Assoc. for Computing Machinery, 1960.
Condition: Good overall, white stapled paper bindings with black and blue titles on cover, usually with photo illus. Some shelfwear, some wear to spines, all stapled bindings are secure, pages clean but musty from long storage, slight corner curls on some issues.
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Item Description9 individual issues; -- January 1960 -- Bagley, Two Think Pieces; Speckhard, A SAP-like Assembly Program for the BM 650; Frank and Lazarus, A High-speed Sorting Process; ONR Digital Computer Newsletter; February 1960, Introducing Computing Reviews; June 1960 -- Andrew Booth, The Future of Automatic Digital Computers; Berezin, the Department of Computer Mathematics at Moscow State University; also includes sections on Techniques; Algorithms; Scientific and Business Applications; Unusual Applications; new products, news and opinions, and Computing Reviews;
July 1960 program issue for the 1960 ACM Conference; August 1960 -- NELIAC - a dialect of ALGOL, by Harry Huskey, Halstead and McArthur; Digital Computers in universities; September 1960; October 1960 -- photograph on cover of John Mauchly and others with the computer used to forecast election results One of the interesting features of the Presidential election will be the continuous forecasts of the outcome...; also A list of Computer Systems programs for the IBM650, Datatron 205 and UNIVAC SS-80;
November 1960 -- Eastern Joint Computer Conference program; Research summaries; Algorithms; Techniques including Character Scanning on the IBM 7070; an Estimation of the relative efficiency of two internal sorting methods (Nagler); and more; December 1960 -- wheeling, Optimizers their structure; Survey of Punched Card Codes; Programmed error correction in Project Mercury (Dimsdale and Weinberg); and more.