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Contains presentations, transcripts, and tapes of sessions on the history, current state of the art, and potential future developments of information network, as well as a conference brochure and schedule.
A collection of corporate, government, and user group documents regarding the development, implementation, and use of the Ada programming language.
The Association of Data Processing Service Organizations (ADAPSO) records document the organization's administration and activities, as well as its involvement in issues affecting member companies, such as antitrust, open network architecture, and software protection and copyright.
Collection contains correspondence, class handouts, lecture notes and visual aids, published articles and reports, subject files, audio tapes and videotapes relating to Perlis' work in computer science education, programming languages, and compiler programs.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, notes, bibliographies, computer printouts, newsletters, publications, and other reference material largely relating to the Office of Naval Research's computing surveys.
Collection consists of subject files created by Albrecht Neumann that document some aspects of his work with General Electric, as well as with other companies in the computer industry, and at the National Bureau of Standards.
Collection contains photographs, drawings, specifications, maintenance manuals, correspondence, memoranda, and newspaper clippings largely related to magnetic drum storage devices produced by ERA and Univac during Alden Allen's employment with ERA division of Remington Rand, later the Univac division of Sperry Rand.
The collection contains INWG records, Internet Experiment Notes (IEN) and ARPANET Reports, collected by Alex McKenzie during his tenure with INWG.
The Alias | Wavefront records document the corporate history of the CGI company. Also intermingled are the executive papers and subject records of company founder, Mark Sylvester.
Records contain newsletters, correspondence and announcements from the Amateur Computer Society, as well as articles on personal computing.
The American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS) records document the organization’s administration and activities, and the AFIPS-sponsored Spring and Fall Joint Computer Conferences (later the National Computer Conference). The records include budget and financial information, reports, board and committee minutes, conference materials, and publications.
The ANSI X3H2 Records consist entirely of materials accumulated by Michael M. Gorman in his role as secretary to the committee, beginning with the first meeting in May 1978. The collection, which documents the H2 committee’s development of the NDL and SQL standards, includes three interrelated sets of documents: “Base Documents,” “Papers,” and meeting minutes.
The collection consists of the administrative records created by the Minnesota Chapter of ASIST, as well as papers regarding Audrey Grosch, first chair of ASIST in Minnesota.
The collection consists of company records and subject materials accumulated by Martin A. Goetz during his twenty-eight year (1959-1987) career with the company. The collection documents the Software Products Division's involvement in the development of the software industry, its activities relating to patent and copyright protections for software, separate pricing for software and hardware, bundling, antitrust issues, and relations with IBM.
The Arnold A. Cohen Papers contain miscellaneous articles, presentations, correspondence, notes, and manuals helping to document Cohen's involvement in the computing industry.
The research files contain published literature, government documents, technical reports, and correspondence by the DARPA Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO) and Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, accumulated by Norberg and Aspray during their DARPA-funded historical study of the IPTO office.
Association for Computing Machinery Los Angeles Chapter, Special Interest Group on Programming Languages, Working Group 4, PL/I bulletins.
Collection includes PL/I Bulletins 1 through 5, which contain editor's notes, references, a circulation list, correspondence, news items, working papers, programs, and discussion.
Contains published annual reports, directories, newsletters, and other miscellaneous publications of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), its regions, and chapters.
Collection contains meeting minutes from monthly ASM directors’ meetings, newsletters, membership materials, and a small amount of committee records.
Contains correspondence, minutes, reports, proceedings, audio tapes, and artifacts that document the history and activities of the AWC. The records include officers' correspondence, administrative records, AWC policies, committee minutes and correspondence, AWC conference programs, an incomplete run of the AWC Source, correspondence on procedures for being chartered and writing bylaws, and files documenting individual chapter's activities which sometimes contain local newsletters.
The collection contains organizational files, correspondence, minutes of the board of directors and committees, membership information, conference and meeting materials, and photographs.
Contains private consulting reports commissioned by government agencies and businesses on subjects including computer systems, peripherals, robots, software, computer input-output equipment, storage devices, terminals, magnetic tapes, optical character recognition devices, printers, punched card systems, and computer markets.
Access to reports under twenty years old is completely restricted. Additional restrictions may apply for reports commissioned by companies.
This collection consists of the records of the Automatic Digital Network System, known as AUTODIN or ADNS, a legacy data communications service in the United States Department of Defense.
Collection includes reports, articles, proposals, bulletins, and working documents for the computer programming language ALGOL 68.
Collection contains personal and professional photographs taken by Ben Shneiderman. Media formats include photographic prints, 35mm slides, and some paper records.
This collection includes Betty Jo Ellis' presentation on the jargon of computers and programming apparently presented at the 6th Annual Symposium on Computers and Data Processing in Estes Park, Colorado in 1959; correspondence and documentation related to the order code of the Institute for Advanced Study computer; collection of published cartoons related to computers and a poem about computers.
Collection contains Boole & Babbage Users Group conference proceedings from 1972, 1974, and 1975.
Collection documents Borge M. Christensen's career with the General Electric Company's computer and information service business. Documents include correspondence, memoranda, reports, photographs and slides, and other professional papers.
- Computer industry 41
- Computers 27
- Office equipment and supplies industry 24
- Computer engineering 13
- Computer industry -- Societies, etc. 11
- Computer industry -- United States 9
- Computer industry -- United States -- History -- Sources 9
- Photographs 9
- Computer input-output equipment 8
- Univac computer 8
- COBOL (Computer program language) 7
- Computer programming 7
- Computer user groups 7
- Electronic data processing -- Societies, etc. 7
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 7
- Computer industry -- History -- Sources 6
- Computer storage devices 6
- Computers -- History -- Sources 6
- Computers -- History. 6
- Computers -- United States -- History -- Sources. 6 + ∧ less
- Burroughs Corporation 99
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company 36
- Control Data Corporation 32
- International Business Machines Corporation 17
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 15
- Association for Computing Machinery 15
- Sperry Rand (Corporation). Univac Division 13
- Charles Babbage Institute 10
- Engineering Research Associates 10
- Sperry Rand (Corporation) 10
- American Arithmometer Company 9
- ElectroData (Firm) 9
- Honeywell Inc. 9
- Remington Rand, Inc. 9
- United States. National Bureau of Standards 8
- General Electric Company 7
- Unisys Corporation 7
- Data Processing Management Association 6
- American National Standards Institute. 5
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 5 + ∧ less