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The Computer Journal July 1961

Volume Four   Number Two    CONFERENCE ISSUE
Published by The British Computer Society Limited

Present and Future Facilities for Data Transmission
Data Collection and Transmission
SABER: A Real Time Problem in Tele-Processing
A New Technique in Automatic Character Recognition
Character Recognition by Digital Computer using a Special Flying-Spot Scanner
The Impact of Computers on Documentation
A Direct Ordering, Recording and Invoicing System
The Place of Character Recognition, Data Transmission and Document Handling in A.D.P. Systems
Organization of a Computing Service for Industry and Commerce
Honeywell 800
DECCA Type 4000 Tape Unit
IBM 705
The Gamma 3 Computer
The 300 D.P. Series
The NCR 315 Electronic Data Processing System
English Electric KDP 10

Publication Date : July 1961

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2871. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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