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The Computer Journal January 1961

Volume Three   Number Four
Published by The British Computer Society Limited

The Experience of Applying a Commercial Computer in a British Organisation
Considerations in Choosing a Character Code for Computers and Punched Tapes
An Introduction to Analogue Computer Methods
Running Pegasus Autocode Programs on Mercury
Techniques for Producing School Timetables on a Computer and their Application to other Schedulling Problems
Computers as an Aid in Computer Design Assessment

I.C.I.  Melinex
I.C.T. 1301
IBM 1410

Publication Date : January 1961

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2896. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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