IRE Professional Group on Electronic Computers, March 1957, 69 pages, diagrams, double- and triple-column text.
Condition: Good to very good overall, green and white paper covers, stapled binding, some wear to edges, binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
Categories: 1950's computers and computing, Computer Science, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Hardware, Magazines, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, IEEE and IRE
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Item DescriptionMarch 1957 issue includes The Logic of Bidirectional Binary Counters (Golay); The Logical Design of a Simple General Purpose Computer (Frankel); A Transistor-Driven Magnetic-Core Memeory (Younder); Current Steering in Magnetic Circuits (Rajchman and Crane); An ELectronic Analog Multiplier using Carriers (Weibel); Correspondence and Reviews, Reviews of Current Literature (Harry D. Huskey);
Correspondence includes, Picard's Method and Analog Computation; Extending the Operational TIme of Analog Integrators; A note on the Accuracy of Differential Analyzers; more; Reviews -- Ways of Developing Soviet Computer Production; REview of Electronic Computer Progress during 1956; more.