American Federation of Information Processing societies, Spartan Books, washington d.c., 1966; 819 pages, references, double-column text, diagrams and photographs.
Condition: Very Good, dark blue cloth hardcover with titles in silver on spine and front cover; no dustjacket; light shelfwear, prev. owner's name on endpage. Binding is tight and secure, pages are clean and unmarked. Large thick heavy hardcover, oversized 9.5x11.
Keywords: fall joint computer conference 1966, AFIPS conference proceedings, 1960s computers, computers in the 1960s, Mass Storage System, Data Analysis and Statistics, an Expository Overview, APL language, LISP 2 Programming Languag, HYTRAN Simulation Languag
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Item DescriptionA Conversational System for Incremental Compilation and Execution in a Time-Sharing Environment (Ryan, Crandall, Medwedeff); Performance of a Monitor for a Real-Time Control System (Hoover, Eckhart); On-Line Debugging Techniques, a Survey (Evans, Darley)
The SDS SIGMA 7, a Real-Time, Time-Sharing Computer (Mendelson, England); Technological Foundations and Future Directions of Large-Scale Integrated Electronics (Petritz); Effects of Large Arrays on Machine Organization and Hardware/software Tradeoffs (Hobbs); A Prospectus on Integrated Electronics and Computer Architecture (Flynn)
The System/semiconductor Interface With Complex Integrated Circuits (Sander); A Look at Future Costs of Large Integrated Arrays (Noyce); A Multiprogrammed Teleprocessing System for Computer Typesetting (Nebel)
Integrated Automation in Newspaper and Book Production (Perry, Jr.); A Special Purpose Computer for High-Speed Page Composition (Makris); Computerized Typesetting of Complex Scientific Material (Kuney, Lazorchak, Walcavich, Sherman); A Computer-Assisted Page Composing System (Kunkel)
A General Method for Producing Random Variables in a Computer (Marsaglia); A Unified Approach to Deterministic and Random Errors in Hybrid Loops (Vidal); Hybrid Computer Solutions of Partial Differential Equations By Monte Carlo Methods (Little)
Parameter Optimization by Random Search Using Hybrid Computer Techniques (Bekey, Cran, Sabineff, Wong); A Parametric Graphical Display Technique for on-Line Use (Dertouzos, Graham); A System for Time-Sharing Graphic Consoles (Kennedy)
The Lincoln Wand (Roberts); Using a Graphic Data-Processing System to Design Artwork for Manufacturing Hybrid Integrated Circuits (Koford, Strickland, Sparzynski, Hubacher); Automated Logic Design Techniques Appiicabie to Integrated Circuit Technology (Waxman, McMahon, Crawford, DeAndrade)
Cost Performance Analysis of Integrated-Circuit Core Memories (Moore); A 200-Nanosecond Thin Film Main Memory System (Meddaugh, Pearson); A Rotationally Switched Rod Memory With a 100-Nanosecond Cycle Time (Kaufman, Ellinger, Kuno); A 500-Nanosecond Main Computer Memory Utilizing Plated-Wire Elements (McCallister, Chong)
A High-Speed Integrated Circuit Scratchpad Memory (Catt, Garth, Murray); Sonic Film Memory (Weinstein, Onyshkevych, Karstad, Shahbender); English for the Computer (Thompson); An Approach Toward Answering English Questions from Text (Simmons, Burger, Long); Deacon, Direct English Access and Control (Craig, Berezner, Carney, Longyear)
Computer Assisted Interrogation (Meadow, Waugh); Some Problems in Data Communications Between the User and the Computer (Hittel); Communications Needs of the User for Management Information Systems (Dantine); Elementary Telephone Switching Theory Applied to the Design of Message Switching Systems (Stambler)
A Proposed Communications Network to Tie Together Existing Computers (Marill, Roberts); The Lincoln Reckoner, an Operation-Oriented, on-Line Facility With Distributed Control (Stowe, Wiesen, Yntema, Forgie); Telsim, a User-Oriented Language for Simulating Continuous Systems at a Remote Terminal (Busch)
Man-Machine Communication in on-Line Mathematical Analysis (Kaplow, Brackett, Strong); The Check Payment and Reconciliation Program of the U.S. Treasury (Stickney); Problems of Information Systems in State Governments (Price); Impact of Computers on Local and Regional Government (Isaacs)
An Information System for Law Enforcement (McCabe, Farr); The Transfer of Space and Computer Technology to Urban Security (Hoffman); Recent Progress on a High-Resolution, Meshless, Direct-View Storage Tube (Lehrer, Ketchpel); The Plasma Display Panel -- A Digitally Addressable Display With Inherent Memory (Bitzer, Slottow)
The Use of Semi-Recursive Polynomials in the Design of Numerical Filters (Stallings); Fast Fourier Transforms-for Fun and Profit (Gentlemen, Sande); A System for Automatic Value Exchange (Blumenthal, Hakola); Real-Time Recognition of Handprinted Text (Aroner)
Basic HYTRAN Simulation Language -- BHSL (Strauss); A Processor-Building System for Experimental Programming Language (Pratt); The Introduction of Definitional Facilities Into Higher Level Programming Languages (Cheatham, Jr.); Foundations of the Case for Natural-Language Programming (Halpern)
Explicit Parallel Processing Description and Control in Programs for Multi- and Uni-Processor Computers (Gosden); The LISP 2 Programming Language and System (Abrahams); APL -- A Language for Associative Data Handling in PL/I (Dodd); Automatic Off-Line Multivariate Data Analysis (Sebestyen)
Data Analysis and Statistics, an Expository Overview (J Tukey, M Wilk); UNICON Computer Mass Memory System (Becker); An Electron Optical Technique for Large-Capacity Random-Access Memories (Newberry); A System of Recording Digital Data on Photographic Film Using Superimposed Grating Patterns (Lamberts, Higgins)
A Photo-Digital Mass Storage System (Kuehler, Kerby); Hybrid Computers in the Analysis of Feedback Control Systems (Sanathanan, Carter, Bryant, Amiot); A Hybrid Computer Solution of the Co-Current Flow Heat Exchange Sturm-Liouville Problem (Bryant, Amiot, Stein); A General-Purpose Analog Translational Trajectory Program for Orbiting and Reentry Vehicles (Rubin, Shepps)
Satellite Lifetime Program (Stricker, Miessne); Trajectory Optimization Using Fast-Time Repetitive Computation (Raby, Wingrove).