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IEEE Transactions on Computers
February 1974 (vol. 23 no. 2)
ISSN: 0018-9340
Table of Contents
A.A. Covo, Electronic Systems Group, Communications Systems Division, GTE Sylvania, Inc.
pp. 113-120
W.J. Hurd, Communications Systems Research Section, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
pp. 146-152
S. Yajima, Department of Information Science, Kyoto University
pp. 153-165
L.T. Fisher, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Wisconsin
pp. 166-172
null Chiu Kuan Chen, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
pp. 178-184
T.H. Morrin, IBM Advanced System Development Division Laboratory
pp. 184-186
C.G. Aminoff, Department of Electrical Engineering, Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 191-194
J.T. Chu, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, New York University
pp. 194-199
A.Y.C. Quan, Research Laboratories, Postmaster General's Department, Australian Post Office
pp. 201-203
S. Rudeanu, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Bucharest
pp. 206-207
E.L. Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
pp. 207-208
T.A. Welch, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas. Austin
pp. 208
P. Jorgensen, GTE Automatic Electric Labs. Inc.
pp. 212
R. Elschlager, Dep. Inform. Sci. Lockheed Palo Alto Res. Lab. Lockheed Missiles and Space Co.
pp. 212-213
R.E. Swartwout, Elec. Eng. Dep. West Virginia Univ.
pp. 213-214
A.T. Poe, Dep. Comput. and Inform. Sci. Temple University
pp. 214-216
P. Freeman, Information and Computer Science University of California
pp. 216-217
E.C. Joseph, Sperry Univac
pp. 217-218
G.W.R. Luderer, Computing Technology Center Bell Telephone Labs., Inc.
pp. 218-219
P.M. Lewis, Corporate Research and Development General Electric Company
pp. 219-220
A.C.L. Barnard, Dep. of Inform. Sci. University of Alabama
pp. 220
P.J. Denning, Dept. of Computer Sciences Purdue University
pp. 222-223
T. Pavlidis, Dep. of Elec. Eng. Princeton University
pp. 223
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