Washington DC 1960, Govt Printing Office; 183 pages, stapled wraps; 2 foldouts of Russian text trans.
Condition: Very Good overall, stapled binding tight, some thumbwear & soiling; old dampstain at lower corner, light wrinkling to corners of first 50 pages or so, slight discoloration. Pages clean and unmarked.
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Item DescriptionAdkinson, Dr. Burton, NSF; Baird, Walter; Borel, Paul; Cannon, Dr. Edward, National Bureau of Standards; Dostert, Prof. LE, machine translation research, Georgetown University; Ely, Brig. Gen. William, director of army research; Graul, Brig. Gen. Donald; King, Dr. Gilbert, director of experimental systems research IBM, accompanied by Richard Moss, LR Micklesen, Stephen Beach and David Loeb; Oettinger, Dr. Anthony, asst. prof. of applied mathematics and linguistics, Harvard University; Waterman, Dr. Alan, National Science Foundation; Yngve, Dr. Victor, MIT; Appendix.
Research on Mechanical Translation -- Hearings before the Special Investigating Subcommittee of the Committee on Science & Astronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, May 11, 12, 13 and 16, 1960 [No. 9]. Appendix includes Navy Research on Machine Translation. 2 foldouts with Russian text translated by human translator and by machine, into English.