Journal devoted to the Theoretical and Experimental Aspects of Information Transmission, Processing and Utilization; IRE 1059, 93 pages in 2 issues, double-column text, diagrams, photographs, references.
Condition: Very Good overall, 2 journal issues, stapled bindings, light and dark green heavy paper covers, some fading and edgewear; bindings are sound and staples secure, pages unmarked.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Computer Science, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Hardware, Magazines, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, IEEE and IRE, Word Processing, Data Processing
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Item DescriptionMarch 1959 issue includes, editorial and frontis. by Joseph L Doob; Correlation and Delay Line Attenuation (Melvin Jacobson); On the First Probability of Detection by a Radar Receiver System (Stone, Brock and Hammerle); Full Decodable Code-Word Sets (Schuzenberger and Marcus); On the Property of Wiener Filters (Zakai); Machine Recognition of Hand-Sent Morse Code (Gold); The Morse Distribution (Freimer, Gold and Tritter); Correspondence including Lossless Symbol Coding with Nonprimes by John Cocke and more
June 1959 issue includes The Search for Truth by Robert Price; Minimum-Scan Pattern Recognition by Arthur Gill; On the Mean-square Noise Power of an Optimum Linear Digital Filter for Correlated Noise Input (Blum); Single Error-correcting Codes for Asymmetric Binary Channels (Kim an dFreiman); A Theorem on Cross Correlation between Noisy Channels (Keilson, Mermin and Bello); and MORE mb4.