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Collection consists of correspondence, reports, notes, documents and artifacts from Engineering Research Associates (ERA) and Sperry UNIVAC.
Collection contains minutes, correspondence, reports, documentation for Nice Standard Control Language (NICOLA), the Journal of Development, and other publications from several CODASYL committees and task groups. Most of the collection consists of photocopies.
The Control Data Corporation Records documents the company's operations, goals, plans, and products from its inception in 1957 to 1992.
This series documents the research, development, and engineering activities of the Control Data Corporation from 1957-1985.
This series consists of records documenting Control Data Corporation (CDC) litigation, including the Honeywell vs. CDC and Sperry Rand vs. CDC cases, as well as records documenting the everyday legal activities of the company. Materials include court documents, legal briefs, case background materials, memos and correspondence, and patent files.
This series documents the marketing, sales, and public relations activities of Control Data Corporation. Materials include correspondence, memos, reports, various committee meeting materials, marketing plans, product announcements, and advertisements.
This series contains computer hardware and software product literature (pre-sale information), including advertisements, annual reports, brochures and accompanying correspondence, and product announcements distributed by Control Data Corporation to potential or actual customers.
This series contains Control Data Corporation (CDC) manuals and other post-purchase product information for specific computer hardware and software.
This series contains reports on research and development projects in Control Data Corporation divisions, 1959-1964.
Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to Cuthbert C. Hurd's work with the Applied Science Department at IBM and minutes, memoranda, reports, and notes related to his chairmanship of Quintus Computer Systems.
The Donn B. Parker Papers consist of five main series: Donn B. Parker Talks and Writings, Professional Activities, Subject Files, SRI Computer Crime Case Files and Audio/Visual Materials, documenting his work in the field of computer and information crime and security.
Collection contains correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to the Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand trial and John V. Atanasoff's recognition as the inventor of the electronic digital computer. Includes correspondence from historical researchers, awards committees, Atanasoff, and the patent counsel from Honeywell.
Collection consists of subject files that contain reports, memoranda, and correspondence related to Edward Somers' work in automatic programming with Sperry Rand and GE's Computer Department.
Collection contains records relating to the design, construction, and operation of an analog computer at the Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company including notes, sketches, diagrams, articles, a photograph of the computer, and case studies using the computer.
The Eric A. Weiss papers include research materials used by Weiss; writing; correspondence; and personal papers and items.
Collection contains brief outlines of applications programming classes developed at NAA for the IBM 701 and IBM 704, as well as minutes, reports, and manuals related to the development of PACT I (Project for the Advancement of Coding Techniques).
Collection contains reports, correspondence, notes and publications related to FORTRAN and COBOL development, and programming language standards for FORTRAN, COBOL, ASCII, and Ada. Also included is documentation regarding the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation and its products BINAC and UNIVAC, Remington Rand, and the National Bureau of Standards and its computer, SEAC.
Collection contains reports, brochures, articles, photographs, and other items related to General Electric's Power Control Simulator, ERMA (a bank automation system), AC Network Analyzer, Psychological Matrix Rotator, analog computing modules, the GE-150, Computer-Recorder for Radiosonde, and general computer operations.
Collection contains photocopies of correspondence, publications, Hoelzer's Ph.D. dissertation (in German), and drawings, all which were given to James Tomayko in preparation for an oral history and a publication. The material details Hoelzer's conception of a fully electronic analog computer which was developed in Peenemunde, Germany, during World War II. Portions of the published articles have been translated from German to English by Hoelzer.
Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, technical reports and notes, subject files, minutes, manuals, photographs, audio tapes, videotapes, publications, presentations, and a deposition related to Herbert Bright's work in the computer industry and with computer professional groups. Records from Philco and COMPLAN include chronological files for brief periods. Also included in the collection are some personal papers and photographs that partially document the period from 1924-1956.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, draft presentations, newspaper clippings, notes, memoranda, National Science Foundation grant records, publicity materials, and mailing lists relating to the planning and organization of the conference. Also includes conference proceedings in the form of black-and-white video cassettes, reel-to-reel and cassette audio recordings, black-and-white photographs, slides, transcripts of presentations, preprints of papers, and book drafts.
Documents Multics development from 1965-1982. The records include the second MULTICS System Programmers' Manual that contains manual sections and revisions; MULTICS Technical Bulletins that describe procedures, applications, and problems, especially concerning security; and returned "Request for Comments Forms" that include technical papers and thesis proposals.
This collection contains pretrial depositions, plaintiff exhibits, deposition exhibits, trial testimony, trial exhibits, the final opinion and judgement, and indexes from the 1971 Honeywell vs. Sperry Rand suit.
- Computers 28
- Computer industry 17
- Computer industry -- United States 7
- Computer industry -- United States -- History -- Sources 7
- COBOL (Computer program language) 6
- Computer programming 6
- Computers -- History -- Sources 6
- Computers -- History. 6
- Computers -- United States -- History -- Sources. 6
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 6
- Univac computer 6
- Computer engineering 5
- Computer industry -- Societies, etc. 5
- IBM computers 5
- Programming languages (Electronic computers) 5
- Computer industry -- History -- Sources 4
- Computer industry -- History. 4
- Computer input-output equipment 4
- Computer storage devices 4
- Computers -- Law and legislation 4 ∧ less
- English 92
- Multiple languages 2
- Burroughs Corporation 23
- International Business Machines Corporation 9
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 8
- Association for Computing Machinery 8
- Charles Babbage Institute 8
- Control Data Corporation 8
- Sperry Rand (Corporation) 8
- Honeywell Inc. 7
- Sperry Rand (Corporation). Univac Division 7
- United States. National Bureau of Standards 7
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company 5
- General Electric Company 5
- Remington Rand, Inc. 5
- Auerbach Associates 4
- Naval Ordnance Laboratory (White Oak, Md.) 4
- Radio Corporation of America 4
- United States. Office of Naval Research 4
- American National Standards Institute. 3
- Atanasoff, John V. (John Vincent) 3
- Conference on Data Systems Languages 3 ∧ less