ACM 1966, pp 1-629 inclusive in four individual volumes.
Condition: Good to very good overall, tan heavy paper covers, rubbing and wear to spine papers, some pages creased and corners folded, hard bump to rear corner of October issue; mailing labels on rear covers. Bindings are sound, pages clean.
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Item DescriptionArticles include, Program and Addressing Structure in a Time-sharing environment (Arde, Galler, o'Brien et al); Realization of Input-output Relations by Sequential Machines (A. Gill); Sequential Processing Machines (SPM) Analysed with a Queuing Theory Model (Leonard Kleinrock); BE VISION - A package of IBM 7090 FORTRAN programs to draw orthographic views of combinations of plan and quadratic surfaces (Weiss);
Unrecognizable Sets of Numbers (Marvin Minsky and Seymour Papert); Preservation of Unambiguity and Inherent Ambiguity in Context-free Languages (Ginsburg and Ullian); Sequential Operations in Digital Picture Processing (Azriel Rosenfeld and John L Pfaltz); and more.