MTAC, National Research Council, 1956; 282 pages in 4 complete issues, all original green covers bound in; references.
Condition: Very Good overall, hardcover, black with black cloth backstrip; original green covers bound-in; all four volumes complete, pages clean and unmarked; techical library pocket and rubberstamp inside front cover.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Computer Science, General Histories and References, Hardware, Mathematics, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous
Item DescriptionJanuary 1956 -- Some Monte Carlo Experiments in Computing Multiple Integrals (Davis and Rabinowitz); Generating and Testing Pseudo Random Numbers on the IBM Type 701 (Johnson); Selected References on use of High-speed Computers for scientific computation (Forsythe); Flip-flop as Generator of Random Binary Digits (Pawlak); Reviews of books, table errata and more
April 1956 -- Electronic Computer for the Indian Statistical Institute; Reviews of descriptions of tables and books; On a Device for computing the em(Sn) Transformation (Wynn); more
July 1956 -- in memoriam, Alan Mathison Turing 1912-1954; Technical Notes and short papers; Numerical Quadrature of Fourier Transform Integrals (Hurwitz and Zweifel); more
October 1956 -- A method for solving algebraic equations using an automatic computer (Muller); On the location of Gauss Sums (Lehmer); reviews and descriptions; more.