYSIS USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
ANALYSIS USING AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS IFRENCHI
ICIP59 102
SJCCb2 3b5
ANALYSIS USING SAMPLED OATA TECHNIQUES
ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USE OF AN AUTOMATI AUS bO B6.1
ANALYSIS WITH VALIDITY CHECKING
CACMbOl 418
ANALYSIS, A HEURISTIC PROBLEM
MTL b12 b55
ANALYSIS, STUDIES USING THE GENERAL INQUIRER SYSTEM
SJCCb3 241
ANALYSIS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PROBLEMS IN ON IFIPb2 149
ANALYTIC APPROXIMATION AND TRANSLATIONAL INVARIANCE
OCR b2 lBl
CACM62b 349
ANALYTIC DIFFERENTIATION BY COMPUTER
A COMPUTER ANALYTIC METHOD FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
EJCC59 238
DISCRETE POINTS ONLY
ANALYTIC TREATMENT OF REAL FUNCTIONS GIVEN IN
HARV571
3
ICAL SCIENCE AND THE SERVICE THEY MAl
THE PLACE OF ANALYTICAL AND CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ANY GROWING BIOLOG ICSI581 571
PGEC582 109
LOGICAL CIRCUITS
ANALYTICAL DESIGN OF RESISTOR-COUPLED TRANSISTOR
LOGICAL CIRCUITS
PGEC584 324
CORRECTION TO ANALYTICAL DESIGN OF RESISTOR-COUPLED TRANSISTOR
ANALYTICAL DIFFERENTIATION BY A DIGITAL COMPUTER
ONR 54
6
A CLASS OF NON-ANALYTICAL ITERATIVE PROCESSES
TCJ1594 163
ABSTRACTING JOURNALS
ANALYTICAL STUDY OF A METHOD FOR LITERATURE SEARCH IN I CS 1581 351
APPLICATIONS OF CRC-I05 DECIMAL DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
PGEC521 19
THE DESIGN OF THE BENDIX DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
P IRE530 -1352
AN ELECTRONIC OIFFERENTIlL ANALYZER AS A DIfFERENCE ANALYZER
JACM543 128
LSU 56
95
A OIGITAL COMPUTER AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
A COMBINED ANALOG-OIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
EJCC59
94
THE CELLSCAN SYSTEM. A LEUCOCYTE PATTERN ANALYZER
WJCC61 173
IflP62 306
MULTIPLE-PATH SYNTACTIC ANALYZER
INTEGRAL EQUATIONS ON A REPETITIVE DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
SOLVING PGEC604 503
THE ITERATIVE NCR 624 86
CONTROL SYSTEM fOR THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
CONSTRAINTS BY MEANS OF AN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
THE REPRESENTATION OF PGEC563 III
DIGITAL COMPUTER TO OPERATE AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
CODING A GENERAL-PURPOSE WJCC55
82
lION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY WJCC53 20B
DIFFERENCE METHODS USING THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
lION OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY P IRE530 1491
DIFFERENCE METHOOS USING THE ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
VARIABLE COEFFICIENTS BY THE ELECTRONIC OIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
3
ION OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH PGEC534
REAL-TIME DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER IDARTI
WJCC54 134
THE AUTOMATIC POSITION SURVEY ANALYZER AND COMPUTER
NCR 594 231
JACM543 12B
AN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER AS A DIFFERENCE ANALYZER
PGEC592 182
THE USE OF A REPETITIVE OIfFERENTIAL ANALYZER FOR FINDING ROOTS OF POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS
WJCC61 501
THE SPECTRAL EVALUATION OF ITERATIVE DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES
JACM5B3 281
METHODS OF SIMULATING A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
TlONS
LINEAR SYSTEM APPROXIMATION BY DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER SIMULATION OF ORTHONORMAL APPROXIMATION FUNC PGEC592 204
FJCC63 217
A HYBRID ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER SYSTEM
ION
DYANA, DYNAMICS ANALYZER-PROGRAMMER, PART I, OESCRIPTION ANO APPLICAT EJCC58 144
DYANA, DYNAMICS ANALYZER-PROGRAMMER, PART II, STRUCTURE ANO FUNCTION EJCC58 148
PECS52
THE THERMAL ANALYZER, A SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG COMPUTER
6
NCR 544 B7
DESIGN FEATURES OF CURRENT DIGITAL DIFfERENTIAL ANALYZERS
COMPUTING AND ERROR MATRICES IN LINEAR DIfFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
PGEC581 32
SYSTEMATIC SCALING fOR DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
PGEC594 486
£LEC61 139
OIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
DYNAMIC ACCURACY AS A DESIGN PGEC512 74
CRITERION OF LINEAR ELECTRONIC-ANALOG DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS AND SEMIDIGITAL METHODS (GERMANI
DIP 62 IbO
AN A PGEC514 255
NALYSIS OF CERTAIN ERRDRS IN ELECTRONIC OIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS I, BANDWIDTH LIMITATIONS
NALYSIS OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS II. CAPACITOR DIELECTRIC ABSORPTION
AN A PGEC581 17
IIJCC58
82
ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS IN PERSPECTIVE
APPLICATION OF ELECTRONIC OIfFERENTIAL ANALYZERS TO ENGINEERING PROBLEMS
P IRE53D 14B7
CACM583
4
FUNCTION TABLE
ALGORITHM FOR ANALYZING LOGICAL STATEMENTS TO PRODUCE A TRUTH
THE UTILITY OF ANASTOMOTIC NETS
62
RTCS62
ANATRAN, FIRST STEP IN BREEDING THE DIGINALOG
IIJCC60 315
A CATALOG OF THREE-VARIABLE OR-INVERT AND AND-INVERT LOGICAL CIRCUITS
PGEC633 19B
P IRE53D 1388
THE DESIGN OF LOGICAL OR-ANO-DR PYRAMIDS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LOGICAL OR-AND-OR PYRAMIDS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
NCR 537 34
THE WORD ·AND' HAS BEEN PREVENTED FROM INDEXING
01
LOGNORMAL DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION FOR DESCRIBING ANELASTIC AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES I, THEORY AN I BMJ614 297
LYI
LOGNORMAL DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION FOR DESCRIBING ANELASTIC AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES II, OATA ANA IBMJ614 312
HOT-WIRE ANEMOMETER PAPER TAPE READER
EJCC60 2bl
THE LIGHTLY LOAOED FOIL BEARING AT ZERO ANGLE OF WRAP
I BMJ632 112
AINING A SYNCHRO OUTPUT SIGNAL PROPORTIONAL TO INPUT ANGLE THETA FOR LARGE THETA
IEEOBACK METHOD FOR OBT PGEC603 359
A SOLUTION TO THE EULER ANGLE TRANSFOR~ATION EQUATIONS
PGEC603 3b2
ROLUMINESCENT TECHNIQUES FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF WIDE ANGLE VISUAL DISPLAYS
COMPUTER COMPATIBLE ELECT IIICR b34 11
IBMJ602 Ib3
IRON FIL~S
ANGLE-OF-INCIDENCE ANISOTROPY IN EVAPORATED NICKELTRANSLATICN METHOOS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO AN ANGLO-RUSSIAN SCHEME
MACHINE ICIP59 199
ONR 60 162
SUPERCONOUCTING FILMS LESS THAN 100 ANGSTROM UNITS THICK
C SCATTERING FACTOR OFI
DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF THE ANGULAR DEPENDENCE OF THE IMAGINARY PART OF THE ATOMI I BMJ592 106
A TENTATIVE COMPARISON BETWEEN ANIMAL AND MACHINE MEMORIES
AUS b3 C.22
APPLICATION OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO THE OESIGN OF ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS
THE BCS 58 bib
QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE EXPLANATION OF LEARNING IN ANIMALS
SOME MTP 58 691
IBMJb02 152
ANISOTROPIC CONOUCTION IN SOLIDS NEAR SURfACES
ANGLE-Of-INCIOENCE ANISOTROPY IN EVAPORATEO NICKEL-IRON FILMS
ItlMJ602 Ib3
MAGNETIC ANISOTROPY IN SINGLE-CRYSTAL THIN FILMS
IIIMJ602 11b
ARACTERISTICS OF 4-79 PERMALLOY CORES WITH DIFFERENT ANNEALS
THE SWITCHING CH PGEC583 228
THE SIMULATION Of COGNITIVE PROCESSES, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGECb13 4b2
THE SIMULATION Of COGNITIVE PROCESSES, II, AN ANNOTATEO BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGECb24 535
AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NOR AND NAND LOGIC
PGEC635 462
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ACM REPOSITORY
CACMb34 142
ANOMALOUS PHOTOELECTRIC EMISSION FROM NICKEL
IBMJb31 34
HARD SUPERCONDUCTORS
ANOMALOUS RESISTIVE TRANSITIONS AND NEW PHENOMENA IN I BMJ621 122
TRANSLATION Of PROGRAMS FROM ONE COMPUTER TO ANOTHER
AUTOMATIC IFIPb2 550
ANOTHER TEST MATRIX FOR DETERMINANTS AND MATRICES
CACM636 310
COMPUTERS, THE ANSWER TO REAL-TIME FLIGHT ANALYSIS
WJCC59 350
BASEBALL, AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION ANSWERER
CATH63 207
OIGITAL MOON-RADAR ANTENNA PROGRAMMER WITH ANALOG RATE SIGNAL INTEGRATOR NCR 584 217
A GENERAL
A GENERAL
THE METHOO OF SEQUENTIAL
AIRCRAft ROUTE
FINANCIAL AND RESOURCE
PIPE FLEXIBILITY
THE NUMERICAL
NO VAN, A VARIANCE
THE CONTRIBUTION OF SYMBOLIC
CO FERMI AI
ANALOG COMPUTER SERVES AS BOTH SYSTEMS
TECHNICAL MARKET
HARMONIC
SYMPOSIUM ON NUMERICAL
ODA ERROR
C DIGITAl!
THE MATRIX IFORCEI METHOD Of STRUCTURAL
COMBINING ALGOL STATEMENT
AUTOMATIC LINGUISTIC
A COMPUTER APPROACH TO CONTENT
E INDEPENDENI
ACCELERATION TECHNIQUES IN NUMERICAL
IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION

87

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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MODEL
ANALOG COMPUTER

STUDY OF ANTIAIRCRAFT SYSTEMS BY SIMULATION WITH A MONTE CARLO
ANTICIPATORY DISPLAY DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF AN
A LIQUID SCINTILLATION COUNTER USING ANTICOINCIDENCE SHIELDING
ANALOG LOGARITHMIC AND ANTILOGARITHMIC CIRCUITS USING SWnCHING TRANSISTORS
WHAT IS A COMPUTER ANYHOW
APACHE, A BREAKTHROUGH IN ANALOG COMPUTING
APAR, AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ANO RECoROING
EURAL ELEMENTS BY ELECTRICAL NETWORKS BASED ON MULTI-APERTURE MAGNETIC CORES
.
THE SIMULATION OF .N
FERRITE APERTURED PLATE FOR RANOOM-ACCESS MEMORY
COINCIDENT CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF FERRITE APERTUREO PLATES
THE APEXC, A LOW-COST ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR
A MECHANICAL HEART-LUNG APPARATUS
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION PROCESSING APPARATUS AT THE VIENNA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (GERMAN)
TAPES
APPARATUS FOR MAGNETIC STORAGE ON THREE-INCH WIOE
OCTAL DIAGRAMS OF BINARY CONCEPTION AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO COMPUTER OESIGN LOGIC
A GENERAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER WITH A VERY LARGE MEMORY
A GENERAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICABLE TO A COMPUTER WITH VERY LARGE MEMORY
AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO HIGH-INFORMATION PICTORIAL INPUTS
AN ELECTRO-MECHANICAL MULTIPLIER FOR ANALOG COMPUTER APPLICATION
CHRYSLER'S INITIAL EOPM APPlICA TlON
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS A PRACTICAL APPLICATION
AN APPROACH TO A BANKING APPLICATION
A GLOW COUNTING TUBE READ-OUT TECHNIQUE AND ITS APPLICATION
A NEW THEORY OF TRANSLATION AND ITS APPLICA TIoN
A SECONDARY-EMISSION PULse CIRCUIT, ITS ANALYSIS AND APPLICA TION
PROCESS CONTROL COMPUTERS AND THEIR APPLICATION
NUMERICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICA TION
TELEFILE, A CASE STUDY OF AN ONLINE SAVINGS BANK APPLICATION
BALANCED PRECISION REFERENCE REGULATOR FOR COMPUTER APPLICA TION
A
PRINCIPLES OF EXPRESSING A PROCEOURE FOR A COMPUTER APPLI CA TI ONFUNDAMENTAL
ANALYZER-PROGRAMMER, PART I, DESCRIPTION AND APPLICA TION
DYANA, DYNAMICS
OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A LARGE-SCALE REAL-TIME APPLICATION
THE LOGICAL DESIGN
IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS
APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF MAGNETIC-CORE CIRCUITS
ERSI
FERRITES WITH RECTANGULAR HYSTERESIS LOOP FOR APPLICATI ON AS MEMORY OR SWITCHING ELEMENTS IN COMPUT
SELECTING AN APPLICAT ION FOR MECHANIZATION
COMPUTERS TO ELECTRON TRAJECTORY TRACING
APPLICA TION OF A COMBINATION OF ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL
THE STUDY OF THE APPLICA TION OF A COMPUTER TO PRODUCTION CONTROL
RETAIL.BRANCH CONTROL
PROBLEMS IN THE APPLICA TION OF A COMPUTER TO WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE AND
AN APPLICAT ION OF A COMPUTER TO WIND TUNNEL DESIGN, 1
AN APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER TO WINO TUNNEL DESIGN, 2
A 8USINESS APPL ICA TION OF A DIGITAL COMPVTER
SIMPLIFICATION Of BOOLEAN FUNCTION EXPRESSIONS
APPLICA TI ON OF A FINITE SET COVERIN£ THEOREM TO THE
IVAC AIRLINES RESERVATIONS SYSTEM, A SPECIAL-PURPOSE APPLICATION OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER
THE UN
THE ASSIGNMENT OF TELEPHONE FACILITIES
THE APPLICA TI ON OF A LARGE-SCALE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO
AN ALGORITHM FOR THE NUMERICAL APPLICA TION OF A LINEAR OPERATOR
THE PRACTICAL APPLICA TION Of A SMALL COMMERCIAL USER
OUNTERED IN ENGINEERING, SCIENTIFIC AND STATISTICI
APPLICATION OF A SMALL SCALE COMPUTER TO PR08LEMS ENe
N OF A CRUDE OIL PIPE LINE
THE APPLICATION OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO THE oPERATIO
SYSTEM
A CASE STUDY IN THE APPL ICA TlON OF AN EMIDEC ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESSING
APPLICATION OF AN I.C.T. 1301 COMPUTER
MULTIPLE REGRESSION TECHNIQUE
APPLICATION OF AN INTERMEDIATE SIlE COMPUTER TO
APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC COOING TO LOGICAL PROCESSES
STATISTICS
THE APPLICA TION OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTING MACHINES TO
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN THE APPLICATION OF BASIC SCIENTIFIC REASONING TO MEDICINE
DESIGN AND Te ERROR DETECTION
APPLI CA TI ON OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TO SWITCHING CIRCUIT
COMMERCE
THE APPlI CAT ION OF CALCULATING MACHINES TO BUSINESS AND
PROBLEM
AN APPLICATION OF COOING THEORY TO A FILE AODRESS
HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES
THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTER TECHNIQUES TO PROBLEMS IN
THE RCA-PERT-COST PROI
A SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR THE APPlICA TIoN OF COMPUTERIZED SCHEDULING TECHNIQUES AND
STABILITY PRCBLEMS
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO AUTOMOBILE CONTROL AND
TING
CRYSTAL BALLS OR MAGNETIC CORES, THE APPLICA TION OF COMPUTERS TO CANADIAN BUSINESS FORECAS
LARC
APPLICA TI ON OF COMPUTERS TO CIRCUIT DES IGN FOR UNIVAC
AN APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO GENERAL BOOKEEPING
CONTROL
THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO PROBLEMS IN MATERIAL
OF AN INTEGRATEO OIL COMPANY
APPLICA TlON OF COMPUTERS TO THE COMMERICAL PLANNING
OIL INDUSTRY
APPLI CA TI ON OF COMPUTING MACHINERY TO RESEARCH OF THE
PROBLEMS OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
APPlICA T10N OF COMPUTING MACHINERY TO THE SOLUTION OF
A TOPOLOGICAL APPlICA TlON OF COMPVTING MACHINES
THE APPLICA TION OF COUNTING TECHNIQUES
APPLICATION OF DATA PROCESSORS IN PRoOVCTION
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN INDVSTRIAL
CONTROL
OF FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
APPLICA TlON OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN THE EXPLORATION
THE APPLICA TIoN OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO BUSINESS ANO
COMMERCE
SYSTEM LCSS STUDIES
APPlICA TI ON OF OIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRIC POWER
PROBLEMS
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELECTRIC TRACTION
OF CRYSTAL STRUCTURES BY X-RAY ANALYSIS
APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO THE OETERMINATION
HIGHWAY DESIGN PROBLEMS
APPlICA TIoN OF DIGITAL SIMULATION TECHNIQUES TO
OF LOGICAL SYSTEMS
ON AN APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING TO THE SYNTHESIS
ENGINEERING PRCBLEMS
APPLICATION OF ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS TO
SWITCHING
APPLICATION OF ERROR-CORRECTING CODES TO MULTI-WAY
COMPUTER SIMULATIONS
THE APPLICATION OF FINITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS TO ANALOG
G OF OROINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
THE APPlI CA TI ON OF FORMULA TRANSLATION TO AUTOMATIC CoDIN
CONTACT NETWCRKS
THE APPLICATION OF GRAPH THEORY TO THE SYNTHESIS OF
THERMISTORS FOR THE GRADUAL APPlICA TION OF HEATER VOLTAGE TO THERMIONIC TU8ES
TABLES
THE APPLICATION OF HIGH SPEED COMPVTERS TO NUMBER THEORY
oMATIC MESSAGE ACCOUNTING
PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN APPlICA TI ON OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO AUT
PROBLEMS
APPLICATION OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTING TO CHEMICAL
IN THE AUTOMATIC MAP COMPILATION SYSTEM
APPLICAT ION OF HYBRID ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES
SYSTEM APPLICA TION Of HYBRID LOGIC CIRCVITRY
THE FoRMATIO~ CONSTANTS OF COMPLEX IONS
APPLICA TlON OF IBM EOP METHOOS TO THE CALCULATION OF
PROBLEM (FRENCHI
APPLICA TlON OF INTEGER LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO A SPLIT
ENGINEERING PROBLEMS
APPLICATION OF LARGE COMPUTERS TO RESERVOIR
ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS
THE APPLICATION OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO THE DESIGN OF
OF INTERCONNECTIONS FOR A FAST LOGIC SYSTEM
APPlI CA TI ON OF LIST-PROCESSING METHOOS TO THE DESIGN
AN ENGINEERING APPLI CA TI ON OF LoGIC-STRUCTVRE TABLES
HE REQUIREMENTS OF UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIoN,1
THE APPLICATION OF MODERN DATA PROCESSING TECHNIQUES TO T
MACHINE INDEXING
TH£ APPLICATION OF MOOERN LEXICOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES TO
INDUSTRIAL ceNTROL
APPLICATION OF OPERATIONAL DIGITAL TECHNIQUES TO
LARGE-SCALE CALCULATING MACHINERY
APPLICATION OF PRINTING TELEGRAPH TECHNIQUES TO
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF PUNCH CARD METHODS TO FOREST INVENTORY
88

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ANA - APP
BIT 611 27
WCR 584 67
IB"J632 135
WJCC57 121
TCB7631
3
PGEC625 699
EJCC58 130
PIRE611 49
EJCC56 107
lofeR 584 62
ADC 53 264
18MJ574 330
56
ECIP55
EJCC56
84
CACM599 28
JACM594 469
PACM59
81
NCR 624 114
PECS52
5
LSU 56
23
BCS 58 591
CAN 58 164
PGEC593 317
NSMT60 363
PGEC604 439
CAN 62 278
AVS 63 C.13
CACM63D 708
NCR 584 225
TCJ5623 164
EJCC58 144
WJCC56
70
EJCC54
30
ECIP55 105
HARV55 110
TCJ2593 134
TCJ2591 24
TCB4602 41
TCJ1581 42
TCJ1582 64
TCJ2593 103
IFIP62 7H
EJCC58 152
WJCC58 165
JACM624 440
BCS 58 510
AVS 60 Bl.2
CAN 58 223
8CS 58 465
EOPS61 438
LSU 58 129
ONR 54
34
AOC 53 166
HARV61 110
PGEC543
6
MANC51
30
I BMJ632 127
AUS 60 85.1
PACM62 100
84
EJCC57
CAN 58
15
WJCC61 185
CAS 55
26
AUS 573 310
EOPS61 344
HARV49 305
HARV49 323
WJCC56
86
PACM52P 293
WJCC55
61
98
I EES56
I EES56 100
F TT 53 246
L SU 51
82
59
I EES56
CAN 58 307
WJCC61
39
JACM594 486
PIRE530 1487
I CIP59 396
S JCC62 255
ARAP591 81
HARV511 244
PGEC581 61
PACH61 6A2
LSU 58 139
CLUN55
63
SJCC63 105
PGEC604 418
CACM63N 694
IFIP62 1'15
LSU 57
95
BCS 56 616
TCJ6644 321
CACH61N 516
AUS 60 Al.1
MIPP61 326
WJCC54
45
HARV47 213
LSU 56 219
88

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TITLE WORD INDEX

F TRAFFIC SIGNALS WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER. A NEW
LAT ION AND MONTE CARLO PROCEDURES
THE
ATIONS IN THE SOLUTION OF THE BANG-BANG CONTROL PI
THE
POPULATION CENSUS OF GREAT BRITAIN
THE
PROBLE~S OF A LARGE LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE
AN
OPERATIONS
EQUATION IN CONFORMAL MAPPING
THE
ON OF SOME MOLECULAR INTEGRALS
AN
HESIS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
PURPOSE AND
PROGRAI'MING
TELEVISION AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT
EXPERIENCE IN IMPLEMENTING A MAJOR
INVENTORY RECORDS AND PAYROLL
PROCESSING MACHINE
ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS
CONDUCTING E~ERGY GAP IN GINZBURG-LANDAU THEORY WITH
MACHINE TRANSLATION METHODS AND THEIR
AN
A THREE-VALUEO SYSTEM OF LOGIC AND ITS
ARITHMETIZING DECLARATIONS. AN
THE CROSSED-fILM CRYOTRON AND ITS
PROGRESS IN COMPUTER
A UNIQUE VARIABLE TIME DELAY NETWORK WITH
PRODUCING SCHOOL TIMETABLES ON A COMPUTER AND THEIR
AN AUTOMATIC SEQUENCING PROCEOURE WITH
LINEAR DECISION FUNCTIONS WITH
AN
A NON-LINEAR PROGRAMMING ALGORITHM WITH
ECIFICALLY. LINEAR PRI
LOGARITHMIC PROGRAMS. THEIR
eN A WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION PlI.OBLEM. WITH
ON COMPUTABLE NUMBERS WITH AN
TION APPROXI~ATIONS TO THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION WITH
A REDUCTION METHOD FOR NON-ARITHMETIC DATA. AND ITS
ELECTRICAL DELAY LINES FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTERS IN BASIC BUSINESS
THE NORC AND SOME OF ITS
A NEW TAPE HANDLER FOR COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS
DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING. METHODS AND
BIZMAC II COMPUTER. CHARACTERISTICS AND
PAYROLL AND PROOUCTION
SPECIAL-PURPOSE TUBES FOR COMPUTER
A HIGH-SCANNING-RATE STORAGE DEVICE FOR COMPUTER
SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING
SHIFT-REGISTER CODE FOR INDEXING
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND BUSINESS
P-N-PI-N TRIODE SWITCHING
GENERAL-PURPOSE PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS
AUTOMATIC COOING FOR BUSINESS
COMMUNICATIONS FOR COMPUTER
ADVANCED COMPUTER
A~ ALGORITHM FOR PATH CONNECTIONS AND ITS
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. SIGNIFICANT
A COM~ON LANGUAGE FOR HARDWARE. SOFTWARE. AND
A SURVEY OF REGULAR EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR
AN INTRODUCTORY GUIDE TO COMPUTING AND ITS
LEARNING MATRICES AND THEIR
REPORT PRESENTATION DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC
TRANSISTOR LOGIC MODULES FOR AIR-BORNE CONTROL
REQUIRE~ENTS FOR COMMERCIAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE
REGRESSION eN E.D.P. EQUIPMENT AND ITS INDUSTRIAL
FLIP-FLOPS FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER
RESISTOR-TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUIT AND SOME
OF A CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY COMPUTER FOR CONTROL
MATRIX ELECTROLUMINESCENT SCREENS IN OPTICAL READOUT
SSION SYSTEM FOR SWITCHED AND PRIVATE TELEPHONE LINE
OPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES AND SOME COMPUTER
IZED DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEM FOR FIELD COMPUTER
AND OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES II. DATA ANALYSIS AND
COMPUTER
SOME
L REVIEW OF THE LAST TEN YEARS
COMPUTER
SCIENTIFIC
COMPUTER
A PROGRESS REPORT ON COMPUTER
CLINICAL
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ADMINISTRATION
PART I I
EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
TOOLS
DIFFUSICN

810 NEWS LETTER NO.1. COMPUTER

ANALOG COMPUTER
SOME COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SOME
NEW
OPERA TlON AND

ENGINEERING
SOME
flOW DIAGRAMS
OF PEGASUS AUTOCODE IN SOME EXPERIMENTAL BUSINESS
PROBLE~S

THE LINGUISTIC
PROBLHS
SOME
ANAL VZER
89

APPLICATION OF PUSHDOWN-STORE MACHINES
APPLICATION OF REAL-TIME DATA PROCESSING
ICONTROL 0
APPLICATION OF SEQUENTIAL ESTIMATION TO COMPUTER SIMU
APPLICATION OF THE ADJOINT SYSTEM OF DIFFERENTIAL EQU
APPLICATION OF THE ARTICLE IN ENGLISH
APPLICATION OF THE BURROUGHS EI0l COMPUTER
APPLICATION OF THE ElECTRONIC COMPUTER TO THE 1961
APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 EO PM TO CERTAIN ACTUARIAL
APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 TO STOCK BROKERAGE
APPLICATION OF THE LICHTENSTEIN-GERSHGORIN INTEGRAL
APPLICATION OF THE MONTE CARLO METHOD TO THE EVALUATI
APPLICATION OF THE NCR 304 DATA PROCESSOR TO THE SYNT
APPLICATION OF THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
APPLICATION OF THE STEEPEST ASCENT METHOD TO CONCAVE
APPLICATION OF THE USE OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO
APPLICATION ON AN E.D.P. SYSTEM
APPLICATION ON THE UNIVAC FILE COMPUTER
APPLICATION PROBLEMS ON IBM 650 MAGNETIC DRUM DATAAPPLICATION TO AL
IIC FIELD DEPENDENCE OF THE SUPER
APPLICATION TO AN ANGLO-RUSSIAN SCHEME
APPLICATION TO BALLISTICS
APPLICATION TO BASE THREE DIGITAL CIRCUITS
APPLICATION TO COBOL
APPLICATION TO DIGITAL COMPUTER CIRCUITS
APPLICATION TO ELECTRICAL MACHINE AND SYSTEM DESIGN
APPLICATION TO LINEARIZING MAGNETIC RECORDING SYSTEMS
APPLICATION TO OTHER SCHEDULING PROBLEMS
IIQUES FOR
APPLICATION TO PARALLEL PROGRAMMING
APPLICATION TO PATTERN RECOGNITION
APPLICATION TO PAYROLL
APPLICATION TO PRODUCT ALLOCATION
APPLICATION TO THE CALCULATION OF CONVEX ANO. MORE SP
APPLICATION TO THE DESIGN OF STOCHASTIC GENERATORS
APPLICATION TO THE ENTSCHEIDUNGSPROBLEM
APPLICATION TO THE PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF LINEAR DIFFE
APPLICATION TO THESAURIC TRANSLATION
APPLICATIONS
APPL I CA TI ONS
APPLICAT IONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICA TI ONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPL ICAT IONS
APPLICA TlONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPL I CA TI ONS
APPL ICATIONS
APPLICA TlONS
APPL ICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS
INTERIM
APPLICATIONS
MINIMUM
APPLICATIONS
SPECIAL
APPLICATIONS
MUL TlPLE
APPLICATIONS
TRANS IS TOR
APPLI CA TI ONS
A GENERALl ZED
APPLICATIONS
THE DEVELOPMENT
APPLICATIONS
IMPROVED PERFORMANCE FROM
APPLICA TlONS
PHASE REVERSAL DATA TRANSMI
APPLICA TlONS
THE PROBLEMS OF PLANNING NEW METR
APPLICATIONS
THE EVOLUTION OF AN ARMY-NAVY MILITAR
APPLICATIONS
ION FUNCTION FOR DESCRIBING ANELASTIC
APPLI CA TI ONS
APPLICA nONS AT THE FRONTIERS Of BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
APPL ICATIONS FeR CONTENT-ADORESSABLE MEMORIES
APPLICATIONS FOR INOUSTRY AND THE MILITARY. A CRITICA
APPLICATIONS FGR THE UNIVAC LARC
APPL ICA TIONS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
APPL ICATIONS IN COMPUTER DESIGN
APPLICATIONS IN INOUSTRY FOR A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE
APPL ICATIONS IN MEDICINE AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES.
APPLICATIONS IN PREDICTOR DESIGN
APPL ICATIONS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN BUSINESS
APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES. PART I AND
APPLICATIONS IN THE INVESTIGATION OF MODELS IN
APPLICATIONS IN THE NU~ERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE
APPLICATIONS OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO PROBLEMS Of
APPLICATIONS OF AN eLECTRONIC fUNCTION GENERATOR
APPLICATiONS OF ANALOGUE CO~PUTERS
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC CODING TO SMALL CALCULATORS
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS IN HYDRO-ELECTRIC
APPLlCA TlONS OF BOOLEAN MATRICES TO THE ANALYSIS OF
THE USE
APPLlCA TI ONS OF COMPUTERS
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS TO AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINERY
APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTING MACHINES TO MOLECULAR-BEAM
APPL I CA TI ONS OF COMPUTING TO FLUID DYNAMICS PROBLEMS
APPLICAT IONS OF CONTACT GRieS
APPLICATIONS OF CRC-I05 DECIMAL DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ANT - APP
FJCC63 215
IFIP62 231
JACM5B4 343
PACM62
50
IUL 611 111
EJCC54
50
TCJ5634 264
AUS 60 Al.l
CAS 56
32
8 IT 613 141
TCJ6633 277
NCR 594 204
WJCC56 119
IF IP62 185
AUS 60 A6.2
CAN 60
4"
LSU 57 182
EJCC54
79
IBMJ621 44
ICIP59 199
FTT 53 216
ICIP59 407
CACM631 24
EJCC59 255
CAS 57
64
NCR 612 101
TCJ3614 237
J ACM614 513
OCR 62 249
HARV55 145
PACM59
27
ICIP59
93
JACM631 lIO
ARAP591 230
PACM56
4
ICIP59 321
PGEC532
5
12
E JCC55
LSU 56
52
WJCC56
36
CAS 57
45
LSU 57
35
NEWC57
57
BCS 58
14
WJCC58
96
JACM581 76
HACC59
10
CACM590 40
ARAP591 189
PGEC592 108
AIC 601
1
TCJ3603 144
EJCC61 219
P IRE611 296
PGEC613 346
CHBK62
5
FJCC62 121
PGEC623 324
TCB7631 17
PGEC636 846
LSU 57 206
WJCC58 141
ADC 53
85
CAN 60 109
PWCS54
38
PGEC591
8
IFIP62 423
LCMT61 231
IBMJ612 93
CAS 57
23
FJCC63 517
I BMJ614 312
FJCC63 603
FJCC63 495
SJCC63 179
CAS 61 126
EJCC53
18
WJeC56
82
CAN 58 175
PACM62
98
CACM634 176
~GEC573 143
HARV61 265
C AtlS62
I
HARV61
48
CAS 58
94
CAN 58 330
PGEC581 48
AADC60
30
EJCC54
64
AUS 60 B2.1
EJCC59 133
T CJ4611
30
WJCCS3
128
CLUN55
91
AUS 511 107
HARV61 326
ClUN55
51
H ARV5 71 293
PGEC521 19
89

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SOME APPLICATIONS OF OEUCE
ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
APPLICATIONS OF OIGITAL COMPUTERS
STUDY OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC
APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO PROBLEMS IN THE
SOME APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS
SOME INDUSTRIAl APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTERS
MATHEMATICS
APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC MACHINES IN PURE
COINCIDENT CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF FERRITE APERTURED PLATES
USE OF COMPUTING MACHINERY IN APPLICATIONS OF INFORMATION THEORY
A DIRECT READ-OUT BISTABLE CIRCUIT AND SOME APPLICATIONS OF IT
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF LARGE SCALE COMPUTERS
DEVICES
SOME APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETIC FILM PARAMETRONS AS LOGICAL
APPLICATIONS OF MAGNETOSTRICTION DELAY LINES
SOME AIRLINE APPLICATIONS OF MONTE-CARLO SYSTEM SIMULATIONS
INVENTORY
REGIONAL APPLICATIONS OF PUNCH CARD METHODS TO FOREST
BINARY SYSTEMS
APPLICATIONS OF REDUNDANCY TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF
OPTICAL ~OOULATICN
THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF SINGLE-SIDEBAND SUPPRESSED-CARRIER
APPLICATIONS OF THE CHARGE-CONTROL THEORY
A REVIEW OF SOME APPLICATIONS OF THE DEUCE COMPUTER
SOME ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER CSIRAC
MATHEMATICAl APPLICATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC STORAGE ANALOG COMPUTER
USER EXPERIENCES AND APPLICATIONS OF THE ERA 1103
SURVEY OF COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AT GOTTINGEN, APPLICATIONS OF THE Gl AND G2 IGERMAN)
AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
APPLICATIONS OF THE SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER IN THE
LANGUAGE FOR THE PROCESSING OF GRAPHS IEXAMPLES AND APPLICATIONS ON A 70901 (FRENCH)
10F A PROGRAMMING
COMPUTERS
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS ON INTERMEDIATE DATA PROCESSING
MARKET RESEARCH APPLICATIONS ON LEO
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO ARMS CONTROL
STATIC MAGNETIC MEMORY, ITS APPLICATIONS TO COMPUTERS AND CONTROLLING SYSTEMS
AMETRIC PHASE-LOCKED OSCILLATOR, CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS
PAR
DESIGN OF NUMERICAL FILTERS WITH APPLICATIONS TC MISSILE DATA PROCESSING
SOME COMBINATORIAL PROPERTIES OF CERTAIN TREES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SEARCHING AND SORTING
SOME COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TC SHIP DESIGN CALCULATIONS
SUBJECT-WORD LETTER FREQUENCIES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SUPERIMPOSED COOING
ECM 64 ITHE CAROUSEL MEMORY)
APPLICATIONS TO THE MAGNETIC TAPE STORAGE UNIT, FACIT
OR FINDING A MINIMUM OF A MULTIVARIATE FUNCTION WITH APPLICATIONS TO THE REDUCTION OF MISSILE AND SATElLIT
BISTABLE SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS TO TUNNEL DIOOE CIRCUITS
SMALL BUS I NESS APPLICATIONS USING A UNIVAC COMPUTING CENTER
ERS
TRAINING FOR ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS VIA COMPILERS, INTERPRETERS, AND ASSEMBl
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, PROGRESS ANO OPERATION
COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS, THE IMPLICATION OF CENSUS EXPERIENCE
THE EFFECT OF COMPUTERS ON THE TRAINING OF APPLIED MATHEMATICIANS AND SCIENTISTS
INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN COMPUTERS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
ACCOUNT OF THE WORK DONE AT THE ZURICH INSTITUTE OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
A BRIEF
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE SOLUTION OF PROBLEMS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS
SOME GENERAL
MOOEL BASIN
THE APPLIED MATHEMATICS LABORATORY OF THE OAVID W. TAYLOR
PURE AND APPLIED PROGRA"MING
CURVE F!TUNG FOR A MODEL OF APPLIED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULING
URAL ANDI
THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH SPEEO COMPUTERS ON APPLIED STATISTICS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AGRICULT
TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING SEAT RESERVATION PROBLEMS APPLIED TO AIRLINES
A OATA PROCESSING
TIME MULTIPLEXING AS APPLIED TO ANALOG COMPUTATION
EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AS APPLIED TO ANALOGUE COMPUTERS
RADIO-INTERFERENCE CONTROL AS APPLIED TO BUSINESS MACHINES
SOME ASPECTS OF SAMPLING AS APPLIED TO DATA TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
DIGITAL COMPUTERS APPLIED TO GAMES
THE UNIVAC FILE-COMPUTER APPLIED TO GENERAL ACCOUNTING FUNCTIONS
OVER-RELAXATION APPLIED TO IMPLICIT ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHODS
ORED CCST, STATISTICAL SAMPLING AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL APPLIED TO MAINTENANCE MATERIEL AND JOB COST CONTROL
DATA PROCESSING APPLIED TO MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
ANALOG COMPUTING APPLIED TO NOISE STUDIES
HYBRID TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS
TI8
CACM601
2
WJCC51
ICSI581 181
AUS 60S' 4.2
WJCC60 301
IBMJ592 106
PACM5R
2
TCJ4611 41
AUS 60 C4.1
PIICM62
87
NCR 574 U5
WJCC57 198
TCJ5623 221
ROME62 231
IBMJ602 101
I SMJ621 58
ISMJ591 18
IBMJ591 18
SOS 61 325
PACM61 13C2
CATH63 389
AUS 60 A6.2
PGEC542 45
OPI 62 181
TCJ3601 10
LSU 55
41
LSU 58 119
AUS 60 111.4
94

AUD - AUT

TITLE WORD INDEX

PRDBLEMS OF
AUDITOR AND C~PUTERS
PROBLEMS DF
E.D.P. AND THE
OF AUDITING COMPUTING DATA. SECTION 2. THE EXTERNAL
ARTIFICIAL
FOR DERIVING MAJORITY-LOGIC NETWORKS WITHIN AN
SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC
THE PRESENT TECHNICAL STATUS OF DATA TRANSMISSION IN
IBM EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN
FERRANTI EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN
NCR EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN
STC EQUIPMENT BEING OFFERED IN
BURROUGHS EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN
MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT IN
THE SMALL COMPUTER IN
A.D.P. SYSTEM DESIGN IN THE
ICT ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO
PROBLEMS OF LOCAL
USE OF A COMPUTER BY A MEDIUM-SIZED LOCAL
THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS
NOTES ON AN
THE USE OF MULTIPLE
AN
THE IBM TYPE &10
TOOLS
THE ANALYSIS OF NON-STOCHASTIC TIME SERIES USING AN
SO~E PROBLEMS OF A UNIVERSAL
OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE PEGASUS
THE PEGASUS
COMPUTER
FURTHER
AN EXTENDED
AN
A SPECIALIZED
OF COMPUTERS
THE USE OF PEGASUS
A DESCRIPTION OF MERCURY
ALP, AN
THE ELLIOTT 803
SOME TECHNICAL FEATURES OF THE MANCHESTER MERCURY
UNIVERSITY C(MPUTERS
THE
RUNNING PEGASUS
AN EVALUATION OF
MERCURY
MERCURY
PEGASUS, AN EXAMPLE OF AN
THE IB~ TYPE 705

AUDITING COMPUTING DATA. SECTION 1. INTERNAL AUDIT
AUDITING COMPUTING DATA. SECTION 2. THE EXTERNAL
AUDITOR
AUDITDR AND COMPUTERS
PROBLEMS
AUDITORY RECOGNITION IN TELEPHONY
A
THEOREM
AUGMENTED BOOLEAN ALGEBRA
AUGMENTS TO ALGOL
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA
THE COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY
AUSTRALIAN POST OFFICE
AUSTRALIAN USERS
AUTHOR INDEX, 195+-1958
AUTHOR INDEX. 1958-1961
AUTHORITIES IN DATA PReCESSING
AUTHORITY
AUTHORITY STORES SYSTEM, A CASE STUOY
AUTHORSHIP PROBLEM
AUTO-CORRELATION IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION
AUTO-INSTRUCTIONAL TEXT FOR IBM 1401 PROGRAMMING
AUTO-POINT COMPUTER
AUTD-PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE
AUTO-REGRESSION MODEL
THE COMPUTING PROBLEM IN
AUTOCODE
AUTOCDDE
AUTOCOO~

AUTOCOOE FACILITIES FOR THE MANCHESTER IMERCURY)
AUTOCODE FOR PEGASUS
AUTOCODE FOR TABLE MANIPULATION
AUTOCODE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF REPLICATED EXPERIMENTS
AUTOCODE IN SO~E EXPERIMENTAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
AUTO CODE IN TERMS OF A PHRASE STRUCTURE LANGUAGE
AUTOCODE LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE
AUTOCODE MARK II
AUTO CODE PROGRAMME
AUTOCODE PROGRAMS DEVELOPED FOR THE MANCHESTER
AUTOCODE PROGRAMS ON MERCURY
AUTO CODE READABILITY
AUTOCODE, ADDITIONAL NOTES
AUTOCODE, PRINCIPLES OF THE PROGRAM LIBRARY
AUTOCODED PROGRAM FOR SALES ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING
AUTOCODER
AUTOCODES FOR MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL WORK
PATTERN RECOGNITION USING AUTOCORRELATION
PERIODIC SEQ~ENCES
AUTOCORRELATIONS FOR BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF NOISELIKE
L STRATEGY INI
TEACHING SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS BY AUTOINSTRUCTION IN THE PRIMARY GRAOES, AN EXPERIMENTA
COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATA
THE LOGIC OF FIXED AND GROWING AUTOMATA
REGULAR EXPRESSIONS AND STATE GRAPHS FOR AUTOMATA
CHARACTERIZING EXPERIMENTS FOR FINITE-MEMORY BINARY AUTOMATA
PROGRAMMING AND THE THEORY DF AUTOMATA
MANY VALUED LOGICS AND RELIABLE AUTOMATA
PHYSIOLOGY OF AUTOMATA
SETS OF TAPES ACCEPTED BY DIFFERENT TYPES OF AUTOMATA
TOWARD INDUCTIVE INFERENCE AUTOMATA
ON THE NATURE OF THE RELIABILITY OF AUTOMATA
A DECISION PROCEDURE FOR COMPUTATIONS OF FINITE AUTOMATA
ISOMORPHISM GROUPS OF AUTOMATA
THE THEORY OF DEFINITE AUTOMATA
COMPUTATION,
BEHAVIOR, ANO STRUCTURE IN FIXED AND GROWING AUTOMATA
LOGICAL, RECURSIVE AND
OPERATOR METHODS FOR ·THE ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF AUTOMATA
TURING MACHINES, FINITE AUTOMATA AND NEURAL NETS
FINITE AUTOMATA AND THE SET OF SQUARES
FINITE AUTOMATA AND THEIR DECISION PROBLEMS
AUTOMATA AND THOUGHT PROCESSES IGERMANI
TOWARD A THEORY OF AUTOMATA BASED ON MORE REALISTIC PRIMITIVE ELEMENTS
CATEGOR IZ ING AUTOMATA BY W-MACHINE PROGRAMS
FINITE AND COMBINATORIAL AUTOMATA. TURING AUTOMATA WITH A PROGRAMMING TAPE
FINITE AND COMBINATORIAL AUTOMATA. TURING AUTOMATA WITH A PROGRAMMING TAPE
THE THEORY OF AUTOMATA, A SURVEY
THE LOGIC OF AUTOMATA, PART I
THE LOGIC OF AUTOMATA, PART II
FINITE AUTOMATA, PATTERN RECOGNITION AND PERCEPTRONS
CLASS, THE AUTOMATED CLASSROOM IPHILCO 20001
AUTOMATED COMPUTER CARD DESIGN
AUTOMATED COMPUTER DESIGN
DESCRIPTRAN, AUTOMATED DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
COMPUTER-AUTOMATED DESIGN OF MULTIFONT PRINT RECOGNITION LOGIC
AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION AND COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION
SUBJECT-~ATTER STRUCTURE
SOME RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION, INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMMING AND
AUTOMATED LOGICAL DESIGN
A CO~PUTER ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATED MAINTENANCE
ESPONSE, SIZE OF STEP, AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN AUTOMATED PROGRAMS
ITAL RESULTS REGARDING FORM OF R
AUTOMATED TEACHING
NTERACTIONS 8ETWEEN FUTURE COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AND AUTOMATED TEACHING METHODS
OPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF ITEMS IN A SINGLE, TWO-CONCEPT AUTOMATED TEACHING MODEL
STUDY
AN AUTOMATED TECHNIQUE FOR CONDUCTING A TOTAL SYSTEM
AUTOMATED WEAThER PREDICTION
RECOMMENOATICNS
AUTOMATIC ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING. SURVEY AND
ICAL TECHNIQUES AND HIERARCHIAL OATA INDEXING
AN AUTOMATIC ABSTRACTING PROGRAM EMPLOYING STYLO-STATIST
A NOTE ON THE USE OF AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF STRIP WIDTH IN QUADRATURE
AUTOMATIC AFFIX INTERPRETATION AND RELIABILITY
AUTOMATIC AIDS TO DICTIDNARY REVISION
SEMI-AUTOMATIC ALLOCATION OF DATA STORAGE FOR PACT I
ALS AND FINDING ROOT LOCI
AN AUTOMATIC ANALOG COMPUTER METHOD FOR SOLVING POLYNOMI
95

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

ASS - AUT
TCJ3601 10
TCJ36Dl 11
AUS 63 A.20
TCJ3601 11
IBMJ5B4 294
PGEC603 338
CACM604 211
AUS 60 C2.1
AUS 60013.1
AUS 60D14.1
AUS 60D14.2
AUS 60D14.3
AUS 60D15.3
AUS 60 Al.2
AUS 60 A5.4
AUS 63 A.9
AUS 60D15.1
JACM584 397
CACM610 589
TCJ2593 105
TCB7631
7
AUS 63 A.8
HARV61 163
OCR 62 305
PACM62
18
SACI5B
77
ARAP591 220
PACM56
27
ARAP591 16
ARAP591 58
TCJ1594 192
TCJ1583 124
TCJ6633 237
ROME62 613
TCJ5634 313
TCJ4611 30
ARAP612 29
TCJ5621 28
ARAP612 77
MlP 58 201
TCJ1581 15
TCJ3614 232
CACM623 156
TCJ2591 XI
ARAP591 93
ARAP591 64
WJCC56
49
TCB5624 149
PIRE611 175
PGEC613 383
PLCI61
99
P IRE530 1234
HARV571 147
PGEC601 39
PGEC604 469
CPFS61 100
SOS 61 135
WJCC61 291
JACM611 III
I FIP62 395
RTCS62 196
JACM623 315
JACM624 469
PGEC633 233
SOS 59 282
I CIP59 138
JACM614 467
JACM634 528
I BMJ592 114
DIP 62
1
IFlP62 379
JACM613 384
IFIP62 391
IFIP62 391
AIC 612 379
JACM572 193 .
JACM573 279
JACM611
1
CAS 61 177
PACM61 13B4
PACM59
4
CACM636 336
I BMJ631
2
ICC 621 26
PLCI61
67
ItCR 634 94
PGEC636 887
PLC161
86
CABS62 308
PLCI61 281
PLCI61
25
EJCC61 306
CACM613 164
CACM615 226
PACM61 5C3
EClP55 182
NSMT60 317
PACM61 13C4
JACM564 299
ItCR 574 164
95

AUT - AUT

TITLE WORD INDEX

A PROPOSED AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
STRUCTURE CO~PUTER SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC
TUBE MEMORIES
THE BEST WAY TO DESIGN AN AUTOMATIC
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
EQUATIONS FOR ELLIPTIC BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
CONTROL GEAR SIMULATION FOR AN AUTOMATIC
A NEW TECHNIQUE IN AUTOMATIC
A NEW METHOD FOR AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
FOR DIAGNOSTIC CHECKING
THE SATURN AUTOMATIC
MAN-To-MACHINE COMMUNICATION AND AUTOMATIC
PLANNING UNIVERSAL SEMI-AUTOMATIC
SYSTEMS OF DEBUGGING AUTOMATIC
A MECHANIZED APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
TRANSCOOE, A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE MARK 5 SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC
THE APPLICATION OF FORMULA TRANSLATION TO AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE FORTRAN AUTOMATIC
FORTRANSIT, A UNIVERSAL AUTOMATIC
SAKO, AN AUTOMATIC
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC
ARITHMETIC TRANSLATOR~CDMPILER OF THE IBM FORTRAN AUTOMATIC
OF A COOPERATIVE VENTURE IN THE PkODUCTION OF AN AUTOMATIC
PRINT I, AN AUTOMATIC
FORTRAN, AN AUTOMATIC
FUTURE
SIMPLE AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC
ALGEBRAIC
THE M.I.T. SYSTEMS OF AUTOMATIC
CASE STUDY
THE AUTOMATIC
SOME ENGINEERING PROBLEMS REQUIRING AUTOMATIC
TABLES FOR AUTOMATIC
CHECKING IN AUTOMATIC
DATA TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC
CONSIDERATIONS
OAf A TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC
CONSI DERA TI ONS
LABORATORY
AUTOMATIC
IMPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
COLUMN DESIGN
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF AN AUTOMATIC
CAPABILITIES, COST. AND SAVINGS OF AN AUTOMATIC
THE OAK RIDGE AUTOMATIC
MOSAIC, THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY AUTOMATIC
THE ESSENTIAL TYPES OF OPERATION IN AN AUTOMATIC
THE ANALYSIS OF SURGE TANKS BY AUTOMATIC
CRITICAL ROTATIONAL SPEEDS OF FLEXIBLE SHAFTS ON AN AUTOMATIC
A NEW INPUT-OUTPUT SELECTION SYSTEM FOR THE FLORIDA AUTOMATIC
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS EASTERN AUTOMATIC
MEMORY FOR THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS WESTERN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
SPEC IAL-PURPOSE AUTOMATIC
LINEAR PROGRAMMING ON AUTOMATIC
THE CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN OF OPERATION CODES FOR AUTOMATIC
SYMPOSIUM ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS USING AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
SOME APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC
THE INFLUENCE OF AUTOMATIC
DIFFICULTIES OF USING AUTOMATIC
INTRODUCTION TO DATA HANDLING AND AUTOMATIC
EVOLUTION OF AUTOMATIC
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE
SOME AUTOMATIC
SMALL-SCALE RESEARCH AND AUTOMATIC
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC
THE PLACE OF AUTOMATIC
THE APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC
CURRICULUM
THE IMPACT OF AUTOMATIC
A TRULY AUTOMATIC
ELECTRONIC ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERTERS IN AUTOMATIC
ANALOG INTERPOLATOR FOR AUTOMATIC
THE ROLE OF GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
RANDOM PROCESSES IN AUTOMATIC
COMPUTERS IN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
IN A CCMPUTER ~EMORY
THE AUTOMATIC
AIRCRAFT
AN AUTOMATIC
DISK FILES
AN AUTOMATIC
THE MANAGEMENT APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC
ACCOUNT IDENTIFICATION FOR AUTOMATIC
A BANK ADOPTS AUTOMATIC
A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO INTEGRATION OF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
OPERATION
AUTOMATIC
PREDICTION
AUTOMATIC
RVEY OF PROGRESS AND TREND OF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC
RVEY OF PROGRESS AND TREND DF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC
RVEY OF PROGRESS AND TREND OF DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC
PLANTS
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
96

ANALOGUE COMPUTER
ASSIGNMENT OF COMPUTATIONS IN A VARIABLE
BEAM CURRENT STABILIZATION FOR WILLIAMS
CALCULATING MACHINE
CALCULATING MACHINES
CALCULATING MACHINES AND NUMERICAL METHODS
CALCULATION AND PROGRAMMING OF DIFFERENCE
CAR PARK
CHARACTER RECOGNITION
CHARACTER RECOGNITION
CHECKOUT EQUIPMENT FEATURING TEST PROGRAMS
CHECKOUT SYSTEM
CODE TRANSLATION
COOING
COOING
CODING
CODING AT G.E.
CODING BY FORTRAN
COOING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
CODING FOR FERUT
CODING FOR THE IBM 701
CODING FOR TREAC
CODING LANGUAGE
CODING OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
COOING PRINCIPLES
CODING SYSTEM
COOING SYSTEM
CODING SYSTEM
CODING SYSTEM
THE
CODING SYSTEM
CODING SYSTEM
A DESCR IPTION
COOING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM 705
COOING SYSTEM, ITS DEVELOPMENT, USE AND
CODING SYSTEMS
CODING TECHNIQUES, 1955
CODING TO LOGICAL PROCESSES
CODING TO SMALL CALCULATORS
CODING, COMPREHENSIVE, SUMMER SESSION, AND
COMPILATION OF TECHNICAL DATA TABLES, A
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMP~TATION AND CONTROL PART I, GENERAL
COMPUTATION AND CONTROL PART 2, PRACTICAL
COMPUTATION AT THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL
COMPUTATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRAINING
COMPUTATION IN MULTI-COMPONENT DISTILLATION
COMPUTATION OF MOLECULAR INTEGRALS
COMPUTATIONS WITH POWER SERIES
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
A TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTING
COMPUTER IFLAC)
COMPUTER ISEAC)
COMPUTER ISWACI
ITURES OF A MAGNETIC DRUM
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IGERMAN)
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS IFRENCH)
COMPUTERS AND TEACHING MACHINES
COMPUTERS IN HYDRO-ELECTRIC ENGINEERING
COMPUTERS ON MATHEMATICAL METHODS
COMPUTERS ON OFFICE WORK
COMPUTING
COMPUTING
COMPUTING ASPECTS IN THE EVALUATION OF
COMPUTING MACHINERY
COMPUTING MACHINERY
COMPUTING MACHINERY IN THEORETICAL PHYSICS
COMPUTING MACHINES TO STATISTICS
COMPUTING MACHINES UPON THE UNDERGRADUATE
COMPUTING SYSTEM
COMPUTING SYSTEMS
CONTROL
CONTROL AND INFORMATION SYSTEM
CONTROL BY VISUAL SIGNALS
CONTROL SYSTEMS
CONTROL SYSTEMS
CORRECTION OF ERRORS IN TEXT
CORRECTION OF MULTIPLE ERRORS ORIGINATING
CREATION OF LITERATURE ABSTRACTS
CRUISE CONTROL COMPUTER FOR LONG RANGE
DATA ACQUISITION AND INQUIRY SYSTEM USING
DATA PROCESSING
DATA PROCESSING
DATA PROCESSING
DATA PROCESSING AND COMMUNICATIONS
DATA PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, PROGRESS AND
DATA PROCESSING FOR NUMERICAL WEATHER
DATA PROCESSING FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION
DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
DATA PROCESSING IN LARGER MANUFACTURING
DATA PROCESSING IN THE TACTICAL FIELD ARMY

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 191t6-1963

AUO - AUT
AUS 572 216
PGEC636 755
PGEC531t
8
MANC51
16
AUS 51
10
AUS 51
93
IFIP62 126
TCJlt621t 313
TCJlt612 121
PGEC635 521
NCR 591t 218
EJCC61 232
WJCC6D 329
ONR 51t
71t
ACFI57
17
ACFI57 103
3
ACFI57
TCB2582 21t
TCJ3603 lit It
JACM551t 243
JACM554 253
ARAP591 23
ROME62 501
ARAP591 81
ONR 56
3
WJCC57 188
CAN 58 349
ARAP612 161
PACM62
Itlt
CACM592
9
JACM564 266
ACFI57
29
AUS 60 C3.2·
CACM587
5
LSU 56
6
ONR 54
31t
EJCC54
64
ONR 54
ItO
AUS 60 A8.4
PACM52P 85
CACM5B1
B
RMCS60
14
AUS 63 C.1t
AUS 63 C.1t
FTT 53 135
CTPC51t
59
AUS 60 BIt.1
AUS 63 B.14
JACM561 10
AUS 51 127
ONR 51
21
P ACM52T H2
AOC 53
3B
ECIP55 141t
AUS 60B'7.2
CACM596 27
WJCC57
37
EJCC51
81t
PECS52
2
ECIP55 143
FTT 53 199
ECIP55 188
I EES56 125
ICIP59 102
PLCI61 257
AUS 60 82.1
MANC51
13
AUS 60 A7.4
ONR 51
1
PACM52P 29
CAN 58
88
PACM52P 107
31
ECIP55
HARVlt9 215
ADC 53 166
CTPC51t
ItO
WJCC56
10
AUS 60 C9.1t
JACM552 83
NCR 51t4 82
MTP 58 841
CCST61 363
PIRE611 305
BIT 621 itS
18MJ631t 317
IIIMJ5B2 159
PGEC521 1t7
CACMUO 626
LSU 57
23
JACM573 245
TCJ3603 127
NCR 591t 223
EDPS61
90
CAN 62
76
AODC62 195
CACM591t 22
CACM595 17
CACM599 31t
WJCC53
65
WJCC59 187
96

AUT - AUT

91

AUT - AUT

TITLE WORD INOEX

PROGRESS IN THE INTRODUCTION Of AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
A REVIEW OF AUTOMATIC
MAy 1958
AUTOMATIC
EXPERIMENTS
THE AUTOMATIC
AN ALGORITHM fOR AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE USE Of PARENTHESIS-fREE NOTATION fOR THE AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
PARAMETERS
THE AUTOMATIC
TECHNIQUES FOR INCORPORATING MICROGLOSSARIES IN AN AUTOMATIC
CHINE METHODS FOR COMPILING AND UPDATING THE HARVARD AUTOMATIC
ON PROBLEMS OF ADDRESS .IN AN AUTOMATIC
BI8LIOGRAPHY ON AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
OF ALGEBRAIC AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS ON AN AUTOMATIC
UCTURAl ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USE OF AN AUTOMATIC
THE AUTOMATIC
DIAGNOSIS
BASIC NOMENCLATURE AND DEFINITIONS IN AUTOMATIC
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC
SOME AUTOMATIC
VERNMENT REQUIREMENTS AND ACTIVITIES IN THE FIELD OF AUTOMATIC
CODING ON AUTOMATIC
AN AUTOMATIC
SURVEILLANCE
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE
COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMAHC OPERATIONS USING THE GRAMMAR OF SYNTOL IN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
SYSTEMATICS OF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
INTROOUCTION TO AN AUTOMATIC
THE PHilOSOPHY OF AUTOMATIC
lIMITS FOR AUTOMATIC
CODES AND CODING CIRCUITRY FOR AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC
PROCESSING SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC
PROCESSING SYSTEM
INTEGRATION ANO AUTOMATIC
DATA SYSTEMS
FIELD PERFORMANCE OF A NEW AUTOMATIC
AN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
G A MAPPING
ON THE AUTOMATIC
REPRESENTS A THEORY
THE LOGIC OF AUTOMATIC
AN AUTOMATIC
ARITHMETIC
AN ON-liNE SOLID-STATE ANALOG COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC
A MECHANIZATION OF ALGEBRAIC DIFFERENTIATION AND THE AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
RESEARCH PROCEDURES FOR AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE NETHERLANDS AUTOMATIC
THE IDENTIFICATION OF DOCU~ENT CONTENT, A PROBLEM IN AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
A PROGRAM FOR THE AUTOMATIC
THE METHOD OF TAYLOR SERIES
AUTOMATIC
ASPECTS OF CURRENT RESEARCH IN AUTOMATIC
THE USAF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC
THE USE OF AUTOMATIC
ATION OF HYBRIC ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN THE AUTOMATIC
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN AUTOMATIC
IN APPLICATleN OF HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS TO AUTOMATIC
VALUE OF A FUNCTION
AN AUTOMATIC
A METHOD OF AUTOMATIC
MACHINE FEATURES FOR A MORE AUTOMATIC
FOUR YEARS OF AUTOMATIC
THE 0825 AUTOMATIC
S~ALL DIGITAL COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
TRANSDUCER DESIGN
THE AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
REFERENCE FOR ADDRESSING
AUTOMATIC
COMPilER METHOD OF AUTOMATIC
GESTALT PROGRAMMING, A NEW CONCEPT IN AUTOMATIC
THE PROCEDURE TRANSLATOR, A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC
SY~PDSIUM ON AUTOMATIC
FUTURE TRENDS IN AUTOMATIC
CURRENT THEORY AhD PRACTICE OF AUTOMATIC
CURRENT PROBLEMS IN AUTOMATIC
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL AUTOMATIC
THE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR IN THE FIELD OF AUTOMATIC
RIPTION OF COMPUTING PROCESSES. SOME 08SERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC
RIPTION OF CCMPUTING PROCESSES, SOME OBSERVATIONS ON AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC
• MARCH. 1961

DATA PROCESSING INTO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS
DATA PROCESSING METHOOS
DATA-ACCUMULATION SYSTEM FOR WIND TUNNELS
DATA-PROCESSING IN GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS.
DATA-RECORDING IN REAL-TIME CONTROL SYSTEMS
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BIOlDGICAL
DESIGN OF LOGICAL CRYOGENIC CIRCUITS
DESIGN OF LOGICAL NETWORKS
OESIGN OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS
DETERMINATION OF AMINO ACID SEQUENCES
DETERMINATION OF HUMAN AND OTHER SYSTEM
DICTIONARY
TAGGING
DICTIONARY
LINGUISTIC AND lilA
DICTIONARy OF FRENCH
DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
DIGITAL COMPUTER
SOLUTION
DIGITAL COMPUTER
IX (FORCEI METHOD OF STR
DIGITAL COMPUTER AS AN AID IN MEDICAL
DIGITAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING
DIGITAL COMPUTERS
DIGITAL COMPUTERS
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN WESTERN EUROPE
DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINERY
IREVIEW OF GO
DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES
DIGITAL DATA ASSEMBLY SYSTEM FOR SPACE
DIGITAL ENCODING SYSTEM II
DIGITAL ENCODING SYSTEM. II CADES III
DIGITAL MATRIC STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
DIGITAL PROGRAMMING OF ANALOG COMPUTERS
DIGITAL RECORDING OF INFORMATION FROM
DOCUMENT CLASSIFICATION
DOCUMENTATION CFRENCHI
SOME
DRAFTING VIA COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL
ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS
ENGLISH INFLECTION
ENGLISH SYNTAX (BY FRAGMENTATION I
ERROR CORRECTION
ERROR CORRECTION
ERROR CORRECTION WITHIN DIGITAL SYSTEMS
ERROR RECOVERY IN THE NIKE-ZEUS GUIDANCE
FAILURE RECOVERY IN A DIGITAL DATA
FAILURE RECOVERY IN A DIGITAL DATAFAULT lOCATION TECHNIQUES IN LARGE DIGITAL
FAULT-lOCATING MEANS
FLOATING-ADDRESS MACHINE
FORMATION OF A 'MACHINE THEORY' REPRESENT IN
FORMATION OF A COMPUTER PROGRAM WHICH
FORMULA SYNTHESIS
FORMULA TRANSLATOR FOR FIXED POINT
GAS FLOW COMPENSATIONS
GENERATION OF FORMULAE FOR MOLECULAR INTEGA
GRADERS FOR PROGRAMMING CLASSES
HANDLING OF BUSINESS DATA
IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER lOGIC
INDEXING
INDEXING, AN EXPERIMENT INQUIRY
INDEXING, AN EXPERIMENTAL INQUIRY
INFORMATION PROCESSING CENTRE
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
INPUT FOR BUSINESS DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS
INTEGRATION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS USING
ITERATION ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
lANGUAGE ANALYSIS
LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR. MARK I
lANGUAGE-DATA PROCESSING
LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS. A HEURISTIC PROBLEM
LOAD PROJECTION AND SUBSTATION PLANNING 8V
MACHINE-TOOL CONTROL
MACHINES IN SOCIAL SCIENCE
MAP COMPilATION SYSTEM
APPllC
MATR IX PROGRAM
MESSAGE ACCOUNTING
PROBLEMS INVOLVED
METHOD FOR FINDING THE GREATEST OR lEAST
MONITORING OF A SERIAL ARITHMETIC UNIT
MONITORING SYSTEM ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS
OFFICE WORK
OPERATING AND SCHEDULING PROGRAM
OPTICAL DESIGN
PARALLEL PROCESSING
PARA~ETER OPTIMIZATION AS APPLIED TO
POSITION SURVEY ANALYZER AND COMPUTER
PREPARATION OF FLOW CHART liSTINGS
PRODUCTION OF METEOROLOGICAL CONTOUR CHARTS
PROGRAM CONTROL UTilIZING A VARIABLE
PROGRAM TESTING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRA~MING

PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING

EDPS61
13
HARV55
3
PGEC561
1
BCS 58 564
PACM56
20
AUS 511 118
PGEC614 623
WJCC59 103
PGEC603 342
IBMJ633 246
WJCC61 645
IBMJ634 331
ICSI582 951
MTl 611 319
CAMB49 134
AUS 51
29
JACM591 91
AUS 60 B6.1
EJCC59 114
CENG59 110
TCB3605 83
CACM606 339
PGEC563 158
MSEE463 29
CAMB49
28
EJCC61 251
ONR 56
11
PACM56
29
WJCC59 212
PGEC632 100
AUS 512 219
JACM632 151
ROME62 645
CACM614 196
ECIP55
1
NSMT60 229
MTl 612 615
EJCC58
25
SOS 61 181
RTCS62 152
PACM62
32
IBMJ591
2
WJCC59 159
SJCC62 213
WJCC51 211
IEES56 134
PACM61 2C1
SOS 62 101
NSMT60 462
PACM59
16
NCR 602 96
TCJ6633 281
CACM600 528
WJCC54
15
CACM5B5 14
MIPP61 281
JACM613 404
MIPP61 236
ICC 623 163
HARV61 213
EJCC56
69
TCJ3602 108
PWCS54
13
CAS 62 182
NCR 584 296
CABS62 394
MTl 612 655
CAN 60 193
CCST61 535
AUS 60 Al.2
SJCC63 105
lSU 56 210
lSU 58 139
TCJ3603 175
CENG59 134
JACM512 112
TCJ1583 106
SJCC63
41
EJCC54
81
CAN 60 321
SJCC63 191
NCR 594 231
JACM581 51
PACM62
66
PECS52
13
CAN 62 127
ONR 54
15
WJCC56
5
ACFI51
39
AUS 571 122
CAS 58 133
ICIP59 152
ARAP591
8
TCJ2593 llO
WJCC61 365
TCJ5622 107
fK OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF MTP 58 251
AND ALGOL 60
THE Desc RoME62 391
ANa ALGOL 60
THE OESC ARAP623
1
AND BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
ARAP591 189

COMPUTER liTERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

97

AUT - BAN

TITLE WORD INDEX

AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND ITS DEVELOPMENT ON THE
APAR, AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND RECORDING
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
RCA APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL PROBLEMS
INTERPROGRAM SYSTEM AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR CSIRAC
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED
TOOLS. APT I II
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR REAL-TIME COMPUTERS
THE STATUS OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES FOR BUSINESS AND
SCIENCE
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DEUCE
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
SIGNAL CORPS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
NE TOOl
THE DESIGN AND USE OF THE APT LANGUAGE FOR AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHI
SYSTEM (GERMANI
THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF UNIVAC BY THE A-2 COMPILER
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ON THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY
COMPUTER
PROGRESS OF THE WHIRLWIND COMPUTER TOWARDS AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ROUTINE FOR THE ELLIOTT 401
-ENGLISH MACHINE TRANSLAI
THE TRIAL TRANSLATOR, AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR EXPERIMENTAL RUSSIAN
DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON LANGUAGE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
THE FLOW-MATIC AND MATH-MATIC AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
ON THE EFFICIENT CONSTRUCTION OF AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY
INTROOUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, BRIGHTON 1959
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, DEFINITIONS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, PRESENT STATUS ANO FUTURE
TRENDS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING. PROPERTIES AND PERFORMANCE OF
FORTRAN SYSTEMS I AND II
AUTOMATIC PROPAGATED AND ROUND-OFF ERROR ANALYSIS
BASEBALL, AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION ANSWERER
BASEBALL. AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION-ANSWERER
ISAMPLES F
OR USE IN THE REALISTIC SIMULATION AND EVALUATION OF AUTOMATIC RAOAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS
AUTOMOBILE SELECTIVE UNDERWRITING AND AUTOMATIC RATING ON THE IBM 650
AUTOMATIC REAOING MACHINE FOR TELEGRAPH SERVICE
AUTOMATIC READING OF CURSIVE SCRIPT
INFORMATION PICTORIAL INPUTS
AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO HIGHAUTOMATIC RECORDING OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWERS
THE MANUAL USE OF AUTOMATIC RECORDS
SENSING EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATIC REGISTRATION IN HIGH-SPEED CHARACTER
AUTOMATIC RETRIEVAL OF RECORDED INFORMATION
EXPERIENCE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING AND AUTOMATIC ROUTINING OF THE EOSAC
EXPERIENCE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING AND AUTOMATIC ROUTINING OF THE EOSAC
AUTOMATIC SALES FORECASTING
AUTOMATIC SCANNING OF CARDIOVASCULAR DATA UTILIZING
FOSOIC
AN EXPERIMENT IN THE AUTOMATIC SELECTION OR REJECTION OF TECHNICAL TERMS
AN AUTOMATIC SELF-CHECKING AND FAULT-LOCATING METHO~
AUTOMATIC SENTENCE DIAGRAMMING
THE AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE CONTROLLED CALCULATOR
PARALLEL PROGRAM~ING
AN AUTOMATIC SEQUENCING PROCEDURE WITH APPLICATION TO
WITH TWO POINT BOUNDARY CONOITI
A PROGRAM FOR THE AUTOMATIC SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
THE AUTOMATIC SPEECH RECOGNITION SYSTEM FOR CONVERSATIONA
L SOUND
AUTOMATIC SQUARE ROOT IN A 5 MEGACYCLE PARALLEL
DIGITAL COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC START-UP OF POWER STATIONS
AUTOMATIC STEP-SIZE CONTROL FOR RUNGE-KUTTA
INTEGRATION
EXPERIENCE IN AUTOMATIC STORAGE ALLOCATION
A SEMI-AUTOMATIC STORAGE ALLOCATION SYSTEM AT LOADING TIME
CODING CLINICAL LABORATORY DATA FOR AUTOMATIC STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
A START AT AUTOMATIC STORAGE ASSIGNMENT
AUTOMATIC STORE AND FORWARD MESSAGE SWITCHING SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC STRAIN-GAGE ANO THERMOCOUPLE RECORDING ON
PUNCHED CAROS
AUTOMATIC STRATIFICATION OF INFORMATION
AN AUTOMATIC SUPERVISOR FOR THE IBM 102
AUTOMATIC SYNTAX ANALYSIS IN MACHINE INDEXING AND
ABS TRAC TI NG
AUTOMATIC SYSTEM AND LOGICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR
THE RW-33 CO~PUTER SYSTEM
MUL TIWEAPON AUTOMATIC TARGET AND 8ATTERY EVALUATOR
PLATO II, A ~ULTIPLE-STUDENT. COMPUTER-CONTROLLED, AUTOMATIC TEACHING DEVICE
MEMORY
AN AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE SYSTEM EMPLOYJNG MAGNETIC DRUM
AN APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC THEORY FORMATION
AN AUTOMATIC TRACKING FILTER
THE AUTOMATIC TRANSCRIPTION OF MACHINE SHORTHAND
A PRELIMINARY APPROACH TO JAPANESE-ENGLISH AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION
INTRINSIC MACHINE ADDRESSING IN AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION
CTIVE SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS
CURRENT RESEARCH ON AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY AND PREDI
LABORATORY
RESEARCH ON AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION AT THE HARVARD COMPUTATION
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION IN THE USSR
THE PRESENT STATUS OF AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES
ACCEPTABLE Te COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION CF PRINTED COOE TO IMPULSES
TO ANOTHER
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF PROGRAMS FROM ONE COMPUTER
CHARACTER SENSING EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATIC TYPE SIZE NORMALIZATION IN HIGH SPEED
A SOLUTION FOR AUTOMATIC UNIT CONTROL
ORAGE ALLOCATICN IN THE ATLAS COMPUTER, INCLUDING AN AUTOMATIC USE OF A BACKING STORE
OYNAMIC ST
AN EXPERIMENT IN AUTOMATIC VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMS
GCA BY AUTOMATIC VOICE DATA LINK
AN AUTOMATIC VOICE READOUT SYSTEM
AN AUTOMATIC WINO-TUNNEL DATA CONVERTER
IBM 701 SPEEDCODING AND OTHER AUTOMATIC-PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
SYNTACTICAL ANALYSIS
AUTOMATIC-PROGRAMMING-LANGUAGE TRANSLATION THROUGH
A DISCRIMINATION ~ETHOO FOR AUTOMATICALLY CLASSIFYING DOCUMENTS
A SIMPLE COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATICALLY PLOTTING CORRELATION FUNCTIONS
ACCCUNT CLASSIFICATION AT AUTOMATING BANKS
AUTOMATION
CO~PUTERS IN AUTOMATION
LABOR LOOKS AT AUTOMATION
THE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF AUTOMATION
THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF AUTOMATION
THE SOCIAL PROBLEM OF AUTOMATION
CRGANIZING FOR COMPANY-WIDE CLERICAL AUTOMATION
DATA PROCESSING TECHNIQUES IN DESIGN AUTOMATION
KTH-ORCER FINITE AUTOMATION
MIDAC

96

COMPLTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

AUT - AUT
ONR 54
84
EJCC58 130
CAS 57
45
ONR 56
57
AUS 60 C3.1
CAS 61 140
PACM59
64
CAS 57 107
TC86622 47
ARAP591 111
LSU 55 113
CACM592 22
CAS 59
80
ECIP55 154
ONR 54
99
PACM52P 231
JACM512 151
EJCC58 138
ONR 56
1
CACM584
8
CACM590 13
ARAP591 196
CACM595 16
PACM62
91
ARAP591 291
ARAP591
1
ONR 54
1
HIP 58 155
MTP 58 231
PACM58
39
CATH63 201
WJCC61 219
WCR 584
8
CAS 55
41
SJCC63 113
OCR 62 151
NCR 624 114
AUS 63 C.23
E JCC55
33
EJCC51 238
TCJ1581 36
AOC 53 239
NCR 537 66
TCJ1583 113
CAS 62
20
NSMT60 398
PGEC625 649
MTL 611 115
MSEE462 13
JACM614 513
ROME62 685
PGEC636 835
AUS 60 C4.2
TC81644 125
IBMJ634 340
CACMbl0 436
CACM610 446
CACM63N 690
CACM60S 321
WJCC60 365
JACM541 36
S JCC63 229
WJCC56
21
MIPP61 305
NCR 602 124
EJCCSl
71
PLCI61 205
P IRE530 1341
SOS 61 443
AUS 512 201
EJCC59 148
MTL 611
1
MTl 611 283
N SMT60 173
ICIP59 163
HTP 58 351
AIC 601 92
WJCC55
29
IFIP62 550
NCR 584 318
WJCC54
96
CACM610 435
CACM630 610
WCR 584 28
EJCC51 219
AUS 60 C2.3
ONR 54 106
CACM623 145
FJCC63 161
NCR 531 43
C ACM63D 101
LSlJ 55
91
LSU 55 101
LSlJ 56 165
WJCC58
1
WJCC58
10
WJCC58
13
CAN 60
83
E JCC60 205
P GEC6 35 410

AUT - BEH

TITLE WORD INDEX

SYSTEMS, THE SOLUTION TO INOUSTRIAL ANO COMMERCIAL AUTOMATION
SPECIAL-PURPOSE, ELECTRONIC DATA
AUTOMATION AND ITS IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT
AUTOMATION AND PURE MATHEMATICS
AUTOMATION AND THE OFFICE, 1
AUTOMATION AND THE OFFICE, 2
THE CHALLENGE OF AUTOMATION IN EDUCATION
AUTOMATION IN THE LEGAL WORLD
AUTOMATION IN THE POST OFFICE
WHAT AUTOMATION MEANS TO AMERICA
THE AUTOMATION OF AN ELECTION
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND THE AUTOMATION OF BANKING PROCEDURES
TOWARDS THE AUTOMATION OF BINOCULAR OEPTH PERCEPTION
AUTOMATION OF INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
BEHAVIOR THEORY AND THE AUTOMATION OF INSTRUCTION
AUTOMATION OF LIBRARY OPERATIONS
AUTOMATION OF PROGRAM DEBUGGING
AN INQUIRY INTO THE COMPUTER AUTOMATION OF SUPER MARKETS
I MPACT OF AUTOMATION ON DIGITAL COMPUTER OESIGN
ERACTION BETWEEN A GROUP OF SUBJECTS AND AN ADAPTIVE AUTOMATION TO PRODUCE A SELF ORGANIZING SYSTEM FOR DE
ACM-NCA SYMPOSIUM ON BANKING AUTOMATION, ABSTRACTS
OESIGN OF A PHOTO INTERPRETATION AUTOMATON
ON THE STRUCTURES OF AN AUTOMATON AND ITS INPUT SEMIGROUP
GROUP
THE STRUCTURE OF AN AUTOMATON AND ITS OPERATION-PRESERVING TRANSFORMATION
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO AUTOMOBILE CONTROL ANO STABILITY PROBLEMS
REAL-TIME AUTOMOBILE RIDE SIMULATION
AUTOMOBILE SELECTIVE UNDERWRITING AND AUTOMATIC
RATING ON THE IBM 650
CONTROL OF AUTOMOBILE TRAFFIC, A PROBLEM IN REAL-TIME COMPUTATIO
N
AUTOMORPHISMS OF STEINER TRIPLE SYSTEMS
STATE-LOGIC RELATIONS IN AUTONOMOUS SEQUENTIAL NETWORKS
ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN AUTOPILOT DESIGN
AUTOSTAT, A LANGUAGE FOR STATISTICAL DATA PROCESSING
DESIGN CRITERIA FOR AUTOSYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS
INPUT-OUTPUT AND AUXILIARIES
AUXILIARY DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
IMP, AN AUXILIARY DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR COMPLEX NUMBERS
A MULTI-VARIANT GENERALIZED SORT PROGRAM EMPLOYING AUXILIARY ORUM STORAGE
AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT TO SEAC INPUT-OUTPUT
MAGNETIC TAPE, INPUT, OUTPUT AND AUXILIARY STORAGE
A MAGNETIC-TAPE AUXILIARY STORAGE SYSTEM FOR THE EDSAC
A PROPOSEO MAGNETIC WIRE AUXILIARY STORE FOR THE EDSAC
AVAILABILITY OF MACHINE-USABLE NATURAL LANGUAGE
MATERIAL
COMPARATIVE OATA ON MACHINES AVAILABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR CLERICAL USERS
WHAT COMPONENTS ARE AVAILABLE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE
CHARACTERISTICS OF CURRENTLY AVAILABLE SMALL OIGITAL COMPUTERS
ICT ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE TO AUSTRALIAN USERS
CURRENT BUILD-UP IN AVALANCHE TRANSISTORS WITH RESISTANCE LOADS
THIN-FILM SUPERCONDUCTING ELEMENTS
TIME AVERAGE THERMAL PROPERTIES OF A COMPUTER UTILIZING
SMOOTHING
AND PREOICTION OF TIME SERIES 8Y CASCAtED SIMPLE AVERAGES
-- AND HOW TO AVOID THEM
RST ORDER PREDII
A PROGRAM FOR THE PROOUCTION FROM AXIOM, OF PROOFS FOR THEOREMS DERIVABLE WITHIN THE Fl
AN AXIOMATIC APPROACH TO PREFIX LANGUAGES
AXIOMATIC MAJORITY-DECISION LOGIC
ON SOME AXIOMATIC SYSTEMS FOR FORMAL GRA~MARS AND LANGUAGES
IMAGINARY AXIS TRANSLATION OF TRANSFER FUNCTIONS
PRCGRAMMING OF THE METHOD OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR AXISYMMETRIC FLOW
AYOAR, SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG MACHINE FOR YAW OATA
REDUCTiON
THE SYSTEM ORGANllATIDN OF M08IDIC B
DATA RETRIEVAL IN M081DIC B
IEQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBIN
G, NAVIGATION ANO MISSILE GUIDANCE SUBSYSTEM FOR THE B-70 AIR VEHICLE
THE WORK OF CHARLES BABBAGE
8ABBAGE, ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS ANO SCALES OF NOTATION
PICTURE LOGIC FOR BACCHUS A FOURTH-GENERATION COMPUTER
A THREE-DIMENSIONAL PRINTED BACK PANEL
THE BACKGROUNO OF THE PERT ALGORITHM
ADAPTATION OF
THE JACOBI ~ETHOD FOR A COMPUTER WITH MAGNETIC-TAPE BACKING STORE
DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION IN
THE ATLAS CCMPU.TER, INCLUCING AN AUTOMATiC USE OF A BACKING STORE
A TRANSLATION TECHNIQUE FOR
LANGUAGES WHOSE SYNTAX IS EXPRESSIBLE IN EXTENDED BACKUS NORMAL FORM
ON THE AMBIGUITY PROBLEM OF BACKUS SYSTEMS
OF THE LATENT ROOTS OF A HESSENBERG MATRIX BY BAIRSTOW'S METHOO
COMPUTATION
SPECIFICATION LANGUAGES
FOR MECHANICAL LANGUAGES ANO THEIR PROCESSORS, A BAKER'S DOZEN
APPLICATION
A BALANCED PRECISION REFERENCE REGULATOR FOR COMPUTER
RETRIEVAL
THE BALANCED TREE AND ITS UTILIZATION IN INFORMATION
OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON THE AMPLIFICATION OF THE BALANCED-PAIR TUNNEL-DIODE CIRCUIT
IS OF THE EFFECT
COMPUTER TECHNIQUES IN ASSEM8LY LINE BALANCING (18M 1620, IBM 650, UNIVAC SOLID STATE 801
SUMMARY OF A HEURISTIC LINE BALANCING PROCEDURE
BALLISTIC CAM CESIGN
ECT OF A COU~TER-MEASURE NOSE CONE
LONG RANGE BALLISTIC MISSILE TRAJECTORIES PREOICTION AND THE EFF
ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE RE-ENTRY OF A BALLISTIC MISSILE WARHEAD AND ~ULTIPLE DECOYS
COMPUTER FOR EARLY FLIGHT IMPACT POINT PREDICTION OF BALLISTIC MISSILES
A SMALL TRANSISTORIZED ANALOG
INSTALLATION
OPERATION OF THE BALLISTIC RESEARCH LABORATORIES CIGITAL COMPUTER
AN APPLICATION TO BALLISTICS
TO CANADIAN 8~SINESS FORECASTING
CRYSTAL 8ALLS OR MAGNETIC CORES, THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS
NANOSECOND LOGIC 8Y AMPLITUDE MODULATION AT X 8AND
DEPENDENCE OF
SPEECH QUALITY ON TRANSMITTED INFORMATION RATE IN A 8AND COMPRESSION SYSTE~
THE CYCLE SPLITTER, A WIDE-8ANO PRECISION FREQUENCY MULTIPLIER
A WIDE-BAND SQUARE-LAW COMPUTING AMPLIFIER
A WHITE NOISE GENERATOR FOR THE 8AND 0-20 CPS
RTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS I, 8ANDWIOTH LIMITATIONS
AN ANALYSIS OF CE
IATION OF THE ADJOINT SYS
TEM OF OIFFERE~TIAL EQUATIONS IN THE SOLUTION OF THE BANG-8ANG CONTROL PROBLEM
A BANK AOOPTS AUTO~ATlC DATA PROCESSING
TELEFILE, A CASE STUOY OF AN ONLINE SAVINGS 8ANK APPLICATION
CHARACTER READER FOR BANK OATA PROCESSOR
ELECTRONICS IN BANKING
USE OF A C(MPUTER IN 8ANKING
SYMPOSIUM ON ELECTRONIC AIDS TO 8ANKING
AN INDUSTRY STUOY, BANKING
DATA PROCESSING IN BANKING AND OThER SERVICE INDUSTRIES
AN APPROACH TO A BANKING APPL IC.H ION
4tM-NCA SY~POSIUM ON 8ANKING AUTOMATION, ABSTRACTS
SOME
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN THE BANKING BUSINESS
99

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

AUT - BAN
WJCC59 143
LSU 56 154
AODC62 219
TCB2583 43
TCB2584 59
PLCI61
3
MTP 58 755
TCB2595 78
13
L SU 56
TCB4614 154
CAS 58
1
IFIP62 439
EJCC54
68
PLCI61 120
CAS 61
35
PACM61 12C2
PACM61 1285
EJCC60 211
SOS 62 283
CACM63D 699
FJCC62
27
JACM634 521
JACM623 345
84
EJCC57
WJCC60 285
CAS 55
41
75
EJCC57
IBMJ605460
E JCC5B 119
WJCC53 11't
TCJ3602 61
EJCC58
94
CAN 58 143
LSU 58 152
IEES56 278
PACM62 102
39
EJCC52
I EES56 331
lEES56 337
CAM849
87
MIPP61
~8
TC81573 88
ONR 51
50
11
EJCC54
AUS 60015.1
PGEC604 456
PGEC622 200
NCR 602 47
TCJ1581 11
ICIP59 265
ROME62
1
PGEC611 17
IF IP62 313
NCR 584 236
PACM56
16
J ACM581 89
EJCC59 101
PACH61 5Cl
PIRE611 313
HARV47
13
TC86634 128
TCJ6632 144
18MJ571 32
TCJ5634 297
TCJ5621 51
CACM610 435
ROME62
23
JACM624 477
TCJ5622 139
CACM61D 532
NCR 584 225
PGEC636 863
PGEC633 269
CAS 61
62
CATH63 168
CACM61N 513
AUS 60B'10.1
SJCC62 267
AUS 60CI0.3
ONR 53
14
FTT 53 216
CAN 58
15
PGEC5'l3 265
IFIP62 354
NCR 594 275
P GEC542 37
AUS 572 205
PGEC574 2~5
PACM62
50
TCJ3603 127
CACM6lD 708
SACI58
5
BCS 58 438
EOPS61 2:>8
TC85624 154
AUS 63 A.4
EJCC58
10
CAN 58 164
CACM630 699
CACM63D 713
99

BAN - BIB

TITLE WORD INDEX

A FIXEO-PROGRAM DATA PROCESSOR FOR BANKING OPERATIONS
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND THE AUTOMATION OF BANKING PROCEDURES
CHARACTER RECOGNITION ANO DOCUMENT HANDLING IN BANKS
DATA PROCESSING IN ENGLISH BANKS
ACCOUNT CLASSIFICATION AT AUTOMATING BANKS
TELLERTRON. A REAL-TIME UP
DATING AND TRANSACTION PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR SAVINGS BANKS
TRANSPORT COCE FOR THE IBM 709 AND 7090 SYSTEMS
BANZAI. A ONE-DIMENSIONAL MULTI ENERGY GROUP NEUTRON
THE
EFFECT OF AN ELECTRIC FIELD ON THE TRANSITIONS OF BARIUM TITANATE
DOMAIN ORIENTATION IN BARIUM TITANATE SINGLE CRYSTALS
SURFACE-BARRIER TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS
COMMUNICATION ACROSS LANGUAGE BARRIERS
COMPUTER CPERATIONS AT WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE
CHOOSING A NUMBER BASE
A
THREE-VALUED SYSTEM OF LOGIC AND ITS APPLICATION TO BASE THREE DIGITAL CIRCUITS
BASEBALL. AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION ANSWERER
BASEBALL. AN AUTOMATIC QUESTION-ANSWERER
THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN EMPIRICALLY BASED MATHEMATICALLY DERIVED CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
A STRING LANGUAGE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION BASED ON ALGOL 60
LOAD-SHARING CORE SWITCHES BASED ON BLOCK DESIGNS
AN ABSTRACT MACHINE BASED ON CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION PSYCHOLOGY
A MEASUREMENT OF ALERTNESS BASED ON ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
REALIZATION OF BOOLEAN POLYNOMIALS BASED ON INCIDENCE MATRICES
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL BASED ON LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS
AN ADDRESSLESS CODING SCHEME BASED ON MATHEMATICAL NOTATION
A PARAMETERISED COMPILER BASED ON MECHANISED LINGUISTICS
TOWARD A THEORY OF AUTOMATA BASED ON MORE REALISTIC PRIMITIVE ELEMENTS
THE
SIMULATION OF NEURAL ELEMENTS BY ELECTRICAL NETWORKS BASED ON MULTI-APERTURE MAGNETIC CORES
CORE ALLOCATION BASED ON PROBABILITY
LARGE FILES FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL BASED ON SIMULTANEOUS INTERROGATION OF ALL ITEMS
ENGLISH
MIRFAC. A COMPILER BASED ON STANDARD MATHEMATICAL NOTATION AND PLAIN
TEST ROUTINES BASED ON SYMBOLIC LOGICAL STATEMENTS
TEST ROUTINES BASED ON SYMBOLIC LOGICAL STATEMENTS
A DIGITAL CORRELATOR BASED ON THE RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM
SOME STORAGE CIRCUITS BASED ON VALVES
BASIC ASPECTS OF SPECIAL COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS
THEORY
GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT. THE BASIC BUILDING BLOCK OF AN EXTENOEO DECOMPOSITION
COMPUTERS IN BASIC BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
COMPONENTS AND BASIC CIRCUITS
A BASIC COMPILER FOR ARITHMETIC EXPRESSIONS
DESIGN OF A BASIC COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
PROCESSING SYSTEM
SOME BASIC CONSIOERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF THE WRE DATA
BASIC ELEMENTS OF COBOL 61
BASIC NOMENCLATURE AND DEFINITIONS IN AUTOMATIC
DIGITAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING
BASIC OPERATIONS IN AN UNNORMAlIlED ARITHMETIC SYSTEM
SOME PROBLEMS OF BASIC ORGANIZATION IN PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAMS
SOME PROBLEMS OF BASIC ORGANIZATION IN PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAMS
THE BASIC PHILOSOPHY CONCEPTS. ANO FEATURES OF ALGOL
ANALYSIS OF A BASIC QUEUING PROBLEM ARISING IN COMPUTER SYSTEMS
OOCUMENTATION
IMPLICATIONS OF BASIC RESEARCH IN INFORMATION SCIENCES TO MACHINE
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN THE APPLICATION OF BASIC SCIENTIFIC REASONING TO MEDICINE
THE BASIC SIDE OF TAPE LABELLING
THE ANALYSIS OF SURVEYS. PROCESSING ANO PRINTING THE BASIC TABLES
AND THEIR PROCESSORS
SOME BASIC TERMINOLOGY CONNECTED WITH MECHANICAL LANGUAGES
THE BASIC TYPES OF INFORMATION TASKS ANO SOME METHODS OF
THE I R SOLUTI ON
MATHE~ATICS LABORATORY OF THE DAVID W. TAYLOR MOOEL BASIN
THE APPLIED
INTERCOMMUNICATING CELLS. BASIS FOR A DISTRIBUTEO LOGIC COMPUTER
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF COMPUTATION
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF COMPUTATION
A DECISION MATRIX AS THE BASIS FOR A SIMPLE DATA INPUT ROUTINE
PROGRAMMED INTERPRETATION OF TEXT AS A BASIS FOR INFORMATION-RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS
EQUATIONS
A BASIS FOR THE MECHANIZATION OF THE THEORY OF
USE OF A REMOTE DIGITAL COMPUTER ON AN OPEN-SHOP BASIS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
INFERENTIAL MEMORY AS THE BASIS OF MACHINES WHICH UNDERSTAND NATURAL LANGUAGE
COBOL BATCHING PROBLEMS
SIMULATION OF FULL-SCALE MULTI-STAGE BATCHWISE CHEMICAL PLANT
ON BATEMAN'S METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR I~TEGRAL
EQUATIONS
MULTIWEAPON AUTOMATIC TARGET AND BATTERY EVALUATOR
A SYNTACTIC DESCRIPTION OF BC NELIAC
HIGH-FIELO SUPERCONDUCTIVITY IN SOME BCC TI-MO AND NB-ZR ALLOYS
RAKE. A HIGH SPEED BINARY-BDC AND BCD BINARY BUFFER
REPORT ON THE BCS FIRST CONFERENCE
CORRESPONDING STATES
SOLUTIONS OF THE BCS INTEGRAL EQUATION AND DEVIATIONS FROM THE LAW OF
WHAT COMPUTERS SHOULD BE DOING
MAGNETIC RECORDING WITH AN ELECTRON BEAM
OPERATIONAL ANALOG SIMULATION OF THE VIBRATION OF A BEAM AND A RECTANGULAR MULTICELLULAR STRUCTURE
AUTOMATIC BEAM CURRENT STABILIZATION FOR WILLIAMS TUBE MEMORIES
OUTPUT DeVICES UTILIZING THE CHARACTRON SHAPED BEAM TUBE
HIGH SPEED COMPUTER
MICROELECTRONICS USING ELECTRON-BEAM-ACTIVATED MACHINING TECHNIQUES
A CilMPARISDN OF
HIGHER-ORDER DIFFERENCE ~ETHODS IN THE SOLUTION OF BEAM-VIBRATION PROBLEMS
NOMINAL CLEARANCE OF THE FOIL BEARING
THE LIGHTLY LOADED FOIL BEARING AT ZERO ANGLE OF WRAP
STUDY PART I. SOME THEORETICAL ANALYSES OF SLIDER BEARINGS
A GAS FILM LUBRICATION
IONS OF THE OYNAjillC BEHAVIOR OF PLANE PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS
ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL CALCULAT
III. EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS
A GAS FILM LUBRICATION STUDY PART
SOLUTION OF THE REYNOLDS EQUATION FOR FINITE SLIDER BEARINGS
IFILM LUBRICATION STUDY PART II. NUMERICAL
AIR-LUBRICATED SLIDER BEARINGS FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING SPACING CONTROL
ACCOUNTING FOR FARMERS. SUGAR BEET PRODUCTION
VISUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN THE BEETLE LIXUS
THE STUDY OF INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR
THE SIMULATION OF VERBAL LEARNING BEHAVIOR
SYNTHEX. TOWARD COMPUTER SYNTHESIS OF HUMAN LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR
MAJORITY LOGIC AND PROBLEMS OF PROBABILISTIC BEHAVIOR
THE SIMULATION OF VERBAL LEARNING BEHAVIOR
A COMPUTER MODEL OF ELEMENTARY SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
NETS
A THEORY AND SIMULATION OF RHYTHMIC BEHAVIOR DUE TO RECIPROCAL INHIBITION IN SMALL NERVE
INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR IN PROBLEM-SOLVING MACHINES
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
OGICAL EXPERIMENTS
SOME SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE BEHAVIOR OF A NEURAL NETWORK MODEL AND ELECTROPHYSIOl
EFFECTS OF ELECTRON CON
CENTRATION AND MEAN FREE PATH ON THE SUPERCONDUCTING BEHAVIOR OF ALLOYS
100

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

AUT - BEH
WJCC56
99
CAS 5B
I
TCJ4612 157
45
I FIP62
CACM63D 701
NCR 624 101
PACM62
96
IBMJ574 318
IBMJ571
2
NCR 554 139
WJCC59 286
LSU 56
43
PCS 62
42
ICIP59 407
CATH63 207
WJCC61 219
SJCC62 279
CACM621 54
PGEC623 346
SJCC62
53
PACM61 13Cl
EJCC59 120
JACM624 512
AUS 571 121
ARAP634 125
IFIP62 379
P IRE611 49
CACM61D 454
LCMT61
63
CACM639 545
PACM58
64
JACM591 33
PGEC611 63
I EES56 313
HARV49 115
JACM634 562
EJCC55
12
HACC59
14
CACM611
3
WJCC57 110
AUS 572 201
CACM625 237
CENG59 170
PGEC636 896
SOS 62 393
ICC 632 99
ROME62 3a5
IBjIIJ612 132
MIPP61 331
HARI/61 110
CACM602 85
TCJ4611 20
CACM618 336
ICSI582 823
CACM619 372
FJCC62 130
CPFS61
33
WJCC61 225
CACM62D 599
WJCC59
60
CPFS61
95
TCJ6632 llB
CATH63 217
CACM625 278
TCJ3603 150
JACM573 314
EJCC57
71
CACM637 367
IBMJ621 119
WCR 574 267
TCB3593 37
IBMJ621 H
MCF 61 291
LCMT61 135
PGEC593 381
PGEC534
8
SACI58
51
UC 612 137
PGEC621
9
I BMJ632 153
I BMJ632 112
I BMJ593 237
IBMJ634 303
IBMJ593 260
I BMJ593 256
LCMT61 341
BCS 58 410
OPI 62 124
HARV61
7
WJCC61 121
CA8S62 360
SOS 62 243
CATH63 297
CATH63 375
SJCC62 171
I BMJ584 336
WJCC61 133
CATH63 329
SOS 62 535
IBMJ621 68
100

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FILMS
ANALYSIS OF STATIC AND QUASIDYNAMIC
ANALYSIS ANO NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC
ENERGY
THE MAGNETIC
ASYMPTOTIC
SYMPOSIUM, THE DESIGN OF MACHINES TO SIMULATE THE
ES IN CRITICAL TEMPERATURE PRDDUCEI
HIGH-FREQUENCY

BEHAVIOR OF MAGNETOSTATICALLY COUPLED THIN MAGNETIC
IBMJ624 419
BEHAVIOR OF PLANE PIVOTED SLIDER BEARINGS
IBMJ634 303
BEHAVIOR OF SUPERCONDUCTORS OF NEGATIVE SURFACE
IBMJ621 63
BEHAVIOR OF THE BEST POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATION
JACM614 645
BEHAVIOR OF THE HUMAN BRAIN
PGEC564 240
BEHAVIOR OF VERY THIN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS AND CHANG ONR 60 153
BEHAVIOR THEORY AND THE AUTOMATION OF INSTRUCTION
PLCI61 120
COMPUTATION, BEHAVIOR, AND STRUCTURE IN FIXED AND GROWING AUTOMATA SOS 59 2B2
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, PART I AND PART II
CABS62
1
THE EFFECT OF NON-LINEARITY ON THE STATISTICAL BEHAVIOUR OF FEEDBACK SYSTEMS
AUS 572 220
NON-LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL SYSTEM
BEHAVIOUR OF SUBHARMONICS OF EVEN ORDER ARISING IN A AUS 63 C.15
EXAMPLES OF NUMERICAL METHODS AND THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND THEM
SOME IFIP62
17
HUMAN BEINGS AS COMPUTERS, BIOLOGICAL COMPUTERS
PGEC573 190
HARV49
20
THE BELL COMPUTER, MODEL VI
A REVIEW OF THE BELL LABORATORIES' DIGITAL COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS
EJCC51 101
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BELL SYSTEM'S FIRST ELECTRONIC SWITCHING OFFICE
EJCC57 204
BELL TELEPHONE LABORATORIES RELAY COMPUTING SYSTEM
HARV47
41
A METHOD OF DETERMINING PLATE BENDING BY USE OF A PUNCHED-CARD MACHINE
JACM543 105
THE BENDING OF RECTANGULAR PLATES WITH OPPOSITE EDGES
PACM59
67
THE DESIGN OF THE BENDIX DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
PIRE530 1352
LINEAR PROGRAMMING ON THE BENDIX G-15 COMPUTER
CAS 59
73
AUS 60013.2
THE BENDIX G-15 COMPUTER
THE BENDIX G-15 GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
PWCS54
87
THE BENDIX G-15D, GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEM LSU 58 16B
THE ALGEBRAIC COMPILERS FOR BENDIX G-20 COMPUTING SYSTEM
ROME62 449
THE PROPERTIES OF THE BENDIX G-20 EXECUTIVE PROGRAM SYSTEM
CAN 60 338
BENDIX G-20 SYSTEM
CACM605 325
BY A CHARACTER, PRINTED IN MAGNETIC INK, IN PASSING BENEATH A MAGNETIC READING HEAD
IWAVEFORM GENERATED PGEC584 277
THE CO~PUTER IN EDUCATION, MALEFACTOR OR BENEFACTOR
FJCC63 619
SOCIAL SERVICES BENEFITS, PAY~ENTS BY PUNCHED CARDS
AUS 60 A2.1
THE BENSON-LEHNER PHOTOFOR~ER
PECS52
15
OF THE ELECTRO-OPTICAL BIREFRINGENCE OF POLYDISPERSE BENTONITE SUSPENSIONS
INVESTIGATIONS IBMJ631 44
ON MODERN MATRIX ITERATION PROCESSES OF BERNOULLI AND GRAEF FE TYPE
JACM583 246
RATIVE METHODS OF LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH CONVERGENCE OF BERNOULLI'S AND OF GRAEFFE'S TYPE IGERMAN)
ITE ECIP55 171
II
ON BERNOULLI'S METHOD FOR SOLVING ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS,
PACM56
6
OPERATION WITH BESK (GERMAN)
ECIP55
62
OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN HYDRODYNAMICS WITH BESK IGERMAN)
NUMERICAL SOLUTION ECIP55 186
THE POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM OF BESM
CENG59
1
MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES CARRIED OUT ON THE BESM
AN EXPERIMENT ON THE IEES56 463
COMPUTER OF THE U.S.S.R. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CBESM)
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC IEES56 280
THE USSR ACACEMY OF SCIENCES (GERMAN)
BESM, THE HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER OF
ECIP55
76
NOTE ON EMPIRICAL BOUNDS FOR GENERATING BESSEL FUNCTIONS
CACM585
3
RECURRENCE TECHNIQUES FOR THE CALCULATION OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS
PACM59
66
EVALUATION OF INTEGRALS INVOLVING COMBINATIONS OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS AND CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS
JACM582 119
GENERATION OF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIOhS IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS
PACM58
51
GENERATION OF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIONS IN DIGITAL COMPUTERS
JACM593 366
ARGUMENT
BESSEL FUNCTIONS OF INTEGRAL ORDER AND COMPLEX
CACM614 169
ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINED ON A PACM58
23
ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE POLYNOMIAL OF BEST MINIMAX APPROXIMATION TO A FUNCTION DEFINED ON A JACM593 395
JACM594 506
A ~ETHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE NTH BEST PATH PROBLEM
ASYMPTOTIC BEHAVIOR OF THE BEST POLYNOMIAL APPROXIMATION
JACM614 645
THE 8EST WAY TO DESIGN AN AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINE
MANC51
16
NED SYSTEM OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
ON THE '8EST' AND 'LEAST QTH' APPROXIMATION OF AN DVERDETERMI JACM573 341
POwERS
ON THE METHOD OF MINIMUM COR 'BEST') APPROXIMATION AND THE METHOD OF LEAST NTH
PACM56
5
ON THE COMPUTATION OF A CERTAIN TYPE OF INCOMPLETE BETA FUNCTIONS
CACM63N 689
ON LEARNING TO 00 BETTER
CAN 58
1
INTRODUCTION
TOWARD 8ETTER DOCUMENTATION OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES.
CACM633 76
TOWARD BETTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
PACM62
42
N TO PRODUCE A SELF ORGANIZING SYSTEMI
INTERACTION BETWEEN A GROUP OF SUBJECTS AND AN ADAPTIVE AUTOMATIO 50S 62 283
SURFACE ENERGY EFFECTS AT THE 80UNOARY BETWEEN A SUPERCONDUCTOR AND A NORMAL CONDUCTOR
18MJ621 71
TITIONED PDLYNCMIALS, AN APPROACH TOWARO EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN ACCURACY AND SPEED IN PRIMARY MATHEMATICAL FU PACM62
60
TRANSLATION BETWEEN ALGEBRAIC CODING LANGUAGES
PACM58
29
SYMPOSIUM ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANALOG ANO DIGITAL COMPUTATION CFRENCH)
ICIP59 487
CONVERSION BETWEEN ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL MEASURES
TCJ36Dl 51
AUS 63 C.22
A TENTATIVE COMPARISON BETWEEN ANIMAL AND MACHINE MEMORIES
CONVERSION BETWEEN BINARY ANO DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS
MSEE463 25
CATALOGUE
THE RELATION 8ETWEEN COMPLETENESS ANO EFFECTIVENESS OF A SUBJECT
ICSI581 377
COMMUNICATION 8ETWEEN COMPUTERS
WJCC58 216
INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN COMPUTERS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
DIP 62 212
ROME62 791
A LANGUAGE DESIGNED FOR COMMUNICATION BETWEEN COMPUTERS OF DIFFERENT TYPES
TRANSFER BETWEEN EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL MEMORY
HARV47 267
CONVERSION BETWEEN FLDATlhG POINT REPRESENTATIONS
CACM606 352
TEACHING METHODS
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FUTURE COMPUTER DEVELOPMENTS AND AUTOMATED
PLCI6l 281
TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES, A COMPARISON BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE TRANSLATION
MTP 58 279
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS
ROME62 191
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS
CACM627 316
COOPERATION BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
CTPC54
79
BUFFERING BETWEEN INPUT-OUTPUT AND THE COMPUTER
EJCC52
22
THE ANALOGY BETWEEN MECHANICAL TRANSLATION AND LIBRARY RETRIEVAL ICSI582 911
TRANSFER FACILITIES BETWEEN MEMORIES OF DIFFERENT TYPES
ECIP55 118
COMPUTER
COMPUTATION OF E TO THE N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC
IBMJ572 110
COMPUTER
COMPUTATION OF ARCTAN N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC
IBMJ581 43
DATA COMMUNICATION 8ETWEEN REMOTE MACHINES
CAS 60 141
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN REMOTELY LOCATED DIGITAL COMPUTERS
EJCC57 194
ECTROPHYSIOLCGICAL EXPERIMENTS
SOME SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE BEHAVIOR OF A NEURAL NETWORK MODEL AND EL SOS 62 535
AL INSTITUTIONS FOR MATHEMATICAL RESEI
COOPERATION BETWEEN THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION AND EDUCATION CTPC54
Bl
A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE POLYPHASE AND OSCILLATING SORT TECHNIQUES CACM635 223
AL NETWORK THEORY
SOME RELATIONS 8ETWEEN THE THEORY OF CONTACT NETWORKS AND CONVENTION HARV572
2
COMPUTATION OF ARCSIN N FOR N BETWEEN 0 AND 1 USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
IBMJ583 218
THE MULTIPURPOSE BIAS DEVICE PART II, THE EFFICIENCY OF LOGICAL
18MJ591 46
THE MULTIPURPOSE BIAS DEVICE, PART 1, THE COMMUTATOR TRANSISTOR
IBMJ512 116
BIAS-CONTROLLED TUNNEL-PAIR LOGIC CIRCUITS
PGEC626 773
THE MECHANISM OF AC BIASED MAGNETIC RECORDING
NCR 612 69
81AX HIGH SPEED- MAGNETIC COMPUTER ELEMENT
WCR 594 40
THE BIAX, A NEW MULTIPURPOSE COMPUTER ELEMENT
PACM59
46
ASSOCIATIVE DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL TECHNIQUES USING BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
JACM634 440
COST ANALYSIS OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES OR 81BLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES
ICSI581 381
A BI8LIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF ALL-MAGNETIC LOGIC SCHEMES PGEC612 203
A NEW COORDINATE INDEXING METHOD FOR BOUND BOOK FORM BIBLIOGRAPHIES
TABLEDEX, ICSI5B2 1221
COST ANALYSIS OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES OR 81BLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES
ICSI5B1 3Bl
101

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

WI

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
AUS 51 Z09
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ONR 51 10Z·
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ONR 5. 150
LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN, A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC58Z 155
CORRECTION TO LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN, A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC583 Z50
AUTOMA1IC PROGRAMMING, A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY
ARAP591 Z91
LOGICAL MACHINE DESIGN II, A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC593 361
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
MCF 61 3Z1
THE .SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC613 "Z
SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES, II, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
THE PGEC6Z. 53'
PPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, BIBLIOGRAPHY
BID NEWS LETTER NO.1. COMPUTER A CACM63. 116
MATERIALS
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DIGITAL MAGNETIC CIRCUITS AND
PGEC59Z 1.8
MACHINES
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON AUTOMATIC DIGITAL CALCULATING
CAMB.9 13.
AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NOR AND NAND LOGIC
PGEC635 .6Z
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
JACM56Z 85
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON REDUNDANCY TECHNIQUES
RTCS62 389
ALGEBRA
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SWITCHING CIRCUITS AND LOGICAL
PGEC61. 638
ENCE
A SELECTED DESCRIPTOR-INDEXED BIBLIOGRAPHY TO THE LITERATURE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIG CATH63 .53
BIBLIOGRAPHY, SORTING
CACMU5 ZBO
AND USAGE OF A LANGUAGE fOR CONTRACT BRIDGE BlODING
ON THE IMPLEMENTATION ROME62 1~1
CONVERTER
BIOEC, A BINARY-TO-DECIMAL OR DECIMAL-TD-BINARY
PGEC5B. 313
THE LOGIC OF BIDIRECTIONAL BINARY COUNTERS
PGEC'11
1
ONAL RESULTS ON 'TWD-LINE' ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE BIHARMONIC DIFFERENCE EQUATION
SOME COMPUTATI JACM613 359
AN ALTERNATING DIRECTION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE BIHARMONIC EQUATIONS
PACM58
5
A NOVEL FINITE-DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATION TO THE BIHARMONIC OPERATOR
TCJ6632 111
FORMAL ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF BILATERAL SWITCHING NETWORKS
PGEC583 231
BILATERAL SWITCHING USING NONSYMMETRIC ELEMENTS
PGEC611.2
PUBLIC UTILITY CUSTOMER BILLING
HACC59 8-11
NT
LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM BILLING AND COMBINED OPERATIONS BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPME JACM5.1
1
A NEW METHOD FOR THE PAYMENT OF BILLS AND THE TRANSFER OF CREDIT
JACM602 1.0
REQUIREMENTS GENERATION, EXPLOSIONS, AND BILLS OF MATERIAL
IBSJ633 268
TRANSISTOR MAGNETIC CORE BILOGICAL ELEMEN1
WJCC58 1••
81MAG CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS
NCR 55. 10
HANDLING MACHINES
MAGNETIC BINARIES IN THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF INFORMATION
PACM52P 223
TUNNEL-DIODE FULL BINARY ADDER
PGEC6Z2 Z13
A FULL BINARY ADDER EMPLOYING TWO NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE DIODES IBMJ583 223
AN EVALUATION OF SEVERAL TWO-SUMMAND BINARY ADDERS
PGEC602 213
THE DETER"INATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION
PGEC601 35
TO THE OETE~INATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION
CORRECTION PGEC602 261
CONVERSION BETWEEN BINARY AND DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS
MSEE.63 25
COMPUTER WITH AN EXTRACT COMMAND
BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL
CACM5B5 lZ
OMPUTER WITH AN EXTRACT COMMAND'
CORRECTION TO 'BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL C CACM'88
6
BINARY ARITHMETIC
AIC 601 23Z
IN A SERIAL COMPUTER
BINARY ARITHMETIC FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH PACM58
25
IN A SERIAL COMPUTER
BINARY ARITHMETIC FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH CACM59. 13
SKIP TECHNIQUES FDR HIGH-SPEED CARRY-PROPAGATION IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS
PGEC61. 691
OMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROPAGATION SPEED-UP CIRCUITS IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS
A C IFIP62 611
ODD BINARY ASYNCHRONOUS COUNTERS
PGEC561 12
CHARACTERIZING EXPERIMENTS FOR FINITE-MEMORY BINARY AUTOMATA
PGEC60• •69
RAKE, A HIGH SPEED BINARY-BDC AND BCD BINARY BUFFER
WCR 51. 261
INPUT SCALING AND OUTPUT SCALING FOR A BINARY CALCULATOR
PACM52T 21
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
WJCC61 133
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
CATH63 329
FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS USING A MODIFIED REFLECTED BINARY COOE
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS PGEC59 ••• 9
ERROR DETECTING AND CORRECTING BINARY CODES FOR ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
PGEC603 333
ZEBRA, A SIMPLE BINARY COMPUTER
ICIP59 361
CACM605 322
A TECHNIQUE FOR COUNTING ONES IN A BINARY COMPUTER
THE USE OF A BINARY COMPUTER FOR DATA PROCESSING
EJCC60 1.9
HIGH-SPEED ARITHMETIC IN BINARY COMPUTERS
PIRE611 61
REPRESENTATION OF TEXT STRINGS IN BINARY COMPUTERS
BIT 631 52
DESIGN LOGIC
OCTAL DIAGRAMS OF BINARY CONCEPTION AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO COMPUTER CACM599 28
FLOATING POINT DECIMAL-BINARY CONVERSION eGERMANI
ECIP55 120
DECIMAL FRACTION
BINARY CONVERSION, WITH FIXED DECIMAL PRECISION, OF A CACM591 21
DECIMAL-BINARY CONVERSIONS IN CORDIC
PGEC593 335
THE LOGICAL PRINCIPLES OF A NEW KIND OF BINARY COUNTER
PIRE530 1.29
AN EMITTER-FOLLOWER-COUPLED, HIGH-SPEED BINARY COUNTER
WCR 58. 5.
A PROGRAMMED BINARY COUNTER FOR THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATOR
CACM581 11
DYNAMIC BINARY COUNTER WITH ANALOG READ-OUT
NCR 531 13
SOME NOTES ON LOGICAL BINARY COUNTERS
PGEC552 61
THE LOGIC OF BIDIRECTIONAL BINARY COUNTERS
PGEC511
1
SOME PROPERTIES OF BINARY COUNTERS WITH FEEDBACK
PGEC61. 699
CASCADED BINARY COUNTERS WITH FEEDBACK
PGEC63. 361
PERMANENT AND SEMI-PERMANENT STORAGE FACILITIES FOR BINARY DIGITAL COMPUTERS
CAMB.9
71
TC-ANALC.GUE CONVERTOR FOR NUMBERS HAVING ELEVEN BINARY DIGITS
A RAPID OIGITAL- IEES56 .21
REDUCING COMPUTING TIME FOR SYNCHRONOUS BINARY DIVISION
PGEC612 169
AN ALGORITHM FOR RAPID BINARY DIVISION
PGEC61. 662
TO REDUCING COMPUTING TIME FOR SYNCHRONOUS BINARY DIVISION
CORRECTION PGEC613 .61
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN BINARY DIVISION ALGORITHMS
PIRE611 91
QUOTIENTS
A CLASS OF BINARY OIVISIONS YielDING MINIMALLY REPRESENTED
PGEC626 161
DESCRIPTION OF SERIAL ACOUSTIC BINARY EOVAC
MSEE.6. .7
COUNTING WITH NONLINEAR BINARY FEEDBACK SHIFT REGISTERS
PGEC63. 351
TCJ15B2 B~
A BINARY FORM OF HORNER'S METHOD
TWO-COLLECTOR TRANSISTOR FOR BINARY FULL ADDITION
.
IBMJ573 21Z
CIRCUIT REALIZATION OF BINARY FUNCTIONS USING THRESHOLD DEVICES
PACM56
35
COMPUTER MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION USING BINARY LOGARITHMS
PGEC62. 512
A GENERALIZED ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE PROGRAM UTILIZING BINARY LOGIC
PACM59
78
A MULTI-INPUT ANALOGUE ADDER FOR USE IN A FAST BINARY MULTIPLIER
IEES56 515
FAST HIGH-ACCURACY BINARY PARALLEL ADDITION
PGEC60 • •65
TWO'S COMPLEMENT MULTIPLICATION IN BINARY PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTERS
PGEC553 118
NUMBERS IN DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES WITH A FIXED BINARY POINT
THE CONTROL OF MAGNITUDES OF CAMB.9
50
ONS
A SI~PLE DESK-CALCULATOR METHOD FOR CHECKING BINARY RESULTS OF DIGITAL-COMPUTER ARITHMETIC OPERATI JACM553 205
SYNTHESIS OF BINARY RING COUNTERS OF GIVEN PERIODS
JACM603 2B7
A VARIABLE BINARY SCALER
PGEC552 10
AN ALGEBRA FOR PERIODICALLY TIME-VARYING LINEAR BINARY SEQUENCE TRANSDUCERS
HARV511 189
NON-BINARY SWITCHING THEORY
NCR 58. 305
A SELF-ORGANIZING BINARY SYSTEM
EJCC59 212
PPLICATIONS OF REDUNDANCY TO IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF BINARY SYSTEMS
A PACM62 11B
RAKE, A HIGH SPEED BINARY-BDC AND BCD BINARY BUFFER
WCR 57. 267
VARIABLE-WIDTH TABLES WITH BINARY-SEARCH FACILITY
CACM582
1
ON A WIRED-IN BINARY-TO-DECI~AL CONVERSION SCHEME
CACM623 159
102

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 19.6-1963

102

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TITLE WORD INDEX

BIB - BOO

MULTIPLE-PRECISION
BIDEC, A
A
TOWARDS THE AUTOMATION OF
CUMULATIVE
INE AND THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, BIBLIDGRAPHY
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF
KINETICS
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF
EQUATIONS
ITiON
SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF
SYMPOSIUM ON
HUMAN BEINGS AS COMPUTERS,
THE CDMPLEXITY OF
THE AUTOMATIC DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF
TATISTICS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO AGRICULTURAL AND
RAPID PROCESSING OF
CE OF ANALYTICAL AND CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ANY GROWING
TER NO.1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE AND THE
SIMULATION OF A
THE RELIA81LITY OF
OF PERIPHERAL PUBLICATIONS IN THE DOCUMENTATION OF
OF SO~E SELF-ADJUSTING SYSTEMS IN ENGINEERING AND
RESPONSIBIlITIES FOR SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION IN
M
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS AT THE FRONTIERS OF
ADVANCES IN
INVESTIGATIONS OF THE ELECTRO-OPTICAL
CALCULATING MACHINES AT THE
SIZE EFFECTS FOR CONDUCTION IN THIN
A DIRECT READ-OUT
ORMAL REGION IN A THIN SUPERCONDUCTI
A NEW TYPE OF
MEMORY MATRIX USING FERROELECTRIC CONDENSERS AS
CATIONS TO TUNNEL DIODE CIRCUITS
MAGNETIC SHIFT REGISTER USING ONE CORE PER
HIGH-SPEED SHIFT REGISTERS USING ONE CORE PER
ONE LOST
MULTIPLE-INPUT ANALOG-To-DIGITAL CONVERTER WITH 12
COMPUTING
SIGNAL-PROCESSING FOR INCREASED

BINARY-TD-DECIMAL INTEGER CONVERSION USING ONLY ADO IT CACM638 439
BINARY-TO-DECIMAL OR DECIMAL-TO-BINARY CONVERTER
PGEC58" 313
I BMJ514 356
BINARY-WEIGHTED CURRENT DECODER
IFIP62 4)9
BINOCULAR DEPTH PERCEPTION
BINOMIAL PROBABILITIES
JACM623 "05
BIO NEWS LETTER NO.1. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MEDIC CACM634 116
CACM61D 559
BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, I, REPRESENTATION OF CHEMICAL
CACM621 63
BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, 11, SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL
BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, III, ANALYSIS AND PATTERN RECOGN CACM622 115
BIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF
IFIP62 411
PGEC513 190
BIOLOGICAL COMPUTERS
PGEC513 192
BIOLDGICAL COMPUTERS
AUS 511 118
BIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS
BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
IH SPEED COMPUTERS ON APPLIED S AUS 60B11.1
BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH DATA
LSU 56 22"
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND THE SERVICE THEY MAY RENDER TO ICSI581 511
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, BIBLIOGRAPHY
BIO NEWS LET CACM63" 116
PGEC621 11
BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
SOS 59 262
BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS
BIOLOGY
THE IMPORTANCE ICSI5Bl 429
BIOLOGY
ANALYSIS OF THE WORKING PRINCIPLES lCIP59 298
BIOLOGY. PROPOSAL FOR FINANCING A COMPREHENSIVE SYSTE ICSI582 1417
FJCC63 603
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
CABS62 490
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE AND DIAGNOSIS
18MJ631 44
BIREFRINGENCE OF POLYDISPERSE BENTONITE SUSPENSIONS
BIRKBECK COLLEGE COMPUTATION LABORATORY
FTT 53 110
1 BMJ602 158
BISMUTH CRYSTALS
WJCC5B 134
BISTABLE CIRCUIT AND SOME APPLICATIONS OF IT
BISTABLE ELEMENT INVOLVING THERMAL PROPAGATION OF A N ONR 60 U3
JACM553 169
BISTABLE ELEMENTS
BISTABLE SYSTEMS OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLI I BMJ613 226
NCR 531 38
BIT
PGEC563 114
BIT
CACM626 343
BIT
NCR 59" 259
BIT ACCURACY AND FAST. NON-SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING
PIRE530 1223
BIT BY BIT OR DIGITAL COMPUTERS MADE EASY
NCR 634
2
BIT DENSITIES IN DIGITAL MAGNETIC RECORDING
PGEC554 136
BIT STORAGE VIA ELECTRO-OPTICAL FEEDBACK
PGEC59"
465
ELECTROOEPOSITED TWISTOR AND BIT WIRE COMPONENTS
CACM63N 619
OPTIMIZING BIT-TIME COMPUTER SIMULATION
lCIP59 315
PROCESSING DATA IN BITS AND PI ECE S
PGEC592 118
PROCESSING DATA IN BITS AND PIECES
1"
S AND ECONOMIC CONSIOERATI
A MEMORY OF 314 MILLION BITS CAPACITY ~ITH FAST AND DIRECT ACCESS. ITS SYSTEM WJCC59
BITTEBITTEHAHA
TCB4603 B"
CACM613
146
BITWISE OPERATIONS
WJCC56 133
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
WJCC56 131
PROGRAMMING THE VARIABLE-ITEM-LENGTH RCA B'4MAC COMPUTER
NCR 564 81
LOGIC DESIGN OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
LSU 51 112
VARIABLE WORD LENGTH TAPE OPERATIONS IN THE NEW BIZMAC 11 COMPUTER
!>1
BIZMAC II COMPUTER. CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS NEWC51
WJCC56 119
PURPOSE AND APPLICATION OF THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
WJCC56 124
FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF DATA IN THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
NCR 56" 88
INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES OF THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
WJCC51 202
ACCURACY CONTROL IN THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM
WCR 5110 105
INTERROGATION IN THE BIZMAC SYSTEM
WJCC56 126
THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM CENTRAL
WCR 514 293
THE BIZMAC TRANCODER
THE 8KS SYSTEM FOR THE PHILCO-2000
CACM612 10"
SOS 59 205
BLIND VARIATION AND SELECTIVE SURVIVAL AS A GENERAL
STRATEGY IN KNOWLEDGE-PROCESSES
B
EVALUATION OF AUTOMATIC RADAR DATA PI
A LIBRARY OF BLIP SAMPLES FOR USE IN THE REALISTIC SIMULATION AND WCR 584
WJCC57 110
DESIGN OF A BASIC COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
APPLICATION OF THE NCR 304 DATA PROCE NCR 59" 20"
SSOR TO THE SYNTHESIS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
PGEC623 346
LOAD-SHARING CORE SWITCHES BASED ON BLOCK DESIGNS
CACM604 236
A CONTROL SYSTEM FOR LOGICAL BLOCK DIAGNOSIS WITH DATA LOADING
WJCC58 111
BLOCK DIAGRAMS IN LOGIC DESIGN
JACM592 236
A METHOD OF NORMALIZED BLOCK ITERATION
JACM634
562
GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT. THE BASIC BUILDING BLOCK OF AN EXTENDED DECOMPOSITION THEORY
CHBK62
1
ANALOG COMPUTERS. INTRODUCTION AND BLOCK-OIAGRAM NOTATION
CACM61D 555
PROCESSING MAGNETIC TAPE FILES WITH VARIABLE BLOCKS
ROME62
l'il
CO'MUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS
NCR 62,.
,.
NCR 315 CURRENT MODE DIODE LOGIC BUILDING BLOCKS
CACM621 316
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED 8LOCKS
CAS
59
100
A QUASI-SIMPLEX METHOD FOR
DESIGNING SUBOPTIMUM PACKAGES OF ELECTRONIC BUILDING BLOCKS
COMMENTS CACM611 65
ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RECURSIVE PROCEDURES AND BLOCKS IN ALGOL 60
AUS 63 C.8
ENCAPSULATED LOGIC BLOCKS. THE A.W.A. 'DATABLOC' SYSTEM
EJCC60
83
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM OF THE BMEWS CHECKOUT DATA PROCESSOR
CAN 62
~9
SCIENTIFIC COMPUTATION WITHIN THE DEFENCE RESEARCH BOARD
CAN 58 370
EXPERIENCE OF THE DEFENCE RESEARCH BOARD OF CANADA IN MAIL ORDER COMPUTER SERVICE
CACM628 423
CONFERENCE BOARD OF THE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
ICSI582 1503
COOPERA TlON
THE ICSU ABSTRACTING BOARD. THE STORY OF A VENTURE IN INTERNATIONAL
IBMJ605 ,.79
MAXIMAL PATHS ON RECTANGULAR BOARDS
WJCC60 165
ANALOG COMPUTER TECHNIQUES FOR PLOTTING BODE AND NYQUIST DIAGRAMS
IMETHOD 0 PACM59
!>6
F SPHERICAL HARMONICS AS APPLIED TO THE ONE-VELOCITY BOLTZMANN EQUATION IN INFINITE CYLINDERS
PGEC591 36
A NON-REAL-liME SIMULATION OF SAGE TRACKING AND BOMARC GUIDANCE
ONR 60 186
FORMATION OF THIN POLYMER FILMS BY ELECTRON BOMBARDMENT
R THE I
DIGITAL COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBING. NAVIGATION AND. MISSILE GUIDANCE SUBSYSTEM FO PIRE611 313
ME NT IN RETRIEVAL
CLASSIFICATION WITH PEEK-A-BOO FOR INDEXING DOCUMENTS ON AERCDYNAMICS. AN EXPERI ICSI5Bl 111
CACM61D 562
COMPUTER PRODUCTION OF PEEK-A-BOO SHEETS
ICSJ!>82 1221
TABLEDEX. A hEW COORDINATE INDEXING METHOD FOR BOUND BOOK FORM BIBLIOGRAPHIES
CAS 55
26
AN APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO GENERAL BOOKEEPING
A THEOREM FOR PGEC603 338
DERIVING MAJCRITY-LOGIC NETWORKS WITHIN AN AUGMENTED BOOLEAN ALGEBRA
ROME62
615
INFORMATION PROCESSING USING BOOLEAN ALGEBRA IFRENCHI
ELEMENTS OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA FOR THE STUDY OF INFORMATION-HANDLING PIRE530 1366
SYSTEMS
PGEC51t3
6
APPLICATION OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TO SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN AND TO
ERROR DETECTION
HARV512 225
SYMMETRIC POLYNOMIALS IN BOOLEAN ALGEBRAS
CACM631 385
REALIZING BOOLEAN CONNECTIVES ON THE IBM 1620
PGEC584 291
SOME PROPERTIES OF BOOLEAN EQUATIONS
JACM622 222
AN ALGORITHM FOR TRANSLATING BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS
CACM621 38,.
ON TRANSLATION OF BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS
CACH611 10
COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS ANO CCNOITIONAL STATEMENTS IN
ALGOL 60
ION AND SUBTRACTION

103

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

103

BOO - BUS

TITLE WORO INDEX

IRREDUNDANT DISJUNCTIVE AND CONJUNCTIVE FORMS OF A
FOR THE OETeRMINATION OF THE MINIMAL FORMS OF A
FINITE SET ceVERING THEOREM TO THE SIMPLIFICATION OF
SIMPLIFICATION OF A CLASS OF
MINIMAL 'SUM OF PRODUCTS OF SUMS' EXPRESSIONS OF
ABSOLUTE MINIMAL EXPRESSIONS OF
THE NUMBER OF CLASSES OF INVERTIBLE
THEORE"S USEFUL IN THRESHOLD LOGIC FOR ENUMERATING
PROPERTIES OF SYMMETRIC AND PARTIALLY SYMMETRIC
COST FUNCTIONS
THE MINIMIZATION OF
INEFFICIENCY OF THE USE OF
OF THRESHOLD DEVICES
ARBITRARY
TIC CIRCUI
A STRAIGHTFORWARD WAY OF GENERATING ALL
AUTOCORRELATIONS FOR
THE SYNTHESIS OF
MINIMIZATION OVER
THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY
ENCODING OF INCOMPLETELY SPECIFIED
A THEOREM ON
A NOTE ON MULTIPLYING
TO THE SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS BY

BOOLEAN FUNCTION
A TOPOLOGICAL METHOD
BOOLEAN FUNCTION
APPLICATION OF A
BOOLEAN FUNCTION EXPRESSIONS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
SOME
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
ALGEBRAIC
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS CONTAINING UNEQUAL AND NONLINEAR
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF N VARIABLES REALIZABLE IN TERMS
BOOLEAN FUNCTI ONS OF N VARIABLES USING A SINGLE MAGNE
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS OF NOISELIKE PERIODIC SEQUENCES
BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS USING A SINGLE THRESHOLD ELEMENT
BOOLEAN GRAPHS
BOOLEAN MATRICES
BOOLEAN MATRICES
BOOLEAN MATRICES
BOOLEAN MATRICES
BOOLEAN MATRICES
CORRECTION
BOOLEAN MATRICES AND THE STABILITY OF NEURAL NETS
APPLICATIONS OF BOOLEAN MATRICES TO THE ANALYSIS OF FLOW DIAGRAMS
BOOLEAN MATRIX EQUATIONS IN DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN
REALI ZATION OF BOOLEAN POLYNO~IALS BASED ON INCIDENCE MATRICES
USE OF THE SIMPLEX ALGORITHM IN THE MECHANIZATION OF BOOLEAN SWITCHING FUNCTIONS BY MEANS OF MAGNETIC CORE
MINIMIZATION OVER BOOLEAN TREES
ICAL METHODS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF SWI
TCHING SYSTEMS PART III. MINIMIZATION OF NONSINGULAR BOOL EAN TR EE S
INPUT-OVTPUT, KEY OR BOTTLENECK
TABLEDEX, A NEW COORDINATE INDEXING METHOO FOR BOUND BOOK FORM BIBLIOGRAPHIES
A BOUND FOR ERROR-CORRECTING CODES
AN UPPER BOUND ON THE INFORMATIONAL CAPACITY OF A SYNAPSE
ON PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH IRREGULAR BOUNOARIES
A BOUNDARY NALUE PROBLEM WITH EIGENVALUE ON THE BOUNOARY
A NUMERICAL
METHOD OF SOLVING A HEAT FLOW PROBLEM WITH MOVING BOUNDARY
AN ANALOGOUS
METHOD FOR PATTERN RECOGNITION BY FOLLOWING THE BOUNDARY
TOR
SURFACE ENERGY EFFECTS AT THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN A SUPERCONDUCTOR AND A NORMAL CONOUC
ON AN ALTERNATING DIREC
TION METHOD FOR SOLVING THE PLATE PROBLEM WITH MIXED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
THE SOLUTION OF NON-LINEAR EQ
UATIONS ANO OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH TWO-POINT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
10GRAM FOR THE AUTOMATIC SOLUTI
ON OF ORDINARY OIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH TWO POINT BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
NUMERICAL SOLUTION
OF THE NEUMANN AND MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS BY BOUNDARY CONTRACTION
BOUNDARY CONTRACTION SOLUTION OF LAPLACE'S DIFFERENTI
AL EQUATION
BOUNDARY CONTRACTION SOLUTION OF LAPLACE'S OIFFERENTI
AL EQUATION II
NS
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE BOUNDARY LAYER EQUATIONS WITHOUT SIMILARITY ASSUMPTIO
ON COMPRESSIBLE LAMINAR BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW
BOUNDARY
A BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM WITH EIGENVALUE ON THE
ON THE COLLOCATION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
A NOTE ON NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LINEAR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
MULTIPLE SHOOTING METHOD FOR TWO-POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
AN I
TERATION PROCEDURE FOR PARAMETRIC MODEL BUILDING AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
ANALOG COMPU
TATION OF GREEN'S FUNCTION FOR INTEGRATING TWO-POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
AUTOMATIC CALCULATION
AND PROGRAMMING OF DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS FOR ELLIPTIC BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE NEUMANN AND MIXED BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS BY BOUNDARY CONTRACTION
FUNCTIONS
THE SOLUTI ON OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS BY THE METHOD OF KERNEL
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS IN DOUBLY CONNECTED DOMAINS
OGUE OF AN ELLIPTIC PARTI
MONTE CARLO SOLUTIONS OF BOUNOARY VALUE PROBLEMS INVOLVING THE DIFFERENCE ANAL
PUNCH CARD MACHINES
A METHOD OF SOLVING BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS ON
NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF A CERTAIN BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEM
IMERICAL EXPERIMENTS USING
NEWTON'S METHOD FOR NONLINEAR PARABOLIC AND ELLIPTIC BOUNOARY-VALUE PROBLEMS
QUADRATIC PROGRAMMING WITH BOUNDED VARIABLE RESTRICTIONS
RIGOROUS ERROR BOUNDS FOR COMPUTED EIGENSYSTEMS
NOTE ON EMPIRICAL BOUNDS FOR GENERATING BESSEL FUNCTIONS
A GENERALIZATION OF A THEOREM OF CARR ON ERROR BOUNOS FOR RUNGE-KUTTA PROCEDURES
BOUNDS FOR THE ROUND-OFF ERRORS IN THE RICHAROSON
SECONO ORDER METHOD
PROCESS
ERROR BOUNDS FOR THE RUNGE-KUTTA SINGLE-STEP INTEGRATION
ON SOME ERROR BOUNDS OF GIVENS
CLASSES OF ·SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
LEAST UPPER BOUNDS ON MINIMAL TERMiNAL STATE EXPERIMENTS FOR TWO
SIMULATION OF A BRAIN
SYMPOSIUM, THE DESIGN
OF MACHINES TO SIMULATE THE BEHAVIOR OF THE HUMAN BRAIN
FEEDBACK THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENT AS AN ANALOG OF BRAIN FUNCTIONING
STRATEGIC APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF BRAIN MODELS
COMPUTERS AND BRAINS
BRAI NS TRUST
THREE LEVELS OF DATA PROCESSING IN ORDINARY BRANCH ASSURANCE
OF A CO~PUTER TO WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE AND RETAIL BRANCH CONTROL
PROBLEMS IN THE APPLICATION
A BREAKPOINT TECHNIQUE FOR NETWORK PROBLEMS
APACHE. A BREAKTHROUGH IN ANALOG CO~PUTING
ANATRAN, FIRST STEP IN BREEDING THE DIGINALOG
ON THE
IMPLE~ENTATIDN AND USAGE OF A LANGUAGE FOR CONTRACT BRIDGE BIDDING
GEOMETRICS OF SPIRAL BRIDGE DESIGN
PLAYING
PROGRAM FOR DOUBLE-DUMMY BRIDGE PROBLEMS, A NEW STRATEGY FOR MECHANICAL GAME
E OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE WORK DONE AT THE ZURICH INSTITUT
THE ENIAC
BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF
A BRIEF HISTORY CF COMPUTATION
INTRODUCTION
TO THE CONFERENCE ON AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING, BRIGHTON 1959
THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN GREAT BRITAIN
TRAINING FOR SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION WORK IN GREAT BRITAIN
THE APPLICATION OF THE ELECTRONIC
CCMPUTER TO THE 1961 POPULATION CENSUS OF GREAT BRITAIN
INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA
THE STATE OF THE ART, IAI COMMERCIAL CO~PUTERS IN BRITAIN, JUNE 1959
THE BRITISH COMPUTER SOCIETY
BRITISH COMPUTING SERVICES
THE
EXPERIENCE OF APPLYING A COMMERCIAL COMPUTER IN A BRITISH ORGANIZATION
SOME BRITISH RESEARCH IN SUPERCONDUCTIVE SWITCHING DEVICES
BRITISH RESEARCH ON SUPERCONOUCTIVE SWITCHING DEVICES
THE STATE OF THE ART, IBI CO~PUTERS IN BRITISH UNIVERSITIES
BROADBAND DEMODULATORS FOR MICROWAVE-MOOULATED LIGHT
A GENERALIZED BROKERAGE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM (RCA 5011
APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 TO STOCK BROKERAGE OPERATIONS
STOCHASTIC MOOEL FOR THE BROWNING-BLEDSOE PATTERN RECOGNITION SCHEME
104

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

BIN - BRO
IBMJ512 171
PGEC563 126
I FlP62 731
JACM5B1 67
PGEC584 268
PGEC591
3
JACM631 25
IFIP62 747
PGEC633 244
PACM62 116
CACM610 557
P IRE611 210
PGEC612 151
PGEC613 383
PGEC625 639
I BMJ622 227
PGEC574 231
WJCC60 231
JACM6Z1 11
CACM622 102
PGEC5B2 122
PGEC632 61
EJCC59 133
PGEC592 131
EJCC59 120
PGEC614 615
18MJ605 5103
I BMJ594 326
CAS 58
69
ICSI5B2 1221
I BMJ605 532
PACM52P 113
PACM56
It4
PACM59
54
JACM5B2 161
ICIP59 23B
IBMJ621 71
JACM603 264
TCJIo613 255
ROME62 685
JACM613 336
JACM592 226
J ACM6Dl 37
PACM5B
7
AUS 60 B9.3
PACM59
54
PACM58
6
J ACM583 258
CACM62D 613
WJCC61 519
PGEC621 57
IFIP62 126
JACM613 336
PACM52P 187
PACM52P 193
J ACM5'12 2010
JACM543 101
BIT 621 61
CACM614 IB7
PACM61 10Al
TCJ4613 230
CACM585
3
JACM601 57
BIT 624 212
J ACM581 39
JACM582 127
JACM614 601
CABS62 452
PGEC564 240
SOS 59 122
SOS 61 385
AODC62
58
EOPS61 509
AUS 60 A3.2
TC84602 41
I FIP62 190
PGEC625 699
WJCC6D 315
ROME62 741
PACM58
13
JACM633 357
MANC51
27
HARVIt7
31
FTT 53
3
ARAP591
1
TCB1574 146
ICSI582 1495
TCJ5634 264
TCB5612 67
TCJ2593 97
TCBI571
1
BCS 58 111
TCJ3614 185
ONR 60 104
ONR 60 109
TCJ2593 100
OPI 62 199
CAS 60
68
CAS 56
32
PGEC622 274
104

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DIFFUSION OF GAS FROM A LIQUID INTO AN EXPANDING
ADDRESSING FDR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE WITH MULTIPLE
ORACLE, GAS MANUFACTURING
RAKE, A HIGH SPEED BINARY-BDC AND BCD BINARY
THE SHARE 709 SYSTEM, PROGRAMMED INPUT-OUTPUT
INPUT-OUTPUT

BUBBLE
BUCKET CAPACITIES
BUDGET PROGRAM
BUFFER
BUFFERING
BUFFERING AND FORTRAN
BUFFERING BETWEEN INPUT-OUTPUT AND THE COMPUTER
PROGRAMMED BUFFERING OF INPUT-OUTPUT ON THE 709
COMPUTER TO INPUT-OUTPUT DEVICES WITHDUT EXTENSIVE BUFFERS
A METHOD OF COUPLING A SMALL
THE DESIGN OF SYNCHRONIZING BUFFERS FOR COLLECTING AND DISTRIBUTING DIGITAL DATA
CURRENT BUILD-UP IN AVALANCHE TRANSISTORS WITH RESISTANCE
LOADS
AN ITERATION PROCEDURE FOR PARAMETRIC MODEL BUILDING AND BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
DESIGN OF A BASIC COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
APPLICATION OF THE NCR 304 DATA
PROCESSOR TO THE SYNTHESIS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER BUILDING BLOCK
GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT, THE BASIC BUILDING BLOCK OF AN EXTENDED DECOMPOSITION THEORY
NCR 315 CURRENT MODE DIODE LOGIC BUILDING BLOCKS
FOR DESIGNING SUBOPTI~UM PACKAGES OF ELECTRONIC BUILDING BLOCKS
A QUASI-SIMPLEX METHOD
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATIVE ABSTRACTING ON BUILDING, AN APPRAISAL
THE CALCULATION OF FLUCTUATING HEAT FLOW IN BUILDINGS
THE RE
LIABILITY OF RECURSIVE TRIANGULAR SWITCHING NETWORKS BUILT OF RECTIFIER GATES
THE ADVANTAGES OF BUILT-IN CHECKING
A BUILT-IN TABLE LOOKUP ARITHMETIC UNIT
CHARACTERISTICS OF BULK AND THIN FILM SUPERCDNDUCTING ALLOYS
COBOL INFORMATION BULLETIN NO. 1
OPERATION OF IBM TECHNICAL COMPUTING BUREAU
DPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH COBOL IN A SERVICE BUREAU
NIC DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
REQUIREMENTS OF THE BUREAU OF OLD-AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE FOR ELECTRO
INTERIM REPORT ON BUREAU OF SHIPS COBOL EVALUATION PROGRAM
STUDIES AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS AT THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS
"EMORY
OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS COMPUTATION LABORATORY I SEAC 1
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANCARDS EASTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER ISEACI
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS PERFORMANCE TESTS
FEATURES OF A MAGNETIC DRUM MEMORY FOR THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANOARDS WESTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER ISWACI
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS' METHOD OF SYNTACTIC INTEGRATION
NOTES ON DATA PROCESSING IN THE CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS OF NORWAY
DATA PROCESSING SERVICE BUREAUX AS AN AID TO MANAGEMENT
POINTING
THE WAY FOR THE SMALLER USER, SURVEY OF THE COMPUTER BUREAUX SERVIC E
THE BURROUGHS BUSINESS PROCESSING SYSTEM
AN ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE BURROUGHS DISK FILE
THE BURROUGHS ELECTROGRAPHIC PRINTER-PLOTTER
BURROUGHS EQUIPMENT OFFERING IN AUSTRALIA
OPTICAL CALCULATIONS USING THE BURROUGHS EIOI
CALCULATION
OF ELECTRIC MOTOR SPEED-TORQUE CURVES ON THE BURROUGHS El 0 1
APPLICATION OF THE BURROUGHS EIOI COMPUTER
BURROUGHS G-101 HIGH SPEED PRINTER
THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING ON THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY COMPUTER
BURROUGHS TRUTH FUNCTION EVALUATOR
THE BURROUGHS 220
A QUEUE NET~ORK SIMULATOR FOR THE IBM 650 AND BURROUGHS 220
THE BURROUGHS 220 HIGH-SPEED PRINTER SYSTEM
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON ALGOL IN USE IBURROUGHS 2201
SOME NEW CLASSES OF CYCLIC CODES USED FOR BURST-ERROR CORRECTION
A NOTE ON EXTENDING CERTAIN CODES TO CORRECT ERROR BURSTS IN LONGER MESSAGES
ERROR CORRECTING CODES FOR CORRECTING BURSTS OF ERRORS
MATHEMATICS IN BUSINESS
PROBLEMS IN INSTALLING DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT IN BUSINESS
A
CRITICAL EVALUATION OF ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS
TYPE 702, Ah ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINE FOR BUSINESS
THE IBM
SOME LEGAL
IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN THE BANKING BUSINESS
DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS IN THE LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS
USE OF ELECTRONIC
NGUAGE LEADING TO THE POPULARIZATION OF COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS IFRENCHI
IMENTS OF A CONVENIENT GENERAL LA
SOME
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY DATA PROCESSING
THE APPLICATION OF CALCULATING MACHINES TD BUSINESS AND COMMERCE
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO BUSINESS AND COMMERCE
PRESENT ANe PROJECTED COMPUTER MANPOWER NEEDS IN BUSINESS AND INOUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEDERA
DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEDERA
DEVELOP~ENT AND USE OF AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEMS OF THE FEDERA
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES FOR BUSINESS AND SCIENCE
A BUSINESS APPLICATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
DRUM DATA-PReCESSING MACHINE
ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS APPLICATION PROBLEMS ON IBM 650 MAGNETIC
COMPUTERS IN BASIC BUSINESS APPlI CATIONS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS APPLI CA nONS
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING AND BUSINESS APPL I CA TI ONS
GENERAL-PURPOSE PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS APPLI CA TI ONS
AUTOMATIC CODING FOR BUSINESS APPLI CA TlONS
THE USE CF PEGASUS AUTOCOOE IN SOME EXPERIMENTAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
COMPUTERS
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS ON INTERMEOIATE DATA PROCESSING
SMALL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS USING A UNIVAC COMPUTING CENTER
COBOL AND CO~MERCIAL TRANSLATOR
FACT, A BUSINESS COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH
A SMALL, LOW-COST BUSINESS COMPUTER
THE FIRST YEAR WITH A BUSINESS COMPUTER
A SMALL BUSINESS COMPUTER AT WORK
EXPERIENCE WITH ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEMS IN A BUSINESS COMPUTER INSTALLATION
A
REVIEW OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER EXHIBITION AND THE BUSINESS COMPUTER SYMPOSIUM
THE AUTOMATIC HANDLING OF BUSINESS DATA
SEAL, A LANGUAGE FOR BUSINESS OATA PROCESSING
FCRTRAN FOR BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING
BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING, A CASE STUDY
BUSINESS DATA PROCESSING, A REVIEW
CURRENT
DEVELOP~ENTS IN COMMON-LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR BUS I NE SS DATA SYSTEMS
TRENDS IN ELECTRONIC BUSINESS DATA SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
AN OPTIMIZATION CONCEPT FOR BUSINESS DATA-PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATIC INPUT FOR BUSINESS DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS
A RELIABLE CHARACTER S
ENSING SYSTE~ FOR DOCUMENTS PREPAREO ON CONVENTIONAL BUSI"IESS DEVICES
JOTTINGS ON THE 1963 BUSINESS EFfiCIENCY EXHIBITION
SMALL BUSINESS EXECUTIVE DECISION SIMULATION
105

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

BOO - BUS
IBMJ623 329
JACM633 301
AUS 60 A8.1
WCR 574 267
JACM592 145
JACM601
1
EJCC52
22
PACM58
19
EJCC57 136
PACM56
37
PGEC604 456
WJCC61 519
WJCC57 110
NCR 594 204
JACM634 562
NCR 624
4
CAS 59 100
ICSI5B1 491
AUS 63 C.24
RTCS62 129
EJCC53
99
WJCC60 239
ONR 60 249
CACM636 305
ONR 53
10
TCJ5623 157
WJCC53
74
CACM625 256
ADC 53 217
ONR 53
1
EJCC51
84
EJCC53
58
PECS52
2
NSMT60
39
ICC 622 108
AUS 60 A5.1
EDPS61 465
AUS 513 313
FJCC63 341
EJCC56
73
AUS 60015.3
CAS 56 119
LSU 55 135
EJCC54
50
NCR 564 94
EJCC51
22
ONR 54
99
JACM572 169
LSU 58 165
CACM590 20
WJCC59 212
CAS 60 154
I BMJ632 102
I BMJ632 151
I BMJ603 329
TCJ15Bl 22
TCB4601
3
LSU 56 144
JACM544 149
CACM63D 713
11
EJCC53
ROME62 549
HARV61 265
AUS 573 303
MANC51
30
FTT 53 246
CTPC54
4
CACM594 22
CACM595 17
CACM599 34
TCB6622 47
TCJ2593 103
19
EJCC54
EJCC55
12
CAS 57
45
ARAP591 189
AIC 601
1
TCJ3603 144
TCJ4611 30
I EE;S56
84
LSU 55 201
PACM56
11
ARAP612 231
EJCC57 187
TCJ1581 29
TCJ5621
1
RMCS60
7
TCB2595 71
WJCC54
75
ROME62 565
CACM627 412
WJCC54
80
IFIP62
35
CAS 59
59
WJCC54
16
WJCCS,)
43
EJCC56
69
WCR 574 111
TCB7633 S3
PACM62
58
105

BUS - CAR

TITLE WORD INDEX

BUB - CAL

SJCC6Z
33
A SIMULATION OF A BUSINESS FIRM
CRYSTAL BALLS OR MAGN CAN 58
15
ETIC CORES, THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO CANADIAN BUSINESS FORECASTING
TCJ1582 59
STATISTICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR BUSINESS FORECASTS
BUSINESS FORMS, THEIR IMPACT, CONTROL AND FUNCTIDN IN AUS 60A12.3
DATA PROCESSING
PACM61 lOBI
INTOP, AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS GAME
CAN 60 332
DEVELOPMENT
THE BUSINESS GAME, THE NEW DIMENSION IN MANAGEMENT
I BMJ584 314
A BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM
TCB5613 121
BUSINESS LANGUAGES AND ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS
WJCC55
34
DATA COLLECTION AS A BY-PRODUCT OF NORMAL BUSINESS MACHINE OPERATION
IBMJ574 363
RADIO-INTERFERENCE CONTROL AS APPLIED TO BUSINESS MACHINES
TCB6622 57
A BUSINESS MANAGEMENT GAME
AUS 573 313
THE BURROUGHS BUSINESS PROCESSING SYSTEM
WJCC54
9
WILL ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES MAKE POSSIBLE A BUSINESS REVOLUTION
CABS62 556
BUSINESS SIMULATION
WJCC57
81
RELIABILITY IN BUSINESS SYSTEMS
HACC59
7
OESIGN OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS
CAN 60 257
PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS SYSTEMS
IFJP62
83
PANEL ON BUSINESS SYSTEMS
PACM56
9
ON THE DESIGN OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR COMPUTERS
SYMPOSIUM TCJ2593 107
ON THE SELECTION AND TRAINING OF PROGRAMMERS 1, A BUSINESS USER'S APPROACH
AUS 63 A.17
SPEEDING THE NATION'S BUSINESS, CASE STUDY
CAN 60 311
COMPUTERS IN SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESSES
CAS 61
16
BUWEPS PERT-MILESTONE SYSTEM, A TOOL FOR PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT
A MODERN APPROACH TO THE PROBLEMS OF BUYING AND SELLING
AUS 63 A.2
PRODUCTION CONTROL BY BUYING COMPUTER TIME
BCS 5B 366
CAN 5B 184
COMPUTER INPUT. A BY-PRDDUCT OF FORM WRITING
DATA COLLECTION AS A BY-PRODUCT OF NORMAL BUSINESS MACHINE OPERATION
WJCC55
34
THE WORD 'BY' HAS BEEN PREVENTED FROM INDEXING
PGEC CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS
PGEC553 BB
FJCC63 229
AN INTERRUPT CONTROL FOR THE B5000 DATA PROCESSOR SYSTEM
HIGHLIGHTS OF DATA PROCESSING IN THE C.N.R.
CAN 60 265
ROME62 163
FROM FLEC TO C.P.A.S. (FRENCH)
CAN 58
6
THE COMPUTER IN CANADIAN RAILROADING, C.P.R. SYSTEM-WIDE DATA PROCESSING
AUS 51
42
OIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES USED BY C.S.I.R.O.
THE C.S.I.R.O. DIFFERENTIAL ANALYSER
AUS 51
18
AUS 51
81
PROGRAMMING FOR THE C.S.I.R.D. DIGITAL MACHINE
REAL-TIME DATA PROCESSING FOR CAA AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROL
EJCC51 169
PACM58
5B
S.E.A. GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTERS CAB
ONR 52
13
THE CADAC
18MJ621 24
NUCLEAR SPIN RELAXATION IN SUPERCONDUCTING CADMIUM
PACM56
2
RULES FOR REOUCING CALCULATE TIME AND CONSERVATION OF STORAGE SPACE
CALCULATED WAVEFORMS FOR THE TUNNEL DIODE LOCKED-PAIR EJCC60 233
CIRCUIT
CALCULATED WAVEFORMS FOR TUNNEL DIODE LOCKED PAIR
P IRE611 146
TCJ3614 262
COMPUTER
A COMPARISON OF SOME METHODS OF CALCULATING COVARIANCE FUNCTIONS ON AN ELECTRONIC
CALCULATING EIGENVALUES OF VERY LARGE SYMMETRIC
AUS 60B'9.1
MATRICES
CACM585
5
A SUBROUTINE METHOD FOR CALCULATING LOGARITHMS
MANC51
16
THE BEST WAY TO DESIGN AN AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINE
THE COMPUTATION MANC51
35
OF FOURIER SYNTHESES WITH A DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINE
FTT 53 130
CALCULATING MACHINE DEVELOPMENT AT CAMBRIDGE
U.S.S.R.
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINE OF THE ACAOEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE JACM563 129
HARV41
91
THE ORGANIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE CALCULATING MACHINERY
HARV41 248
INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES FOR ELECTRONIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINERY
APPLICATION
HARV41
213
OF PRINTING TELEGRAPH TECHNIQUES TO LARGE-SCALE CALCULATING MACHINERY
CAMBit9 134
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON AUTOMATIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
AUS 51
10
INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINES
AUS 51
29
AUTOMATIC DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
PROGRAMMING FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES
FTT 53 101
OF ERRORS IN PROCESSES OF INTEGRATION ON HIGH-SPEED CALCULATING MACHINES
ON THE ACCUMULATION HARV41 116
AUS 51
93
AUTOMATIC CALCULATING MACHINES AND NUMERICAL METHODS
FTT 53 170
COMPUTATION LABORATORY
CALCULATING MACHINES AT THE BIRKBECK COLLEGE
RADIATION
THE USE OF CALCULATING MACHINES IN THE THEORY OF PRIMARY COSMIC HARV49 244
MANCSI
30
THE APPLICATION OF CALCULATING MACHINES TO BuSINESS AND COMMERCE
AUS 51
42
DIGITAL CALCULATING MACHINES USED BY C.S.I.R.O.
AN ANALYSIS BY ARITHMETICAL METHODS OF A CALCULATING NETWORK WITH FEEDBACK
PACM52T 61
LOOP MEASUREIOENTS
CALCULATING OPEN LOOP TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FROM CLOSED JACM583 289
ECIP55
12
ARITMA CALCULATING PUNCH
REAL SY~METRIC MATRIX
THE METHOD OF LANClOS FOR CALCULATING THE CHARACTERISTIC ROOTS ANO VECTORS OF A IEES56 114
WJCI:56
77
USING A VARIABLE-WORO-LENGTH COMPUTER FOR SCIENTIFIC CALCULA TI ON
SORTING BY ADDRESS CAlCULATION
JACM563 169
ARAP612
1
THE USE OF THE GENIE SYSTEM IN NUMERICAL CALCULATION
A GENERALllED CACM613 141
TECHNIQUE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION AND NUMERICAL CALCULATION
IFIP62 126
FOR ELLIPTIC BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
AUTOMATIC CALC ULA TI ON AND PROGRAMMING OF DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
CRITICAL CLASSIFICATION FACTOR CALCULATION FOR CRANE GEARCASES
CAN 62 189
PACM5'!
66
RECURRENCE TECHNIQUES FOR THE CALCULATION OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS
HYPOTHESIS
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF CHI SQUARED FOR THE TESTING OF
BIT 614 224
II:IP5'!
93
PRI
LOGARITH~IC PROGRAMS, THEIR APPLICATION TO THE CALCULA TI ON OF CONVEX AND, MORE SPECIFICALLY, LINEAR
CALCULATION OF DRIVERS FOR DIODE OECODERS (DANISH)
BIT 613 202
OF
EASTER
CACM624
209
THE CALCULATION
THE CALCULA TI ON OF EIGENVECTORS BY THE METHOD OF LANClOS TCJ1583 148
THE BURROUGHS EI0l
CALCULA TI ON OF ELECTRIC MOTOR SPEED-TORQUE CURVES ON LSU 55 135
AUS 63 C.24
THE CALCULATION OF FLUCTUATING HEAT FLOW IN BUILDINGS
STRUCTURES
CALCULA TI ON OF FLUX PATTERNS IN FERRITE MULTIPATH
NCR 584 263
JACM544 110
CALCULA TI ON OF GENERALIlED HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES
I:ACM600 !>42
A NOTE ON THE CALCULA TlON OF INTEREST
QUICK CALCULATION OF JACOBIAN ELLIPTIC FUNCTIONS
CACM621 399
CACM629 487
CORRIGENDUM TO 'QUICK CALCULATION OF JACOBIAN ELLIPTIC FUNCTIONS'
FORCE CONSTA~TS
THE CALCULATION OF MOLECULAR VIBRATIONAL FREQUENCIES AND AUS 63 8.16
MACHINE CALCULA TlON OF MOMENTS OF A ~ROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION CACM61D 553
CACM613 143
COMPARISON OF ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE CALCULA TlON OF NTH ROOTS
PARAMETRIC DEVICES
AUS 60B'5.1
CALCULATION OF PERFORMANCE CURVES FOR INDUCTIVE
PACM52T 118
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF POLYNOMIALS AND THEIR ZEROS
TCJ5621 16
THE CALCULATION OF POWER SPECTRA
PACM61 SAl
ON FUNC TI ONAL ITERATICN AND THE CALCULATION OF ROOTS
NUMERICAL CALCULATION OF SHOCK WAVES
IFIP62 141
CORE THERMAL DESIGN
AUS 60 B8.3
PRELIMINARY CALCULATION OF SOME PARAMETERS IN NUCLEAR REACTOR
MISING ERROR IN AN ON-OFF CONTROL SYSTEM
A CALCULA TI ON OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS AS A MEANS OF MINI AUS 60B'2.1
REAL SYM~ETRIC MATI
AN ITERATIVE PROCEOURE FOR THE CALCULA TI ON OF THE EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF A JACM563 223
MATRICES
TCJ15ij2 90
THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVECTORS OF COOl AGONAL
S PRODUCED BY THE GIVENS AND LANClOS PROCESSES
THE CALCULA Tl ON OF THE EIGENVECTORS OF CODIAGONAL MATRICE AUS 571 112
S
APPLICATION OF IBM EDP METHODS TO THE CALCULA TlON OF THE FORMATION CONSTANTS OF COMPLEX ION CACM63N 694
106

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

106

CAL - CAS

TITLE WORO INOEX

COMPUTER TIME FOR ADDRESS CALCULATION SORTING
PROGRAMMING FOR A MACHINE WITH AN EXTENDED ADDRESS CALCULATIONAL MECHANISM
MACHINES IN GOVERNMENT CALCULATIONS
USE OF COMPUTERS IN STATISTICAL CALCUlATIONS
SELF-CONSISTENT FIELD CALCULATIONS
ORGANIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE MATRIX CALCULATIONS
SOME COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO SHIP DESIGN CALCULATIONS
USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR ROOM AIR-CONDITIONING CALCULATIONS
STRUCTURAL STRESS CALCULATIONS
SYMPOSIUM ON STABILITY OF NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS
ON THE REDUCTION OF ERROR IN CERTAIN ANALOG COMPUTER CALCULATIONS BY THE USE OF CONSTRAINT EQUATIONS
STATISTICAL CALCULATIONS IN PRODUCT-DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS IN STATISTICAL MECHANICS
PLASMA MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC CALCULATIONS IN 1 AND 2 DIMENSIONS
STARTING APPROXIMATIONS FOR THE ITERATIVE CALCULATIONS OF SQUARE ROO TS
SLIDER BEARINGS
ANAlYSIS AND NUMERICAL CALCULATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF PLANE PIVOTED
MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS OF THE MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF MUONS
COMPUTER CALCULATIONS ON THE INITIATION OF HIGH EXPLOSIVE
ALGEBRAIC FUNCTION CALCULATIONS USING POTENTIAL ANALOG PAIRS
OPTICAL CALCULATIONS USING THE BURROUGHS EI01
THE AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE CONTROLLED CALCULATOR
MARK I CALCULATOR
MARK II CALCULATOR
THE PREPARATION OF PROBLEMS FOR THE MARK I CALCULATOR
R.A.E. SEQUENCE CONTROLLED CALCULATOR
THE MARK III CALCULATOR
IBM CARD-PROGRAMMED CALCULATOR
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE NEW IBM SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE NEW IBM SCIENTIFIC CALCULATOR
INPUT SCALING AND OUTPUT SCALING FOR A 8INARY CALCULATOR
THE APEXC, A LOW-COST ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR
THE ROYAL AIRCRAFT ESTA8LISHMENT SEQUENCE-CONTROLLED CALCULATOR
THE GENERATICN OF PSEUDO-RANDOM NUM8ERS ON A DECIMAL CALCULATOR
THE ACOUSTIC-DELAY-LINE ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR
INFORMATION SEARCHING WITH THE 701 CALCULATOR
A PROGRA~MEO BINARY COUNTER FOR THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATOR
AN ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR FOR PUNCHED-CARD ACCOUNTANCY
ACH TO THE USE OF THE IBM CARO-PROGRAMMEO ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR IN THE SOLUTION OF ENGINEERING PROBLEMS
THE OPERATION ANO LOGIC OF THE MARK III ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR IN VIEW OF OPERATING EXPERIENCE
TAL-COMPUTER ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
A SIMPLE OESK-CALCULATOR METHOO FOR CHECKING BINARY RESULTS OF DIGI
THE IBM MAGNETIC DRUM CALCULATOR TYPE 650
liONS
THE IBM MAGNETIC DRUM CALCULATOR TYPE 650, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN CONSIDERA
THE MONROBOT ELECTRONIC CALCULATORS
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC CODING TO SMALL CALCULATORS
THE USE OF OESK CALCULATORS
INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOW NETWORK CALCULATORS
FUNCTION ALGEBRA AND PROPOSITIONAL CALCULUS
A SE~I-DECISIDN PROCEDURE FOR THE FUNCTIONAL CALCULUS
SOLVES SYMBOLIC INTEGRATION PROBLEMS IN FRESHMAN CALCULUS
A HEURISTIC PROGRAM THAT
SOLVES SYMBOLIC INTEGRATION PROBLEMS IN FRESHMAN CALCULUS
A HEURISTIC PROGRAM THAT
THEOREMS DERIVAeLE WITHIN THE FIRST ORDER PREDICATE CALCULUS
ITHE PRODUCTION FROM AXIOM, OF PROOFS FOR
-SPEEO DIGITAL MULTIPLIER
THE USE OF INOEX CALCULUS ANO MERSENNE PRIMES FOR THE DESIGN OF A HIGH
MT RESEARCH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
T~ERMOOVNAMIC CONSISTENCY OF MAGNETIC AND CALORIMETRIC MEASUREMENTS ON SUPERCONOUCTORS
BALLISTIC CAM DESIGN
CALCULATING MACHINE DEVELOPMENT AT CAMBRIDGE
CAN COMPUTERS HELP SOLVE SOCIETY'S PROBLEMS
CAN MACHINES THINK
EXPERIENCE OF THE DEFENCE RESEARCH BOARD OF CANADA IN MAIL ORDER COMPUTER SERVICE
OR MAGNETIC CORES, THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO CANADIAN BUSINESS FORECASTING
CRYSTAL BALLS
COMPUTER USES AT LAMP DEPARTMENT, CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC
DATA PROCESSING AT THE CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
PROCESSING
THE COMPUTER IN CANADIAN RAILROADING, C.P.R. SYSTEM-WIOE DATA
THE CANADIAN SCENE IN COMPUTING ANO DATA PROCESSING
COMPUTER EDUCATION IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES
CANONICAL ANALYSIS
A FUNCTIONAL CANONICAL FORM
MULTIFUNCTIONAL CIRCUITS IN FUNCTIONAL CANONICAL FORM
IFFERENTIAL PROBLEMI
THE CASE FOR REVERSION TO THE CANONICAL FORM IN THE SOLUTION OF INITIAL CONDITION 0
THE MOBIL COMPUTER LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY
RGE DEFLEXION EQUATIONS IN THE CASE OF A RECTANGULAR CANTILEVER PLATE
ICAL SOLUTION OF THE VON KARMAN LA
ON THE INFLUENCE OF VERY LARGE MEMORY DESIGNS AND CAPABILITIES ON INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SYMPOSIUM
COMPUTER
CAPABILITIES, COST, ANO SAVINGS OF AN AUTOMATIC
TOWARD A GENERAL SIMULATION CAPABILITV
EXTENDING MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY BY ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS
AMS SI~ULTANEOUSLY
A UNIVERSAL COMPUTER CAPA8LE OF EXECUTING AN ARBITRARY NUMBER OF SUB-PROGR
A COMPILER CAPABLE OF LEARNING
A VAPOR-GROWN VARIABLE CAPACITANCE OIODE
CAPACITANCE TYPE FIXED MEMORY
FOR RANDOM-ACCESS STORAGE WITH MULTIPLE BUCKET CAPACITIES
ADDRESSING
SEMIPERMANENT STORAGE BY CAPACITIVE COUPLING
TAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC OIF.FERENTIAL ANALYZERS II, CAPACITOR DIELECTRIC ABSORPTION
AN ANALYSIS OF CER
AN EXPERIMENTAL RAPID ACCESS MEMORY USING OIOOES AND CAPACITORS
SCANNERS FOR FERROELECTRIC MEMORY CAPACITORS
RELIABILITY OF ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS IN COMPUTERS
CHANGEABLE PERMANENT-MAGNET-TWISTOR MEMORY OF LARGE CAPACITY
A CARDA LARGE CAPACITY CRYOELECTRIC MEMORY WITH CAVITY SENSING
OESIGN AND OPERATION OF A HIGH SPEEO INCREASED CAPACITY MAGNETIC DRUM
AN UPPER BOUNO ON THE INFORMATIONAL CAPACITY OF A SYNAPSE
ECONOMIC COI';SIOERATI
A MEMORY OF 3l't MILLION BITS CAPACITY WITH FAST AND DIRECT ACCESS, ITS SYSTEMS AND
(THAT OF ECCNOMICAL PLANNING PERIOD FOR ENGINEERING CAPITAL WORKS)
IEM OF THE OPERATIONS RESEARCH TYPE,
SINGLE CAPSTAN TAPE MEMORY
COMPUTER FINDS A RAILROAD CAR
CONTROL GEAR SIMULATION FOR AN AUTOMATIC CAR PARK
AN ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR FOR PUNCHED-CARD ACCOUNTANCY
A CARD CHANGEABLE NONDESTRUCTIVE READOUT TWISTOR STORE
LARGE-CAPACITY CARD CHANGEABLE PERMANENT MAGNET TWISTOR MEMORY
A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS
CCM"ENTS ON 'A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS'
SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARD CODES
107

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

BUS - CAR
JACM604 389
CACM596 32
FTT 53 234
LSU 57
67
CAN 58 298
CAN 58 360
CAN 60 138
CAN 60 175
EDPS61 4B3
IFIP62 207
WJCC60 173
CAS 57
56
WJCC59 261
TCB663-\ 126
TCJ6633 274
I BMJ63-\ 30)
AUS 571 116
TCJ6631 39
P IRE611 276
CAS 56 119
MSEE462 13
HARV47
23
HARV47
69
HARV47 208
CAMBlt9
22
HARVlt9
11
EJCC51
30
PECS52
19
PACM52P 79
PACM52T 21
AOC 53 264
FTT 53 165
JACM542 B8
I EES56 276
JACM572 131
CACM5B1 11
IEES56 22B
PECS52
9
EJCC51
50
JAtM553 205
JACM51tl 13
WJCC51t 140
ONR 52
7
EJCC54
64
CLUN55
79
CACM636 325
SOS 62 525
JACM631
1
CATH63 191
JACM634 507
ICIP59 265
JACM611 87
NSMT60 140
I BMJ621 77
CACM61N 513
F TT 53 130
WJCC59 323
PIRE530 1230
CAN 5B 370
CAN 58
15
IFIP62
51
CAN 58
67
CAN 58
6
CAN 58 287
CAN 58
23
CABS62 266
JACM592 2lt5
JACM594 538
ICIP59
33
ICC 633 174
AUS 60 B9.1
ICIP59 479
ONR 51
21
SJCC62
1
IFIP62
78
EJCC59 lOB
WJCC59 137
IBMJ603 264
LCMT61
53
JACM633 307
PGEC613 4lt6
PGEC581 17
PACM52T 133
PGEC5Bl 34
EJCC53 105
PGEC613 451
91
FJCC63
NCR 612 128
PACM52P 113
WJCC59
74
AUS 60 B2.2
FJCC63 565
tACM61B 356
TCJ4624 313
IEES56 22B
WJCC59
41
LCMT61 177
CACM599 19
CACM59N 12
CACM60D 638
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FURTHER SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARD CODES
THE COMAC, AN EFFICIENT PUNCHED CARD COLLATING SYSTEM FOR THE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
THE MAGNETIC LEDGER CARD COMPUTER
SSURANCE PREMIUM ACCOUNTING USING AN IBM 650 PUNCHED CARD COMPUTER ALLIED WITH NATIONAL CLASS 32 ACCOUNTIN
AUTOMATED COMPUTER CARD DESIGN
SOME AUDIT ASPECTS OF PUNCHED CARD ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
PROCESSING
A CARD FORMAT FOR REFERENCE FILES IN INFORMATION
OF DETER~INING PLATE BENDING BY USE OF A PUNCHED-CARD MACHINE
A METHOD
PROGRAMMING FOR PUNCHED CARD MACHINES
VALUE PROBLEMS OF MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS ON PUNCH CARD MACHINES
A METHOD OF SOLVING BOUNDARY
THE METAL CARD MEMORY, A NEW SEMIPERMANENT STORE
INVERSION OF MATRICES BY PUNCHED CARD METHODS (GERMANI
REGIONAL APPLICATIONS OF PUNCH CARD METHOOS TO FOREST INVENTORY
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION OF PUNCH CARD METHODS TO FOREST INVENTORY
A TRANSISTORIZED TRANSCRIBING CARD PUNCH
CARD RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (CRAMI, FUNCTIONS ANO USE
THE N.C.R. MAGNETIC CARD RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY
A FAST CARD READER FOR THE GIER COMPUTER
OATA PROCESSING COMPILERS FOR SMALL CARD READING COMPUTERS
PUNCHED CARD TO MAGNETIC TAPE CONVERTER FOR UNIVAC
LARGE CAPACITY
A CARD-CHANGEABLE PERMANENT-MAGNET-TWISTOR MEMORY OF
LAPLACE TRANSFORM
A GENERAL CARD-PROGRAM FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE INVERSE
IBM CARD-PROGRAMMEO CALCULATOR
OF ENGINEERINGI
AN APPROACH TO THE USE OF THE IBM CARD-PROGRAMMEO ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR IN THE SOLUTION
MAGNETIC CORE LOGIC IN A HIGH SPEED CARD-TO-TAPE CONVERTER
THE CARDATRON AND THE DATAFILE IN THE OATATRON SYSTEM
THE CARDATRON AND THE DATAFILE IN THE DATATRON SYSTEM
A DATA CO~MUNICATIONS ANO PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR CARDIAC ANALYSIS·
COMMENT ON CARDIFF
AUTOMATIC SCANNING OF CARDIOVASCULAR DATA UTILIZING FOSDIC
CONVERTERS FOR TELETYPE TAPE TO IBM CARDS
SCCIAL SERVICES BENEFITS, PAYMENTS BY PUNCHED CARDS
STRAIN-GAGE AND THERMOCOUPLE RECORDING ON PUNCHED CARDS
AUTOMATIC
SORTING CARDS WITH RESPECT TO A MODULUS
FOR SI~PlIFYING SWITCHING CIRCUITS USING 'DONT CARE' CONDITIONS
SOME METHODS
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSI
SOURCES OF INFORMATION ON CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN MATHEMATICS, PROGRAMMING AND
CONDITIONAL MONTE CARLO
A MONTE-CARLO APPROACH TO THE SOLUTION OF SCHEDULING PROBLEMS
MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS IN STATISTICAL MECHANICS
MUONS
MONTE CARLO CALCULATIONS OF THE MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF
MONTE CARLO COMPUTATIONS IN NORMAL CORRELATION PROBLEMS
A METHOC FOR INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF MONTE CARLO INTEGRATION
ON THE MONTE CARLO METHOD
OF SYSTEMS CF LINEAR ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS BY A MONTE CARLO METHOD
THE SOLUTION
INTEGRALS
AN APPLICATION OF THE MONTE CARLO METHOD TO THE EVALUATION OF SOME MOLECULAR
MONTE CARLO METHODS
OF ANTIAIRCRAFT SYSTEMS BY SIMULATION WITH A MONTE CARLO MODEL
STUDY
PROGRAMMING A MONTE CARLO PROBLEM
QUENTIAL ESTIMATION TO COMPUTER SIMULATION AND MONTE CARLO PROCEDURES
THE APPLICATION OF SE
A MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF A PRODUCTION PLANNING PROBLEM
MNTECCDE, AN INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR MONTE CARLO SIMULATIONS
THE DIFFERENCE ANALOGUE OF AN ELLIPTIC PARTI
MONTE CARLO SOLUTIONS OF BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS INVOLVING
SOME AIRLINE APPLICATIONS OF MONTE-CARLO SYSTEM SIMULATIONS
TO THE MAGNETIC TAPE STORAGE UNIT, FACIT ECM 64 (THE CAROUSEL MEMDRYI
APPLICATIONS
A GENERALIZATION OF A THEOREM OF CARR ON ERROR BOUNDS FOR RUNGE-KUTTA PROCEDURES
DESCRIPTION OF A COMPUTATION CARRIEO OUT FOR FAO (FRENCHI
EXPERIMENT ON THE MACHINE TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES CARRIED OUT ON THE BESM
AN
HIGH-SPEED CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES UTILIZING MINORITY CARRIER STORAGE TO ENHANCE TRANSIENT RESPONSE
AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG MULTIPLIER USING CARRIERS
FAST CARRY LOGIC FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
ELIMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION IN OIGITAL COMPUTERS
THE DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY ADDITION
CORRECTION TO THE DETERMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION LENGTH FOR BINARY AODITION
AN ANALYSIS OF CARRY TRANSMISSION IN COMPUTER ADDITION
THE CARRY-DEPENDENT SUM ADDER
SKIP TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH-SPEED CARRY-PROPAGATION IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS
CARRY-SELECT ADOER
ATE FORM SUITABLE FOR RADAR TARGETI
CONVERSION OF CARTESIAN CO-OROINATE INFORMATION INTO POLAR CO-ORO IN
THE CASCADE DECOMPOSITION OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
CASCADED BINARY COUNTERS WITH FEEDBACK
CASCADED FINITE-STATE MACHINES
SMeOTHING AND PREDICTION OF TIME SERIES BY CASCAOED SIMPLE AVERAGES
CEllS
CASCADEO SWITCHING NETWORKS OF TWD-INPUT FLEXIBLE
COMPUTER
CASCADED VARIABLE CYCLE CONTROL AS APPLIED TO THE 220
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, EXPONENTIAL OISTRIBUTION CASE
MEAN LIFE OF PARALLEL
WORST CASE DESIGN OF VARIABLE-THRESHOLD TRL CIRCUITS
SELECTING A TECHNICAL COMPUTER, THE CASE FOR A SMALL MACHINE
THE CASE FOR COMBINEO ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION
THE CASE FOR CRYOTRONICS
THE CASE FOR DYNAMIC STORAGE ALLOCATION
ION OF INITIAL CONDITION DIFFERENTIAL PROBLEMI
THE CASE FOR REVERSION TO THE CANONICAL FORM IN THE SOLUT
CONDUCTING A FEASIBILITY STUOY, A CASE HISTORY
UNIVAC-LARC HIGH-SPEEO CIRCUITRY, CASE HISTORY
PRODUCTION SCHEOULING, A CASE HISTORY
CODING CF MEDICAL CASE HISTORY OATA FOR COMPUTER ANALYSIS
GRAPH
ON THE EXCEPTIONAL CASE IN A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARCS OF A COMPLETE
N OF THE VON KARMAN LARGE DEFLEXION EQUATIONS IN THE CASE OF A RECTANGULAR CANTILEVER PLATE
ICAL SOLUTIO
A CASE OF NUMERICAL OIVERGENCE
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR A SOLVABLE CASE OF THE DECISION PROBLEM
BUSINESS OATA PROCESSING, A CASE STUDY
THE SNCWY MOUNTAINS AUTHORITY STORES SYSTEM, A CASE STUDY
SPEEDING THE NATION'S BUSINESS, CASE STUOY
AUTOMATIC CCMPILATION OF TECHNICAL DATA TABLES, A CASE STUDY
THE
OF THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A CONTROL COMPUTER, A CASE STUDY
SOME ASPECTS
A CASE STUDY IN COMMERCIAL ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
MPIRICAL EXPLORATIONS OF THE LOGIC THEORY MACHINE, A CASE STUOY IN HEURISTIC
E
EXPLORATIONS WITH THE LOGIC T.HEORY MACHINE, A CASE STUDY IN HEURISTICS
EMPIRICAL
OATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM
A CASE STUDY IN THE APPLICATION OF AN EMIDEC ELECTRONIC
A CASE STUOY OF A CONVERSION
TELEFlLE, A CASE STUDY OF AN ONLINE SAVINGS BANK APPLICATION
OF I NFCRMA TI ON

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CAL - CAS
CACM614 182
ICSI582 1245
WJCC58 239
AUS 60 Al.4
PACM6l 1384
LSU 58 119
tACM612 90
JACM543 105
AUS 51 107
JACM543 101
LCMT6l 213
ECIP55 198
LSU 56 216
LSU 56 219
EJCC56
80
EJCC61 147
lCMT6l 149
BIT 631 44
PACM59
63
EJCC52
8
PGEC613 451
JACM551 18
EJCC51
30
9
PECS52
PGEC592 169
LSU 57 198
NEWC57
19
FJCC62 280
TCB6623 73
CAS 62
20
11
EJCC52
AUS 60 A2.1
JACM541 36
JACM571 41
JACM614 497
CACM629 472
JACM562 73
PACM62
41
WJCC59 261
AUS 571 116
JACM633 302
JACM573 329
HARV49 207
TOMM58 19B
TCJ6633 277
LSU 58 104
BIT 611 27
CAS 55
94
J ACM584 343
TCJ2592 90
TCJ5622 88
JACM592 204
IFIP62
67
BIT 621 16
JACM601 57
ICC 582 18
I EES56 463
WJCC58 149
PGEC571 30
PGEC554 133
I CIP59 389
PGEC601 35
PGEC602 261
PACM58
27
PGEC633 265
PGEC614 691
PGEC623 340
AUS 60 C9.3
PGEC614 587
PGEC634 361
PGEC613 366
NCR 602 47
PGEC622 136
WJCC58
63
RTCS62 304
PGEC623 382
AUS 60 Bl.4
WJCC58
86
FJCC62 229
CACM6I0 417
ICIP59
33
CAN 58 256
PGEC613 426
AUS 63 B.8
CACM620 532
I BMJ605 487
AUS 60 B9.1
81T 612 130
JACM633 348
WJCC54
80
AUS 63 A.8
AUS 63 A.17
AUS 60 A8.4
PGEC636 687
TCB2581 12
WJCC57 218
CATH63 109
BCS 58 465
AUS 63 A.12
CACM63D 708
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CASE STUDY. ORDER PROCESSING AND PROOUCTION PLANNING HARV55 135
OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY'S DECIMAL COMPUTER. THE CRC 102 EJCC54
40
-0
THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER HIGH-SPEED MAGNETIC PRINTER
EJCC57 243
CASUALTy INSURANCE ACCOUNTING
HACC59 8-08
ONR 60 213
THIN FILM CRYOTRoN CATALOG MEMORY
A CRYOTRoN CATALOG MEMORY SYSTEM
EJCC56 115
LOGICAL CIRCUITS
A CATALOG OF THREE-VARIABLE OR-INVERT AND AND-INVERT
PGEC633 198
BETWEEN COMPLETENESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A SUBJECT CATALOGUE
THE RELATION ICSI581 377
CACM637 409
A CATALOGUE ENTRY RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
THE DESIGN OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS TO ELIMINATE CATASTROPHIC FAILURES
RTCS62 328
MTL 611 211
A NOTE ON CATEGORIAL GRAMMARS
CATEGORIZING AUTOMATA BY W-MACHINE PROGRAMS
JACM613 384
CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE
CAMB49
26
CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE
AoC 53 212
AN IMPROVED CATHODE RAY TUBE STORAGE SYSTEM
WJCC53 167
STORAGE SYSTEM
THE TESTING OF CATHODE RAY TUBES FOR USE IN THE WILLIAMS TYPE
PACM52T 42
A fUNCTION GENERATOR USING COLD CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES
AUS 60 C8.2
A FUNCTION GENERATOR USING COLD-CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES
PGEC611 71
CAPACITY. RANDOM-ACCESS STORES
THE CATHODE-RAY TUBE AS A COMMUTATING DEVICE IN LARGELCMT61
99
THE DESIGN AND OPERATION Of A PARALLEL-TYPE CA,THOoE-RAY-TUBE STORAGE SYSTEM
IEES56 319
ETHOO OF CENTRAL DIFFERENCES FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE CAUCHY PROBLEM FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (GE BIT 632 97
STUDY OF RESPONSES TO INTENSITY. TEMPORAL ANDI
THE CAUDAL PHOTORECEPTOR OF THE CRAYFISH. A QUANTITATIVE SJCC62 159
A LARGE CAPACITY CRYOELECTRIC MEMORY WITH CAVITY SENSING
FJCC63
91
SOLUTION OF NAVAL NUMERICAL WEATHER PROBLEMS ICoC 16041
CAS 60
91
OF THE OPERATION OF A PERSISTENT-SUPERCURRENT MEMORY CELL
AN ANALYSIS IBMJ574 304
COMPUTATIONS OF NERVE AND HEART CELL ACTIVITY
AUS 63 B.I0
EXPERIMENTS ON A THREE-CORE CELL FOR HIGH-SPEED MEMORIES
NCR 554 64
SIMULATION OF AN ASSEMBLY OF SIMPLIFIED NERVE CELL MODELS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
FJCC63
15
THE ORGANIZATION AND REORGANIZATION OF EMBRYONIC CELLS
SOS 59 101
CASCADED SWITCHING NETWORKS OF TWD-INPUT FLEXIBLE CELLS
PGEC622 136
SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOSED OF COMBINATIONAL CELLS
ITERATIVE PGEC622 123
STRAIGHT
HOW A RANDOM ARRAY OF CELLS CAN LEARN TO TELL WHETHER A STRAIGHT LINE IS
SOS 61 315
INTERCOMMUNICATING CELLS. BASIS FOR A OISTRIBUTEO LOGIC COMPUTER
FJCC62 130
THE CELLSCAN SYSTEM. A LEUCOCYTE PATTERN ANALYZER
WJCC61 173
DATA-RROCESSING TASKS FOR THE 1960 CENSUS
CAS 57
29
COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS. THE IMPLICATION OF CENSUS EXPERIENCE
WJCC53
49
CENSUS EXPERIENCE OPERATING A UNIVAC SYSTEM
DNR 53
30
THE APPLICATION TCJ5634 264
OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER TO THE 1961 POPULATION CENSUS OF GREAT BRITAIN
ENTS ANO PLANS FOR THE TABULATIONS OF THE 1960 WORLD CENSUS OF POPULATION AND AGRICULTURE
oEVELoPM ICC 582 22
PERFORMANCE OF THE CENSUS UNIVAC SYSTEM
EJCC51
16
LSU 55 171
PLANS FOR THE GEORGIA TECH COMPUTER CENTER
LSU 55 177
THOUGHTS ON THE ORGANIZAIION OF A COMPUTING CENTER
SMALL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS USING A UNIVAC COMPUTING CENTER
PACM56
11
J.E.I.D.A. AND ITS COMPUTER CENTER
CACM590 10
CA8S62 140
THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTER
EVOLUTION OF OoCUMENT ICSI581 731
CONTROL IN A MATERIALS DETERIORATION INFORMATION CENTER
PREPARATIONS FOR TRACKING A EJCC51
58
RTIFICIAL EARTH-SATELLITES AT THE VANGUARD COMPUTING CENTER
CACM600 519
REPORT 0". CONFERENCE OF UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTER OIRECTORS
CREATION OF AN INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION
ICSI582 1517
FIELD OF AUTCMATIC PROGI
THE WORK OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE ACAOEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USSR IN THE HTP 58 257
ACTIVITIES OF THE COMPUTING CENTER OF THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE
ICC 622 115
CLUN55 215
THE CORNELL COMPUTING CENTER. A MINIMAL UNIVERSITY COMPUTING LABORATORY
POTENTIAL ROLES OF THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTERS
LSU 58
8
GENERAL PROBLEMS CONFRONTING COMPUTING CENTERS
ICC 6112 10
A VISIT TO COMPUTATION CENTERS IN THE SOVIET UNION
CACM596
8
WJCC56 126
THE RCA BIZMAC SYSTEM CENTRAL
NOTES ON DATA PROCESSING IN THE CENTRAL BUREAU Of STATISTICS OF NORWAY
ICC 622 108
CAS 51
1
LINE RESERVATlCNS SYSTEM
A CENTRAL COMPUTER INSTALLATION AS A PART OF AN AIRCENTRAL CONTROL OF ONE MILLION PARTS LOCATIONS
CAN 62
53
THE CENTRAL CONTROL UNIT OF THE ATLAS COMPUTER
IFIP62 657
OBLEM FOR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EI
ON THE METHOD OF CENTRAL DIFFERENCES FOR THE SOLUTION OF THE CAUCHY PR BIT 632 97
CENTRAL EUROPEAN COMPUTERS
CACM599 14
MODELS AND THE LOCALIZATION OF FUNCTION IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
MTP 58 669
THE CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
PCS 62 202
WOC062 214
THE I'UL TI-LI S T CENTRAL PROCESSOR
IBMJ592 126
INTERATOMIC-FORCE CONSTANTS FROM A CENTRAL-FORCE LAW
DATA TRANSMISSION. COMMUNICATION TO CENTRALISED PROCESSING SYSTEMS
AUS 63 A.1S
PROBLEMS OF CENTRALIZATION
HARV55
11
CAS 62
31
MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE CENTRALIZED ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
A CENTRALIZEO DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM
WJCC54 172
TCJ3603 131
THE ORGANIZATION OF A UNIVERSITY COMPUTING CENTRE
TCB5611 11
THE ORGANISATION OF AN ADP CENTRE
ICC 623 163
THE NETHERLANDS AUTOMATIC INFORMATION PROCESSING CENTRE
AUS 63 A.13
CONTROL .AND ADMINISTRATION OF A DATA PROCESSING CENTRE
CONTROLS AUS 63 A.14
AND ADMINISTRATION IN RELATION TO A OATA PROCESSING CENTRE
DATA PROCESSING SYSTEM AT THE AIR FORCE MISSILE TEST CENTRE
THE INTEGRATED AUS 572 218
UTILISATION OF AN ANALOGUE-TO- IFIP62 236
DIGITAL LINKAGE SYSTEM IN A BIG SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING CENTRE
A DOLLAR AND CENTS APPROACH TO ELECTRONICS
CAS 55
15
SPATIALLY ITERATEO MEMORY ORGAN PATTERNED AFTER THE CEREBRAL CORTEX
A PACM61 2C3
OFFICE
AN APPLICATION OF THE IBM 650 EDPM TO CERTAIN ACTUARIAL PROBLEMS OF A LARGE LIFE ASSURANCE AUS 60 A3.1
NSTRAINT EQUATIONS
ON THE REDUCTION OF ERROR IN CERTAIN ANALOG COMPUTER CALCULATIONS BY THE USE OF CO WJCC60 113
SCME PROPOSALS FOR THE REALIZATION OF A CERTAIN ASSEMBLY PROGRAM
TCJ3614 220
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN BINARY DIVISION ALGORITHMS
PIRE611 91
NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF A CERTAIN BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEM
81T 621 61
A NOTE ON EXTENDING CERTAIN CODES TO CORRECT ERROR BURSTS IN LONGER
18MJ612 1,1
MESSAGES
A STUDY OF CERTAIN COMBINATORIAL PROBLEMS THROUGH EXPERIMENTS ON LSU 55 101
COMPUTING MACHINES
A REMARKABLE QUARTIC YIELOING CERTAIN DIVISORS OF MER SENNE NUMBERS
BIT 632 122
COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF CERTAIN ECONOMETRIC PROBLEMS
HARV49 348
I. BANDWIDTH LIMITATIONS
AN ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
PGEC514 255
PGEC581 17
I. CAPACITOR OIELECTRIC ABSORPTION
AN ANALYSIS OF CERTAIN ERRORS IN ELECTRONIC DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZERS
CERTAIN
FORMAL
LANGUAGES
ROME62
65
A GENERAL PRDCESSOR FOR
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF CERTAIN INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE FIRST KIND
JACM621 84
JACM611 21
RECURSIVE COMPUTATION OF CERTAIN INTEGRALS
TCJ2593 130
MATRIX METHODS
SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LARGE SETS OF EQUATIONS ON PEGASUS USING
A NOTE ON NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LINEAR BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
JACM5B3 258
PACM56
14
GENERATED ERROR IN THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN LINEAR DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
(FRENCHI
ICIP59 348
CONSIDERATIONS OF CERTAIN LOGICAL DESIGN ASPECTS OF THE GAMMA 60
SINGULAR RULES FOR CERTAIN NON-LINEAR ALGORITHMS
BIT 633 175
HARV49 2Bl
A STATISTICAL METHOD FOR CERTAIN NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
HARV47 157
ON COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES FOR CERTAIN PROBLE~S IN FLUID DYNAMICS
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN PROBLEMS OCCURRING IN THE STUDY OF FLUID FLOW
ING
SOME COMBINATORIAL PROPERTIES OF CERTAIN TREES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SEARCHING AND SORT
NOTE ON THE SOLUTION OF CERTAIN TRl-DUGONAL SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
ON THE COMPUTATION OF THE NUMBER OF SOLUTIONS OF CERTAIN TRINOMIAL CONGRUENCES
ON THE COMPUTATION OF A CERTAIN TYPE OF INCOMPLETE BETA FUNCTIONS
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF CG 2<\
THE USE OF CYCLIC-PERMUTED CHAIN CODES FOR DIGITISERS
A COMPUTER SIMULATION CHAIN FOR RESEARCH ON PICTURE CODING
STRUCTURES
THE USE OF CHAIN LIST MATRICES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF COBOL DATA
RANDOM ACCESS SYSTEMS FOR CHAIN STORE ACCOUNTING
AN INDIRECT CHAINING METHOt FOR ADDRESSING ON SECONDARY KEYS
THE CHAINING TECHNIQUE FOR ASSOCIATIVE SENTENCE RETRIEVAL
COMPUTATIONAL CHAINS AND THE SIMPLIFICATION OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS
ALT NEW CHAIRMAN OF X3.<\
COMPUTERS CHALLENGE ENGINEERING EDUCATION
THE CHALLENGE OF AUTOMATION IN EDUCATION
PHOTO-INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM FOR THE ANALYSIS OF SPARK CHAMBER DATA
PIP, A
THE MEASUREMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGE
COMPUTERS AND CHANGE-RINGING
A CARD CHANGEABLE NONDESTRUCTIVE READOUT TWISTOR STORE
LARGE-CAPACITY CARD CHANGEABLE PERMANENT MAGNET TWISTOR MEMORY
CAPACITY
A CARD-CHANGEABLE PERMANENT-MAGNET-TWISTDR MEMDRY OF LARGE
SITE PREPARATION AND CHANGEOVER PROBLEMS
ENCY BEHAVIOR OF VERY THIN SUPERCONOUCTING FILMS AND CHANGES IN CRITICAL TEMPERATURE PRODUCED BY ELECTROST
LOGIC BY ORDERED FLUX CHANGES IN MULTIPATH FERRITE CORES
SOME CHANGES IN OUTLOOK SINCE DESK-COMPUTING DAYS
OIGITAL TECHNIQUES
CHANGING FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL PROGRAMMING BY
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES, PART 1
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES, PART 2
VOLTAGES
MULTI-CHANNEL ANALOG-OIGITA~ CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DC
CHANNEL ANALYSIS FOR THE IBM 7090
A FOUR-CHANNEL CODED-DECIMAL ELECTROSTATIC MACHINE
A PARALLEL CHANNEL COMPUTING MACHINE
W.A.C. MK.2, A PARALLEL NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER
A NINE CHANNEL DIGITAL TO ANALOGUE CONVERTER
CODING FOR MULTIPLE ASYMMETRIC ERRORS IN ONE CHANNEL OF A MULTICHANNEL SYSTEM
SIMULATION OF AN INFORMATION CHANNEL ON THE IBM 10<\ COMPUTER
A TRANSISTORIZED, MULTI-CHANNEL, AIRBORNE VOLTAGE-TO-DIGITAL CONVERTER
CHANNELS WITH SIDE INFORMATION AT THE TRANSMITTER
A PROPOSAL FOR CHARACTER CODE COMPATABILITY
CONSIDERATIONS IN CHOOSING A CHARACTER CODE FOR COMPUTERS AND PUNCHED TAPES
EQUIPMENT
MAGNETIC INK CHARACTER DEVELOPMENTS, INCLUDING SYSTEMS AND
THE TYPOTRON, A NOVEL CHARACTER DISPLAY STORAGE TUBE
A VERSATILE CHARACTER GENERATOR WITH DIGITAL INPUT
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN FORTRAN
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN FORTRAN
CHARACTER MANIPULATION IN 1620 FORTRAN II
CHARACTER HANI PULA TI ON IN 7090 FORTRAN
CHARACTER QUALITY AND SCANNER ORGANIZATION
AN ADAPTIVE CHARACTER READER
CHARACTER READER FOR 8ANK DATA PROCESSOR
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR STYLIZED FONT CHARACTER READERS
FACTORS IN THE PRACTICAL UTILIZATION OF OPTICAL CHARACTER READERS
SOME IMPORTANT
INFORMATION-THEORETIC ASPECTS OF CHARACTER READING
THE POTENTIAL FIELD AS AN AID TO CHARACTER RECOGNITION
CHARACTER RECOGNITION
SOME COMMENTS ON CHARACTER RECOGNITION
A NEW TECHNIQUE IN AUTOMATIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION
AN ANALOG METHOD FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION
WEIGHTED AREA SCANNING TECHNIQUES FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION
THE USE OF MULTIPLE AUTO-CORRELATION IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION
DOCUMENT HANDLING AND CHARACTER RECOGNITION
A STREAM-FOLLOWING TECHNIQUE FOR USE IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION
A NEW METHOD FOR AUTOMATIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION
APPROXIMATION AND TRANSLATIONAL INVARIANCE IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION
ANALYTIC
CHARACTER RECOGNITION AND DOCUMENT HANDLING IN BANKS
CHARACTER RECOGNITION AS·SIGNAL DETECTION IN NOISE
RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION AT M.I.T.
SPECIAL FLYING-SPOT SCANNER
CHARACTER RECOGNITION BY DIGITAL COMPUTER USING A
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE DESIGN OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION DEVICES
S
WIDE-TOLERANCE OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION FOR EXISTING PRINTING MECHANISM
USE OF A COMPUTER TO DESIGN CHARACTER RECOGNITION LOGIC
MDDERN TRENDS IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION MACHINES
COMPANY
OEVELOPMENTS IN CHARACTER RECOGNITION MACHINES AT RABINOW ENGINEERING
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM
AN OPTICAL CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM USING A VIDICON SCANNER
OPTIMUM CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM USING DECISION FUNCTION
AN OPTIMUM CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEM USING DECISION FUNCTIONS
CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEMS
OPTIMIZATION OF REFERENCE SIGNALS FOR CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEMS
NETS OF NEURCN-LIKE ELEMENTS
PATTERN AND CHARACTER RECOGNITION SYSTEMS, PICTURE PROCESSING BY
CHARACTER RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES FOR ADDRESS READING
ALPHA-NUMERIC CHARACTER RECOGNITION USING LOCAL OPERATIONS
HANOLING IN AN AOP SYSTEM
THE PLACE OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION, DATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT
HANDLING IN A.D.P. SYSTEMS
THE PLACE OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION, OATA TRANSMISSION AND DOCUMENT
SURVEY OF CODED CHARACTER REPRESENTATION
CHARACTER REPRESENTATION AND STORAGE SYSTEMS
CHARACTER SCANNING ON THE IBM 1070
AUTOMATIC REGISTRAtiON IN HIGH-SPEED CHARACTER SENSING EQUIPMENT
AUTOMATIC TYPE SIZE NCRMALIZATION IN HIGH SPEED CHARACTER SENSING EQUIPMENT
CONVENTIONAL BUSINESS DEVICES
A RELIABLE CHARACTER SENSING SYSTEM FOR DOCUMENTS PREPARED ON
CHARACTER SET
SOME THOUGHTS ON RECONCILING VARIOUS CHARACTER SET PROPOSALS
CORRIGENOA TO 'SOME THOUGHTS ON RECONCILING VARIOUS CHARACTER SET PROPOSALS'
SYSTEM
THE ROLE OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION DEVICES IN OATA-PROCESSING
SHAREHOLDER RECORD-HANDLING WITH THE AID OF ·CHARACTER-RECOGNITION EQUIPMENT
A GENERALIZED SCANNER FOR PATTERN- AND CHARACTER-RECOGNITION STUDIES
A CHARACTER-RECOGNITION STUDY
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEM IFRENCHI
COMPUTER SYNTHESIS OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEMS
110

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

CAS - CHA
CAS 57
JACM621

91
13
327
JACM57<\ 505
CACM63N 6B9
EJCC58
91
ICIP59 <\1<\
WCR 58<\ <\1
PACM62
7<\
AUS 60 A<\.l
CACM615 218
PACM62 11<\
PGEC622 173
CACM639 505
WJCC55
<\1
PLCI61
3
CACM636 332
WJCC59 321
rCJ3601 <\7
WJCC59
<\1
LCMT61 171
PGEC613 <\51
CAN 58 269
ONR 60 153
NCR 58<\ 26B
TCB663<\ 121
JACM601 10
CACM588 12
CACM589
9
WJCC5<\ 113
PACM61 12(3
MSEE<\6<\ <\6
MSEE<\6<\ <\5
AUS 60 C<\.<\
AUS 512 213
PGEC625 655
WJCC59
81
WCR 51<\ 28<\
IBMJ58<\ 2B9
CACM602 71
TCJ361<\ 202
AUS 60 A9.2
NCR ~5<\ 129
WCR 59<\ 16
CACH628 <\32
CACM632 65
CACH62D 602
CACM638 440
TCJ4612 137
WCR 60<\ 29
SAC158
5
OCR 62 115
OCR 62 129
ICIP59 2<\8
ICIP59 24<\
EOPS61 558
TCJ4612 11<\
TCJ<\612 121
PGEC613 502
OCR 62 191
OCR 62 305
TCB6623 95
NCR 63<\ 6<\
PGEC635 521
OCR 62 181
TCJ<\612 151
OCR 62 1<\9
OCR 62 209
TCJ<\612 129
NCR 574 119
OCR 62
93
EJCC59 205
NSMT60 511
OCR 62
27
PGEC636 81<\
OCR 62
13
WCR 514 121
PGEC57<\ 247
CAN 60 346
PGEC601 5<\
WJCC59 304
OCR 62
51
EJCC59 21B
TCB5611 19
TCJ4612 161
CACM60D 639
CAN 58 120
CACM60N 622
EJCC51 238
NCR 584 318
WCR 51<\ III
PCS 62
60
CACM601 408
CACM600 540
CAS 58
5<\
CAS 59
1
WJCC59 291
IBMJ603 335
IFIP62 456
PGEC61<\ 135
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SOME COMMUNICATION ASPECTS OF
METHOD FOR SYNTHESIZING THE WAVEFORM GENERATED BY A
ON THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF
TION OF SWITCHING FUNCTIONS
ON THE OANILEWSKI METHOD FOR COMPUTING THE
ON COMPUTING THE EXACT
THE EXACT DETERMINATION OF THE
MATRIX
THE METHOD OF LANCLOS FOR CALCULATING THE
SOME INVERSE
REMARKS ON THE PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF
THE
MATRICES

CHARACTER-SENSING SYSTEMS
CHARACTER, PRINTED IN MAGNETIC INK, IN PASSING BENEAT
CHARACTERISTIC EQUATIONS IN FLUTTER ANALYSIS
CHARACTERISTIC NUMBERS AND THEIR USE IN THE DECOMPOSI
CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL
CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL
CHARACTERISTIC POLYNOMIAL OF A MATRIX
CHARACTERISTIC ROOTS AND VECf'ORS OF A REAL SYMMETRIC
CHARACTERISTIC VALUE PROBLEMS
CHARACTERISTIC VALUE PROBLEMS
CHARACTERISTIC VALUE-VECTOR PROBLEM
CHARACTERISTIC VALUES AND VECTORS OF DEFECTIVE
CHARACTERISTIC VALUES OF ARBITRARY MATRICES
HEROIDAL WAVE EQUATION
PROGRAMMING FOR FINDING CHARACTERISTIC VALUES OF MATHIEUS EQUATION AND THE SP
EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURES ON TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS
EFFECT OF RESIDUAL GASES ON SUPERCONOUCTING FILM CHARACTERISTICS
PTIMIZATION OF ANALOG COMPUTER LINEAR SYSTEM DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
o
THEORETICAL
AND EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF RZ AND NRZ RECORDING CHARACTERISTICS
BIZMAC II COMPUTER, CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS
PARAMETRIC PHASE-LOCKEO OSCILLATOR, CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS TO DIGITAL SYSTEMS
ELECTRONIC ANALOG SWITCH
CHARACTERISTICS AND OPERATIONS OF A HIGH-SPEED
THE DETERMINATION OF CONTROL SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS BY SIMULATION
PROGRAMMING OF THE METHOD OF CHARACTERISTICS FOR AXISYMMETRIC FLOW
CIRCUITS
TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS FOR DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC
ON SMOOTHING OF PULP QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS IN A FLOW SYSTEM
THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS OF A COMPUTER CONTROLLER FOR USE IN
COINCIDENT-CURRENT MEMORY
CHARACTERISTICS OF A HIGH-SPEED MULTIPATH CORE FOR A
CHARACTERISTICS OF A LOGISTICS COMPUTER
FILM MEMORY DEVICE
CHARACTERISTICS OF A MULTIPLE MAGNETIC PLANE THIN
G NEW FIXED LENGTH RECORD SORTING TECHI
DESIGN AND CHARACTERISTICS OF A VARIABLE-LENGTH RECDRO SORT USIN
ALLOYS
CHARACTERISTICS OF BULK AND THIN FILM SUPERCONOUCTING
DISCUSSION, PART II
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS OF THE SECOND DECADE,
REVIEW
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPUTERS OF THE SECOND DECADE, A
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CRYOGENIC COMPONENTS
COMPUTERS
CHARACTERISTICS OF CURRENTLY AVAILABLE SMALL DIGITAL
FOR USE IN DIGITAL SYSTEMS
ENGINEERING CHARACTERISTICS OF CYLINDRICAL THIN FILM PARAMETRONS
QUANT ITA TI VE CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS
CHARACTERISTICS OF FILM CRYOTRONS
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF IRSIA-FNRS COMPUTER (FRENCH)
AL METHODS
CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME RECENT STUDIES OF INSTRUCTION
SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF SORTING IN COMPUTING SYSTEMS USING
RANDOM ACCESS STORAGE DEVICES
PROVING GROUND
OPERATING EFFICIENCIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COMPUTING MACHINES AT ABERDEEN
PHYSICS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CROSSED fILM CRYOTRON, A
REVIEW
BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENIAC
RELIABILITY AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ILLIAC ELECTROSTATIC MEMORY
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MEDIUM SCALE COMPUTERS
'S DECIMAL CCMPUTER, THE CRC 102-0
OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ORACLE
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
T ANNEALS
THE SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS OF 4-79 PERMALLOY CORES WITH DIFFEREN
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACP CIRCUITS
ON THE EXCEPTIONAL CASE IN A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARCS OF A COMPLETE GRAPH
II
MENTS ON THE MECHANIZATION OF GAME-LEARNING, PART I, CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MODEL AND ITS PARAMETERS
CHARACTERIZATION OF TUNNEL DIOOE PERFORMANCE IN TERMS
OF DEVICE FIGURE OF MERIT AND CIRCUIT TIME CONSTI
AUTOl'ATA .
CHARACTERIZING EXPERIMENTS FOR FINITE-MEMORY BINARY
DEVICES FOR READING HANDWRITTEN CHARACTERS
A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD COCE FOR 256 CHARACTERS
RECOGNITION OF SLOPPY, HAND-PRINTED CHARACTERS
RECOGNITION OF MIXED-FONT IMPERFECT CHARACTERS
CLASSIFICATION AND RECOGNITION OF HAND-PRINTED CHARACTERS
A CLASS OF MACHINES WHICH
DETERMINE THE STATISTICAL STRUCTURE OF A SEQUENCE OF CHARACTERS
THE DESIGN OF A LOGIC FOR THE RECOGNITION OF PRINTED CHARACTERS BY SIMULATION
DESIGN OF LOGIC FOR RECOGNITION OF PRINTED CHARACTERS BY SIMULATION
COMMENTS
ON 'A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD COCE FOR 256 CHARAC TER S'
HIGH SPEED COMPUTER OUTPUT DEVICES UTILIZING THE CHARACTRON SHAPED BEAM TUBE
THE USE OF THE CHARACTRON WITH ERA 1103
CHARGE TRANSPORT MECHANISMS IN THE TRANSFER OF LATENT
ELECTROSTATIC IMAGES TO DIELECTRIC SURFACES
APPLICATIONS OF THE CHARGE-CONTROL THEORY
ES IN CRITICAL TEMPERATURE PRODUCED BY ELECTROSTATIC CHARGING
IVERY THIN SUPERCONDUCTING FILMS AND CHANG
AUTOMATIC PREPARATION OF FLOW CHART LI STINGS
A CHART METHOD FOR SIMPLIFYING TRUTH FUNCTIONS
A SYNfACTICAL CHART OF ALGOL 60
PROPOSED STANDARD FLOW CHART SYMBOLS
FLOW OUTLINING, A SUBSTITUTE FOR FLOW CHARTING
A PROGRAM TO DRAW MULTILEVEL FLOW CHARTS
AUTOMATIC PRODUCTION OF METEOROLOGICAL CONTOUR CHARTS
TABLES, FLOW CHARTS AND PROGRAM LOGIC
FRAMES
THE PREPARATION OF CHARTS FOR THE PLASTIC DESIGN OF MILD STEEL PORTAL
SYNTACTICAL CHARTS OF COBOL 61
SYSTEMS
A TRANSISTOR-CIRCUIT CHASSIS FOR HIGH RELIABILITY IN MISSILE-GUIDANCE
CHEBYCHEFF ALSC SEE 'TSHEBYSHEFF'
ON A CHEBYCHEFF FITTING CRITERION
A CHEBYCHEFF FITTING CRITERION
CLASS OF FUNCTIONS
CHEBYSHEV APPROXIMATION OF A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION BY A
RATIONAL CHEBYSHEV APPROXIMATIONS OF ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS
AL EQUAT IONS
CHEBYSHEV COLLOCATION METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTI
JACOBI METHCD FOR SOLVING SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY CHEBYSHEV EXTRAPOLATION WHEN THE EIGENVALUES OF THE I
CHEBYSHEV METHODS FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
LINEAR SYSTEI'S
CHEBYSHEV POLYNOMIALS IN THE SOLUTION OF LARGE-SCALE
IVE OVER-RELAXATION PROCESS AND ITS COMBINATION WITH CHEBYSHEV SEMI-ITERATlON
ElGEtlVALUES OF THE SUCCESS
THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE HEAT EQUATION USING CHEBYSHEV SERIES
OF NONLINEAR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN CHEBYSHEV SERIES
THE SOLUTION
THE NUMERICAL
SOLUTION OF FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS USING CHEBYSHEV SERIES
FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
A CHEBYSHEV SERIES METHOD FOR THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF
AN IMPROVED DECIMAL REDUNDANCY CHECK
NOTES ON GEOMETRIC WEIGHTED CHECK DIGIT VERIFICATION
A REDUNDANCY CHECK FOR ALGOL PROGRAMS
CHECKABLE ADDITION CIRCUITS
THE JOVIAL CHECKER
SOME STUDIES IN MACHINE lEARNING, USING THE GAME OF CHECKERS
111

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

CER - CHE
WJCC59 176
PGEC584 217
JACM581 45
PACM52P 275
PACM61 5M
PACM62 104
ICIP59
62
IEES56 Ilit
J ACM563 203
CACM596 38
JACM573 298
CACM633 106
PACM56
19
PECS52
lit
I BMJ581 54
ONR 60 262
WJCC61 315
PGEC632 92
NEWC57
57
PGEC593 277
NCR 634 25
AUS 63 C.21
PACM56
16
PGEC5Bl
6
BIT 624 203
40
EJCC57
PGEC623 405
PWCS54
77
WJCC60
91
CACM635 264
DNR 60 249
TCB4614 145
TCB4603 B8
ICIP59 455
EJCC54
11
FJCC63 551
HACC59
4
ONR 60 198
EC IP55
66
PLCI61
13
CACM635 248
PACM52T 13
DNR 60
14
HARV47
31
EJCC53
72
CAS 56
6
EJCC54
40
ANL 53 194
WJCC56 133
PGEC583 22B
IBMJ633 207
IBMJ605 487
TCJ6633 232
I BMJ622 110
PGEC604 469
EJCC57 232
CACM599 19
WJCC60 133
OCR 62 213
NCR 634 75
WCR 594 66
I EES56 456
I BIU571
B
CACM59N 12
SACI58
51
WJCC56
34
IBMJ62Z 192
PGEC623 314
ONR 60 153
JACM581 57
PACM5ZP 121
CACM619 393
CACM590 17
CACM59N 17
WJCC59 131
PACM62
66
I BSJ621 51
AUS 60 B6.3
CACM6Z5 260
EJCC57 132
PACM56
3
JACM581 22
JACM571 3D
BIT 6lit 256
TCJ6644 358
TCJ6632 169
TCJ462" 318
PACM52T 12"
TCJ6633 250
AUS 60B'S.2
TCJ6631 88
AUS 63 B.19
TCJ6631 102
CACM5B5 10
CACM61D 551
CACM626 337
CAMB49
91
WJCC61 397
IBMJ593 210
111

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CHA - CIR

CATH63
71
MSEE"6" 35
CAMB"9 106
PACM52T 29
EJCC53
99
PGEC5B3 207
CACM607 418
JACM61Z 186
AUTOMATIC CHECKOUT NCR 594 218
CAMB49
61
A LARGE ROUTINE
AOC 53 239
AND AUTOMATIC ROUTINING OF THE EDSAC
AND AUTOMATIC ROUTINING OF THE EDSAC
NCR 537 66
AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMING
RELI PGEC564 233
BINARY RESULTS OF DIGITAL-COMPUTER ARITHMETI JACM553 205
BY WEIGHTED COUNTS
eAMB"9
9"
NCR 537 62
CIRCUITS AND DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINES
PACM61 13B1
CODES
CAMB49
96
FACILITIES
CACM637 384
FOR lOOPS IN NETWORKS
EJCC54
22
HIGH-SPEED PRINTER
RMCS60
14
CH~CKING IN AUTOMATIC COMPUTATION
MSEE"64 34
RELIABILITY AND CHECKING IN DIGITAL COMPUTING SYSTEMS
NCR 531 48
DIAGNOSTIC PROGRAMS AND MARGINAL CHECKING IN THE WHIRLWIND I COMPUTER
IBMJ592 163
ON CODES FOR CHECKING LOGICAL OPERATIONS
BIT 611 4B
A METHOD FOR CHECKING NUMERICAL CODES USING THE 1401
TCJ6632 I)"
COMPUTER
THE CHECKING OF COMPUTER LOGIC BY SIMULATION ON A
S SYSTEM
THE PREPARATION AND CHECKING OF THE MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF A GUIDED WEAPON "US 60B'10.4
CHECKING PROCEDURE AND CIRCUITS
CAMB49
89
A SELF-CHECKING SYSTEM FOR HIGH-SPEED TRANSMISSION OF MAGNET EJCC57 190
IC-TAPE DIGITAL DATA
A NEW METHOD OF CHECKING THE CONSISTENCY OF PRECEDENCE MATRICES
JACM592 16"
EJCC58 108
THE RECORDING, CHECKING, AND PRINTING OF LOGIC DIAGRAMS
CACM593
8
A CHECKLIST OF INTELLIGENCE FOR PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
EJCC60
83
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAM OF THE BMEWS CHECKOUT DATA PROCESSOR
NCR 594 218
DIAGNOSTIC C~ECKING
AUTOMATIC CHECKOUT EQUIPMENT FEATURING TEST PROGRAMS FOR
WJCC59 217
THE ACRE CO~PUTER, A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A MISSILE CHECKOUT SYSTEM
EJCC61 232
THE SATURN AUTOMATIC CHECKOUT SYSTEM
EJCC53
96
SOME REMARKS ON LOGICAL DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING CHECKS
ICSI581 671
CONVENTIONAL AND INVERTED GROUPING OF CODES FOR CHEMICAL DATA
THE USE TCJ2593 145
OF COMPUTERS FOR ECONOMIC PLANNING IN THE PETROLEUM CHEMICAL INDUS TRY
SIMULATION AND A CACM61D 559
NALYSIS OF BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMS, I, REPRESENTATION OF CHEMICAL KINETICS
IS OF THE'
MACHINE TRANSLATION OF RUSSIAN ORGANIC CHEMICAL NAMES INTO ENGLISH BY ANALYSIS AND RESYNTHES MTL 611 265
TCJ3603 150
SIMULATION OF FULL-SCALE MUlTI-STAGE BATCHWISE CHEMICAL PLANT
CAN 62 258
ON-LINE COMPUTER CONTROL OF A CHEMICAL PLANT
CLUN5'>
63
APPLICATION OF HIGH-SPEED COMPUTING TO CHEMICAL PROBLEMS
CAS 62 194
ON-LINE COMPUTER OPTIMIZATION OF A CHEMICAL PROCESS
OF OIGITAL CO~PUTERS IN THE DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
THE ROLE WJCC59 107
SEARCHED GENERICALLY WITH IBM 702
PRINTING CHEMICAL STRUC TURES ELECTRONICALLY, ENCODED COMPOUNDS ICSI581 711
HARV512 316
CHEMICAL SWITCHES
MTl 611 249
LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN CHEMICAL TERMI NOLOGY
ICSI581 545
REVIEW LITERATURE AND THE CHEMIST
JACM57" 393
COMPUTATIONS IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
THE PROSPECTS FOR JACM612 2"0
THE UTILIZATION OF INFORMATIONAL-lOGICAL MACHINES IN CHEMISTRY IUSSR)
IBMJ613 218
THE USE OF RADIOISOTOPES TO DETERMINE THE CHEMISTRY OF SOLDER FLUX
JACM512 174
EXPERIMENTS IN CHESS
WJCC55 101
TASK BY ADAPTATION
THE CHESS MACHINE, AN EXAMPLE OF DEALING WITH A COMPLEX
WJCC58 151
A CHESS PLAYING PROGRAM FOR THE IBM 704
CHESS-PLAYING PROGRAMS AND THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEXITY I BMJ584 320
CHESS-PLAYING PROGRAMS AND THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEXITY CATH63
39
ANALOGUE CALCULATION OF CHI SQUARED FOR THE TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS
BIT 614 22"
IN TWO VARIABLES
CHIC, A 7090 PROGRAM TO COMPUTE HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES PACM61 6A"
INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTER RESEARCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
THE ICC 623 159
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE ABACUS
JACM591 102
CACM60N 621
THE SUMADOR CHINO
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
WJCC61 133
SIMULATION OF BEHAVIOR IN THE BINARY CHOICE EXPERIMENT
CATH63 329
FACTORS AFFECTING CHOICE OF MEMORY ELEMENTS
WJCC61 405
MICROPROGRAMMING AND THE CHOICE OF ORDER CODE
ADC 53
71
TAPES
CONSIDERATIONS IN CHOOSING A CHARACTER CODE FOR COMPUTERS AND PUNCHED
TCJ3614 202
CHOOSING A NUMBER BASE
pes 62
"2
CHOOSING YOUR COMPUTER
TCB5613 117
CHRYSLER OPTICAL PROCESSING SCANNER
EJCC61 352
CHRYSLER'S INITIAL EDPM APPLICATION
LSU 56
23
DNR 52
18
THE CIRCLE COMPUTER
LEAST SQUARES FITTING OF A GREAT CIRCLE THROUGH POINTS ON A SPHERE
CACM60N 611
eACM61B
353
A NOTE ON FITTING GREAT CIRCLES BY LEAST SQUARES
PGEC5lt2 45
A SUB-AUDIO TIME DELAY CIRCUIT
PGEC564 213
PULSE GENERATOR AND HIGH-SPEED MEMORY CIRCUIT
WCR 574 231
THE TRANSISTOR NOR CIRCUIT
A GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT
JACM6l't "84
CALCULATED EJCC60 233
WAVEFORMS FOR THE TUNNEL DIODE LOCKED-PAIR CIRCUIT
THE AMPLIFICATION OF THE BALANCED-PAIR TUNNEL-DIODE CIRCUIT
'S OF THE EFFECT OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON PGEC633 269
EAN FUNCTIONS CF N VARIABLES USING A SINGLE MAGNETIC CIRCUIT
'STRAIGHTFORWARD WAY OF GENERATING ALL BOOl PGEC612 151
FERRITE TOROID CORE CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
PGEC611 51
PGEC591
8
A GENERALIZED RESISTOR-TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUIT AND SOME APPLICATIONS
A DIRECT READ-OUT BISTABLE CIRCUIT AND SOME APPLICATIONS OF IT
WJCC58 1310
GUIDANCE SYSTEMS
A TRANSISTOR-CIRCUIT CHASSIS FOR HIGH RELIABILITY IN MISSILEEJCC57 132
ION
A DIRECT-READING PRINTED-CIRCUIT COMMUTATOR FOR ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL DATA CONVERS IBMJ583 178
THE CIRCUIT COMPONENTS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
FTT 53
32
A MULTILAYER ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTER
PGEC636 781
ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTERS
WOC062 156
COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
ON ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTERS CONSTRUCTED OF MICROELECTRONIC
WJCC60 259
DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC
HARV572 201
CIRCUIT CONSIDERATIONS AND LOGICAL DESIGN WITH
MACHINE AID FOR SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN
PI RE53D 13"8
HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTOR COMPUTER CIRCUIT DESIGN
EJCC56
64
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR DEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, CIRCUIT DESIGN
PGEC564 227
BOOLEAN MATRIX EQUATIONS IN DIGITAL CIRCUIT DESIGN
PGEC592 131
STATISTICS AND CIRCUIT DESIGN
RMCS60
50
DESIGN OF AN ALL-MAGNETIC COMPUTING SYSTEM, PART I CIRCUIT DESIGN
PGEC612 207
APPLICATION OF BOOLEAN ALGEBRA TO SWITCHING CIRCUIT DESIGN AND TO ERROR DETECTION
PGEC543
6
LONGEST MEAN TIME TO FAILURE
CIRCUIT DESIGN EMPLOYING A DIGITAL COMPUTER TO ATTAIN NCR 574 115
SOME STUDIES IN MACHINE LEARNING USING THE GAME OF CHECKERS
RELIABILITY AND CHECKING
REMARKS ON CHECKING
COMPUTER AIDS TO CODE"CHECKING
THE ADVANTAGES OF BUILT-IN CHECKING
GENERALIZED PARITY CHECKING
COMBINING ALGOL STATEMENT ANALYSIS WITH VALIDITY CHECKING
TWO-DIMENSIONAL PARITY CHECKING
EQUIPMENT FEATURING TEST PROGRAMS FOR DIAGNOSTIC CHECKING
CHECKING
EXPERIENCE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING
EXPERIENCE WITH MARGINAL CHECKING
ABILITY OF AN AIR DEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, MARGINAL CHECKING
C OPERATIONS
A SIMPLE DESK-CALCULATOR METHOD FOR CHECKING
CHECKING
CHECKING
RESIDUE CLASS ERROR CHECKING
CHECKING
CHECKING
A SELF-CHECKING

112

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CL~

CHE - ClR

WJCC61 IB5
TO CIRCUIT DESIGN FOR UNIVAC LARC
PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE CIRCUIT DESIGN OF ATROPOS. A 5 MEGACYCLE SOLID STATE AUS 60 C4.1
HARV61 315
CRYOTRON SWITCHING CIRCUITS
RELAY CIRCUIT DESIGN TECHNIQUES IN THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF
AADC60 163
CIRCUIT ELEMENTS AND COMPUTER UNITS
A READ-OUT CIRCUIT FOR HIGH-SPEED NON-DESTRUCTIVELY READ STORES IFIP62 591
NCR 554 150
VARIABLES
AN ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT FOR THE GENERATION OF FUNCTIONS OF SEVERAL
PGEC6H 610
A GENERAL JUNCTION-TRANSISTOR EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT FOR USE IN LARGE-SIGNAL SWITCHING ANALYSIS
I BMJ591 35
THE THERMAL EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF A TRANSISTOR
I BMJ633 182
TECHNOLOGY
A CIRCUIT PACKAGING MODEL FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
P IRE611 236
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF LOGIC CIRCUIT PERFOR~ANCE IN DIGITAL SYSTEMS
35
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN OBTAINING SOLUTIONS TO ELECTRIC-CIRCUIT PROBLEMS INVOLVING SWITCHING OPERATIONS
IF IEES56
99
EJCC58
ANALYSIS OF TRL CIRCUIT PROPAGATION DELAY
PACM56
35
THRESHOLD DEVICES
CIRCUIT REALII~TION OF BINARY FUNCTIONS USING
29
NCE
SYSTEMATIC DElA ILED RECORDING OF CIRCUIT SAFETY MARGINS AS AN AID TO COMPUTER MAINTENA RMCS60
PGEC632 61
SIGhAL FLOW GRAPH TECHNIQUES FOR SEQUENTIAL CIRCUIT STATE DIAGRAMS
412
I
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ETIC CORES
A NEW AND SIMPLE TYPE OF DIGITAL CIRCUIT TECHNIQUE USING JUNCTION TRANSISTORS AND MAGN
PGEC602 161
COMPARISON OF SATURATED AND NONSATURATED SWITCHING CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
PGEC613 416
SCME THOUGHTS ON DIGITAL COMPONENTS AND CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
AIC 634 54
ALL-MAGNETIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
3
CROSECOND CYCLE TIME
TRANSISTOR CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES FOR A CORE MEMORY WITH 500 MILLIMI WCR 594
P IRE530 1380
DYNAMIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES USED IN SEAC AND DYSEAC
PGEC531
2
DYNAMIC CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES USED IN SEAC AND DYSEAC
TO ENHANCE TRANSIENT RESPONSE
HIGH-SPEED CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES UTILIZING MINORITY CARRIER STORAGE WJCC58 149
ECIP55 115
SWITCHING-CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES WITH FERRITE TORDIDS (GERMANI
I
IMPRCVING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE SENSE-AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT THROUGH PRE-AMPLIFICATION STROBING AND NOISE- PGEC625 611
E PERFOR~ANCE IN TERMS OF CEVICE FIGURE OF MERIT AND CIRCUIT TIME CONSTANT
/RACTERIZATION OF TUNNEL 0100 IBMJ622 110
I BMJ611 33
METHODS OF ANALYSIS OF CIRCUIT TRANSIENT PERFORMANCE
PACM52P 135
STANDARDIZED PRINTED CIRCUIT UNITS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
PGEC604 439
A SECONDARY-EMISSION PULSE CIRCUIT. ITS ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION
JACM634 562
DECOMPCSITION THEORY
GENERALIZED TREE CIRCUIT. THE BASIC BUILOING BLOCK OF AN EXTENOED
PGEC562 65
A ONE-MICROSECOND ADOER USING ONE-MEGACYCLE CIRCUITRY
WJCC5B
22
DIRECT COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUITRY
PGEC5Bl
2
DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC CIRCUITRY
WJCC59
21
OESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF MAO TRANSFER CIRCUITRY
PGEC603 295
TUNNEL DIODE DIGITAL CIRCUITRY
PGEC604 418
SYSTEM APPLICATION OF HYBRID LOGIC CIRCUITRY
IFIP62 608
PAST ANO FUTURE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER CIRCUITRY
5
PROGRAM FeR ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF POWER SUPPLY CIRCUITRY
A COMPUTER PACM59
OF A I-MICROSECOND PARALLEL ADDER. USING I-MEGACYCLE CIRCUITRY
THE LOGICAL OESIGN WJCC56 103
CCST61
58
DIGITAL-COMPUTER CIRCUITRY DESIGN TECHNIQUES
NCR 544 133
PACKAGEO LOGICAL CIRCUITRY FOR A 4-MC COMPUTER
RTCS62 152
DIGITAL SYSTEMS
CODES AND COOING CIRCUITRY FOR AUTOMATIC ERROR CORRECTION WITHIN
PGEC551 11
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITRY FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
WJCC51 161
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITRY IN THE LINCOLN TX-2
PGEC613 426
UNIVAC-LARC HIGH-SPEED CIRCUITRY. CASE HISTORY
MSEE462 16
SWITCHING ANO COUPLING CIRCUITS
CAMB49
89
CHECKING PROCEOURE AND CIRCUITS
CAMB49
91
CHECKABLE ADDITION CIRCUITS
·PACM52P 251
FORMAL LOGIC AND SWITCHING CIRCUITS
PACM52P
265
A METHOD FOR SYNTHESIS OF TWO-VALUEC FEEDBACK CIRCUITS
PACM52P 2Bl
RECTIFIERS AS ELEMENTS OF SWITCHING CIRCUITS
PGEC521
6
STATIC-OYNAMIC OESIGN OF FLIP-FLOP CIRCUITS
ADC 53 181
GATES ANO TRIGGER CIRCUITS
WJCC53 114
NONLINEAR RESISTORS IN LOGICAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS
ECIP55 213
GRAPHICAL-MECHANICAL AIDS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF RELAY CIRCUITS
WJCC55 129
A THEOREM ON SPOT SWITCHING CIRCUITS
PGEC552 14
TIME-OELAY CIRCUITS
NCR 554 139
SURFACE-BARRIER TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS
EJCC56
54
HIGH-TEMPERATURE SILICON-TRANSISTOR COMPUTER CIRCUITS
IEES56 432
THE USE OF CYCLIC PERMUTEO CODES IN RELAY COUNTING CIRCUITS
WJCC56
31
A TERMINAL FOR DATA TRANSMISSION OVER TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
PGEC561 15
COMPLEXITY IN ELECTRONIC SWITCHING CIRCUITS
HARV571 204
A THEORY OF ASYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS
PGEC571 21
CURRENT STEERING IN MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
HARV512 59
MULTIPLE-OUTPUT RELAY SWITCHING CIRCUITS
HARV512 115
PRINCIPLES OF TRANSFLUXOR AND CORE CIRCUITS
HARV512 138
TRANSISTORS IN COMBINATIONAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS
HARV512 149
ANALYSIS OF MAGNETIC-AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
HARV512 113
MAGNETIC-CORE LOGICAL CIRCUITS
HARV512 241
REMARKS ON THE DESIGN OF SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
PGEC513 162
A DESIGN TECHNIQUE FOR PEDESTAL-FREE SWITCHING CIRCUITS
NCR 514 106
DIODELESS MAGNETIC CORE LOGICAL CIRCUITS
94
EJCC58
DESIGN CRITERIA FOR AUTOSYNCHRONOUS CIRCUITS
WJCC58
34
IBM CURRENT MOOE TRANSISTOR LOGICAL CIRCUITS
PGEC581
52
SYNTHESIS OF N-VALUED SWITCHING CIRCUITS
HACC59
14
COMPONENTS AND BASIC CIRCUITS
HACC59
15
MAGNETIC CORE CIRCUITS
HACC59
16
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS
WJCC59
41
SQUARE-LOOP MAGNETIC LOGIC CIRCUITS
I BMJ592 169
EXTENSION OF MOORE-SHANNON MODEL FOR RELAY CIRCUITS
PGEC593 291
FAST MICROWAVE LOGIC CIRCUITS
NCR 594 252
FAST MICROWAVE LOGIC CIRCUITS
NCR 594 261
ASYNCHRONOUS ELECTRONIC SWITCHING CIRCUITS
99
AADC60
ANALOGUE COMPUTING CIRCUITS
ONR 60 353
A CO~PUTER PROGRAM FOR SIMULATING CRYOTRON CIRCUITS
ONR 60 396
CRYOTRCN STORAGE. ARHHHETIC AND LOGICAL CIRCUITS
PGEC601 15
THE DESIGN OF DIODE-TRANSISTOR NOR CIRCUITS
PGEC601 25
ESAKI DIODE HIGH-SPEED LOGICAL CIRCUITS
PGEC602 155
SEQUENCE DETECTION USING ALL-MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
PGEC604 423
ESAKI DIODE LOGIC CIRCUITS
PGEC604 430
TUNNEL DIOOE LOGIC CIRCUITS
VCR 604 82
DIODELESS CORE LOGIC CIRCUITS
VCR 604 96
ADAPTIVE SWITCHING CIRCUITS
PGEC612 183
ESAKI Dlooe NOT-OR LOGIC CIRCUITS
CHBK62
11
SINGLE-INPUT COMPONENT CIRCUITS
CHBK62
13
SWITCHING CIRCUITS
DIP 62 622
MAGNETIC CORE SWITCHING CIRCUITS
IFIP62 359
SELF-CORRECTING DECODING CIRCUITS
IFIP62 625
NEW COMPONENTS FOR FERRORESONANT CIRCUITS
RTCS62
9
TRANSIENTS IN COMBINATION LOGIC CIRCUITS
APPLICATION OF

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SO"E NEW HIGH-SPEED TUNNEL-DIODE LOGIC
WORST CASE DESIGN OF VARI-ABLE-THRESHOLD TRL
BI AS-CONTROLLED TUNNEL-PAIR LOGIC
SEMICONDUCTOR SAMPLE AND HOLD
DESIGN OF ACP RESISTOR-COUPLED SWITCHING
A NEW MODEL FOR ERROR CLUSTERING IN TELEPHONE
ALGORITHM FOR AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF LOGICAL CRYOGENIC
OF THREE-VARIABLE OR-INVERT AND AND-INVERT LOGICAL
ANALYSIS AND DEVICE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACP
DESIGN OF RESISTOR-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGICAL
AND ANALYSIS OF PLANAR CRYOTRONS AND SIMPLE CRYOTRON
FUNCTIONS FCR THE LOGICAL DES IGN OF SWITCHING
SIGNAL DEGENERATION AND GATE COMPATIBILITY IN LOGIC
CHARACTERISTICS FOR DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR LOGIC
~ODE AND PULSE MODE OPERATIONS OF SEQUENTIAL
IMPROVEMENT BY THE USE OF MULTIPLE-ELEMENT SWITCHING
ORETICAL ANALYSIS OF HIGH-SPEED JUNCTION DIODE LOGIC
DESIGNING LeW-LEVEL, HIGH-SPEED SEMICONDUCTOR LOGIC
CRYOTRON AND ITS APPLICATION TO DIGITAL COMPUTER
IGNMENT METHCD FOR ASYNCHRONOUS SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING
OF LCGIC A~D ITS APPLICATION TO BASE THREE DIGITAL
TO INCREASE RELIABILITY IN DIGITAL SWITCHING
CHNIQUES IN THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF CRYOTRON SWI·TCHING
FREE NOTATICN FOR THE AUTOMATIC DESIGN OF SWITCHING
ERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH APPLICATIONS TO TUNNEL DIODE
DESIGN CF RESISTOR-COUPLED.TRANSISTOR LOGICAL
TERNAL VARIABLE ASSIGNMENTS FOR SEQUENTIAL SWITCHING
ECISION LOGICAL ELEMENTS AND THE COMPLEXITY OF THEIR
THE EFFECTS OF INTERCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEED LOGIC
SATURATING AND CURRENT CLAMPED HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE
ELECTRICAL
CHECKING
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON SWITCHING
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DIGITAL MAGNETIC
SWITCHING
ITES AND TITANATES AS DECISION ELEMENTS IN SWITCHING
SOME STORAGE
OPTIMIZATION OF PULSE AND DIGITAL
THE STATE OF COMPUTER
OF MULTI PAT ... CORES
LOGIC
TRANSISTOR ARITHMETIC
A SET OF TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR RESISTOR LOGIC
BIMAG
TRANSISTOR SWITCHING
2S-MC CLOCK-RATE COMPUTER
COMPUTER ~ETHODS APPLIED TO THE DESIGN OF DIGITAL
MAGNETIC CORE PULSE-SWITCHING
SYNTHESIS OF ELECTRONIC

CIRCUITS
18MJ622 158
CIRCUITS
PGEC623 382
CIRCUITS
PGEC626173
CIRCUITS
AUS 63 C.6
CIRCUITS
IBMJ633 190
CIRCUITS
IBMJ633 224
CIRCUITS
AN PGEC614 623
CIRCUITS
A CATALOG PGEC633 198
CIRCUITS
TRANSIENT IBMJ633 201
CIRCUITS
ANALYTICAL PGEC582 109
CIRCUITS
OPERATION ONR 60 374
CIRCUITS
ORTHOGONAl. PGEC613 379
CIRCUITS
PREDICTING PGEC633 217
CIRCUITS
TRANSISTOR PGEC581
6
CIRCUITS
FUNDAMENTAL IFIP62 125
CIRCUITS
RELIABILITY IBMJ582 142
CIRCUITS
A METHOD OF THE PGEC635 492
CIRCUITS
A NEW METHOD OF HARV512 161
CIRCUITS
THE CROSSED-FILM EJCC59 255
CIRCUITS
A STATE VARIABLE ASS JACM632 209
CIRCUITS
A THREE-VALUED SYSTEM ICIP59 407
CIRCUITS
THE USE OF REDUNDANCY AUS 63 B.24
CIRCUITS
RELAY CIRCUIT DESIGN TE HARV61 315
CIRCUITS
THE USE OF PARENTHESIS- PGEC603 342
CIRCUITS
BISTABLE SYSTEMS OF OIFF IBMJ613 226
CIRCUITS
CORRECTION TO ANALYTICAL PGEC584 324
CIRCUITS
A NOTE ON THE NUMBER OF IN PGEC594 439
CIRCUITS
THE PRINCIPLE OF MAJORITY 0 ICIP59 400
CIRCUITS
IRCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEED LOGIC CIRCUITS PGEC635 416
CIRCUITS eABSTRACT)
COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF PGEC602 175
CIRCUITS A LA ~ANIAC
ICC 634 212
CIRCUITS AND DIAGNOSTIC ROUTINES
NCR 531 62
CIRCUITS AND LOGICAL ALGEBRA
PGEC614 638
CIRCUITS AND MATERIALS
PGEC592 148
CIRCUITS AND MEMORY SYSTEMS eGERMANI
ECIP55
9
CIRCUITS AND MEMORY SYSTEMS eGERMANI
FEAR ECIP55 111
CIRCUITS BASED ON VALVES
IEES56 313
CIRCUITS BY USE OF THE LAGRANGE MULTIPLIER
PGEC635 488
CIRCUITS CONTAINING ME~ORY ELEMENTS
HARV572 213
CIRCUITS EMPLOYING TOROIDAL MAGNETIC CORES AS ANALOGS PGEC622 218
CIRCUITS FOR A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
PGEC563 132
CIRCUITS FOR AN INTERLEAVED-DIGIT COMPUTER
IEES56 371
CIRCUITS FOR ASYNCHRONOUS, DIRECT-COUPLED COMPUTERS
WJCC55 124
CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL DATA SYSTEMS
WJCC58
17
CIRCUITS FOR DIGITAL DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEMS
NCR 554 70
CIRCUITS FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
PGEC564 192
CIRCUITS FOR OPERATION FROM - 0 TO .100 DEGREES C
WCR 604 105
CIRCUITS FOR RELIABILITY
RMCS60
55
CIRCUITS FOR STANDARD PACKAGES
PGEC583 223
CIRCUITS FOR SY~METRIC FUNCTIONS
PGEC581 51
CIRCUITS FOR THE FX-I COMPUTER
SJCC62 101
CONTROL CIRCUITS FOR THE LINE PRINTER CDANISH I
BIT 622 112
TRANSISTOR PULSE CIRCUITS FOR 160-MC CLOCK RATES
PGEC59~ 432
ELECTRONIC TRIGGER CIRCUITS HAVING SEVERAL STATES OF STABLE EQUILIBRIUM CAMB49 103
IFIP62 611
A CCMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROPAGATION SPEED-UP CIRCUITS IN BINARY ARITHMETIC UNITS
APPLICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF MAGNETIC-CORE CIRCUITS IN CO~PUTING SYSTEMS
EJCC54
30
LOGIC DESIGN SYMBOLISM FOR DIRECT-COUPLED TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS IN DIGITAL CO~PUTERS
WCR 574 251
MULTIFUNCTIONAL CIRCUITS IN FUNCTIONAL CANONICAL FORM
JACM594 538
THE EQUIVALENT CIRCUITS OF SHELLS USED IN AIRFRAME CONSTRUCTION
WJCC53
98
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS OF THE NAREC COMPUTER
PIRE530 1313
SIMULATION OF TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS ON THE IBM 104
PGEC514 242
THE EFFECTS OF INTERCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEED LOGIC CIRCUITS THE EFFECTS OF INTERCONNECTIONS ON HIGH-SPEE PGEC635 476
THE DESIGN OF DIGITAL CIRCUITS TO ELIMINATE CATASTROPHIC FAILURES
RTCS62 32B
WITH MAGNETIC CORES
CIRCUITS TO PERFORM LOGICAL AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS
NCR 5~4 12~
SOME METHODS FOR SIMPLIFYING SWITCHING CIRCUITS USING 'OONT CARE' CONDITIONS
JACM614 491
MICROWAVE LOGIC CIRCUITS USING DIODES
PGEC593 302
DESIGN OF COMPUTER CIRCUITS USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
NCR 612 224
DESIGN OF COMPUTER CIRCUITS USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
PGEC624 518
LOGIC CIRCUITS USING SQUARE-LOOP MAGNETIC DEVICES, A SURVEY PGEC612 191
ANALOGUE MULTIPLYING CIRCUITS USING SWITCHING TRANSISTORS
NCR 564 7~
ANALOG LOGARITHMIC AND ANTILOGARITHMIC CIRCUITS USING SWITCHING TRANSISTORS
WJCC51 121
DESIGNING COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
PACM56
36
DESIGNING COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
JACM572 143
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS, CONTROL CIRCUITS, COMP~TER OPERATION, ANO SYSTEM DESIGN
CHBK62
4
TYPES OF CIRCUITS, GENERAL
MSEE462 15
GRALS INVOLVING COMBINATIONS OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS AND CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS
EVALUATION OF INTE JACM582 119
FERENTIAL EQ~ATICN APPLIED TO THE AIR LUBRICATION OF CIRCULARLY CURVED SURFACES
IE REYNOLD'S PARTIAL DIF PACM61 2A5
SYSTEM DESIGN OF CIRRUS
AUS 60 C5.2
THE DESIGN OF A PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR THE CIRRUS COMPUTER
AUS 63 C.19
THE CIRRUS MULTI PROGRAM SYSTEM
AUS 63 C.17
MICROPROGRAM CONTROL
CIRRUS, AN ECONOMICAL MULTIPROGRAM COMPUTER WITH
PGEC636 663
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF CITY TRAFFIC
CACM62~ 224
THE USE OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
AODC62 138
CAN A SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER EARN A PLACE IN A CIVIL ENGINEERING OFFICE
AUS 60 B5.2
CL-I, AN ENVIRONMENT FOR A COMPILER
CACM611 23
CONTROl TECHNIQUES IN THE CL-IJ PROGRAMMING SYSTEM
PACM62
29
DATA DESCRIPTION IN THE CL-II PROGRAMM ING SYSTEM
PACM62
30
COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF SATURATING AND CURRENT CLAMPED HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE CIRCUITS CA8STRACTI
PGEC602 115
ON THE VIBRATION OF A SQUARE CLAMPED PLATE
JACM553 162
THROUGH USE OF ELECTROCHEMICAL POTENTIALS
CLARIFICATION OF FIRST-ORDER SEMICONDUCTION EFFECTS
IBMJ571 39
JOVIAL IN CLASS
ARAP634 167
SCHEME FOR RECO;NIZING PATTERNS FROM AN UNSPECIFIED CLASS
A OCR 62 221
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL 8ASED ON LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS
JACM624 512
RESIDUE CLASS ERROR CHECKING CODES
PACM61 13Bl
REPRESENTED ~UOTIENTS
A CLASS OF BINARY DIVISIONS YIELDING MINIMALLY
PGEC626 761
SIMPLIFICATION OF A CLASS OF 800LEAN FUNCtiONS
JACM581 67
A NEW CLASS OF DIGITAL DIVISION METHODS
PGEC583 218
APPROXIMATION OF A CONTINUOUS FUNCTION BY A CLASS OF FUNCTIONS
CHEBYSHEV JACM571 30
ON A CLASS OF ITERATION FORMULAS AND SOME HISTORICAL NOTES CACM616 216
STRUCTURE OF A SEQUENCE OF CHARACTERS
A CLASS OF MACHINES WHICH DETERMINE THE STATISTICAL
VCR 594 66
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N SYSTEMS

A

A NEW
AN APPROXIMATE METHOD FOR TREATING A
ARITHMETIC

A
A

AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF A
N IBM 650 PUNCHEC CARD COMPUTER ALLIED WITH NATIONAL
THE CONSTRUCTION OF
AUTOMATIC GRADERS FOR PROGRAMMING
PROCEDURES FOR THE DETERIHNATION OF DISTRIBUTIONAL
CZECHOSLOVAKIA, II. THE NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF RESIDUAL
THE NUMERICAL SYSTEM OF RESIDUAL
CORRECTION
SOME NEW
THE NUMBER OF
BOUNDS ON MINI~AL TERMINAL STATE EXPERIMENTS FOR TWO
AN ABSTRACT MACHINE BASEO ON
CODES FOR THE
SEMANTIC
MECHANISED SEMANTIC
A METHOD FOR USING COMPUTERS IN INFORMATION
AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT
PROGRAMMING AND THEORIES OF
AUTOMATIC CO~PUTERS
THE
THE GENERAL PROBLEM OF
CHARACTERS
ACCOUNT
CRITICAL
THE CONSTRUCTION OF A FACETED
THE PROPERTY
THE
IN RUSSIAN
TRANSFORMATION CRITERIA FOR THE
DISTRIBUTION AND
THE ELECOM 125 IN PERSONNEL
OF AN EMPIRICALLY BASEO MATHEMATICALLY DERIVED
STATISTICAL
ON AERODYNA~ICS, AN EXPERIMENT IN RETRIEVAL
PUBLICATION,
A DISCRIMINATION METHOD FOR AUTOMATICALLY
CLASS, THE AUTOMATEO
REPORT ON THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN ENGINEERING
LANGUAGES
RECOGNITION OF
A SURVEY OF CONTACT RESISTANCE THEORY FOR NOMINALLY
NOMINAL
ORGANIZING FOR COMPANV-WIDE
OATA ON MACHINES AVAILABLE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM FOR
RETRIEVAL

COOING
THE

THROUGH PRE-_MPLIFICATION STROBING AND NOISE-MATCHED
VE ANALOG COfPUTER
DIGITAL
A DYNAMIC LOGIC TECHNIQUE FOR SIXTEEN MEGACYCLE
TRANSISTOR PULSE CIRCUITS FOR 160-MC
TO +100 DEGREES C
25-MC
AN INTERPOLATION PROCEDURE FOR
CALCULATING OPEN LOOP TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FROM
EPITAXIAL VAPCR GROWTH OF GE SINGLE CRYSTALS IN A
COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING CO~PATIBILITV IN A FAMILV OF
UTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY REPEATED
PSYCHIATRIC SY~PTO~ EVALUATION
A NEW MOOEL FOR ERROR
OEVELOPMENT OF THE ELECTROSTATIC
AN ELECTROMAGNETIC
ETHOO IN A CCMPUTER WI
AN EFFICIENT SCHEME FOR THE
SION OF CARTESIAN CO-ORDINATE INFORMATION INTO POLAR
UITABLE FOR RADAR TARGETI
CONVERSION OF CARTESIAN
OF UNDERGROUND WATER FLOW IN THE LOS ANGELES
MAGNETIC AND PHOSPHOR
A METHOD OF COMBINING ALGOL AND
A OETAILED DESCRIPTION OF
A CRITICAL OISCUSSION OF
GENERAL VIEWS ON
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF
A GENERAL TEST DATA GENERATOR FOR
WHY
A REPORT WRITER FOR
MOCULAR DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS WRITTEN IN
FLOATING-POINT ARITHMETIC IN
GUIDES TO TEACHING
ARITH~ETIIING DECLARATIONS, AN APPLICATION TO
A BUSINESS COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH

AN ADVANCED INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A
ROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART V, THE SYSTEM'S
THE USE OF CHAIN LIST MATRICES FOR THE ANALYSIS OF
INTERIM REPORT ON BUREAU OF SHIPS
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH
THE
SURGE, A RECODING OF THE
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CLASS OF MULTI-QUEUE PROBLEMS ARISING IN COMMUNICATIO PACM61 12A5
CLASS OF MULTILAYER SERIES-COUPLEO PERCEPTRONS
SOS 62 "85
CLASS OF MULTI QUEUE PROBLEMS
IBMJ613 20"
TCJ1594 163
CLASS OF NON-ANALYTICAL ITERATIVE PROCESSES
PACM61 13B2
CLASS OF NUMBER REPRESENTATIONS FOR PARALLEL
PGEC633 300
CLASS OF PATTERN RECOGNITION SYNTHESIS ALGORITHMS
CLASS 32 ACCOUNTING MACHINES ANO PAPER TAPE
ISING A AUS 60 A1.4
lFIP62
73
CLASS-TEACHER TIME-TABLES
CAS 61 177
CLASS, THE AUTOMATEO CLASSROOM IPHILCO 2000)
CACM600 528
CLASSES
MTl 612 687
CLASSES
CLASSES (SRC)
COMPUTER PROGRESS IN DIP 62 543
lCIP59 419
CLASSES IN MATHEMATICAL MACHINES
I BMJ632 102
CLASSES OF CYCLIC CODES USED FOR BURST-ERROR
JACM631 25
CLASSES OF INVERTIBLE BOOLEAN FUNCTIONS
LEAST UPPER JACM614 601
CLASSES OF SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
SJCC62
53
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION PSYCHOLOGY
JACM574 477
CLASSICAL MEMBRANE PROBLEM
NSMT60 394
CLASSIFICATION
MTl 612 417
CLASSIFICATION
lFIP62 28"
CLASSIFICATION
J AC14632 151
CLASSIFICATION
ROME62
83
CLASSIFICATION IFRENCH)
IEES56 125
CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN OF OPERATION CODES FOR
MIPP61 233
CLASSIFICATION AND INOEXING
NCR 634 75
CLASSIFICATION ANO RECOGNITION OF HANO-PRINTED
CACM63D 701
CLASSIFICATION AT AUTOMATING BANKS
CLASSIFICATION FACTOR CALCULATION FOR CRANE GEARCASES CAN 62 lB9
ICSI582 867
CLASSIFICATION FOR A SPECIAL SUBJECT
CACM628 450
CLASSIFICATION METHOO OF FILE OESIGN ANO PROCESSING
MTl 611 83
CLASSIFICATION OF ENGLISH VERBS BY OBJECT TYPES
CLASSIFICATION OF PREDICATIVE GENITIVE CONSTRUCTIONS MTl 612 725
BIT 622 83
CLASSIFICATION OF QUALITATIVE OATA
AUS 60 A2.2
CLASSIFICATION OF STATISTICAL DATA
CAS 56
41
CLASSIFICATION RESEARCH
SJCC62
279
THE CONSTRUCTION
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
IBSJ632 136
CLASSIFICATION TECHNIQUES
CLASSIFICATION WITH PEEK-A-BOO FOR INOEXING OOCUMENTS ICSI581 711
HARV47 277
CLASSIFICATION, ANO PATENTS
FJCC63 161
CLASSIFYING DOCUMENTS
CAS 61 177
CLASSROOM IPHILCO 2000)
CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
CONFERENCE CACM600 522
MTl 611 125
CLAUSES AND PHRASES IN MACHINE TRANSLATION OF
I BMJ571 44
CLEAN SURFACES
IBMJ632 153
CLEARANCE OF THE FOIL BEARING
CAN 60
83
CLERICAL AUTOMATION
COMPARATIVE TCB1573 88
CLERICAL USERS
PACM62
9B
CLINICAL APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE
CACM63N 690
CLINICAL LABORATORV DATA FOR AUTOMATIC STORAGE AND
CACM611 19
CLIP TRANSLATOR
73
CLIP, A COMPILER LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING PACM59
CLIPPING
IRFORMANCE OF THE SENSE-AMPLIFIER CIRCUIT PGEC625 677
CLOCK DELAV GENERATORS AND RUN COUNTER FOR A REPETITI WJCC61 353
WCR 604 116
CLOCK RATE
PGEC594 432
CLOCK RATES
WCR 604 105
CLOCK-RATE COMPUTER CIRCUITS FOR OPERATION FROM - 0
PACM58
71
CLOSED CURVES
ONR 60
39
CLOSEO CYCLE HELIUM REFRIGERATION
J ACM583 289
CLOSED LOOP MEASUREMENTS
CLOSED-CYCLE PROCESS
IBMJ603 248
PGEC553 106
CLOSEO-LOOP CONTROL SYSTEMS CONTAINING A DIGITAL
C ACM607 420
CLOSELY RELATED DIGITAL COMPUTERS
CACM639 515
CLOSING OUT A PRINT TAPE
5
CLOSURES
lOF TRUNCATION ERRORS IN THE NUMERICAL SOL JACM551
FJCC62 285
CLUSTER FORMATION AND DIAGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE IN
IBMJ633 224
CLUSTERING IN TELEPHONE CIRCUITS
IBMJ571 49
CLUTCH
PIRE530 1453
CLUTCH FOR HIGH ACCELERATIONS
CO-DIAGONALIZATION OF A SYMMETRIC MATRIX BY GIVENS' M TCJ4612 171
CO-ORDINATE FORM SUITABLE FOR RADAR TARGET ACQUISITIO AUS 60 C9.3
CO-ORDINATE INFORMATION INTO POLAR CO-ORDINATE FORM S AUS 60 C9.3
COASTAL PLAIN
ANALOG SIMULATION WJCC61 535
HARV47 130
COATED DISCS
WJCC61 379
COBOL
ARAP612 197
COBOL
ARAP612 293
COBOL
ARAP612 345
COBOL
TCB4614 141
COBOL
SJCC62 317
COBOL
TCJ5623 171
COBOL
CACM625 236
COBOL
CACM625 261
COBOL
CACM625 263
COBOL
CACM625 269
COBOL
CACM625 272
COBOL
CACM631 24
COBOL
CACM633 79
COBOL
FACT, ARAP612 231
COBOL AND COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR
CACM625 254
ANO
COMPATIBILITY
COBOL
CACM625 218
COBOL BATCHING PROBLEMS
BIT 614 263
COBOL COMPILATION FOR RCA 501 ISWEDISH)
CACM625 273
COBOL COMPILER
OESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED P IBSJ633 322
COBOL COMPILER
PACM62
74
COBOL OATA STRUCTURES
CACM625 256
COBOL EVALUATION PROGRAM
BIT 613 206
COBOL GRAMMAR (SWEDISH)
TCJ5623 157
COBOL IN A SERVICE BUREAU
CACM636 305
COBOL INFORMATION BULLETIN NO.1
CACM625 262
COBOL LIBRARIAN
CACM622 98
COBOL MERCHANOISE CONTROL ALGORITHM

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EXPERIENCE WITH
A DIFINITION OF THE
A
RAPIDWRITE, A NEW APPROACH TO
THE
RAPIDWRITE,
BASIC ELEMENTS OF
SYNTACTICAL CHARTS OF

COBOL ON THE l~lD
CAN 62 222
COBOL PROCEDURE DIVISION USING ALGOL METALINGUISTICS PACM61 5Bl
COBOL PROCESSOR FOR THE UNIVAC 1105
CAS 60
26
COBOL READABILITY
TCJ~62~ 301
CACM635 255
COBOL SORT VERB
ROME62 573
COBOL WITHOUT TEARS
CACM625 237
COBOL 61
COBOL 61
CACM625 260
COBOL, A SAMPLE PROBLEM
CACM618 3~0
COBOL, AN INTROOUCTION 'SWEOISHI
BIT 612 132
BRA, PHASE 1 REPORT, LANGUAGE STRUCTURE GROUP OF THE CODASYL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
AN INFORMATION ALGE CACM62~ 190
MICROPROGRAMMING AND THE CHOICE OF ORDER CODE
ADC 53
11
CACM605 315
WHAT IS A CODE
DESIGN OF AN IMPROVED TRANSMISSION-DATA PROCESSING CODE
CACM615 212
OF A COMPUTER WITH AN ADDRESSLESS ORDER CODE
CONSIDERATIONS AUS 60 C6.2
DIGI TAL COMPUTERS USING A MODIFIED REFLECTED BINARY CODE
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS FOR PGEC594 ~~9
CODES
CODE AND CONTROL II, MACHINE DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION
MSEE464 31
AND THE USE OF 'STOP ORDER TAGS'
CODE AND CONTROL IV, EXAMPLES OF A THREE-ADDRESS CODE MSEE464 39
THE STANTEC-lEBRA SIMPLE CODE AND ITS INTERPRETATION
ARAP591 146
A MULTIPLE PURPOSE ORTHONORMALIlING CODE AND ITS USES
JACM5~~ 183
CODE AND CONTROL IV, EXAMPLES OF A THREE-ADDRESS CODE AND THE USE OF 'STOP ORDER TAGS'
MSEE46~
39
COMPUTER AIDS TO CODE CHECKING
PACM52T 29
A PROPOSAL FOR CHARACTER CODE COMPATABILITY
CACM602 71
CODING AND CODE COMPRESSION
JACM58~ 328
A DECIMAL CODE FOR ANALOG-TO-DIGITAL CONVERSION
PGEC55~ 158
TCJ3614 202
CONSIDERATIONS IN CHOOSING A CHARACTER CODE FOR COMPUTERS AND PUNCHED TAPES
SHIFT-REGISTER CODE FOR INDEXING APPLICATIONS
CACM590 ~O
AMERICAN STANDARD CODE FOR INFORMATION EXCHANGE
CACM63B ~22
ONE-DIMENSIONAL MULTIENERGY GROUP NEUTRON TRANSPORT CODE FOR THE IBM 109 ANO 1090 SYSTEMS
BANZAI, A PACM62
96
A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIlED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS
CACM599 19
COMMENTS ON 'A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIlED CARD CODE FOR 256 CHARACTERS'
CACM59N 12
THE USE OF A REFLECTED CODE IN DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
PGEC5~~
1
A CODE MATCHING TECHNIQUE FOR MACHINE TRANSLATION
PACM58
60
PGEC5~~
7
A TRANSISTORIZED PULSE CODE MODULATOR
CORRECTION, A TRANSISTORIZED PULSE CODE MODULATOR
PGEC551 20
ECIP55 165
THE INSTRUCTION CODE OF G-2 'GERMANI
A MULTI-LEVEL CODE PROCESSOR
PACM59
2~
UNIQUENESS OF WEIGHTED CODE REPRESENTATIONS
PGEC60~ ~81
AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION OF PRINTED CODE TO IMPULSES ACCEPTABLE TO COMPUTING EQUIPMENT
WJCC55
29
MAN-To-MACHINE COMMUNICATION AND AUTOMATIC CODE TRANSLATION
WJCC60 329
PSEUDO-CODE TRANSLATION ON MULTI-LEVEL STORAGE MACHINES
ICIP59 14~
IBM 70~ CODE-NUNDRUMS
CACM5B3
3
CACM60D 639
SURVEY OF CODED CHARACTER REPRESENTATION
EJCC52
3
RECORDING TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL CODED DATA
PIRE530 1~50
CODED DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEMS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS
REGRESSION AND CODED PATTERNS IN DATA EDITING
CACM621 ~09
PGEC533
1
A PHOTOELECTRIC DECIMAL-CODED SHAFT DIGITIZER
MSEE~6~
~6
A FOUR-CHANNEL CODED-DECIMAL ELECTROSTATIC MACHINE
CODE AND CONTROL II, MACHINE DESIGN AND INSTRUCTION CODES
MSEE~M
31
A CCMPARISON OF ONE AND THREE ADDRESS CODES
MANC51
19
ABSTRACTS, NUCLEAR REACTOR CODES
CACM591
6
ON THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF ERROR-CORRECTING CODES
IBMJ591 25
CACM60D 638
SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARD CODes
ABSTRACTS, ADDITIONAL NUCLEAR REACTOR CODES
CACM601
6
A BOUND FOR ERROR-CORRECTING CODES
IBMJ605 532
RESIDUE CLASS ERROR CHECKING COOES
PACM61 13Bl
MINIMUM POLARIZED DISTANCE CODES
IBMJ613 2~1
FURTHER SURVEY OF PUNCHED CARD CODES
CACM61~ lB2
TC86621
1
PROBLEMS IN CONSTRUCTING DATA PROCESSING CODES
PGEC6H 501
ENCDCING AND DECODING FOR CYCLIC PERMUTATION CODES
MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF MULTIPLICATION FOR COMPLEMENT CODES
A RING PGEC591 25
FOR MAXIMUM MINIMUM-DISTANCE ERROR-CORRECTING CODES
DESIGN METHODS IBMJ601 ~3
FOR PRODUCT FORM OF THE INVERSE LINEAR PROGRAMMING CODES
A MODIFIED INVERSION PROCEDURE CACM627 382
TION WITHIN DIGITAL SYSTEMS
CODES AND CODING CIRCUITRY FOR AUTOMATIC ERROR CORREC RTCS62 152
ERROR DETECTING AND CORRECTING BINARY CDDES FOR ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
PGEC603 333
IEES56 125
THE CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN OF OPERATION CODES FOR AUTOMATIC COMPUTERS
ON COOES FOR CHECKING LOGICAL OPERATIONS
IBMJ592 163
I CSI581 611
CONVENTIONAL AND INVERTED GROUPING OF CDDES FOR CHEMICAL DATA
IBMJ603 329
ERROR CORRECTING CODES FOR CORRECTING BURSTS OF ERRORS
TRANSMISSION
A NEW GROUP OF CODES FOR CORRECTION OF DEPENDENT· ERRORS IN DATA
IBMJ601 58
N-DIMENSIONAL CODES FOR DETECTING AND CORRECTING MULTIPLE ERRORS
CACM610 5~5
THE USE OF CYCLIC-PERMUTED CHAIN CODES FOR DIGI TISERS
ICIP59 ~H
CYCLIC CODES FOR ERROR DETECTION
P IRE611 228
CODES FOR THE CLASSICAL MEMBRANE PROBLEM
JACM514 ~17
F REPRESENTATIDN" STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF 13 RANDOM CODES IN A 4-DIGIT NUMBER OR 16 RANDOM CODES IN A 5-0 CACM623 165
THE USE OF CYCLIC PERMUTED CODES IN RELAY COUNTING CIRCUITS
IEES56 ~32
A NOTE ON EXTENDING CERTAIN COOES TO CORRECT ERROR BURSTS IN LONGER MESSAGES
IBMJ632 151
APPLICATION OF ERROR-CORRECTING CODES TO MULTI-WAY SWITCHING
ICIP59 396
A PROGRAMMEC ALGORITHM FOR ASSIGNING INTERNAL CODES to SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
PGEC62~ ~66
PGEC625 611
ON THE EFFICIENT ASSIGNMENT OF INTERNAL CODES TO SEQUENTIAL MACHINES
SOME NEW CLASSES OF CYCLIC CODES USED FOR BURST-ERROR CORRECTION
IBMJ632 102
A METHOD FOR CHECKING NUMERICAL CODES USING THE 1~01
BIT 611 ~8
TCJ~612 168
THE REDUCTION OF A MATRIX TO COOl AGONAL FORM BY ELIMINATIONS
TCJ1582 90
THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVECTORS OF COOl AGONAL MATRICES
THE CALCULATION OF THE EIGENVECTORS OF COOl AGONAL MATRICES PRODUCED BY THE GIVENS AND LANC2D AUS 571 ll2
S PROCESSES
MACHINE AIDS TO CODING
PACM52T 17
OPTIMUM CODING
ADC 53
65
PLANNING UNIVERSAL SEMI-AUTOMATIC CODING
ONR 54
14
ACFI57
11
SYSTEMS OF DEBUGGING AUTOMATIC CODING
A MECHANIZED APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC CODING
ACFI57 103
STANDARDIZED PROGRAMMING METHODS AND UNIVERSAL CODING
JACM573 25~
ICSI582 1365
ABSTRACT T·HEORY OF RETRIEVAL CODING
WCR 58~ U
A COMPUTER SIMULATION CHAIN FOR RESEARCH ON PICTURE CODING
PROGRAMMING AND COOING
HACC59
2
MIMIC, A TRANSLATION FOR ENGLISH CODING
NSMT60 ~51
SUBROUTINES, LEARNING AND SYMBOLIC CODING
AUS 60C12.1
LETTER FREQUENCIES WITH APPLICATIONS TO SUPERIMPOSED CODING
SUBJECT-WORD ICSI582 903
AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
CODING A GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER TO OPERATE WJCC55
82
CODING AND CODE COMPRESSION
.JACM58~ 32B
CHBK62
11
INTRODUCTION TO CODING AND PROBLEM LOGIC
116

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TITLE WORD INDEX

COOING AND SWITCHING THEORY
CHBK62
1~
COOING AT G.E.
ACFI51
3
COOING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL
PACM56
31
COOING BY FORTRAN
TCB25B2 2~
COOING CIRCUITRY FOR AUTOMATIC ERROR CORRECTION
RTCS62 152
WITHIN DIGITAL SYSTEMS
COOING CLINICAL LABORATORY DATA FOR AUTOMATIC STORAGE CACM63N 690
AND RETRIEVAL
CACM60N 616
A SIMPLE TECHNIQUE FOR COOING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
CACM611 ~2
AN ALGORITHM FOR COOING EFFIC lENT ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
AUTOMATIC COOING FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
TCJ3603 1~~
JACM55~ 2~3
TRANSCODE. A SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC COOING FOR FER~T
PRIME NUMBER COOING FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
TCJ3601 21
COOING FOR LOGICAL OPERATIONS
IBMJ62~ ~30
COOING FOR M~LTIPLE ASYMMETRIC ERRORS IN ONE CHANNEL PGEC625 655
OF A M~LTICHANNEL SYSTEM
AUS 511 124
A TWO-ADDRESS METHOD OF INTERPRETIVE COOING FOR THE CSIRAC
JACM55~ 253
AUTOI!IATIC COOING FOR THE IBM 701
COOING FOR THE MANIAC
ONR 56
~5
THE MARK 5 SYSTEM OF AUTOMATIC COOING FOR TREAC
ARAP591 23
COOING ISOMORPHISMS
CACM602 8~
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC COOING LANGUAGE
ROME62 501
PACM58
29
TRANSLATION 8ETWEEN ALGEBRAIC CQOING LANGUAGES
TCJ6632 113
DIRECT COOING OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE NAMES
JACM633 33~
A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO GRAMMATICAL COOING OF ENGLISH WORDS
S. WITH REFERENCE TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL DOCUMEI
ON THE COOING OF GEOMETRICAL SHAPES ANO OTHER REPRESENTATION ICSI582 889
33
NO EIGENVECTORS OF REAL. SYMMETRIC MATRICES
ON THE COOING OF JACOBI'S METHOD FOR COMPUTING EIGENVALUES A PACM59
NO EIGENVECTORS CF REAL SYMMETRIC MATRICES
ON THE COOING OF JACOBI'S METHOD FOR COMPUTING EIGENVALUES A JACM632 123
COOING OF MEDICAL CASE HISTORY DATA FOR COMPUTER
CACM620 532
ANALYSIS
THE APPLICATION OF FORMULA TRANSLATION TO AUTOMATIC CODING OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
ARAP591 81
COOING ON AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTING MACHINES
CAMB~9
2B
COMPARISON OF CODING ON S.E.A.C. AND E.O.S.A.C.
MANC51
26
AUTOMATIC COOING PRINCIPLES
ONR 56
3
COMPUTERS WITH ONE ACCUMULATOR
NOTE ON COOING REVERSE POLISH EXPRESSIONS fOR SINGLE-ADDRESS TCJ6631 61
AN ADDRESSLESS COOING SCHEME BASED ON MATHEMATICAL NOTATION
AUS 571 121
INTERCOOE, A SIMPLIFIED COOING SCHEME FOR AMOS
TCJ2592 55
THE FORTRAN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM
WJCC51 188
FORTRANSIT, A UNIVERSAL AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM
CAN 58 3~9
SAKO, AN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM
ARAP612 161
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM
PACM62
~~
TRANSLATCR-COMPILER OF THE IBM FORTRAN AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM
THE ARITHMETIC CACM592
9
OOPERATIVE VENTURE IN THE PRODUCTION OF AN AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM
A DESCRIPTION Of A C JACM56~ 266
THE PACT I COOING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM TYPE 101
JACM56~ 212
PRINT I, A PROPOSED CODING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM TYPE 105
WJCC56
~5
PRINT I, AN AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM FOR THE IBM 105
ACFI51
29
PROPOSED ADVANCED COOING SYSTEM FOR UNIVAC-LARC
ONR 56
~9
FORTRAN, AN AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM, ITS DEVELOPMENT, USE AND FUTURE
AUS 60 C3.2
SIMPLE AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEMS
CACM5Bl
5
CONCLUSIONS AFTER USING "HE PACT I ADVANCED COOING TECHNIQ~E
JACM56~ 309
AUTOMATIC COOING TECHNIQ~ES, 1955
LSU 56
6
SYMPOSIUM ON COOING THEORY
IFIP62 313
A FEEDBACK COOING THEORY OF LEARNING AND COGNITION
SOS 62 533
AN APPLICATION OF COOING THEORY TO A FILE ADDRESS PROBLEM
JBMJ632 121
APPLICATION OF AUTOMATIC COOING TO LOGICAL PROCESSES
ONR 54
3~
APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC COOING TO SMALL CALCULATORS
EJCC5~
6~
SIMPLIFIED CODING. A PEDAGOGIC EXPERIMENT
AUS 60C12.2
THE M.I.T. SYSTEMS OF AUTOMATIC COOING. COMPREHENSIVE, SUMMER SESSION. AND ALGEBRAIC ONR 5~
~O
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. COEFFICIENT POTENTIOMETERS. OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS,
CHBK62
2
AND NETWORKS
SECOND ORDER FORMULAS FOR FOURIER COEFFICIENTS
PACM58
52
18MJ62~ ~56
A POLARIMETRIC METHOO OF MEASURING MAGNETO-OPTIC COEFFICIENTS
CD~P~TER TO SOLVE POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS WITH REAL COEFFICIENTS
AN ANALOGUE AUS 51 196
UTION OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
NOTE ON THE NUMERICAL SOL TCJ66]2 206
OF SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS WITH POLYNOMIAL COEFFICIENTS
A ROUTINE TO FINO THE SOLUTION CACM59~ 16
NEAR DIFFERENTIAL· DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
IATION TO THE PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF LI PACM56
4
TI-OROER LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
IDECOMPOSITION INTO FIRST ORDER OF MUl TCJ2593 1~~
RPOLATION POLYNOMIALS OF SQ~ARE MATRICES WITH MATRIX COEFFICIENTS AND ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE N~MERICAL IFIP62 102
UTION OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH VARIABLE COEFFICIENTS BY THE ELECTRONIC OIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER PGEC5]4
3
THE USE OF PARAMETER INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS IN COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS WJCC6D 181
SOS 62 533
A FEEDBACK COOING THEORY OF LEARNING AND COGNITION
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES
CABS62 336
THE SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES. AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
PGEC613 ~62
THE SIMULATION OF COGNITIVE PROCESSES. II. AN ANNOTATED 8I8LIOGRAPHY
PGEC62~ 535
OF COMMUI
ELEMENTARY DERIVATION OF WAVE SHAPE AND COHERENCE PROPERTIES OF NATURAL LIGHT USING THE TOOLS DPI 62
31
THE RELIABILITY OF COHERENT SYSTEMS
RTCS62
~1
SUB~ICROSECOND CORE MEMORIES USING MULTIPLE COINCIDENCE
PGEC602 192
CACM62~ 211
A METHOD FOR ELIMINATING AMBIGUITY DUE TO SIGNAL COINCIDENCE IN DIGITAL DESIGN
ON. THE WIRING OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL MULTIPLE-COINCIDENCE MAGNETIC MEMORIES
PGEC561 19
COINCIDENT CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF FERRITE APERTURED WCR 584 62
PLATES
WIDE TEMPERATURE RANGE COINCIDENT CURRENT CORE MEMORIES
WJCC61 201
COINCIDENT CURRENT SUPERCONDUCTIVE MEMORY
LCMT61 421
COINCIDENT-CURRENT MAGNETIC COMPUTE~ MEMORY
ANL 53 150
DEVELOPMENTS AT M.I.T.
PGEC562 1]
A SMALL COINCIDENT-CURRENT MAGNETIC MEMORY
A COMPACT COINCIDENT-CURRENT MEMORY
EJCC56 120
CHARACTERISTICS OF A HIGH-SPEED MULTIPATH CORE FOR A COINCIDENT-CURRENT MEMORY
PGEC623 405
COINCIDENT-CURRENT SUPERCONDUCTIVE MEMORY
PGEC61] ~38
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC CODING LANGUAGE
ROME62 501
THE COLASL AUTOMATIC CODING SYSTEM
PACM62
~~
A FUNCTION GENERATOR USING COLD CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES
AUS 60 C8.2
A FUNCTION GENERATOR USING COLD-CATHODE SELECTOR TUBES
PGEC611 11
MANAGEMENT OF RECORDS IN A LARGE-SCALE COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAM (HONEYWELL BOOI
CAS 61
3
COMPUTER-PLANNED COLLATES
CACM635 225
SORTING AND COLLATING
MSEE~63
22
THE COMAC. AN EFFICIENT PUNCHED CARD COLLATING SYSTEM FOR THE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INF ICSI582 12~5
ORMATICN
THE DESIGN OF SYNCHRONIZING BUFFERS FOR COLLECTING AND DISTRIBUTING DIGITAL- DATA
PACM56
37
COMPUTERS IN THE TAX COLLECTING PROCESS
CAN 62 1~4
DATA COLLECTION AND TRANSMISSION
TCJ~612 103
DATA COLLECTION AS A BY-PRODUCT OF NORMAL BUSINESS MACHINE WJCC55
34
OPERATION
SOURCES AND COLLECTION OF DATA FOR LINEAR PROGRAMMING
AUS 60 AB.3
SYMPOSIUM ON THE COLLECTION. STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION
ICIP59 495
CURRENT MULTIPLICATION OF A CYLINDRICAL HOOK COLLECTOR
THEORETICAL IBMJ611 25
TWO-COLLECTOR TRANSISTOR FOR BINARY FULL ADDITION
IBMJ573 212
CALCULATING MACHINES AT THE BIRKBECK COLLEGE COMPUTATION LABORATORY
FTT 53 110
THE IMPERIAL COLLEGE COMPUTING ENGINE
FTT 53 161
INFORMATION
AUTOMATIC
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND
AUTOMATIC
CODES AND

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TITLE WORD INDEX

COMPUTER EDUCATION, DILEMMA OF THE
COMPUTER COURSES FOR
PROBLEMS
ON THE
EQUATIONS
CHEBYSHEV
THE COMPUTER SIMULATION OF A
SOME NEW ASPECTS OF
COMPUTATION IN MULTI-COMPONENT DISTILLATION
AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY
THE STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION
THE

COLLEGES
COLLEGES
COLLOCATION METHOD FOR THE SOLUTION OF BOUNOARY VALUE
COLLOCATION METHODS FOR ORDINARY OIFFERENTIAL
COLONIAL, SOCIO-ECONOMIC SOCIETY
COLOR PERCEPTION
COLUMN DESIGN
AUTOMATIC
COLUMNS
COMAC, AN EFFICIENT PUNCHED CARD COLLATING SYSTEM FOR
COMBAT COMPUTERS
COMBAT VEHICLE FIRING STABILITY !ACTIVE SUSPENSIONI
TRANSIENTS IN COMBINATION LOGIC CIRCUITS
TRON TRAJECTORY TRACING
APPLICATION OF A COMBINATION OF ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO ELEC
EIGENVALU
ES OF THE SUCCESSIVE OVER-RELAXATION PROCESS AND ITS COMBINATION WITH CHEBYSHEV SEMI-ITERATION
ITERATIVE SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOSED OF COMBINATIONAL CELLS
A TRUTH TABLE METHOD FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF COMBINATIONAL LOGIC
TIN> OIGITAL COMPUTER HAVING ONLY AN ERROR-DETECTING COMBINATIONAL PART
IIDEALIZED OVER-ALL ERRDR-CORREC
TRANSISTORS IN COMBINATIONAL SWITCHING CIRCUITS
ITERATIVE COMBINATIONAL SWITCHING NETWORKS, GENERAL DESIGN
CONSIDERATIONS
ON THE GENERATION OF PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS
EVALUATION OF INTEGRALS INVOLVING COMBINATIONS OF BESSEL FUNCTIONS AND CIRCULAR FUNCTIO
NS
TIME'
COMMENT ON 'DECODING COMBINATIONS OF THE FIRST N tNTEGERS TAKEN K AT A
TIME
DECODING COMBINATIONS OF THE FIRST N INTEGERS TAKEN K AT A
PROGRAMMING TAPE
FINITE AND COMBINATORIAL AUTOMATA. TURING AUTOMATA WITH A
SOME COMBINATORIAL LEMMAS IN TOPOLOGY
NG MACHI.NES
A STUDY OF CERTAIN COMBINATORIAL PROBLEMS THROUGH EXPERIMENTS ON COMPUTI
ATIONS TO SEARCHING AND SORTING
SOME COMBINATORIAL PROPERTIES OF CERTAIN TREES WITH APPLIC
ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES COMBINED
THE USE OF THREADED LISTS IN CONSTRUCTING A COMBINED ALGOL AND MACHINE-LIKE ASSEMBLY PROCESSOR
COMBINED ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES
A DEVICE TO FACILITATE COMBINEO ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTATION
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
ANALOG, DIGITAL, AND COMBINED ANALOG-OIGITAL COMPUTERS FOR REAL-TIME
SIMULATION
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTING ELEMENTS
A COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
THE CASE FOR COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SIMULATION
USE OF A COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL SYSTEM FOR RE-ENTRY VEHICLE
FLIGHT SIMULATION
COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN SIMULATION
FOR THE SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
COMBINED ANALOGUE AND DIGITAL CDMPUTING TECHNIQUES
TERMS FREQUENTLY COMBINED IN PROBLEM DESCRIPTION
A COMBINED INOEXING-ABSTRACTING SYSTEM
COMBINED MAGNETIC AND GRAPHIC STORE
LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM BILLING AND CDMBINED OPERATIONS BY ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
COMBINED READING AND WRITING ON A MAGNETIC DRUM
G SYSI
THE VARIABLE WORD AND RECORD LENGTH AND THE COMBINED RECORD APPROACH ON. ELECTRONIC DATA-PROCESS IN
A METHOD OF COMBINING ALGOL AND COBOL
COMBINING ALGOL STATEMENT ANALYSIS WITH VALIDITY
CHECKING
COMBUSTION AERODYNAMICS
THE COMING IMPACT OF COMPUTERS ON AOVERTISING
MAN-MACHINE COMMUNICATIONS IN THE COMING TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY
COM IT
COMIT AS AN IR LANGUAGE
THE COMIT SYSTEM
THE COMIT SYSTEM FOR MECHANICAL TRANSLATION
COMIT, A LANGUAGE FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION
INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MILITARY COMMANO
SYSTEMS MODERNIZATION IN THE AIR MATERIEL COMMAND
I NFORMA TI ON
OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL COMPUlER WITH AN EXTRACT COMMAND
BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL
COMPUTERS FOR REAL TIME MILITARY COMMAND AND CONTROL
0825, A MULTIPLE-COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR COMMAND ANO CONTROL
RECOL, A RETRIEVAL COMMAND LANGUAGE
A COMMAND LANGUAGE FOR HANDLING STRINGS OF SYMBOLS
A COMMAND STRUCTURE FOR COMPLEX INFORMATION PROCESSING
JOVIAL, A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE FOR REAL-TIME COMMAND SYS TEM S
NAL OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL COMPUTER WITH AN EXTRACT COMMAND'
CORRECTION TO 'BINARY ANO TRUTH-FUNCTIO
COMMENT ON 'AN IMAGINARY NUMBER SYSTEM'
INTEGERS TAKEN K AT A TIME'
COMMENT ON 'DECODING COMBINATIONS OF THE FIRST N
COMMENT ON A PAPER ON PARALLEL PROCESSING
COMMENT ON CARDIFF
SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS, A REVIEW AND COMMENTARY
A COMMENTARY ON REDUNDANCY
COMMENTS FROM A FORTRAN USER
COMMENTS ON 'A NEW METHOD OF COMPUTATION OF SQUARE
ROOTS wITHOUT USING DIVISION'
FOR 256 CHARACTERS'
COMMENTS ON 'A PROPOSAL FOR A GENERALIZED CARD CODE
COMMENTS ON A TECHNIQUE FOR COUNTING ONES
SOME COMMENTS ON CHARACTER RECOGNITION
SIZE COl'PUTERS
COMMENTS ON THE ALGOL SYSTEM FOR THE SMALL AND MEDIUM
S AND BLOCKS IN ALGOL 60
COMMENTS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RECURSIVE PROCEOURE
THE APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS TO BUSINESS AND COMMERCE
DATA PROCESSING IN COMMERCE
ORGANIZATION OF A COMPUTING SERV ICE FOR INDUS TRY ANO COMMERCE
APPLICATION OF CALCULATING MACHINES TO BUSINESS ANO COMMERCE
THE
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 1
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 2
COMPUTERS AND COMMERCE 3, STOCK RECORDING AND CONTROL
COMPUTERS ANO COMMERCE 4, MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
PROCESSING E'UIP~ENT IN AUSTRALIA
THE COMMERCIAL ANO INDUSTRIAL MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC DATA
EXPERIENCE
COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS, THE IMPLICATION OF CENSUS
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL AUTCMATIC PROGRAMMING
SPECIAL-PURPOSE, ELE
CTRONIC DATA SYSTEMS, THE SOLUTION TO INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL AUTCMATION
TIDE, A COMMERCIAL COMPILER FOR THE IBM 650
THE EXPERIENCE OF APPLYING A COMMERCIAL COMPUTER IN A BRITISH ORGANIZATION
THE STATE OF THE ART, IAI COMMERCIAL COMPUTERS IN BRITAIN, JUNE 1959
THE CONTRIB~TION OF SYMBOLIC ANAlYSIS TECHNIQUES IN COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING
STATUS, ACHIEVEMENT AND TRENDS OF PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING
THE PRESENT
PROBLEMS OF COMMERCIAL DATA PROCESSING IGERMANI
CONSIDERATIONS IN APPLYING A COMPUTER TO COMMERCIAL DATA-PROCESSING
A CASE STUDY IN COMMERCIAL ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMERCIAL OR ADMINISTRATIVE APPLICATIONS
118

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COD - COM
LSU 57
11
TCB4603 82
PACM5B
6
TCJ6644 358
WJCC61 613
IBMJ594 312
AUS 60 B4.1
CAS 59
6
ICSI582 1245
NCR 584 292
CACM616 U9
RTCS62
9
TCJ2593 134
TCJ66J3 250
PGEC622 123
PGEC614 604
PGEC593 321
HARV572 138
PGEC584 285
BIT 6210 228
J ACM582 119
CACM600 536
CACM604 235
IFIP62 391
IBMJ605 518
LSU 55 101
JACM621 13
CC5T61 141
(ACM6H 36
LSU 57
44
WJCC58 212
HACC59
30
EJCC57 104
WJCC61 299
EJCC59
94
WJCC5B
86
EJCC61 114
EJCC61 105
AIC 623 275
WJCC56
64
CACM631 31
ICSI581 449
LCMT61 137
JACM541
7
PIRE530 1438
WJCC57 214
WJCC61 319
CACM607 418
HARV49 293
CAS 61
55
CAS 61
45
CACM633 83
CACM621 19
NSMT60 439
ICIP59 183
ROME62 113
PACM62
7B
CAS 58
11
CACM585 12
CAN 62
99
FJCC62
86
CACM633 117
PACM58
30
WJCC58 119
ARAP623 53
CACM588
6
CACM61B 355
CACM600 536
CACM612 103
TC86623 73
P IRE611 31
RTCS62 367
CACM609 501
CACM602 86
CACM59N 12
CACM600 538
TCJ4612 114
ROME62 253
CACM611 65
FTT 53 246
EOPS61 243
TCJ4612 161
MANCSI
30
TCJ15B2 69
TCJ1583 132
TCJ15B3 137
TCJ1594 168
AUS 60 A1.2
WJCC53
49
TCJ5622 107
WJCC59 143
ARAP5'H 207
rCJ3614 185
TCJ2593 97
AU5 60A12.2
DIP 62 312
DIP 62 350
LSU 56
B4
TCB2581 12
ADC 53
85
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ONR 56
57
RCA APPROACH TO AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR COMMERCIAL PROBLEMS
ARAP612 305
TH E GROWTH OF A COMMERCIAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
ARAP623 277
PROGRESS IN SOME COMMERCIAL SOURCE LANGUAGES
AUS 60A12.1
COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR
FACT, A BUSINESS ARAP612 231
COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH COBOL AND COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR
ARAP63't 183
A COMMERCIAL USE OF STACKS
BCS 58 510
THE PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF A SMALL COMMERCIAL USER
THE FUTURE OF THE LARGE-SCALE COMPUTER IN INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL WORK
WHERE NEXT, SOME CONJECTURES ON TCJ2592 85
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS TO THE COMMERICAL PLANNING OF AN INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY
EDPS61 3""
AND NATIONAL INSURANCE
NOTE ON COMMISSIONING OF LEO COMPUTER AT MINISTRY OF PENSIONS TCJ2601t 198
CACM590 25
RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE SHARE ALGOL COMMITTEE
TCJ6633 222
THE VIEWS OF THE DATA TRANSMISSION COMMITTEE
LANGUAGE STRUCTURE GROUP OF THE CODASYL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
AN INFORMATION ALGEBRA, PHASE 1 REPORT, CACM62" 190
ARAP591 268
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF ACM-GAMM COMMITTEE ON AN INTERNATIONAL ALGEBRAIC LANGUAGE
CAN 62
11
PHILOSOPHY OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS
ARAP612
lit 1
APT, A COMMON COMPUTER LANGUAGE
SACI58
23
SELFCHEK, A NEW COMMON LANGUAGE
ONR 56
7
DEVELOPMENT OF COMMON LANGUAGE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS
FJCC62 121
A COMMON LANGUAGE FOR HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, AND
APPLICATIONS
ACFl57
57
OMNICODE, A COMMON LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING SYSTEM
I CIP59 120
THE PROBLEM OF A COMMON LANGUAGE, ESPECIALLY FOR SCIENTIFIC NUMERAL
WORK
TC83591
9
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
TCB3593 61t
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAM~ING LANGUAGE (21
TCB3605 87
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (31
TOWARDS A COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE (It I
TC8"601 18
CACM63N 660
REPORT OF A VISIT TO DISCUSS COMMON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND
POLAND, 1963
MTP 58
75
PROGRAMS WITH COMMON SENSE
59
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMON-LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR 8USINESS DATA SYSTEMS CAS 59
AUS 63 A.I0
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING IN THE COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE STAFF TRAINING
ICSI581 199
PLANNED AND UNPLANNED SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
18MJ581t 276
PROBLEMS IN SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
P IRE611 319
DIGITAL SIMULATION IN RESEARCH ON HUMAN COMMUNICATION
IFIP62 3ltl
A SURVEY OF SEVERAL ASPECTS OF DATA COMMUNICATION
SJCC62 113
ON-LINE MAN-COMPUTER COMMUNICATION
29
G EFFORT THROUGH THE PROMOTION OF INTER-INSTALLATION COMMUNICATION
/HE REDUCTION OF REDUNDANT PROGRAMMIN DNR 56
WJCC59 286
COMMUNICATION ACROSS LANGUAGE BARRIERS
WJCC60 329
MAN-TO-MACHINE COMMUNICATION AND AUTOMATIC CODE TRANSLATION
WJCC59 176
SOME COMMUNICATION ASPECTS OF CHARACTER-SENSING SYSTEMS
IFIP62 31t7
COMPUTER-TO-COMPUTER COMMUNICATION AT 2.5 MEGABITS PER SEC
WJCC58 216
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN COMPUTERS
ROMf62
791
A LANGUAGE DESIGNED FOR COMMUNICATION BETWEEN COMPUTERS OF DIFFERENT TYPES
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS ROME62 797
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN INDEPENDENTLY TRANSLATED BLOCKS CACM627 376
CAS 60 IItl
DATA COMMUNICATION BETWEEN REMOTE MACHINES
EJCC57 191t
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN REMOTELY LOCATED DIGITAL
COMPUTERS
EJCC61 166
A VERSATILE MAN-MACHINE COMMUNICATION CONSOLE
ICSI582 1027
INTERLINGUAL COMMUNICATION IN THE SCIENCES
I8MJ603 311
SYNTHES IS OF A COMMUNICATION NET
FJCC62 Ilt7
DATA PROCESSING FOR COMMUNICATION NETWORK MONITORING AND CONTROL
18MJ5BIt 268
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES IN A UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENT
EJCC57 197
COMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS AS REAL-TIME
COMPUTERS
PGEC603 329
MAGNETOSTRICTIVE ULTRASONIC DELAY LINES FOR A PCM COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
SJCC63 329
SKETCHPAD, A MAN-MACHINE GRAPHICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
PACM61 12A5
A CLASS OF MULTI-QUEUE PROBLEMS ARISING IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
PIRE611 196
DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES
31
/VATION OF WAVE SHAPE AND COHE OPI 62
RENCE PROPERTIES OF NATURAL LIGHT USING THE TOOLS OF COMMUNICATION THEORY
AUS 63 A.18
DATA TRANSMISSION, COMMUNICATION TO CENTRALISED PROCESSING SYSTEMS
EJCC60
11
A METHOD OF VOICE COMMUNICATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
CACM588 12
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES, PART 1
CACM589
9
THE PROBLEM OF PROGRAMMING COMMUNICATION WITH CHANGING MACHINES, PART 2
CACM630 622
TELEPHONES
DATA-DIAL, TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION .ITH COMPUTERS FROM ORDINARY DIAL
LSU 55 193
THE FUTURE IN COMMUNICATIONS
I BMJ581t lIO
THE ROLE OF LARGE MEMORIES IN SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATIONS
AUS 63 B.21
USE OF CO~PUTERS IN PLANNING P.M.G. COMMUNICATIONS
TCJ563't 308
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
A SYSTEMS APPROACH NCR 59" 223
TC INTEGRATION OF AUTCMATIC DATA PROCESSING AND COMMUNICATIONS
AN APPROACH TO MANUFA FJCC63 535
CTURING CONTROL USING INEXPENSIVE SOURCE TO COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS
FJCC62 280
ANALYSIS
A DATA COMMUNICATIONS AND PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR CARDIAC
EJCC61 2ltl
INFORMATION HANDLING IN THE DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL COMPLEX
CAS 61 132
DIGITAL COMPUTERS IN COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING
EJCC61 219
COMMUNICATIONS FOR COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
CAS 61
itS
MAN,..MACHINE COMMUNICATIONS IN THE COMING TECHNOLOGICAL SOCIETV
EJCC55
83
THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS IN DIGITAL DATA SYSTEMS
CACM639 571t
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM
CACM633 1-1
INOEX TO THE COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, VOLUMES 1-5, 1958-1962
ALGOL REFERENCES IN COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM, 1960-1961
CACM61,) "Olt
EJCC57 208
TRAFFIC ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATIONS SWITCHING SYSTEMS
FOUR EJCC61 261t
ADVANCED COMPUTERS, KEY TO AIR FORCE DIGITAL DATA COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
EJCC59 11 It
THE ~ULTI-SEQUENCE COMPUTER AS A COMMUNICATIONS TOOL
EJCC57 178
RESERVATIONS COMMUNICATIONS UTLIZING A GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL
COMPUTER
WJCC60 225
COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN A POLYMORPHIC INTELLECTRONlc
SYSTEM
LCMT61
99
STORES
THE CATHODE-RAY TUBE AS A COMMUTATING DEVICE IN LARGE-CAPACITY. RANDOM-ACCESS
I BMJ583 118
A DIRECT-READING PRINTED-CIRCUIT COMMUTATOR FOR ANALOG-TO-OIGITAL DATA CONVERSION
I BMJ572 116
THE MULTIPURPOSE BIAS DEVICE, PART I, THE COMMUTATOR TRANSISTOR
EJCC56 120
A COMPACT COINCICENT-CURRENT MEMORY
ITRARY INTEGRAL DOMAINS
A FINITE SEQUENTIALLY COMPACT PROCESS FOR THE ADJOINTS OF MATRICES OVER ARB CACM628 ItIt7
NCR 621t 63
A COMPACT 166-KILOBIT FILM MEMORY
11
ESTABLISHING ELECTRONIC EDPS61
DATA PROCESSING AT THE TRYGG-FYLGIA INSURANCE COMPANIES
CAN 62
21
DECISION MAKING USING A COMPUTER, A TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
RESEARCH AND COMPUTERS IN AN INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY
OPERATIONS CAN 58 229.
27
DEVELOPMENTS IN C OCR 62
HARACTER RECCGNITION MACHINES AT RABINDW ENGINEERING COMPANY
APPLICATION OF COMPUTERS EDPS61 31t1t
TO THE CO'MERICAL PLANNING OF AN INTEGRATED OIL COMPANY
/QUIREMENTS PLANNING OF PRODUCTION COMPONEN BIT 6.32 108
TS AND SPARE PARTS AT A FARM EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY
SHOULD YOUR COMPANY HAVE AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
LSU 58
1"
lit
OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICE/
THE MEXICAN POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY INTRODUCES A DIRECT WAY FOR FAST COMPUTATION PACM53
CAN 60
83
ORGANllING FOR COMPANY-WIDE CLERICAL AUTOMATION
OPE EJCC51t
itO
RATING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY'S DECIMAL COMP~TER, THE CRC 102-0
COMPARATIVE DATA ON MACHINES AVAILABLE IN THE UNITED TCB1573 88
KINGOO~ FOR CLERICAL USERS
MPEO HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSE CIRCUITS (ABSTRACTI
COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF SATURATING AND CURRENT CLA·PGEC602 L75
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROPAGATION SPEED-UP CIRCUITS IN IFIP62 671
BINARY ARIT~METIC UNITS
119

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

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RECENT NUMERICAL EXPERIMENTS
A METHDD DF
ANALOGUE VS. DIGITAL COMPUTERS, A
A TENTATIVE
TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES, A

CDMPARING SUCCESSIVE OVERRELAXATION ITERATIVE METHODS
COMPARING THE TIME REQUIREMENTS OF SORTING METHODS
COMPARISON
COMPARISON BET~EEN ANIMAL AND MACHINE MEMORIES
COMPARISON BETWEEN HUMAN AND MACHINE TRANSLATION
TECHNIQUES
A CDMPARISON BETWEEN THE PDLYPHASE AND OSCILLATING SORT
COMPARISON OF COOING ON S.E.A.C. AND E.D.S.A.C.
A COMPARISON OF DISKS AND TAPES
SOLUTION OF BEAM-VIBRATION PROBLEMS
A COMPARISON OF HIGHER-ORDER DIFFERENCE METHODS IN THE
DF NTH ROOTS
COMPARISON OF ITERATIVE METHODS FOR THE CALCULATION
NCE OF THE ITERATIVE SOLUTION OF LINEAR EQUATIOI
A COMPARISON OF MACHINE ORGANIZATIONS BY THEIR PERFORMA
ON DIGITAL COMPUTERS
A COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR GENERATING NORMAL DEVIATES
A COMPARISON OF ONE AND THREE ADDRESS CDDES
CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
COMPARISON OF SATURATED AND NONSATURATED SWITCHING
A COMPARISON OF SEVERAL PERCEPTRON MODELS
FUNCTIONS ON AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
A COMPARISON OF SDME METHODS OF CALCULATING COVARIANCE
A COMPARISON OF 650 PROGRAMMING METHODS
CONVERSION, RECONVERSION AND COMPARISON TECHNIQUES IN VARIABLE LENGTH SORTING
FACT, A BUSINESS COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH COBOL AND COMMERCIAL TRANSLATOR
STANDARDIZED COMPARISONS OF COMPUTER PERFORMANCE
A PROPOSAL FOR CHARACTER CODE COMPATABILITY
ALTAC, FDRTRAN, AND COMPATIBILITY
COBOL AND COMPATIBILITY
COMPUTERS
PROGRAMMING COMPATIBILITY IN A FAMILY OF CLOSELY RELATED DIGITAL
PREDICTING S(GNAL DEGENERATION AND GATE COMPATIBILITY IN LOGIC CIRCUITS
COMPATIBILITY OF STATES IN INPUT-INDEPENDENT MACHINES
OPERATIONAL COMPATIBILITY OF SYSTEMS, CONVENTIONS
EVEMENT OF WIDE ANGLE VISUAL DISPLAYS
COMPUTER COMPATIBLE ELECTROLUMINESCENT TECHNIQUES FOR THE ACHI
COPPER-MANDREL POTENTIOMETER DYNAMIC ERROR AND COMPENSATION
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION FOR A CORE MEMORY
SOLID-STATE ANALOG COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC GAS FLOW COMPENSATIONS
AN ON-LINE
COBOL COMPILATION FOR RCA 501 (SWEDISHI
COMPILATION FOR TWO COMPUTERS WITH NELIAC
OPTIMIZATION OF THE ADDRESS FIELD COMPILATION IN THE ILL lAC 2 ASSEMBLER
ON THE COMPILATION OF SUBSCRIPTED VARIABLES
THE AUTOMATIC COMPILATION OF TECHNICAL DATA TABLES, A CASE STUDY
ANALOG AND DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN THE AUTOMATIC MAP COMPILATION SYSTEM
APPLICATION OF HYBRID
LANGUAGE
EFFICIENT COMPILATOR OF PROGRAMS WRITTEN IN A MIXED PROGRAMMING
A FORTRAN-COMPILED LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE
A FORTRAN-COMPILED LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE
THE LMO EDIT COMPILER
A MATHEMATICAL LANGUAGE COMPILER
LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PACT I COMPILER
PRODUCING COMPUTER INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PACT I'COMPILER
A MA'HEMATICAL LANGUAGE COMPILER
SIMCOM, THE SIMULATOR COMPILER
TAC, THE TRANSAC ASSEMBLER-COMPILER
IBM 109 TAPE MATRIX COMPILER
DESIGN OF A MULTI PROGRAMMED ALGEBRAIC COMPILER
A NELIAC GENERATED 7090-1401 COMPILER
A PREPLANNED APPROACH TO A STORAGE ALLOCATION COMPILER
CL-I, AN ENVIRONMENT FOR A COMPILER
EXPERIMENr5 WITH A HEURISTIC COMPILER
A FAMILY OF SYMBOLIC INPIIT LANGUAGES AND AN ALGOL COMPILER
GECOM, THE GENERAL COMPILER
A NELIAC-GENERATED 7090-1.01 COMPILER
THE STRUCTURE AND USE OF tHE SYNTAX DIRECTED COMPILER
THE COMPILER COMPILER
A HALF YEAR'S EXPERIENCE WITH THE FACIT-ALGOL I COMPILER
AN ADVANCED INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A COBOL COMPILER
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER ALGOL COMPILER
AN ALGOL 60 COMPILER
EXPERIMENTS WITH A HEURISTIC COMPILER
DESIGN OF A SEPARABLE TRANSITIDN-OIAGRAM COMPILER
NON REDUNDANT FILES-TECHNIQUES USED IN THE FACT COMPILER
SORTING
FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION WITH AN ALGEBRAIC COMPILER
TWO SUBROUTINES
MING AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART V, THE SYSTEM'S COBOL COMPILER
DESIGN OF A~ INTEGRATED PROGRAM
AND OPERATING SYSTEM PART IV, THE SYSTEM'S FORTRAN COMPILER
DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED PROGRAMMING
A PARAMETERISED COMPILER BASED ON MECHANISED LINGUISTICS
PLA IN ENGLI SH
MIRFAC. A CDMPILER BASED ON STANDARD MATHEMATICAL NOTATION AND
A COMPILER CAPABLE OF LEARNING
THE COMPILER COMPILER
WIZOR. A COMPILER COMPILER FOR THE GE 225 COMPUTER
MADCAP, A SCIENTIFIC COMPILER FDR A DISPLAYED FORMULA TEXTBOOK LANGUAGE
AN EXPERIMENT WITH A SELF-COMPILING COMPILER FOR A SIMPLE LIST-PROCESSING LANGUAGE
A SYNTAX DIRECTED COMPILER FOR ALGOL 60
A BASIC COMPILER FOR ARITHMETIC EXPRESSIONS
NOTE ON AN,ALGOL 60 COMPILER FOR PEG'ASUS I
EQUATIONS
A COMPILER FOR SOLVING SYSTEMS OF LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL
WIZOR, A COMPILER COMPILER FOR THE GE 225 CDMPUTER
TIDE, A COMMERCIAL CDMPILER FOR THE IBM 650
THE PACT COMPILER FOR HIE 701
A MATRIX COMPILER FOR UNIVAC
CLIP, A COMPILER LANGUAGE FOR INFORMATION PROCESSING
MACRO INSTRUCTION EXTENSIONS OF CDMPILER LANGUAGES
TRANSLATIDN OF COMPILER LANGUAGES
COMPILER METHOD OF AUTOMATIC PRDGRAMMING
THE ARITHMETIC TRANSLATOR-COMPILER OF THE'IBM FORTRAN AUTOMATIC COOING SYSTEM
URE LANGUAI
TRANSLATION OF ARTIFICIAL LANGUAGES BY COMPILER PROGRAMS. RESEARCH REPORT AND DESIGN FOR FUT
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COMPILER SYSTEM
THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF UNIVAC BY THE A-2 COMPILER SYSTEM IGERMANI
A COMPILER WITH AN ANALOG-ORIENTED INPUT LANGUAGE
COMPILER-INTERPRETER FOR USING IN NUMERICAL ORIENTED
LANGUAGES TRANSLATION
RETRIEVAL OF INFORMATION
THE FACT COMPILER, A SYSTEM FOR THE EXTRACTION, STORAGE, ANO
COMMERC IAL TRANSLATOR
FACT, A BUSINESS COMPILER, DESCRIPTION AND COMPARISON WITH COBOL AND
IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPILER, GECOM
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER ALGOL COMPILER. PART I
THE DESIGN OF THE GIER ALGOL COMPILER, PART II
COMPUTER EVOLUTION TO AID COMPILERS
HISTORY OF WRITING COMPILERS
120

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 19.6-1963

COM - CDM
PACM61 2A2
CACM635 259
P1RE530 1254
AUS 63 C.22
MTP 58 219
CACM635 223
MANt51
26
CACM630 63.
PGEC621
9
CACM613 1.3
JACM59• •16
JACM593 316
MANt51
19
PGEC602 161
SOS 62 463
TCJ361. 262
CACM60D 663
CACM635 267
ARAP612 231
IFIP62
57
CACM602 71
PACM61 2B2
CACM625 25.
CACM607 .20
PGEC63] 211
JACM613 .00
CACM616 266
NCR 63. 11
PGEC613 516
EJCC59 200
NCR 602 96
BIT 61. 263
CACM60N 601
TCJ66•• 332
CACM61. 169
AUS 60 A8.'
SJCC63 105
ROME62 353
PACM59
37
JACM60Z 87
DNR 54 114
PACM56
30
JACM56. 279
JACM564288
ACFI57
81
EJCC59 139
PACM59
60
CACM599 31
PACM61 2Bl
PACM61 2B5
CACM610 411
CACM611 23
PACM62
10
ROME62 421
ROME62 .95
CACM622 101
ARAP623 207
ARAP623 229
BIT 623 131
CACM625 213
ARAP634 .9
ARAP63. 81
JACM634 493
CACM637 396
CACM635 231
CACM612 102
IBSJ633 322
IBSJ633 311
ARAP634 125
CACM639 545
WJCC59' 137
ARAP623 229
PACM62
.6
CACM611 31
ARAP63.
1
CACM611 51
CACM611
3
TCJ6'" 336
CAN 60 276
PACM62
46
ARAP591 201
ONR 56
61
ACFI57
71
PACM59
13
CACM60. 21.
PACM62
10
ONR 5.
15
CACM592
9
PACM59
75
ONR 5.
30
ECIP55 154
WJCC59
92
R0ME62 539
WJCC60
73
ARAP612 231
AUS 63 C.20
BIT 632 12.
BIT 633 1.'
CAN 62 238
PACM62
43
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HANDLING OF SUBSCRIPTED VARIABLES IN ALGOL 60
RECURSIVE SUBSCRIPTING
THE ALGEBRAIC
DATA PROCESSING
THE CONSTRUCTION OF EFFICIENT
A PROPOSED TARGET LANGUAGE FOR
NING FOR ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS VIA
MACHINE INDEPENDENCE IN
RY
LINGUISTIC AND MACHINE METHODS FOR

COMPILERS
EFFICIENT ROME62 331
COMPILERS AND LIST-TYPE MEMORIES
CACM592
4
COMPILERS FOR BENDIX G-20 COMPUTING SYSTEM
ROME62 449
COMPILERS FOR SMALL CARD READING COMPUTERS
PACM59
63
COMPILERS FOR SMALL SLOW COMPUTERS
ROME62 211
COMPILERS ON ATLAS
TCJ5622 100
COMPILERS, INTERPRETERS, AND ASSEMBLERS
TRAI CAS 59 116
COMPILING
ROME62 219'
COMPILING AND UPDATING THE HARVARD AUTOMATIC DICTIONA ICSI582 951
COMPILING CONNECTIVES
CACM606 345
COMPILING MATRIX OPERATIONS
CACM62D 590
COMPILING ROUTINES
PACM52T
1
REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPILING ROUTINES
AUS 60C12.4
COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
TCJ4611 10
CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS IN ALGOL 60
COMPILING TECHNIQUES FOR BOOLEAN EXPRESSIONS ANO
CACM611 10
A METHOD FOR OBTAINING SPECIFIC VALUES OF COMPILING-PARAMETER FUNCTIONS
JACM623 379
PGEC591 25
A RING MCOEL FOR THE STUDY OF MULTIPLICATION FOR COMPLEMENT CODES
COMPUTERS
TWO'S COMPLEMENT MULTIPLICATION IN BINARY PARALLEL DIGITAL PGEC553 118
THE OESIGN OF COMPLEMENTARY-OUTPUT NETWORKS
PGEC626 143
CORRECTION TO 'THE OESIGN OF COMPLEMENTARY-OUTPUT NETWORKS'
PGEC633 232
ASSOCIATIVE TECHNIQUES WITH COMPLEMENTING FLIP-FLOPS
SJCC63 381
ELEMENTS OF A COMPLETE COMPUTING SYSTEM
MSEE462 11
EPTIONAL CASE IN A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ARCS OF A COMPLETE GRAPH
ON THE EXC IBMJ605 487
INVERSION OF A COMPLETE MATRIX
CACM619 398
MINIMAL COMPLETE RELAY DECODING NETWORKS
IBMJ6D5 525
SYSTEM
A COMPLETELY INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING
AUS 60 A4.2
THE RELATION BETWEEN COMPLETENESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A SUBJECT CATALOGUE ICSI581 317
REPORT ON COMPLETION OF G2 eGERMANI
ECIP55
91
A PROPOSED PLANNING MAN-MACHINE COMPLEX
AUS 63 B.5
HANOLING IN THE DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS CONTROL COMPLEX
INFORMATION EJCC61 241
DHURI'S ALGORITHM FOR A MINIMUM COVER OF AN ABSTRACT COMPLEX
ON A PROGRAM FOR RAY-CHAO CACM61N 504
MANUFACTURING CONTROL IN A MULTI-SHOP MANUFACTURING COMPLEX
IBY TELEPHONE, ONE STEP TOWARDS INTEGRATED FJCC63 519
ION WHEN THE EIGENVALUES OF THE ITERATION MATRIX ARE COMPLEX
ILTANEOUS EQUATIONS BY CHEBYSHEV EXTRAPOLAT TCJ6632 169
BESSEL FUNCTIONS OF INTEGRAL ORDER AND COMPLEX ARGUMENT
CACM614 169
AN ARSENAL OF ALGOL PROCEDURES FOR COMPLEX ARITHMETIC
BIT 624 232
CONTROL UNITS FOR SEQUENCING COMPLEX ASYNCHRONOUS OPERATIONS
PGEC6Z4 483
THE EVALUATION OF COMPLEX GUIDED WEAPON SYSTEMS USING ANALOG COMPUTERS AUS 60B'10.2
A COMMAND STRUCTURE FOR COMPLEX INFORMATION PROCESSING
WJCC58 119
A COMPLEX INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR THE LGP-30 CAN 60 121
TO THE CALCULATION OF THE FORMATION CONSTANTS OF COMPLEX IONS
APPLICATION OF IBM EOP METHOOS CACM63N 694
COMPUTING THE GENERALIZED INVERSE OF AN ARBITRARY COMPLEX MATRIX
AN ELIMINATION METHOD FOR JACM634 532
ON TAKING THE SQUARE ROOT OF A COMPLEX NUMBER
TCJ2592 89
IMP, AN AUXILIARY DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR COMPLEX NUMBERS
IEES56 278
PACM61 13C3
A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR THE SOLUTION OF COMPLEX PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
ON COMPLEX SUCCESSIVE OVERRELAXATION
BIT 623 143
THE FUNCTIONAL DOMAIN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
SOS 61 369
THE CHESS MACHINE, AN EXAMPLE OF DEALING WITH A COMPLEX TASK BY ADAPTATION
WJCC55 101
C~ESS-PLAYING PROGRAMS ANO THE PROBLEM DF COMPLEXITY
I8MJ584 320
C~ESS-PLAYING PROGRAMS AND THE PROBLEM OF COMPLEXITY
CATH63
39
COMPLEXITY IN ELECTRONIC SWITCHING CIRCUITS
PGEC561 15
THE GROWTH OF COMPLEXITY OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE PROGRAM
TCJ6631 11
ON THE INVERSION COMPLEXITY OF A SYSTEM OF FUNCTIONS
JACM584 331
THE COMPLEXITY OF BIOLOGICAL COMPUTERS
PGEC513 192
NCIPLE OF MAJORITY DECISION LOGICAL ELEMENTS AND THE COMPLEXITY OF THEIR CIRCUITS
THE PRI ICIP59 400
ON THE MINIMUM LOGICAL COMPLEXITY REQUIRED FOR A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
PGEC5B4 282
THE TRANSISTOR AS A DIGITAL COMPUTER COMPONENT
EJCC51 105
THE ~AGNETIC AMPLIFIER AS AN ANALOG COMPUTER COMPONENT
PIRE530 1417
PGEC604 496
A NEW, SOLID-STATE, NONLINEAR ANALOG COMPONENT
SINGLE-INPUT COMPONENT CIRCUITS
CHBK6Z
11
RELIABILITY OF AN AIR DEFENSE COMPUTING SYSTEM, COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT
PGEC564 224
COMPONENT EVALUATION FOR AN OPTICAL DATA PROCESSOR
OPI 62 168
AMES INTO ENGLISH BY ANALYSIS AND RESYNTHESIS OF THE COMPONENT FRAGMENTS
10F RUSSIAN ORGANIC CHEMICAL N MTL 611 265
PREDICTION OF SYSTEM PERFORMANCE FROM INFORMATION ON COMPONENT PERFORMANCE
ON WJCC57
85
COMPONENT RELIABILITY
RMCS60
36
MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY
COMPONENT RELIABILITY INA COMPUTING MACHINE AT
ADC 53 252
NCEo-PAIR TUNNEL-DIOI
AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF COMPONENT TOLERANCES ON THE AMPLIFICATION OF THE BALA PGEC633 269
OOMPUTERS AND THEIR COMPONENTS
ONR 51
10
NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE ELEMENTS AS DIGITAL COMPUTER COMPONENTS
EJCC59
15
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CRYOGENIC COMPONENTS
ICIP59 455
ElECTRODEPOSITED T_ISTOR AND BIT WIRE COMPONENTS
PGEC594 465
DIGITAL COMPUTERS, COMPONENTS
CHBK62
10
SYMPOSIUM ON ADVANCED COMPONENTS
IFIP62 643
OF TRANSFER ADMITTANCE FUNCTIONS USING ACTIVE COMPONENTS
SYNTHESIS IBMJ631 40
MINIATURIZATION OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS eSWEDISHI
8IT 633 161
COMPONENTS AND BASIC CIRCUITS
HACC59
14
SOME THOUGHTS ON DIGITAL COMPONENTS AND CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES
PGEC613 416
CTURING COMPAI
REQUIREMENTS PLANNING OF PRODUCTION COMPONENTS ANO SPARE PARTS AT A FARM EQUIPMENT MANUFA 81T 632 108
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
PACM52T 6B
CIRCUIT COMPUTERS CONSTRUCTED OF MICROELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
ON ITERATIVE WJCC60 259
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS, SPECIAL COMPONENTS AND TECHNIQUES
CHBK6Z
6
WHAT COMPONENTS ARE AVAILABLE NOW ANO IN THE FUTURE
ONR 51
50
SOME NEW COMPONENTS FOR ANALOGUE COMPUTERS
AUS 512 206
NEW COMPONENTS FOR FERRORESONANT CIRCUITS
IFIP62 625
THE CIRCUIT COMPONENTS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS
FTT 53
32
COMPUTER COMPONENTS RESEARCH AT MELLON INSTITUTE
ANL 53 159
IN GERMANY eGERMANI
EXPERIENCE WITH COMPONENTS USED IN ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS MANUFACTURED ECIP55 132
ATION OF LOGICAL FUNCTIONS BY A NETWORK OF THRESHOLD COMPONENTS WITH SPECIFIED SENSITIVITY
REALIZ PGEC635 443
EVALUATION OF NEW COMPUTER COMPONENTS, EQUIPMENTS, AND SYSTEMS FOR NAVAL USE
EJCC56
9
MEAN LIFE OF PARALLEL ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION CASE
RTCS62 304
ON MICROELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, INTERCONNECTIONS, AND SYSTEM FABRICATION WJCC6D 251
ITERATIVE SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOS EO OF COMBINATIONAL CELLS
PGEC622 123
SIMPLIFICATION OF MULTIPLE-OUTPUT SWITCHING NETWORKS COMPOSED OF UNILATERAL DEVICES
THE PGEC604 411
QUADRATURE FCRMULAS WHICH ACHIEVE· HIGH ACCURACY IN COMPOSITE RULES
A FAMILY OF JACM593 384
AN EXPERIMENT IN MUSICAL COMPOSITION
PGEC573 175
CORRECTION TO AN EXPERIMENT IN MUSICAL COMPOSITION
PGEC5B1 60
ICC 6~4 195
A COMPOSITION METHOD FOR NORMAL MARKOV ALGORITHMS
TCJ6632 129
A TECHNIQUE FOR THE COMPOSITION OF MUSIC IN A COMPUTER
INVERSION OF TRIPLE-DIAGONAL COMPOUND MATRICES
JACM621 11
THE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY OF SOME INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS
IBMJ621 116
PRINTING CHEMICAL STRUCTURES ELECTRONICALLY, ENCOOED COMPOUNDS SEARCHED GENERICALLY WITH IBM 102
ICSI581 711
121

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

121

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TITLE WORD INOEX
A

FIC INFORMATION IN BIOLOGY, PROPOSAL FOR FINANCING A
THE M.I.T. SYSTEMS OF AUTOMATIC COOING,
ON
COOING AND CODE
MAGNETIC DRUM TIME
QUALITY ON TRANSMITTED INFORMATION RATE IN A BAND
STRUCTURE DETERMINATION
MATHEMATICAL lOGIC ANO PRINCIPAL lIMITATIONS OF
COMPUTATION AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME
ENTSCHEIDUNGSPROBlEM
ON
COMPUTATION AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME
SOME ENGIHEERING PROBLEMS REQUIRING AUTOMATIC
A BRIEF HISTORY OF
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL
A SYSTEM FOR GENERAL-PURPOSE ANALOG-DIGITAL
A DEVICE TO FACILITATE COMBINED ANALOG-DIGITAL
A MACHINE METHOD FOR SQUARE-ROOT
TABLES FOR AUTOMATIC
DIGITAL TECHNIQUES IN ANALOG
TINE MULTIPLEXING AS APPLIED TO ANALOG
CHECKING IN AUTOMATIC
NOTE ON EIGENVALUE
SYSTEM ERROR ANALYSIS IN
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF
A BASIS FOR A MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF
ADVANCES IN ORTHONORMAllZING
REAL-TIME ANALOG-DIGITAL
EXPERIENCE WITH HYBRIO
TOWARDS A MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE OF
REAL-TIME ANALOG-DIGITAL
ETHICS OF
RESULTS OF A OEBATE ON ETHICS OF
SHIFTRIX-MACHINE ORGANIZATION FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL
OF AUTOMOBILE TRAFFIC, A PROBLEM IN REAL-TIME
DEMANDS FOR ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS IN THE FIELD OF
REQUIREMENTS IN GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN MACHINE
IVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS RELATIVE TO HIGH SPEED
ON THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANALOG AND DIGITAL
ANALOGUE
S
DATA TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC
ONS
DATA TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMATIC
COMPUTABLE
COMPUTABLE'

REAL-TIME
CORRECTION 'REAL-TIME
DIGITAL
AUTOMATIC
ECURSIVE FUNCTIONS OF SYMBOLIC EXPRESSIONS AND THEIR
DESCRIPTION OF A
A VISIT TO
OVER-All
PHYSIOLOGY AND
IMPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATIC
ANALOG
THE NEW SIGNIFICANCE OF
DESIGN
AUTOMATIC
HYBRID
lES OF INTERPRETATION, AN APPROACH TO THE PROBLEM OF
CALCULATING MACHINES AT THE BIRKBECK COLLEGE
EQUIPPING THE UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH ON AUTOMATIC TRANSLATION AT THE HARVARD
OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANOAROS
EDUCATION PROJECT
THE UNIVERSITY
REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL ANALOGY
FUNCTIONS
ON THE
MIT OF WEIGHTEO lEAST SQUARES APPROXIMATORS
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
INFINITY USING AH ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
RECURSIVE
S INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
ON OF A 'FIXED-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR
ON OF A 'FIXED-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR
ITERATIVE PROCESSES FOR THE
HIGH SPEED
USING CONTINUEO FRACTIONS
ON THE
ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MAC~INE
THE
POINT BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS
ANALOG
ON THE NUMERICAL
R ANO LIGHT COMPANY INTRODUCES A OIRECT WAY FOR FAST
AUTOMATIC
SCHEDULING
NOTE ON THE PRACTICAL
FUNCTIONS
ON THE
THE
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
SQUARING
OIVISIONLESS
A NEW METHOO OF
COMMENTS ON 'A NEW METHOD OF
NUMERICAL
FORM IN RANDOM NORIIAL VARIABLES
MATRIX BY BAIRSTOW'S METHOD
TRINOMIAL CONGRUENCES
ON THE
CORRElATION
TECHNOLOGY
THE DIGITAL
AN INTEGRATED
ATIONAL HYBRID COMPUTING SYSTEM PROVIDES ANALOG-TYPE
A TECHNIQUE FOR PRECISE
122

COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FOR NETWORK PROBLEMS
COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SCIENTI
COMPREHENSIVE, SUMMER SESSION, ANO ALGEBRAIC
COMPRESSIBLE lAMINAR BOUNOARY lAYER FLOW
COMPRESSION
COMPRESSION RECOROER
OEPENOENCE OF SPEECH
CQMPRESSION SYSTEM
COMPROTEIN, A COMPUTER PROGRAM TO AID PRIMARY PROTEIN
DIGITAL COMPUTERS,
COMPUTABilITY
COMPUTABILITY OF RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS
REAL-TIME
COMPUTABLE
COMPUTABLE NUMBERS WITH AN APPLICATION TO THE
COMPUTABLE'
CORRECTION 'REAL-TIME
COMPUTA TI ON
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTA TION
COMP UTA TI ON
COMPUT ATI ON
COMPUTATION
COMPUTA TI ON
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTA TION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
COMPUTATION
THE
COMPUTATION
CONTROL
COMPUTATION
FUTURE
COMPUTATION
PERSONNEl
COMPUTATION
STATUS OF UN
COMPUTA TION
SYMPOSIUM
COM PUT ATI ON I FRENCH)
COMPUTA TI ON AND COMPUTERS
COMP UTA TI ON AND CONTROL PART I, GENERAL CONSIDERATION
COMPUTA TION AND CONTROL PART 2, PRACTICAL CONSIOERATI
COMPUTATION AND PLASMA OYNAMICS
COMPUTA TI ON AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME
COMPUTATION AND RECURSIVE FUNCTIONS NOT REAL-TIME
COMPUTATION AND THE CRYSTAllOGRAPHER
COMPUTATION AT THE NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY
COMPUTATION BY MACHINE, PART I
R
COMPUTATION CARRIED OUT FOR FAD IFRENCH)
COMPUTATION CENTERS IN THE SOVIET UNION
COMPUTA TI ON CONTROL AND LABELLING
COMPUTATION OEVICES
COMPUT ATI ON FOR HIGH SCHOOL TRAINING
COMPUTATION IN ENGINEERING
COMPUTATION IN HIGHER EOUCATION
COMPUTA TI ON IN MULTI-COMPONENT DISTILLATION COLUMN
COMPUTATION IN SPACE FLIGHT SIMULATION
COMPUTATION IN THE PRESENCE OF NOISE
COMPUTATION IN THE SEMANTICS OF NATURAL lANGUAGE
RU
COMPUTATION lABORATORY
COMPUTATION LABORATORY
COMPUTATION lABORATORY
COMPUTATION lABORATORY ISEAC)
COMPUTATION LABORATORY AS A COOPERATIVE INOUSTRYCOMPUTATION MEETING
COMPUTATION OF A CERTAIN TYPE OF INCOMPLETE BETA
COMPUTATION OF A lEAST MAXIMUM APPROXIMATOR AS THE LI
COMPUTATION OF ARCSIN N FOR N BETWEEN 0 AND 1 USING
COMPUTATION OF ARCTAN N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS
COMPUTATION OF CERTAIN INTEGRALS
COMPUTA TI ON OF E TO THE N FOR N BETWEEN PLUS ANO MINU
COMPUTATION OF EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF REAL S
COMPUTATION OF EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECTORS OF REAL S
COMPUTATION OF ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS
COMPUT ATI ON OF ENGINE PERFORMANCE
COMPUTA TI ON OF EXPONENTIAL AND HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS
COMPUTA TI ON OF FOURIER SYNTHESES WITH A DIGITAL
COMP UTA TI ON OF GREEN'S FUNCTION FOR INTEGRATING TWOCOMPUTA TI ON OF INCOMPLETE ELLIPHC INTEGRALS
COMPUTA TION OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICES WITH POWER FACTOR
COMPUTA TI ON OF MOLECULAR INTEGRALS
COMPUTA TION OF PARTS REQUIREMENTS FOR PROOUCTION
COMPUTATION OF PROPER VALUES
COMPUTATION OF RATIONAL APPROXIMATIONS TO CONTINUOUS
COMPUTATION OF SATELLITE ORBIT TRAJECTORIES
COMPUTA TION OF SIN N, COS N AND 14TH ROOT OF N USING
COMPUTA TI ON OF SQUARE ROOTS THROUGH CONTINUED
COMPUTATION OF SQUARE ROOTS WITHOUT USING DIVISION
COMPUTA TI ON OF SQUARE ROOTS WITHOUT USING DIVISION'
COMPUTA TlON OF STAR EPHEMERIOES IGERMAN)
COMPUTA TI ON OF THE FREQUENCY FUNCTION OF A QUAORATIC
COMPUTA TI ON OF THE LATENT ROOTS OF A HESS ENBERG
COMPUTA TI ON OF THE NUMBER OF SOLUTIONS OF CERTAIN
COMPUTATION ON ANALOG DEVICES
COMPUTA TI ON PROGRAM AT MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF
COMPUTATION SYSTEM FOR THE ERA-I103
COMPUTA TI ON WITH DIGITAL ELEMENTS
AN OPER
COMPUTA TION WITH FACTORIALS IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTATION WITH PULSE ANALOGS

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
'CJ3602 89
ICSI582 11ol7
ONR 54
40
AUS 60 B9.3
JACM584 328
NCR 594 242
IFIP62 354
FJCC62 262
IFIP62
29
JACM632 211
PGEC626 753
ARAP591 230
PGEC634 400
PACM52P 85
FTT 53
3
PACM56
21
JACM571 12
WJCC58 212
CACM581
6
CACM581
8
HACC59
28
PGEC591 42
RMCS60
14
CACM60N 617
CCST61 168
CPFS61
33
WJCC61 225
AIC 612 56
NCR 612 182
FJCC62
36
IFIP62
21
PGEC621 31
ICC 622 104
ICC 623 148
WJCC58 207
75
EJCC57
ClUN55 135
tTPC54
9
t'PC54
22
I CIP59 487
ONR 51
37
AUS 63 C.4
AUS 63 C.4
HARV61 225
PGEC626 753
PGEC634 400
FTT 53 203
FTT 53 135
CAC"'604 184
ICC 582 18
CACM596
8
CACM60N 614
HARV",9 351
CTPC54
59
HACC59
21
ClUN55
11
AUS 60 B4.1
tAS 62 142
I8MJ584 346
I FIP62 318
FTT 53 170
CLUN55 167
ICIP59 163
ONR 53
1
ClUN55 209
PGEC561 36
CACM63N 689
PACM61 12A3
IBMJ583 218
I BMJ581 43
JACM611 21
I BMJ572 110
JACM621 41
JACM624 522
ECIP55 177
CAS 55
77
JAC"'551t 262
MANC51
35
PGEC621 57
BIT 611
8
PACM58
I"'
AUS 63 B.14
8 IT 622 91
JACM593 360
CACM627 401
AIC 623
2
I BMJ592 147
tACM605 319
CACM59N 23
CAC"'602 86
EtlP55 202
JACM603 245
'CJ5622 139
JACM57tt 505
JACM551t 2b7
HARVlt9
Itlt
JACM563 IBI
PGEC636 715
PAC"'61 6A3
NCR 574 150
122

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TITLE WORD INDEX

SCIENTIFIC
COUNTABLE-BIT NOMOGRAPHIC ELECTRONIC
GROWING AUTOMATA
OF A TRUTH FUNCTION
PROJECT MERCURY REAL-TIME
A
ENGLISH WORDS
COMPUTER PROGRAMS
EQUIPPING A UNIVERSITY LABORATORY TO SATISFY THE
A
METHOD
SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN
METHODS OF NUMERICAL INTEGRI
SOME THEORETICAL AND
BASIC ASPECTS OF SPECIAL
NOMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERINDUSTRIAL RELATIONSHIPS
SOME
FOR THE BIHARMONIC DIFFERENCE EQUATION
SOME
flUID DYNAMICS
ON
flUID MECHANICS
PROGRAMMING FOR ON-LINE
USE OF THE IBM 650 IN SCIENTIFIC
PYROLYSIS REACTOR DESIGN
REDUCTION OF RUNS IN MULTIPARAMETER
NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING
SYNTHETIC MATERIALS FOR HYORODYNAMICAL
SYMPOSIUM ON MATRIX
DYNAMIC ACCURACY ANO ERROR IN ANALOG
OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS INVOLVED IN MACHINE
FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL NEUTRON GROUP DIFFUSION
o OTHER RELAXATION PROCESSES I, TH60RY AND NUMER ICAL
COUNTERED IN ENGINEERING, SCIENTIFIC AND STATISTICAL
CONFERENCE ON MATRIX
CONFERENCE ON MATRIX
SWAC
AUTOMATIC ASSIGNMENT OF
MONTE CARLO
A DECISION PROCEDURE FOR
HIGH ORDER MATRIX
FIRING TABLE
AUTOMATIC
A SUBROUTINE FOR
CHIC, A 7090 PROGRAM TO
S
NO VALU, A PROGRAM TO
RIGOROUS ERROR BOUNDS FOR
MAGNETIC RECORDING FOR A DIGITAL
PRELIMINARY PLANS FOR THE T.R.E. ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
THE RAYTHEON ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
A GENERAL ELECTRIC ENGINEERING DIGITAL
THE 603-405
THE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF AN AUTOMATIC
THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY
DESIGN FEATURES OF THE ERA 1101
THE WHIRLWIND I
THE EDSAC
CAPABILITIES, COST, AND SAVINGS OF AN AUTOMATIC
FACILITIES FOR OPERATING A
THE PROGRAMMER ANO THE DESIGN OF A
ORDERING A LARGE-SCALE DIGITAL
BUFFERING BETWEEN INPUT-OUTPUT AND THE
THE INPUT-CUTPUT EQUIPMENT OF THE FERRANTI DIGITAL
THE JAINCoMP-Bl
THE CIRCLE
MODEL 30-201 ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
THE THERMAL ANALYZER, A SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG
THE ELECoM 100 GENERAL PURPOSE
THE MAZE SOLVING
THE EDUCATION OF A
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF THE OAK RIDGE DIGITAL
DESIGNING A LOW COST GENE~AL PURPOSE
SIMPLE LEARNING BY A DIGITAL
INSTALLATION OF A LARGE ELECTRONIC
THE OAK RIDGE AUTOMATIC
THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MODEL ELECTRONIC
~oSAIC, THE MINISTRY OF SUPPLY AUTOMATIC
THE TRE HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL
THE HARWELL
TRAoIC, A TRANSISTCR DIGITAL
ACCEPTANCE TEST FOR RAYTHEON HURRICANE
THE HARWELL ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
PAYROLL ACCOUNTING WITH ELECOM 120
THE NORDSIECK
THE SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE IBM TYPE 701
ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE IBM TYPE 701
THE ARITHMETIC ELEMENT OF THE IBM TYPE 101
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS OF THE NAREC
THE LOGISTICS
THE RE~INGTON RAND TYPE 409-2 ELECTRONIC
ACCURACY OF AN ANALOG
PERFCRMANCE OF TRAolC TRANSISTCR DIGITAL
APPLICATION OF THE BURROUGHS EI01
AhALYTICAL OIFFERENTIATION BY A DIGITAL
AUTCMATIC PROGRAMMING ON THE BURROUGHS LABORATORY
AUTCMATIC ITERATION ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
AN INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM FOR A DIGITAL CONTROL
123

COMPUTATION WITHIN THE DEfENCE RESEARCH BOARD
COMPUTATION, 'NOEL'
COMPUTATION, BEHAVIOR, AND STRUCTURE IN FIXED AND
COMPUTATIONAL AIDS FOR DETERMINING THE MINIMAL fORM
COMPUTATIONAL AND DATA-FLOW SYSTEM
COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO GRAMMATICAL CODING OF
COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS OF CERTAIN ECONOMETRIC PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONAL CHAINS AND THE SI~PLIFICATloN OF
COMPUTATIONAL DEMAND
COMPUTATIONAL EXTENSION OF THE VARIATE DIFFERENCE
COMPUTATIONAL MATHEMATICS
COMPUTATIONAL MATTERS RELATING TO PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH ECO
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN PSYCHOLOGY
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS IN THEORETICAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS
COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEMS OF LINEAR PROGRAMMING
COMPUTATIONAL RESULTS ON 'TWO-LINE' ITERATIVE METHODS
COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES fOR CERTAIN PROBLEMS IN
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTA TI ONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
COMPUTATIONS
PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONS
STRATEGY
COMPUTATIONS
IFUNCTIoN FOR OESCRIBING ANELASTIC AN
COMPUTATIONS
IA SMALL SCALE COMPUTER TO PROBLEMS EN
COMPUTATIONS I ABSTRACTS I
COMPUTATIONS IABSTRACTSI
COMPUTATIONS FOR SOME M X N SCHEDULING PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONS IN A VARIABLE STRUCTURE COMPUTER SYSTEM
COMPUTATIONS IN MAGNETIC AND GRAVITY INTERPRETATION
COMPUTATIONS IN NORMAL CORRELATION PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONS IN NUCLEAR LEVEL DENSITY PROBLEMS
COMPUTATIONS IN THE FIELD OF ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY
COMPUTATIONS OF FINITE AUTOMATA
COMPUTATIONS DF NERVE AND HEART CELL ACTIVITY
COMPUTATIONS OF THE UNIVAC
COMPUTATIONS ON THE ENIAC
COMPUTATIONS WITH POWER SERIES
COMPUTATIONS WITH RATIONAL NUMBERS
COMPUTE HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES IN TWO VARIABLES
COMPUTE MISSING VALUES IN A DESIGNEO VARIANCE ANALYSI
COMPUTED EIGENSYSTEMS
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CDMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
CAN 62
59
WOC062
1
SOS 59 282
JACM604 299
EJCC61
33
JACM633 334
HARV49 348
PGEC622 113
CLUN55 175
CACM633 107
CLUN55 121
TCJ4611 64
HARV49 115
HARV47 169
HARV49 250
HARV49 338
AUS 6DB'3.2
PACM52P 91
JACM613 359
HARV41 151
HARV41 18B
PECS52
11
CAS 55
60
CAS 55
85
JACM552 99
PACM58
22
HARV61
23
IFIP62 19B
PGEC633 313
HARV47
83
IFIP62 112
IBMJ614 291
AUS 60 Bl.2
JACM5111 520
JACM5S1 100
JACM574 438
PGEC636 155
PACM58
12
JACM633 302
AUS 60B'3.1
JACM574 393
JACM623 315
AUS 63 B.I0
PACM52P IBI
PACM52P 103
JACM561 10
JACM561
6
PACM61 6A4
PACM59
79
TCJ4613 230
CAMB49
81
CAMB49 123
HARV49
50
HARV49
65
HARV49 316
AUS 51 121
EJCC51
22
EJCC51
43
EJCC51
70
79
EJCC51
ONR 51
21
ONR 51
46
ONR 51
15
ONR 51
87
EJCC52
22
E JCC52 126
ONR 52
1
ONR 52
18
ONR 52
31
PECS52
6
PACM52P 41
PACM52P 119
PACM52P 243
PACM52T 23
PACM52T 28
PACM52T 55
PACM52T 77
PACM52T 142
PACM52T 154
AOC 53
38
AOC 53
56
ADC 53 259
ANL 53
21
EJCC53
48
fTT 53 140
WJCC53
54
WJCC53 221
PIRE530 1262
PIRE530 1215
PIRE530 1287
PIRE530 1313
PIRE530 1325
P IRE530 1332
PGEC534 12
EJCC54
46
EJCC54
50
ONR 54
6
ONR 54
99
PWCS54
13
PWCS54
61
123

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TITLE WORO INOEX

CHARACTERISTICS OF A LOGISTICS COMPUTER
THE BENOIX &-15 GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
PACKAGED LOGICAL CIRCUITRY FOR A 4-MC COMPUTER
TIME-DELAY NETWORKS FOR AN ANALOG COMPUTER
A OESK-MODEl ELECTRONIC' ANALOG COMPUTER
THE ESSENTIAL TYPES OF OPERATION IN AN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
OPERATIONS CONTROL WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
AIRCRAFT PERFORMANtE STUDIED ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF THE ELECTRODATA DIGITAL COMPUTER
CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL SYSTEMS CDNTAINING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE TRANSAC 5-1000 COMPUTER
DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR THE IBM STRETCH COMPUTER
TMETRAOIC LEPRECHAUN COMPUTER
SYNCHRONIZATION OF A MAGNETIC COMPUTER
TX-O, A TRANSISTOR COMPUTER
A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
A SONIC DELAY-LINE STORAGE UNIT FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER
SORTING OF DA?A ON AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
DEUCE, A HIGH-SPEED GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER
MERCURY, A HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE HEC COMPUTER
THE PROGRAMME-CONTROLLED COMPUTER
A MANAGEMENT EYE VIEW OF THE COMPUTER
TECHNICAL MARKET ANALYSIS USING A COMPUTER
ON THE RECOGNITION OF INFORMATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OESIGNING COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
PROGRAM INTERRUPT ON THE UNIYAC SCIENTIFIC COMPUTER
TRAFF·IC SIMUUTOR WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
INTEGRATED DATA PROCESSING WITH THE UNIYAC FILE COMPUTER
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
PROGRAMPING THE YARIABLE-ITEM-LENGTH RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
EASIAC, A PSEUDO-COMPUTER
LOGIC CIRCUITS FOR A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
LOGIC DESIGN OF THE RCA BIZMAC COMPUTER
A MAGNETIC DRUM EXTENSION TO THE GAMMA 3 COMPUTER
TRANSISTOR SWITCHING CIRCUITS FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE DIGIMATIC COMPUTER
A SMALL. LOW-COST BUSINESS COMPUTER
THE X308 COMPUTER
THE IBM 709 COMPUTER
DESIGN OBJECTIYES FOR THE IBM STRETCH COMPUTER
THE ALWAC CORPORATION MODEL 800 COMPUTER
RELIABILITY AND THE COMPUTER
A FUNCTIONAL OESCRIPTION OF THE LINCOLN TX-2 COMPUTER
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A SIMPLE GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
SOME PROBLEMS OF A MAGNETIC TAPE COMPUTER
A PROPOSED AUTOMATIC ANALOGUE COMPUTER
THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY ANALOGUE COMPUTER
SOME FEATURES OF THE ACE COMPUTER
DESIGNING COMPUTER CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
ON THE RECOGNITION OF INFORMATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTING TECHNIQUES FOR THE SAMPLING PARAMETRIC COMPUTER
A REVIEW OF SOME A.-PLlGATIONS OF THE OEUCE COMPUTER
THE NORDIC II COMPUTER
A FIYE MICROSECOND MEMORY FOR UDOFT COMPUTER
THE PLANNING OF TUBlNG MANUFACTURE, USING AN IBM 650 COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS IN INDUSTRY FOR A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING DESIGN FEATURES OF THE GAMMA 60 COMPUTER
ENGINEERING DESIGN ON A COMPUTER
SHOULD YOUR COMPANY HAYE AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
THE IBM TYPE 610 AUTD-POINT COMPUTER
THE RECOMP II DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE MOST ECONOMIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR A OIGITAL COMPUTER
THE UNIYAC M-460 COMPUTER
THE MAGNETIC LEDGER CARD COMPUTER
THE FIRST YEAR WITH A BUSINESS COMPUTER
HARMONIC ANALYSIS USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
AN INPUT ROUTINE FOR THE FERRANTI MERCURY COMPUTER
A DUAL PASTER FILE SYSTEM FOR A TAPE PROCESSING COMPUTER
THE TRICE, A HIGH SPEED INCREMENTAL COMPUTER
MINIMUM TIME PROGRAMMING ON A DRUM COMPUTER
LINEAR PROGRAMMING ON THE BENDIX 6-15 COMPUTER
SCIENTIFIC DESIGN PROCEDURES UTILIZING A SMALL COMPUTER
THE ENGINEERING DESIGN OF THE STRETCH COMPUTER
ARITHMETIC AND CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN A MULTIPROGRAM COMPUTER
THE VIRTUAL MEMORY IN THE STRETCH COMPUTER
ZEBRA, A SIMPLE BINARY COMPUTER
THE SPECIFICATION OF A COST-LIMITED DIGITAL COMPUTER
ISOLATION OF CONTROL MALFUNCTIONS IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
FORMAL INTEGRATION ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
PREPARATION OF DISPLAY MAPS WITH AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
SYMBOLIC LOGIC TRUTH MATRICES ON A COMPUTER
A SPECIALIZED LIBRARY INDEX SEARCH COMPUTER
IWFORMATION RETRIEVAL ON A·HIGH-SPEEO COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF AN INFORMATION CHANNEL ON THE IBM 704 COMPUTER
A TIME-SHARING ANALOG COMPUTER
RUNCIBLE, ALGEBRAIC TRANSLATION ON A LIMITED COMPUTER
THE X-I COMPUTER
TRANSPOSING MATRICES IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OPTIMIZATION BY RANDOM SEARCH ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
GENERALIZED INTEGRATION ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
A TRANSLATION ROUTINE FOR THE DEUCE COMPUTER
A LOGIC DESIGN FOR A MICROWAYE COMPUTER
A BUSINESS APPLICATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE AUTOMATIC POSITION SURYEY ANALYZER AND COMPUTER
AIRCRAFT ROUTE ANALYSIS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OPERATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
PIPE FLEXIBILITY ANALYSIS ON THE UTECOM COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC LOAD PROJECTION AND SUBSTATION PLANNING BY COMPUTER
THE DRTE SOLID STATE DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
7T
PWCS5"
I>IICS54
87
NCR 5"4 133
PGEC544 16
PGEC544 20
EClP55 144
EJCC55
19
WJCC55
7B
PGEC551
1
PGEC553 106
E./CC56
13
EJCC56
20
EJCC56
29
E./CC56
90
EJCC56
93
IEES56 364
I EES56 491
JEES56
B1
I EES56 165
IEES56 174
IEES56 207
leES 56 217
LSU 56 144
PACM56
10
PACM56
n
PACM56
36
WJCC56
52
WJCC56
92
WJCC56
95
WJCC56 133
II./CC56 137
JACM562 65
PGEC563 132
NCR 564 81
NCR 564 105
PGEC564 192
EJCC57
25
EJCC57 187
NEWC57
72
NEWC57
92
NEwt57
99
NEWC57 118
WJCC57
27
WJCC57 146
PGEC571
5
TCB1571 11
AUS 572 216
AUS 572 217
AUS 572 22"
JACM572 143
JACM572 178
PGEC572 108
AUS 573 308
IICR 574 B5
WCR 574 262
8CS 58 195
CAN 58 175
EJCC58 174
LSU 5B
56
LSU 58
74
SAC158
77
SACI58
83
TOMM5B 205
WJCC58
70
WJCC58 239
TCJ1581 29
TCJ15B3 117
TCJ1583 128
JACM5B4 319
NCR 584 206
NCR 5B4 327
CAS 59
73
CAS 59 122
EJCC59
48
75
EJCC59
EJCC59
82
ICIP59 361
ICIP59 365
PACM59
7
PACM59
36
PACM59
47
PACM59
77
IIJCC59
57
WJCC59
77
WJCC59
B7
WJCC59 341
CACM5'JN 18
TCJ2591 39
TCJ2591 47
PGEC592 200
PGEC592 210
TCJ2592 76
PGEC593 271
TCJ2593 103
NCR 594 231
TCJ1594 160
AAOC60 147
AUS 60 B4.3
CAN 60 193
CAN 60 299
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TITLE WORD INDEX

A METHOD OF VOICE COMMUNICATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE INSTRUCTION UNIT OF THE STRETCH COMPUTER
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ON A COMPUTER
THE ANALYSIS OF SURGE TANKS BY AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
MAINTENANCE OF AGNAC. A LARGE ANALOG COMPUTER
THE DESIGN OF A RATE SERVO FOR USE IN AN ANALOG COMPUTER
THE BENDIX G-15 COMPUTER
THE LEO III COMPUTER
A PULSE POSITION MODULATION ANALOG COMPUTER
THE FERRANTI ARGUS PROCESS CONTROL COMPUTER
MARKET SURVEYS WITH A SMALL COMPUTER
HIGH-SPEEO TRANSISTORIZEO ADDER FOR A DIGITAL COMPUTER
CURVE FITTING WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
A TECHNIQUE FOR COUNTING ONES IN A BINARY COMPUTER
APPLICATION OF AN I.C.T. 1301 COMPUTER
A NEW APPROACH TO THE FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS, SOLUTION BY AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER
A NOTE ON THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
DESIGN OF THE ESIAC ALGEBRAIC COMPUTER
CHOOSING YOUR COMPUTER
PROGRAMMED ERROR CORRECTION ON A DECIMAL COMPUTER
TWO-LEVEL CORRELATION ON AN ANALOG COMPUTER
OPTI~U~ TIME FOR MULTIPLICATION ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE SOLOMON COMPUTER
ON THE USE OF THE SOLOMON PARALLEL-PROCESSING COMPUTER
THE CENTRAL CONTROL UNIT ·OF THE ATLAS COMPUTER
SYSTEM DESIGN OF THE ETL KM-6 COMPUTER
STORAGE AND LOGIC IN AN OPTICAL DIGITAL COMPUTER
A NATURAL IMAGE COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC ERROR RECOVERY IN THE NIKE-ZEUS GUIDANCE COMPUTER
WIZOR, A COMPILER COMPILER FOR THE GE 225 COMPUTER
ON THE SCHEDULING OF JOBS BY COMPUTER
THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ALGOL TRANSLATOR FOR A SMALL COMPUTER
CIRCUITS FOR THE FX-l COMPUTER
AN eRGANIZATION OF AN ASSOCIATIVE CRYOGENIC COMPUTER
EVALUATION OF POLYNOMIALS BY COMPUTER
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF A BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
AN ANALOG-DIGITAL REAL-TIME COMPUTER
A STOCK-CONTROL AND INVOICING SYSTEM USING A GAMMA 3 COMPUTER
ICC'S FIRST COMPUTER
ON THE SCHEDULING OF JOBS BY COMPUTER
AN ATTEMPT TO SIMUlATE THE LIVER ON A COMPUTER
DESIGN OF A REPAIRABLE REOUNDANT COMPUTER
ANALYTIC OIFFERENTIATION BY COMPUTER
A HEURISTIC FOR PAGE TURNING IN A MULTI PROGRAMMED COMPUTER
TALL. A LIST PROCESSOR FOR THE PHILCO 2000 COMPUTER
SIMULATION USING A COMPUTER
THE TIME-SHARING FACILITIES OF THE KDF9 COMPUTER
AN EDUCATIONAL DIGITAL COMPUTER
PROCESS CONTROL BY OIGITAL COMPUTER
THE OESIGN OF A PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR THE CIRRUS COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF A TURING MACHINE ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
A SEARCH ~E~ORY SUBSYSTEM FOR A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
EFFECTS OF OIGITAL EXECUTION TIME IN A HYBRIO COMPUTER
A TIME-SHARING DEBUGGING SYSTEM FOR A SMALL COMPUTER
DYSAC, A DIGITALLY SIMULATED ANALOG COMPUTER
MULTIPLE INTEGRALS ON A NON-REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER
PHYSICAL AND LOGICAL DESIGN OF A HIGHLY PARALLEL COMPUTER
A FAST CARO REAOER FOR THE GIER COMPUTER
GENERATING DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES IN A COMPUTER
THEOREM-PROVING ON THE COMPUTER
A TEChNIQUE FOR THE COMPOSITION OF MUSIC IN A COMPUTER
PICTURE LOGIC FOR BACCHUS A FOURTH-GENERATION COMPUTER
THE CHECKING OF COMPUTER LOGIC BY SIMULATION ON A COMPUTER
SIGNIFICANCE ARITHMETIC ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
A SYMBOLIC DESCRIPTION OF THE ELEA 6001 COMPUTER
THE EXTERN_L LANCUAGE KLIPA FOR THE URAL-2 OIGITAL COMPUTER
OUTLINE OF THE lOGICAL DESIGN OF THE ZAM-41 COMPUTER
SABRAC. A NEW GENERATION SERIAL COMPUTER
SYSTEM OESIGN OF A SMALL, FAST DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE SOLOMON COMPUTER
A MULTILAYER ITERATIVE CIRCUIT COMPUTER
SABRAC. A TIME-SHARING LOW-COST COMPUTER
SYSTE~ FOR GENERATING 'PRONOUNCEABLE' NAMES US ING A COMPUTER
HIGH-SPEED, LARGE-CAPACITY FIXED STORE FOR A OIGITAL COMPUTER
ERCOMMUNICATING CELLS. aASIS FOR A DISTRIBUTED LOGIC COMPUTER
DESIGN PHILOSOPHY OF PEGASUS. A QUANTITY-PRODUCTION COMPUTER
LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PB 440 MICROPROGRAMMABLE COMPUTER
OF A DIGITAL ANALOG ARITHMETIC UNIT WITHIN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OF POLYNO'IALS IN SEVERAL VARIABLES FOR A OIGITAL COMPUTER
AUTOCOOE FACILITIES FOR THE MANCHESTER IMERCURY) COMPUTER
OF SIMULATING A CIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER ON A OIGITAL COMPUTER
MULTIPROGRAM'ING IN THE DESIGN OF A LOW COST DIGITAL COMPUTER
ORGANIZATION FOR AN ELEMENTARY LIST-PROCESSING COMPUTER
FOR EVALUATING STIELTJES INTEGRALS ON THE ANALOG COMPUTER
VARI_BLE CYCLE CONTROL AS APPLIEO TO THE 220 COMPUTER
PROGRESS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, I. A SELF-CORRECTING COMPUTER
OF SYSTEMS OF LINEAR INEQUAliTIES ON A OIGITAL COMPUTER
~ORD LENGTH TAPE OPERATIONS IN THE NEW BIZMAC II COMPUTER
SQUARE ROOT IN A 5 MEGACYCLE PARALLEL OIGITAL COMPUTER
RECOROS AND PAYROLL APPLICATION ON THE UNIVAC FILE COMPUTER
OF A 'ETHDO OF SMOOTHING IN A DIGITAL CONTROL COMPUTER
PURPOSE LANGUAGE TRANSLATION PROGRAM FOR THE IBM 650 COMPUTER
PROGRAMS AND ~ARGINAL CHECKING IN THE WHIRLWIND I COMPUTER
OF DIGITAL FILTERS ON AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
FOR ANALYSIS OF A FAMILY EXPENDITURE SURVEY ON A COMPUTER
fOR THE RECORDING OF, ANO REFERENCE TO DATA IN A COMPUTER
ARIT~METIC CIRCUITS FOR AN INTERLEAVED-DIGIT COMPUTER
IN PROCESSING PICTORIAL INFORMATION WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

125

796-980 0-66-9

COM - COM
EJCC60
11
EJCC60 299
RMCS60
21
AUS 608'1.2
AUS 60CI0.2
AUS 60CI0.~
AUS 60013.2
AUS 60015.2
PGEC602 256
TC803 111
TCJ3603 1~0
PGEC60~ 1
TCJ260~ 110
CACM605 322
EDPS61 08
WJCC61 393
TCJ~611
68
PGEC613 ~8~
PGEC613 52~
TC85613 111
CACM61~

11~

PGEC61~ 1!>2
TCJ3614 256
FJCC62
91
FJCC62 131
IFIP62 651
IFIP62 690
~~
DPI 62
OPI 62 233
PACM62
32
PACM62
~6
PACM62
99
ROME62 229
SJCC62 101
SJCC62 203
CACM62D 595
CACM620 515
PGEC621 11
PGEC621 
TCJ5621
1
ICC 622 83
JtJ5623 21~
TCJ5623 221
PGEC625 60
CACM626 3~9
CACM629 480
CACM629 48~
AUS 63 B.6
AUS 63 C.3
·AUS 63 C.l
AUS 63 C.12
AUS 63 C.19
FJCC63
35
FJCC63 193
FJCC63 251
SJCC63
51
SJCC63
69
SJCC63 205
SJCC63 395
811 631 ~~
CACM631 31
JACM632 lU
TCJ6632 129
TCJ6632 1~~
TCJ6632 154
CACM633 111
ICC 634 238
CACM636 321
PGEC636 609
PGEC636 618
PGECU6 69B
PGECU6 11~
PGEC636 181
CACM638 421
A JACM611 91
A DPI 62 246
INT F JCC62 130
THE I EES56 188
THE FJCC63 201
USE EJCC60 269
ALGEBRA JACM621 29
FURTHER TCJ1583 12~
METHODS JACM583 281
USE OF CACM629 413
A MEMORY PGEC633 262
A METHOD PGEC62~ 552
CASCADED WJCC58
63
COMPUTER DIP 62 533
SOLUTION PACM52P 91
VARIABLE LSU 51 112
AUTOMATIC AUS 60 C4.2
INVENTORY L SU 51 182
STABILITY PGEC551 26
A GENERAL- N5MT60 409
DIAGNOSTIC NCR 531 48
SIMULATION JACM561 16
TECHNIQUES BCS 58 530
TECHNIQUES TCJ2591
1
TRANSISTOR IEES56 311
EXPERIMENTS EJCC51 221

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TITLE WORD INDEX

FOR PRECISE COMPUTATION WITH FACTORIALS IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
DISPLAY DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER
APPLICATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC STORAGE ANALOG COMPUTER
ANALOG INPUT-OUTPUT CONVERSION SYSTEM FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
FACTORIZATION IN NETWORK ANALYSIS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMIWNICATlCNS UTLIZING A GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
ON THE GAME 'DAMA' WHICH CAN BE PLAYED ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
PROOF PROCEDURE AND ITS REALIZATION IN AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
OF STORAGE ACCESS TIME ON MERGING PROCESSES IN A COMPUTER
ARCSIN N FCR N BETWEEN 0 AND 1 USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
SIN N, COS NAND MTH ROOT OF N USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
RESULTS OF A PILOT PLANT EXPERIMENT USING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
LOGICAL COMPLEXITY REQUIRED FOR A GENERAL PURPOSE COMPUTER
OF P.Z.T. OBSERVATIONS BY A SMALL ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
DIGIT MAGNETIC-DRUM STORE FOR A TRANSISTOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER SYSTEMS, THE FIXED PLUS VARIABLE STRUCTURE COMPUTER
STRATEGY USED WITH THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY MARK I COMPUTER
FOR HANDLING ALPHAMERIC INFORMATION ON THE IBM 101 COMPUTER
CONTROLLING POST OFFICE TELECOMMUNICATION STORES BY COMPUTER
GEAR PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS WITH AN ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH IN A SERIAL COMPUTER
FOR DISCRETELY VARIABLE WORD LENGTH IN A SERIAL COMPUTER
ON THE ELECTROOATA E101 ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
ANALYSIS AND DATA PRODUCTION ON THE ELECTRODATA COMPUTER
GENERATORS AND RUN COUNTER FOR A REPETITIVE ANALOG COMPUTER
OF A ~EGABIT STORAGE MATRIX FOR USE IN A HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
ATROPOS, A 5 ~EGACYCLE SOLID STATE PARALLEL DIGITAL COMPUTER
AND TRANSCENDENTAL EQUATIONS ON AN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT PARALLEL ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
OF SIMPLIFIED NERVE CELL MODELS ON A DIGITAL COMPUTER
METHOD OF MONITORING PROGRAM EXECUTION IN A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OF COMPUTING ERRORS OF A SLOW TYPE ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
FUNCTION EVALUATION IN A VARIABLE STRUCTURE DIGITAL COMPUTER
OF CALCULATING COVARIANCE FUNCTIONS ON AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
PERFORMANCE CF A LARGE-SCALE GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
TO INFORMATION RETRIEVAL ON A SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE COMPUTER
BETWEEN PLUS AND MINUS INFINITY USING AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
SING AND SCANNING METEOROLOGICAL DATA WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER
OPERATOR TO THE CONTROL LOOP OF AN AIRBORNE DIGITAL COMPUTER
ROTATIONAL SPEEDS OF FLEXIBLE SHAFTS ON AN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
OPERATICNS PARTICULARLY AS REGARDS FINAC ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
CTED STATE-OF-THE-ART OF THE GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
, A SPECIAL-PURPOSE APPLICATION OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE COMPUTER
FFERENTIAL ECUATIONS USING A GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
ITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USE OF AN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
OUTPUT SELECTION SYSTEM FOR THE FLORIDA AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF IRSIA-FNRS COMPUTER
HANDLING OF NUMBERS AND ORDERS IN THE IRSIA-FNRS COMPUTER
TO SIMPLIFY PROGRAMMING, 5 YEARS WORK WITH THE Z4 COMPUTER
AND OPERATION OF THE TELEFUNKEN TR 4 DIGITAL COMPUTER
CURRENT STATUS OF IPL-V FOR THE PHILCO 2000 COMPUTER
SYSTEMS AND STANDARDS PREPARATIONS FOR A NEW COMPUTER
THE QUADRATIC ARC COMPUTER
THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS EASTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
R THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS WESTERN AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
AN ANALYSIS OF CARRY TRANSMISSION IN COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
COMPUTER
NCE PREMIUM ACCOUNTING USING AN IBM 650 PUNCHED CARD COMPUTER
TRANSFER·FUNCTION SYNTHESIS WITH COMPUTER
COOING OF MEDICAL CASE HISTORY DATA FOR COMPUTER
THE USE OF PARAMETER INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS IN COMPUTER
DIAGNOSIS
COMPUTER
SERVO-SYSTEM SUBJECTED TO STATISTICAL INPUT
ANALOG COMPUTER
EQUATlCNS
A COMPUTER
SOVIET UNION
STATUS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE SMALL COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING STRATEGY FOR PROTECTION AGAINST COMPUTER
THE UNIVAC, FILE COMPUTER
01
TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCING SCHOOL TIMETABLES ON A COMPUTER
WHAT IS A COMPUTER
AN ELECTRO-MECHANICAL MULTIPLIER FOR ANALOG COMPUTER
A BALANCED PRECISION REFERENCE REGULATOR FOR COMPUTER
NOAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF EXPRESSING "A PROCEDURE FOR A COMPUTER
DESIGN
PROGRESS IN COMPUTER
ELECTRICAL DELAY LINES FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
TRANSISTOR FLIP-FLOPS FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL COMPUTER
A NEW TAPE HANDLER FOR COMPUTER
SPECIAL-PURPOSE TUBES FOR COMPUTER
A HIGH-SCANNING-RATE STORAGE DEVICE FOR COMPUTER
COMMUNICATIONS FOR COMPUTER
ADVANCED COMPUTER
NEW METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTAflON FACILITIES AND SOME COMPUTER
Y MILITARIZED DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE SYSTEM FOR FIELD COMPUTER
RESEARCH
COMPUTER
A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE LAST TEN YEARS
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
A PROGRESS REPORT ON COMPUTER
SCIENCES. BIBLIOGRAPHY
BID NEWS LETTER NO.1. COMPUTER
ANALOG COMPUTER
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
SOME COMPUTER
PART I AND PART II
COMPUTER
IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
COMPUTER
MACHINE TOOLS
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SOME COMPUTER
A DESK-SIZED COMPUTER
126

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A TECHNIQUE PACM61 6A3
ANTICIPATORY WCR 584 61
MATHEMATICAL WJCC60 119
MULTICHANNEL NCR 531
2
ON ITERATIVE EJCC60 241
RESERVATIONS EJCC51 118
SOME REMARKS TCJ3601 40
A MECHANICAL JACM602 102
THE INFLUENCE TCJ2592 49
COMPUTATION OF IBMJ583 218
COMPUTATION OF 18MJ592 141
CORRELATION OF AUS 60 88.2
ON THE MINIMUM PGEC584 282
THE PROCESSING AUS 60 Bl.1
AN INTERLEAVED- IEES56 382
ORGANIZATION OF WJCC60
33
THE PROGRAMMING IEES56 151
A GENERAL SYSTEM JACM563 115
PROGRESS TOWARDS TCB4614 136
AIRPLANE LANDING WJCC53
86
BINARY ARITHMETIC PACM58
25
BINARY ARITHMETIC CACM594 13
LINEAR REGRESSION LSU 51 189
MASS SPECTROMETER LSU 55 145
DIGITAL CLOCK DELAY WJCC61 353
THE DESIGN PROBLEMS PGEC623 390
THE CIRCUIT DESIGN OF AUS 60 C4.1
SOLUTION OF ALGEBRAIC JACM591 91
THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS FTT 53 144
SIMULATION OF AN ASSEMBLY FJCC63
15
A FLEXIBLE AND INEXPENSIVE PGEC612 253
THEORETICAL CONSIDERATION PGEC584 306
LOGARITHMIC AND EXPONENTIAL PGEC622 155
A COMPARISON OF SOME METHODS TCJ3614 262
COMPUTATION OF ARCTAN N FOR N IBMJ5Bl 43
THE DESIGN. CONSTRUCTION. AND EJCC51
62
A FLEXIBLE DIRECT FILE APPROACH FJCC63 173
COMPUTATION OF E TO THE N FOR N IBMJ512 110
MET-WATCH. A TECHNIQUE FOR PROCES IFIP62 242
EXPERIMENTS ON THE RELATION OF THE IBMJ593 215
A TECHNIQUE FOR COMPUTING CRITICAL CACM596 21
ERRORS DUE TO OVERFLOW IN ARITHMETIC JACM574 450
THE HISTORICAL OEVELOPMENT AND PREOI WJCC60
1
THE UNIVAC AIRLINES RESERVATIONS SYSTEM EJCC58 152
THE SOLUTION OF SIMULTANEOUS ORDINARY 01 CACM606 355
IX IFORCE) METHOD OF STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS W AUS 60 B6.1
IFLAC)
A NEW INPUT- WJCC51
31
(FRENCH)
ECIP55
66
(FRENCH)
ECIP55
69
(GERMAN)
METHODS ECIP55
26
(GERMAN)
STRUCTURE PGEC636 613
(JUNE 1962)
CACM629 419
(PHILCO 2000)
CAS 60 101
(QUAC)
PACM52P 53
(SEAC)
EJCC51
B4
(SWAC)
ITURES OF A MAGNETIC DRUM MEMORY FO PECS52
2
ADDITION
PACM58
21
AID FOR SYMBOLIC MATHEMATICS
FJCC63 509
AIDS TO CODE CHECKING
PACM52T 29
ALLIED WITH NATIONAL CLASS 32 ACCOUNTING MAC AUS 60 Al.4
AMPLIFIERS AND PASSIVE NetWORKS
WJCC55
1
ANALYSIS
CACM620 532
ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
WJCC60 1B1
ANALYSIS OF MEDICAL HISTORY AS AN AID TO
BIT 621
9
ANALYSIS OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A NON-LINEAR AUS 60 C7.4
ANALYTIC METHOD FOR SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL
EJCC59 238
AND DATA PROCESSING DEVELOPMENTS IN THE
ONR 58
ANQOECENTRALIZED COMPUTING FACILITIES
LSU 51
30
AND ITS PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
EJCC55
64
AND ITS PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
LSU 56
60
AND OPERATOR ERRORS
RMCS60
11
AND POINT OF SALE RECORDER
AUS 513 314
AND THEIR APPLICATION TO OTHER SCHEDULING PR TCJ3614 231
ANYHO~
TCB1631
3
APPLICATION
PECS52
5
APPLICATION
NCR 584 225
APPLICATION
FU TCJ5623 164
APPLICATION TO ELECTRICAL MACHINE AND SYSTEM CAS 57
64
APPLICATIONS
PGEC532
5
APPLICATIONS
PWCS54
38
APPLICATIONS
WJCC56
36
APPLICATIONS
WJCC58
96
APPLICATIONS
JACM581 16
APPLICATIONS
EJCC61 219
APPLICATIONS
PIRE611 296
APPLICATIONS
THE PROBLEMS OF PLANNING CAS 51
23
APPLICATIONS
THE EVOLUTION OF AN ARMY-NAV FJCC63 571
APPLICATIONS AT THE FRONTIERS OF BIOMEDICAL FJCC63 603
APPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRY ANO THE MILITARY, SJCC63 119
APPLICATIONS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
EJCC53
18
APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER OESIGN
WJCC56
82
APPLICATIONS IN MEOICINE AND THE BIOLOGICAL CACM634 116
APPLICATIONS IN PREDICTOR DESIGN
PGEC51] 143
APPLICATIONS IN RESEARCH ANO TEACHING IN
HARV61 265
APPLICATIONS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES.
CABS62
1
APPLICATIONS IN THE INVESTIGATION OF MODELS HARV61
48
APPLICATIONS IN THE NUMERICAL CONTROL OF
CAS 58
94
APPLICATIONS TO ARMS CONTROL
PACM62
86
APPLICATIONS TO SHIP DESIGN CALCULATIONS
CAN 60 138
APPLIEO TO SURVEYING PROBLEMS
CAN 58 110

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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TITLE WORD INDEX

THE GENERAL INQUIRER SYSTEM
A COMPUTER
OF STANOARDS-PROCESSING ORGANIZATIONS IN THE COMPUTER
SIGNIFICANT DIGIT COMPUTER
ON A FLEXIBLE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
DEVELOPI'ENTS IN THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF COMPUTER
ULATOR METHOD FOR CHECKING BINARY RESULTS OF DIGITAL-COMPUTER
DEVELOPMENTS OF THE ANALOG COMPUTER
THE MULTI-SEQUENCE COMPUTER
A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE AUTOMATIC OIGITAL COMPUTER
TECHNIQUES FOR THE USE OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER
CONTINUOUS PROCESS
THE ANALOG COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
SYSTEMS
THE DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE DEUCE COMPUTER
CESSES
THE NEED FOR TRAINING ANO ReSEARCH IN NON-COMPUTER
USE OF INVENTORY SIMULATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTER
FEATURES OF THE 01 COMPUTER
NOTE ON COMMISSIONING OF LEO COMPUTER
CE
A DESCRIPTION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
A SMALL BUSINESS COMPUTER
AN INQUIRY INTO THE COMPUTER
DESIGN OF A BASIC COMPUTER
NCR 301t DATA PROCESSOR TO THE SYNTHESIS OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
POINTING THE WAY FOR THE SMALLER USER. SURVEY OF THE COMPUTER
USE OF A COMPUTER
REMOTE OPERATION OF A COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING FOR A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER
ONS
ON THE REDUCTION OF ERROR IN CERTAIN ANALOG COMPUTER
COMPUTER
EXPLOSIVE
SUB-PROGRAMS SIMULTANEOUSLY
A UNIVERSAL COMPUTER
AUTOMATED COMPUTER
PLANS FOR THE GEORGIA TECH COMPUTER
J.E.I.D.A. AND ITS COMPUTER
HIGH-SPEED TRANSISTOR COMPUTER
PAST AND FUTURE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
DIGITAL-COMPUTER
HIGH-TEMPERATURE SILICON-TRANSISTOR COMPUTER
CROSSEO-FILM CRYOTRON AND ITS APPLICATION TO DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE STATE OF COMPUTER
OEGREES C
25-MC CLOCK-RATE COMPUTER
DESIGN OF COMPUTER
DESIGN OF COMPUTER
DESIGNING COMPUTER
DESIGNING COMPUTER
ON-LINE MAN-COMPUTER
TO MANUFACTURING CONTROL USING INEXPENSIVE SOURCE TO COMPUTER
THE ACHIEVEMENT OF WIDE ANGLE VISUAL DISPLAYS
COMPUTER
THE TRANSISTOR AS A DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE MAGNETIC AMPLIFIER AS AN ANALOG COMPUTER
NEGATIVE-RESISTANCE ELEMENTS AS DIGITAL COMPUTER
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
NAVAL USE
EVALUATION OF NEW COMPUTER
OPENING AOORESS. JOINT COMPUTER
THE RETMA SUPPORT OF THE 1950 COMPUTER
THE WATER RESEARCH ASSOCIATION COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OF NON-LINEAR INTEGRAL EQUATIONS USING ON-LINE COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COI'IPUTER
ON-LINE COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
650 TAPE RAMACI
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS OF A COMPUTER
NONOESTRUCTIVE REAOOUT OF METALLIC-TAPE COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SOME ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER
GROUP PARTICIPATION COMPUTER
THE DARMSTADT ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
AN ALGEBRAIC THEORY FOR USE IN DIGITAL COMPUTER
UNIVAC-LARC. THE NEXT STEP IN COMPUTER
A PROGRESS REPORT ON COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER
MACHINE LANGUAGE IN DIGITAL COMPUTER
AUTOMATED COMPUTER
IMPACT OF AUTOMATION ON DIGITAL COMPUTER
ATLAS. A NEW CONCEPT IN LARGE COMPUTER
COMPUTERS AS AN AIO IN COMPUTER
COMPUTERS AS AN AID IN COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OF BINARY CONCEPTION AND THEIR APPLICABILITY TO COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
THE INFLUENCE OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
THE LINCOLN TX-2 COMPUTER
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. THE SECOND DECADE OF COMPUTER
TEN YEARS OF COMPUTER
PRESENT STATUS AND TRENDS OF THE DRESDEN COMPUTER
(GERMAN I
PROGRESSION LINES OF A COMPUTER
OF ENGINEERS
THE I MPAC T OF COMPUTER
A REVIEW OF THE BELL LABORATORIES' DIGITAL COMPUTER
IMPACT OF COMPUTER
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FUTURE COMPUTER
NEW COMPUTER
THE Gl AND G2 (GERMAN)
SURVEY OF COMPUTER
A REVIEW OF COMPUTER
121

APPROACH TO CONTENT ANALYSIS. STUDIES USING
AREA
STRUCTURES
ARITHMETIC
ARITHI'EnC
ARITHMETIC AND CONTROL UNITS
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS
A SIMPLE DESK-CALC
ARTVS
AS A COMMUNICATIONS TOOL
AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANAlYIER
AS AN AID IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS
AS AN AID IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HEART DISEASE
AS AN AID TO DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A
AS AN AIO TO PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT
AS AN AID TO THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF
AS AN AID TO THE ELECTRICAL DESIGN ENGINEER
AS AN AID TO TRACTION DESIGN AND OPERATION
ASPECTS OF THE THEORY OF DIGITAL CONTROL PRO
ASSISTED STOCK CONTROL SYSTEM
THE
AT DRESDEN (GERMAN)
AT MINISTRY OF PENSIONS AND NATIONAL INSURAN
AT THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
AT WORK
AUTOMATION OF SUPER MARKETS
BUILDING BLOCK
BUILDING BLOCK
APPLICATION OF THE
BUREAUX SERVICE
BY A MEDIUM-SIZED LOCAL AUTHORITY
BY HIGH SPEED DATA LINK
BY THE USE OF INTERPRETIVE SYSTEMS
CALCULATIONS BY THE USE OF CONSTRAINT EQUATI
CALCULATIONS ON THE INITIATION OF HIGH
CAPABLE OF EXECUTING AN ARBITRARY NUMBER OF
CARD tESIGN
CENTER
CENTER
CIRCUIT DESIGN
CIRCUITRY
CIRCUITRY DESIGN TECHNIQUES
CIRCUITS
CIRCUITS
THE
CIRCUITS CONTAINING MEMORY ELEMENTS
CIRCUITS FOR OPERATION FROM - 0 TO +100
CIRCUITS USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
CIRCUITS USING LINEAR PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
CIRCUITS WITH A COMPUTER
COMMUNICATION
COMMUNICATIONS
AN APPROACH
COMPATIBLE ELECTROLUMINESCENT TECHNIQUES FOR
COMPONENT
COMPONENT
COMPONENTS
COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS
COMPONENTS RESEARCH AT MELLON INSTITUTE
COMPONENTS. EQUIPMENTS. AND SYSTEMS FOR
CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE
CONSTRUCTION OF MINIMAL PROJECT NETWORKS
CONTRCL
SOLUTION
CONTROL IN PROCESS INDUSTRIES
CONTROL IN THE PAPER INDUSTRY
CONTROL OF A CHEMICAL PLANT
CONTROL OF A HOT SAW IN A STEEL MILL
CONTROL OF MAIL-ORDER HOUSE OPERATIONS (IBM
CONTROLLED PRINTING
CONTROLLER FOR USE IN THE PROCESS INOUSTRIES
CORES
COURSES FOR COLLEGES
CSIRAC
DEFINITIONS
DEMONSTRATION
DERA (GERMAN)
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN
DESIGN ASSESS~ENT
DESIGN ASSESSMENT
DESIGN FROM THE PROGRAMMER"S VIEWPOINT
DESIGN LOGIC
OCTAL DIAGRAMS
DESIGN OF MULTIPLE-OUTPUT LOGICAL NETWORKS
DESIGN OF OPTICAL LENS SYSTEMS (IBM 101t)
OESIGN ON RELIABILITY AND MAINTENANCE
DESIGN TO FACILITATE LINEAR PROGRAMMING
DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT (GERMANI
DEVELOPMENT FROM MECHANICS TO ELECTRONICS
DEVELOPMENT ON THE TRAINING AND UTILIZATION
DEVELOPMENTS
DEVELOPMENTS
OEVELOPMENTS ANO AUTOMATED TEACHING METHODS
DEVELOPMENTS AROUND THE WORLD
DEVELCPMENTS AT GOTTINGEN. APPLICATIONS OF
DEVElCPMENTS AT MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
SJCC61 21tl
CACM636 291t
PGEC581t 265
IFIP62 661t
P IRE611 53
JACM553 205
AUS 60C1D.l
EJCC59 11 It
LSU 56
95
EJCC59 171t
EJCC61 311
AUS 60 BIt.2
BCS 58
69
NCR 611t It1
IEES56
1t1
AUS 60Bl0.1
CTPC51t
55
AUS 63 8.4
ECIP55
90
TCJ2601t 198
PACM52T 95
TCJ5621
1
PACM61 1285
WJCC51 110
NCR 591t 201t
EOPS61 1t65
TCB1631
1
FJCC62 170
L5U 58 133
WJCC60 113
TCJ6631 39
EJCC59 108
PACM61 13BIt
LSU 55 111
CACM590 10
EJCC56
61t
IFIP62 608
CC5T61
58
EJCC56
51t
EJCC59 255
HARV512 213
WCR 601t 105
NCR 612 221t
PGEC624 518
PACM56
36
JACM512 Ilt3
SJCC62 113
FJCC63 535
NCR 631t 11
EJCC51 105
P IRE530 1411
EJCC59
15
PACM52T 68
ANL 53 159
EJCC56
9
EJCC53
6
EJCC53
8
TCB6621 18
I BSJ631 ZIt
SJCC62 129
CCST61 590
CAN 62 21t3
CAN 62 25B
AUS 60Bl0.2
CAS 60
1t6
SJCC63 263
EJCC51
ItO
PGEC594 410
TCB4603 82
AUS63 B.23
PGEC5H
2
CACM639 513
Sl
ECIP55
PGEC5'+3 12
E JCC56
16
WJCC56
82
WJCC58 182
PACM59
It
EJCC60 211
CACM606 361
AUS 60B12.3
TCJ3611t 253
EJCC58
46
CAC"599 2B
PGEC611 21
CAS 60 112
RMC560
53
WJCC56
15
WJCC51 1'+3
TCJ1583 98
TCJ1594 153
ECIP55
1t6
OIP 62 508
WJCC53
It
EJCC51 101
CACM590 16
PLCI61 281
EJCC56
5
ECIP55
36
AUS 512 208
121

COM - COM

TITLE WORD INDEX

TRAFFIC CONTROL STUDIES'

A COMPUTER DRIVEN SIMULATION ENVIRONMENT.FOR AIR
CAN A SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER EARN A PLACE IN A CIVIL ENGINEERING OFFICE
THE HATFIELD CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER EDUCATION
COMPUTER EDUCATION
COMPUTER EDUCATION IN CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES
COMPUTER EDUCATION. DILEMMA OF THE COLLEGES
A GRAPHICAL APPROACH TO COMPUTER EFFICIENCY
PHILCO MODEL 212 COMPUTER EFFICIENCY THRDUGH SIMULTANEOUS OPERATIONS
RUNNI~ A COMPUTER EFFICIENTLY
THE BIAX, A NEW MULTIPURPOSE COMPUTER ELEMENT
BIAX HIGH SPEED MAGNETIC COMPUTER ELEMENT
LINEAR ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ELEMENTS
NONLINEAR ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ELEMENTS
MECHANICAL COMPUTER ELEMENTS
THE SELECTION OF MAGNETIC CORE MATERIALS FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER ELEMENTS
CONSIDERATIONS FOR
THE SoLlD-Sl'ATE DATA PROCESSING COMPUTER EMIDEC 1100
NOMENCLATURE AND DEFINITIONS IN AUTOMATIC DIGITAL COMPUTER ENGINEERING
BASIC
THE ELLIOTT-NRDC COMPUTER 401, A DEMONSTRATION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING BY PACKAGED UNIT CONSTRUCTION
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER ENTERS AN AIRPLANE FACTORY
N AND MISSILE GUIDANCE SUBSVSTEM FOR THEI
DIGITAL COMPUTER EQUIPMENT FOR AN ADVANCED BOMBING, NAVIGATIO
THE RELAY COMPUTER ETL MARK II
THE TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTER ETL MARK IV
PREDICTION OF PROGRAM RUNNING TIME AS AN AID IN COMPUTER EVALUATION
PROCESSING SVSTEM IN A MANUFACI
SVSTEMS OESIGN ANO COMPUTER EVALUATION STUDY FOR A QUASI-REAL TIME DATA
COMPUTER EVOLUTION TO AID CDMPILERS
1961 COMPUTER EXHIBITION AND SYMPOSIUM
UM
A REVIEW OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER EXHIBITION AND THE BUSINESS COMPUTER SYMPOSI
THE IMPACT ON UNIVERSITIES OF THE EXPANSION IN THEIR COMPUTER FACILITIES
COMPUTER FEASIBILITY STUDY
ACTIVITY IN SWEDEN IN DIGITAL COMPUTER FIELD
DATA TRANSMISSION AND THE NEW OUTLOOK FOR THE COMPUTER FIELD
COMPUTER FINDS A RAILROAD CAR
WHAT WE USE DUR COMPUTER FOR
THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A LARGE-SCALE REAL-TIME APPLICATION
THE ACRE COMPUTER, A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A MISSILE CHECKOUT SYSTEM
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE CONTROL SYSTEMS
USE OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR AIRBORNE GUIOANCE AND NAVIGATION
AN ON-LINE SOLID-STATE ANALOG COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC GAS' FLOW COMPENSATIONS
FUNCTIONS
A SIMPLE COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATICALLY PLOTTING CORRELATION
IMP, AN AUXILIARY DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR COMPLEX NUMBERS
ORGANIZATION OF A 'FIXEo-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR COMPUTATION OF EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECT
o 'ORGANIZATION OF A 'FIXEo-PLUS-VARIABLE' STRUCTURE COMPUTER FOR COMPUTATION OF EIGENVALUES AND EIGENVECT
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY COMPUTER FOR CONTROL APPLICATIONS
THE USE OF A BINARV COMPUTER FOR DATA PROCESSING
LANGUAGES
A COMPUTER FOR DIRECT EXECUTION OF ALGORITHMIC
A DUAL-USE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEM ANALYSIS
BALLISTIC MISSILES
A SMALL TRANSISTORIZED ANALOG COMPUTER FOR EARLY FLIGHT IMPACT POINT PREDICTION OF
A COMPUTER FOR FLAW PLOTTING
FREQUENCY-tD-PERIOD-TO-ANALOG COMPUTER FOR FLDWRATE ~EASUREMENT
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR INDUSTRIAL PROCESS ANALYSIS AND CONTROL
AN AUTOMATIC CRUISE CONTROL COMPUTER FOR LONG RANGE AIRCRAFT
SYSTEM
ONLINE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR MEASUREMENTS OF A NEUROLOGICAL CONTROL
THE USE OF A COMPUTER FOR PAYROLL WORK
A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR REAL-TIME SI~ULATIDN
USE OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR ROOM AIR-CONDITIONING CALCULATIONS
SYSTEM DESIGN OF A COMPUTER FOR RUSSIAN-ENGLISH TRANSLATION
AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR SCHOOLS AND OFFICES
USING A VARIABLE-WORD-LENGTH COMPUTER FOR SCIENTIFIC CALCULATION
A HIGH-SPEEO ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR SIMULATION
USING THE RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM
A COMPUTER FOR SOLVING LINEAR SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
INTERPRETATION ROUTINES ON A GENERAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR THE DESIGN OF LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR CONT
EXPERIENCE IN USING A OEUCE COMPUTER FOR THE FAMILY EXPENDITURE SURVEY
LOGICAL DESIGN OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR THE SAGE SYSTEM
N ECONOMIC THEORT!
.THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION OF SOME EQUATIONS ARISING
AN ANALOG COMPUTER FOR THE SOLUTION OF TANGENTS
A OIGITAL COMPUTER FOR USE IN AN OPERATIONAL FLIGHT TRAINER
A HIGH-ACCURACV. REAL-TIME OIGITAL COMPUTER FOR USE IN CONTINUOUS CONTROL SYSTEMS
A COMPUTER FOR WEATHER DATA ACQUISITION
DIGITAL COMPUTER FUNDA~ENTALS
COMPUTER GENERATED DISPLAYS
COMPUTER GENERATION OF OPTIMIZED SU8ROUTINES
COMPUTER GENERATION OF OPTIMIZED SUBROUTINES
THE DARMSTADT MATHEMATICAL COMPUTER GROUP (GERMANI
LONOON COMPUTER GROUP, STUDY GROUP REPORTS
CONSIDERATIONS ON A HIGH SPEED PARALLEL COMPUTER G3 (GERMANI
PI
AN IOEALIZEO OVER-ALL ERROR-CORRECTING DIGITAL COMPUTER HAVING ONLY AN ERROR-DETECTING COMBINATIONAL
THE EXPERIENCE OF APPLYING A COMMERCIAL COMPUTER IN A BRITISH ORGANIZATION
THE ELECTRODATA COMPUTER IN A DATA-REDUCTION SYSTEM
THE FIRST YEAR'S EXPERIENCE WITH A COMPUTER IN A LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE
THE COMPUTER IN A NON-ARITHMETIC ROLE
THE DIGITAL COMPUTER IN A SCIENTIFIC DATA PROCESSING SVSTEM
EXPERIMENTS WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN A SIMPLE CONTROL SYSTEM
EXPERIENCE WITH A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN AN AEROPLANE TESTING ESTABLISHMENT
THE SMALL COMPUTER IN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY
USE OF A COMPUTER IN BANKING
DATA PROCESSING
THE COMPUTER IN CANADIAN RAILROADING, C.P.R. SYSTEM-WIOE
AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER IN ECONOMIC RESEARCH
THE COMPUTER IN EDUCATION, MALEFACTOR OR BENEFACTOR
THE HUMAN COMPUTER IN FLIGHT CONTROL
EXPERIENCES OF USING A OIGITAL COMPUTER IN INDUSTRY, 1
EXPERIENCES OF USING A OIGITAL COMPUTER IN INDUSTRY, 2
T, SOME CONJECTURES ON THE FUTURE OF THE LARGE-SCALE COMPUTER IN INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL WORK
WHERE NEX
THE ROLE OF THE DIGITAL COMPUTER IN MECHANICAL TRANSLATION OF LANGUAGES
INTERROGATING A COMPUTER IN NATURAL LANGUAGE
USES OF THE COMPUTER IN PUBLIC HEALTH
E
THE USE OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER IN RESEARCH STATISTICS, FOUR YEARS EXPERIENC
N
THE USE OF A MEDIUM-SIZE COMPUTER IN RETIREMENT AND WELFARE PLAN AOMINISTRATIO
THE FIRST COMPUTER IN RHOOESIA
THE USE OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER IN RURAL ROAD DESIGN
APPLICATIONS OF THE SMALL DIGITAL COMPUTER IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRV
128

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
FJCC63 437
AUS 60 B5.2
TCB7632 45
AIC 634 135
CAN 58
23
LSU 57
11
PACM59
8
PACM61 10C2
JACM543 124
PACM59
46
WCR 594 40
HACC59
22
HACC59
23
HACC59
27
NCR 544 109
AUS 60013.3
CENG59 170
ADC 53 273
ECIP55 192
PIRE611 313
DIP 62 580
DIP 62 617
CAS 60
20
PACM61 12B4
CAN 62 238
TCB5613 100
TCB2595 71
TCJ5634 294
TCB3591
3
MANC51
27
TCJ4611
1
CACM618 356
LSU 55
81
WJCC56
70
WJCC59 2.11
PGEC521
2
EJCC57
64
NCR 602 96
NCR 537 43
IEES56 278
JACM621 41
JACM624 522
IFIP62 423
EJCC60 149
EJCC61 184
CAS 57
99
AUS 60CI0.3
PGEC521 73
PGEC601 62
WJCC59 207
PGEC521 41
CACM62N 567
I ~4
FJCC63 459
CAN 60 175
NSMT60 491
LSU 56 138
WJCC56
71
PGEC592 186
PGEC622 164
IEES56
68
TCJ2604 164
IBMJ571 76
AUS 60 C7.2
PGEC55] 101
PGEC552 55
WJCC59 197
EJCC60
57
HACC59
12
PIRE611 185
PACM59
40
JACM611 104
ECIP55 157
TC8.1573 47
ECIP55
99
PGEC593 321
TCJ3614 1B5
EJCC54
85
TCJ3601
2
IEES56 450
AUS 60 81.3
WJCC54
60
TCJ4611 25
AUS 60 A5.4
EOPS61 258
CAN 58
6
CAS 60
54
FJCC63 619
PGEC51] 195
TC81511
6
TCB1572 30
TCJ2592 85
WJCC58 161
IFIP62 288
HARV61
77
TCJ1582 49
CAN 58 202
TCJ5622 19
AUS 60 85.3
WJCC56
89
128

COM - COM

TITLE WORO INDEX

COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
FEATURE
REALIZATION OF RANDOMLY TIMED COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CONVERSION
LINCOLN ~EYBCARD. A TYPEWRITER KEYBOARD DESIGNED FOR COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OPERATION OF THE NAVAL PROVING GROUNO COMPUTER
XPERIENCE WITH ORGANIZATIONAL PROBLEMS IN A BUSINESS COMPUTER
OF THE BALLISTIC RESEARCH LABORATORIES OIGITAL COMPUTER
RESERVATIONS SYSTEM
A CENTRAL COMPUTER
A SURVEY OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTER
PERIPHERY EQUIPMENT IN RELATION TO FORMS HANDLING IN COMPUTER
OMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS AFFECTING COMPU1ER
PRODUCING COMPUTER
STANDARDIZATION OF COMPUTER
FITTING A COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SPECIAL ANALOG-HYBRID COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
THE MOBIL COMPUTER
APT. A COMMON COMPUTER
FLEXIBLE ABBREVIATION OF WORDS IN A COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OPTIMIZATION OF ANALOG COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
THE CHECKING OF COMPUTER
TRATION
THE FLOW DIAGRAM APPROACH TO COMPUTER
RECORDING OF CIRCUIT SAFETY MARGINS AS AN AID TD COMPUTER
PRESENT AND PROJECTED COMPUTER
MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS BY COMPUTER
PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF MAGNETIC COMPUTER
THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER
MAGNETIC FILMS. REVOLUTION IN COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CORRECTION OF MULTIPLE ERRORS ORIGINATING IN A COMPUTER
COINCIDENT-CURRENT MAGNETIC COMPUTER
A SURVEY OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
ROOT LCCI
AN AUTOMATIC ANALOG COMPUTER
AN INTROOUCTION TO ANALOGUE COMPUTER
CIRCUITS FOR RELIABILITY
COMPUTER
PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
A SURVEY OF COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
LOGARITHMS
COMPUTER
THE PARAMETRCN DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER
OF PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS WITHIN AN INTEGRATED COMPUTER
OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH 10NR) DIGITAL COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC DRAFTING VIA COMPUTER
AN ANALOG COMPUTER
SOLUTION ON A HIGH SPEED COMPUTER
GIER. A DANISH COMPUTER
THE HIGH-SPEED ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
BESM, THE HIGH SPEED ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE LOGISTIC RELAY COMPUTER
RESEARCH
USE OF A REMOTE DIGITAL COMPUTER
GAMES THAT TEACH THE FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
ELECTRONIC ANALOG COMPUTERS. CONTROL CIRCUITS. COMPUTER
CONTINUOUS COMPUTER
PREPARATION FOR COMPUTER
BASE
COMPUTER
TRANSLATION
COMPUTER
TRAINING THE COMPUTER
ON-LINE COMPUTER
SYMPOSIUM ON AOVANCEO COMPUTER
A PARALLEL COMPUTER
AUTOMATED MAINTENANCE
A COMPUTER
FIXED PLUS VARIABLE COMPUTER SYST/
PARALLELISM IN COMPUTER
FROM FORMULAS TO COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
SHAPED BEAM TUBE
HIGH SPEED COMPUTER
THE PHILIPS COMPUTER
OGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS
COMPUTER
THE MAGNETIC-DRUM STORE OF THE COMPUTER
PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF COMPUTER
STANDARDIZED COMPARISONS OF COMPUTER
ESTIMATING COMPUTER
REPORTING COMPUTER
DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY IN COMPUTER
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MUNICH COMPUTER
TRAINING COMPUTER
SELECTION OF COMPUTER
THE SELECTION AND TRAINING OF COMPUTER
FORMAL EXAMINATIONS FOR COMPUTER
RETIRING COMPUTER
MAKING A COMPUTER
COMPUTER
A NEW METHOD OF VERIFYING ANALOG COMPUTER
THE INTRODUCTION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A SYSTEM OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CONFERENCE
WAYS OF DEVELOPING SOVIET COMPUTER
FILTER. A TOPOLOGICAL PATTERN SEPARATION COMPUTER
THE
THE
AN EMPIRICAL MODEL FOR
A TURNING POINT IN THE

129

COM - COM

IN THE LIBRARY
CAS 60
35
MCF 61 lBI
IN THE UNIVERSITY
MIPP61 201
INOEXING
CACM606 3BO
INOUSTRY
PECS52
21
INOUSTRY DIRECTORY
PGEC582 141
INPUT AND OUTPUT BY MEANS OF AN INTERRUPT
INPUT AND OUTPUT. INCLUDING ANALOGUE-OIGITAL I EES56 "25
INPUT FLEXIBILITY
THE CACM581
"
INPUT. A BY-PRODUCT OF FORM WRITING
CAN 58 1B"
ONR 53
23
INSTALLATION
7
INSTALLATION
E RMCS60
OPERATION ONR 53
lit
INSTALLATION
CAS 51
1
INSTALLATION AS A PART OF AN AIR-LINE
PGEC552 52
INSTALLATIONS
INSTALLATIONS
AUS 60A12."
A TC81513 48
INSTALLATIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PACT I COMPILER
JACM56" 28B
INTERCOMMUNICATION
EJCC55
87
CAS 57
18
INTO AN INVENTORY-CONTROL PROBLEM
INVESTIGATIONS OF INTENTION TO ATTACK
PACM62
87
PGEC621
1
ISSUE
CLUN55
81
LABORATORY IN INDUS'TRY
LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY
ICC 633 11"
ARAP612 lltl
LANGUAGE
CACM63N 668
LANGUAGE
PGEC614 129
LANGUAGES FOR SYMBOL MANIPULATION
liJCC61 315
LINEAR SYSTEM DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS
LOGIC
CACM585 14
LOGIC AND ALGEBRAS
LSU 56
99
LOGIC BY SIMULATION ON A COMPUTER
TCJ6632 154
LOGICAL DESIGN USING THE NCR 3~ AS AN ILLUS WJCC58
59
MAINTENANCE
SYSTEMATIC DETAILED RMCS60
29
MANPOWER NEEDS IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
CTPC5"
"
lit
CTPC54
MANUFACTURERS
ANL 53 202
MATERIALS
CACM606 342
MATHEMATICS AT MOSCOW STATE UNIVERSITY
MEMORIES
FJCC62 213
MEMORIES. A SURVEY OF T~E STATE-OF-THE-ART
PIRE611 104
MEMOR Y
AUTOMATIC I BMJ634 311
MEMORY DEVELOPMENTS AT M.I.T.
ANL 53 150
P IRE530 1393
MEMORY SYSTEMS
I CIP59 447
MEMORY USING MAGNETIC fiLM
METHOD FOR RADIATION TREATMENT PLANNING
CACM627 "07
METHOD FOR SOLVING POLYNOMIALS AND FINDING
NCR 5l1t 164
METHODS
TCJ361" 211
METHODS APPLIED TO THE DESIGN OF OIGITAL
RMCS60
55
METHODS fOR SOLVING ELLIPTIC AND PARABOLIC
ICC 631
3
MODEL OF ELEMENTARY SOCIAL BE~AVIOR
CATH63 375
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION USING BINARY
PGEC624 512
PGEC593 308
MUSASINO-l
CABS62 424
MUSIC
IMPLEMENTATION AUS 63 C.18
NETWORK
NEWSLETTER
SEE 'OCN'
CACM6l1t 196
NUMERICAL CONTROL
NCR 602 41
NYQUIST PLOTTER
OF A PROBLEM IN DIOPHANTINE ALGEBRA IFRENCH) ICIP59
90
PGEC636 629
OF MEDIUM SIZE
I EES56 280
Of THE U.S.S.R. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IBESM)
OF THE USSR ACADEMY OF SCIENCES IGERMAN)
76
ECIP55
Of THE VIENNA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IGERMAN) ECIP55 207
ON AN OPEN-SHOP BASIS IN AGRICULTURAL
TCJ6632 118
OPERATION
PGEC611 31
OPERATION LANGUAGE
WJCC60 341
OPERATION. AND SYSTEM DESIGN
CHBK62
"
OPERATIONAL RELIABILITY
WJCC51 201
OPERATIONS
LSU 56
34
LSU 56
43
OPERATIONS AT WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE
OPERATIONS kEQUIREO FOR MECHANICAL
IEES56 "53
OPERATOR
PACM61 13A1t
OPTIMIZATION OF A CHEMICAL PROCESS
CAS 62 19"
ORGAN llATlON
IfIP62 561
ORGANIZATION AND MECHANIZATIONS
PGEC633 251
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMMING SYSTEM FOR
PGEC636 B87
ORGANIZATION RANDOM NUMBER GENERATION IN THE WJCC61 157
ORIENTED LANGUAGE
CACM593
6
WJCC58 234
ORIENTED TOWARD SPATIAL PROBLEMS
OUTPUT DEVICES UTILIZING THE CHARACTRON
5ACI58
51
PGEC612 175
PASCAL
PATTERN RECOGNITION TECHNIQUES. ELECTROCARDI CACM620 527
I EES56 197
PEGASUS
PACM59. 19
PEOPLE
PERFORMANCE
57
I FIP62
PERFORMANCE
TCJ5634 276
PERFORMANCE TO MANAGEMENT
PACH58
59
PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT
RMCS60
61
PERM IGERMAN)
ECIP55
40
PERSONNEL
TC81573 55
PERSONNEL
TCB3592 23
PERSONNEL
TCB5611 26
PERSONNEL
TCB6622 55
PIONEER. HOWARD AIKEN
CACM626 298
IEE556 452
PLAY DRAUGHTS
CACM602 91
PREPARATION OF A POETRY CONCORDANCE
PROBLEMS AND PERFORMANCES
WJCC57 138
PRODUCTION CONTROL IN A LIGHT ENGINEERING FA TCJ2593 115
PRODUCTION CONTRCL. THE SECOND YEAR
TCJ3614 198
CACM61D 562
PRODUCTION OF PEEK-A-BOO SHEETS
PRODUCTION Of TERRAIN MODELS
CACM634 190
PRODUCTION. ABSTRACTS OF T~E 1956 MOSCOW
PGEC571 37
E JCC60
PROGRAM
25

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

129

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TITLE WORD INDEX

PROBLEM
SUPPLY CIRCUITRY
LEVEL FACTORIAL DESIGN

A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR A SOLVABlE CASE Of THE DECISION
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS AND DESIGN DF POWER
A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE FOR A TWO-

SKETCHPAD III. A COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
A GENERAL DIGITAL COMPUTER
USE OF MACHINES IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF A GRAMMAR AND COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
DETERMINATION
COMPROTEIN. A COMPUTER
ON THE AUTOMATIC FORMATION OF A COMPUTER
THE PROBLEM OF HETEROGENEOUS GROUPS IN COMPUTER
NON-PROGRAMMED CURRICULUM MATERIALS FOR COMPUTER
PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS ANO SELECTION OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
PLANNING
FUNOAMENTALS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR REAL TIME COMPUTER
ASPECTS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTER
AUTOMATIC COMPUTER
COMPUTER
LEVEL
A NEW APPROACH TO SMALL-COMPUTER
RECENT TRENOS IN COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPUTER
PRODUCTION OF LARGE COMPUTER
COMPUTATIONAL CHAINS AND THE SIMPLIFICATION OF COMPUTER
A SET OF MATRICES FOR TESTING COMPUTER
SYSTEMATIC MISTAKE ANALYSIS Of DIGITAL COMPUTER
SKELETAL STRUCTURE OF PERT AND CPA COMPUTER
TECHNIQUES FOR THE TEST AND EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME COMPUTER
TECHNIQUES FOR THE TEST ANO EVALUATION OF REAL-TIME COMPUTER
REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
REVIEW OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CORRECTING COMPUTER
COMPUTER
L SYSTEM OF RESIOUAL CLASSES (SRC'
REVIEW OF COMPUTER
REVIEW Of ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
AN ANALOG COMPUTER
REDUNDANCY IMPROVES COMPUTER
THE USE OF TRIPLE-MODULAR REDUNDANCY TO IMPROVE COMPUTER
SOME NOTES ON COMPUTER
THE INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTER
EOUCATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE COMPUTER
THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE COMPUTER
SOME FEATURES OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK RELAY COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
RETRIEVAL SYSTEM FOR REFERENCES AND ABSTRACTS IN THE COMPUTER
SOVI ET CYBERNETICS ANO COMPUTER
SOVIET CYBERNETICS AND COMPUTER
RATOR TRAINING FACILITY FOR ENRICO FERMI AI
ANALOG COMPUTER
THE DEFENCE RESEARCH BOARD OF CANADA IN MAIL ORDER COMPUTER
UNIVERSITY ROLE IN TRAINING PERSONNEL FOR COMPUTER
SYMPOSIUM ON 'USE OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
FIRMS
AND ANALYSIS OF COSMIC RAY AIR SHOWER DATA USING THE COMPUTER
A SYSTEMATIC METHOD FOR COMPUTER
ELECTRONIC SWITCH FOR ANALOG COMPUTER
.INITIAL CONDITIONS IN COMPUTER
TRANSIENT ANALYSIS OF CRYOTRON NETWORKS BY COMPUTER
TEN YEARS OF COMPUTER
OPTIMIZING BIT-TIME COMPUTER
THE APPLICATION OF SEQUENTIAL ESTIMATION TO COMPUTER
COOING
A COMPUTER
SOCIETY
THE COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
A HIGH-SPEED DATA TRANSLATOR FOR COMPUTER
MEMORY ARRAYS
COMPUTER
ORGANIZATIONS
COMPUTER
APPLICATION OF FINITE FOURIER TRANSFORMS TO ANALOG COMPUTER
OR SENSORY PATTERN RECOGNITION, CONCEPT FORMATIONI
COMPUTER
THE BRITISH COMPUTER
TIME
DIGITAL COMPUTER
REDUNDANCY EXPLOITATlO.N IN THE COMPUTER
HYBRID COMPUTER
R ELIMINATING DIVISION AND TREATING SINGULARITIES IN COMPUTER
R ELIMINATING DIVISION ANO TREATING SINGULARITIES IN COMPUTER
COMPUTER
IN HYDRO-ELECTRIC OEVELOPMENTS
ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL COMPUTER
EQUATIONS
SUCCESSIVE APPROXIMATIONS ANO COMPUTER
COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
OSCILLATORS
AN IDEAL COMPUTER
RECOVERY FOR COMPUTER
ON SOME LEXICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF A COMPUTER
THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER EXHIBITION AND THE BUSINESS COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SYNTHEX, TOWARD COMPUTER
THE MARCHANT CEIMPUTER
THE BENDIX G-15D, GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
A MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR PROBLEM QUEUING IN A COMPUTER
PILOT, A NEW MULTIPLE COMPUTER
THE ENGLISH ELECTRIC KDF9 COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING A DUPLEX COMPUTER
THE KDF9 COMPUTER
THE UCLA VARIABLE STRUCTURE COMPUTER
A MULTIPROCESSING APPROACH TO A LARGE COMPUTER
TIONS FOR TWC-LEVEL MULTIPLE INPUT-OUTPUT LOI
ON
TIONS fOR Twe-LEVEL MULTIPLE INPI
ERRATUM IN 'ON

130

PROGRAM FOR DRAWING IN THREE DIMENSIONS
PROGRAM FDR EDITING THE NEWS
PROGRAM FOR OBTAINING IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTA
PROGRAM FOR OBTAINING IRREDUCIBLE REPRESENTA
PROGRAM FOR SIMULATING CRYOTRON CIRCUITS
PROGRAM FOR STATIC STRESS ANALYSIS
THE
PROGRAM FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
PROGRAM FOR SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION
PROGRAM TO AID PRIMARY PROTEIN STRUCTURE
PROGRAM WHICH REPRESENTS A THEORY
PROGRAMMER TRAINING
PROGRAMMER TRAINING PROGRAMS
PROGRAMMERS
PROGRAMMES FOR ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
PROGRAM~ING

PROGRAMMING (GERMANI
PROGRAM~ING AND CODING AT THE HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAMMING ANO CONTROL
PROGRAMMING AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
PROGRAMMING FOR YOUNG STUOENTS
PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS
SIMULATION
PROGRAMS
SIMULATION
PROGRAMS
PROGRESS DURING 1954
PROGRESS DURING 1956
PROGRESS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA, I. A SELfPROGRESS IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA. II. THE NUMERICA
PROGRESS IN 1957
PROGRESS 1955
REALIZATION OF THE EUCLIDEAN TOOLS
REL lABILITY
RELIABILITY
RESEARCH IN EASTERN EUROPE
RESEARCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
REVOLUTION
REVOLUTION
SAPO
SCIENCE MOVIES
SCIENCE MOVIES
AN INFORMATION
SCIENCES
SCIENCES 1960
SCIENCES. 1960
SERVES AS BOTH SYSTEMS ANALYSIS TOOL AND OPE
SERVICE
EXPERIENCE OF
SERVICES
SERVICES'
SHARING BY A GROUP OF CONSULTING ENGINEERING
THE PROCESSING
SILU AC
SIMPL IFICATION OF LOGIC DIAGRAMS
SIMULATION
SIMULATION
SIMULATION
SIMULATION
SIMULATION
SIMULATION AND MONTE CARLO PROCEDURES
SIMULATION CHAIN FOR RESEARCH ON PICTURE
SIMULATION OF A COLONIAL. SOCID-ECONOMIC
SIMULATION OF CITY TRAFFIC
SIMULATION Of COGNITIVE PROCESSES
SIMULATION OF SPEECH AND TELEVISION DEVICES
SIMULATION OF THE ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF
SIMULATION TOWARO A THEORY OF LARGE
SIMULATIONS
THE
SIMULATIONS OF A PERCEPTUAL LEARNING MOOEL F
SOCIETY
SOLUTION OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN REAL
SOLUTION OF OOUBLE-CROSTICS
SOLUTION OF TIME-OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS
SOLUTIONS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
SOLUTIONS OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
SOLUTIONS OF PROBLEMS INVOLVING TRANSIENTS
SORTING
STORAGE PROBLEMS IN ORDINARY DIFfERENTIAL
STUDIES OF ORBITAL RENDEZVOUS
SUBSYSTEM USING KILOMEGACYCLE SUBHARMONIC
SUPPORT PROGRAM AND A SPECIfIC I.B.M. SYSTEM
SWITCHOVER IN A REAL-TIME SYSTEM
SYMBOLIC LANGUAGE
NOTE
SYMPOSIUM
A REVIEW OF
SYNTHESIS OF CHARACTER-RECOGNITION SYSTEMS
SYNTHESIS OF HUMAN LANGUAGE BEHAVIOR
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEI'
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTEI'
SYSTEM
SYSTEM

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

COM - COM
JACM633 34B
PACM59
5
CACM636 309
SJCC63 347
CACM63B 4B7
JACM631 4B
JACM632 256
ONR 60 353
WJCC55
72
ICIP59 188
CAN 58 209
FJCC62 262
SOS 62 107
PACM61 13A3
PACM62
20
JACM573 34B
AUS 63 B.22
PIRE530 1245
JACM623 387
TCB7644 107
ECIP55 143
PACM56
31
IBMJ581 72
AODC62
33
JACM584 309
CAS 58 125
ONR 56
15
PGEC622 173
CACM628 It.u
CACM632 58
CACM638 It73
PACM56
19
JACM573 351t
PGEC551 33
PGEC571 55
DIP 62 533
DIP 62 543
PGEC581 65
PGEC561 43
PGEC624 564
RTCS62 378
I BMJ622 200
CACM59D
1
ICC 623 159
AODC62 166
PACM62
itO
ECIP55
73
CACM627 423
CACM639 572
CAN 62 136
PGEC611t 759
CACM61D 566
WJCC60 301
CAN 58 370
LSU 58 157
TCB7633 76
CAS 58 116
AUS 63 B.12
NCR 612 217
PGEC561t 197
PGEC611 78
P IRE611 2lt5
PGEC621
2
CACM63N 679
JACM584 31t3
WCR 5B4 1t1
WJCC61 613
CACM621t 221t
CABS62 336
WJCC59 169
PGEC636 B74
CABS62 522
SJCC62 255
IfIP62 413
TC81571
1
WJCC58
87
EJCC60
39
SJCC63 197
PGEC621 42
PGEC624 570
AUS 60B'7.3
JACM611 41
CACM615 222
CAN 62
89
PIRE611 128
ARAP634 193
I BSJ631 76
ROME62 759
TCB2595 71
PGEC614 735
CABS62 360
1t2
EJCC54
LSU 5B 16B
PACM59
10
JACM593 313
TCBlt603 119
CACM6tN 501
fJCC62 108
WOC062 182
I BSJ621 61t
130

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THE KDF9 COMPUTER
ORGANIZING AND PROGRAMMING A SHIPBOARD REAL-TIME COMPUTER
TIME SHARING ON THE FERRANTI-PACKARD FP60DD COMPUTER
MEASURING THE PROFITABILITY OF A COMPUTER
PARALLEL PROCESSING IN A RESTRUCTURABLE COMPUTER
SYSTEM AND LOGICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR THE RW-33 COMPUTER
ASSIGNMENT OF COMPUTATIONS IN A VARIABLE STRUCTURE COMPUTER
OF COMPUTING-LOAD ASSIGNMENT IN A MULTI-PROCESSOR COMPUTER
THE CONTROL LOCP OF AN AIRBORNE NAVIGATIONAL DIGITAL COMPUTER
RANDOM NUMBER GENERATION IN THE FIXEO PLUS VARIABLE COMPUTER
TENANCE FOR INTERNAL MEMORY SECTIONS OF THE ERA 1103 COMPUTER
OIGITAL-COMPUTER
OB25, A MULTIPLE-COMPUTER
THE COMPUTER
GENERALIzeD MEASURES OF COMPUTER
PERFORMANCE ADVANCES IN A TRANSISTORIZED COMPUTER
INSTALLING A COMPUTER
SORTING ON ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
COMBINEO ANALOG-DIGITAL COMPUTER
CONCURRENTLY OPERATING COMPUTER
MAGNETIC TAPES ON LARGE COMPUTER
TIME-SHARING COMPUTER
TRENDS IN DESIGN OF LARGE COMPUTER
ANALYSIS OF A BASIC QUEUING PROBLEM ARISING IN COMPUTER
PANEL ON PRIORITY PROBLEMS IN COMPUTER
MULTIPLE INPUT.OUTPUT LINKS IN COMPUTER
MULTIPLE COMPUTER
INSTRUMENTATION FOR MILITARY SPECIAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
HORllONS IN COMPUTER
ACCEPTANCE TRIALS OF COMPUTER
A LIST OF COMPUTER
205, AND UNI~AC 6S-BD
ORGANIZATION OF COMPUTER
COMPUTER
PROGRESS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ERROR-FREE MAGNETIC COMPUTER
THE MAN-COMPUTER
A COMPUTER
EQUATIONS
AN INCREMENTAL COMPUTER
A HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
UNUSUAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR SOLUTIONS BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
MICROSYSTEM COMPUTER
THE FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS 8Y ANALOG COMPUTER
NS IN NON-LINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS 8Y MEANS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
COMPUTER
ANALOG COMPUTER
DIAGRAMS
COMPUTER
1620, IB" 65C. UNIVAC SOLID STATE BO)
COMPUTER
THE APPLICATION OF COMPUTER
ES
FRONTIERS IN COMPUTER
THE IMPENDING REVOLUTION IN COMPUTER
THE PERIODICAL LITERATURE OF COMPUTER
A CIRCUIT PACKAGING MODEL FOR HIGH-SPEED COMPUTER
THE STATE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
THE STATE OF DIGITAL COMPUTER
SOME ASPECTS OF COMPUTER
SOVIET COMPUTER
SOVIET COMPUTER
SOVIET COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SUGGESTED MODEL FOR INfORMATION REPRESENTATION IN A COMPUTER
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL- AND ANALOG-COMPUTER
SPECIAL TOPICS IN DIGITAL-COMPUTER
ANALOG-COMPUTER
PRODUCTION CONTROL BY 8UYING COMPUTER
PROGRESS REPORT ON PRODUCTION CONTROL BY HIRING COMPUTER
COMPUTER
SIMULATION OF A COMPUTER
AUTO~ATIC TRANSLATION OF PROGRAMS FROM ONE COMPUTER
TEACHING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
CIRCUIT DESIGN EMPLOYING A DIGITAL COMPUTER
CONSIDERATIONS IN APPLYING A COMPUTER
USE OF A COMPUTER
ES
A COORDINATEO DATA-PROCESSING SYSTEM AND ANALOG COMPUTER
BUFFERS
A METHOD OF COUPLING A SMALL COMPUTER
APPLICATION OF AN INTERMEDIATE SIZE COMPUTER
CODING A GENERAL·PURPOSE DIGITAL COMPUTER
NTIFIC AND STATISTICI
APPLICATION OF A SMALL SCALE COMPUTER
SOME APPLICATIONS OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
THE STUDY OF THE APPLICATION OF A COMPUTEII.
H TYPE, ITHAT OF ECOI
USE OF AN ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
COEFFICIENTS
AN ANALOGUE COMPUTER
THE APPliCATION OF A LARGE-SCALE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
THE APPLICATION OF AN ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
IN
THE APPLICATION OF THE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER
PROBLEMS IN THE APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER
CONTROL
AN APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER
AN APPLICATION OF A COMPUTER
PROGRESS OF THE WHIRLWIND COMPUTER
COMPUTER
COMPUTER
ON COMPUTER
COMPUTER
CIRCUIT ELEMENTS AND COMPUTER
SIZE AND SPEED OF THIN-MAGNETIC-FILM COMPUTER
AN)
THE GENERAL-PURPOSE ELECTRONIC DIGITAL COMPUTER
EXTERNAL LANGUAGE KLIPA FOR DIGITAL COMPUTER
SYSTEMS CONSIDERATIONS IN REAL-TIME COMPUTER
AND SIMILAR QUASI-RHYTHMIC PATTERNS
DIGITAL COMPUTER
A ONE TURN MAGNETIC READING AND RECORDING HEAD FOR COMPUTER
LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTER
PROGRAM~ING SERVICES AND ADVICE FOR PROSPECTIVE COMPUTER
COMPUTER
ELECTRIC
131

COM - COM

TITLE WORD INDEX

AUS 63 C.l
FJCC63 127
SJCC63
29
TCJ5634 28~
SYSTE~
PGEC636 747
SYSTEM
SYSTE~
AUTOMATIC NCR 602 12~
SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC PGEC636 755
SYSTEM
A PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS FJCC63 1~7
68
SYSTEM
IE TIE-IN OF THE HUMAN OPERATOR TO E JCC57
S,YSTEM
IRALLELISM IN COMPUTER ORGANIZATION WJCC61 157
62
SYSTEM
COMPUTER-PROGRAM~ED PREVENTIVE MAIN PWCS54
CCST61
33
SYSTEM DESIGN
F JCC62
86
SYSTE~ FOR COMMAND AND CONTROL
PGEC636 607
SYSTE~ ISSUE
PACM62 120
SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
EJCC58 168
SYSTEM THE TRANSAC S-2000
SYSTEM, EDUCATIONAL AND OTHER STAFF PROBLEMS AUS 63 A.15
SYSTElfS
JACM563 13~
HACC59
30
SYSTEMS
ICIP59 353
SYSTEMS
AUS 60AI0.1
SYSTEMS
MCF 61 221
SYSTE~S
WJCC61 361
SYSTEMS
18MJ612 132
SYSTEI'S
lFIP62 711
SYSTHS
IBMJ623
306
SYSTE~S
AIC 63~ 245
SYSTEIOS
SYSTEM EVALUATION AND WJCC59 153
SYSTEMS
WJCC60
41
SYSTE"'S DESIGN
TCJ4613 185
SYSTE~S FOR GOVERNMENT USE
CACM600 537
SYSTEMS PROGRAMS FOR THE IBM 650. DATATRON
WJCC6D
33
SYSTEIOS, THE FIXED PLUS VARIABLE STRUCTURE
TAPE
RECENT E JCC53 102
WJCC59 202
TEAM IN A SPACE ECOLOGY
TECHNIQUE FOR HANDLING ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE CACM628 03
PGEC614 748
TECHNIQUE FOR SOLVING COORDINATE-ROTATION
JACM582 132
TECHNIQUE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM
WJCC56
19
TECHNIQUES
WJCC61
95
TECHNIQUES
OBTAINING NCR 612 196
TECHNIQUES
INCHRONOUSLY EXCITED OSCILLATIO AUS 60B'2.2
TECHNIQUES
TCB7632 53
TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO SHIPBUILDING
WJCC6D 165
TECHNIQUES FOR PLOTTING BODE AND NYQUIST
CAS 61
62
TECHNIQUES IN ASSEMBLY LINE BALANCING IIBM
PLCI61 240
TECHN IQUES IN INSTRUCTION
TECHNIQUES TO PROBLEMS IN HYDRAULIC STRUCTUR AUS 60 B5.1
CAS 58 106
TECHNOLOGY
EJCC5B
~3
TECHNOLOGY
ICC 6114 7
TECHNOLOGY
IBMJ633 182
TECHNOLOGY
CACM616 256
TECHNOLOGY IN EUROPE
ICC 611~ 18
TECHNOLOGY IN EUROPE {FRENCHI
CAS 59
30
TECHNOLOGY IN THE U.S.S.R.
ICC 6010 23
TECHNOLOGY, 1959
PGEC601 72
TECHNOLOGY, 1959
CACM603 131
TECHNOLOGY. 1959
HACC59
1
TERMINOLOGY AND SYMBOLS
A WJCC60 151
THAT PERCEIVES, LEARNS. ANO REASONS
CCST61
13
THEORY
CCST61
75
THEORY
CCST61 112
THEORY
BCS 58 366
TIME
EOPS61 167
TIME
JACM60~ 389
TIME FOR ADDRESS CALCULATION SORTING
CACM627 383
TIMING DEVICE
JFIP62 550
TO ANeTHER
PACM62
11
TO ASSIST IN "'AKING DECISIONS
NCR 574 115
TO ATTAIN LONGEST MEAN TIME TO FAILURE
LSU 56
B4
TO COMMERCIAL DATA-PROCESSING
EJCC59 205
TO OESIGN CHARACTER RECOGNITION LOGIC
3~
TO DETERMINE REFINERY-PROCESS OPERATING GUID EJCC57
EJCC57 136
TO INPUT-OUTPUT OEVICES WITHOUT EXTENSIVE
LSU 58 129
TO MULTIPLE REGRESSION TECHNIQUE
WJCC55
82
TO OPERATE AS A DIFFERENTIAL ANALYZER
TO PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN ENGINEERING, SCIE AUS 60 Bl.2
CAN 58 330
TO PROBLEMS OF DIFFUSION
TCJ2591 2~
TO PRODUCTION CONTROL
TO SOLVE A PROBLEM OF THE OPERATIONS RESEARC "US 60 B2.2
TO SOLVE POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS WITH REAL
AUS 51 196
WJCC58 165
TO THE ASSIGNMENT OF TELEPHONE FACILITIES
TO THE OPERATION OF A CRUOE OIL PIPE LINE
CAN 58 223
TO THE 1961 POPULATION CENSUS OF GREAT BRITA TCJ563~ 26~
rC8~602
41
TO WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE AND RETAIL BRANCH
TCJ1581 ~2
TO WIND TUNNEL DESIGN, 1
rCJ1582 6~
TO WIND TUNNEL DESIGN. 2
PACM52P 237
TOWARDS AN AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
TCB76~4 119
TRAINING FACILITIES
PACM58
~2
TRANSCRIPTION OF MANUAL MORSE
JACM593 ~29
TRANSCRIPTION OF MANUAL MORSE
BIT 621
1
TYPE INSTRUMENTS
AADC60 163
UNITS
IFIP62 612
UNITS
80
URAL FOR ENGINEERING RESEARCH PROBLEMS IGERM ECIP55
PACM62
26
URAL-2
PLCI61 273
USAGE
IFIP62 U3
USAGE IN ANALYSIS OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH
NCR 55~ 95
USE
CACM62D 607
USE
TC82596 87
USERS AND OTHERS
IFIP62
51
USES AT LAMP DEPARTMENT, CANADIAN GENERAL
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
SYSTE M

COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY

19~6-1963

131

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COM

TITLE WORD INDEX

CHARACTER RECOGNITION BY DIGITAL
LEM-to SMALL SIZE GENERAL PURPOSE DIGITAL
PB-250, A HIGH SPEED SERIAL GENERAL PURPOSE
A SPECIAL-PURPOSE SOLID-STATE
TIME AVERAGE THERMAL PROPERTIES OF A
N INPUT LANGUAGE
GENERATING AN ANALOG
LABEL OPERATDR
AN ABSTRACT
A TRANSISTOR OIGITAL
THE KT PILOT COMPUTER. A MICRO-PROGRAMMED
IlATlON OF A SYMMETRIC MATRIX BY GIVENS' METHOD IN A
GENERAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SCHEME APPLICA8LE TO A
CONSIDERATIONS OF A
BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A OECIMAL
'BINARY AND TRUTH-FUNCTIONAL OPERATIONS ON A DECIMAL
THE LOGICAl DESIGN OF A
(GERMAN)
DESIGN OF A GENERAL-PURPOSE MICROPROGRAM-CONTROLLED
SC IENTIFIC USES OF A MEDIUM-SCALE
ADAPTATION OF THE JAC08I METHOD FOR A
CIRRUS, AN ECONOMICAL MUL TIPROGRAM
A VERY SMALL ELECTRONIC OIGITAL
GENERAL ANALYSIS CF VARIANCE SCHEME ARPLICABLE TO A
THE SIEMENS DIGITAL
BY PACKAGED UNrT CONSTRUCTION
THE ELLIOTT-NROC
MAN-MACHINE CONSOLE FACILITIES FOR
AN OUTLINE OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A
THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR THE
PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS IN
RECOGNIT ION LOGIC
T IN EDUCATION
A
REA.L-TIME
THE TORONTO
A
PLATO II, It. MULTIPLE-STUDENT,
IN REGRESSION ANAL YS I'S
WITH FIXED ADDRESS
G SYSTEMS

A
A UNIVERSAL
THE SYNTHESIS OF
A
MH-1, A
PRINCIPLES AND PROBLEMS OF A UNIVERSAL

AL MEMORY SECTIONS OF THE ERA 1103 COMPUTER SYSTEM
Y IN THE YEAR 1975
THE
PROCESSING
THE
PER SEC
SOME ASPECTS OF THE LOGICAL DESIGN OF A CONTROL
SYSTEM
THE ACRE
NSISToR FIXED MEMORY
THE KT PILOT
THE CONTROL OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS WITH AN ELECTRONIC
THE SOLOMON
THE ATHENA
SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH BY
DECISION MAKING USING A
THE FIRST YEAR'S PRODUCTION ON A
BIZMAC II
THE ILLINOIS PATTERN RECOGNITION
RE
oYNAM'ICSTORAGE ALLOCATION IN THE ATLAS
THE BELL
SelECTING A TECHNICAL
TICS OF THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY'S DECIMAL
THE SOLUJION OF RAILWAY PROBL.EMS ON A DIGITAL
THE SCLUTION OF RAILWAY PROBLEMS ON A DIGITAL
THE HUMAN
THREE MYTHS OF
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A SYSTEMS APPROACH FOR THE APPl. ICATION OF
INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE ON ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
RELAY
DATA HANDLING WITH LARGE-SCALE DIG ITAL
ANALOGUE COMPUTATION AND
KEYNOTE, ENGINEERING TOMORROW'S
SPECIAL-PURPOSE DIGITAL DATA-PROCESSING
SMALL PROBLEMS ON LARGE
STANDARDUEO PRINTED CIRCUIT UNITS FOR DIGITAL
OPTICAL ELEMENTS FOR
S'/MBOLICSYNTHESIS OF DIGITAL
RELIAB IL ITY OF ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS IN
THE CIRCUIT COMPONENTS OF DIGITAL
SPECIAL-PURPOSE AUTOMATIC
FACTORS INFlUENCHIG THE EFFECTIVE USE OF
It. NEW CONCEPT IN ANALOG
INflUENCE OF PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES ON THE DESIGN OF
THE DESIGN OF lOGICAL OR-AND-OR PYRAMIDS FOR DIGITAL
COCEO OEC IMAL NUMBERSYS TEMS FOR DIG ITAL
AN INPUT-OUTPUT UNIT FOR ANALOG
HIDDENREGENERAT'IVE LOOPS IN ELECTRONIC ANALOG
CONTRI8IJTIONS OF INDUSTRIAL TRAINING COURSES IN
CHARACTERISTICS CF CURRENTLY AVAILABLE SMALL DIGITAL
EFFICIENT LINKAGE OF GRAPHICAL DATA WITH DIGITAL
EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY AS APPLIED TO ANALOGUE
PROBLEM'S IN ACCEPUNCE TESTING OF DIGITAL
A PERMANENT HIGH SPEED STORE FOR USE WITH DIGITAL
ON THE DEMONSTRATHlN ·DF HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL
ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF LARGE SCALE
SYST.fMATICS .0f'AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC
INTERPOLATION TRENDS FOR LARGE SCALE DIGITAL
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A
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COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
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COMPUTER-BASED TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM
COMPUTER-CONTROLLED ASW TRAINING FACILITY
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COMPUTER-DRAWN FLOWCHARTS
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COMPUTER-LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR
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COMPUTER-ORIENTED LANGUAGE
COMPUTER-ORIENTED PEACE-RESEARCH
COMPUTER-PLANNED COLLATES
COMPUTER-PROGRAMMED PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR INTERN
COMPUTER-RELATED SCIENCES ISYNNOETICSI AT A UNIVERSIT
COMPUTER-STORED THESAURUS AND ITS USE IN CONCEPT
COMPUTER-TO-CoMPUTER COMMUNICATION AT 2.5 MEGABITS
COMPUTER, A CASE STUDY
COMPUTER, A DIGITAL COMPUTER FOR A MISSILE CHECKOUT
COMPUTER, A 141 CRo-PROGRAMMEo COM.PUTER WITH A PHOTOTRA
COMPUTER, A NEW APPLICATION OF REAL-TIME DATA PROCESS
COMPUTER, A PRELIMINARY REPORT
COMPUTER, A RELIABILITY REPORT
COMPUTER, A SURVEY
COMPUTER, A TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
COMPUTER, AND FUTURE PLANS
COMPUTER, CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS
COMPUTER. ILlIAC I II
COMPUTER, INCLUDING AN AUTOMATIC USE OF A BACKING STo
COMPUTER, MODEL VI
COMPUTER, THE CASE FOR A SMALL MACHINE
COMPUTER, THE CRC 102-0
OPERATING CHARACTER IS
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COMPUTER'S DREAMS OF THE FUTURE
COMPUTERDOM
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TC.l4612 129
CACM590
3
EJCC60 283
WJCC58
74
PGEC622 200
ROME62 709
CPFS61
71
IEES56 390
IFIP62 684
TCJ4612 177
.IACM594 469
AUS 60 C6.2
CACM585 12
CACM588
6
ECIP55 148
PGEC602 208
CAS 58
78
TCJ5621 51
PGEC636 663
IFIP62 651
PACM59
81
EJCC58 157
AOC 53 273
S.lCC63 323
SJCC63 299
SJCC63 305
PLCI61 217
I BMJ631
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PLCI61
191
WJCC61
587
AUS 63 A.19
TC87644 127
NCR 624 73
EJCC60 255
PLCI61 205
tACM639 555
JACM612 201
WJCC58
42
W.lCC58 230
EJCC57 U9
IBS.l633 240
SJCC6l
39
rC.l4624 305
FJCC63 631
CACM635 225
PNCS54
62
BIT 614 227
FJCC63 389
IflP62 347
PGEC636 687
WJCC59 217
IFIP62 684
IflP62 231
WOC062
66
EJCC58
20
FJCC63 365
CAN 62
21
TCJ3603 124
NEWC57
57
PGEC636 791
CACM610 435
HARV49
20
AUS 60 81.4
EJCC54
40
TCJ1581 25
TCJ1582 78
PECS52
12
TC86621 27
PACM62 100
MSEE461
1
CAMB49
17
ONR 51
31
ONR 51
37
PECS52
1
PACM52P 3l
PACM52P 99
PACM52P 135
PACM52P 159
PACM5lT 90
E JCC53 105
FTT 53
32
FTT 53
199
WJCC53
5
WJCC53 196
P IRE530 1250
PIRE530 1388
P IRE530 1450
PIRE530 1483
PGEC532
1
CTPC54
29
EJCC54
11
PWCS54
32
JACM541 21
JACM542 82
PGEC543
2
JACM544 177
CAS 55
68
ECIP55
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ECIP55
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ECIP55
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TITLE WORD INDEX

FINANCIAL AND RESOURCE ANALYSIS ON HIGH SPEED
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING OF OIGITAL
IDEAL TRANSFORMERS IN SYNTHESIS OF ANALOG
A NEW APPROACH TO GROUNDING IN DC ANALOG
PATTERN RECOG~ITION AND MODERN
TRANSISTOR CIRCUITRY FOR DIGITAL
PGEC STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND EDUCATION IN
FAST CARRY LOGIC FOR DIGITAL
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MEDIUM SCALE
ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL
TRANSFORMER DES IGN. WITH DIGITAL
BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL
LINEAR PROGRAMMING OF HIGH-SPEED
AN INTRODUCTION TO
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES WITH SMALLER
ON THE DESIGN OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS FOR
AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF elECTRONIC ANALOG
OPERATION OF THE SAGE DUPLEX
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN REMOTELY LOCATED OIGITAL
COMMUNICATION SWITCHING SYSTEMS AS REAL-TIME
AN INTRODUCTION TO
UNORTHODOX USES OF DIGITAL
DIGITAL PROGRAMMING AND READOUT FOR ANALOG
FRACTIONATION DESIGN ON MEDIUM SIZE ELECTRONIC
SOME NEW COMPONENTS FOR ANALOGUE
FLEXI8ILITY IN ANALOGUE
SOME APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
SOME INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OF ELECTRONIC DIGITAL
TWO PROGRAM~ING TECHNIQUES FOR ONE-PLUS-ONE ADDRESS
A VARIA8LE FUNCTION DELAY FOR ANALOG
HUMAN BEINGS AS COMPUTERS. BIOLOGICAL
THE COMPLEXITY OF BIOLOGICAL
CORRECTION TO AN ERROR ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC ANALOG
SYSTEMATIC TRACING OF DISCREPANCIES IN ANALDG
SHORTHAND FOR
AN INTRODUCTION TO
PROGRESS IN THE USE OF
GENERATION OF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIONS IN DIGITAL
TRANSISTORIZED MODULAR POWER SUPPLIES FOR DIGITAL
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN
LOGICALLY MICRO-PROGRAMMED
COMBAT
DYNAMIC FLIP-FLOPS AND THEIR USE IN PARALLEL ACTION
SOLID-STATE MICROWAVE HIGH SPEED
INPUT-OUTPUT EQUIPMENT FOR DIGITAL
SIMPLE TURING TYPE
TIME SHARING IN LARGE, FAST
SYMPATHETICALLY PROGRAMMED
METHODS OF SPEEDING-UP THE OPERATION OF DIGITAL
ELIMINATION OF CARRY PROPAGATION IN DIGITAL
SYMPOSIUM ON THE LOGICAL ORGANIZATION OF VERY SMALL
MICROWAVE SOLID-STATE TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH SPEED
ERROR STABILITY IN FINnE MANTI SSA FLOAT HIG POINT
DATA PROCESSING COMPILERS FOR SMALL CARD READING
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING FOR REAL-TIME
RUSSIAN VISIT TO U.S.
A PERTURBATION TECHNIQUE FOR ANALOG
GENERATION CF SPHERICAL BESSEL FUNCTIONS IN OIGITAL
HISTORY AND INTRODUCTION. MICROWAVE TECHNIQUES FOR
SEMICONDUCTOR PARAMETRIC DIODES IN MICROWAVE
DEVELOPMENT OF JAPANESE DIGITAL
RUSSIAN VISIT TO U.S.
EVAPORATED FILMS AND DIGITAL
CENTRAL EUROPEAN
INTRODUCTION TO
OPERATIDN AND APPLICATIONS OF ANALOGUE
NUMBER REPRESENTATION IN DIGITAL
MICR. A NEW INPUT MEDIUM FOR
PRCGRA~MING GAMES AND CRYPTANALYSIS ON DIGITAL
PERMANENT STORAGE IN SMALL
ERRORS IN ANALOG
DATA SORTING WITH DIGITAL
A HIGH-SPEED MULTIPLICATION PROCESS FOR DIGITAL
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC DIGITAL
THE FUTURE OF AUTOMATIC DIGITAL
MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS AIDED BY DIGITAL
DIGITAL
ANALOG
WHAT WE SHOULD LEARN FROM
WHY
MANAGEMENT GAMES AND
THE INTERNATIONAL IMPACT OF
HIGH-SPEED ARITHMETIC IN BINARY
THE ACCURACY OF FLOATING POINT
AN INPUT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC
BUSINESS LANGUAGES AND ELECTRONIC
SORTING ON
PHILOSOPHY OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE ON ELECTRONIC
TRANSISTORIZED ELECTRONIC ANALOG
SPECIAL-PURPOSE
GENERAL-PURPOSE
APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL
MEMeRY SYSTEMS FOR PARAMETRON
EXTENCING MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY BY ElECTRONIC
PANEL ON ULTRA-HIGH-SPEED
PARALLEL ORGANIZED OPTICAL
FEASIBILITY OF NEURISTOR LASER
PHASE PLANE STUDIES BY USE OF DIGITAL
ITERATIVE CIRCUIT
FIXED-WORD-LENGTH ARRAYS IN VARIABLE-WORD-LENGTH
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COMPUTER LITERATURE BIBLIOGRAPHY 1946-1963

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LSU 55
29
LSU 55 113
WJCC55
16
WJCC55
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WJCC55
91
PGEC551 11
PGEC552 49
PGEC554 133
CAS 56
6
I EES56
10
I EES56
54
B4
I EES56
LSU 56 115
LSU 56 239
ONR 56
35
PACM56
9
PGEC564 201
EJCC51: 160
EJCC51 194
EJCC51 191
LSU 51
1
LSU 51
18
LSU 51
54
LSU 51 125
AUS 512 206
AUS 512 210
TCB1512 24
AUS 573 305
JACM513 214
PGEC573 181
PGEC573 190
PGEC573 192
PGEC573 202
NCR 514 115
CAN 58 336
LSU 58
14
LSU 58
22
PACM58
51
WJCC58 203
WJCC58 216
PGEC582 103
NCR 584 292
CENG59
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EJCC59
38
HACC59
20
HACC59
31
ICIP59 336
ICIP59 344
ICIP59 382
(CIP59 389
ICIP59 421
ICIP59 466
PACM59
52
PACM59
63
PACM59
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CACM59N
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PGEC592 21B
JACM593 366
PGEC593 263
PGEC593 281
TCJ2593 122
PGEC594 489
WCR 594 32
CACM599 14
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