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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing - April-June 2004

Volume 26, Number 2

Contents:
Five 1951 BBC Broadcasts on Automatic Calculating Machines - Allan Jones
Datamation's Glory Days - Robert V. Head
Sydis and the Voice/Data Terminal Craze of 1984 - Albert J. Henry and Glenn E. Bugos
Recollections of the Philco Transac S-2000 - Saul Rosen
Computer Sciences at Purdue University - 1962-2000 - John R. Rice and Saul Rosen
People, Languages, and Computers: A Short Memoir - Keith Smillie
Biographies: Robert W Floyd, in Memorium - Donald Knuth
Events and Sightings
Anecdotes
Reviews
Think Piece: Jumping Contexts of Space and Time - Greg Downey

Allan Jones' article on 5 BBC broadcasts from 1951 refer to Douglas Hartree, Max Newman, Alan Turing, Freddie Williams and Maurice Wilkes and their work on the ACE (National Physical Laboratory), EDSAC (Cambridge University) and the Manchester Mark I Prototype ('Baby', Manchester University).

Kindly donated by Philip Sugden.

Publication Date : 2004



ISSN Number : 1058-6180

Format : Paper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55730. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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