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Collection contains newspaper and magazine articles, correspondence, presentations, and manuals documenting the development of the Gopher project at the University of Minnesota.
Collection contains reports on the United States and international computer and electronics industries and markets as well as evaluations of specific computers, peripherals, and software published by a variety of market research firms. Contains reports about computer hardware, software, systems, and computer-related industries primarily in the United States that originated from numerous consulting firms.
The collection documents Martin Goetz's major professional interests; including the software industry, patent and copyright protections for software, separate pricing for software and hardware, bundling, anti-trust issues and IBM.
ACM-SIGGRAPH Course Notes, Tutorials, and M. Whitton personal notes/annotations.
Papers contain 38 boxes of Michael S. Mahoney's collection of books and serials related to the history of computing, mathematics, and related fields. The collection also includes 17 boxes of Mahoney's archival materials, including course work, subject files, and publication drafts.
Correspondence, subject files, newspaper clippings, brochures, minutes, center proposals, and reference material relating to the establishment of the Microelectronics and Information Sciences Center (MEIS). Also includes information about similar programs in the U.S.
Milton R. Wessel collected and bound documentation of his work with ADAPSO and the American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS).
Collection documents the activities of the MJCC from 1979 and consists of conference programs and brochures; conference planning and evaluation materials; meeting minutes of the executive board and committees; administrative records; and some photographs.
CBI's monographs and serials that are in the process of being cataloged cannot yet be located in the MNCAT online catalog. This finding aid is a method for locating such in-process books and journals.
Collection contains records from Noel T. Stone's employment with Sperry Rand and Control Data Corporation. Sperry records include a Univac project list from 1957 and a research priorities document from 1959. Control Data records include monthly progress reports, minutes from the regional managers meetings, and shareholder information. Also in the collection is shareholder information from Information Electronics Limited of Australia.
Collection includes abstracts of data processor patents primarily from class 364, subclass 200, 300, 518-523, 700-782, and 900 of the U.S. Patent Office classification. They include the areas of digital computer systems, programmable methods or procedures (software), control of data presentation, electrical digital calculating computers and miscellaneous digital data processing systems.
Collection contains published reports, articles, product literature, and other materials relating to Konrad Zuse.
Collection contains scattered issues and partial runs of several publications, including Syncand user group newsletters, on the topic of Sinclair and Timex Sinclair computers. Publications originate from the United Kingdom and West Germany as well as the United States.
Collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, brochures, news releases, photographs, texts of speeches, and company publications concerning the Automation Institute of Chicago, the purchase of the Institute by Control Data Institute, the Paul M. Pair scholarship, awards received by Pair, and biographical material.
Collection contains notebooks from three applied mathematics classes that Peter C. Patton completed at Harvard University.
Collection contains computer science comprehensive exams from Carnegie Mellon University, computer system manuals, reports, and other materials.
Contains PDFs, Word Documents, and photos of materials relating to the online service Prodigy
Collection contains laboratory notebooks from R. M. Warner's work at the University of Minnesota, with the Magic Dot Program, with 3M Company, and several other organizations.
Contains background materials and reprints of articles on mathematical programming, a program, and copies of some of the papers presented at the 1959 RAND Corporation Symposium on Mathematical Programming. The symposium showcased linear programming and its recent extensions and featured speakers from business, industry, and academia.
Contains transcripts from each of the eighteen symposia. The collection includes a synopsis of the first symposium, verbatim and edited transcripts of the second through eleventh Rand Symposia edited by Fred Gruenberger. The synopsis of the first symposium and the transcripts of the second through eighth symposia are in bound volumes while the transcripts for the ninth through eighteenth symposia are foldered.
Collection contains documentation on the Instrument Society of America conference and on early automation.
Collection contains information on magnetic drum storage, including photographs and background information on the Flying Head Drum, patented by Richard W. Clarke in 1965.
This collection consists of the professional papers of Rick Smith.
Papers contain documentation on the administration of the Control Data Corporation and the National Center for Social Entrepreneurs.
The papers document Robert Head’s work with airline, banking and government systems; his editorial work; his activities with a variety of professional organizations and industry groups; and his work as an information systems specialist.
Collection includes two scrapbooks containing photographs, newspaper clippings, Univac newsletters and brochures, flyers, organizational chart, and other materials documenting the activities of Engineering Research Associates, Remington Rand, and Sperry Rand Univac. Included in volume 1 (1947-1972) are photographs of plant buildings in St. Paul and equipment in development. Volume 2 (1972-1981) includes photographs of employees and some equipment.
Papers include user manuals, programs, memoranda, working papers, and reports from Robert W. Pomeroy's tenure at the Inter-American Development Bank.