IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, February 1964, Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IRE/IEEE. IEEE/IRE Professional Technical Group on Electronic Computers.
IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, February 1964, Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IRE/IEEE
IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, February 1964, Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IRE/IEEE
IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, February 1964, Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IRE/IEEE

IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, February 1964, Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IRE/IEEE.

Volume EC-13 Number 1 February 1964, IEEE February 1964 published bimonthly; 82 pages, double-column text, diagrams, references.

Condition: Very Good overall, green & white covers, upper corner crease, some rubbing along spine; stapled binding is tight, pages clean, unmarked.

Keywords: IEEE Transactions on Electronic Computers, logic switching theory, circuits analog, solenoid array computer element, vintage IEEE magazines, Logic and Switching Theory, Computer Systems and Circuits, Analog Computers, IRE Transactions on Computers

Price: $15.00

Item Description

Papers contributed in Sections on Logic & Switching Theory; Computer Systems & Circuits; Analog Computers; Correspondence; Includes Reviews of Books & Papers in the Computer Field.

CONTENTS -- A Bound on the Run Measure of Switching Functions (Elspas & Short); Majority Gate Networks (Amarel, Cooke & Winder); A Suggestion for a Fast Multiplier (Wallace); 300-Mc Tunnel Diode Logic Circuits (Cooperman);

The Solenoid Array - a new Computer Element (Pick, Gray & Brick); Electron Beam Recording of Digital Information (Thornley, ZBrown & Speth); An Analog Computer Simulation of the Restricted Three-Body Problem by Automatic Scale-Changing Techniques (Sheehan);

Correspondence includes - Some notes on the Walsh Function (Henderson); A Theorem on Linear Automata (Cohn): On Shannon's Almost Uniform Distribution (Fielder); A Division Algorithm for a Digital Differential Analyzer (Lamson); Comments on a method of generating functions of several variables (Nathan); A new Configuration for Faster Cryotron Circuits (Porter); Microsecond Word-Recognition System (Brick & Pick); Abstracts of Current Computer Literature; PTGEC news; notices; more.