ACM Computing Surveys volume 4, nos. 1 - 4, 1972 complete year, four individual issues -- vol 4 no 1 March 1972, vol 4 no 2 June 1972; vol 4 no 3 September 1972, vol 4 no 4 December 1972.
ACM 1972, pp 1 - 259 inclusive; double column text, illustrations, references.
Condition: Very good overall, four individual issues; green/blue and white cardstock covers, mailing labels on rear covers; some slight edgewear, spines a bit darkened but all secure, sound and tight; pages clean.
Keywords: rotating drum, linkers loaders, IBM sys/360, ACM communications, automata, vintage computer magazines
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Computer Science, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, ACM Association for Computing Machinery
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Item DescriptionIncludes -- A Note on Paging Drum Efficiency (Peter J Denning) -this is an addendum to his article on Virtual Memory, and addresses drum efficiency, rotating storage devices; The Vienna Definition Language (Peter Wegner);
A Survey of Statistical Packages (Schucany, Shannon, and Minton); What Machines Can and Can't Do (Nievergelt and Farrar); An Assessment of Techniques for Proving Program Correctness (Eslpas, Levitt, Waldinger and Waksman);
Linkers and Loaders (Presser and White) -- concerns the IBM System 360; Incomputability (Hoare and Allison); Some Deadlock Properties of Computer Systems (Holt);
Data Communication Control Procedures (Stutzman); A Programmer's View of Automata (Barnes); Staffing the MIS Function (Willoughby).