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Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology Volume 16 - Index

    "This comprehensive reference work provides immediate, fingertip access to state-of-the-art technology in nearly 700 self-contained articles written by over 900 international authorities. Each article in the Encyclopedia features current developments and trends in computers, software, vendors, and applications...extensive bibliographies of leading figures in the field, such as Samuel Alexander, John von Neumann, and Norbert Wiener...and in-depth analysis of future directions."

    AN/FSQ-7 Computer, Edward Wenzel
    Analog-Digital Conversion, Barbara Stephenson
    Analog Signals and Analog Data Processing, Walter J. Karplus
    Analysis of Variance, H. Ginsburg
    And-Or-Not-Nand-Nor Logic, Marlin H. Mickle
    APL Terminal System, Harry Katzan, Jr.
    Aproximation Methods, George D. Byrne
    Argonne National Laboratory, M.K. Butler
    Arithmetic Operations, Charles E. Donaghey, Jr.
    ARPA Network, Howard Frank Arrays, George F. Badger, Jr.
    Artificial Intelligence, B. Chandrasekaran and M.C. Yovits
    Artificial Languages, Jean E. Sammet and R. Tabory
    ASCII Code, Sumner E. Mendelson
    Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Herbert S. Bright
    Associative Memories and Processors: A Description and Appraisal, Jack Minker
    Astronomy, Frank Bartko
    Atomic Energy Commission (Energy Research and Development Administration), Sidney Fernbach
    Audition, Lawrence F. Feth
    Auerbach Corporations, Milton Strassberg
    Autocorrelation, J. R. Zelonka
    Automata Theory, Michael A. Arbib
    Automatic Indexing: Progress and Prospects, Betrand C. Landry and James E. Rush
    Automatically Programmed Tools - Numerically Controlled Machine Tools, J.L. Goodrich and Robert D. Thrush
    Automation, John M. Evans, Jr. Babbage, Charles, B. Sendov
    Bivalent Programming by Implicit Enumeration, Egon Balas


    Jack Belzer