Auerbach Associates Market and Product Reports 1958-1981


Auerbach Associates Market and Product Reports 1958-1981

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There are two epochs in the history of computing: before the completion of the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (known as the ENIAC), and after. While there are several controversies about the development of the ENIAC and its immediate successors, there is nearly universal agreement on three points: the ENIAC was the watershed project which convinced the world that electronic computing was not merely possible, but practicable; it was a masterpiece of electrical engineeri...

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The collection contains manuals for a number of different Burroughs computer systems, including the B6700, the B7000/B6000/B5000 families, and large systems in general. They concentrate on the programming languages (ALGOL and COBOL), but also contain primers on CANDE, WFL, and the DMSII system. From the guide to the Burroughs Corporation records. Product literature., 1910-1984, (Bulk: 1961-1982), (University of Minnesota Libraries. Charles Babbage Institute. [cbi]) The HOBO ...

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