ACM Association for Computing Machinery, the survey and tutorial journal of the ACM; 1970; pp1-260 inclusive, double-column text, photographs, illustrations, references.
Condition: Very Good overall, all four individual issues, light rubbing to covers, turquoise-blue and white covers. Bindings are tight, pages clean and unmarked; mailing labels removed from rear covers.
Keywords: rotating storage devices, computers in the 1970s, 1970s computers, history of programming languages, metalanguages, interpreter-interpreters, proofs about programs, Vienna Definition Language, data processing, library routines, statistical compiler
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Item DescriptionVolume 4 Number 1, March 1972 -- A Note on Paging Drum Efficiency (Peter J Denning); The Vienna Definition Language (VDL) (Peter Wegner);
Volume 4 number 2, June 1972 -- A Survey of Statistical Packages (Schucany; Shannon; Minton); What Machines Can and Cannot Do (Nievergelt and Farrar); An Assessment of Techniques for Proving Program Correctness (Elspas, Levitt, Waldinger, Waksman);
volume 4 number 3, September 1972 -- Linkers and Loaders (Presser and White); Incomputability (Hoare and Allison); Some Deadlock Properties of COmputer Systems (Holt)
Volume 4 number 4, December 1972 -- Data Communication Control Procedures (Stutzman); A Programmer's View of Automata (Barnes); Staffing the MIS Function (Willoughby).