# Computing Books

The following is a list of Computing Books in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 2771 Computing Books in our collection :
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Date: 1992 Get the Most Out Of Your Amiga 1992

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1982 ZX SPECTRUM BASIC Programming

ZX SPECTRUM BASIC Programming
By Steven Vickers

First edition 1982
by Sinclair Research Limited
Cover illustration by John Harris of Young Artists

First Edition

CONTENTS
Chapter1 Introduction
A guide to the ZX Spectrum keyboard and a description of the display.
Chapter 2 Basic programming concepts
Programs, line numbers, editing programs using ,  and EDIT, RUN, LIST, GO TO, CONTINUE, INPUT, NEW, REM, PRINT, STOP in INPUT data, BREAK
Chapter 3 Decisions
IF, STOP, =, <, >, <=, >=, <>
Chapter 4 Looping
FOR, NEXT, TO, STEP. Introducing FOR-NEXT loops
Chapter 5 Subroutines
GO SUB, RETURN
Chapter 7 Expressions
Mathematical expressions using +, -, *, /, scientific notation and variable names.
Chapter 8 Strings
Handling strings and slicing.
Chapter 9 Functions
User-definable functions and others readily available on the ZX Spectrum using DEF, LEN, STR\$, VAL, SGN, ABS, INT, SQR, FN
Chapter 10 Mathematical functions
Including simple trigonometry: , PI, EXP, LN, SIN, COS, TAN, ASN, ACS, ATN
Chapter 11 Random numbers
Using RANDOMIZE and RND.
Chapter 12 Arrays
Strings and numeric arrays - DIM.
Chapter 13 Conditions
Logical expressions: AND, OR, NOT.
Chapter 14 The character set
A look at the ZX character set including graphics and how to construct your own graphic characters: CODE, CHR\$, POKE, PEEK, USR, BIN
Chapter 15 More about PRINT and INPUT
Some more complicated uses of these commands using separators: ,;' , TAB, AT, LINE and CLS.
Chapter 16 Colours
INK, PAPER, FLASH, BRIGHT, INVERSE, OVER, BORDER
Chapter 17 Graphics
PLOT, DRAW, CIRCLE, POINT
Chapter 18 Motion
Animated graphics using PAUSE, INKEY\$ and PEEK.
Chapter 19 BEEP
The sound capabilities of the ZX Spectrum using BEEP.
Chapter 20 Tape Storage
How to store your programs on cassette tape: SAVE, LOAD, VERIFY, MERGE.
Chapter 21 The ZX Printer
LLIST, LPRINT, COPY
Chapter 22 Other equipment
Connecting the ZX Spectrum to other machines and devices.
Chapter 23 IN and OUT
Input/Output ports and their uses: IN, OUT
Chapter 24 The memory
A look at the internal workings of the ZX Spectrum: CLEAR
Chapter 25 The system variables
Chapter 26 Using machine code
Introducing USR with a numeric argument
APPENDIX A The character set
APPENDIX B Reports
APPENDIX C A description of the ZX Spectrum for reference
APPENDIX D Example programs

Author: David Webb
Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1983 Getting Started With The Texas TI-99/4A

Further details of this book are available at http://shawweb.myzen.co.uk/stephen/book.htm

Author: Stephen Shaw
Platform: TI-99/4A

Date: 1982 Sinclair ZX Spectrum Introduction

Sinclair ZX SPECTRUM - Introduction
First Edition 1982

Chapter 1 - The computer and setting it up
Chapter 2 - The keyboard
Chapter 3 - Numbers, letters and the computer as a calculator
Chapter 4 - Some simple commands
Chapter 5 - Simple programming
Chapter 6 - Using the cassette recorder
Chapter 7 - Colours
Chapter 8 - Sound
Chapter 9 - Inside the case

Signed by Ruth Bramley, Company Secretary of Sinclair Research and secretary to Sir Clive Sinclair, who was responsible for editing it.

Author: David Webb
Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1984 Sinclair ZX Spectrum+ User Guide

Sinclair ZX Spectrum+ User Guide
Author Name:    Neil Ardley

Binding:    paperback
Publisher:    Dorling Kindesley/Sinclair Research 1984
ISBN Number:   863180809
Illustrated
82 pages

Author: David Webb
Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1985 Get More From The Epson Printer

Author: Susan Curran
Platform:

Date: 1985 Introducing CP/M On The BBC Micro Z80 Second Processor

Author: Bruce Smith
Platform:

Date: December 1982 MOI Disassembly of the ZX Spectrum ROM

MOI
Spectral ROM Decoded
Disassembly of the ZX Spectrum ROM
First Edition December 1982
Wire bound listing gives a full disassembly of the ZX Spectrum 16K ROM

Author: David Webb
Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1985 Introducing The Merlin Tonto

Platform:

Date: 27th September 1984 Artificial Intelligence on the Sinclair QL: Make Your Micro Think

Platform: QL

Date: 1985 The MSX Red Book

Author: Avalon Software
Platform:

Date: 1981 The ZX80 Pocket Book

Author:     Trevor Toms
Year:     Reprinted 1981
Spiral-bound: 128 pages
Publisher: Phipps Associates (November 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0950730203
ISBN-13: 978-0950730202

Platform: ZX80

Date: 1975 Command Languages

Author: C. Unger
Platform:

Date: 2000 Business at the Speed of Thought: Succeeding in the Digital Economy

by Bill Gates with Collins Hemingway
Paperback: 560 pages
Publisher: Penguin; New Ed edition (25 May 2000)
Language English
ISBN-10: 9780140283129
ISBN-13: 978-0140283129
ASIN: 0140283129

Amazon.co.uk Review
So where do you want to go tomorrow? That's the question Bill Gates tries to answer in Business @ the Speed of Thought. Gates offers a 12-step programme for companies wanting to do business in the next millennium. The book's premise: Thanks to technology, the speed of business is accelerating at an ever-increasing rate and to survive, it must develop an infrastructure--a "digital nervous system"--that allows for the unfettered movement of information inside a company. Gates writes: "The most meaningful way to differentiate your company from your competition ... is to do an outstanding job with information. How you gather, manage and use information will determine whether you win or lose."

The book is peppered with examples of companies that have already successfully engineered information networks to manage inventory, sales, and customer relationships better. The examples run from Coca-Cola's ability to download sales data from vending machines to Microsoft's own internal practices, such as its reliance on e-mail for company-wide communication and the conversion of most paper processes to digital ones (an assertion that seems somewhat at odds with the now-infamous "by hand on sheets of paper" method of tracking profits that was revealed during Microsoft's antitrust trial).

Product Description
Most companies have a sizeable investment in technology but are realising only 20% of its potential benefit. BUSINESS @ THE SPEED OF THOUGHT introduces the concept of the digital nervous system which unites all systems and processes under one common infrastructure, allowing companies to make quantum leaps in efficiency, growth and profit. Using detailed tours of Microsoft and other major corporations, Gates demonstrates how integrated technology can transform any business by energizing its three major elements: customer/partner relationships, employees and process, and offers practical suggestions on how this can be achieved.

Platform: Bill Gates

Date: Unknown Home Computer Benchtests Buyer's Guide

ISBN-13: 9780712605120
ISBN-10: 0712605126
Publication Date: 9/27/1984
Pages: 183
Publisher: Century
Book Type: Paperback

Platform: Benchtest

Date: 1983 PDP-11 Microcomputer Interfaces Handbook

REf: EB-23144-18
Paperback 630 pages

Platform: PDP-11

Date: 1985 Minitab Handbook

`Second EditionBarbara F. Ryan, Brian L. Joiner, Thomas A. Ryan, Jr.Published 1985 by PWS-Kent in Boston . Written in English.Edition NotesBibliography: p. 369-374.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 001.64Library of Congress QA276.4 .R9 1985cNumber of pages 386ID NumbersOpen Library OL20762797MISBN 10 0534915795, 0871504707Library Thing 355015Goodreads 4951993`

Author: Barbara F. Ryan, Brian L. Joiner, Thomas A. Ryan, Jr.
Platform: minitab

Date: 1979 Text Processing Algorithms, Languages, And Applications

Author: Allen B. Tucker, Jr
Platform:

Date: November 1979 Computer Power for Small Business

by Charles J. Sippl, Fred Dahl
Paperback: 306 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (November 1979)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0131653652
ISBN-13: 978-0131653658
Includes many B & W pictures of machines from thje era

Date: 1984 Quantitative System Performance

`, Computer System Analysis Using Queuing Network Models by Edward D. LazowskaPublisher: Prentice Hall 1984hardbackISBN/ASIN: 0137469756ISBN-13: 9780137469758Number of pages: 417`

Description:

This book is written for computer system performance analysts. Its goal is to teach them to apply queueing network models in their work, as tools to assist in answering the questions of cost and performance that arise throughout the life of a computer system. The approach to the subject arises from the authors' collective experience in contributing to the theory of queueing network modelling, in embodying this theory in performance analysis tools, in applying these tools in the field, and in teaching computer system analysis using queueing network models in academic and industrial settings.

Author: Edward D. Lazowska
Platform: quantitative

Date: Unknown Step-by-Step Programming ZX Spectrum

Author:  Ian Graham
Format:  Hardback
64 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Dorling Kindersley

Platform:

Date: 1977 The Architecture of Concurrent Programs

Author: Per Brinch Hansen
Platform:

Date: 10th April 1987 Mastering Business Microcomputing

Macmillan Master Series

D.E. Avison (Author)

Hardcover: 236 pages
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (April 10, 1987)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0333388038
ISBN-13: 978-0333388037

Date: May 1972 OS6 An Operating System for a small Computer

This is a description of a simple operating system, which runs in a virtual machine (implemented on a real machine by an interpreter). OS6 copes with only one user at a time, and is not a multi-programming system: many major problems associated with large operating systems have therefore been avoided or considerably simplified. It nevertheless has several features of interest, including the fact that it is written almost entirely in the high-level language BCPL. The most important single feature, however, is the hierarchical nature of its control structure, which avoids the need for a special job-control language

By Joseph Stoy  & Christophre Strachey May 1972

We are extremely grateful to both Dawn and Kim Wakefield for the kind donation of the collection of their late father Richard Wakefield

Platform: OS6

Date: 1st August 1984 Disc-drive Projects for Micros

`Published 1984 NCC PublicationsFormat Paperback Number of pages 170ID NumbersOpen Library OL11562947MISBN 10 0850124018ISBN 13 9780850124019`

Platform: Disk Drive

Date: Unknown Getting Started on your Spectrum

Author:  Tim Hartnell
Format:  Softback
167 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Futura Publications
ISBN: 0708824420

Platform:

Date: Unknown Introduction to computer science and data processing

Introduction to computer science and data processing
by Richard N. Schmidt, William E. Meyers

Bib ID 517680
Format HardbackBook

Publisher New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1965]
Second printing 1966
Description ix, 380 p. illus. 24 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 369-372.

Author: Richard N. Schmidt, William E. Meyers
Platform:

Date: February 1979 R 6500 Microcomputer System Programming Manual

Author: Rockwell International
Platform:

Date: 1985 Amstrad Games Book CPC464 & CPC664

by Kevin Bergin & Andrew Lacey.
Paperback 210 pages
Published 1985 by Melbourne House
Written in English.
Open Library OL20625791M
ISBN 10     0861611950

Date: 1987 Advanced Techniques in MultiMate

by Chris Gilbert

ISBN 0895884127 / 9780895884121 / 0-89588-412-7
Publisher Sybex 1987
275 pages
Language English
Edition Softcover

Platform: Multimate

Date: 1987 Compute!'s Technical Reference Guide Atari ST Vol.1

```Published 1987 by Compute! Publications in Greensboro, N.C .
Written in English.
330 pages
Edition Notes
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 004.165
Library of Congress QA76.8.A824 L44 1987
ID Numbers
Open Library OL2481475M
ISBN 10 0874550939
LC Control Number 87401655
OCLC/WorldCat 16805278

Platform: Atari ST

Date: Unknown Getting Acquainted with your ZX81

Author:  Tim Hartnell
Format:  Softback Sprial Bound
140 pages
Publish Date  1981
Publisher  Database Consultancy
ISBN 0907563015

Platform:

Date: 1987 Distributed Applications and Online Dialogues

TITLE: Distributed Applications and Online Dialogues
A design method for application systems
by Arne Rasmussen
ISBN: 9144-24691-9
ISBN 13: 978-9144-24691-8
Publisher: Studentlitteratur
Publish Date: October 1987
Binding: Paperback
List Price: USD 27.50
271 Pages

Author: Arne Rasmussen
Platform:

Date: 1981 The Last One

Author: David James
Platform:

Date: 1991 Reconfigurable massively parallel computers

`Hungwen Li, Quentin F. Stout, editor[s].Published 1991 by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J . Written in English.Edition Notes includes bibliographical references.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 004/.35Library of Congress QA76.58 .R43 1991Hardback Number of pages 249ID NumbersOpen Library OL1860860MISBN 10 0137708017LC Control Number 90014255Goodreads 4562423`

Author: Reconfigurable massively parallel computers
Platform: parallel

Date: 1974 Simulation Using GPSS

Simulation Using GPSS
by Thomas J. Schriber
Binding: Hardcover - Large Format
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Date
Published: 1974
ISBN-13: 9780471763109 ISBN: 0471763101
533 Pages illustrated

Author: Thomas J. Schriber
Platform:

Ian R. Sinclair (Author)
Softcover: 112 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0246122358
ISBN-13: 978-0246122353

Platform:

Date: 1979 Z80 Assembly Language Programming

Author: Lance A. Leventhal
Platform:

Date: 1986 C16 / Plus 4 Reference Book

Author:  ANCO
Format:  Softback
211 pages
Publish Date  1986
Publisher  ANCO Software
ISBN 2717001015

Platform: Commodore 16

Date: January 1967 An Introduction to Digital Computers Volume II

An Introduction to Digital Computers Volume II
Control  Data Institute - Control Data Corporation
January 1967
Illustrated paperback

Includes:
Boolean Algebra
Logic Circuitry
Arithmetic section of a computer

Author: Control Data Corporation
Platform:

Date: 1991 Mac World Guide to System 7

Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 1984 The Second Book of Machine Language

The Second Book of Machine Language
Personal Computer Machine Language programming for the Commodore 64, VIC-20, Atari, Apple and PET / CBM Computers.

1984 first edition

Includes Sections with multiple chapters in each, on -- Eval the Main Loop; Equate and Array, data base management; Open1, Findmn, Getsa and Valdec, I/O management and number conversions; Indisk, the main input routine; Math and Printops, range checking and formatted output; Pseudo, I/O and linked files; Tables, data, messages, variables; 6502 Instruction Set; Modifying LADS, adding Error Traps, RAM-based Assembly, and a Disassembler; Appendices; how to use LADS, LADS object code; Machine Language editor for Atari and Commodore; A Library of Subroutines; how to type in Basic Programs; Index

Author: Richard Mansfield
Platform: Machine Language

Date: Unknown Let me tell you about Computers

Author:  David W Thor;ey / Nina Filipek
Format:  Hardback
45 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  World International
ISBN 0723570469

Platform:

Date: April 1967 An Introduction to Digital Computers Volume III

An Introduction to Digital Computers Volume III
Control  Data Institute - Control Data Corporation
April 1967
Illustrated paperback

Includes:
Digital Computer from concept to customer
Variation in Random Access Storage devices
Number Systems

Author: Control Data Corporation
Platform:

Date: 1978 TRS-80 Micro Computer Technical Reference Handbook

Platform:

Date: 1980 The Essential Computer Dictionary and Speller

The Essential Computer Dictionary and Speller for Secretaries, Managers, and Office Personnel
(ISBN: 0132843560 / 0-13-284356-0 )
Charles J. Sippl, JoAnne Coffman Mayer.
Prentice-Hall, c1980.
Description:  v, 258 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Platform: dictionary

Date: 1991 The Macintosh Bible 'What Do I Do Now Book'?

Platform: Apple Mac

Date: May 1991 The Oberon System: User Guide and Programmer's Manual

`(Acm Press) [Paperback]Martin Reiser (Author)Paperback: 300 pagesPublisher: Addison-Wesley; 1st edition (May 1991)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0201544229ISBN-13: 978-0201544220Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.8 x 0.8 inches`

Author: Martin Reiser
Platform: Oberon

Date: September 1980 TRS-80 Price List September 1980

Platform:

Date: 1991 Dvorak's Inside Track to the Mac

Author: John C. Dvorak
Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 1993 Mac World Complete Mac Handbook Plus CD 2nd Edition

Author: Jim Heid
Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 1993 Mac World Macintosh Secrets

Author: David Pogue
Platform: Apple Mac

Date: September 1967 Computers On Campus

Computers On Campus
a report to the President on their use and management
by John Caffrey
Published in September 1967, American Council on Education (Washington)
Contributions: Mosmann, Charles John, 1929- joint author., American Council on Education.
By statement: [by] John Caffrey [and] Charles J. Mosmann. With illus. by Robert Osborn.
Language: English
Pagination: xi, 207 p.
LCCN: 67021045
Dewey: 378.1
LC: LB2341 .C13
Subject: Universities and colleges — Data processing.

Author: John Caffrey
Platform:

Date: June 1990 Elements of C++ Macintosh Programming

Elements of C++ Macintosh Programming
(Macintosh Inside Out)
Paperback)
Dan Weston (Author)

Paperback: 509 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201550253
ISBN-13: 978-0201550252
Product Dimensions: 9 x 7.3 x 1.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds

Platform: C++

Date: 1978 Introduction To Microprocessors

Introduction To Microprocessors
Lance A. Leventhal
Prentice Hall, 1978,
Paperback. 624pp. Index.
Introduction to Microfprocessors Software, Hardware & Programming. 624pp. Index. Size: Oversized Paperback ISBN: 0134878760

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: microprocessor

Date: 1991 Mac World Complete Mac Handbook

Author: Jim Heid
Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 1975 Distribution Sampling for Computer Simulation

Distribution Sampling for Computer Simulation
Lewis, T. G.
ISBN 10: 0669971391 / 0-669-97139-1
ISBN 13: 9780669971392
Publication Date: 1975
Binding: Hardcover
Physical Description: xvi, 150 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Author: T G Lewis
Platform:

Date: 1984 The Working Commodore 16

Essential Routines and Applications

Publisher: Sunshine
ISBN 0-946408-62-9
Pages 214
Published 1984

Author: David lawrence
Platform: Commodore 16

Date: Unknown Spectrum Graphics Compendium

Author:  David Durang
Format:  Softback
122 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Pitman Publishing
ISBN 0273021702

Platform:

Date: Unknown Spectrum Spectacular - 50 programs for the Sinclair Spectrum

Author:  Roger Valentine
Format:  Softback
138 pages
Publish Date  1982
Publisher  V&H
ISBN 0946008035

Platform:

Date: 1984 QL Handbook

Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform:

Date: September 1985 Excel: Business Solutions for the Macintosh

Micro Computer Books
Richard Loggins (Author)

Paperback: 252 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 020116678X
ISBN-13: 978-0201166781

Platform: Apple Mac

Date: Unknown More Games for your ZX81

Author:  Clive Gifford / Scott Vincent
Format:  Softback
120 pages
Publish Date
Publisher  Virgin
ISBN 0907080987

Platform:

Date: December 1981 Software Secrets: Input, Output and Data Storage Techniques

Software Secrets: Input, Output and Data Storage Techniques
by Graham Beech

Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Sigma Technical P. (Dec 1981)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0905104153
ISBN-13: 978-0905104157

Author: Graham Beech
Platform:

Date: 1980 BASIC programming : self-taught

BASIC programming : self-taught / Seymour C. Hirsch
Reston Pub. Co., 1980
277 pages
ISBN: 0835904326

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: basic

Date: The Micro Manual

This manual is respectfully dedicated to everyone who has a Acorn, Apple, Apricot, Atari, Brain, Dragon, Dec, IBM, Hawlett-Packard, Olivetti, Rair, Sharp, Sinclair, Sirius, Tandym Texas Instruments, Victor, Xerox or other microcomputer that understands Basic and works on Cp/M or MS-DOS.

Author: Stewart Hasted
Platform:

Date: April 1985 Computer Challenges for the Amstrad

Principally for the CPC 464
By R. Hurley & D. Virgo
Paperback: 212 pages
Publisher: Duckworth Pub
April 1985
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0715619799
ISBN-13: 978-0715619797

Date: 1981 Hints & Tips for the ZX81

Author:  Andrew D Hewson
Format:  Softback
76 pages
Publish Date  1981
Publisher  Hewson

Our copy has been very kindly signed by the author, Andrew Hewson of Hewson Consultants.

Platform:

Date: 1985 Turbo Pascal, version 3.0

Turbo Pascal, version 3.0: Reference manual (Paperback)
The ultimate Pascal Development Environment
Paperback: 376 pages
Publisher: Borland International (1985)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0875240038
ISBN-13: 978-0875240039
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.9 x 1.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds

Amazon Reviews:
Turbo Pascal 3.0 was the affordable program which opened up the PC for programmers, and this is the original manual shipped with Turbo 3. This is one of the best references to using Turbo Pascal in DOS mode.

This was the first integrated development environment (IDE) and a revalation in 1982. Prior to its release, compilers were run from the command line or as batch jobs on the main frames. This might be of interest to computer programming historians; however, given the nature of the industry, it's likely to just be forgotten or mentioned with a little smirk.

Platform: pascal

Date: Unknown The ZX81 Add-on Book

Author:  Martin Wren-Hilton
Format:  Softback
71 pages
Publish Date  1982
Publisher  Shiva Publishing
ISBN 0906812194

Platform:

Date: Recursive Techniques in programming

Platform:

Date: 1989 Data Converters & Voltage References IC Handbook

Author: Plessey Semiconductors
Platform:

Date: Unknown Micro-Prolog & Artificial Intelligence

Author:  A A Berk
Format:  Paperback
162 pages
Publish Date:  1985
Publisher  Collins
ISBN 0003831582

Platform: computers

Date: 1988 Satellite Cable & TV IC Handbook

Author: Plessey Semiconductors
Platform:

Date: 1991 Troubleshooting and Repairing Fax Machines

McComb, Gordon
ISBN-10: 0830637788
ISBN-13: 9780830637782
List price:     \$16.95
Edition:     N/A
Publisher:     McGraw-Hill School Education Group
Pages:     224
Size:
Weight:     3.78 lbs.
First Edition 1991

Platform: Fax

Date: 1989 C (A Dabhand Guide)

by Mark. Burgess

Format: Paperback

Second Edition
Pub date: 1989
DABS Press
512 pages
ISBN 10: 187033616X

Platform: C

Date: Unknown Using 6502 Assembly Language Volume 1

How Anyone can program the Apple-II

Author:  Randy Hyde
Format:  Paperback
Publisher  Datamost

Platform: Apple II

Date: Unknown Programming Principles in Computer Graphics

Author:  Leendert Ammeraaal
Format:  Softback
168 pages
Publish Date:  1987
Publisher  John Wiley & Sons
ISBN 0471909890

Platform: Graphics

Author:  Andrew nelson
Format:  Paperback
236 pages
Publish Date:  1983
Publisher  Interface Publications
ISBN 0907563368

Platform: computers

Date: June 1981 Computing Today: An Introduction to Business Data Processing

Computing Today: An Introduction to Business Data Processing by Joseph L. Sardinas Jr.
Paperback
490 pages + Index
Great black & white photographs from the era.
Release date: June 1981
ISBN: 0131650920
Language:: English

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: data processing

Date: 1988 Telecoms IC Handbook

Author: Plessey Semiconductors
Platform:

Date: 1988 Lets Talk BBC Turtle

Author: Liddy Nevile, Carolyn Dowling
Platform: Acorn Electron

Date: March 1983 C. Programming Guide

Jack J. (Jack Jay) Purdum
Hardcover: 250 pages
Publisher: Que Corporation,U.S. (Mar 1983)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0880220228
ISBN-13: 978-0880220224

Platform: C

Date: Unknown Intimate Instructiobns in Integer BASIC

Author:  Brian D Blackwood / George H Blackwood
Format:  Paperback
158 pages
Publisher  Howard W Sams
Publish Date 1981
ISBN 0672218127

Platform: Apple II

Date: Unknown Methodology in Computer Graphics

Author:  r a guedj / h a tucker
Format:  Hardback
206 pages
Publish Date:  1979
Publisher  north-holland
ISBN 0444853014

Platform: Graphics

Date: Impression

Author:  Anne Rooney
Format:  Paperback
448 pages
Publish Date:  1993
Publisher  Dabhand
ISBN 1870336100

Platform: computers

Date: 6th October 1987 SEAS Spring Meeting April 1987 Montpellier

SEAS Spring Meeting April 1987 Montpellier
and workshop on Systems Architecture

Agenda
List of speakers
Abstracts
Curricula Vitae

Platform: SEAS

Date: 1988 Linear IC Handbook

Author: Plessey Semiconductors
Platform:

Date: 1988 How BBC Turtles Talk

Author: Liddy Nevile, Carolyn Dowling
Platform: Acorn Electron

Date: 1974 Data Abstraction in Programming Languages

Author:  Judy Bishop
Format:  Paperback
166 pages
Publish Date 1986
ISBN 0201142228

Platform:

Date: Unknown A Practical Introduction to Computer Graphics

Author:  Ian O Angell
Format:  Softback
146 pages
Publish Date:  1981
Publisher  McMillan
ISBN 0333310837

Platform: Graphics

Date: 1986 Mastering DOS Plus

Author: Simon Williams
Platform: IBM DOS

Date: 18th April 1988 SEAS Spring Meeting April 1988 Davos

SEAS Spring Meeting April 1988 Davos
The workstation driven data centre

Agenda
List of speakers
Abstracts &Curricula Vitae

Platform: SEAS

Date: 1992 CBM Professional Computer Guide

by Adam Osborne, Jim Strasma, Ellen Strasma
ISBN    0931988756 / 9780931988752 / 0-931988-75-6
Publisher    Osborne/McGraw-Hill
Language English
Edition    Softcover
1982

Platform: CBM

Date: November 1993 Undocumented DOS: A Programmer's Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures (2nd Edition)

by Andrew Schulman Authors: Andrew Schulman, Ralf Brown, David Maxey

Creator: Raymond J. Michels

Media: Paperback
Second Edition
Pages: 860
Dimensions (in): 9 x 7.3 x 1.4
ISBN: 020163287X
Dewey Decimal Number: 005.446
EAN: 9780201632873
ASIN: 020163287X

Platform: DOS

Date: 1974 Programming Languages: History and Fundementals

Author:  Jean E Sammet
Format:  Hardback
785 pages
Publisher  Prentice-Hall
Publish Date 1969

Platform:

Date: Unknown 3D Interactive Computer Graphics

Author:  Wim J Teunissen / Jan van den Bos
Format:  Hardback
219 pages
Publish Date:  1990
Publisher  Ellis Horwood
ISBN 013921867X

Platform: Graphics

Date: Unknown Software Tools

Author: Kernighan Paluger
Format:  Paperback
338 pages
Publish Date:  1976

Platform: computers

Date: January 1985 Programming the PET/CBM

by Raeto West
Written in English.
Paperback: 503 pages
Publisher: Level (Jan 1982)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0950765007
ISBN-13: 978-0950765006

Includes index.

Amazon Review

At the time, this was the best reference book for explaining how the Commodore PET worked and how to program it.
Obviously it has been superseded by all the many developments in computers since then, but if you are still working with, or studying, a vintage Commodor PET, or its simulated equivalent, this book is a must.

Platform: Pet

Date: 1982 The Joy of Tex

A Gourmet Guide to Typesetting with the AMS-TEX MACRO package

Author:  M D Spivak
Format:  Softback spirla-bound
290 pages
Publish Date: 1982
Publisher  American Mathematical Society
ISBN 0 201 13622 8

Platform:

Date: Unknown Computer Graphics - An Introduction to the Mathematics and Geometry

Author:   M E Mortenson
Format:  Hardback
381 pages
Publish Date:  1989
Publisher  Heinemann Newnes
ISBN 0434912786

Platform: Graphics

Date: Unknown Macro Processors

Author:  A J Cole
Format:  Paperback
230 pages
Publish Date:  1976
Publisher  Cambridge University Press
ISBN 0521290244

Platform: computers

Date: 1st January 1976 General Computer Science (1976)

General Computer Science [Hardcover]
H. M. Khalil, J. F. Leathrum, L. S. Levy M. S. Carberry Publisher: Charles E. Merrill; 1St Edition edition (January 1, 1976)
303 pages including index

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: science

Date: 1975 Computer Communications

by R. W. Lucky, Paul Eliot Green
Publisher:     New York : IEEE Press : [Distributed by Wiley, 1975]
ISBN    0879420421 / 9780879420420 / 0-87942-042-1
Language    English
Edition    Hardcover
615 pages

Platform: Communications

Date: 1993 RISC OS 3: First Steps

A Dabhand Guide

by Anne Rooney

Paperback: 496 pages
Publisher: Dabs Press (1993)
Language English
ISBN-10: 1870336836
ISBN-13: 978-1870336833

Platform: RISC

Date: August 1992 Product Based Project and Stage Planning

Author:  Duhig Berry Consultants
Format:  Paperback
186 pages Spirall bound
Publish Date:  1992
Publisher  NCC Blackwell
ISBN 1855541564

Platform: computers

Date: Unknown Learning LOGO on the BBC Micro

Format:  Softback
210 pages
Publish Date  1986
Publisher  Prentice Hall
ISBN 0724807349

Platform: Acorn

Date: 1984 Implementations of Prolog

Author:  J A Campbell
Format:  Softback
391 pages
Publisher  John Wliey & Sons
Publish Date 1984
ISBN 0853126755

Platform:

Date: Unknown Using the IBM Personal Computer: Wordstar

Author:
Format:  Softback
357 pages
Publish Date:
Publisher

Platform:

Date: 1981 The ADA Programming Language

Author  Ian C. Pyle
Source  Pages: 293
Medium: Paperback
Year of Publication: 1981
ISBN:0130039217
Publisher Prentice Hall PTR  Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA

Ada is a structured, statically typed, imperative, wide-spectrum, and object-oriented high-level computer programming language, extended from Pascal and other languages. It was originally designed by a team led by Jean Ichbiah of CII Honeywell Bull under contract to the United States Department of Defense (DoD) from 1977 to 1983 to supersede the hundreds of programming languages then used by the DoD. Ada is strongly typed and compilers are validated for reliability in mission-critical applications, such as avionics software. Ada is an international standard; the current version (known as Ada 2005) is defined by joint ISO/ANSI standard, combined with major Amendment ISO/IEC 8652:1995/Amd 1:2007.

Ada was named after Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), who is often credited as being the first computer programmer.

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Date: 1976 APL: An Interactive Approach

Authors:     Leonard Gilman &     Allen J. Rose
Second Edition - Revised Printing 1976
378 pages soft cover

An updated edition of the leading APL text. Continues to provide solid, hands-on programming experience while reflecting modern trends in computing. Its logical presentation and conversational writing style make it perfect for self-study as well as the classroom. Features expanded More...
examples and problems in business applications, and an improved sequence of topics

Platform: APL

Date: 1989 High-Resolution Computer Graphics Fortran 77

by Ian O. Angell and Gareth Griffith

ISBN 0333403991
Publisher Macmillan Education, Limited  1989
356 pages
Language English
Edition Softcover

Platform: Fortran 77

Date: 1986 Word Processing with the Amstrad PCW8256 & PCW8512

Author: Stephen Morris

Year: 1986

ISBN: 1-85181-053-6

Author: Stephen Morris

Date: 1984 LOGO - A Guide to learning through programming

Author:  Peter Goodyear
Format:  Paperback
206 pages
Publish Date:  1984
Publisher  Ellis Horwood
ISBN 0431990093

Platform:

Date: 1985 Dr Dobbs Z80 Toolbook

Author:  David E Cortesi
Format:  Softback
418 pages
Publish Date:  1985
Publisher  M&T Publishing
ISBN 0934375070

Platform: Z80

Date: June 1979 TRS-80 Disk and Other Mysteries

TRS-80 Disk and Other Mysteries
by Harvard C. Pennington

ISBN: 0936200006
Format: Paperback
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Blue Cat (June 1979)
Language: English

Author: Harvard C. Pennington
Platform: TRS-80

Date: January 1978 Etudes for Programmers

Charles Wetherell (Author)
Paperback: 200 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (January 1978)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0132918072
ISBN-13: 978-0132918077
Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.3 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

Amazon Reviews:
"Ages ago my instructor at the local university computing center gave me this book. After completing all etudes
I was accepted as an apprentice programmer at age fourteen. This is an exceptional book! It teaches you to think like a programmer. Unfortunately it has been out of print for more than a decade."

"This is one of the most wonderful books on computer programming.

To use the musical metaphor presented in the book, the reader will be challenged to compose pieces ranging from simple melodies to full blown symphonies, in styles ranging from classical to modern hip-hop. While many of the examples are in what would be viewed as archaic languages, the problems themselves are agnostic to the selection of computer languages used. One of the lessons is that there is no single silver-bullet language, and it is best to learn how to select the right instrument for the part.

Each programming Etude is presented as a problem. Background information is given to aid in the composition of the solution, and for some of the puzzles there is a supplied example solution in the back of the book. A rough time frame is given (ranging from a few hours for a single person to a class team project that might take an entire semester).

The focus on each Etude is in the critical thinking required to develop the solution while the actual implementation is assumed to be already within the grasp of the reader. Again to use the musical metaphor, the reader is assumed to be able to play several musical instruments, understand scales, chords, and can read sheet music, and is now ready to move on to their own musical compositions"

Platform: etudes

Date: Unknown 100 Ready-to-Run Programs & Subroutines for the IBM PC

Author:  Jefff Bretz / John Clark Craig
Format:  Softback
311 pages
Publish Date:  1983
Publisher  TAB Books

Platform:

Date: October 1980 101 Basic Computer Games

David H. Ahl (Editor)
Paperback: 188 pages
Publisher: Workman Publishing (October 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0894801376
ISBN-13: 978-0894801372
Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.2 x 0.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

List of games at http://www.atariarchives.org/basicgames/

Amazon Reviews:

"I kept two copies so I could wear one out. I never did make it throughout all the 101 games. They were designed on Microsoft 8K Basic Rev.4.0. David H. Ahl is the Founder of "Creative Computing"

"This is a great book to mine for ideas on creating simple text-based computer games. It is the book that inspired me to become a programmer many, many, years ago"

Platform: games

Date: 1986 Programming with Sets: An Introduction to SETL

`(Monographs in Computer Science) J.T. Schwartz (Author), R.B.K. Dewar (Author), E. Dubinsky (Author), E. Schonberg (Author)Hardcover: 493 pagesPublisher: Springer; 1 edition (October 24, 1986)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0387963995ISBN-13: 978-0387963990Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.4 x 1.2 inches`

Platform: SETS

Date: 1984 Microcomputer Programming with Microsoft BASIC

Author:  Robert G Crawford / David T Barnard
Format:  Paperback
407 pages
Publish Date:  1984
Publisher  Reston Publishing Co
ISBN 0835943569

Platform:

Date: 1982 Making CASE work

Author:  John Parkinson
Format:  Softback
308 page
Publish Date: 1991
Publisher  NCC Blackwell
ISBN 0781855540668

Platform:

Date: 1983 A Human Guide To Robots

A human guide to robots by Nigel East

Published 1983 by Department of Industry in London.

24 illustrated Pages

Ref: Dd 833594 Pro 19639

Platform: Robots

Date: July 1987 ARM Assembly Language Programming

Peter J Cockerell (Author)
Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: MTC (July 1987)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0951257900
ISBN-13: 978-0951257906
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.7 x 0.5 inches

Describes in detail all aspects of programming the Acorn 32-bit Risc chip as found in Archimedes computers.

1 First Concepts 1

2 Inside the ARM 22

3 The instruction set 34

4 The BBC BASIC assembler 72

5 Assembly programming principles 94

6 Data structures 122

7 Non-user modes 160

Appendix A Co-processor instructions 177

Appendix B F.P. instruction set 187

Appendix C Instruction set 202

Platform: Acorn Archimedes

Date: 1990 Programming languages An Interpreter-Based Approach

`By Samuel N. KaminProgramming languages an interpreter-based approach Published 1990 by Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. in Reading, Mass . Written in English.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 005.13/3Library of Congress QA76.7 .K35 1990Number of pages 640ID NumbersOpen Library OL2056607MISBN 10 0201068249LC Control Number 88034998 `

Platform: Programming

Date: Unknown CAD/CAM with Personal Computers

Author:  Patrick R Carberry
Format:  Softback
181 pages
Publish Date: 1985
Publisher  TAB Books
ISBN 083061852X

Platform:

Date: 1984 Mathematics on the Commodore 64

Essential routines for programming
Czes Kosniowski.
Published 1984 by Sunshine in London .
Written in English.
155 pages

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1981 BASIC programmer's notebook

1st edition 1981

by Earl R. Savage ; illustrated by Jill E. Martin.

Published 1981 by H.W. Sams in Indianapolis, Ind .

Written in English.

Open Library OL3794790M

ISBN 10 0672218410

LC Control Number 81084279

OCLC/WorldCat 8263757

Platform: BASIC

Date: 1983 The really easy guide to home computing

`by Sue Beasley and Ruth ClarkThe ZX Spectrum Published 1983 by Century in London . Written in English.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 001.64/04Library of Congress QA76.8.S625Number of pages 219ID NumbersOpen Library OL16514775MISBN 10 0712603336, 0712603328`

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown BASIC Interactive Graphics

Author:  Dusko Savic
Format:  Paperback
182 pages
Publish Date:  1985
Publisher  Butterworths
ISBN 0408015225

Platform: Graphics

Date: Unknown Computer-Aided Design and Manufacture

Author:  C B Besant
Format:  Softback
232 pages
Publish Date: 1980
Publisher  Ellis Horwood
ISBN 0853124523

Platform:

Date: 1983 Mastering Cobol Programming

by R. Hutty
Macmillan Master Series
(ISBN: 0333343859 / 0-333-34385-9 )
Paperback 1983 150 pages

Platform: COBOL

Date: December 1986 Information Technology for Development Deceber 1986

Volume 1 Number 4 December 1986

Information Technology for Development , with an established record for publishing quality research and influencing practice for over 20 years, is the first journal to have explicitly addressed global information technology issues and opportunities. It publishes social and technical research on the effects of Information Technology (IT) on economic, social and human development.

Contains:

The intergovernmental informatics programme

Management of oil inventory through computers

Assimilating latest technology in banking—National bank of Pakistan's role

Microcomputer-based geographic information systems

Micro management

Platform: IT

Date: 1st July 1992 Systems Analysis

Platform: system analysis

Author:  James S Coan
Format:  Paperback
184 pages
Publish Date:  1977
Publisher  Hayden Books
ISBN 9810458551

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Penguin Dictionary of Computers

Author:  Anthony Chandor
Format:  Softback
440 pages
Publish Date: 1970
Publisher  Penguin Books
ISBN 0140510397

Platform:

Date: Unknown Basic COBOL

by W G Dodds
A Computer Weekly Handbook
SEcond Edition, Second impression 1976
Paperback 78 pages

Author: Daniel D.McCracken, Umberto Garbassi
Platform: COBOL

Date: 1983 Home applications and games for the Atari home computers

for the Atari 400/800, 600XL, 800XL, 1200XL, 1400XL, and 1450XLD home computers
by Timothy P. Banse.

Published 1983 by Little, Brown in Boston .
Series The Little, Brown microcomputer bookshelf

Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/2
Library of Congress QA76.8.A82 B36 1983
Number of pages 134
Open Library OL3176320M
ISBN 10 0316080446
LC Control Number 83018734
OCLC/WorldCat 9894413

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: 1982 Apple Basic Data File Programming

A self teaching guide

Author: LeRoy Finkel, Jerald R.Brown

Year:1982

ISBN: 0-471-09157-X

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Kingfisher Guide to Computer Opportunities

Author:  Kingfisher Editions / Computer News
Format:  Softback
192 pages
Publish Date: 1989
Publisher  Kingfisher
Free with Computer News

Platform:

Date: Unknown Mysteries of Disc Drives and DFS Revealed

Author: David Smith
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1983 Spectrum Starter Pack 2

by P K McBride
EducationalCollins
112 pages paperback
1983

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Introducing Microprocessors

Author:  Ian R sinclair
Format:  Softback
121 pages
Publish Date: 1981
Publisher  Kieth Dickson Publishing
ISBN 907266010

Platform:

Date: 1967 The Anatomy of a Compiler

Publisher: Reinhold Publishing

Author: John A N Lee
Platform:

Date: Unknown PILOT - The Language and how to use it

Invluding Applie PILOT and Super PILOT
Author:  Tom Conlon
Format:  Paperback
194 pages
Publisher  Prentice Hall
Publish Date 1984
ISBN 0136762476

Platform: Apple

Date: 1st August 1986 Electronic Circuits for the Computer Control of Model Railways

by R. A. Penfold
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: Bernard Babani Publishing (August 1, 1986)
ISBN-10: 0859341542
ISBN-13: 978-0859341547

Platform: circuits

Date: June 1981 S-100 and Other Micro Buses

Platform: S-100

Date: 1983 Databases for fun and profit

Author: Nigel Freestone

Year: 1983

ISBN: 0246 12032 0

Platform:

Date: 1984 Smalltalk-80

Bits of History, Words of advice

Author:  Glenn Krasner
Format:  Softback
344 pages
Publish Date 1983
ISBN 0201116693

Platform:

Date: 1983 Inside Atari Basic (2)

Author:  Bill Carris
Format:Softback
181 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Reston Publishing
ISBN 0-8359-3082-3
This item is complete with accompanying Basic Computing Language cartridge.

Platform:

Date: 1st May 1988 Electronic Circuits for the Computer Control of Robots

by R A Penfold
ISBN 10: 0859341534 / 0-85934-153-4
ISBN 13: 9780859341530
Publisher: Bernard Babani Publishing
Publication Date: Reprinted May 1988
92 pages Paperback

Platform: robots

Date: 1964 International Tracts in Computer Science and Technology and Their Application

Volume 12 Annuew Review in Automatic Programming
Author:  Richard Goodman
Format:  Hardback
263 pages
Publish Date: 1964
Publisher  Pergamon Press

Platform:

Date: 1st May 1985 Computer Music Projects

by R. A. Penfold
Publisher: London : Babani, 1985.
ISBN: 085934147X
DDC: 781.610285
98 pages
Edition: (pbk) :£2.95

Platform: music

Date: 1985 The Century computer programming course for the Spectrum

The Century computer programming course for the Spectrum - a complete guide to programming in BASIC

by Peter Morse and Brian Hancock

Publisher: London Century Communications 1985
ISBN: 0712603808
First Edition
Soft Cover 544 Pages

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1982 Executive Planning With Basic

Author: Douglas Hergert

Publisher: Sybex

Year: 1982

ISBN: 0-89588-083-0

Platform:

Date: 1973 A SNOBOL4 Primer

Author:  Ralph E Griswold / Madge T Griswold
Format:  Softback
184 pages
Publisher  Prentice-Hall
Publish Date 1973
ISBN 0138153817

Platform:

Date: 1st December 1986 MIDI Projects

By R.A. Penfold
Number of pages 112
1986
ISBN 10     0859341569
ISBN 13     9780859341561

Platform: midi

Date: 1983 Logo Programming

Author: Peter Ross

Year: 1983

ISBN: 0-201-14637-1

Platform:

Date: 1973 The Macro Implementation of SNOBOL4

Author:  Ralph E Griswold
Format:  Hardback
310 pages
Publisher  WH Freeman & Co
Publish Date 1972
ISBN 0716704471

Platform:

Date: 1986 More advanced electronic music projects

by R. A. Penfold
Publisher: London : Babani, 1986.
ISBN: 0859341488   DDC: 789.9   Edition: (pbk) :£2.95
Language: eng
Physical Description: 78 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
Edition Info: (pbk) :£2.95

Platform: midi

Date: January 1983 CP/M for the IBM: Using CP/M-86

Authors Judi N. Fernandez, Ruth Ashley

Format: Paperback
Publish Date: January 1983
ISBN-10: 0471897191
ISBN-13: 9780471897194
Pages: 262
Publisher: Wiley

Platform: CP/M

Date: 1976 Algorithms in SNOBOL4

Author:  James F Gimpel
Format:  Hardback
487 pages
Publisher  John Wiley & Sons
Publish Date 1976
ISBN 0471302139

Platform:

Date: 3rd November 1981 Pocket Guide Introduction to Programming (Programming Pocket Guides)

by John Shelley
Format: Paperback
31 small format pages
Pub date: November 3, 1981
Publisher: Pitman Publishing
ISBN-10: 0273017055
ISBN-13: 9780273017059

Platform: Programmimg

Date: August 1988 Your second manual to the Atari ST

Version 5.0(UK) August 1988
101 illustrated large format pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: November 1980 Using CP/M (Self-teaching Guides)

Judi N. Fernandez (Author), Ruth Ashley (Author)

Soft cover: 244 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (November 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 047108011X
ISBN-13: 978-0471080114

This book was kindly donated by Stephen Mynott

Platform: CP/M

Date: 1984 Home Applications On Your Micro

Author: Mike Grace

Publisher: Sunshine books

Year: 1984

ISBN: 0-946408-50-5

Platform:

Date: 1975 String and List Processing in SNOBOL 4

Techniques and Applications

Author:  Ralph E Griswoldl
Format:  Hardback
287 pages
Publisher  Prentice-Hall
Publish Date 1975
ISBN 0138530106

Platform:

Date: 1972 Design of on-Line Computer Systems

Design of on-Line Computer Systems
Author Edward Yourdon
Pages: 608
Medium: Hardcover
Year of Publication: 1972
ISBN:0132013010
Publisher Prentice Hall PTR  Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA

Platform:

Date: October 1981 Pocket Guide to BASIC (Pitman programming pocket guides)

Author: Roger Hunt
ISBN: 0273016857  ISBN-13: 9780273016854
31 pages small format Spiral-bound
Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall
October 1981
List Price: £3.99
Physical Description: 58 p. ; 10 x 16 cm.

Platform: basic

Date: 1983 The New Advanced User Guide

The New Advanced User Guide: For BBC B Master Compact and Electron 1 edition

for the Master, Master Compact, BBC Model B and Electron

by Mark Holmes & Adrian Dickens.

Published 1987 by Adder in Cambridge .

Dickens.Cambridge : Cambridge Microcomputer Centre, 1983.

Dewey Decimal Class 004.165

Library of Congress QA76.8.E38

Paperback Number of pages 442

ISBN 10 0947929053

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 BBC Micro Data Log

Authors: Roger Porkess, Derek Barker, Nigel Green, Peter johnson, Colin Shearer

Publisher: Collins

Year: 1984

ISBN: 001975919

Platform:

Date: 1976 SNOBOL An Introduction to programming

Author:  Peter R Newsted
Format:  Softback
152 pages
Publisher  Hayden
Publish Date 1976
ISBN 0810457822

Platform:

Date: Unknown Modular Programming

Author:  J Maynard
Format:  Softback
100 pages
Publisher  Butterworths
Publish Date 1972
ISBN 0408702877

Platform:

Date:

Platform:

Date: February 1999 internet - The next step

What you can do now you're online

Our pocket guide to getting started with

• Email
• Multimedia
• Images
• Search engines
• Homepages
• Shopping
• Safe browsing
• JavaScript (be brave!)

... and a whole lot more besides!

Platform:

Date: 22nd September 1976 Software Reliability: Principles and Practices

Software Reliability: Principles and Practices by Glenford J. Myers (Author)
Hardcover: 360 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (September 22, 1976)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471627658
ISBN-13: 978-0471627654
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 5.9 x 1 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds

Deals constructively with recognized software problems. Focuses on the unreliability of computer programs and offers state-of-the-art solutions. Covers—software development, software testing, structured programming, composite design, language design, proofs of program correctness, and mathematical reliability models. Written in an informal style for anyone whose work is affected by the unreliability of software. Examples illustrate key ideas, over 180 references.

Platform: software

Date: 1965 Programming Real-Time Computer Systems

Programming Real-Time Computer Systems, by James Martin,
1965; 386 pages.
Publisher: Prentice-Hall International,

REVIEW:
Within what we all know to be a very rapidly expanding
industry, one aspect of computer usage—Real Time—is
almost exploding. Quite apart from the airline, bank and
communications systems which are so time-sensitive in their
normal operation, enlightened managements are realizing
that, to use computers to their maximum efficiency as management
tools, demand-processing is an essential and quick
responses really do matter. Senior executives have grown
tired of being presented with wads of paper which they never
have time to read, and now realize that with Real-Time systems
"management by exception" really can be accomplished.
Mr. Martin's book will no doubt stimulate interest in and
argument about many aspects of Real-Time. Whilst giving a
good basic account of the philosophy of Real-Time programming,
it has the drawback common to all textbooks which deal
with a rapidly advancing technology—it was out-of-date
almost before it reached the printers.

Apart from a glaring set of printer's errors in Table 1 of
Chapter 7, Mr. Martin's book is well set out. It should
provide the novice in this field with a good semi-historical
account of the development of programming methods and a
background to Real-Time implementation as a whole.
Provided that the reader is aware of the existence of other
programming philosophies and methods, the sections on
programming aids, and system implementation, in themselves,
make the book a worthwhile acquisition.
D. C. PHILLIPS

Platform: real-time

Date: July 1984 Pocket Guide: Commodore 64 (Programming Pocket Guides)

Boris Allan (Author)
Paperback: 64 pages
Publisher: Hyperion Books (July 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0273021257
ISBN-13: 978-0273021254Paperback: 64 pages

Platform: Commodore 64

Author: Ian Robertson Sinclair
ISBN: 0861611926
Publisher: Melbourne House
Publication Date: June 1995

Date: 1984 Active Computer Learning - Commodore 64

by K Carrington B.Sc.
18 page publication

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 21st November 1985 Mastering the Disc Drive

Mastering the Disc Drive (BBC master guides) by Chris Snee

Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: BBC Books (21 Nov 1985)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0563211180
ISBN-13: 978-0563211181

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Weaving a Programme

Author:  Wayne Sewell
Format:  Softback
556 pages
Publisher  Van Nostrand Reinhold
Publish Date 1989
ISBN 0442319460

Platform:

Date: 1989 C: Problem Solving and Programming

C: Problem Solving and Programming by Kenneth A. Barclay
ISBN 10: 0131155105 / 0-13-115510-5
ISBN 13: 9780131155107
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publication Date: 1989
466 pages Binding: Softcover

Providing a detailed grounding in C++ programming fundamentals, this text contains a study of object-oriented software development in C++. It covers the essentials of a C++ program; functions and files; the C++ preprocessor; strings; dynamic data structures; operations on bits; and more.

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform: C

Date: 1962 Planning a computer system: Project Stretch

Planning a computer system: Project Stretch has 322 Pages.
Year of Publication: 1962
ISBN:B0000CLCYO
Author: Werner Buchholz
Publisher McGraw-Hill, Inc.  Hightstown, NJ, USA

This Amazon review is from: Planning a Computer System: Project Stretch (Hardcover)
Werner Buchholz was a Systems Consultant on the IBM Research and Engineering Corporate Staff and manager of engineering planning during Project Stretch. This 1962 book explains the functional characteristics of large high-speed digital computer. The electronic computer improved scientific research by reducing costs and times. The Stretch computer was planned with the involvement of users and designers, this book records the design effor for the instruction set and related functional characteristics (`Preface'). The IBM 7030 was the latest in advanced design. This book does not cover the programming techniques used in the compiling and supervisory programs for this system.

Project Stretch started in 1954 to use the experience gained from early computers (Chapter 1). A computer built of solid-state components (transistors and diodes) would have higher reliability, lower power consumption, smaller size, lower cost (automatic assembly), and greater speed. They wanted a machine that was a hundred times faster than the 704 (p.2). This required components that were possible but did not yet exist. The Atomic Energy Commission gave a contract. Automatic checking facilities would detect and correct errors. The best features of existing computers would be used. A high-speed parallel arithmetic unit would execute floating-point arithmetic (p.3). Main memory would be 8,192 words (65,536 bytes). A unit provided simultaneous operation of input-output, storage, and data-transmission devices. Magnetic disk units with a capacity of one million words (8 million bytes) were used for external storage (p.4).

Chapter 2 explains the Architectural Philosophy, to meet the needs of the user. The engineering design should be economical and feasible. Some real-time tasks needed very high performance, others were too large to use existing computers. A general-purpose computer is needed for scientific processing, business data processing, and large information processing needs (p.6). A fresh design permits many system improvements. Efficiency required making programming easier by using a compiler (p.8). A rich instruction set was used to offset memory limitations (p.10). Multiprogramming would take advantage of a more powerful machine. Concurrent operation of the computer with input-output operations increases speed (p.11). The paragraphs on Multiprogramming foretells the future (p.13).

Chapter 3 provides a System Summary. Chapter 5 explains why binary numbers were used (more economical than decimal). The character set allows 120 characters with lower-case letters (Chapter 6). The set of instructions is the most distinguishing characteristic of a computer (Chapter 9). The operation of a computer depends on instruction sequencing (Chapter 10). Chapter 12 discusses Input-Output Control design. The 7030 is capable of working on multiple instructions (Chapter 13). Multiprogramming allows concurrent execution of programs to improve performance. The Central Processing Unit was designed for this (Chapter 14). There are pictures of circuit cards (p.223) and the main frame (p.227). The Exchange controls the flow of information between internal memory and external storage (Chapter 16). Chapter 17 discusses non-arithmetical systems such as information retrieval, language translation, etc. [The example on page 270 assumes the values are in descending order.]

Platform: planning

Date: 1999 Getting Started with the Apple Macintosh, Including System 7

by Neil Salkind
Series: Getting Started Right
Microsoft Press
Paperback Book 238 pages
1999

Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 17th January 1985 Interfacing the B. B. C. Microcomputer

by Brian Bannister & Michael Whitehead

Format: Paperback, 160 pages
Release Date: 17 January 1985
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0333371577
EAN: 9780333371572
Dimensions: 23.0 x 15.0 centimeters (0.27 kg)

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown The Alpha Automatic Programming System

Author:  A P Yershov
Format:  Hardback
247 pages
Publisher  Acaemic Press
Publish Date 1971
ISBN 0127708405

Platform:

Date: 1986 The Computer Guide for Builders

Author: Brian Gooch
Platform:

Date: 1979 Z-80 and 8080 assembly language programming

Z-80 and 8080 assembly language programming (Hayden computer programming series)
Kathe Spracklen
Hayden Book Co 2005-09-22.
ISBN 0810451670 / 0-8104-5167-0
EAN 9780810451674
1979

Review
If your wanting to write assembly programs for your TI-83+/TI-84+ calculator this is the book to by far the clearest most concise book I've found a z80 assembly (Z-80 and 8080 assembly language programming)

Platform: Z80

Date: November 1975 Evaluating teaching in higher education

Evaluating teaching in higher education: A collection of conference papers
Publisher: UTMU (University Teaching Methods Unit)
111 pages. Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780854730537
ISBN: 0854730532
Publication date: November 1975

Platform: education

Date: April 1984 An Introduction to Programming the BBC Model B Micro

by R. A. Penfold & J.W. Penfold

Paperback: 134 pages

Publisher: Bernard Babani Publishing (April 1984)

Language English

ISBN-10: 0859341143

ISBN-13: 978-0859341141

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown A Beginner's Guide to WIMP programming on the Archimedes

Author:  Martyn Fox
Format:  Softback
177 pages
Publisher  Sigma
Publish Date 1992
ISBN 9781850583363

Platform:

Date: 1984 I wish I knew... about the BBC Micro and the Acorn Electron

Author: Tim Markes
Platform: Acorn Electron

Date: December 1964 An Introduction to CHLF Autocode

Author: W.L.B.Nixon
Platform:

Date: 1st January 1988 Computer Science: A Modern Introduction

Computer Science: A Modern Introduction
(Prentice Hall International Series in Computing Science) [Paperback]
Les Goldschlager (Author
Paperback: 330 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 2 edition (1 Jan 1988)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0131659456
ISBN-13: 978-0131659452
Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 15 x 2.2 cm

Amazon Review:
It's amazing how much this book manages to pack into its three-hundred-odd pages, yet it is definitely showing its age.
Most of the 'real world' examples - systems "capable of between one and ten million operations per second" and their software - date to the late 1970s or early 1980s. Digital logic is covered and a simple microprogrammed CPU is worked through as a (good) example but it neglects the fact that, in the last fifteen years, CPU architectures have moved completely away from microcode, passing through RISC and onwards to VLIW. There is obviously no mention of the modern internet as the book pre-dates the WWW. GUIs - or, in fact, any user interfaces less complex than SQL - are another notable omission.

The fundamentals of algorithms and CS are, of course, timeless and this book is an average - though highly compact - introduction to the subject. For those with more time available, I'd recommend 'Foundations of Computer Science' by Aho/Ullman and Knuth's 'The Art of Computer Programming' contains far more detailed coverage of algorithms. Of course, no matter what you choose, this book will still be required reading for the CompSci course at Cambridge...

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform: Science

Date: 22nd March 1965 Stress: A Reference Manual

Stress: A Reference Manual by Steven J. Fenves, Robert D. Logcher and Samuel P. Mauch
Steven J. Fenves
Hardcover: 400 pages
Publisher: MIT Press (22 Mar 1965)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0262060078
ISBN-13: 978-0262060073
Product Dimensions: 25 x 19 x 2.5 cm

Platform: stress

Date: 30th September 2010 From Ram Yard to Milton Hilton

From Ram Yard to Milton Hilton:
Cambridge Consultants – the early years
by Rodney Dale

From Ram Yard to Milton Hilton tells the story of Cambridge Consultants Ltd (CCL) from its foundation at 12A Ram Yard, Cambridge to its moving to a new building on the Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, the ‘Milton Hilton’ of the title. CCL was founded by Cambridge engineer Tim Eiloart, Rodney Dale and others in 1960 as ‘the first independent contract R&D company in the UK’. Now in its 50th year, Rodney Dale revisits the history he wrote for that move in 1979, adding new material to describe the environment into which CCL was born.

ISBN-13
978-1-902702-24-7

A5 paperback
126 pages
RRP £10
30 September 2010

This pristine copy was donated to us by Rodney Dale, the author

Platform:

Date: 2010 A History of International Research Networking the People Who Made It Happen

The People Who Made It Happen
Editor: Howard Davies, Beatrice Bressan

ISBN: 9783527327102
ISBN-10: 352732710X
Number Of Pages: 345
Publisher: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Dimensions (cm): 24.800 x 17.850  x 2.030
Weight (kg): 0.78
Audience: Professional

As the first book about the internet to be written and edited by engineers who developed it, this book deals with the history of defining universal protocols and of building a series of global data transfer networks of ever increasing reach and capacity. The result is THE authoritative source on the topic, providing a vast amount of insider knowledge unavailable elsewhere. It is of interest to every scientist and a must-have for all network developers as well as agencies dealing with the Net.

Contents

Foreword

Preface

Early Days

The Role of Funding Bodies

Organized Cooperation

Different Approaches

The Interviews

The Bandwidth Breakthrough

Support for Applications

Regional Perspectives

Transatlantic Connections

A European Achievement

Acknowledge to the Contributors

List of NREN Managers

List of Network Names

List of Acronyms

List of Terms

List of Units

From the Publisher:

The first book written and edited by the people who developed the Internet, this book deals with the history of creating universal protocols and a global data transfer network. The result is THE authoritative source on the topic, providing a vast amount of insider knowledge unavailable elsewhere. Despite the huge number of contributors, the text is uniform in style and level, and of interest to every scientist and a must-have for all network developers as well as agencies dealing with the Net.

Howard Davies has a First Class Honours degree in Engineering Science and a DPhil from the University of Oxford. From 1964 to 1977, he worked in the Data Handling Division of CERN (European Organization for Nu-clear Research) in Geneva, initially as a Scientific Programmer, later as a Group Leader and Project Manager for CERNnet, CERN’s first general purpose, internal network. Between 1977 and 1993, he was Director of the Computer Unit at the University of Exeter, responsible not only for the provision of computing services to all academic departments within the university but also for the development of services based on the use of JANET (the national research network in the UK) and its successors. During this period, he spent six months sabbatical leave in 1986 as a Visiting Computer Specialist at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford, California. He acted as (part-time) Director of the Interim COSINE Project Management Unit from 1989 to 1991 and from 1992 to 1994 he was Vice-President of RARE. He was appointed Joint General Manager of DANTE in 1993 and played a prominent role in the implementation across Europe of an increasingly powerful infrastructure to support network-based services. He retired at the end of 2001 having seen the introduction into service of the GÉANT network.

Beatrice Bressan is responsible for the outreach of the TOTEM experiment at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), Geneva, and is also a science writer. She has more than ten years of experience in the field of scientific and technological communication with extensive experience in journalism, media publishing and public relations. She is a member of the European Union of Science Journalists' Associations (EUSJA). After her university studies in mathematical physics and science communication, she completed her PhD research and carried out a postdoctoral fellowship on knowledge management and knowledge transfer inside CERN for the Department of Physical Sciences at Helsinki University. She has worked with-in the Technology Transfer Group at CERN, taking care of the production of promotional material, at SIB (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics) as Head of Communications, and at the Department of Physics at Geneva University, being responsible for their communications. Through her work, she aims to give a better understanding of complex scientific and technological topics for politicians, industrialists and the general public.

Our book has been signed by and very kindly dopnated by the editor Howard Davies

Platform: networking

Date: 1982 30+ Programs for the BBC Microcomputer

Edited by Chris Evans
72 Pages
Soft cover 1982

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1st July 1998 Dr Wimp's Surgery

An introduction to Wimp programming and the 'Dr Wimp' package

For Acorn RISC OS computers

by Ray Favre

Author: Ray Favre
Platform: Acorn RISC

Date: 1969 Machine Intelligence Volume 4

Editors:
Bernard Meltzer Metamathematics Unit, University of Edinburgh
Donald Michie Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception, University of Edinburgh
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 1969
Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Machine Intelligence Workshop, Edinburgh, 1968.

``` PREFACE by Michael Swann, FRS                                        v

MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS

1.  Program scheme equivalences and second-order logic.
D.C. COOPER                                                      3
2.  Programs and their proofs: an algebraic approach.
R.M. BURSTALL and P.J. LANDIN                                   17
3.  Towards the unique decomposition of graphs.  C.R. SNOW and
H.I. SCOINS                                                     45

THEOREM PROVING

4.  Advances and problems in mechanical proof procedures.
D. PRAWITZ                                                      59
5.  Theorem-provers combining model elimination and resolution.
D.W. LOVELAND
6.  Semantic trees in automatic theorem-proving.  R. KOWALSKI
and P.J. HAYES                                                  87
7.  A machine-oriented logic incorporating the equality relation.
E.E. SIBERT                                                    103
8.  Paramodulation and theorem-proving in first-order theories
with equality.  G. ROBINSON and L. WOS                         135
9.  Mechanizing higher-order logic.  J.A. ROBINSON                 151

DEDUCTIVE INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

10. Theorem proving and information retrieval.  J.L. DARLINGTON    173
11. Theorem proving by resolution as a basis for
question-answering systems.  C. CORDELL GREEN                  183

MACHINE LEARNING AND HEURISTIC PROGRAMMING

12. Heuristic Dendral: a program for generating explanatory
hypotheses in organic chemistry.  B. BUCHANAN, G. SUTHERLAND
and E.A. FEIGENBAUM                                            209
13. A chess-playing program.  J.J. SCOTT                           255
14. Analysis of the machine chess game.  I.J. GOOD                 267
15. PROSE - Parsing Recogniser Outputting Sentences in English.
D.B. VIGOR, D. URQUHART and A. WILKINSON                       271
16. The organization of interaction in collectives of automata.
V.I. VARSHAVSKY                                                285

COGNITIVE PROCESSES: METHODS AND MODELS

17. Steps towards a model of word selection.  G.R. KISS            315
18. The game of hare and hounds and the statistical study of
literary vocabulary.  S.H. STOREY and M.A. MAYBREY             337
19. The holophone - recent developments.  D.J. WILLSHAW and
H.C. LONGUET-HIGGINS                                           349

PATTERN RECOGNITION

20. Pictorial relationships - a syntactic approach.  M.B. CLOWES   361
21. On the construction of an efficient feature space for
optical character recognition.  A.W.M. COOMBS                  385
22. Linear skeletons from square cupboards.  C.J. HILDITCH         403

PROBLEM-ORIENTED LANGUAGES

23. Absys 1: an incremental compiler for assertions; an
introduction.  J.M. FOSTER and E.W. ELCOCK                     423

PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGNING INTELLIGENT ROBOTS

24. Planning and generalisation in an automaton/environment
system.  J.E. DORAN                                            433
25. Freddy in toyland.  R.J. POPPLESTONE                           455
26. Some philosophical problems from the standpoint of
artificial intelligence.  J. McCARTHY and P.J. HAYES           463

INDEX                                                              505```

Platform: Machine Intelligence

Date: Unknown Computer programming

Teach Yourself Books

Author:  Richard Murray-Shelley
Format:  Hardback
223 pages
Publisher  English Universities Press
Publish Date 1967

Platform:

Date: 1983 Campus computing strategies

Campus computing strategies - John W. McCredie, editor
Publisher: Bedford, Mass. : Digital Press, c1983.
ISBN: 0932376207   LCC: LB2324

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / John W. McCredie -- Hamilton College / David Smallen
-- Dartmouth College / William Y. Arms -- Pepperdine University /
John McManus, James Penrod -- Carnegie-Mellon University / Douglas
van Houweling -- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute / James Moss --
Stanford University / Paul R. Kaufman -- Cornell University / Kenneth
M. King -- University of Iowa / James W. Johnson -- University of
Minnesota / Carl Adams, Peter C. Patton, Peter Roll -- The California
State University / Thomas W. West.
LCC Number: LB2324
Hardback
Language: eng
Physical Description: xi, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Platform: campus

Date: July 1994 Inside Compuserve

By: Richard Wagner
ISBN: 1562053221    ISBN-13: 9781562053222
Publisher: New Riders Publishing (1994-07)
Paperback | 2nd ed Edition | 587 Pages | List Price: \$19.99 (USD)
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 1.4 inches

Inside CompuServe takes a graphical, easy-to-use approach to using and navigating CompuServe. It is the only book that highlights and features CISNAV, CompuServe's new navigational tool. The tutorial helps readers learn to master navigating and using CompuServe and also provides in-depth reference material to the vast resources available to subscribers.

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: compuserve

Date: 1969 Machine Intelligence Volume 5

Editors:

Bernard Meltzer Metamathematics Unit, University of Edinburgh
Donald Michie Department of Machine Intelligence and Perception, University of Edinburgh
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, 1969

Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Machine Intelligence Workshop, Edinburgh, 1969

Contents

INTRODUCTION                                                       vii

PROLOGUE

Intelligent machinery. A.M. TURING [1912-1954]                   3

MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS

1  Properties of programs and partial function logic.

Z. MANNA and J. McCarthy                                         27

2  Program schemes and recursive function theory.  R. MILNER        39

3  Fixpoint induction and proofs of program properties.  D. PARK    59

4  Formal description of program structure and semantics in first

order logic.  R.M. BURSTALL                                      79

5  A program machine symmetric automata theory.  P.J. LANDIN        99

MECHANIZED REASONING

6  A note on mechanizing higher order logic.  J.A. ROBINSON        121

7  Transformational systems and the algebraic structure of atomic

formulas.  J.C. REYNOLDS                                        135

8  A note on inductive generalization.  C.D. PLOTKIN               153

9  Power amplification for automatic theorem-provers.  B.MELTZER   165

10 Search strategies for theorem-proving.  R.KOWALSKI              181

11 An experiment in automatic induction.  R.J. POPPLESTONE         203

MACHINE LEARNING AND HEURISTIC SEARCH

12 First results on the effect of error in heuristic search.

I. POHL                                                         219

13 A set-oriented property-structure representation

for binary relations, SBP.  E.J.SANDEWALL                       237

14 Rediscovering some problems of artificial intelligence in the

context of organic chemistry.

B.G. BUCHANAN, G.L. SUTHERLAND and E.A. FEIGENBAUM              253

15 Memo functions, the graph Traverser and a simple control

situation.  D.L. MARSH                                          281

16 Experiments with the adaptive Graph Traverser.

D. MICHIE and R. ROSS                                           301

MAN-MACHINE INTERACTION

17 An interactive theorem-proving program.

J.R. ALLEN and D. LUCKHAM                                       321

18 A symbol manipulation system.

F.V. McBRIDE, D.J.T. MORRISON and R.M. PENGELLY                 337

COGNITIVE PROCESSES: METHODS AND MODELS

19 Associative memory models.

D. WILLSHAW and H.C. LONGUET-HIGGINS                            351

20 Hierarchical decomposition of complexity.  M.H. VAN EMDEN       361

PATTERN RECOGNITION

21 A grammar for the topological analysis of plane figures.

P.BUNEMAN                                                       383

22 Shape analysis by use of Walsh functions.  N.H. SEARLE          395

23 Conic sections in automatic chromosome analysis.  K.X. PATON    411

24 Centromere finding: some shape descriptions for small

chromosome outlines.  D.RUTOVITZ                                435

25 ESOTERIC II- an approach to practical voice control:

progress report.  D.R. HILL and E.B. WACKER                     463

26 On imitative systems theory and pattern recognition.

P.A.V. HALL                                                     495

PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGNING INTELLIGENT ROBOTS

27 Planning and robots.  J.E. DORAN                                519

28 Robotologic.  P.J. HAYES                                        533

29 Design of low-cost equipment for cognitive robot research.

H.G. BARROW and S.H. SALTER                                     555

APPENDIX

Bibliography on proving the correctness of computer programs.

R.L. LONDON                                                     569

INDEX                                                              581

Platform: Machine Intelligence

Date: Unknown Computer Approximations

Author:  J F Hart & others
Format:  Hardback
343 pages
Publish Date: 1968
Publisher  John Wiley & Sons

Platform:

Date: 1974 Computing for engineers

Computing for engineers by Roger T Fenner
Macmillan, 1974.
172 pages
ISBN 0333151895 :
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography: p. 168-169.

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform:

Date: 1963 Rounding Errors in Algebraic Processes

Rounding Errors in Algebraic Processes by James H. Wilkinson
Notes on Applied Science No. 32
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
Hardback: 161 pages
1963
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486679993
ISBN-13: 978-0486679990

Product Description
Elementary introduction to problem of cumulative effect of rounding errors in a very large number of arithmetical calculations—particularly applicable to computer operations. Simple representative analyses illustrate techniques. Topics include fundamental arithmetic operations, computations involving polynomials and matrix computations. Results deal exclusively with digital computers but are equally applicable to desk calculators.

Platform: Algebraic

Date: 1993 Builder Lite : Developing Dynamic Batch Files

by Ronny Richardson
Book + Disk
Published January 1993 by Windcrest /McGraw Hill
ISBN-10: 0830641769
ISBN-13: 9780830641765

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Introduction
Creating Builder Lite programs
Anatomy of a Builder Lite program
Starting with a clean slate
Communicating with the user
Running other programs
Progress review #1
Replaceable parameters
The environment
The ErrorLevel
Introduction to logic testing
Batch style looping and program flow
Progress review #2
Working with variables
Getting input from the user
Progress review #3
Subroutines
System variables
Miscellaneous
Final review
Program documentation
Builder Lite encyclopedia
Converting existing batch files
App. A. Progress review solutions
App. B. Builder Lite error messages
App. C. Builder Lite reserve words
App. D. Keystroke constants
Index

Platform: Builder Lite

by Larry R. Nyhoff, Sanford Leestma

ISBN: 9780029464977
Format: Paperback, 735 pages, International edition Edition

Release Date: 01 August 1990
Publisher: Prentice Hall International Paperback Editions

ISBN: 0029464978
EAN: 9780029464977

Dimensions: 24.0 x 17.0 centimeters (1.19 kg)

Platform: Modula C

Date: 1974 Computing for engineers

Computing for engineers by Roger T Fenner
Macmillan, 1974.
172 pages
ISBN 0333151895 :
Notes Includes index.
Bibliography: p. 168-169.

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform:

Date: 1968 Introduction to Algol Programming

Author: R. Wooldridge and John Fuller Ratcliffe
Binding: Hardcover
EAN: 9780340047309
Edition: 3rd Revised edition
ISBN: 0340047305
Label: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Manufacturer: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Pages: 173
PackageDimensions Weight: 174
Product group: Book
Date Published: 1968
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Studio: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Title: Introduction to Algol Programming (Applied Mathematics)

Platform: algol

Date: 2000 The Rough Guide to the Internet 2000

5th Edition (Internet (Rough Guides), 2000) [Paperback]
by Angus J. Kennedy (Author)

Amazon Review:
The Rough Guide series, famous for its listings of skanky Italian hostels and super-cheap Istanbul eateries, now covers the wildest territory of all. The Internet: The Rough Guide 2000 is a tourist's guide to the online world, complete with information on what equipment you need, what it'll cost, and what to see once you're connected. This latest edition reflects recent changes in site locations and contents.

Hardly bigger than a coaster, this book packs a remarkable amount of information into its minimal bulk. Though its small format makes it somewhat difficult to use (it won't lie open), author Angus Kennedy competently explains everything from basic connection procedures to multimedia and page publishing in a fraction of the space other books require (and at far less cost too). Fans of other Rough Guide books will be pleased by coverage of the Internet as it applies to travelers (Web-based mail sites, cybercafés, and the like).

The how-to information represents only half of what this guide contains. The rest is a random walk, largely on the Web's weird side. You'll find references to sites claiming to be the grossest (in an 8-year-old's sense of the word) on the Web, a site where you can get a downward-ticking death clock, Mr. Cranky's movie reviews, and "99 Ways to Open a Beer Bottle." Sure, there's some serious reference stuff, but it misses the point. Overall, the book is almost as much fun as opening 99 beer bottles in a skanky Italian hostel. --David Wall

Topics covered: The Internet from every angle. What it is, what it's good for, why and how you should connect. Having connected you, the author skips off on a eclectic tour of things to see and do online.

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: internet

Date: 1984 Giant Book of Games for Your BBC Micro

Author: Tim Hartnelln and Ian Hutt
Pulisher Fontana
Book Type: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780006367949
ISBN-10: 0006367941
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 352

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Software Engineering Volume 1 Computers and Information Sciences

Author:  Julius T Tou
Format:  Hardback
263 pages
Publish Date: 1969
ISBN 0126962014

Platform:

Date: October 1983 Getting Started on Your Dragon

by Tim Hartnell, Robert Young
Edition    Softcover
Paperback: 174 pages
Publisher: Futura Publications (Oct 1983)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0708824447
ISBN-13: 978-0708824443

Platform: Dragon 32

Date: Unknown Software Engineering Volume 2 Computers and Information Sciences

Author:  Julius T Tou
Format:  Hardback
297 pages
Publish Date: 1969
ISBN 0126962022

Platform:

Date: 1984 Projects for Programs

Projects for Programs (Computer Science)
(ISBN: 0721495141 / 0-7214-9514-1 )
Derek Blease
Paperback: 32 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0721495141
ISBN-13: 978-0721495149

Date: 1984 Introducing the Sinclair QL

The Sinclair QL series)
Garry Marshall (Author)
Paperback: 175 pages
Publisher: Hutchinson 1984
ISBN-10: 009158941X
ISBN-13: 978-0091589417
Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

Platform: QL

Date: 1980 6502 Software Design

by Leo J. Scanlon
Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : H. W. Sams, c1980.
ISBN: 0672216566   DDC: 1.642   LCC: QA76.8
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Dewey Class: 1.642 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.8
Soft-cover 270 pages

Platform: 6502

Date: Unknown The Mythical Man-Month

Essays on Software Engineering

Author:  Frederick P Brooks Jr
Format:  Softback
195 pages
Publish Date: 1982
ISBN 0201006502

Platform:

Date: 1984 Micros Are Fun

Micros Are Fun By Tony Gray
Paperback: 32 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0721495125

Date: Unknown Software Portability An Advanced Course

Author:  P J Brown and others
Format:  Hardback
195 pages
Publish Date: 1977
Publisher  Cambridge University Press
ISBN 0521214858

Platform:

Date: September 1968 Computers: Planning for People

Computers: Planning for People (Modern Management S.) [Hardcover]
Enid Mumford (Author), Thomas B. Ward (Author)
Hardcover: 176 pages
Publisher: Batsford (Sep 1968)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0713409010
ISBN-13: 978-0713409017

Platform: people

Date: 1970 ICL ALGOL Student Edition

Published 1970 by ICL

Contents:

Computer Design & Computer Programming
Fundamental ALGOL Programming
ALGOL on 1900 Series Computers
The ALGOL Report

Platform: Algol

Date: Unknown Introduction to Computer Science

Format:  Softback
268 pages
Publish Date: 1981
Publisher  Barnes & Noble
ISBN0064601835

Platform:

Date: 1964 Computer Programming and Autocodes

Computer Programming and Autocodes (Applied Mathematics Series.)
by David Greive Burnett-Hall, L. A. G. Dresel and P. A. Samet
106 pages Hardback
Release date: 1964

Platform: autocodes

Date: 1983 Sinclair ZX Spectrum Micro-PROLOG Primer

by K L Clark, F G McCabe and J R Ennals 1983
302 pages small format paperback

Micro-PROLOG is the name of a variant or dialect of Prolog , initially created to microcomputer of 8 bits, popularized in the early of 1980 . Fue usado en la enseñanza pública, normalmente como introducción a la programación lógica ya la Inteligencia Artificial . Was used in public education, usually as an introduction to logic programming and Artificial Intelligence .

Sinclair Research launched a package that includes a 'primer' on the language, Micro Prolog, together with a cassette containing the interpreter and a few example programs. Prolog is the language that the Japanese have selected as a major component in their ambitious project for a new breed of computers called the Fifth Generation - planned for the next decade. And considering the Japanese designers are hoping to build computers that can emulate human reasoning powers, it's hardly surprising that the programming language they have chosen is a few light years away from homely old Basic.The name Prolog is derived from the phrase 'programming in logic'. The language was originally developed at the University of Marseilles about ten years ago,

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Annual Review of Information Science and Technology

Volume 16

Author:  Martha E Williams
Format:  hardback
422 pages
Publish Date: 1981
Publisher  Knowledge Industry Publications

Platform:

Date: 18th August 1983 A Child's Guide to the BBC Micro

A Child's Guide to the BBC Micro (Paperback)
by John Dewhirst (Author)

Paperback: 94 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (18 Aug 1983)
Language English

ISBN-10: 0521277302
ISBN-13: 978-0521277303
Product Dimensions: 22.8 x 15.2 x 0.6 cm

Author: John Dewhirst
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1972 GPSS Primer

GPSS Primer by Stanley Greenberg
ISBN    0471324906 / 9780471324904 / 0-471-32490-6
Publisher    Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited, John
Language English
Edition Hardcover 1972
324 pages

Platform: gpss

Date: 1983 Commodore 64 computing

Ian Sinclair.
ISBN-13: 9780131523067
ISBN-10: 0131523066
Published 1983 by Granada in London
Paperback
Number of pages 133

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: Unknown Computing Science

Author:  D C Palmer / B D Morris
Format:  Softback
397 pages
Publish Date: 198
Publisher  Edward Arnold
ISBN 0713125381

Platform:

Date: 1965 Modern control systems theory

Modern control systems theory by Masanao Aoki and others. Edited by Cornelius T. Leondes.
Published 1965 by McGraw-Hill in New York .1965
486 pages Hardback

Platform: control

Date: June 1983 DFS Manual BBC Micro

DFS Manual foir the BBC Micro by Matthew Rapier of Watford Electronics

Kindly donated by Tony Young

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1971 SCEPTRE: a computer program for circuit and systems analysis

By James C. Bowers and Stephen R. Sedore
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.
Published 1971
455 pages. illustrated.1971

Platform: sceptre

Date: 1982 The Spectrum Handbook

ISBN: 071260152X / 0-7126-0152-X
by Tim Langdell
Publisher: Century,
Publication Date: 1982.
Publication Place: London :
216 pages
ISBN: 071260152X (pbk)
Subject: Sinclair ZX Spectrum (Computer)
Sinclair ZX Spectrum microcomputer systems

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Advances in Information Systems Science Volume 1

Author:  Julius T Tou
Format:  Hardback
301 pages
Publish Date: 1969
Publisher  Plenum Press

Platform:

Date: 1983 Pace Commstar

Pace Commstar manual for the ROM based intelligent communication facility for the BBC Micro

Kindly donated by Tony Young

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: February 1976 Computer and Job-shop Scheduling Theory

Edited by Edward G. Coffman
Hardcover: 312 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (February 1976)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471163198
ISBN-13: 978-0471163190

Platform: theory

Date: 1983 Get more from the Atari

Author:     Ian Sinclair
ISBN:     0246121491 9780246121493
OCLC Number:     12453460
148 pages illustrated

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: Unknown Advances in Information Systems Science Volume 2

Author:  Julius T Tou
Format:  Hardback
351 pages
Publish Date: 1969
Publisher  Plenum Press

Platform:

Date: 1st June 1992 A Dabhand guide: Mastering 1st Word Plus

Wordprocessing on the Acorn Archimedes

Have you bought 1st word Plus, or perhaps got it with the Learning Curve, but can't make it do all you want to do? Are you new to word-processing and need an easy guide to help you along? Mastering 1st Word Plus will help you get the most from 1st Word Plus, whether you are new to the program or an old hand who would like to tackle 1st Mail.

A step-by-step guide that takes you through all the features of 1st Word Plus from installation to mail-merge, Mastering 1st Word Plus is comprehensive, thorough and easy to read.

An accompanying disc has easy-to-follow tutorials and lots of useful files that show you how to use 1st Mail, how to use pictures with 1st Word Plus and how to lay out your documents. There are some extra printer drivers, and a header file to turn Edit files into 1st Word Plus files.

The book includes:

• How to use a word-processor if you are used to a typewriter
• How to type, edit, style and lay out text in 1st word Plus
• Using graphics in 1st Word documents
• Using 1st Word Plus with other applications, such as desktop publishing packages
• Using 1st Mail, including 1st Mail command files
• Writing printer drivers

Anne Rooney is a freelance writer and editor who has been writing about computers and software for eight years, and has specialised in Acorn Computers for the last six years. She has written manuals for Acorn Computers, and wrote Archimedes First Steps for Dabs Press.

Author: Anne Rooney
Platform:

Date: Unknown Practical Systems Design

Author:  Alan Daniels / Don Yates
Format:  Softback
258 pages
Publish Date: 1984
Publisher  Pitman
ISBN 0273019392

Platform:

Date: January 1983 Creative Graphics on the BBC Microcomputer

Creative Graphics on the BBC Microcomputer (Paperback)
by John Cownie (Author)
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Acornsoft (Jan 1983)
Language English
ISBN-10: 090787603X
ISBN-13: 978-0907876038

Kindly donated by Tony Young

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1974 The Effective Computer

A Management by Objectives Approach by Kit Grindley and John Humble
Textbook Binding: 187 pages
Publisher: AMACOM (1974)
ISBN-10: 0814453341
ISBN-13: 978-0814453346

A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. By the end of the next decade the computer industry will have become the third largest industry in the world. However there exist large gaps in computer knowledge, skills, and understanding at the management level. An incompany training course to alleviate this situation is described.

Platform:

Date: 1983 Spectrum Graphics

by Nick Hampshire
ISBN    0715617001 / 9780715617007 / 0-7156-1700-1
Publisher    Duckworth & Company, Limited, Gerald
Language    English
Edition    Softcover
Second Impression 1983

Topics covered include:-Using color- Two dimensional shape plotting- Shape plotting- Shape scaling and stretching- Shape movement- Shape rotation- Plotting using matrix manipulation- Three dimensional shape plotting.
Spectrum Graphics is a must for every Spectrum user who wishes to use the machine to its maximum graphics display potential.

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1984 Amstrad DDI-1 User Instructions

Amstrad Disc Drive & Interface DDI-1 Manual.

Date: Unknown Systems Development: Strategies and Techniques

Author:  D Law and G Longworth
Format:  Softback
257 pages
Publish Date: 1987
Publisher  NCC Publications
ISBN 0850125308

Platform:

Date: 1982 Pascal Programming Structures for Motorola l Microprocessors

Pascal Programming Structures for Motorola Microprocessors (Paperback)
by George W. Cherry (Author)

Paperback: 359 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0835954714
ISBN-13: 978-0835954716

Author: George W. Cherry
Platform:

Date: January 1983 Graphs and Charts on the BBC Microcomputer

Graphs and Charts on the BBC Microcomputer (Paperback)
by Robert D. Harding (Author)
Paperback: 110 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd (Jan 1983)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0907876048
ISBN-13: 978-0907876045

Kindly donated by Tony Young

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1980 Compstat 1988 - Proceedings in Computational Statistics

4th Symposium Held in Edinburgh 1980
634 pages
Paperback, Physica-Verlag, November 1980
ISBN:3790802298

Platform: compstat

Date: 1983 Spectrum Programmes Volume 1

Publisher    Duckworth
Author Nick Hampshire
ISBN-10    0715617044
Published 1983
182 pages + Index

This book provides the reader with a range of useful and interesting programmes for the Spectrum. Edited by Nick Hampshire, publisher for Commodore Computing International, the programme topics include:-Music-Games-Utilities-Graphics-Functional programmes, etc. Spectrum Programmes 1 is a basic book for every user of the Spectrum.

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Introducing Systems Design

Author:  Steve Skidmore and Brenda Wroe
Format:  Softback
308 pages
Publish Date: 1990
Publisher  NCC Publications
ISBN 085012638X

Platform:

Date: 2017 Analogue Computation - The Forgotten Technology

This book provides 'A Short History of Analogue Computers, Hybrid Computers and their Application, with emphasis on the UK.'  It was written by Michael G Brown after visits to the Centre for Computing History and the National Museum of Computing.  Brown considered analogue computing to be underrepresented at both sites and wrote this book to begin rectifying the issue.

Author: Michael G Brown
Platform:

Date: 1980 Epson FX/Kaga Printer Commands for the BBC Micro

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Introducing Systems Analysis

Author:  Steve Skidmore and Brenda Wroe
Format:  Softback
244 pages
Publish Date: 1988
Publisher  NCC Publications
ISBN 0850126304

Platform:

Date: 1992 AMOS Professional User Guide

The ultimate programming tool for your Amiga.

By Mel Croucher and Stephen Hill.

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: Unknown Information Systems Development for Managers

Format:  Softback
192 pages
Publish Date: 1989
Publisher  The Open University
ISBN 0749247487

Platform:

Date: Unknown Complete Systems Analysis

Author:  james & Suzanne Robertson
Format:  Softback
612 pages
Publish Date: 1998
Publisher  Dorset House Publishing
ISBN 09326633501

Platform:

Date: 1983 The Micro Maze - A Guide To Personal Computing

A 134 page guide with subjects ranging from why to buy a Micro to coding and light pens.

ISBN: 0-7447-0000-0

Platform:

Date: 1982 VIC Revealed

by Nick Hampshire.
Published 1982 by Duckworth in London .
Written in English.
267 pages illustrated

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: VIC 20

Date: Unknown Computer Peripherals

Author:  Barry Wilkinson
Format:  Softback
310 pages
Publish Date: 1990
Publisher  Hodder & stoughton Educational
ISBN 0340236523

Platform:

Date: 1981 68000 Assembly Language Programming

68000 Ass.Lang.Program
by Kane (Author)
Paperback
Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill (1 April 1982)
ISBN-10: 0079310621
ISBN-13: 978-0079310620

Platform: 68000

Date: 1983 Vic Programmes: Volume 1

by Nick Hampshire
ISBN 10: 0715617060
ISBN 13: 9780715617069
186 illustrated pages

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: Vic

Date: Unknown The Application of Mini- and Micro- Computers in Information, Documentation and Libraries

Volume 3 Contemporary Topics in Information Transfer

Author:  C Keren / L Perimutter
Format:  Hardback
801 pages
Publish Date: 1983
Publisher  Elseveier Science Publishers
ISBN 0444867678

Platform:

Date: 1984 Sinclair ZX Spectrum Logo 1 Turtle Graphics

by Ellen Sparer
84 illustrated pages

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1984 Basic Computer Programming for Teachers

Author AJD Spain, via North East London Polytechnic.
42 pages, A4 softback

Author: AJD Spain
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Design of Digital Computers

Author:  Hans W Gschwind
Format:  Hardback
520 pages
Publish Date: 1967
Publisher  Springer-Verlag

Platform:

Date: Unknown Memotech MTX Program Book

Author: Peter Goode
Format:  Softback
125 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Phoenix Publishing
ISBN 0946576181

Platform:

Date: July 1983 Programming the 8086/8088

(Paperback)
by James W. Coffron
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Sybex Inc; 1st edition (July 1983)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0895881209
ISBN-13: 978-0895881205
Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.8 x 1 inches

Platform: 8086

Date: 1983 Sinclair ZX Spectrum Micro-PROLOG Reference Manual

Sinclair ZX Spectrum Micro-PROLOG Reference Manual
Year of release 1983
Publisher    Sinclair Research Ltd (UK)
Author(s)    F.G. McCabe, K.L. Clark, D.R. Brough
Type    Book: Spiral bound
ISBN    1-85016-017-1
132 pages

Micro-PROLOG is the name of a variant or dialect of Prolog , initially created to microcomputer of 8 bits, popularized in the early of 1980.

Sinclair Research launched a package that includes a 'primer' on the language, Micro Prolog, together with a cassette containing the interpreter and a few example programs. Prolog is the language that the Japanese have selected as a major component in their ambitious project for a new breed of computers called the Fifth Generation - planned for the next decade. And considering the Japanese designers are hoping to build computers that can emulate human reasoning powers, it's hardly surprising that the programming language they have chosen is a few light years away from homely old Basic.The name Prolog is derived from the phrase 'programming in logic'. The language was originally developed at the University of Marseilles about ten years ago,

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Communcations Architecture for Distributed Systems

Author:  R J Cypser
Format:  Hardback
711 pages
Publish Date: 1978
ISBN 0201144581

Platform:

Date: Unknown Memotech Computing

Author: Ian Sinclair
Format:  Softback
186 pages
Publish Date  1984
ISBN 0246124083

Platform:

Date: 1986 Microprocessor sourcebook

Microprocessor sourcebook by George Loveday
Published in 1986, Pitman, Wiley (London, New York)
By statement: George Loveday.
Language: English
Pagination: viii, 247 p. :
ISBN 10: 0273021540, 0470203412
LCCN: 86007814
Dewey: 621.391/6
LC: TK7804 .L68 1986

Platform:

Date: 1st February 1989 BBCBASIC(Z-80) Reference Manual for the Z-88

BBC BASIC Z-80 Reference Manual for the Z-88
D. Mounter: BBC BASIC Z-80 Reference Manual for the Z-88
by D. Mounter
First Edition
Paperback, M-TEC Computer Services (UK), 1st February 1989
ISBN: 9781871895001 / 1871895006
Pages: 500

Platform: Z80

Date: Unknown Annual Review in Automatic Programming

Volume 2

Author:  Richard Goodman
Format:  Hardback
394 pages
Publisher  Pergammon Press
Publish Date 1961

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Aquarius and how to get the most from it

Author:  Ian Sinclair
Format:  Softback
124 pages
Publish Date  1984
ISBN 0246122951

Platform:

Date: 1986 An introduction to 68000 assembly language

An introduction to 68000 assembly language
by R. A. Penfold, J. W. Penfold
Binding: Small Format Paperback
100 pages
Publisher: Bernard Babani Publishing
Date Published: 1986
ISBN-13: 9780859341585
ISBN: 0859341585

Platform: 68000

Date: Unknown Online Searching Made Simple

Author:  G Goldsmith / P Williams
Format:  Softback
113  pages
Publish Date: 1986
Publisher  The British Library
ISBN 0712330593

Platform: Internet

Date: Unknown Kids and the Amiga Second Edition

Author:  Edward H Carlson
Format:  Softback
271 pages
Publish Date  1922
Publisher  Compute Books
ISBN 0874552524

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1982 Signetics S68000 User's GUide

Signetics S68000 User's Guide
144 page small paperback format
1982

Platform: 68000

Date: Unknown Games for your Oric

Author:  Peter Shaw
Format:  Softback
126 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Virgin
ISBN 090708091

Platform:

Date: December 1989 ICL Series 39 An Introduction to VME

This ICL Series 39 An Introduction to VME is a quality publication of 168 pages with coloured illustrations
The ICL Series 39 was a range of mainframe and minicomputer computer systems released by the UK manufacturer ICL in 1985.

The Series 39 range was based upon the New Range concept and the VME operating system from the company's ICL 2900 line, and was introduced as two ranges:

Series 39 "Estriel" systems (Series 39 Level 40 and above, including multinodes), which replaced previous mid-range and large processors from the 2900 range, and needed a full computer room environment
Series 39 DM1 systems (up to Series 39 Level 30), which were intended to replace the smaller processors such as the ICT1901/2, the ICL2903/4 and the ME29 ranges. These brought mainframe class operating system facilities into the office environment, a first for ICL

The original Series 39 introduced the "S3L" processors and microcodes, and a nodal architecture (see ICL VME) which is a form of Non-Uniform Memory Access which allowed nodes to be up to 500 metres apart.

The Series 39 range introduced Nodal Architecture, a novel implementation of distributed shared memory that can be seen as a hybrid of a multiprocessor system and a cluster design. Each machine consists of a number of nodes, and each node contains its own order-code processor and main memory. Virtual machines are typically located (at any one time) on one node, but have the capability to run on any node and to be relocated from one node to another. Discs and other peripherals are shared between nodes. Nodes are connected using a high-speed optical bus using multiple fibre optic cables, which is used to provide applications with a virtual shared memory. Memory segments that are marked as shared (public or global segments) are replicated to each node, with updates being broadcast over the inter-node network. Processes which use unshared memory segments (nodal or local) run in complete isolation from other nodes and processes.

The semaphore instructions prove their worth by controlling access to the shared writable memory segments while allowing the contents to be moved around efficiently.

Overall, a well configured Series 39 with VME had an architecture which can provide a significant degree of proofing against disasters, a nod to the abortive VME/T ideas of the previous decade.

This book is in pristine condotion and was veryvkindly donated by Tony Priest

Platform: ICL

Date: 1977 International microcomputers, minicomputers, microprocessors '77

International microcomputers, minicomputers, microprocessors '77 : the proceedings of an international conference, Palais des Expositions, Geneva, 24-26 May 1977 / organized by the Industrial and Scientific Conference Management Inc

Description     Guildford, Eng. : IPC Science and Technology Press, 1977.
367 pages : illustrated
ISBN     0902852787

Includes bibliographical references.
Subjects: Microcomputers - Congresses.  |  Minicomputers - Congresses.  |  Microprocessors - Congresses.
Mini/Microcomputers in real-time systems
Multi-processor systems - intelligent terminals
Mini/Microcomputers in commercial applications
Mini/MIicrocomputers in industrial control and automation

This book was very kindly donated by William R (Bill) Nayland

Platform: geneva

Date: 1983 Easy programming for the Commodore 64

Ian Stewart and Robin Jones.
Published 1983 by Shiva Publishing in Nantwich
203 pages
ISBN: 090681264X / 0-906812-64-X

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 1 - List Processing

Author:  J M Foster
Format:  Hardback
54 pages
Publish Date: 1967
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356022250

Platform:

Date: January 1994 The Essentials Of COBOL II

The Essentials Of COBOL II (essential Series)(Paperback - Jan 1994)
by Research & Education Association (Author), Ruknet Cezzar

Book: The Essentials Of Cobol II (essential Series)
Author: Research & Education Association, Ruknet Cezzar
ISBN: 0878916806
ISBN-13: 9780878916801, 978-0878916801
Binding: Paperback
Publishing Date: Jan 1994
Publisher: Research & Education Association
Number of Pages: 112
Language: English

Reviews table handling, file processing, subprogram interface, advanced features, a comparison of COBOL-74 and COBOL-85, and ANSI COBOL reserved words.

Platform:

Date: MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 2 - A Comparative Study of Programming Languages

Author:  Bryan Higman
Format:  Hardback
164 pages
Publish Date: 1967
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356022196

Platform:

Date: Unknown Atari 130XE Machine Language for the Absolute Beginner

Author:  Kevin Bergin
Format:  Softback
154 pages
Publish Date  1985
Publisher  Melbourne House
ISBN 0861612000

Platform:

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 3 - Recursive Techniques in Programming

Author:  D W BArron
Format:  Hardback
64 pages
Publish Date: 1968
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356022013

Platform:

Date: Unknown Inside Atari Basic

Author:  Bill Carris
Format:Softback
181 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Reston Publishing
ISBN 0835930815

Platform:

Date: May 1997 Pascal Programming Made Simple

Paperback
Author: P.K. McBride
Release Date: May 1997
ISBN-10: 0750632429
ISBN-13: 9780750632423

Reviews:
"I bought this book to help me with my AS Computing course as Pascal is one of the languages we have to learn. It was very helpful with nice code samples, well annotated lines and practise exercises. Worth every penny!

This is a great book for the beginner programmer wanting to learn something simple and quick, if you are starting pascal or delphi.

This book was an excellent read and further more an excellent reference book. Although I was not new to programming, I was new to pascal.

This book filters out the crap and really shows you what you need to know. If you are an a-level student needing help with pascal, get this book now.

It helped me to complete my project with ease.

With really great coverage of file organisation methods (serial, random, pointers etc) it really will help you."

Platform: Pascal

Date: Unknown Your First Atari Program

Author:  Rodnay Zaks
Format:  Softback
189 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Berkley
ISBN 0895881306

Platform:

Date: 23rd March 1998 Mastering Pascal and Delphi Programming

Mastering Pascal and Delphi Programming (Palgrave Master) (Paperback)
by William Buchanan (Author)

Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (March 23, 1998)
ISBN-10: 0333730070
ISBN-13: 978-0333730072
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.1 x 1 inches

This work provides an introduction to programming with Pascal and extends this to show how Borland Delphi is used to develop Microsoft Windows programs. It provides real life applications and splits into three main sections: Pascal programming, Pascal applications, and Delphi programming. Practical applications include: software interrupts, hardware interrupts, graphics, date and time, system commands, RS 232 and parallel ports. This work is intended for GNVQ, A Level, further and adult education, first year undergraduate students, and for professionals and computing enthusiasts.

Donated by Pam D'Arcy

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1985 The Research and Academic Users Guide to the IBM Personal Computer

edited by Paul Barnetson for IBM United Kingdom Limited 1985
140 pages

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: IBM PC

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 6 - Assemblers and Loaders

Author:  D W Barron
Format:  Hardback
90 pages
Publish Date: 1969
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356040143

Platform:

Date: Unknown using Locomotice Basic 2 on the Amstrad PC1512

Author:  Robert Ransom
Format:  Softback
138 pages
Publish Date  1987
Publisher  Sigma
ISBN 9781850580737

Platform:

Date: January 1988 The Concise Atari ST 68000 Programmer's Reference Guide

The Concise Atari ST 68000 Programmer's Reference Guide (Atari-ST Series)
Author: Katherine Peel
Publisher: Glentop

reference guide
K. D. PeelChange Cover Other titles: The concise Atari ST 68000 programmer's reference guide.
By statement: by K.D. Peel.
Series: Atari ST series
Language: English
Edition: Fully revised.
Pagination: 1 v. (various pagings) :
ISBN 10: 1851811729
Dewey: 004.165
LC: QA76.8.A824

Originally published, 1986. Includes index. Cover title, The concise Atari ST 68000 programmer's reference guide.
January 1988

Donated by Pam D'Arcy

Platform: Atari ST

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 7 - Automatic Syntactic Analysis

Author:  J M foster
Format:  Hardback
65 pages
Publish Date: 1970
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356026965

Platform:

Date: Unknown Using DOS Plus on the Amstrad PC

Author:  Stephen Morris
Format:  Softback
217 pages
Publish Date  1986
Publisher  Glentop
ISBN 9781851810635

Platform:

Date: Unknown Mac's For Dummies

Mac's For Dummiesn - 5th Edition. Published 1979

Platform:

Date: 1975 Transmission and display of pictorial information

Transmission and display of pictorial information by D. E. Pearson
Bib ID 133025
Format Hardback Book
Author Pearson, D. E. (Donald Edwin)
Publisher London : Pentech Press Ltd., 1975.
Printer
Description viii, 225 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

ISBN 0727321013 :  0727321013
Notes Includes index.  Bibliography: p. [209]-218.

Author: D E Pearson
Platform:

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 8 - Compiling Techniques

Author:  F R A Hoppgood
Format:  Hardback
126 pages
Publish Date: 1969
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356024741

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Amstrad PC Programmer's Reference Guide

Author:  Kathleen87 Peel
Format:  Softback
Publish Date  1987
Publisher  Gelntop
ISBN 9781851810842

Platform:

Date: 2012 Managed Print Services: High-impact Technology - What You Need to Know

The book is a type of encyclopaedia including a wide range of technology topics each supplemented by a rich set of references. A short, well sourced, chapter on LEO Computers, page 50-56, is included.

To see a preview of this book, click on the following link :
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#OBJECT=50681#

Author: Kevin Roebuck
Platform:

Date: 1999 Creating Web Pages For Dummies

Creating Web Pages For Dummies 4th Edition. Published 1999

Platform:

Date: January 1987 Atari S. T. Internals: The Authoritative Insider's Guide

Atari S. T. Internals: The Authoritative Insider's Guide (Paperback)
by Rolf Bruckmann, K Gerits & L Englisch
Paperback: 494 pages
Publisher: Abacus Software (Jan 1987)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0916439461
ISBN-13: 978-0916439460

Donated by Pam D'Arcy

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1983 A Pocket Handbook for the Commodore 64

by Peter Gerrard, Danny Doyle
ISBN    0715617877 / 9780715617878 / 0-7156-1787-7
Publisher    Gerals Duckworth & Company, Limited
Language    English
1983
Format: Paperback (96 pages)

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1989 A First Course in Information Technology

by Leslie Cowan and Jane Higgins
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press Reprinted 1989
Language English
ISBN-10: 0198327498
ISBN-13: 978-0198327493

Product Description
This book is a practical introduction to information technology and microcomputing, covering word processing, databases, spreadsheets, business applications software and communications systems such as Videotex. The syllabus coverage includes many of the objectives of Introductory Level modules of CGLI 726 and other CGLI schemes, RSA Computer Literacy and Information Technology Scheme, CPVE core skills and preparatory modules, AEB Basic Test in Computer Studies, Cambridge Information Technology and schemes within the TVEI and GCSE courses with an IT component and also Business and Office Studies courses. Supporting software is also available. This Tutor's Manual provides statements of learning objectives, lesson notes and photocopyable worksheets and OHP masters.

Platform: information technology

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 10 - Executive Programs and Operating Systems

Author:  G Cuttle / P B Robinson
Format:  Hardback
116 pages
Publish Date: 1970
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356028046

Platform:

Date: Unknown Locoscript 2 on the Amstrad PCW

Author:  Ian Sinclair
Format:  Softback
164 pages
Publish Date  1987
Publisher  BSP Professional Books
ISBN 0632021853

Platform:

Date: April 1991 The Little Mac Book

Neil J. Salkind (Author)
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: Que (April 1991)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 088022651X
ISBN-13: 978-0880226516
Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 4.7 x 0.5 inches

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: Apple Mac

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 12 - Computer-based Library and Information Systems

Author:  J P Henley
Format:  Hardback
105 pages
Publish Date: 1970
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356039781

Platform:

Date: Unknown Computer-Based Systems

Author:  John Race
Format:  Softback
216 pages
Publish Date  1977
Publisher  Teach Yourself Books / Hooder & Stoughton
ISBN 0340207728

Platform:

Date: 1982 The Art of Programming the 16K ZX81

ISBN: 0859340899 / 0-85934-089-9
by M James and S M Gee
Published 1982 by Bernard Babani
126 illustrated pages - paperback

This book was kindly donated by Rodney Dale

Platform: zx81

Date: July 1982 Explorer's Guide to the ZX81

by Mike Lord
ISBN: 0907892027 / 0-907892-02-7
Edition 2 July 1982
Paperback
152 illustrated pages

Platform: zx81

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 14 - Optimum Packing and Depletion

Author:  A R BRown
Format:  Hardback
107 pages
Publish Date: 1971
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356036499

Platform:

Date: Unknown Microsoft Access 2 for Windows

Author:  Stephen L Nelson
Format:  Softback
169 pages
Publish Date  1994
Publisher  Microsoft Press
ISBN 9781556155819

Platform:

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 15 - The Programmer's Introduction to LISP

Author:  W D Maurer
Format:  Hardback
112 pages
Publish Date: 1972
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356039803

Platform:

Date: Unknown Information technology: Social Issues

Format:  Softback
314 pages
Publish Date  1987
Publisher  Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN 0340416696

Platform:

Date: Unknown MacDonald Computer Monographs No. 17 - Introduction to Operating Systems

Author:  A J T Colin
Format:  Hardback
120 pages
Publish Date: 1971
Publisher  MacDonald & Co
SBN 356038688

Platform:

Date: Unknown Step-by-Step Programming Commodore 64

Author:  Phil Cornes
Format:  Softback
64 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Dorling Kindersley
ISBN 086318040

Platform:

Date: Unknown 6800 Programming for Logic Design

ISBN : 0-931988-05-5

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Database Primer

Author:  Rose Deakin
Format:  Softback
154 pages
Publish Date: 1983
Publisher  Centruy Publishing
ISBN 0712602097

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Complete Commodore 64

Author:  Allan Scott
Format:  Softback
488 pages
Publish Date  1984
ISBN 0246125802

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Personal Computer

Featuring :

Apple II
IBM PC
Apple Macintosh
Bill Gates
Gary Kildall

Author: The Editors of Time-Life Books
Platform:

Date: 1984 B. B. C. Micro (Beginner's Guides)

`Richard Graves, David GravesPublisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd Release date: Mar 1984Language: EnglishNumber of Pages: 72 pages ISBN-10: 0862720966ISBN-13: 978-0862720964`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Data Base in Perspective

Author:  B Davis
Format:  Softback
110 pages
Publish Date: 1980
Publisher  NCC Publications
ISBN 0850122198

Platform:

Date: Unknown I Wish I knew about the Commodore 64

Author:  Jonathan Chapple
Format:  Softback
99 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Pitman
ISBN 0273022083

Platform:

Date: 10th August 2006 Making the most of the Internet

Making The Most Of The Internet
James Miller

Author: James Miller
Platform: Internet

Date: July 1987 Metafont: The Program - Computers & Typesetting

Metafont: The Program,
Source  Pages: 592
Medium: Hardcover
Year of Publication: July 1987
ISBN:0201134381
Author  Donald Ervin Knuth
Publisher Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc.  Boston, MA, USA

Author: Donald Ervin Knuth
Platform:

Date: 1984 Micros in Control

By Gerald Bettridge
Longman Micro Guides
ISBN-10: 0582389216
ISBN-13: 9780582389212
Format:     Paperback 96 pages
Publication Year:     1984

Platform: Micros

`Author: Alex GollnerPublisher: Virgin Books 126 pagesPublication date: 1984.Language: EnglishBrowse category: Non-Fiction: Computing, Technology and EngineeringISBN: 0863690750`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Micro Man

Living and Growing with Computers

Author:  Gordon Pask & susan Curran
Format:  Hardback
221 pages
Publish Date: 1982
Publisher  Century Publications
ISBN 071260006X

Platform:

Date: Unknown Artificial Intelligence for the Commodore 64

Author:  Thimothy J O'Malley
Format:  Softback
129 pages
Publish Date  1985
Publisher  TAb Books
ISBN 083061883

Platform:

Date: October 1964 Computer Programming Concepts

The teacher-student approach to computer programming concepts
Revised edition
CDC Control data corporation
October 1964
Large format  paperback

Author: CDC
Platform:

Date: Unknown Me & My Micro

The BASIC Listings for the Acorn Electron and Sinclair Spectrum Computers.

Platform: Acorn Electron

Date: 1984 Micro Games (PUFFIN BOOKS)

```by Patrick Bossert; Philippa Dickinson
For the BBC Micro
ISBN 13: 9780140316674
ISBN 10: 0140316671
Paperback 140 pages
Uk: Puffin Books, August 1983```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Mathematical Recreations

Author:  W W Rouse Ball
Format:  Hardback
418 pages
Publish Date:
Publisher  MacMillan & Co

Platform:

Date: April 1967 Mathematical Methods for Digital Computers Volume 1

Mathematical Methods for Digital Computers (Hardcover)
by Anthony Ralston (Editor), Herbert S. Wilf (Editor)
Hardcover: 305 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (December 1967)
ISBN-10: 0471706892
ISBN-13: 978-0471706892
April 1967

Author: Anthony Ralston (Editor), Herbert S. Wilf (Editor)
Platform:

Date: 1st November 1991 Authorized Uncensored Leisure Suit Larry Bedside Companion

Authorized Uncensored Leisure Suit Larry Bedside Companion, Second Edition [Paperback]
Peter Spear
Paperback: 331 pages
Publisher: Random House Information Group; 2nd edition (November 1, 1991)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0553351451
ISBN-13: 978-0553351453
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.3 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces

Amazon Review:
This book is much more informative than *The Official Book of Leisure Suit Larry*. It doesn't give hints, it tells you exactly what to do. Deciphering hints is fun, but not when you're trying to relax on your summer vacation by playing what you thought would be an easy computer game. It also includes Larry's story of how be became to be the leisure suit wearing babe magnet god that he is. If you love Leisure Suit Larry, you'll love this book.

Kindly donated by Graham Easton

Platform: Leisure Suit Larry

Date: 1993 A Dabhand Guide - BASIC WIMP - Programming on the Acorn

Platform:

Date: 1985 BBC Micro wargaming

```by Owen Bishop and Audrey Bishop.
Published 1985 by Collins in London .
Genre Acorn Electron, Wargaming
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 793/.9
Library of Congress U310
Number of pages 256```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 Cracking the code on the BBC micro

`(Pan/Personal Computer News computer library), by Benni Notarianni, Paperback 288 pages (1984), Publisher: Macmillan; ISBN: 0330286668`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1962 The arithmetic of computers

The arithmetic of computers; an introduction to binary and octal mathematics.
by Norman A. Crowder
Contributions: Goodman, Richard.
By statement: by Norman A.Crowder ; ConsultantEditor:Richard Goodman.
Series: Tutor texts
Language: English
Third Edition 1962
Pagination: viii,472p. ;
Subject: Computers — Mathematics.
Binary system (Mathematics)
Octal system.

Author: Norman A. Crowder
Platform:

Date: 1986 Medusa Guide to Databases

Platform:

Date: 1984 Guide to the BBC ROMs

```by Don Thomasson.
Published 1984 by Melbourne House in Richmond .
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/42
Library of Congress QA76.8.B3/
Number of pages 231
ID Numbers
Open Library OL16756973M
OCLC/WorldCat 12723070```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1956 Experience of a General Purpose Computer

A bound collection of articles called The Electronic Office, assembled by the Office Management Association following their conference in April 1956. Assembled by David Caminer. Bound volume held by Hilary Caminer.

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Author: David Caminer
Platform:

Date: Unknown The Dragon 32 Dragon Companion

The Dragon 32 Dragon Companion by M Jarvis
61 Pages

Author: IM Jarvis
Platform: Dragon 32

Date: October 1975 Dynamic information and library processing

Dynamic information and library processing by Gerard Salton
Hardcover: 523 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (Oct 1975)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0132213257
ISBN-13: 978-0132213257

Author: Gerard Salton
Platform:

Date: 1985 Database Management On The Sinclair QL

The Sinclair QL Series
ISBN: 0091605512 / 0-09-160551-2
by Mike 'Reilly
Publisher     Hutchinson Computer Publishing
ISBN-10    0091605512
Published 1985
Paperback 192 pages

Description:
Sinclair QL series. Illustrated with figures throughout. Glossary. Index.

Platform: QL

Date: 1987 Medusa Guide to Spreadsheets

Platform:

Date: 1986 Atari ST 3D Graphics Programming

`(Data Becker Book)Published June 1986 by Abacus Software . Written in English.Paperback Number of pages 300Dimensions 9.8 x 7.2 x 1 inchesID NumbersOpen Library OL11434887MISBN 10 0916439690ISBN 13 9780916439699`

Platform: Atari ST

Date: Unknown First Steps with your Commodore 64

Author:  Carolyn Hughes
Format:  Softback
128 pages
Publish Date  1985
Publisher  Fontana
ISBN 0006924549

Platform:

Date: March 1957 Digital Computer Programming

Digital Computer Programming by D D McCracken
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
253 pages
March 1957

Author: D D McCracken
Platform:

Date: 28th February 1985 Inside the Sinclair Q. L.

An Introductory Guide to the Hardware
By: Jeff Naylor and Diane Rogers
ISBN-13: 9780946408405
ISBN-10: 0946408408
Format: Paperback 160 pages
Publication Date: 28 Feb 1985

Platform: QL

Date: 1987 Compute! 's Technical Reference Guide Atari ST Vol. 2

`Leemon, SheldonISBN-10: 0874551145ISBN-13: 9780874551143Publisher:	Compute Publications International, LimitedBinding:	Trade PaperPages:	330`

Platform: Atari ST

Author:  Peter Jackson / Peter Goode
Format:  Softback
157 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Phoenix
ISBN 094657619

Platform:

Date: 1986 Medusa Guide to Word Processing

Platform:

Date: Unknown First Steps iin Machine Code on your C64

Author:  Ross Symons
Format:  Softback
120 pages
Publish Date  1984
ISBN 0552991287

Platform:

Date: Unknown Useful Subroutines for the Commodore 64

Author:  Ian Sinclair
Format:  Softback
118 pages
Publish Date  1985
Publisher  Collins
ISBN 0003830128

Platform:

Date: 1976 Why Distributed Computing?

Kindly donated by Peter & Jean Fox

Author: Down, P. J.; Taylor, F. E.
Platform: distributed computing

Date: January 1987 Microprocessor Fundamentals

Microprocessor Fundamentals - Second Edition
by Fred Halsall
published January 1987 by Hyperion Books
Paperback, 280 pages
isbn0273028200    (isbn13: 9780273028208)

This basic introductory text on microprocessors and their applications assumes little previous knowledge of computer hardware. The essential characteristics of microprocessors and their operating and application principles are provided with the minimum of electrical/electronic detail. In its considerably revised and updated second edition, the Intel 8085 is the basic reference. Students in technical colleges and universities will find the approach particularly suitable. Although the book stands on its own, the many program and application examples can be run directly on a microprocessor prototyping system, which makes the book suitable for a hands-on introductory course

Kindly Donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform: Microprocessor

Date: Unknown 64 Basic Programming Course

Author:  Peter Holmes / Derek Bush
Format:  Softback Book & Cassette
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Glentop
ISBN 0907792146

Platform:

Date: 1963 Low-Density Parity-Check Codes

Kindly donated by Peter & Jean Fox

Platform: parity check

Date: May 1985 An Introduction to QL Machine Code

by R. A. Penfold, J. W. Penfold
ISBN    0859341313 / 9780859341318 / 0-85934-131-3
Publisher    Babani Publishing, Limited, Bernard
Language    English
Edition    Soft-cover 88 pages
March 1985

Platform: ql

Date: Unknown The Commodore Disk and Printer Handbook

Author:  David Bridges / Helen Naylor
Format:  Softback
212 Pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Phoenix
ISBN 0946576238

Platform:

Date: 1970 Computer Aided Design - its nature and implications

Kindly donated by Peter & Jean Fox

Date: 27th September 1984 Q. L. Easel

Alison Spottiswoode A Blueprint handbook)
Paperback: 166 pages
Publisher: Century (September 27, 1984)
ISBN-10: 0712606300
ISBN-13: 978-0712606301

Platform: QL

Date: July 1968 Mathematical Methods for Digital Computers Volume 1I

Mathematical Methods for Digital Computers volume II (Hardcover)
by Anthony Ralston (Editor), Herbert S. Wilf (Editor)
Hardcover: 305 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (December 1967)
ISBN-10: 0471706892
ISBN-13: 978-0471706892

Author: Anthony Ralston (Editor), Herbert S. Wilf (Editor)
Platform:

Date: 1978 Fundamentals of computer algorithms

Fundamentals of computer algorithms
Ellis Horowitz, Sartaj Sahni.
Published 1978 by Computer Science Press .
ID Numbers
Open Library OL21841958M
ISBN 10 3540120351
626 pages
Hardback

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform: alogrithms

Date: 1969 Introductory Computer Methods and Numerical Analysis

Computer Aided Design - its nature and implications by M J E Cooley
An AUEW (TASS) publication. Foreword by G H Doughty
1970 - 89 pages

Kindly donated by Peter & Jean Fox

Platform: analysis

Date: 2011 Parallel SML: A functional language and its implementation in Dactl

(Research monographs in parallel and distributed computing)
by Kevin Hammond,
Publisher: Pitman
ISBN: 0273088319   1991
252 pages

Author: CDC
Platform:

Date: 1978 Z80 Instruction Manual

Platform:

Date: 1978 ICL Training - Glossary of Basic Terms

Paperback, 157 Pages

#POWERSQL=where attrib9="BK61"#

Platform: ICL

Date: 1966 Introductory Computer Programming

Kindly donated by Peter & Jean Fox

Platform: programming

Date: 1993 First Steps in Programming Acorn RISC OS Computers

Martyn Fox
Paperback: 255 pages
Publisher: Sigma  Press(1993)
Language English
ISBN: 1-85058-521-0

Author: Martyn Fox
Platform: RISC

Date: Unknown Gran Turismo 4 and Metal Gear Solid 3 Guides

Grand Turismo 4 Expert Drivers Guide
Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater Guide

Platform:

Date: 2004 How to 100% Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Finish it Today

GoldenEye Rouge Agent and Jak3 Complete Guides

Platform:

Date: 31st May 1992 The SECD Microprocessor: A Verification Case Study

The SECD Microprocessor: A Verification Case Study (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science) (Hardcover)
by Brian T. Graham (Author)

The SECD Microprocessor is a substantial case study in hardware specification and verification. The subject is a silicon implementation of Landin's SECD machine, which is transformed into a layout, formally specified, and partially verified using the HOL proof assistant. It is important as a nontrivial worked example, clearly describing the organization and execution of the correctness of proof, and by making the sources available, will be helpful to those considering the use or learning about the application of formal methods.
The architecture is designed to provide support for functional programming, with complex machine instruction to support recursive definitions and function calls. This considerably raises the complexity of the state transitions to be verified, and an abstract data type and operations are introduced to express the specification.
The SECD Microprocessor illustrates what formal methods can achieve today, not only by some expert elite, but by anyone prepared to carefully consider the problems at hand.

Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (May 31, 1992)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0792392450
ISBN-13: 978-0792392453

Platform: secd

Date: 1st January 1986 Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools

Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools
by Alfred V. Aho, Ravi Sethi   &  Jeffrey D. Ullman
Hardcover: 796 pages
Publisher: Addison Wesley; 1 edition (1 Jan 1986)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0201100886
ISBN-13: 978-0201100884
Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 15.7 x 3.6 cm

This introduction to compilers is the direct descendant of the well-known book by Aho and Ullman, Principles of Compiler Design. The authors present updated coverage of compilers based on research and techniques that have been developed in the field over the past few years. The book provides a thorough introduction to compiler design and covers topics such as context-free grammars, fine state machines, and syntax-directed translation

Amazon Review:
During each compiler stage (lexical analysis, syntax analysis, translation, type checking, translation, code generation, and code optimization) multiple methods, strategies, and algorithms are presented. This comprehensive book examines items that are unique to the various languages presented (Fortran, C, and Pascal); there are even sections on dealing with estimation of types (10.12) and symbolic debugging of optimized code (10.13). Wow! The exercises are thorough, challenging, and thought provoking. Examples are interleaved with the discussion and algorithms. There is an excellent set of historical and bibliographic information at the end of each chapter. The use of automated tools such as lex, yacc, and compiler-generators is discussed throughout the text. This is an advanced book, however a good understanding of compilers can be obtained without understanding the details of every algorithm.

Kindly donated by Allan Wyatt

Platform: compile

Date: June 1980 Functional Programming Application and Implementation

by Peter Henderson
Hard-cover: 350 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; First Edition,
First Printing edition (June 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0133315797
ISBN-13: 978-0133315790
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6 x 1 inches

Platform: programming

Date: March 1982 A Glossery of Computing Terms for Introductory Courses

Platform:

Date: 1982 Programming a personal computer

by Per Brinch Hansen.
Published 1982 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, NJ .
Bibliography: p. 377-379.
Includes index.
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/2
Library of Congress QA76.73.E34 B74 1982
Number of pages 388
Open Library OL3502791M
ISBN 10 0137302673, 0137302835
LC Control Number 82023130

Platform: Programmimg

Date: Unknown Motorola Programming Pocket Reference Guide

Platform:

Date: 1989 Modula-2 Programming

Modula-2 Programming
Complete course texts
by B. J. Holmes
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: DP Publicatioons 1989
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1870941314
ISBN-13: 978-1870941310

Platform:

Date: 1983 Sound Blaster: The Official Book

David M. Golden (Author), Ivan Luk (Author), Peter M. Ridge (Author), Rich Heimlich (Author, Editor)

Book and Disk

Paperback: 490 pages

Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media; 1983

ISBN-10: 0078819075

ISBN-13: 978-0078819070

Platform: Sound Blaster

Date: Unknown MS-DOS32 User's Reference

American Research Corporation
Softback and Spiral-bound

Platform: CH

Date: 1956 A Computer Combining Analogue and Digital Principles to Investigate Network Functions in the Complex Plane (1956)

The original copy of P. F. Blackman's 1956 thesis, submitted for the Degree of Ph.D. in Engineering of London University.

This bound book is hand-typed, with hand-drawn diagrams, and black-and-white photographs pasted in. A copy of the thesis summary is provided below:

"Certain important aspects of closed-loop system and network analysis are closely related to complex variable mathematics. Graphical interpretation of such analysis is frequently employed owing to the difficulty of exact analytic work. In particular the 'p-plane' or 'root-locus' method is essentially simple, and affords considerable insight into the problem, but becomes tedious in practice for complicated systems, and several instruments have been devised to reduce the labour.

"It seemd to the author that the application of p-plane principles could be considerably extended if certain operations beyond the scope of existing instruments, particularly manipulation of ept, and summation of real and imaginary components of vector products, could be achieved. These facilities would enable more advanced types of problems to be handled, such as systems containing a pure delay, and transient response by contour integration, and would permit investigation of problems not previously considered.

"This Thesis gives proposals for a Computor to provide these additional facilities. In principle the proposals are that the techniques should be as simple as possible compatible with accuracy to engineering requirements, while facilities provided should be just adequate to eliminate excessive labour from investigations. This leads to a suggested combination of analogue and digital principles.

"An experimental Computor developed from these proposals is described. Vectors are represented by AC voltages, final results being presented as counts on Dekatrons. The Computor is largely relay controlled, and accuracy is of the order 1%-2%.

"The thesis contains 3 sections:-

"Section 1. Outlines the p-plane method, and gives proposals for the Computor. The design of a proposed resistance network analogue of the complex plane is dicussed.

"Section 2. Describes the experimental Computor, and the essential points of interest in the analogue to digital conversion processes. The operation of individual units is outlined, more detailed information being given in an appendix.

"Section 3. Illustrates the varied type of problem that can be handled on the Computor, including some exaples involving time-varying zeros. Alternative applications for the Computor, and modifications resulting from operating experience are discussed."

Author: P F Blackman
Platform:

Date: June 1984 Compute!'s Guide to Ti-99/4a Sound and Graphics

Compute!'s Guide to Ti-99/4a Sound and Graphics (Paperback)
by Ray Herold (Author)
Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Compute (June 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0942386469
ISBN-13: 978-0942386462

Platform: TI-99

Date: November 1979 Micros: A Pervasive Force

Micros: A Pervasive Force
Subtitle:(a pervasive force : a study of the impact of microelectronics on business and society, 1946-90)
By Michael Orme
ISBN: 0852272316 / 0-85227-231-6
1st Edition
214 Pages
Hardcover
Publication date: November 1979

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: micros

Date: May 1987 Mirage Operating System Users Reference Manual

Mirage The multi user operating system for the 6800 family
Published May 1987
Mirage was a Multitasking Real-time OS for 68000 series of processors

Platform: mirage

Date: 1985 IBM PC & XT Assembly Language: A Guide for Programmers

Platform: Assembly Language

Date: 1987 Teach yourself 68000 assembly language programming

by Anne Frizell
Paperback: 173 pages
Publisher: Interface Publications 1987
ISBN-10: 0947695311
ISBN-13: 978-0947695316

Platform: 68000

Date: 1989 The MS-DOS Encyclopedia

Platform: MS-DOS

Date: 1977 Grammars for Programming Languages

(Elsevier Computer Science Library) 1977

Hardcover 154 pages

by J. Craig Cleaveland and Robert C Uzgalis

ISBN-10: 0444001999

ISBN-13: 9780444001993

Platform: Grammars

Date: 1983 Computer Languages and Their uses

`By Gerry MarshallPublished April 1983 by GranadaFormat soft coverNumber of pages 110ID NumbersOpen Library OL10226591MISBN 10 0246120223ISBN 13 9780246120229OCLC/WorldCat 9793325`

Platform: Programming

Date: Unknown The Computer Tutorial

A Complete Masterclass for your Micro

Author:  Guild Publishing
Format:  Hardback
304 pages
Publish Date: 1986
Publisher  Orbis

Platform:

Date: 1984 Micro Manual

Micro Manual
Dedicated to all who understands BASIC and works on CP/M or MS-DOS
Paperback by Stewart Hasted 1984

Author: Stewart Hasted
Platform:

Date: October 1984 Getting to Know Your Apricot

(Hardcover)
by Stephen Morris (Author)
Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd (October 1984)
ISBN-10: 0715618393
ISBN-13: 978-0715618394

Platform: Apricot

Date: 1981 Database management - a technical review

byAlan Mayne.

First Edition 1981
Published 1981 by NCC Publications in Manchester .
Written in English.
222 Pages including Bibliography and index

Platform: database

Date: 1989 A concise introduction to dBase

`by J. W. Penfold Publisher: London : Babani, 1989.ISBN: 0859342085   DDC: 5.74   LCC: QA76.9  Classification:Dewey Class: 5.74 -- Computer programming, programs, data LCC Number: QA76.9 Soft Cover 120 pages`

Platform: dBASE

Date: Unknown International Directory of Software 1982-1983

Author:  ICL Application Systems
Format:  Hardback
1348 pages
Publish Date: 1983
Publisher  Computing Publications

Platform:

Date: 1980 Computer Dictionary 1980

Computer Dictionary
by Charles J. Sippl & Roger J. Sippl
ISBN 0672216523 / 9780672216527 / 0-672-21652-3
Publisher H. W. Sams
Edition Paperback
Third Edition 1980
624 pages

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: Dictionary

Date: 1982 Controlling Software Projects: Management, Measurement and Estimation

by Tom Demarco with a foreword by Barry W Boehm

ISBN 0917072324 / 9780917072321 / 0-917072-32-4
Publisher Yourdon Press 1982
Language English
Edition Softcover
284 illustrated pages

Our copy has been signed by Tom DeMarco

Platform: software

Date: Unknown Auerbach on Optical Character Recognition

Author:  Auerbach
Format:  Hardback
147 pages
Publish Date  1971
Publisher  Auerbach

Platform:

Date: 5th October 1989 Supercomputing Systems

Supercomputing Systems: Architecture Design and Performance (Hardcover)
by S. Kartaschev (Author)
Hardcover: 456 pages
Publisher: International Thomson Publishing (5 Oct 1989)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0442256159
ISBN-13: 978-0442256159

Platform:

Date: 1986 The Anatomy of the Atari ST 2

by Klaus Gerits, Lthar Englisch & Rolf Bruckmann
1St Publishing 1986
Paperback  446 pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1972 Systems Analysis for Business Data Processing

by H D Clifton

Business data systems: a practical guide to systems analysis and data processing
Second Edition Publication Date: 1972
Hard Cover 260 pages

ISBN 10: 0220668647 / 0-220-66864-7
ISBN 13: 9780220668648

Platform: analysis

Date: Unknown Auerbach on Alphanumeric Displays

Author:  Auerbach
Format:  Hardback
207 pages
Publish Date  1971
Publisher  Auerbach

Platform:

Date: 1985 The First Atari ST Book

by L English & J Walkowiak
First Publishing 1985
Paperback 197 pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1st January 1995 Pentium Processors Family Developers Manual Volume 2

82496/82497/82498 Cache Controller and 82491/82492/82493 Cache SRAM

Media: Paperback Book

Publisher: Intel (Jan. 1st, 1995)

ISBN-10: 1555122450

ISBN-13: 9781555122454

Platform: Pentium

Date: 1985 Working with Dbase II

`M. de Pace (Author)Paperback: 176 pagesPublished BSP Professional Books  1985ISBN-10: 0632023058ISBN-13: 978-0632023059Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 5.8 x 0.9 inches`

Platform: dBASE

Date: Unknown The Best Computer papers of 1971

Author:  Auerbach
Format:  Hardback
296 pages
Publish Date  1972
Publisher  Auerbach

Platform:

Date: 1986 Compute's ST Programmer's Guide

Compute's ST Programmer's Guide
By: COMPUTE 1986
ISBN: 0874550238    ISBN-13: 9780874550238
Publisher: Compute
Paperback  356 Pages  List Price: \$16.95 (USD)

Platform: Atari ST

Date: Unknown The Best Computer papers of 1973

Author:  Auerbach
Format:  Hardback
244 pages
Publish Date  1973
Publisher  Auerbach

Platform:

Date: 1st October 1989 The Design and Implementation of the 4.3 BSD UNIX Operating System

The Design and Implementation of the 4.3 BSD UNIX Operating System (Textbook Binding)
by Samuel J. Leffler (Author), Marshall Kirk McKusick (Author), Michael J. Karels (Author), Quarterm (Author), Samuel Leffler (Author)
Textbook Binding: 448 pages
Publisher: Addison-Wesley; 1 edition (October 1, 1989)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201061961
ISBN-13: 978-0201061963
Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 6.8 x 1 inches

Platform: Unix

Date: 1987 Atari ST: Internals

The Authoritative Insider's Guide
by Lothar Englisch, K Gerits, R Bruckmann
Third Revision
Abacus Software, 1987 -0 A Dsata Becker Book
Paperback 494 pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1985 Communicating Sequential Processes

Author: C.A.R Hoare
Platform:

Date: 1981 PASCAL - An Introduction to Methodical Programming

Author: W Findlay & D A Watt
Platform:

Date: 1986 Atari ST Basic to C

Atari st Machine Language:
Complete Introduction to Machine/Assembly Language on the Atari st
By: Bernd Grohmann, Petra Seidler, Harald Silibar
ISBN: 0916439488 (0-916-43948-8) ISBN-13: 9780916439484 (978-0-916439-48-4/978-0916439484)
Format: Paperback   Pages: 275 Pub. Date: 1986
Publisher: Abacus Software

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1983 Software Maintenance - The Problem and its Solutions

James Martin / Carma McClure
Hardback 472 pages

Platform: Software

Date: April 1987 Atari ST: Three-D Graphics

by Uwe Braun
ISBN: 0916439690, ISBN13: 9780916439699, 300 pages,
paperback 351 pages
Second Printing April 1987

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1983 Computer Wimp: 166 Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Bought My First Computer

`by John BearISBN:	0091588316 9780091588311OCLC Number:	11482902Published by Hutchinson 1983Includes index.Description:	281 p. : ill., facsims. ; 24 cm`

Platform: Computer

Date: Unknown Translation of Computer Languages

Author:  Frederick W Weingarten
Format:  Hardback
180 pages
Publish Date  1973
Publisher  Holden-Day
ISBN 0816294232

Platform:

Date: 25th November 1991 Writing UNIX Device Drivers

Writing UNIX Device Drivers by author: George Pajari
Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780201523744 - ISBN-10: 0201523744
Publication Date: 25/11/1991
Pages: 336

Writing UNIX Device Drivers" provides application programmers with definitive information on writing device drivers for the UNIX operating system. It explains, through working examples, the issues related to the design and implementation of these important components of application programs.
Written by an acknowledged expert, the book uses full source code listings of real devices to explain the underlying concepts. Complete source code is provided for 12 drivers, including:
Block drivers for a SCSI disk and a line printer
a character driver for an intelligent serial I/O device
a streams driver for a token-ring card
Covering System V Releases 3 and 4, "Writing UNIX Device Drivers" provides essential practical advice for all UNIX applications programmers.

Platform: Unix

Date: 1980 Programming via Pascal

Author: J. S ROHL, H.J Barrett
Platform:

Date: April 1986 Using Logo on the Atari ST

(Atari ST series)
Author: Martin Sims
ISBN-13: 9781851810741
ISBN-10: 1851810749
Publisher: Glentop Publishers
Revised April 1986
Book Type: Paperback

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1984 First Steps with Your BBC Micro

```by Carolyn Highes
Published 1984 by Fontana Paperbacks
Number of pages 176
ID Numbers
Open Library OL9921484M
ISBN 10 0006923658
ISBN 13 9780006923657```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1989 Highly parallel computing

`by George S. Almasi, Allan Gottlieb.Published 1989 by Benjamin/Cummings in Redwood City, Calif . Written in English.Edition NotesBibliography: p. 489-508 plus index.Series: The Benjamin/Cummings series in computer science and engineeringClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 004/.35Library of Congress QA76.5 .A385 1989Number of pages 519ID Numbers Open Library OL2048898M ISBN 10 0805301771 LC Control Number 88026218`
`Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Simon Redding who used the book during his university course.`

Platform: parallel

Date: 1987 System BIOS for IBM PC/XT/AT Computers and Compatibles

Phoenix Technologies
Softback 524 pages

Platform: Software

Date: Unknown Annual Review oin Automatic Programming 5

Author:  pergamon Press
Format:  Hardback
336 pages
Publish Date  1969
Publisher  Pergamon Press

Platform:

Date: September 1985 Tex for Scientific Documentation

Tex for Scientific Documentation
16-17 May 1985 Como, Italy
(Paperback)
Text for Scientific Documentation of the First European Conference Como, Italy
by Dario Lucarella (Editor)
Paperback: 208 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201133997
ISBN-13: 978-0201133998

Platform: Tex

Date: 1984 Principles of Functional Programming

Author: Hugh Glaser, Chris Hankin, David Till
Platform:

Date: June 1973 The Art of Computer Programming: Sorting and Searching. Volume 3

by Donald E. Knuth
(Addison Wesley Series in Computer Science and Information Processing)
Hardcover: 723 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 020103803X
ISBN-13: 978-0201038033
Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 1.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds

Amazon Review:
As Knuth himself says, it is impossible for any one person to keep up with all the research in computer science, but these 3 volumes do a remarkably good job of distilling the most important results and explaining them with mathematical rigor.

Each volume contains 2 chapters. Ch. 1, Basic Concepts: mathematical foundations and a description of MIX, a hypothetical machine (now available in software emulations). Ch. 2, Information Structures: lists, trees, memory allocation, garbage collection. Ch. 3, Random Numbers: how to produce series of "random" numbers and test their statistical properties. Ch. 4, Arithmetic: algorithms for integer and floating-point arithmetic. Ch. 5, Sorting: both in memory and on disks or tapes. Ch. 6, Searching: sequential, binary, hashing.

Despite the detailed coverage of the topics, which often involves esoteric mathematical notation, the author's lively style makes the algorithms and the main theoretical results relatively easy to grasp. If all you care about is getting a program to run, buy another book; but if you really want to understand how and why software works, there's nothing quite like this.

Author: Donald E Knuth
Platform: Sorting

Date: 1986 Using ST Basic on the Atari ST

Glentop Publications, Barnet
1st edition 1986
paperback ISBN: 185181051X
Paperback 190 pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1980 An introduction to Pascal (including UCSD Pascal)

`by Rodnay Zaks ; [technical illustrations by J. Trujillo Smith].Published 1980 by Sybex in Berkeley, Calif . Written in English.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 001.64/24Library of Congress QA76.73.P2 Z34Number of pages 421ID NumbersOpen Library OL4119002MISBN 10 0895880504LC Control Number 80053282OCLC/WorldCat 7573461Library Thing 1081693`

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1st November 1991 Computer Games - Micromasters

Listings for the Spectrum, BBC Electron and Commodore 64
Paperback: 32 pages
Publisher: Grisewood & Dempsey 1984

Platform:

Date: Unknown Computer Sorting

Author:  Ivan Flores
Format:  Hardback
237 pages
Publish Date  1969
Publisher  Prentice Hall

Platform:

Date: 1st July 1981 Atari Basic Learning by Using

Atari Basic Learning by Using

Thomas C. Rowley
[ISBN: 392168286X]

I J G Inc (Bluec), 1982-12. Paperback.

Author: Thomas C. Rowley
Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: 1st February 1978 Business Data Systems: A Practical Guide to Systems Analysis and Data Processing

Business Data Systems: A Practical Guide to Systems Analysis and Data Processing
By H.D. Clifton
Release Date:  01 February 1978
336 pages - illustrated
Publisher:  Prentice Hall
ISBN: 0130939633
EAN: 9780130939630
Dimensions:  23.0 x 15.0 centimeters

Kindly donated by Geoff Farrell

Platform: data

Date: 1981 Programming in Prolog

Author: W.F Clocksin, C.S Mellish
Platform:

Date: July 1988 Archimedes Assembly Language: A Dabhand Guide

Mike Ginns (Author)
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Dabs Press; 2nd edition edition (July 1988)
A Dabhand Guide
Language English
ISBN-10: 1870336208
ISBN-13: 978-1870336208

It specifically refers to using RISC OS and the built-in BBC BASIC assembler.

Platform: Acorn Archimedes

Date: December 1990 Amiga for Beginners

by Christian Spanik
Published: Abacus Software
A Data Becker Book
Fifth Printing December 1990
216 Pages
Language: English
ISBN: 1557550212
ISBN-13: 9781557550217
Format: Paperback

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: May 1982 Software Design: Methods & Techniques

by Lawrence J. Peters with foreword by L A Belady
Paperback: 248 pages
Publisher: Yourdon Press (May 1982)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0917072197
ISBN-13: 978-0917072192

Platform: software

Date: 1st December 1984 The Adventurer's Notebook

Mike Gerrard
Paperback, Spiral Bound
Publisher: Duckworth 1984

Platform:

Date: Unknown Computer Evaluation of Mathematical Functions

Author:  C T Fike
Format:  Hardback
227 pages
Publish Date  1968
Publisher  Prentice Hall

Platform:

Date: 1981 Computer Communications

Author: Robert Cole
Platform:

Date: February 1989 Amiga 3D Graphics Programming in Basic

A Data Becker book
Paperback
Bruno Jennrich (Author)
Paperback: 358 pages
Publisher: Abacus Software Inc
Second Printing February 1989
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1557550441
ISBN-13: 978-1557550446

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1st February 1988 Decision Support and Expert Systems:

Management Support Systems
by Efraim Turban

Media: Hardcover Book - 700 pages
Publisher: Macmillan Pub Co (Feb. 1st, 1988)
ISBN-10: 002421650X
ISBN-13: 9780024216502

Platform: systems

Date: 1986 GEOS Graphic Environment Operating System Version 2.0

For Commodore 64, 64C and 128 computers
308 pages

GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) is an operating system from Berkeley Softworks (later GeoWorks). Originally designed for the Commodore 64 and released in 1986, it provided a graphical user interface for this popular 8-bit computer.

GEOS closely resembled early versions of Mac OS and included a graphical word processor (geoWrite) and paint program (geoPaint). For many years, Commodore bundled GEOS with its redesigned and cost reduced C64, the C64C. At its peak, GEOS was the third most popular operating system in the world in terms of units shipped, trailing only MS-DOS and Mac OS.

Other GEOS-compatible software packages were available from Berkeley Softworks or from third parties, including a reasonably sophisticated desktop publishing application called geoPublish and a spreadsheet called geoCalc. While geoPublish was not as sophisticated as Aldus Pagemaker and geoCalc not as sophisticated as Microsoft Excel, the packages provided reasonable functionality, and Berkeley Softworks founder Brian Dougherty claimed the company ran its business using its own software on Commodore 8-bit computers for several years.

Enhanced versions of GEOS later became available for the Commodore 128 and the Apple II family. A lesser-known version was also released for the Commodore Plus/4.

Written by a group of programmers, led by Dougherty, who cut their teeth on limited-resource video game machines such as the Atari 2600, GEOS was revered for what it could accomplish on machines with 64–128 kB of RAM memory and 1–2 MHz of 8-bit processing power.

Platform: GEOS

Date: Unknown Internal Sorting Methods Illustrated with PL/1 Programs

Author:  Robert P Rich
Format:  Hardback
154 pages
Publish Date  1972
Publisher  Prentice Hall

Platform:

Date:

Platform:

Date: 1975 Fundamentals of Operating Systems

Author: A M Lister
Platform:

Date: December 1989 Amiga Desktop and Video Guide

by Guy Wright
ISBN    1557550573 / 9781557550576 / 1-55755-057-3
Publisher    Abacus
First Printing December 1989
Paperback 257 pages
Language English

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: December 1978 Structured Analysis and System Specification

by Tom DeMarco

ISBN 13: 9780917072079
ISBN 10: 0917072073
Paperback 360 pages

Platform: analysis

Date: 1985 B. B. C. Micro Add-on Guide

`Published January 1985 by Collins .Format PaperbackNumber  of pages 144ID NumbersOpen Library OL9913152MISBN 10 0003830098ISBN 13 9780003830095`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Decision Tables

Author:  keith R London
Format:  Hardback
205 pages
Publish Date  1972
Publisher  Auerbach
ISBN 0877691223

Platform:

Date:

Platform:

Date: 1976 Automata

Author: David Hopkins, Barbara Moss
Platform:

Date: 1991 AmigaDOS Inside and Out

by Ruediger Kerkloh
Paperback: 270 pages
Publisher: Abacus
Sixth Printing 1991
Language English
ISBN-10: 1557550417
ISBN-13: 978-1557550415

This book covers the insides of Amiga DOS from the internal design up to practical applications. Also contains a detailed reference section which helps users locate information in a flash, both alphabetically and in command groups.

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1978 Structured Design:

Fundamentals of a Discipline of Computer Programme and Systems Design

by Larry L. Constantine and Edward Yourdon

ISBN: 0917072111 / 0-917072-11-1

Yourdon Press Second Edition 1978

Soft cover 450 pages

Platform: Design

Date: 1984 Getting more from your BBC and Electron computers

`Author:	Noel Kantaris; Keith ThompsonPublisher:	Wilmslow : Sigma Technical, ©1984.Edition/Format:	  Book : EnglishISBN:	0905104730 9780905104737OCLC Number:	12510812Notes:	Includes index.Description:	203 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Automatic Language Translation

Author:  Anthony G Oettinger
Format:  Hardback
380 pages
Publish Date  1960
Publisher  Harvard University Press

Platform:

Date: 1983 A Practical Course on Operating Systems

Author: Colin Theaker, Graham Brookes
Platform:

Date: 1990 The Best Amiga Tips and Tricks Book

(ISBN: 1557551073 / 1-55755-107-3 )
Wolf-Gideon Bleek, Tobias Weltner, Stefan Maelger
Abacus Publishers
A Data Becker Book
First Printing 1990
Paperback 410 pages

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1985 132 short programs for the mathematics classroom

by John Higgo... [et al.]
Publisher: Cheltenham : The Mathematical Association and Stanley Thornes, 1985.
ISBN: 0859505561   DDC: 510.78   LCC: QA20   Edition: (spiral)
194 pages

"A set of short programs for use in schools written for the
Mathematical Association Sub-Committee on Microcomputers in
Mathematics Teaching."

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1980 Systems management

by Andrew Parkin.

Published 1980 by E. Arnold in London .

Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 658/.054
Library of Congress HF5548.2 .P273
Soft cover - Number of pages 168
ID Numbers
Open Library OL3805029M
ISBN 10 0713128151
LC Control Number 81110245

Platform: Systems

Date: 1984 How to Write Adventure Games

`Penguin Acorn Computer LibraryPeter Killworth (Author) Paperback: 192 pagesPublisher: Penguin Books (1 Aug 1984)Language EnglishISBN-10: 0140078142ISBN-13: 978-0140078145`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown The V Series Recommendations

Author:  Uyless Black
Format:  Hardback
186 pages
Publish Date  1991
Publisher  McGraw-Hill
ISBN 0070055521

Platform:

Date: 1979 Understanding and Writing Compilers

Author: Richard Bornat
Platform:

Date: July 1984 Pocket Guide: Commodore 64

Programming Pocket Guides
Boris Allan (Author)
Paperback: 64 pages
Publisher: Hyperion Books (July 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0273021257
ISBN-13: 978-0273021254

Platform: commodore 64

Date: August 1983 The NewBrain Dissected

by John Braga
A Detailed Guide to the Grundy Newbrain Microcomputer
Spiral bound with 138 pages
Our copy is signed by John Braga

Platform: Newbrain

Date: 1st October 1981 Practical L. C. P.: A Direct Approach to Structured Programming

by Albert C. Gardner

Paperback: 218 pages
Publisher: McGraw Hill Higher Education (1 Oct 1981)

ISBN-10: 0070845611
ISBN-13: 978-0070845619

LCP is a data-driven program design technique.  It replaces the intuitive, trial-and-error approach to programming with a disciplined approach, based on logical rules.  Thus “the art of programming” is really transformed into an engineering discipline.

Invaluable for structuring large batch programs, LCP is a powerful technique for any kind of program or procedure (including the most neglected but nevertheless equally important human/manual procedures).

Platform: LCP

Date: 1984 Exploring Artificial Intelligence on your BBC micro.

`Published 1984 by Interface in London . Written in English.ID NumbersOpen LibraryOL15323986MISBN 10 09476950`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1988 An Intrroduction to Berkely Unix

Paul S Wang
Softback 512 pages

Platform:

Date: 3rd December 1990 EESPRIT: Computational Logic

J.W. Lloyd (Author)
Hardcover: 211 pages
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, Inc (Dec 3 1990)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-0387534374

This book contains papers presented at the Symposium on Computational Logic held during the 7th ESPRIT Conference. Ten leading researchers in computational logic were invited to contribute papers. The papers range from some on specialized research topics to some which give an overview and a glimpse into the future of computational logic. A major theme of the symposium was the likely future impact of computational logic, and there was a panel session on the topic "Programming in 2010: the Role of Computational Logic". The position papers of the panelists are included in the book. The book will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in logic programming, database systems, artificial intelligence, and software engineering. This volume is the first of the ESPRIT Basic Research Series. The ESPRIT Basic Research efforts aim at forging strong links between European academic and industrial teams carrying out research, often interdisciplinary, at the forefront of information technology. The quality of content of this series and its broad distribution should have a major impact in making these advances accessible to both academic and industrial researchers.

Kindly donated by Mike Rogers
Commission of the European Communities

Author: J W Lloyd
Platform: Conference esprit

Date: 1989 The CTW 1989 Yearbook and Diary

Includes lists of software publishers
Programmers
Services
Magazines & Publishers
Hardware Manufacturers

Kindly donated by Dave Carlos

Author: David
Platform: CTW Yearbook 1989

Date: Unknown A Primer of ALGOL 60 Programming

Author:  E W Dijkstra
Format:  Hardback
114 pages
Publish Date  1962

Platform:

Date: 1987 Distributed Systems and Computer Network

Author: Morris Sloman, Jeff Kramer
Platform:

Date: July 1988 Archimedes Operating System - A Users Guide

(A Dabhand Guide)
Author: Alex Van Someren, Nic Van Someren
ISBN-13: 9781870336482
ISBN-10: 1870336488
First Edition, First printing 1988
320 pages
Publisher: Dabs Press
Book Type: Paperback

Author: Alex and Nic Van Someren
Platform: Acorn Archimedes

Date: 1984 50 tips for better Sinclair computing

Sinclair User publication

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1985 The New Brain Files

by Philip Crookes
Paperback 134 pages

Platform: Newbrain

Date: 1984 Applied assembly language on the BBC microcomputer

`by Edward Ball.Published 1984 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, London . Series Prentice-Hall International personal computer bookClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 001.64/2Library of Congress QA76.8.B35Number of pages 299ID NumbersOpen Library OL16522453MISBN 10 0130393894OCLC/WorldCat 12518730`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: January 1993 Impression - The Definitive Guide to the Premier DTP Package for Acorn Machines

Anne Rooney
DABS Press
Soft-cover 448 pages
First Edition 1993

Author: Anne Rooney
Platform:

Date: Unknown Modula-2 Discipline & Design

Author:  Arthur Sale
Format:  Softback
452 pages
Publish Date  1986
ISBN 0201129213

Platform:

Date: 1979 The Mighty Micro (1st Edition)

 The Mighty Micro - The impact of the computer Revolution by Christopher Evans Hardback published in 1979 by Gollanz 254 Pages   Written when the first personal computers were just being designed, this book is an excited look into the future. Dr Chris Evans, a psychologist and computer scientist, predicts that by 2001 it will be possible to store an entire library in the space occupied by just one of today's books; computer technology will shake political systems to their foundations; and that we will all have a 20-hour working week and retire at fifty.   This book was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Author: Christopher Evans
Platform: The Mighty Micro

Date: 1980 Computer Peripherals

Author: Barry Wilkinson, David Horrocks
Platform:

Date: 1984 PCW games collection for the BBC micro.

`Published 1984 by Century Communications in London . Series Century softwareOther TitlesPersonal computer world.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 794.8/028/5425Library of Congress GV1469.2Number of pages 211ID NumbersOpen Library OL15157042MISBN 10 0712606211`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 Quality Programs for the Electron

Author:  Simon
Format:  Softback
197 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  Micro Press
ISBN 0744700043

Platform:

Date: 1979 A Practical Approach to Computing

Author: W.Y Arms, J.E Baker, R.M Pengelly
Platform:

Date: 1982 Learning to use the BBC Microcomputer

```by P N Dane
Published 1982 by Gower in Aldershot .
Written in English.
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/04
Library of Congress  QA76.8.B/
Number of pages 86
ID Numbers
Open Library OL21530723M
ISBN 10 0566034522```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown The Handy BBC Basic Guide

Author:  Alan Marshfield
Format:  Softback
146 pages
Publish Date  1986
Publisher  Blackie
ISBN 0216919061

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1983 Programming the BBC Micro

`(Newnes Microcomputer Books)Published December 1983 by Butterworth-Heinemann .`

Author: Peter Williams
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1987 The Telecommuters

The Telecommuters  by Francis Kinsman
Published 1987 by Wiley

In 2009, much software is developed by people working from home or as a collaborative effort between people in different parts of the globe. In 1987, home working was a novelty instituted by people who wanted to enable parents of young children to divide their time more easily between work and home life.

Teleworking has been in operation for twenty five years but it is only recently, through improved communication and more accurate information systems that this way of working has become a possibility for many people. This book looks at the technological, social and organizational trends that have made this possible and, through the use of case studies, examines the advantages and disadvantages of working in this way. In particular it focuses on two of the organisations to pioneer teleworking - ICL and F International.
Hardback
ISBN 0-471-01789-3

This book was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Author: Francis Kinsman
Platform: teleworking

Date: 1985 The Programmers' Troubleshooting Guide. BBC and Electron

```by Piers Letcher.Published 1985 by Century in London . Written in English.Format Paperback
144 pagesID NumbersOpen Library OL15157015MISBN 10 0712605746Library Thing 386807```

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 Computer programming for beginners

by Robert Erskine
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: FONTANA (1984)
ISBN-10: 0006367429
ISBN-13: 978-0006367420
Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.1 x 0.6 inches

Platform: programming

Date: 1983 The BBC Micro Guide

`by Grahame Blackwell.Published 1983 by Longman in London, New York . Written in English.Series Longman micro guidesClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 001.64/2Library of Congress QA76.8.B35 B55 1983Number of pages 103ID NumbersOpen Library OL3173932MLC Control Number 83016241OCLC/WorldCat 9830290`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: July 1982 How to Solve It by Computer

How to Solve It by Computer (Prentice-Hall International Series in Computer Science) (Paperback)
by R. G. Dromey (Author)
Paperback: 442 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (July 1982)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0134340019
ISBN-13: 978-0134340012
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1.2 inches
Reviews from Amazon:
"I bought this book in 1990. I still read it from time to time. I could not have been a successful programmer without this. I would strongly recommend this to anybody who wants to be a programmer. The first ever book you should read. I will save this book for my children, grand children and so on."
"This book "How to solve it by computer" is a must read book for those who want to be programmer. Dromey teaches each and every problem in the easy and understandable way. He doesn't use any particular language to solve all those problems, he just uses pseudo code English-like language. Any person who wants to be programmer should first read this book and then only start learning Programming languages."
"This book should be treated as Bible. It starts with very simple examples as swapping two numbers and goes in depth taking you along with it. I have not found anything as good as this in many years. It gives a beginner programmer much needed confidence very soon. It does not use much programming language (It uses pascal syntax...but pascal is almost English). If you are entering into programming field... start with this book. You will never forget "How to Solve it by computers" in your entire life. This book has no shelf life. You will never need this again....but you cannot do it without first time."

Platform:

Date: 1991 Object Oriented Design

Object Oriented Design by Peter Coad & Edward Yourdon 1991 Yourdon press
Hardcover: 197 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; Facsimile edition (June 27, 1991)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0136300707
ISBN-13: 978-0136300700

Product Description
A companion to Coad's Object-Oriented Analysis, 2nd Ed., this important book builds upon three consistently employed methods of organization: objects and attributes, wholes and parts, and classes and members. Written primarily for the practicing software engineer, the authors discuss the role of OOD in the systems life cycle; describe graphical notation for OOD; and disclose strategies for creating a design.

From the Publisher
This exploration of OOD builds upon three consistently employed methods of organization -- objects and attributes, whiles and parts, and classes and members.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: OOD

Date: 1985 BBC Basic Programming for Schools and Colleges

BBC Basic Programming for Schools and Colleges by Mark Bindley
ISBN  0-85950-245-7
RCN  0859502457
Published Stanley Thornes 1985
170 pages including index

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1980 Computer Science

Author: J.K Atkin
Platform:

Date: 21st June 1984 Advanced Machine Code Programming for the Commodore 64

by Stephenson, A. P., Stephenson, D. J.
ISBN: 0246124423
ISBN13: 9780246124425
PAGES: 254

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: February 1985 Assembler Routines for the 6502

David Barrow (Author)

Best of Personal computer world Series

Paperback: 180 pages
Publisher: Century (February 1985)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 071260507X
ISBN-13: 978-0712605076

Platform: 6502

Date: 1983 Getting started on your BBC micro

`Author:	Tim Hartnell; Alex GollnerPublisher:	London : Futura, 1983.Edition/Format:	  Book : EnglishISBN:	0708824439 9780708824436OCLC Number:	12447024Description:	174 p. ; 20 cm`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown The BBC Micro and the Small Business

Author:  Simon Williams
Format:  Softback
173 pages
Publish Date  1985
Publisher  BBC
ISBN 0563211709

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1983 Some useful BASIC subroutines

Some useful BASIC subroutines
Ian R. Sinclair
Publisher: London : Newnes Technical, 1983.
ISBN: 0408011637   DDC: 1.6424   LCC: QA76.73   Edition: (pbk)
Language: eng
Physical Description: 82 p. ; 22 cm.

Author: Ian R Sinclair
Platform:

Date: 1990 Object Oriented Analysis

Object Oriented Analysis (2nd Edition) (Yourdon Press Computing Series) (Hardcover)
by Peter Coad (Author), Edward Yourdon (Author)
Hardcover: 233 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR; 2 edition (October 1, 1990)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0136299814
ISBN-13: 978-0136299813

Product Description
This highly respected guide to object-oriented programming has been updated to reflect the most recent advances in this still-evolving methodology. New material includes updated terminology; finding lasses and objects; defining attributes; defining services; object-oriented analysis and CASE; moving to object-oriented design. 7 x 9 1/4.

From the Publisher
An introduction to the principles of object-oriented technology.

REVIEW
I've used it for a couple of years in a three-day introductory courses about OOA/D and the 'students' found it easy to learn. It's good because it softly introduces to the concepts of object orientation keeping in mind the fact that many people worked for years in a 'functional' way. Also good because you can use it every day while making analysis. In fact it's a manual. The two examples (one about an airline system and another about vehicle categorization) are developed together with the various aspects of the methodology and this helps to understand how to apply it. It's good also because it clearly separates analysis from design concerns. Of course now shows its age, but can be a good introductory book.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: OOA

Date: 1984 Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing

Author: Kai Hwang
Platform:

Date: April 1983 Advanced Machine Code Programming for the Commodore 64

Commodore Computers (Author
Paperback: 504 pages
Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall (April 1983)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0672220563
ISBN-13: 978-0672220562
Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 15.5 x 3.3 cm

Introduces the BASIC programming language, shows how to incorporate graphics and music in programs, and discusses the machine language used by the Commodore 64 computer.

Author: A.P. Stephenson, D.J. Stephenson
Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1989 Z88 Real Power Computing

by Frank R Flaig
1989
178 pages

Note from the Author.

I spent about twenty years in sales and marketing, before becoming 'retired' in 1997, at the age of 39 after a company take over. Since when I have been travelling and cobbling my own notes on the Z88 into this book. Several years of my career were spent fighting for British exports, in the front line, notably seven years in Australia where I managed a British subsidiary, and, additionally founded, edited and published a semi-technical periodical over a period of several years, before returning to England for domestic reasons.

During 'time' in Australia I developed an general interest in computers, mainly through my contacts with my good friend Stuart Smith, who worked with a mainframe computer. In those days computers were very expensive and relied a lot on data input through punched cards (a throwback to nineteenth century technology). Since those days things in the computer world have changed a lot, and not the least of these changes, in my opinion, is the introduction of the Z88 computer, which offers real computing power commensurate with the real needs of 'personal' computing, within optimum parameters of weight, size, endurance and ease of use. I hope you find my notes and methods contained in this book of use in the guidance and inspiration of your own applications.

Frank R. Flaig.

Platform: Z88

Date: Unknown Understanding INTER-WORD for the BBC Micro

`Beginners Guideby Rob PickeringArlon House Publishing 1987First Edition110 pages`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Using Floppy Disks with the BBC Microcomputer

Author:  Keith Davis
Format:  Softback
70 pages
Publish Date  1983
Publisher  Cumana
ISBN 0950876216

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: May 2001 The Object Advantage

by Ivar Jacobson (Author)
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd); 2nd edition (May 2001)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 020140348X
ISBN-13: 978-0201403480

Product Description
From the author of the bestselling Object-Oriented Software Engineering, this is the first book to combine object-oriented technology and business process engineering. Jacobson demonstrates how object technology can be used in the BPR model, how the requirements of a new software system can be captured as a result of business engineering, and much more.

REVIEW

Strengths include the attractive appropriate use of figures, sidebars, references and supporting material; and the depth of proven use cases and applications supporting the credibility of approach. A book you can read cover to cover, or dip into a section for reference. Much of the approach is now included in Rational's UML - so the book still has value for business and software development.

Criticisms include the lack of more fully worked examples, and the lack of checklists (although chapter summaries are good).

Overall a great intermediate-level text (not introductory nor complete enough to be expert) for software developers, engineers, and business information systems consultants.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Date: 1983 Data Processing An Instructional Manual 6th Edition

Author: E.C Oliver, R.J Chapman
Platform:

Date: 1988 Z88 Computing

ISBN: 1853460451 / 1-85346-045-1
by Ian Sinclair
Pages: 163 including index
Publisher, Date     D Fulton, 1988

Platform: Z88

Date: 1984 The Oric Programmer

by S. M. Gee, M. James
ISBN    0246121572 / 9780246121578 / 0-246-12157-2
Language English
Edition    Softcover 162 pages

Platform: Oric

Date: Unknown Teach Yourself Assembler 6502

Paul Andreas Overaa (Author)

Best of PCW Series
Paperback: 220 pages
Publisher: Century (Feb 1985)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0712605509
ISBN-13: 978-0712605502

Platform: 6502

Date: Unknown BBC Hardware Projects

Author:  Don Thomasson
Format:  Softback
184 pages
Publish Date  1984
Publisher  melbourne House
ISBN 086161139X

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1969 Pergamon Press Complete Catalogue 1969

This Pergamon  Press Complete Catalogue 1969 includes all technical, electrical and electronics publications from Pergamon
663 pages

Platform: pergamon

Date: July 1993 Object-Oriented Software Engineering

Object-Oriented Software Engineering: The Professional Developer's Guide
(Ise Series in Software Engineering) (Hardcover)
by George Wilkie (Author)
Hardcover: 416 pages
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd) (July 1993)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201627671
ISBN-13: 978-0201627671

Product Description
This book explains and demystifys object orientation in software development. It takes the reader through the benefits and pitfalls at all stages in the software engineering life cycle, explaining how the concepts can be implemented and what tools are available. Includes a comprehensive list of references and vendor information.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: object

Date: 1984 An Introduction to Operating Systems

Author: Harvey M. Deitel
Platform:

Date: 1978 ICL: BASIC A Users Guide

2903 Educational System
Publication 2015/P6
First Edition January 1978
63 pages

Platform: ICL

Date: 1986 Practical disc file techniques: for BBC micros models B B+ and master

`by Peter Beverley-BrownPublisher	Pentire Press, 1986 98 pagesISBN	0951151304, 9780951151303`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Welcome FORTH for the BBC Micro

Author:  J W Brown
Format:  Softback
88 pages
Publish Date  1982
Publisher  HCCS Associates
ISBN

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 The Architecture of High Performance Computers

Author: Roland N.Ibbett
Platform:

Date: 1989 Your second manual for the Atari ST

Indigo 2 1989
176 illustrated large format pages

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1981 The Science of Programming

(Texts and Monographs in Computer Science)
by David Gries
hardback 1981
366 pages
ISBN: 038790641X

Platform: programming

Date: 1980 PET and the IEEE 488 Bus (GPIB)

by E. R Fisher and C W Jensen
Paperback: 233 pages
Publisher: OSBORNE/McGraw-Hill (1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0931988314
ISBN-13: 978-0931988318
Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6.5 x 0.5 inches

Platform: pet

Date: 1984 Educational Programmes for the Spectrum

Author: Ian Murray

SBN-13: 9780712602600
ISBN-10: 0712602607
Pages: 184
Publisher: Century Communications 1984

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: Unknown Microcomputers and their Commercial Applications

Platform:

Date: Unknown Bitfolio Edition 7

Author:
Format:  Softback
266 pages
Publish Date  1995
Publisher  Management Graphics
ISBN

Platform: Acorn

Date: July 1966 ICT Introduction to Computer Systems

Introduction to Computer Systems
by International Computers and Tabulators Limited  1966
170 pages

A great book with photographs illustrating the industry in 1966 - in a sturdy plastic covered folder

The Computer
Methods of Data Acceptance
Magnetic Tape Storage
Direct Access Storage
Sorting
Data Output
Timing the sytem

Platform: Tex

Date: 1995 Visual Object Oriented Programming

Visual Object Oriented Programming
Concepts and Environments
Margaret M. Burnett, Adele Goldberg, and Ted G. Lewis
1995 | 280 pages
ISBN: 131723979
DESCRIPTION
This first book on the union of two rapidly growing approaches to programming--visual programming and object technology--provides a window on a subject of increasing commercial importance. It is an introduction and reference for cutting-edge developers, and for researchers, students, and enthusiasts interested in the design of visual OOP languages and environments.
Visual Object-Oriented Programming includes chapters on both emerging research and on a few classic systems, that together can help those who design visual object-oriented programming systems avoid some known pitfalls. The book contains an experience report on the use of available visual programming languages in a commercial setting, and chapters, by some of the leaders of this cutting-edge subject, covering systems such as Prograph, VIPR, PURSUIT, ThingLab II, Vampire, Forms/3, Self's environment, Vista, SPE, and Cerno.

Margaret Burnett, a faculty member at Oregon State University, is well known as a visual programming researcher. Her current work focuses on expanding the capabilities of visual programming languages. Dr. Burnett won the National Science Foundation's Young Investigator Award in 1994. Adele Goldberg is Chairman of ParcPlace Systems. She led the design team for the widely used OOP system, Smalltalk, and was the recipient of the ACM Systems Software Award in 1987. Ted Lewis is Chairman of the Computer Science Department at the Naval Postgraduate School. He is Editor-in-Chief of IEEE's Computer magazine and has authored or co-authored over 20 books.

Our copy is in excellent condition and was kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: object-oriented

Date: 1971 Compiler Construction for Digital Computer

Author: David Dries
Platform:

Date: 1986 The Anatomy of the CPC

The Anatomy of the CPC's
First Publishing
A Data Becker book 1986
edited by Jim Walker
Hardback 403 pages

Platform: cpc

Date: Unknown An Introduction to UNIX

University of Edinburgh
by Keith Farvis & Ann Macintosh

Platform: Unix

Date: 1985 Beginners Guide to Microcomputers in Business

Platform:

Date: Assembly Language for the PDP-11

Author: Charles Kapps, Robert L. Stafford
Platform: PDP 11

Date: 1978 Eurocomp 78 Proceedings of the European Computing Congress 1978

Eurocomp 78 Proceedings of the European Computing Congress 1978
Bib ID 98305
Author Eurocomp 78 (Conference) (Wembley Conference Centre)
Hardcover: 1087 pages
Publisher: Online Conferences (July 1978)
ISBN-10: 0903796236
ISBN-13: 978-0903796231
Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds

Platform: Tex

Date: 1982 Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics

Author: J.D Foley, A. Van Dam
Platform:

Date: 1986 ATARI ST: The Advanced Programmer's Guide

by Harrison
Edition:0 Pages:287 Book
Format:Hardcover
ISBN:1850580537
Date Published:01/1986
Publisher:Sigma Press

Platform: Atari ST

Date: 1979 Accounts payable & accounts receivable--CBASIC

Author:      Poole, Lon
PUBLISHER: Osborne/McGraw-Hill  (Berkeley, Calif.)
YEAR:     1979
Softback     Book ISBN 0931988233
1979 350 pages

SUBJECT(S):     Accounts receivable; Collecting of accounts; CBASIC (Computer program language); Accounts payable; Data processing

Platform: accounts

Date: 1st August 1987 Computer Graphics

First edition

Computer Graphics
by John Lansdown

Published August 1, 1987 by Teach Yourself Books .
Number of pages 240
Open Library OL10620406M
ISBN 10 0340408197
ISBN 13 9780340408193

Platform: Graphics

Date: 1985 How to Write Amstrad CPC464 Games Programs

```by W Simister
Published 1985 by Bernard Babani (Publishing) Ltd .
Format Paperback
Number of pages 134
ID Numbers
Open Library OL11655125M
ISBN 10 0859341348
ISBN 13 9780859341349
OCLC/WorldCat 12524128```

Date: 1986 A Career in Computers

Platform:

Date: Unknown Desktop Publishing on the Archimedes

Author:  Bruce Goatly
Format:  Softback
284 pages
Publish Date  1991
Publisher  Sigma
ISBN 1850582483

Platform: Acorn

Date: November 1988 Special Purpose Computers

Special Purpose Computers (Computational Techniques Series, Vol 5) (Hardcover)
by Berni J. Alder (Editor)
Hardcover: 282 pages
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0120492601
ISBN-13: 978-0120492602
The Hypercube
The QCD Machine
Navier-Stokes Computer
Delft processors

Platform:

Date: 1978 BASIC

BASIC by Robert L. Albrecht
2nd Edition
A Self Teaching Guide
ISBN 10: 0471035009 / 0-471-03500-9
ISBN 13: 9780471035008
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Publication Date: 1978
Binding: Softcover

Platform: basic

Date: 1985 The Atari ST companion

Jeremy Vine (Author)
Paperback
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: Sunshine (1985)
ISBN-10: 094640884X
ISBN-13: 978-0946408849

Platform: Atari ST

Date: December 1978 Microprocessor Programming for Computer Hobbyists

by Neill Graham
TAB Books No. 952
First Edition, Second Printing December 1978
Paperback 382 pages

Platform: programming

Date: 1998 Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins Of The Internet

by Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Simon & Schuster. First Touchstone edition 1998
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0684832674
ISBN-13: 978-0684832678
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches

Amazon.com Review
Considering that the history of the Internet is perhaps better documented internally than any other technological construct, it is remarkable how shadowy its origins have been to most people, including die-hard Net-denizens!

At last, Hafner and Lyon have written a well-researched story of the origins of the Internet substantiated by extensive interviews with its creators who delve into many interesting details such as the controversy surrounding the adoption of our now beloved "@" sign as the separator of usernames and machine addresses. Essential reading for anyone interested in the past -- and the future -- of the Net specifically, and telecommunications generally. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Publishers Weekly
Hafner, coauthor of Cyberpunk, and Lyon, assistant to the president of the University of Texas, here unveil the Sputnik-era beginnings of the Internet, the groundbreaking scientific work that created it and the often eccentric, brilliant scientists and engineers responsible. Originally funded during the Eisenhower administration by IPTO (Information Processing Techniques Office) within the Defense Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), ARPANET, the Internet's predecessor, was devised as a way to share far-flung U.S. computer resources at a time when computers were wildly expensive, room-sized bohemoths unable to communicate with any other. The husband-and-wife writing team profile the computer engineering firm of Bolt Baranek and Newman, which produced the original prototypes for ARPANET, and they profile the men (there were virtually no women) and an alphabet soup of agencies, universities and software that made the Internet possible. And while the book attempts to debunk the conventional notion that ARPANET was devised primarily as a communications link that could survive nuclear war (essentially it was not), pioneer developers like Paul Baran (who, along, with British Scientist Donald Davies devised the Internet's innovative packet-switching message technology) recognized the importance of an indestructible message medium in an age edgy over the prospects of global nuclear destruction. The book is excellent at enshrining little known but crucial scientist/administrators like Bob Taylor, Larry Roberts and Joseph Licklider, many of whom laid the groundwork for the computer science industry.

Platform: internet

Date: Unknown Computer Programming in Pascal

by David Lightfoot

Published 1983 by Hodder and Stoughton in Sevenoaks, Kent .

Written in English.
Includes Index + Bibliography:

Series Teach yourself books
Number of pages 195

ID Numbers
Open Library OL16199723M

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1985 Amstrad CPC-464 Learning Programs

```by Tony Noble.
Published 1985 by Sigma in Wilmslow .
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 005.2/65
Library of Congress QA76.8.A4
Number of pages 216
ID Numbers
Open Library OL15367523M
ISBN 10 1850580197```

Date: 1974 Systematic Analogue Computer Programming

Platform:

Date: Unknown Control on the Archimedes

Author:  Joe Telford
Format:  Softback
169 pages
Publish Date  1990
Publisher  HCCS
ISBN 0951692607

Platform: Acorn

Date: Mars and Back

Platform: BASIC

Date: 1979 Principles of Interactive Computer Grpahics

Author: William M. Newman, Robert F. Sproull
Platform:

Date: 1986 GEM on the Atari ST

First Publishing 1986
414 pages
Hardback

Digital Research (DRI) created the Graphical Environment Manager as an add-on program for personal computers. GEM was developed to work with existing CP/M and MS-DOS operating systems on business computers such as IBM-compatibles. It was developed from DRI software, known as GSX, designed by a former PARC employee. The similarity to the Macintosh desktop led to a copyright lawsuit from Apple Computer, and a settlement which involved some changes to GEM. This was to be the first of a series of 'look and feel' lawsuits related to GUI design in the 1980s.

GEM received widespread use in the consumer market from 1985, when it was made the default user interface built in to the TOS operating system of the Atari ST line of personal computers. It was also bundled by other computer manufacturers and distributors, such as Amstrad. Later, it was distributed with the best-sold Digital Research version of DOS for IBM PC compatibles, the DR-DOS 6.0. The GEM desktop faded from the market with the withdrawal of the Atari ST line in 1992 and with the popularity of the Microsoft Windows 3.0 in the PC front by the same years.

Platform: Atari ST

By A Yarwood
ISBN: 0582088038
Published Date: 1991
Publisher Longman Publishing Group
soft-back 242 pages

Date: May 1985 A Programmer's Guide to the MSX System

Chris I Burkinshaw (Author), Ross Goodley (Author)

Paperback: 214 pages

Publisher: Sigma P (May 1985)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 1850580154

ISBN-13: 978-1850580157

Platform: MSX

Date: 1991 Virtual Reality

Exploring the brave new technologies of artifical experience and interactive worlds from cyberspace to teledildonics.

Platform:

Date: 25th August 1983 Data Base Primer

Data Base Primer (Century's science and technology series) [IMPORT] (Paperback)
by Rose Deakin (Author)
Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: Century (August 25, 1983)
ISBN-10: 0712602097
ISBN-13: 978-0712602099
Microcomputer systems. Machine-readable files. Management (BNB/PRECIS)
Includes index.

Platform: database

Date: 1977 Microcomputer-Based Design

Author: John B. Peatman
Platform:

Date: 21st May 1980 Digital System Design with Large Scale Integration Bit-slice Logic

Glenford J. Myers (Author)
Hardcover: 352 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (May 21, 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471053767
ISBN-13: 978-0471053767

Platform: bit-slice

Date: 1985 Get More from the Epson Printer

By Susan Curran
Format:    Soft-cover 164 pages
Other Information:     Illustrations
Published In United Kingdom, 21 February 1985
Publisher: William Collins
ISBN:    0003830012
EAN:    9780003830019
Dimensions:     23.0 x 15.0 centimeters

Platform: Epson

Date: November 1984 Starting Machine Code on the MSX

G P Ridley (Author)

Paperback: 152 pages

Publisher: Kuma Computers (November 1984)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0745701329

ISBN-13: 978-0745701325

Platform: MSX

Date: 1985 An Educational Database for the Amstrad

```by Richard Hurley and David Virgo
Published April 1985 by Duckworth Pub .
Written in English.
Format Paperback
Number of pages 200
ID Numbers
Open Library OL11253843M
ISBN 10 0715619772
ISBN 13 9780715619773
OCLC/WorldCat 60047868```

Date: 1982 Microcomputers in the Classroom

Platform:

Date: Unknown Archimedes First Steps

Author:  Anne Rooney
Format:  Softback
240 pages
Publish Date  1990
Publisher  DABS Press
ISBN 1870336739

Platform: Acorn

Date: May 1985 A Concise Introduction to the Language of BBC BASIC

Author: T. J. E. Murphy
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1986 The BBC Master 128 for High-Flyers

Author: John Gordon, Iam McLean
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1984 The Apple Macintosh Book

Author: Cary Lu
Platform: Apple Mac

Date: 1976 COBOL with style: Programming proverbs

by Louis J Chmura and Henry Ledgard
Hayden computer programming series
Paperback: 148 pages
Publisher: Hayden Book Co (1976)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0810457814
ISBN-13: 978-0810457812
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.7 x 0.5 inches

Amazon review:
For programming enthusiasts, this work is a gold mine. It describes the all-important techniques for successful programming. The following proverbs are described generously
throughout the book:
o Don't panic
o Problem definition is important
o Document early and continuously
o Plan and think first-code later
o Proceed top/down
o Code logically
o Use PERFORM and CALL verbs
o Comment effectively and use mnemonic words
o Get the syntax correct
o Plan for customizations
o Don't be afraid to start over or to make a major customization
or improvement

Model programs depict the IDENTIFICATION DIVISION, ENVIRONMENT DIVISION, DATA DIVISION, FILE SECTIONS, WORKING-STORAGE SECTIONS , REPORT SECTIONS AND PROCEDURE SECTIONS

The author shows how to isolate key program messages in the data division and the wisdom of avoiding non-standard COBOL features.

An example of top/down programming follows:

describe input files
if either input file is missing or is labelled incorrectly
then let the operating system generate an error message
else if either input file is empty
then write appropriate message to system console
else prepare for payroll and report generation
generate payroll and report
clean up after generation
end

The author asks that programmers write simple code that is easy to read, interpret and re-create if the need arises. In addition. it is important to avoid nonstandard features.
This book has a wealth of programming standards information which
will prove invaluable in the field. The book is well worth the money.

Platform: Cobol

Date: 31st December 1985 The Msx Games Book

Published December 31, 1985 by Blackwell Science Ltd .

The Physical Object

Format Paperback

Number of pages 200

Open Library OL9913178M
ISBN 10 0003830837
ISBN 13 9780003830835
OCLC/WorldCat 12513212

Platform: MSX

Date: 1985 Graphics programming techniques on the Amstrad CPC 464

```by Wynford James.
Published 1985 by Micro in Tunbridge Wells .
Written in English.
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 006.6/865
Library of Congress QA76.8.A4
Number of pages 161
ID Numbers
Open Library OL20499973M
ISBN 10 0744700272
OCLC/WorldCat 12514650```

Date: 1989 Teaching with Computers : A New Menu for the 90s

Platform:

Date: Unknown Master Users Guiide

Author:  Chris Snee
Format:  Softback
224 pages
Publish Date  1989
Publisher  DAB Hand
ISBN 1870336143

Platform: Acorn

Date: August 1985 A Pick Handbook

PICK Handbook: Every Manager's Guide to the PICK Operating System (Spiral-bound)
by Wendy Richardson (Author), Margaret Aldis (Author)
Spiral-bound: 157 pages
Publisher: Syntagma Systems Lit. (Aug 1985)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0951063103
ISBN-13: 978-0951063101

The Pick operating system (often called just "the Pick system" or simply "Pick") is a demand-paged, multiuser, virtual memory, time-sharing operating system based around a unique "multivalued" database. It is used primarily for business data processing. Although it started on a variety of minicomputers, the system and various implementations eventually spread to a large variety of microcomputers and mainframe computers, and is still in use today.

The Pick database is a 'hash-file' data management system. A hash-file system is a collection of dynamic associative arrays which are organized altogether and linked and controlled using associative files as a database management system. Being hash-file oriented, Pick provides efficiency in data access time in many cases. All data structures in Pick are hash-files (at the lowest level) meaning records are stored as associated couplets of a primary key to a set of values.

Pick was originally implemented as the Generalized Information Retrieval Language System (GIRLS) on an IBM System/360 in 1965 by Don Nelson and Dick Pick at TRW for use by the U.S. Army to control the inventory of Cheyenne helicopter parts. Pick was subsequently commercially released in 1973 by Microdata (and their British distributor CMC) as the Reality Operating System now supplied by Northgate Information Solutions.

Platform: Pick

Date: 1987 Series 32000 Programmer's Reference Manual

Author: Colin Hunter
Platform:

Date: 1985 How to program your MSX computer like a professional

By Tim Hartnell

Published 1985 by Interface Publications in London .
Soft Cover 180 pages
Written in English.

ID Numbers

Open Library OL15324013M

ISBN 10 0947695281

OCLC/WorldCat 220203439

Platform: MSX

Date: 1985 Subroutines for the Amstrad CPC 464 and 664

```by A P & D J Stephenson
Published 1985 by Argus in London .
238 pages
ID Numbers
Open Library OL21617346M
ISBN 10 0852428553```

Platform:

Date: Unknown Master Technical Guiide

Author:  Robin Burton
Format:  Softback
416 pages
Publish Date  1990
Publisher  DAB Hand
ISBN 1870336801

Platform: Acorn

Date: Begin BASIC on the BBC Micro

This course was developed for individual study which consists of fourty computer-based tutorials which present each new idea on the computer. The computer baed lessons are backed up by exercises in the accompanying workbook.

Author: Alan Mackie
Platform:

Date: 1979 Proving Programs Correct

Author: Robert B. Anderson
Platform:

Date: 1984 40 Educational Games for the Atari

ISBN     0-246-12558-6
RCN     0246125586
Author     Apps, Vince
Title     40 Educational Games for the Atari
202 pages

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: 1983 Microprocessors and Microelectronics

A Self Instruction Course from Cambridge Learning
ISBN: 0905946243 / 0-905946-24-3
Cambridge Learning 1983
Paperback 172 pages

Author: Ian Williamson
Platform: microprocessor

Date: 1985 Useful Utilities for Your MSX

• Steve Webb (Author)
• Soft cover: 90 pages
• Publisher: Virgin Books 1985
• Language English
ISBN-10: 086369084X
• ISBN-13: 978-0863690846

Platform: MSX

Date: 1985 Sensational games for the Amstrad CPC464

```by Jim Gregory
Published 1985 by Collins in London .
200 pages
ID Numbers
Open Library OL14875444M
ISBN 10 0003831213
OCLC/WorldCat 650156397```

Date: Unknown Micro Computer for Business and Home

Platform:

Date: 1978 Computer Programs That Work!

Author: J.D Lee, G. Beech, T.D Lee
Platform:

Date: 1984 Atari Sound and Graphics

by Herb Moore, Judy Lower, Bob Albrecht
ISBN    0471095931 / 9780471095934 / 0-471-09593-1
Publisher    Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, John
Language    English
Edition    Softcover
1982
234 pages

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: Unknown Computer-Based Systems

Platform:

Date: 1991 A Concise Introduction to Windows 3.0

Author: Noel Kantaris
Platform: Windows

Date: 2018 The Story of Computing

Book by Dermot Turing (2018) includes a section on the Lyons/LEO place in the story of computing, and includes photo of LEO, Chapter 6, pages 106 to 110.

Sir Dermot Turing is a nephew of Alan Turing, and 12th Baronet Turing. The book provides a comprehensive and readable account of the story of computing from abacus to a glimpse of how the story might develop in the future.

#OBJECT=50681#

Author: Dermot Turing
Platform:

Date: 1983 Programs That Write Programs

Platform:

Date: 1st December 1983 Making The Most Of Your Atari

'Success in the fast lane' programming series
Author: Paul Bunn
Book Type: Paperback
178 pages
ISBN-13: 9780907563211
ISBN: 090756321X
Publication date: 01/1983

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: November 1993 Amiga Next Steps

Title:     Amiga A1200 : : next steps : learn how to get the very most from your Amiga A1200
Author:     Peter Fitzpatrick
Year:     1993

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Bruce Smith Books (November 1993)
ISBN-10: 1873308248
ISBN-13: 978-1873308240
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches

Platform: Commodore Amiga

Date: 1986 Powerful programming for Amstrads

```supercharge your 464/664/6128.
by W Johnson
Published 1986 by Sigma in Wilmslow .
196 pages
Written in English.
ID Numbers
Open Library OL15367546M
ISBN 10 1850580464
OCLC/WorldCat 219816199```

Date: Unknown The Fantastic Guide to Computers

Platform:

Date: Radio Shack PC-4 Programming Guide

Introduction to computing with TRS-80 Pocket Computer Model PC-4, including step-by-step instructions and programs for statistics, games, finance and more!

Platform: TRS-80 Pocket Computer

Date: 2005 The Computer: An Illustrated History

The Computer: An Illustrated History
by Mark Frauenfelder
Tracing the evolution of this vital machine from its earliest roots through its current status as a totally indispensable part of 21st century life, Frauenfelder also examines the speed at which computer technology is progressing and its possibilities for the future.
A wonderul illustrated large format hardback book

Extra large, square glossy colour printed boards, 256pp, copious illustrations in colour and some b/w, index. High on visuals, low on text, but still a very thorough gazetteer of computing devices from ancient tally sticks to super-computers and nanotechnology.

ISBN 1862002762

Author: Mark Frauenfelder
Platform: illustrated history

Date: 1983 The Complete Forth

Platform:

Date: 1982 Games For The Atari

by S Roberts
1982
116 pages - paperback

Platform: Atari 8 Bit

Date: 1981 The Sinclair ZX81 Programming For Real Applications

Author     Randle Hurley
Publisher     Macmillan
Year     1981
Paperback 164 pages

Platform: ZX81

Date: 1985 M6800 microprocessor application manual

```Author:Motorola Semiconductor Products Inc.
First Edition
Publisher:[Phoenix, Ariz.] : Motorola, 1975.```

Platform: 6800

Date: Unknown Games Electron Computers Play

Platform:

Date: 1960 High Speed Computing (1959)

High Speed Computingg: Methods and Applications by
Sir Graham Sutton, C.B.E., D.Sc., F.R.S (senior Princvipal Scientific Officer, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough
Second Impression 1959
244 pages hard back

Platform: high speed

Date: 1975 SNOBOL An Introduction to Programming

Author: Peter R. Newsted
Platform:

Date: 1984 Data Handling on the Commodore 64 Made Easy

Useful Programming for the Home, Student and Small Business
James Gatenby
9780246124548
ISBN 10: 0246124547 / 0-246-12454-7
ISBN 13: 9780246124548
Publication Date: 1984
122 pages

Author: James Gatenby
Platform: Commodore 64

Date: Unknown The Atmos Programmers

Platform:

Date: 1983 Electronically Speaking: Computer Speech Generation

Title:
Author: John P. Cater
Publisher: Sams Technical Publishing
ISBN: 0672219476 (pbk.) :
Edition: c1983.
Classification: TK7882.S65
Dewey: 621.3819/5832
230 Pages Paperback

Platform:

Date: January 1984 Getting More from Your Commodore 64

Author: Mark Harrison
ISBN: 0905104595
Publisher: Sigma Technical Press
Publication Date: 1984-01-00
168 pages

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1984 Micromania : The Whole Truth about Home Computers

Platform:

Date: 1991 Managing It at Board Level : The Hidden Agenda Exposed

Managing It at Board Level : The Hidden Agenda Exposed
Kit Grindley
9780273034551
ISBN 10: 0273034553 / 0-273-03455-3
ISBN 13: 9780273034551
Publisher:
Publication Date: 1991
Binding: Hardcover
London : Pitman, 1991.
210 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

Amazon Review by Linda Zarate (Amazon user published 2002-03-26 )
When this book was first published in 1991 it presented a viable approach to getting IT under control. The 1995 second edition contained refinements and was even more valuable because it came out in the aftermath of the industry-wide movement to decentralize, which only reinforced the central theme of the book: IT needs to be managed centrally. Although this book is as valid today as it was when first published, others with a fresher approach have been published in the ensuing 7 years since the second edition. However, this book is still invaluable as a secondary text for a number of reasons:
(1) It is focused on business control of IT, and centralized control at that. This message needs to be reinforced, in my opinion, and the book provides compelling reasons for doing so.

(2) Chapter 3's discussion of the IT director's job is really an examination of politics and challenges that still doggedly remain in IT in spite of being exposed year after year. The case studies in this chapter alone make this book worth buying and reading. Chapter 4, The Culture Gap, is also invaluable and shows that after 7 years since this edition came out that we're still grappling with the same old issues.

(3) The book's anecdotes, case studies and pull-no-punches comments about pitfalls and challenges are sanity checks that should be revisited by pulling this book from your shelf, dusting it off and turning to a random page - you are sure to spot a phrase or illustration that will influence you. Think of it as high-tech I Ching.

If you want a more up-to-date text on managing IT methodically and quantitatively I recommend anything written by Dan Remenyi. However, if you want deep insights and a book from which you can find inspiration or ideas by turning to a random page, this will serve you long after the more technical tomes have lost their appeal.

Platform:

Date: 1982 The Computer Book

An introduction to computers and computing.
The cover features Chris Searle from the BBC Television series : The Computer Programme.

Author: David Allen
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1980 Foundations of Programming with Pascal

Author: Lawrie Moore
Platform:

Date: 1984 Business Systems on the Commodore 64

Author: Susan Curran, Margaret Norman
Book Type: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780246124227 - ISBN-10: 0246124229
Pages: 172
1984

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1969 Compiling Techniques

```by F.R.A. Hopgood.
Published 1969 by Macdonald, American Elsevier in London, New York .
Series Macdonald computer monographs -- 8
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 651.8
Library of Congress QA76.5 .H66
Number of pages 126
ID Numbers
Open Library OL24203842M
ISBN 10 0356024741, 0444197699
ISBN 13 9780356024745, 9780444197696
LC Control Number 69012573
OCLC/WorldCat 90008```

Platform: Compiler

Date: 1969 Computers at Work

Platform:

Date: 1977 Introduction to Computer Data Processing

Introduction to Computer Data Processing
(ISBN: 0030898447 / 0-03-089844-7)
Wilson T. Price
Second Edition
Thge Dryden Press 1977
500 pages hardback
ISBN 10: 0030898447
ISBN 13: 9780030898440

Author: Wilson T.Price
Platform:

Date: 1987 A Course for GCSE Systems Electronics

Author: G.W Pilliner, D.A Snashall
Platform:

Date: 28th March 1985 Advanced Commodore 64 BASIC Revealed

by Nick Hampshire, Richard Franklin, Carl Graham
ISBN    0003830888 / 9780003830880 / 0-00-383088-8
Publisher    HarperCollins Publishers Limited
Language    English
Edition    Softcover
Publication Date: 3/28/1985
Pages: 224

Author: Nick Hampshire
Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1982 Introduction To Computer Studies

(ISBN: 0080250025 / 0-08-025002-5 )
Number of pages: 158

Platform: studies

Date: 1990 How to Win at Super Mario Bros. Games

Platform:

Date: 1994 Open Computing's Best UNIX Tips Ever

Open Computing's Best UNIX Tips Ever
by Kenneth H. Rosen
Douglas A. Host
Richard R. Rosinski

Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media 1994
Date published: 1994
ISBN-13: 9780078819247
ISBN: 0078819245

About this title: A collection of tips covering all versions of UNIX System V, up to Release 4.2. It is designed to help new users implement everyday tasks, and to show experienced users how to work more effectively with UNIX. The authors present tips on UNIX shell programming, UNIX tools and program development under UNIX. There are also tips on communicaitons and networking, as well as on managing and administering UNIX systems. One key part of the book addresses the X Window environment, and shows how to customize the windowing environment. The book includes the Motif and OPEN LOOK interfaces, and is organized into various categories for easy access.

From the Publisher:
Computer Models/Operating Systems helps new users get started and avoid common pitfalls. It provides new tips and tricks for experienced users and offers a gold mine of useful scripts and programs you can easily adapt. If you use the UNIX operating system, you couldn't ask for a better source of productive tips to put to use right away than Open Computing's Best UNIX Tips Ever. You'll find a wealth of common situations with answers to everyday problems - PLUS, examples of more unusual and complicated tasks. These unique solutions will have you working more efficiently than ever. Get a handle on the basics of UNIX, including setting up your system, organizing your files, and customizing the environment; learn efficient and powerful ways to edit, format, and print text; explore the vast resources of the Internet with tips on how to find them fast; discover how to communicate via electronic mail, transfer files, share files, and network with other systems; learn to use UNIX and DOS together and to communicate between environments; uncover the secrets of system and network administration, including tips on configuration, backup, and security strategies; find tips on using and customizing your X Window environment; learn to write shell programs and C programs, and to use such tools as PERL, AWK, and SED; and discover many really useful shortcuts to powerful solutions that help you use UNIX more effectively, efficiently, and enjoyably. For an outstanding resource that helps you use UNIX more productively, Open Computing's Best UNIX Tips Ever is the only choice.

Platform: Unix

Date: 1989 Practical Electronics for GCSE

Author: Owen Bishop
Platform:

Date: 1985 Anatomy of the Commodore 128

the authoritative insider's guide
K. Gerits (Author), J. Schieb (Author), F. Thrun (Author)
Paperback
Publisher: First Publishing (1985)
ISBN-10: 0948015268
ISBN-13: 978-0948015267

Platform: Commodore 128

Date: 1975 M6800 Motorola Semiconductors

From the computer....to the Microprocessor
60 page general handbook

Platform: 6800

Date: 1994 The Fantastic Guide to Computers

Platform:

Date: January 1993 PostScript(R) Language Tutorial and Cookbook

PostScript(R) Language Tutorial and Cookbook
Paperback: 256 pages
Copyright 1986. 21st Printing January 1993
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201101793
ISBN-13: 978-0201101799
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.2 x 0.3 inches
Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Product Description
This book gives novices an introduction to Postscript--the state-of-the-art ingredient that drives Apple's LaserWriter printer. It also includes practical cookbook examples.

From the Back Cover
PostScript, a revolutionary, device-independent page description language, is quickly becoming the industry standard for printing high-quality integrated text and graphics. It is a powerful, flexible language that has the ability to describe efficiently the appearance of text, images, and graphic material on the printed page.

Using numerous annotated examples and short programs, the tutorial provides a step-by-step guided tour of PostScript, highlighting those qualities that make it such a unique and powerful language. The cookbook offers a collection of some of the most useful techniques and procedures available to PostScript programmers.

Platform: PostScript

Date: 1983 The Personal Computer Handbook

Platform:

Date: 1992 Literate Programming

by Donald E. Knuth (Stanford, California: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1992), 368 pages
(CSLI Lecture Notes, no. 27.)
ISBN 0-937073-80-6

Literate programming is a methodology that combines a programming language with a documentation language, thereby making programs more robust, more portable, more easily maintained, and arguably more fun to write than programs that are written only in a high-level language. The main idea is to treat a program as a piece of literature, addressed to human beings rather than to a computer. The program is also viewed as a hypertext document, rather like the World Wide Web. (Indeed, I used the word WEB for this purpose long before CERN grabbed it!) This book is an anthology of essays including my early papers on related topics such as structured programming, as well as the article in The Computer Journal that launched Literate Programming itself. The articles have been revised, extended, and brought up to date.

1. Computer programming as an art [P68]
2. Structured programming with go to statements [P67]
3. A structured program to generate all topological sorting arrangements [P65]
4. Literate programming [P109]
5. Programming pearls: Sampling [Q78]
6. Programming pearls, continued: Common words [Q79]
7. How to read a WEB [from TeX: The Program]
8. Excerpts from the programs for TeX and METAFONT [from Computers & Typesetting, volumes B and D]
9. Mathematical writing [from Mathematical Writing]
10. The errors of TeX [P124]
11. The error log of TeX [P124, with new material]
12. An example of CWEB [never before published]
13. Further reading: A comprehensive bibliography of Literate Programming [never before published]

Author: knuth
Platform: Programmimg

Date: Unknown The Home Computer Revolution

Platform:

Date: 1989 Basic V for the Acorn Archimedes

Basic V for the Acorn Archimedes
by Mike Williams
124 pages
1989
ISBN 1870336755 / 9781870336758 / 1-870336-75-5
Publisher Dabs Direct
Language English
Edition Softcover

Platform: Acorn Archimedes

Date: 1985 The Robot Book

Author: Richard Pawson
Platform:

Date: 1999 PalmPilot The Ultimate Guide

```by David Pogue
Mastering Palm Organisers from Pilot 1000 to Palm VII
Second Edition
Publisher O'Reilly
600 pages```

Platform: Palm

Date: Unknown Project Oberon: The Design of an Operating System and Compiler

Project Oberon: The Design of an Operating System and Compiler (Acm Press Books) (Hardcover)
Niklaus Wirth (Author)

Hardcover: 488 pages
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd) (November 1992)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0201544288
ISBN-13: 978-0201544282
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.8 x 1.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds

Project Oberon contains a definition of the Oberon Language and describes its relation to Modula-2 and the software tools developed with the system. This definitive, first-hand account of the design, development, and implementation of Oberon completes the Oberon trilogy.

Amazon Review:
Historical background and motivation;Basic concepts and structure of the system;The tasking system;The display system;The text system; The module loader;The file system;Storage layout and management;Device drivers;The network;Adedicated server for file distribution;Electronic mail and printing;The compiler;Agraphics editor;Building and maintenance tools.

Platform: oberon

Date: 24th June 1974 Algol in Brief: A Short Practical Guide

John Fuller Ractliffe (Editor)
Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press (Jun 24 1971)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0198596103
ISBN-13: 978-0198596103

Platform: Algol

Date: 1978 Structured programming and problem-solving with PASCAL

```Richard B. Kieburtz.
Published 1978 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, NJ .
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.6/42
Library of Congress QA63 .K53
Number of pages 365
ID Numbers
Open Library OL4716006M
ISBN 10 0138548692
LC Control Number 78002381
Library Thing 7546979```

Platform: Pascal

Date: Unknown The Complete Games Guide NMS Vol 2 M-Z

Platform:

Date: 1990 The Annotated C++ Reference Manual

The Annotated C++ Reference Manual
by Margaret A. Ellis
Hardback: 448 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0201514591
ISBN-13: 978-0201514599
Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 16.3 x 2.5 cm #

Product Description
This book provides a complete reference for the C++ programming language. It consists of the C++ reference manual, approved as the base document for ANSI standardization of the language, plus annotations and commentary. The annotations and commentary discuss what is not included in the language, why certain features are defined as they are, and how one might implement particular features. The commentaries also help the reader to understand the relationships between parts of the language. Comparisons with C and examples explain the more subtle points of the language. Sixteen chapters cover the latest version of C++ including multiple inheritance, abstract classes, templates, exception handling, and more. A final chapter describes resolutions by the ANSI/ISO committee including new features such as run-time type information and namespaces. Appendices summarize the grammar and evolution of the language, and explain in detail the differences between C and C++. The Annotated C++ Reference Manual will appeal to language implementors and expert C++ programmers. 0201514591B04062001

From the Back Cover
This book provides a complete reference for the C++ programming language. It consists of the C++ reference manual, approved as the base document for ANSI standardization of the language, plus annotations and commentary.

The annotations and commentary discuss what is not included in the language, why certain features are defined as they are, and how one might implement particular features. The commentaries also help the reader to understand the relationships between parts of the language. Comparisons with C and examples explain the more subtle points of the language.

Sixteen chapters cover the latest version of C++ including multiple inheritance, abstract classes, templates, exception handling, and more. A final chapter describes resolutions by the ANSI/ISO committee including new features such as run-time type information and namespaces. Appendices summarize the grammar and evolution of the language, and explain in detail the differences between C and C++.

The Annotated C++ Reference Manual will appeal to language implementors and expert C++ programmers.

Platform: C++

Date: 1974 Macro Processors and Techniques for Portable Software

Macro Processors and Techniques for Portable Software
by P J Brown
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Horizon Pubs & Distributors Inc
Date published: 1974
ISBN-13: 9780471110057
ISBN: 0471110051

Platform: microprocessors

Date: 1978 Structured programming and problem-solving with PASCAL

```Richard B. Kieburtz.
Published 1978 by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, NJ .
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.6/42
Library of Congress QA63 .K53
Number of pages 365
ID Numbers
Open Library OL4716006M
ISBN 10 0138548692
LC Control Number 78002381
Library Thing 7546979```

Platform: Pascal

Date: Unknown An Introduction to Programming the ORIC-1

Platform:

Date: 1978 Coral 66 Programming

Author: JT Webb
Platform:

Date: 1984 The Times Book of Computer Puzzles & Games for the Sinclair Spectrum

Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K
Publisher    Sidgwick & Jackson
Author Harold Gale & Robin Bradbeer
English-UK
ISBN-10    028399164X
Published    1984
Binding    Soft Cover 160 pages

Platform: ZX Spectrum

Date: 1984 The Machine Language Book of the Commodore 64

by Lotharr Englisch
Publisher Abacus Software
Date Published 1984
ISBN 0-916439-02-X - the book said 091643903X but the former works!
Pages 216
Soft-Cover
Translated from 1983 version in German

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: February 1984 Quantitative System Performance, Computer System Analysis Using Queuing Network Models

by Edward D. Lazowska

Hardcover: 417 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (February 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0137469756
ISBN-13: 978-0137469758
Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6 x 1.2 inches

This text was published by Prentice-Hall, Inc., in 1984. It remains the definitive work on analytic modelling of computer systems.

Platform: networking

Date: 1979 PASCAL with style

```programming proverbs
Henry F. Ledgard, John F. Hueras and Paul A. Nagin.
Published 1979 by Hayden Book Co. in Rochelle Park, N.J .
Bibliography: p. 205-206.
Includes index.

Series Hayden computer programming series
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.6/424
Library of Congress QA76.73.P2 L4
Number of pages 210
ID Numbers
Open Library OL4414277M
ISBN 10 0810451247
LC Control Number 79018069
Library Thing 841204```

Platform: Pascal

Date: Unknown The Silicon Society

Platform:

Date: 1978 Digital Continuous-System Simulation

Platform:

Date: 1984 The Psychologist and the Microcomputer

DIVISION OF EDUCATIONAL AND CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
EDUCATIONAL AND CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
VOLUME 1, NUMBERS 2 & 3, 1984
THE PSYCHOLOGIST AND THE MICROCOMPUTER
Edited by R.J.Cameron

Using microcomputers with pupils with special needs: computer managed learning. Proceedings of the 1984 DECP Annual Refresher Course

Platform: decp

Date: 1984 The Advanced Machine Language Book for the Commodore 64

by Lothar Englisch,
Publisher: Abacus Software September 1984
ISBN 0916439062
Physical Description: 210 pages
Edition Info: Paperback

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1971 Compiler Construction For Digital Computers

Title: Compiler Construction For Digital Computers
Author: David Gries,
Publisher: John Wiley And Sons Ltd 1971
Pages: 510
Published: 1973-12-31
ISBN-10: 0471327719
ISBN-13: 9780471327714

Donated by Ian Higgs

Platform: Compiler

Date: 1978 A practical introduction to Pascal

```I. R. Wilson, A. M. Addyman.
Published 1978 by Macmillan in London .
Bibliography: p. 144.
Includes index.
Series Macmillan computer science series
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.6/424
Library of Congress QA76.73.P2 W55 1978b
Number of pages 148
ID Numbers
Open Library OL4296011M
ISBN 10 0333235827
LC Control Number 78324093
Library Thing 808796```

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1983 Language of the Dragon : 6809 Assembler

Platform:

Date: 1981 Systems Programmer's Problem Solver

Systems programmer's problem solver (Winthrop computer systems series) [Hardcover]
By William S Mosteller
Hardcover: 223 pages
Publisher: Winthrop (1981)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0876268300
ISBN-13: 978-0876268308

Amazon Review:
"t was written by a mainframer for mainframers, and the slant towards MVS needs to be aligned to contemporary systems.

However, here are some of the reasons why I feel this book still has value:

- The principles haven't changed. While the first chapter on debugging is aimed at mainframe systems programmers, consider some of the topics - "What did you change recently?", "Corrective Redesign", and "Timing Problems". These, and the other eighteen items covered are most certainly relevant today regardless of the programming language(s) or environments. Other chapters that are well grounded in principles include (3) Prevention, (4) Coding Practices, (6) Testing and (7) Management.

- It's an easy read. Each chapter addresses topics in short one-to-two page essays. I especially like the wry humor which reminds me of Geoffrey James' "The Tao of Programming" (ISBN 0931137071), and the fact that each topic is covered in sufficient depth to make you think, but doesn't go into superfluous or unnecessary detail.

- Gerald Weinberg's forward to this book could have been written yesterday instead of in 1989!

Of course, if you are one of the shrinking group of MVS (and VM) systems programmers this book will be much more meaningful, but I think that any programmer will benefit from this book. I would love to see it updated and republished in a 3rd edition."

Platform: systems

Date: 1977 The TTL data book for design engineers.

2nd edition.
Published 1977 by Texas Instruments in Bedford .
Written in English.

Hardcover
Publisher: Texas Instruments (1977)
Language: German
ISBN-10: 0904047210
ISBN-13: 978-0904047219

Indexed by alphanumeric product names/functionality/selection guide. INterchangeability guide; general info; ordering instructions & mechanical data; 54/74 families of compatible TTH circuits; 54/74 family SSI circuits; 54/74 family MSI/LSI circuits; Jan Mil-M-38510 integrated circuits; 38510/MACH IV procurement specifications; IC sockets & interconnection panels.

Donated by Ian Higgs

Platform: TTL

Platform:

Date: 1969 Introduction to Linear Algebra

Introduction to Linear Algebra
A primer for socila scientists
by Gordon Mills
Hardback
AldinePublishing Company, Chicago
1969
226 pages including Index

Platform: Algebra

Date: 1985 Useful Subroutines and Utilities for the Commodore 64

Platform:

Date: Unknown Transistor-Transistor Logic

Title Transistor-Transistor Logic and its Interconnections : a Practical Guide to Microelectronic Circuits / (by) J. A. Scarlett.

60 glossy pages

Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1972.
Bib Id 134977
ISBN 0442073704

Kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: Transistor

Date: 1978 ICL CES Computer Studies Book 1

ICL CES (computer Education in Schools) Computer Studies Book 1
Computer Studies: Pt. 1 [Paperback]
Computer Education in Schools
by C C Monson, I R Sewell & F P Vickers
Paperback: 380 pages
Publisher: ICl  1978
ISBN-10: 0903885174
ISBN-13: 978-0903885171

Kindly donated by Annette Arber

Platform: studies

Date: 1993 System Board Technical Guide

by David G Atheral
Soft-cover 1993
Edition 1
ISBN: 9781874034100 / 1874034109

500 system boards supported

Author: David G Atheral
Platform: system

Date: Unknown Vic20 Machine Code

Platform:

Date: 1984 Comal

Serves as an introduction to Comal, a computing language, with a tutorial, software writing, a summary of the language and demonstration programs. ISBN 0 907876 90 0. 440 Pages.

Author: Roy Thornton Paul Christensen
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1979 ICL CES Computer Studies Book 2

ICL CES (computer Education in Schools) Computer Studies Book 2
Computer Studies: Pt. 1 [Paperback]
Computer Education in Schools
by C C Monson, I R Sewell & F P Vickers
Paperback: 380 pages
Publisher: ICl  1979
ISBN-10: 0903885190
ISBN-13: 978-0903885171

Kindly donated by Annette Arber

Platform: studies

Date: 1966 Principles of Algol 60 programming

Engineering science monographs
J. S Collins (Author)
Hardback: 142 pages
Publisher: Harrap (1966)

Platform: Algol

Date: 1984 Exploring music with the BBC micro and Electron

`by Kevin Jones.Published 1984 by Pitman in London, Marshfield, Mass . Written in English.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 789.9/9Library of Congress MT723 .J66 1984Number of pages 284ID NumbersOpen Library OL2946286MISBN 10 0273022148LC Control Number 84186305Goodreads 3491496`

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1981 The Sinclair ZX81 Programming for Real Applications

Platform:

Date: 1999 Anti-Patterns and Patterns in Software Configuration Management

Anti-Patterns and Patterns in Software Configuration Management (Hardcover)
by William J. Brown
William J. Brown (Author)
› Visit Amazon's William J. Brown Page
See search results for this author
Are you an author? Learn about Author Central
(Author), Hays W. McCormick (Author), Scott W. Thomas (Author)

Antipatterns are an emerging and controversial new area in the patterns community. Where design patterns identify different types of procedures, designs, or code that worked in object-oriented projects, antipatterns target those common mistakes, defects, errors, or difficult people that can sink object-oriented projects and systems. Configuration Management (CM) is managing the evolution of a software project - managing the revisions or changes to the product after it is first released. This phase is important in a product's ongoing life-cycle because CM helps to ensure that all improvements are implemented in a timely and accurate fashion. In addition, CM ensures that product testing occurs and is accurately documented so that the test findings can be incorporated into improving the design of the product with the next version. This book continues where the first book on antipatterns by this author team left off. In the first book, they focused on the areas of design, architecture, and management, in other words - people issues. With this book, they focus on the area of Configuration Management and document over 20 antipatterns and ten design patterns that exist during this stage of a product's development.

Platform: patterns

Date: 1986 The Computer Tutor - A Complete Masterclass for Your Micro

The Computer Tutor - A Complete Masterclass for Your Micro
(ISBN: 185155047X / 1-85155-047-X ) Maurice Geller (Editor)
Binding: Hardcover
304 Pages
With many colour illustrations
Guild Publishing, London, 1986. Blue cloth boards

Platform: Micro

Date: 1979 ICL CES Computer Studies Book 3

ICL CES (computer Education in Schools) Computer Studies Book 3
Computer Studies: Pt. 1 [Paperback]
Computer Education in Schools
by C C Monson, I R Sewell & F P Vickers
Paperback: 428 pages
Publisher: ICl  1979
ISBN-10: 0903885131

Kindly donated by Annette Arber

Platform: studies

Date: 1971 Problem-Solving Methods in Artificial Intelligence

by Nils J. Nilsson
McGraw-Hill 1971
Hardback 256 pages

Donated by Ian Higgs

Platform: AI

Date: Unknown Space Adventures for the VIC 20

Platform:

Date: April 1996 Realizing the Object-Oriented Lifecycle

Realizing the Object-Oriented Lifecycle (Prentice-Hall Object-Oriented Series) (Hardcover)
by Claude Baudoin

About this title: By focusing on the robustness of object technology and its practicality, this book demonstrates how object technology can be implemented to accomplish real world productivity and quality improvements in software development.

Hardcover: 508 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall (April 1996)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 013124454X
ISBN-13: 978-0131244542
Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 7.2 x 1 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds

Kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: object-oriented

Date: 1977 Computer Data Structures

by John L. Pfaltz
McGraw-Hill, 1977
International Studdent Edition
Softback 450 pages

Platform: data

Date: 1984 Electron Assembly Language

Platform:

Date: 1965 Data Transmission

Data Transmission (Hardcover)
by William Ralph Bennett (Author), J.R. Davey (Author)

1965

Hardcover: 356 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (April 1965)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0070046778
ISBN-13: 978-0070046771

Kindly donated by Alan Wills

Platform: Data Transmission

Date: 26th April 1978 Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving with PASCAL

Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving with PASCAL
G. Michael Schneider, Steven W. Weingart, David M. Perlman
Paperback: 394 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; International Ed edition (April 26, 1978)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471044318
ISBN-13: 978-0471044314
Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds

An amazon review:
This book and the other one on Advanced programming with Pascal are ideal for beginning computer science students to learn programming fundamentals and data structures. Needless to say, this book is outdated, but then, how many languages are "current" after two years? If you want the plain basics, get this book. If not, go for those monster 2000 page java books... Pascal is beautiful as simple things are.

Our book was very kindly donated by John Yates

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1984 The BBC microcomputer in science teaching

Author:     R A Sparkes (books written by R A Sparkes)
Publisher    Random House
Soft-back 395 pages
Year:     1984
ISBN-10:     0-09-154571-4 / 0091545714 (similar ISBNs)
ISBN-13/EAN:     9780091545710

Author: R A Sparkes
Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1971 Programming Languages, Information Structures, and Machine Organization.

Peter Wegner (Author)
Soft cover: 400 pages
Publisher: McGraw Hill International Student Edition 1971
Language: English

Platform: programming

Date: 1985 iAPX 86/88, 186/188 Users Manual

Hardware Reference

Platform:

Date: January 1972 BASIC for ICL Pocket Edition

Part of general series including Aids to Program Design, Introduction to Computer Systems, Introduction to Data Communications and Introduction to Real Time. A description of the facilities of the BASIC language which are common to most versions, including the 1900 Series and System 4 implementations. ISBN 0 900482 12 5. 83 Pages.

Platform: ICL

Date: 1st January 1991 Unix and C

Unix and C: A Tutorial Introduction
Author(s): Cornes, P.
ISBN10:  0412381605
ISBN13:  9780412381607
Format:  Softcover
Pub. Date:  1/1/1991
Publisher(s): Chapman & Hall

270 Pages  - illustrated

Platform: Unix

Date: 1977 Managing Software Projects

by J. K. Buckle
ISBN 0354040677 / 9780354040679 / 0-354-04067-7
Publisher MacDonald Young Books, Limited
Language English
Edition Hardcover
London : Macdonald and Jane's ; New York : American Elsevier, c1977.
116 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

Donated by Ian Higgs

Platform: software

`by Mike & Peter Gerrard.Published 1984 by Duckworth in London . Written in English.Series Duckworth home computingClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 794.8/028/5404Library of Congress GV1469.2Number of pages 128ID NumbersOpen Library OL22443727MISBN 10 0715618989OCLC/WorldCat 12480170`

Author: Mike & Peter Gerrard

Date: 1982 The Network Revolution

Confessions of a Computer Scientist

Platform:

Date: 1979 Introduction to Pascal

by Jim Welsh & John Elder
9780134915227
ISBN 10: 0134915224 / 0-13-491522-4
ISBN 13: 9780134915227

Publication Date: 1979
284 pages

Platform: Pascal

Date: 1974 Structured Programming

x
(A.P.I.C. Studies in Data Processing, No. 8)
by Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, C. A. R. Hoare and Ole-Johan Dahl
Soft-cover: 220 pages
Publisher: Academic Press Sixth Printing 1974
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0122005503
ISBN-13: 978-0122005503

Amazon Reviews:

This book is an essential read for anyone who really wants to understand the foundations of modern computer science and software engineering. The core concepts are still as relevant now as they were when it was first published, and it provides an invaluable baseline against which to measure how far the state of the art has progressed.

This book introduced the key concepts of both structured programming and object-oriented programming nearly 30 years ago. Essays by Dahl, Dijkstra, and Hoare.

Platform: intelligence

Date: 1968 The SNOBOL4 Programming Language

by Ralph E. Griswold 1968
Paperback 220 pages

SNOBOL (String Oriented Symbolic Language) is a series of computer programming languages developed between 1962 and 1967 at AT&T Bell Laboratories by David J. Farber, Ralph E. Griswold and Ivan P. Polonsky, culminating in SNOBOL4. It was one of a number of text-string-oriented languages developed during the 1950s and 1960s; others included COMIT and TRAC.

SNOBOL4 stands apart from most programming languages by having patterns as a first-class data type (i.e. a data type whose values can be manipulated in all ways permitted to any other data type in the programming language) and by providing operators for pattern concatenation and alternation. Strings generated during execution can be treated as programs and executed.

SNOBOL4 was quite widely taught in larger US universities in the late 1960s and early 1970s and was widely used in the 1970s and 1980s as a text manipulation language in the humanities.

Platform: snobol

Date: 1990 The VMS Users Guide

Platform:

Date: 1972 Guide To Fortran IV Programming

by Daniel D. McCracken
Second Edition
ISBN: 0471582816
ISBN-13: 9780471582816
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Binding: Paperback
Dimension: 10.8 x 8.4 x 0.4 Inches
Pages: 290
Pub. Year: 1972

Platform: Fortran

Date: Unknown The Fifth Generation

Artifical Intelligence and Japans Computer Challenge to the World

Platform:

Date: 31st January 1967 LISP 1.5 Primer

Clark Weissman (Author)
Paperback: 226 pages
Publisher: Brooks/Cole (January 31, 1967)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0822110504
ISBN-13: 978-0822110507

Platform: Lisp

Date: 1983 Using the 64

Platform:

Date: 1984 A Beginner's Guide to LISP

(Small computer series)
ISBN: 0201146347 / 0-201-14634-7
by Tony Hasemer 1984

Lisp (or LISP) is a family of computer programming languages with a long history and a distinctive, fully parenthesized syntax. Originally specified in 1958, Lisp is the second-oldest high-level programming language in widespread use today; only Fortran is older (by one year). Like Fortran, Lisp has changed a great deal since its early days, and a number of dialects have existed over its history

Platform: Lisp

Date: 1983 Commodore 64 Getting the Most From it

Platform:

Date: January 1986 Using the Commodore 16

(Home Computing)
by Peter Gerrard

Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Gerald Duckworth & Co Ltd (January 1986)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0715620037
ISBN-13: 978-0715620038

Platform: Commodore 16

Date: 1984 Programming for Education on the Commdore 64

Platform:

Date: Unknown The Compleat Computer

THE being a compendium of: Tales of the Amazing & Marvelous Poetry Information News Items COMPLEAT Articles for Edification and Enjoyment Cartoons plus Many other Illustrations COMPUTER with a special section of Splendiferous Science Fiction art in Full Color

Platform:

With "Dungeon of Doom" Listing For C64, VIC20+16K, Electron 48K Spectrum & BBC. For Scholastic Book Club. 49 Pages.

Author: Les Howarth Cheryl Evans
Platform:

Date: January 1985 C16 Commodore 16 Machine Language for the Absolute Beginner

Platform: Commodore 16

Date: 1983 Using the IBM personal computer

by T. G. Lewis

ISBN: 083598138X / ISBN-13: 9780835981385

Media: Paperback

Pages: 239

1983 Reston Publishing

Platform: IBM PC

Date: 1981 Getting Started with Color BASIC

Platform:

Date: January 1985 The Commodore 16 Games Book

ISBN: 0003830845
Author: Jim Gregory
Publisher: Collins Professional and Technical Books
Year of publishing: 1985

PREFACE

This book has been produced primarily for people who enjoy games but would like to have the 'pleasure' of typing them in themselves. In this way it is possible to build up a good collection of programs for very little outlay. Entering programs from listings is also the best way to learn the syntax of BASIC and to see how various results can be obtained. Later as you develop your programming skills you will be able to adapt the programs to suit your own preferences. Finally it is hoped that you will be suitably inspired and experienced to be abk to write your own programs from scratch. Although this book can be a useful aid to learning it is not designed as a tutorial. If I had taken pages to tell you why and how each element of a program functioned then there would probably only be half as many listings! My aim and the aim of our merry band of programmers has been to ensure that each program is well worth the effort of typing in. In our efforts to ensure that the finished games are satisfactory machine code routines have been incorporated. The code is POKED into the memory from data and it will not be necessary to know about the wild code.

It is important to realise however that CBM BASIC, even with a little help from machine code, cannot equal a fully coded program. The compromise which has been adopted in this book is as far as it is possible to go without making each one totally machine code. In the final analysis however it is whether the game is 'playable' that matters and I hope you will agree that each game in this ollection is enjoyable and playable.

This book represents a great deal of hard work and long hours from a team of people. I am pleased to be able to record my appreciation to the following Mr Micro programmers: Issi, Greg, Bootsy, David and Evan who each contributed a great deal to the project. I am also grateful to our friends at Commodore for the loan of equipment and for their valuable technical assistance. The other important person to have worked on the book is my wife Val who took my handwritten input and produced the finished word processed output.

Finally I am grateful to Richard Miles of Collins who commissioned this book and who ensured that despite the many possible pitfalls of publishing it has reached you, the C 16 owner, for whom the entire exercise was undertaken.

Platform: Commodore 16

Date: 1981 Going Ahead with Extended Color BASIC

Platform:

Date: Balls of Steel

Limited Edition Guide

Duke Nukem

Rear cover says "1996-2001 History in the Making"

Platform:

Date: Unknown Word Processor PAC

Platform:

Date: 1987 A national computing initiative

Author: By Panel on Research Issues in Large-Scale Computational Science and Engineering (U.S.), Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Distributed by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1987
Soft-back Pages: 77

Platform: computing

Date: 1988 C (Dabhand Guide)

Author: Mark C. Burgess

Publisher: Dabs Press

ISBN: 187033616XISBN-13: 9781870336161

Binding: Paperback 720 pages

1988

Platform: C

Date: Unknown Proceedings of the First International Conference on Information Systems

Platform:

Date: 1978 BASIC with style: Programming Proverbs

Contents

2. Programming proverbs
3. Top-Down Programming
4. Programming Srandards
5. Odds and Ends
• Appendix A Summary of Program Structure
• Appendix B Programming Standards

Author: Paul A. Nagin, Henry F. Ledgard
Platform:

Ready! is an Outline Processor for IBM PC compatible machines

The outline approach allows the user to focus on the level of detail important at the moment, and solves a long-standing problem of project management software--"differentiating the forest from the trees."

Paperback 106 pages with 5.25" disk software 1985
This User's Manual book and software from Living Videotext were kindly donated by Peter Salt

Date: 1988 dBFast Compiler

dBFast Compiler: for dBASE III Plus ; reference guide
Soft-back 1988
Complete with software on  5.25" floppy Disks

Platform: dBfast

Date: February 1984 BBC Micro Programmes in BASIC

(Newnes microcomputer books)
by Derrick Daines

Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd (February 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0408014156
ISBN-13: 978-0408014151

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1993 M68000 8-/16-/32-Bit Microprocessor Users Manual

Platform:

Date: Unknown Just Look At ... Computers

Platform:

Date: 1st January 1987 Mastering Interpreters and Compilers

(BBC master guides)

Author: Bruce Smith
Publisher: BBC Books
Pub. Date: Jan 1, 1987
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 314
ISBN: 0563212837
ISBN-13: 9780563212836

This clear and comprehensive introduction to compilers and interpreters emphasises the practical side of the art. It moves gradually from the idea of a 'wedge' in the BBC computer's Operating System, to a simple interpreter, a simple graphics language, threaded interpretive languages (including FORTH) and, finally, a stand-alone compiler. Listings of the implementations are given. This book will give anyone with a good knowledge of assembly language the foundation on which to build an interpreter or compiler of their own.

Bruce Smith has written sixteen books on computing, fourteen of which have dealt with the BBC Computer range. He is currently technical editor of Acorn User magazine.

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1975 From the Computer to the Microprocessor

Platform:

Date: Unknown Discovering Computers

Platform:

Published 1984 by Arrow in London .

Written in English.
Open Library OL22706653M
ISBN 10 0099376709
OCLC/WorldCat 14092326

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1987 Functional Programming : Languages, Tools and Architectures

by S. Eisenbach

ISBN 0853129738 / 9780853129738 / 0-85312-973-8

Publisher Horwood Limited, Ellis 1987

Language English

Edition Hardcover 175 pages

Platform: Programming

Date: 1982 How to win at Pac-Man

```by the editors of Consumer Guide.
Published 1982 by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English.
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 794
Library of Congress GV1469.3
Number of pages 32
ID Numbers
Open Library OL14946529M
ISBN 10 0140065423
OCLC/WorldCat 16594851```

Platform: pac-man

Date: Unknown BASIC Programming on the Amstrad Computers

CPC 464, 664 and 6128

Platform:

Date: Unknown Sigplan Notices

A Monthly Publication of the Special Intertest Group on Programming Languages

Volume 21 - Number 7 - July 1986

Proceedings of the Sigplan '86 Symposium on Compiler Construtions

Platform:

Date: 1977 Home Computers: 210 Question & Answers Volume 1: Hardware

Author: Rich Didday
Platform:

Date: Unknown Bells and Whistles on the Amstrad CPC 464

Platform:

Date: 1985 LISP The Language of Artificial Intelligence

Author: A.A Berk
Platform:

Date: 1985 Adventure Games for the B. B. C. Micro

Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Collins 1985
Language English
ISBN-10: 0003830802
ISBN-13: 978-0003830804

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown The Complete Guide to Locoscript and the Amstrad PCW

Platform:

Date: 1978 An Introduction to Computer Programming in Basic Language

Author: James S. Coan
Platform:

Date: 26th October 1984 The Usborne First Guide to the BBC Micro

The Usborne First Guide to the BBC Micro
A Colour Guide for young beginners

by Annabel Thomas & Helen Davies

Hardcover: 48 pages
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd (October 26, 1984)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0860208125
ISBN-13: 978-0860208129

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: Unknown Mastering the VIC-20

This book is a machine-specific introduction to microcomputers based on the VIC-20, designed to supplement the booklet provided with the machine. It offers a wealth of intresting programs can be supplied separately on tape or disk, or entered by the reader.

After a comprehensive study of BASIC and VIC-20 structure, the reader is introduced to machine code programming using the VICMON assembler. A unique feature is the quality and quantity  of programs contained  in the book, which are used to illustrate  classic problems arising in programming, and show how solutions can emerge quite naturally. Several of the longer programs are commercial in their own right. These include MINISYN, setting up the VIC as a two-octave keyboard instrument wirg sustain and colour display: PONTOON, an excellent card game used to illustrate  shuffle routines, card displays and program logic; and STARSHIP, as classic star trek game, which will be particularly popular and appealing. There are also innumerable tables and diagrams.

Hi-resolution graphics in BASIC and Machines Code and explained in detail. Routines for saving a Hi-resolution screen to disk or tape are given, together with a BASIC program which will output a Hi-resolution screen to the VIC-1515 printer.

Author: A.J Jones, E.A Coley, D.G.J Cole
Platform: Commodore Vic 20

Date: 24th August 1984 Graphics Programming on Your BBC Micro

By James J. McGregor, Alan H. Watt

Format: Paperback, 182 pages
Release Date: 24 August 1984
Publisher: Corgi Books
ISBN: 055299104X
EAN: 9780552991049
Dimensions: 23.0 x 15.0 centimeters

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: September 1973 Computer Models for Accountants

(Modern Finance)

by John Flower

Paperback 159 pages

Release date: Sep 1973
Publisher: Haymarket Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 0900442654
Language: English

Platform: Accounting

Date: Unknown Easy Add-on Projects for Spectrum, ZX81 & Ace

Platform:

Date: May 1993 Introduction to ADA

by J.E. Cooling
Paperback: 624 pages
Publisher: Chapman & Hall (27 May 1993)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0412448106
ISBN-13: 978-0412448102
Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.5 x 3 cm

An introduction to Ada; elementary arithmetic and logic; program flow control; subprograms in Ada - procedures and functions; types revisited; number crunching in Ada; modular construction; information hiding and the package; composite data types; dynamic data types - access types; information hiding; data abstraction and private types; exception handling; generics; data types - one last time; concurrency - tasks; concurrency - the rendezvous; low-level and run-time issues; the bits that have to go somewhere; Appendices: syntax diagrams; predefined language attributes; predefined language pragmas; "Standard" package; "System" package; "Text 10" package; "Direct 10" package; "Sequential 10" package; reserved words.

Author: J.E. Cooling

Date: November 1980 Data Base: Structured Techniques for Design, Performance, and Management

by Shakuntala Atre (Author)

Hardcover: 460 pages
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (November 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471052671
ISBN-13: 978-0471052678
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.2 x 1.3 inches

Amazon Review:

Presents a step-by-step sequence that can be followed in designing a data base. Offers a comprehensive and balanced treatment of the three main data base methods: IDMS/R, ADABAS, and IMS, explaining the advantages and disadvantages of each. Text prepares the reader for each phase of the task by carefully explaining two major examples of data base installations. Text is not restricted to one software package or approach, and sections on the three main methods are written to be relatively independent of one another, so that the reader can consult just the section needed.

Platform: data base

Platform:

Date: Unknown Advanced Programming for the 16K ZX81

Platform:

Date: July 1984 Artificial Intelligence

Author: Patrick Henry Winston
Platform:

Date: Unknown Make the most of your ZX Microdrive

Platform:

Date: Unknown Games for your Sinclair QL

Platform:

Date: 1985 BBC Inside Information Computers, Communications and People

Author: Jacquetta Megarry
Platform:

Date: 1983 ZX Spectrum Basic Programming

Second Edition 1983
232 pages

Author: Steven Vickers & Robin Bradbeer
Platform: Spectrum

Date: Unknown Using Your Sinclair QL

Platform:

Date: 1956 Automatic Digital Computers.

Automatic Digital Computers.
305 pages, QA76.W5 1956
Author       Wilkes, M.V.
Title     Automatic digital computers
Publication     : Methuen, 1956

Many illustrations and photographs including ENIAC, EDVAC and EDSAC

This book was kindly donated by Peter Salt

Platform: Edsac

Date: 1984 Music and Sound Effects for B. B. C. and ELECTRON

Micro Mates
by Jonathan Inglis

soft cover: 64 pages
Language English
ISBN-10: 0246122706
ISBN-13: 978-0246122704

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: March 1964 The programming language LISP; its operation and applications.

Editors: Edmund C. Berkeley and Daniel G. Bobrow

First Printing March 1964

Soft Cover 381 pages

We are extremely grateful to both Dawn and Kim Wakefield for the kind donation of the collection of their late father Richard Wakefi

Platform: Lisp

Date: 1983 ZX Spectrum Microdrive & Interface 1 Manual

First Edition 1983
62 pages

Platform: Spectrum

Platform:

Date: 1983 30 Dynamic Games for the Aquarius

Author: Tim Hartnell
Platform: Aquarius

Date: 1956 Analog Computer Techniques

Analog Computer Techniques by Clarence L Johnson
McGraw-Hill NY 1956; 264 pages, Index, diagrams, circuit diagrams, appendices

Contents -- Introduction - Historical Development; classification of computing equipment; problems solvable on the Electronic Analog Computer; Major components;

The Linear Computer Components -- the operational amplifiers; potentiometers; computer design differences;

Time- and Amplitude-scale Factors -- factors influencing the choice of time scale; determination of approximate problem frequencies; approx frequencies of higher-order systems; influence of recorder characteristics on the choice of time scale; performing the time-scale change; choice of amplitude-scale factor; approximating the magnitude of the variables of a problem;

The Synthesis of Servomechanism Systems -- the block-diagram notation; setup of a simple servomechanism system; setup of a transfer function; setup of the factored form of a transfer function; Multiplying and Resolving Servos; Additional Computer techniques; The Representation of Nonlinear Phenomena - differential relays and diodes; more;

Multipliers and Function Generators; Miscellaneous Applications of the Electronic Analog Computer;

Analog Computer Components and Computer Control -- stablized D-C Amplifiers; inherent erros of D-C amplifiers; Overload warning Systems; Boost; Operate-Reset Systems; Potentiometer-setting systems; Automatic Programming; The CHecking of Computer Results -- checking problem preparation; partial system checking; checking problem stability; specialized checking procedures; the role of the digital integrating differential analyzer in problem checking; a dynamic check of computer operations; accuracy and precision;

Repetitive Analog Computers -- advantages and disadvantages of repetitive computers; Philbrick Computer; Initial conditions; problem setup; trends in the design of repetitive computers;

The Digital Integrating Differential Analyzer -- historical development; design features of the newer digital integrating differential analyzers; operation of the digital integrating differential analyzer; the number system; communication between integrators; the coding diagram; Appendices

Platform: Analog

Date: April 1985 Good BASIC Programming with the B. B. C. Microcomputer

by M.A. White

Format: Paperback
Pub date: April 1985
ISBN 10: 0333367049
Pulishers - Macmillan

Platform: BBC Micro

Date: 1982 ZX Spectrum Introduction

First Edition 1982
30 pages

Kindly donated by Dr Eric Legge Smith

Platform: Spectrum

Date: Unknown The Oric-1 Program Book : 50 Programs

Platform:

Date: 1980 Microprocessors: from chips to systems

Third edition.

Author: Rodney Zaks
Platform:

Platform:

Date: 1962 Matrix Iterative Analysis

Matrix Iterative Analysis (Hardcover)
By: Richard S. Varga (Author)

This book is the first edition, originally published by Prentice Hall in 1962 and regarded as a classic in its field.

Seeks to consider in some detail the smaller branch of numerical analysis concerned with the efficient solution, by means of iteration, of matrix equation arising from discrete approximations to partial differential equations.

Platform:

Date: 1977 Basic with Business Applications

Author: Richard W. Lott
Platform:

Date: November 1986 Using and Programming the Psion Organiser II: a Complete Guide: A Complete Guide

Mike Shaw (Author)

Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Kuma Publishing Ltd (November 1986)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0745701345
ISBN-13: 978-0745701349

Platform: Organiser II

Date: 1988 The Research and Academic Users Guide to the IBM Personal Computer : Volume 2

Platform: IBM PC

Date: 1st January 1951 The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer (EDSAC Book)

The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer
With Special Reference to the EDSAC and the Use of a Library of Subroutines

by Maurice V. Wilkes, Director of the Mathematical Laboratory of the University of Cambridge
David J. Wheeler and Stanley Gill, 1951

Signature in the front reads K_ Machin (?)

Author: Maurice V. Wilkes, David J. Wheeler, Stanley Gill
Platform: EDSAC

Date: January 1986 Psion: ABACUS User's Reference Manual

Stephen Morris (Author)

Spiral-bound: 228 pages
Publisher: Glentop  January 1986
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0907792766
ISBN-13: 978-0907792765

Platform: Abacus

Date: 1975 An introduction to compiler writing

by J. S. Rohl

Bib ID 301557
Format Hardback Book
Description London : Macdonald and Jane's ; New York : American Elsevier, 1975.
xvii, 307 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN 0444195238 (American Elsevier) :  0444195238 (American Elsevier)
Series
Computer monographs ; 22
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Platform: Compiler

Date: 1984 How to buy software

```The master guide to picking the right program
by Alfred Glossbrenner.
Published 1984 by Macmillan in London .
Written in English.
Classifications
Dewey Decimal Class 001.64/25
Library of Congress QA76.6
Number of pages 610
ID Numbers
Open Library OL18112747M
ISBN 10 0333383206
OCLC/WorldCat 12512999
Library Thing 1190229 ```

Platform: Software

Date: Unknown Inside IBM : A European's Story

Platform:

Date: 1989 Computer Studies for GCSE

by Mark Bindley
Paperback: 265 pages
Release date: 1986 This edition reprinted 1989
Prentice Hall & IBD
ISBN: 0631157026
Language:: English

Platform: GCSE

Date: January 1986 Psion: ARCHIVE User's Reference Manual

Stephen Morris (Author)

Spiral-bound: 222 pages
Publisher: Glentop P. (January 1986)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0907792774
ISBN-13: 978-0907792772

Platform: Archive

Date: 1990 Microsoft word Version 5

`2nd ed. by Hari Andralojc, Pauline Walker and Anne Lambden.Published 1990 by Pitman in London . Written in English.Series: Word processor training guides, Word processor training guidesClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 652.556Number of pages 76ID NumbersOpen Library OL21228955MISBN 10 0273031988OCLC/WorldCat 21045162`

Platform: Word

Date: Unknown The Coming Computer Industry Shakeout

Winners, Losers & Survivors

Platform:

Date: 3rd September 1979 Programming in standard Fortran 77

Programming in Standard Fortran 77 (Paperback)
by A. Balfour (Author), David Marwick (Author)
Paperback: 388 pages
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Publishers (September 3, 1979)
ISBN-10: 0435774867
ISBN-13: 978-0435774868

Kindly Donated  by Hilary Yates in memory of John Yates

Platform: Fortran

Date: 1967 Design of real-time computer systems.

by James Martin
Hardcover: 629 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall 1967
ISBN-10: 0132014009
ISBN-13: 978-0132014007

Author: James Martin
Platform: real-time

Date: January 1986 Psion: QUILL User's Reference Manual

Stephen Morris (Author)

Spiral-bound: 220 pages
Publisher: Glentop P. (January 1986)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0907792758
ISBN-13: 978-0907792758

Platform: Quill

Date: 1984 C programming guidelines

`by Thomas PlumPublisher: Englewood Cliffs Prentice-Hall 1984ISBN: 0131099922   DDC: 1.6424   LCC: QA76.73  Bibliography: p136. - Includes indexClassification:Dewey Class: 1.6424 -- Knowledge LCC Number: QA76.73 `
`Physical Description: 145p ill 28cm pbk`

Platform: C

Date: 1986 Computer Graphics and CAD Fundamentals

```BBC Micro Version
Published December 1986 by Trans-Atlantic Publications .
Format Paperback
Number of pages 224
ID Numbers
Open Library OL10284970M
ISBN 10 0273025171
ISBN 13 9780273025177

Platform: Graphics

Date: 1972 Basic Numerical Analysis with Fortran

BASIC NUMERICAL ANALYSIS WITH FORTRAN
Format Book,  Online - Google Books
Author Balfour, A. (Alexander)
Description London : Heinemann Educational Books, 1972.
[viii], 239 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.

ISBN 0435774816 (cased)  0435774832 (limp)
Bibliography
Other Authors Beveridge, W. T. (Walter Thomson)
Paperback
Pages: 239

Kindly Donated  by Hilary Yates in memory of John Yates

Platform: Fortran

Date: 1973 Secret Warfare The Battle of Codes and Cyphers

Author: Bruce Norman
Platform:

Date: 1985 Amstrad PCW 8256 User Guide Book 1

Amstrad PCW 8256 Personal Computer Word Processor User Guide Book 1
1985 178 pages plus index
CP/M Logo & Word Processor Manual
Kindly donated by Andy Johnson

Platform: PCW 8256

Date: 1966 Solution of equations and systems of equations

Author:      A M Ostrowski,
Pure & Applied Mathematics
2nd edition 1966
Hardback 338 pages

Author: A M Ostrowski
Platform: equations

Date: 1979 Computers and Commonsense

by Roger Hunt and John Shelley

Prentice-Hall 1979
Second Edition
170 Pages
ISBN:131653814

Platform: computers

Date: January 1963 Problems of Cybernetics iV

Pergamon Press January 1963

Volume iv pages 1137 to 1430

We are extremely grateful to both Dawn and Kim Wakefield for the kind donation of the collection of their late father Richard Wakefield

Platform: Cybernetics

Date: 1994 Open computing's guide to the best free UNIX utilities

`by James Keogh, Remon Lapid.Published 1994 by Osborne McGraw-Hill in Berkeley . Written in English.Edition Notes: System requirements for computer disc: UNIX-based system such as Sun SPARC workstation; ISO 9660-compatible CD-ROM drive.Includes index.ClassificationsDewey Decimal Class 005.4/3Library of Congress QA76.76.O63 K49 1994Number of pages 290ID NumbersOpen Library OL1229496MISBN 10 0078820464LC Control Number 94230992OCLC/WorldCat 30720143`

Platform: Unix

Date: 1986 The NAG library (for Fortran)

The Nag Library: A Beginner's Guide
by Jen Phillips
This book provides alternative descriptions of a basic selection of NAG routines for Fortran. It also acts as a guide to how a newcomer should approach the Library 'can be strongly recommended to real beginners (and to the more experienced)' Computer Applications in the Biosciences
ISBN: 0198532636
ISBN: 9780198532637
Hardcover 253 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA (1987)
NAG (National Alograthims Group

Kindly Donated  by Hilary Yates in memory of John Yates

Platform: nag

Date: 1975 Computer Family Systems Handbook

Platform: TI-990

Date: 1985 Amstrad PCW 8256 User Guide Book 2

Amstrad PCW 8256 Personal Computer Word Processor User Guide Book 2
1985 374 pages plus index
BASIC Manual
Kindly donated by Andy Johnson

Platform: PCW 8256

Date: 1973 Operating Systems: A Pragmatic Approach

by Harry Katzan
Paperback: 387 pages
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Inc.,U.S.1973
ISBN-10: 0442248385
ISBN-13: 978-0442248383

Author: Harry Katzan
Platform: operating systems

Date: 1984 Introducing Artificial Intelligence

by G. L. Simons

NCC Publication 1984
Format: Paperback , 281pp
ISBN-13: 9780850124576
ISBN: 0850124573

Platform: Artificial Intelligence

Date: 1971 The computer users' year book: 1971

`Title	The computer users' year book: 1971Publisher	Computer Users' Year Book, 1971ISBN	0902908014, 9780902908017Hardcove - Length	616 pagesSubjects	ComputersElectronic data processing`

Platform: computer

Date: 1984 Microguide for the Commodore 64

`Professor Peter Morse, Brian Hancock.Published 1984 by Century Communications in London . Written in English.ID NumbersOpen Library OL15156941MISBN 10 0712603549Library Thing 440961530 pages`

Platform: Commodore 64

Date: 1965 From Semaphore to Satellite

Title:    From Semaphore to Satellite
On the Occasion of the Centenary of the International Telecommunications Union
1965
Binding:   Large Hardcover
Book Condition:   Good
Jacket Condition:   Dust Jacket
Edition:   First Edition presumed 1st edition
Publisher:   Geneva International Telecommunication Union 1965
344 p
Lavishly illustrated

Platform:

Date: 1990 Prism Version 2.0 Users Guide

A Communications Programming Language
From SoftKlone
Soft-Cover Fourth Edition August 1990

Platform: Prism

Date: 1988 Computer services directory 1988-1989

Compiled by IUCC Information Services Group ; edited and produced by National Information on Software and Services. 1988-1989.

Published 1988 by NISS in (U.K.) .
Written in English.
ID Numbers
Open Library OL14463965M

Platform: IUCC