Academic Press, NY and London, 1970, 313 pages, index, tables, some photographs, references.
Condition: Very Good maroon hardcover with titles in gilt on spine; in Very Good black and orange dustjacket. Previous owner's name rubberstamp on endpages. Jacket with rubbing and edgewear. The binding is secure and sound, pages clean and unmarked.
Item DescriptionContents include, Humanism, Technology and Language (Charles DeCarlo); Three Computer Cultures -- computer technology, computer mathematics, and computer science (Peter Wegner);
Mathematics in 1984 (the future from 1970 perspective) - the impact of computers (Bryan Thwaites); Computing from the Communication Point of View ( E E David, jr); Computer-Man Communication -- using Computer Graphics in the instructional process (Frederick P. Brooks, jr);
Computers and PUblishing - writing, editing and printing (van Dam and Rice); A Unified Approach to Pattern Analysis (Grenander); Use of computers in Biomedical Pattern Recognition (Robert Ledley); Numerical methods of Stress Analysis (Prager); Spline Approximation and computer-aided design (Ahlberg); Logic per Track Devices (Slotnick); and more.