The National Research Council, Wash., D.C. 1951, 271 pages inclusive, references, some illustrations.
Condition: Very Good overall, original light-green paper wraps, stapled bindings, toning to spines, prev. owner's name rubberstamped on 3 of the covers, some corner bends and bumps. Bindings are secure and tight, pages clean, unmarked.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Highspots in the History of Computing, Mathematics, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous
Item DescriptionQuarterly journal, includes articles on,
A Guide to Tables on Punched Cards (BLanch and Yowell); Monte Carlo Matrix Calculation with Punched Card Machines (Opletr); Computing Logical Truth with the California Digital Computer (Abbott); much more
Also includes sections with news on, Automatic Computing Machinery, technical developments, bibliography and reviews of books and papers. Whole section of Automatic Computing Machinery technical developments in the April issue, devoted to the California Digital Computer; also, The BARK, a Swedish General Purpose Relay Computer; Notes on Numerical Analysis; much more on early computing and the machines being built or tested. Several pages of news on the SEAC, observations on computations of large primes, news of note from Eckert-Mauchly Divsion of Remington rand and UNIVAC; much more.