Item #M471 1966 Fall Joint Computer Conference, AFIPS Conference Proceedings Volume 29. AFIPS.

1966 Fall Joint Computer Conference, AFIPS Conference Proceedings Volume 29.

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

Price: $65.00

Item Description

A 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).