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Computers, Information Theory, Automatic Control -- IRE Convention Record 1956 part 4. IRE Convention Record 1956 part 4.

Computers, Information Theory, Automatic Control -- IRE Convention Record 1956 part 4.

IRE, Institute of Radio Engineers, NY March 19-22 1956; 175 pages, double-column text, photographs, diagrams, illlus., Abstracts to some papers.
Condition: Good to very good overall, yellow and black heavy paper covers, some spine wear and edgewear, binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked (prev. owner's name stamp on cover, some scuffs and old grime on cover edge).
Price: $20.00
Item no. R396
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Sessions on Information Theory, Automatic Control, Electronic Computers incl. Symposium on the Impact of Computers on Science and Society. Some papers include -- Information Theory and Quality Control (Rothstein); Coherent Detection of Sinusoidal Signals in Gaussian Noise (Miller and Bernstein); Piecewise Quadratic Detector (Deutsch);

Feedback-control of a length-modulated Pulse generator (Shea andOrdung); A Non-linear Noise Suppression Network (Robert L. Gordon); Measurement and Stabilization of Nonlinear Feedback Systems (Casserly and Truxal); more

A Multiple Input Analog multiplier (Abstract)(Porter and Roinson); Logic Design of the RCA BIZMAC Computer (Beard, Bensky, Nettleton and Poorte); Input and OUtput Devices of the RCA BIZMAC System (Brustman, Chien and Flechtner); Burroughs G-101 High Speed Printer (DiGiulio)

A Magnetic Drum Sorting System (Cox and Goldberg); The UNIVAC Magnetic Computer -- parts I, II, III (Abstracts); Limits on Nerve Impulse Transmission (Wall, Lettvin, Pitts and McCulloch); A Bit-squeezing Technique applied to Speech signals (David and McDonald); and MORE.