The Institute of Applied Logic, St Paul MN 1952; pp 1 - 55 inclusive; published quarterly; diagrams.
Condition: Very Good, yellow textured cardstock covers, stapled softcover binding; 8x10, some fading at spine margins and remains of old label at top of front cover; staples clean & tight to binding, pages clean, unmarked, though toned a bit with age.
Categories: Highspots in the History of Computing
Item DescriptionContents include --
The Foundations of Computing Machinery (John D Goodell); The Realization of a Universal Decision Element (Tenny Lode); Axiomatization of a Partial System of Three-Value Calculus of Propositions (Boleslaw Sobocinski)
Includes original blank subscription card dated 1952-1953, as well as envelope, laid in.
' The journal is intended to link a wide variety of people in the field of computing machinery and in the field of theoretical logic...' (from the description of the Institute of Applied Logic and the Journal of Computing Systems, inside front cover of this issue).
'The term 'Computing Systems' is used in the title of this Journal in its broadest sense. It is intended to include logical and mathematical systems as well as structures for machines designed to solve problems that involve computing...' References at ends of papers.