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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing - April-June 2008

Volume 30, Number 2

Contents:
The Technical Development of Internet Email - Craig Partridge
Netlib and NA-Net: Building a Scientific Computing Community - Jack Dongarra, Gene H. Golub, Eric Grosse, Cleve Moler, and Keith Moore
Defining the Computer: Herbert Simon and the Bureaucratic Mind - Part 1 - Hunter Heyck
Defining the Computer: Herbert Simon and the Bureaucratic Mind - Part 2 - Hunter Heyck
Events and Sightings
Anecdotes: The engineer's Tale: The Founding of Software Publishing Corporation - Anne Fitzpatrick
Local Area Networking: From Alcoa to Anacom - Michael N. Geselowitz
Biographies: Jack Dongarra: Supercomputing Expert and Mathematical Software Specialist - Thomas Haigh
Think Piece: Following Digital Ripples - Nathan Ensmenger

Kindly donated by Philip Sugden.

Publication Date : 2008



ISSN Number : 1058-6180

Format : Paper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55738. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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