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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing - April-June 2003

Volume 25, Number 2


Behind the Curtain at LEO: A Personal Reminiscence - David Caminer
Assertions: A Personal Perspective - C.A.R. Hoare
The Early Search for Tractable ways of Reasoning about Programs - Cliff B. Jones
Before the B5000: Burroughs Computers, 1951-1963 - George T. Gray and Ronald Q. Smith
The Making of the MCM/70 Microcomputer - Zbigniew Stachniak
Events and Sightings - Mary Croarken and Nathan Ensmenger
Anecdotes - Anne Fitzpatrick
Biographies: Building the Manchester differential analyzers: A personal reflection - Arthur Porter
Think Piece: Before the Internet, There Was Cable - Jennifer S. Light

Arthur Porter's autobiographical essay refers to Douglas Hartree's Meccano model differential analyser on which he worked.

Kindly donated by Philip Sugden.

Publication Date : 2003



ISSN Number : 1058-6180

Format : Paper

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