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Proceedings of the Western Joint Computer Conference, 1955. IEEE IRE, ACM.

Proceedings of the Western Joint Computer Conference, 1955.

IRE, AIEE, ACM, 1955; 132 pages, double-column text, references, some photographs, illus.
Condition: 8.5x11 original printed glossy white and green stiff paper covers, stapled wraps; spine abrasion lower spine end, with bump and thumbsized creases to that corner with peeling to the paper spine and thumbsized dent. Rear lower corner crease. Binding tight, pages clean and unmarked.
Price: $150.00
Item no. M720
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Papers include, Simulation by Modeling (Irvine and Davis); A new Approach to Grounding in DC Analog Computers (Edwards); The Need for Integration of Accounting Systems and the Design of Electronic Data-Processing Systems (Kircher); Aircraft Performance Studied on an Electronic Analog Computer (Wadel and Wan); Coding a General-Purpose Digital Computer to Operate as a Differential Analyzer (Selfridge);

Generalization of Pattern Recognition in a Self-Organizing System (Clark and Farley); Pattern Recognition and modern Computers (Selfridge); The Chess Machine -- an example of dealing with a complex task by adaptation (A. Newell); Session on learning machines;

The Electrographic Recording techniques (Epstein); A set of Transistor circuits for asynchronous, direct-coupled computers (Kudlich); more

Conference held March 1-3, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, and sponsored jointly by the Institute of Radio Engineers; The American Institute of Electrical Engineers; and the Association for Computing Machinery. Origins of Cyberspaceno. 814.