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Issue No.01 - January-March (1991 vol.13)
pp: 51-62
<p> Requirement specifications for the guidance of researchers in collecting and recording the history of computing have been sought by many persons during our 12 year history as a journal. While there does not exist a definitive outline which covers all aspects of the field, the set of guidelines created for the first History of Programming Languages Conference in 1976 have been used by many researchers, authors, and editors. This set of questions, primarily targeted toward those who were involved in the very history which they are recording and reporting on, has been revised and expanded by the program committee of the proposed second History of Programming Languages Conference, scheduled for 1993.</p>
J. A. N. Lee, "Guidelines for the Documentation of Segments of the History of Computing", IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, vol.13, no. 1, pp. 51-62, January-March 1991, doi:10.1109/MAHC.1991.10009
1. Wexelblat, R. L., (ed). 1981.History of Programming Languages, Academic Press, ACM Monograph Series, New York. 758 pp.
2. The initial drafts of the new sets of questions were edited into a common form by Randy Hudson; the Program Committee reviewed then and after some changes, approved them for use.
3. ibid.
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