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Issue No.04 - Winter (1995 vol.17)
pp: 86-88
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
Subject/Title Index
50 Years After Breaking the Codes: Interviews with Two Bletchley Park Scientists, No. 1, 32
A
Accountability in Research, No. 4, 20
Accounting and Tabulating Machine Company of Great Britain Limited, No. 2, 39
ACE, see Automatic Computing Engine, No.1, 36
Admiral Grace Murray Hopper Inducted into National Women's Hall of Fame,No. 1, 59
Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), No. 2, 50
Aiken, Howard H., No. 2, 58
Airline Control Program (ACP), No. 3, 41
Alexander, Hugh, No. 1, 34, 41
Allard, Gerry, No. 4, 52
Alwac, No. 2, 16
American Airlines, No. 3, 30
American Bankers Association (ABA), No. 4, 26, 62
American Mathematical Society (AMS), No. 3, 72
American Mathematical Association (AMA), No. 4, 18
Amiga, No. 3, 81
Ammann, Charles E., No. 3, 31
Analytical Engine Sold at Christies, No. 4, 4
Anderson, Debbie, No. 3, 6
Andrews, Peter, No. 3, 21
Antique instruments, No. 2, 5
Apple Computer Company, No. 3, 86, No. 4, 52
Archibald, Raymond Clare, No. 3, 67
ARPA, ARPANET, No. 4, 57, 76
Artficial intelligence, No. 3, 7
Arthur D. Little Inc., No. 1, 69
Ashby, W. Ross, No. 3, 23
ASIS Session on the History of Information Science, No. 1, 58
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), No. 3, 72, No. 4, 78
Association for History and Computing, No. 1, 59, 60
Atanasoff, John V., No. 3, 79, (obit.), No. 3, 3, 4
Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC), No. 3, 4
Atkinson, Bill, No. 3, 86
AT&T, No. 4, 47
Auerbach, Carol B., N. 2, 56
Authoring languages, No. 1, 27
Automated theorem proving, No. 3, 7, 12, 14
Automatic Computing Engine (ACE), No. 1, 36
Automatic Selective Sequence Calculator, No. 2, 73
B
Babbage, Charles, No. 1, 33, 63, No. 4, 4, 7
Babbage and Clemens, No. 1, 63
"Babbage and Cryptography, Or, the Mystery of Admiral Beaufort's Cipher," Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (rev.), No. 1, 73
Babbage-Quetelet letter, No. 4, 7
Backus, John, No. 4, 27
Baker , W.R.G. (Doc), No. 4, 24, 48
Baldwin, Frank. S., No. 3, 75
Bank of America, No. 4, 24, 49, 66
Baran, Paul, No. 4, 78
Barber, Derek, No. 4, 78
Barclay, Ray, No. 4, 52
Bartlett, K.A., No. 4, 78
Beard Differential Analyzer, No. 3, 68
Bell, D.E., No. 3, 18
Bell Telephone Laboratories, No. 2, 50, No. 4, 46, 57
Bemer, Robert W., No. 3, 77
Bendix G-15 computer, No. 4, 27
Bennett, J.M. et al., Computing in Australia: The Development of a Profession (rev.), No. 4, 82
Berg, Herman, No. 4, 7
Bergin, Thomas J. (Tim), No. 2, 4
Beth, E.W., No. 3, 13
Big-computer strategy, The, No. 1, 49
Bird, Peter J., Leo, The First Business Computer (rev.), No. 1, 75
Bit-mapping, No. 3, 86
BIZMAC (RCA), No. 4, 26, 29, 53
Blaauw, Gerrit, No. 2, 58
Bledsoe, Woodrow Wilson, No. 3, 15, 18
Bletchley Park, No. 1, 32
Bloch, Earl, No. 2, 58
Boeing 707, No. 3, 36, 45
Bolt, Beranek and Newman (BBN), No. 3, 80
Boole, George, No. 3, 8
Borch, Fred, No. 4, 34
Borodin, A.B., No. 2, 57
Bourbakis, Nicholas, No. 3, 10
Bowmar 901, No. 3, 76
Boyer-Moore theorem prover, No. 3, 19
Brainerd, John, No. 3, 3
Breedband Company, The, No. 1, 24
Brillhart, John, No. 2, 67
British Museum Algorithm, No. 3, 11
British Tabulating Machine Co., No. 2, 7
Bromley, Allan, The Babbage Papers in the Science Museum Library: A cross-referenced list (rev.), No. 2, 75
Brooks, Fred, No. 2, 58
Brouwer, L.E.J., No. 3, 21
Brown, George, No. 4, 77
Bruell, Peter, No. 3, 18
Bryce, James W., No. 2, 41
Bumcrot, Robert, No. 3, 17
Bunch, Bryan and Alexander Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology (rev.), No. 4, 83
Burke, Colin, No. 3, 84
Burkhardt, Roger, No. 3, 34
Burroughs, No. 4, 25, 50, 65
Burroughs Bookkeeping Machine, No. 3, 68
Burroughs, William S., No. 3, 75
Busch, Mike, No. 4, 37
Bush, Vannevar, No. 3, 67, 86, (fig.), No. 3, 69
Byron, Ada Agusta, No. 4, 83
C
Cache, No. 4, 58
Calculator and Antique Instrument Collectors Convention, No. 2, 5
Caldwell, Donald, The Fontana History of Technology (rev.), No. 2, 75
Caldwell, S.H. (fig.), No. 3, 69
Calvin C. Gottlieb Receives First IFIP Isaac L. Auerbach Award, No. 2, 55
Campbell, Elizabeth, No. 2, 3
Campbell-Kelly, Martin, No. 4, 14
Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS), No. 2, 57
Card-Programmed Electronic Calculator, No. 2, 73
Case Institute of Technology, No. 1, 6
Case Western Reserve University, No. 1, 6
Caught Between Historical Experience and High Hopes: Automation at the Dutch Postal Cheque and Clearing Service, 1950-1965, No. 2, 9
CDC 46, 1700, 3200, No. 1, 14, 15
Cedar Engineering Inc., No. 1, 49
Charles Babbage Institute, No. 1, 32, No. 2, 3, No. 4, 5
Chrysler Corp., No. 4, 32
Church, Alonzo, No. 3, 20
Churchill's Early Reference to Automatic Calculators, No. 2, 7
COBOL, No. 1, 60
Cocke, John, No. 2, 59
Cohen, Daniel I.A., No. 3, 24
Cohen, I. Bernard, No. 4, 19
Collier, Bruce, The Little Engines that Could've: The Calculating Machines of Charles Babbage (rev.), No. 1, 74
Colossus, No. 1, 32, 35
Commodore 64, No. 3, 81
Commodore Corporation (obit.), No. 3, 81
Compagnie des Machines Bull, No. 4, 34, 60, 71
Compatible Time Sharing System (CTSS), No. 4, 32, 36, 62, 77
Comptometer Corp., No. 4, 4
Computer Collecting in Australia, No. 2, 5
Computer intellectual property, No. 3, 80
Computer market, No. 3, 58
Computer Science Alumnae of Michigan, No. 1, 59
Computers and Industrial Organization: Early Sources of 'Just in Time' Production in the Dutch Steel Industry, No. 2, 22
Computer Society Celebrates 50 Years, No. 4, 6
Concordia, Charles, No. 2, 3
Conference on Cultural History of Mathematics and Informatics, No. 2, 61
Consolidation and crisis, No. 1, 51
Constable, R.L., No. 3, 21
Continental Airlines, No. 3, 50
Control Data Corporation: The Norris Era, No. 1, 47
Control Data Corporation, No. 4, 25
Control Revolution, No. 2, 22
Coombs, Allen W.M. "Doc" (obit.), No. 2, 64
Cooper, Vern, No. 4, 39
Copeland, Duncan G. (fig.), No. 3, 57
Corbató, Fernando, No. 4, 77
Cordiner, Ralph, No. 4, 24, 50
Core of the Black Canyon Computer Corporation, The, No. 4, 56
Correction: Turing's Visit to the United States, No. 3, 6
Correctness of computer programs, No. 3, 18
Couleur, John, No. 4, 30
Couleur, John, Core of the Black Canyon Computer Corporation, The (rev.), No. 4, 56
Coursewriter, No. 1, 21, 30
Crandall, Robert, No. 3, 44
Crawford, Perry, No. 3, 34
Cray X-MP, No. 2, 57
Culler, Glenn, No. 4, 77
Cusumano, Michael A., Japan's Software Factories: A Challenge to U.S. Management (rev.), No. 2, 77
D
Daly, George F., No. 2, 41, 43
Dantzig, George, No. 2, 73
Dartmouth time-sharing system (DTSS), No. 4, 36
Dasgupta, Subrata, Creativity in Invention and Design: Computational and Cognitive Explorations of Technological Originality (rev.), No. 1, 77
DATANET 15/30, No. 4, 31, 32
DATANET 30, No. 4, 32
Data Organizing Translator, No. 3, 33
Davidson, Andrew, ed., Humor the Computer (rev.), No. 4, 85
Davies, Donald W., The Lorenz Cipher Machine SZ42 (rev.), No. 2, 79
Davies, Donald, No. 4, 78
Davis, Chandler, No. 4, 7, 21
Davis, Martin, No. 3, 11, 14, 22
Davis, Michael, No. 4, 7, 16
Daystrom computer system, No. 1, 7
De Bruijn, N.G., No. 3, 17
De Colmar, Thomas, No. 3, 75
de Wit, Dirk, The Shaping of Automation: A Historical Analysis of the Interaction Between Technology and Organization 1950-1985 (rev.), No. 2, 9
DEC Model PDP-1, No. 1, 22
DEC PDP/8, No. 1, 55
DEC PDP/10, PDP/11, No. 4, 79
DECCA, No. 4, 58
Defense Calculator, No. 2, 73, No. 3, 77
DEHOMAG, No. 2, 40
Delft Institute of Technology, No. 2, 13
Delta Air Lines, No. 3, 40
Demodulation, No. 3, 16
Deutsch, L. Peter, No. 3, 80
Deutsche Hollerith Maschinen Gesellschact, No. 2, 7
Development of man-machine interfaces, No. 1, 15
Development of the IBM 1500 Computer-Assisted Instructional System, No. 1, 19
Developing a Common Machine Language for Banking: The ABA Technical Subcommittee Story, No. 4, 61
Diamond, Andy, No. 3, 80
Difference Engine, No. 1, 63, No. 4, 4
Differential Analyzer, No. 3, 67
Digital computers, No. 2, 29
Direct Digital Control: Original proposal and early development, No. 1, 13
Donnelly Official Airlines Reservations System (DOARS), No. 3, 45
Doob, J.L., No. 3, 72
Dr. Dobb's Journal, No. 3, 80
Dreben, Burton, No. 3, 13
Duijvestijn, A.J.W., No. 2, 58
Dwight, Robert L., No. 2, 55
E
Eastern Air Lines, No. 3, 40
Eckert, J. Presper, Jr., No. 3, 5, 68, (obit.), No. 3, 3
Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, No. 1, 48
Eckman, Donald P., No. 1, 6
Edison, Thomas, No. 3, 3
Edson, Bill, No. 4, 25, 49
EDVAC, No. 3, 5
Eichenauer, J.C., No. 2, 39
Eldredge, Ken, No. 4, 25, (fig.), No. 4, 65, 66
Electrodata Corp., No. 1, 68
ELIZA, No. 4, 32
Engineering Research Associates, No. 1, 47
Englebart, Douglas C., No. 3, 84, 86, No. 4, 77
ENIAC, No. 1, 59, No. 2, 3, 5, 55, 68, No. 3, 3, 5, 67, No. 4, 6
Enigma, No. 1, 32, 34, No. 2, 55
ERMA (Electronic Recording Machine-Accounting), No. 4, 25,49, 63, 66
Esso Research and Engineering Company, No. 1, 14
Estrin, Thelma, No. 3, 87
Evans, Bob (BO), No. 2, 58
Evans, Gene, No. 4, 25
Expert Witness to the Industry's Youth, No. 1, 68
F
Fano, Robert, No. 2, 51, No. 4, 77
Feigenbaum, Edward, No. 4, 77
Felt, Dorr E., No. 3, 75
Ferranti Argus 200, No. 1, 13
FERTA, No. 2, 58
First commercial transistorized computer, No. 2, 17
First mass-produced sequence-controlled tabulator-calculator, No. 2, 40
Fisher, Amy, No. 4, 44
Flessner, Hermann, No. 1, 56
Flowers, Tommy, No. 1, 35
Floyd, Robert W., No. 3, 18
Focal, No. 1, 54
Formal Development Methodology, No. 3, 19
Formalization of logic, No. 3, 8
Forsythe, George E., No. 3, 73
Fortran, No. 4, 56
Fredkin, Edward, No. 4, 77
Frege, Gottlob, No. 3, 8
Frenkel, Karen, No. 1, 32
Friden, No. 3, 76
Friedman, William F. (fig.), No. 3, 6
Fry, T.C., No. 3, 68
Funk, Howard, No. 2, 56
G
Galler, Bernard, No. 4, 7
Gates, Bill, No. 3, 80
Gamma AET, No. 2, 29
GE 100, 210, 225, No. 4, 31
GE 235, 265, No. 4, 33
GE 302, 312, No. 4, 29, 54
GE 304, No. 4, 33
GE 4020, No. 1, 14
GE 4050, 4060, No. 1, 15
GE 600 series, No. 2, 51, No. 4, 36, 41, 56, 58
GE Time-sharing, No. 4, 58
GECOS (GE Comprehensive Operating Supervisor), No. 4, 35, 57
Gelernter, Herbert, No. 3, 12
Gellman, H., No. 2, 57
General Electric Corp., No. 2, 50, No. 4, 24, 47, 56, 65
General Electric Enters the Computer Business-Revisited, No. 4, 46
Generations of Calculators, No. 3, 75
Geometry Machine, No. 3, 22, 23
Gerstner, Louis V., Jr., No. 2, 59
Gilmore, Paul, No. 3, 13
Gödel's incompleteness theorem, No. 3, 20
Gödel, Kurt, No. 3, 9
Goldstine, Adele, No. 3, 67
Goldstine, Herman H., No. 3, 67
Good, Donald L., No. 3, 18
Good, I. Jack, No. 1, 32
Gordon, Michael J.C., No. 3, 21
Gould, Laura, No. 2, 66
Government Code and Cypher School, No. 1, 32
Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, No. 1, 57
Graf, Klaus-D., No. 2, 61
Green, John W., No. 3, 72
Groen, G.F.J.A., No. 2, 11
Grosch, Herbert R.J., No. 4, 29, 53
Gypsy Verification Environment, No. 3, 18
H
Haddad, Jerrier A., No. 2, 73
Haken, Wolfgang, No. 3, 24
HAL 9000, No. 1, 33
Haller, George, No. 4, 25, 49
Harder, Edwin L., No. 3, 87
Harding, Len, No. 2, 62
Harvard Mark III and Mark IV, No. 2, 58
Hashimoto, Takehiko, Graphical Calculation and Early Aeronautical Engineers (rev.), No. 4, 85
Hausz, Walt, No. 4, 49
Hedlund, G.A., No. 3, 73
Hertzfeld, Andy, No. 3, 86
Hestenes, Magnus R., and John Todd, Mathematicians Learning to Use Computers: The Institute for Numerical Analysis UCLA 1947-1954 (rev.), No. 1, 74
Hewlett-Packard, No. 4, 49, 51
Hewitt, Carl, No. 3, 16
Hilton, Peter, No. 1, 35
Hinsley, Harry, No. 1, 41, No. 3, 6
Historia Mathematica, No. 4, 10
Historical Collection at the Computer Museum, No. 2, 60
Historical Electronics Museum, No. 2, 55
Historical Machines and Programming Languages, No. 1, 56
Historically Brewed, the Magazine of Computer History, No. 2, 59
History of Computing in Holland, No. 1, 59
History of Informatics, No. 1, 56
History of the Journal Mathematical Tables and other Aids to Computation, 1959-1965, No. 3, 67
Hoare, C.A.R., No. 3, 18
Hoffmann, Wilhelm A., No. 2, 39
Hollerith, Herman, No. 2, 33
Hollerith machines, No. 2, 33, No. 3, 68, 75
Hollerith Machines, No. 2, 7
Holtzman, Golde, 50 Years After Breaking the Codes: Interviews with Two Bletchley Park Scientists (rev.), No. 1, 32
Honeywell Information Systems, No. 4, 25, 43, 60
Honeywell Vutronik, No. 1, 15
Hoogovens Company, The, No. 2, 23
Hopper, Max, No. 3, 44
Howlett, Jack, No. 1, 34
HP-9100, No. 3, 76
Hughes Aircraft Company, No. 1, 6
Hughes Electronics, No. 4, 51
Hunka, Steve, Development of the IBM 1500 Computer-Assisted Instructional System (rev.), No. 1, 19
Hurd, Cuthbert, No. 2, 72
Huskey, Harry, No. 4, 27, 77
Hutte, H.A., No. 2, 19
Hyman, Anthony, No. 4, 8
Hypercard, No. 3, 86
I
IBM, No. 2, 14, No. 3, 34, No. 4, 24, 50, 63
IBM 1311, No. 1, 21
IBM 1400/1410/1440 Systems, No. 1, 21, No. 2, 29, 30
IBM 1401 system, No. 2, 9, 18, 19, 43
IBM 1500 installation sites, No. 1, 27
IBM 1501 station control, No. 1, 24
IBM 1505 audio adapter, No. 1, 24
IBM 1506 audio unit, No. 1, 25
IBM 1510 instructional display, No. 1, 23
IBM 1512 image projector, No. 1, 23
IBM 1620, 1630, No. 1, 13
IBM 1710, 1720, No. 1, 13
IBM 1800, No. 1, 13, 14, 23
IBM 1802, No. 1, 23
IBM 600 Multiplier, No. 2, 41
IBM 602A, No. 2, 72
IBM 650, No. 1, 68, No. 2, 14, 73, No. 3, 35
IBM 660, No. 2, 16
IBM 701, No. 1, 13, No. 2, 73
IBM 7010 System, No. 1, 20
IBM 704, No. 1, 13, No. 4, 29
IBM 705, No. 2, 15
IBM 7070, No. 2, 17
IBM 7090, No. 1, 13, No. 4, 56
IBM 7094, No. 2, 51, 52, 67
IBM 7330 magnetic tape drive, No. 1, 21
IBM Card-Programmed Electronic Calculator, No. 3, 77
IBM System/360, No. 2, 58, No. 4, 24, 34, 58, 79
IBM Type 421, No. 2, 43
IBM Type III and Type IV tabulators, No. 2, 41, 42
IEEE Computer Society Awards, No. 2, 58
IEEE floating-point standard, No. 2, 62
ILLIAC, No. 1, 55, No. 4, 77, 79
Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO), No. 4, 77
Instrument Society of America (ISA), No. 1, 14
Interconnected multicomputer systems - Hierarchical or mill-wide systems, No. 1, 15
International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), No. 2, 55
Institute for Numerical Analysis (INA), No. 2, 68
Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE), No. 4, 6
Institutions possessing IBM Model 1400/1410/1440 Instructional Systems, No. 1, 22
Intel 386, No. 4, 60
Interactive theorem provers, No. 3, 17
Interface message processors, No. 4, 78
Intercom 1000, No. 4, 27
Isaac L. Auerbach Award, No. 2, 55
J
Jacobi, George, No. 4, 25, 50, 52
Jacquard loom, No. 3, 75
JCL, No. 1, 54
Jevons, W.S., No. 3, 11
John Cocke Receives Medal from President Clinton, No. 2, 59
Johnson, Bob, No. 4, 25
John von Neumann Memorial Trip, No. 2, 61
Joint Industry Computerized Reservations System (JICRS), No. 3, 46
Jones and Laughlin, No. 1, 13, No. 4, 54
Just-in-time production planning, No. 2, 30
K
Kahan, Bill, No. 2, 62
Kahn, Alfred E., No. 3, 53
Kaplan, Sid, No. 4, 48
Kates, J., No. 2, 57
Kay, Alan, No. 3, 86
Keenoy, Chuck, No. 4, 52
Keller, Evelyn Fox, The Body of a New Machine: Situating the Organism Between Telegraphs and Computers (rev.), No. 2, 79
Kerkhoven, C.L.M., No. 2, 12
Kidwell, P.A. and P.E. Ceruzzi, Landmarks in Digital Computing: A Smithsonian Pictorial History (rev.), No. 3, 82
King, James Cornelius, No. 3, 18
Kistermann, Friedrich Wilhelm, No. 2, 3, 33, 49
Knowledge Navigator, No. 3, 86
Known installations of preproduction prototype IBM 1500 Systems, No. 1, 25
Koeritz, Ervine M., No. 4, 58
Kolm, Ulrich, No. 2, 40, 43
Kosten, L., No. 2, 13
Kowalski, Robert, No. 3, 15
Krehoff, Connie, No. 4, 25
Kruh, Louis, A Pictorial Tour of the National Cryptologic Museum (rev.), No. 2, 79
Kuhn, Thomas S., No. 4, 10
Kymmel, A.W., No. 2, 10
L
Lake, Claire D., No. 2, 39, No. 3, 85
Lambda calculus, No. 3, 20
LaMotte, Louis H., No. 2, 74
LaPadula, L.J., No. 3, 18
Larson, E.R., No. 3, 14
Lasher, Clair, No. 4, 30, 55, 56
Lattice theory, No. 3, 17
Lee, John A.N., No. 1, 43, No. 4, 23, 45
Lehmer, Derrick Henry (obit.), No. 2, 64, 64
Leibniz, No. 3, 75
Lenat, Douglas B., No. 3, 22
LEO, No. 2, 5
Levinthal, Jay, No. 4, 27, 48
Levy, Steven, Insanely Great, The Life and Times of Macintosh, the Computer that Changed Everything (rev.), No. 3, 85
Lewin, Ronald, No. 1, 37
Licklider, J.C.R., No. 4, 76
Lighthill, James, No. 3, 23
Lightening Calculator, No. 3, 75
LISA, No. 3, 86
LISP, No. 3, 19
Lock-in and the Costs of Switching Mainframe Computer Vendors in the US Federal Government in the 1970s, No. 3, 58
Logic for Computable Functions (LCF), No. 3, 20
Logic Theory Machine, No. 3, 11
London, Ralph, No. 3, 18
Lorant, Ralph, No. 2, 39
Los Alamos National Laboratory, No. 1, 32, No. 3, 69
Louisiana Power and Light Company, No. 1, 7
Loveland, Donald, No. 3, 14, 22
Lowkrantz, Gunne, No. 2, 41
Luhn, Peter, No. 3, 34
M
M236, M2360, No. 4, 33, 56
Magnetic Drum Calculator, the IBM 650, No. 2, 73
Magnetotronic Reservisor, no. 3, 33, 40
Magnus, Nick, No. 3, 45
Mark I Calculator, No. 3, 67
Manchester, Mark, No. 1, 34
Marcotti, Michael, No. 4, 14
Marguin, Jean, Histoire des instruments et machines á calculer: Trois siécles de mécanique pensante, 1642-1942 (rev.), No. 4, 84
Mauchly, John W., No. 2, 67, No. 3, 3, 68
McCarthy, John, No. 3, 18, No. 4, 32, 77
McDowell, Wallace, No. 3, 34
McGeachie, John, No. 4, 37
McKenney, James L., Waves of Change: Business Evolution through Information Technology (rev.), No. 4, 84
Mechanical sieve computers, No. 2, 64
Mechanical teaching machines, No. 1, 19
Mehrtens, Herbert, No. 3, 9
Meltzer, Bernard, No. 3, 14
Memory protection, No. 4, 36
Mendenhall, R.M., No. 2, 41
Mersenne, Marin, No. 2, 65
Metalanguage (ML), No. 3, 20
Metcalf, George, No. 4, 24
Michie, Donald, No. 1, 32
MICR (Magnetic Ink Character Recognition), No. 4, 25, 52, 61
Microprocessor-based, distributed control: End of the pioneering period, No. 1, 16
Microprogramming, No. 1, 41
Milner, Robin, No. 3, 20
Minsky, Marvin, No. 3, 14, 22, No. 4, 32, 77
MISTRAM, No. 4, 30, 56
MIT, No. 2, 50, No. 4, 46, 57, 77
Model 1133 multiplexer, No. 1, 26
Mohawk Airlines, No. 3, 47
Möhring, Manfred, ed., First Ribnitz Colloquium on the History of Informatics (rev.), No. 3, 85
MOLDS (Multiple On-Line Development System), No. 4, 39
Mollenhoff, Clark R., No. 3, 4
Monroe calculators, No. 3, 76
Monsanto, No. 1, 9
Mooers, Calvin (obit.), No. 2, 64, No. 3, 79
Moore School of Electrical Engineering, No. 3, 3
Moore, J. Strother, No. 3, 19
Moreland, Samuel, No. 1, 63
MOSAIC, No. 4, 31, 33
Mostly Learning and Teaching, No. 2, 68
Motorola, No. 4, 59
Multics project, No. 2, 53, 59, 79
Murray, Richard, No. 3, 47
N
National Academy of Sciences (NAS), No. 3, 67
National Bureau of Standards (NBS), No. 3, 59
National Cash Register Company (NCR), No. 2, 61, No. 4, 52, 67
National Research Council, No. 3, 67
National Physical Laboratory, No. 1, 36, 65
National Security Agency, No. 1, 68
National Women's Hall of Fame, No., 1, 60
Naur, Peter, No. 3, 18
Naval Computing Machine Laboratory, No. 1, 48
Navigation systems, No. 2, 55
NCR 304, No. 4, 29, 31, 52
Nebeker, Frederik et al., Sparks of Genius: Portraits of Electrical Engineering Excellence (rev.), No. 3, 87
Needham, Roger, No. 1, 55
Neher, L., No. 2, 13
Nelson, Ted, No. 3, 84
Network Analysis Corporation, No. 4, 79
Network Information Center (NIC), No. 4, 79
Network Measurement Center, No. 4, 79
New, Quantified Theorem Prover (NQTHM), No. 3, 19
New Ways of Multiplying, No. 1, 44
Newell, Allen, No. 3, 11, No. 4, 77
Newman, Edward Arthur (obit.), No. 1, 64
Newman, Max, No. 1, 34, 35
Nixie tubes, No. 1, 15
Norris, William C., No. 1, 47, No. 4, 25
NP-completeness, No. 3, 15
Nyce, James M. and Paul Kahn, eds., From Memex to Hypertext: Vannevar Bush and the Mind's Machine (rev.), No. 3, 82
O
O'Roarke, Thomas, No. 4, 38
OARAC (Office of Air Research Analytical Computer), No. 4, 48
Oberman, R.M.M., No. 2, 13
Odhner, Willgodt T., No. 3, 75
Offense Calculator, No. 3, 77
Office of Software Development, No. 3, 163
Oisc, No. 1, 55
Of Babbage and Kings: A Study of a Plagiarism Complaint, No. 4, 19
Oldfield, H.R. (Barney), No. 4, 25, (fig.), No. 4, 55
Olivetti, Ing. C, & Co., No. 4, 34
On "Babbage and Kings" and "How Sausage Was Made: And Now for the Rest of the Story, No. 4, 7
ORDVAC, No. 1, 55
Origin of WYSIWYG, No. 1, 5
Overbeck, Gene, No. 3, 45
Owens Corning Fiberglass, No. 1, 14
P
Paige Typesetter, No. 1, 63
Paivinen, John, No. 4, 52
Pan American World Airways, No. 3, 40
Papert, Seymour, No. 3, 14
Paramodulation, No. 3, 16
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