I.R.E. Vol. 41 No. 10, October 1953.
Condition: very good overall, blue and white original wrappers with illustration on cover in green, white, blue. The Computer Issue, complete issue in original wraps, prev. owner's name on frontcover, some wear at spine ends and rubbing to covers; binding sound, tight, intact; pages clean, unmarked.
Keywords: the computer issue, IRE volume 41 number 10, October, 1953, Claude Shannon, Eckert and Mauchly, 1950s computers, computers in the 1950s, history of computing, john mauchly, pres eckert, grace hopper, eniac, seac and dyseac, IBM 701, IBM Type 701
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Hardware, Highspots in the History of Computing, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, IEEE and IRE
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Item DescriptionVol. 41, no. 10 of the IRE Proceedings, designated the 'Computer issue' (Origins of Cyberspace 675) contains forty-one papers on electronic computers, including those by many of the key figures in machine computation at the time -- Claude E Shannon, John W Mauchly, Pres Eckert, M V Wilkes, Harry Huskey, Grace M Hopper, Werner Buchholz, Arthur W Burks, Robert Elbourn, Jan Rajchman and others.
Shannon. Computers and automata, pp 1234-41; (with Edward F. Moore) Machine aid for switching circuit design, pp 1348-51;
Hopper & Mauchly, Influence of programming techniques on the design of computers, pp 1250-53; Dynamic Circuit Techniques Used in SEAC and DYSEAC (Elbourn & Witt); Can Machines Think (Wilkes); Computing Bit by Bit or Digital Computers Made Easy (Samuel); The Design of the Bendix Digital Differential Analyzer (PalevskyP; Thoery of Logical Nets (Burks & Wright); The Remington Rand Type 409-2 Electronic Computer;
The System Design of the IBM Type 701 Computer; Engineering Description of the IBM Type 701 Computer; The Arithmetic Element of the IBM Type 701 Computer; The SWAC - design features and operating experience; SEAC; Electronic Circuits of the NAREC Computer; A Myriabit Magnetic Core Matrix Memory; A Survey of Analog-to-Digital Converters; more.