The Logic of Automata, parts I and II, plus more, in, Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery, 4 individual issues, complete year 1957.
JACM 1957, January, April, July, October, 558 pages, includes the Digital Computer Newsletter printed at rear of issues.
Condition: Very Good overall, all four issues original tan paper wraps, hard bump to upper lefthand corner of January issue, small bump to lower spine end of April issue, prev. owner's name on January and July issues. Bindings are secure and tight, pages are clean and unmarked.
Keywords: Variant to Turing's Theory of Computing Machines, Burks Wang Logic of Automata, computers in the 1950s, computer chess
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Highspots in the History of Computing, Human-Computer Interaction, Magazines, Programming and Programming Languages, Assembly and Machine Language, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, ACM Association for Computing Machinery
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Item DescriptionContains the two-part article by Burks and Wang, The Logic of Automata parts I and II, April and July, volume 4 numbers 2 and 3, pp 193-218, 279-297
Also includes, Burroughts Truth Function Evaluator (William Miehle); Experiments in Chess (J Kister, P Stein, S Ulam, W Walden, M Wells); Information Searching with the 701 Calculator (RH Bracken and HE Tillitt); An Automatic Programming Routine for the Elliott 401 (F Yates and S Lipton); A Variant to Turing's Theory of Computing Machines (Hao Wang); Programmed Multiplication of the IBM 407 (Roger L Boyell); much more
Each issue includes book reviews, News and Notices, and the Digital Computer Newsletter, Office of Naval Research, which covers developments in the computing field including components, computing centers, data processing, and computer research internationally. Notes on UNIVAC Users conference, magnetic cores, computer installations and much more.