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Calculators
January-March 1997 (vol. 19 no. 1)
pp. 74-75

The Calculators column is intended to focus on that aspect of computing history that in many respects preceded the introduction of the computer and has paralleled the computer for the past 50 years as the original "desktop" machine, and in later years as the "pocket" machine. Through this column we hope to provide information for historians and collectors about the world of calculators.

We invite readers to submit short contributions regarding the development, manufacture, and use of calculators for publication in this column. Longer articles should be submitted to Editor-in-Chief Michael Williams, with a copy to Earl Swartzlander, University of Texas at Austin, Department of E & CE, Austin, TX 78712; phone (512) 471-5923, fax (512) 471-5907, e-mail e.swartzlander@computer.org.

1. W.A.C. Mier-Jedrzejowicz, A Guide to HP Handheld Calculators and Computers, 2nd ed. Tustin, Calif.: Wilson/Barnett Publishing, 1996.
2. L. Gilbert, "Texas Instruments Calculators (1972-79): How Rare Are They?" Int'l Calculator Collector, pp. 3-5, Summer 1996.

Citation:
Earl Swartzlander, "Calculators," IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 74-75, Jan.-March 1997, doi:10.1109/MAHC.1997.10000
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