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Identifier: CBI 64
Abstract 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.
Association for Computing Machinery Los Angeles Chapter, Special Interest Group on Programming Languages, Working Group 4, PL/I bulletins.
Identifier: CBI 35
Abstract 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.
Identifier: CBI 81
Abstract Collection contains personal correspondence of Mooers, and records of Zator Co., founded in 1947, and Rockford Research Institute, founded in 1961. Subjects found in the Zator Co. and Rockford Research Institute records include information processing and retrieval, a punched card system known as Zatocoding, library and information science, a programming language that Mooers helped design called TRAC (Text Reckoning and Compiling language), programming languages standards, and reactive...
Identifier: CBI 65
Abstract 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.
Identifier: CBI 101
Abstract 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).
Identifier: CBI 94
Abstract 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.
Dates: circa 1950s-1980s
Identifier: CBI 42
Abstract 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.
Identifier: CBI 19
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1959, 1972-1993
Identifier: CBI 91
Abstract Contains bibliographies on various aspects of information processing including computers, programming languages, information retrieval, information retrieval systems, machine translation, and data processing.
Identifier: CBI 92
Abstract Contains glossaries on various aspects of information processing including computers, programming languages, data processing, standards, control computers, and graphics.
Identifier: CBI 29
Abstract Collection includes an incomplete run of the ALGOL Bulletin, numbers 1-39 (numbers 9, 17, and 18 were not included in the collection), an ALGOL mailing list, a technical report, and a report on ALGOL 60.
Identifier: CBI 71
Abstract Collection contains Jerome Garfunkel's committee documents, correspondence, minutes, programming language standards drafts, and personal meeting notes from various COBOL and programming languages committees and task groups. The collection documents the development of COBOL and other programming languages from 1977 through 1989, especially the revision of COBOL into COBOL 85.
Identifier: CBI 258
Identifier: CBI 63
Abstract The U.S. Government Computing Collection contains government publications, technical reports, descriptions and manuals of computer hardware, software, systems, installations and projects. All of the documents were produced by some agency of the government, and in most cases the documents are concerned with work performed specifically by these agencies.
Dates: circa 1945-1990
- Programming languages (Electronic computers) 5
- Programming languages (Electronic computers) -- Standards. 4
- COBOL (Computer program language) 3
- FORTRAN (Computer program language) 3
- APL (Computer program language) 2
- Ada (Computer program language) 2
- COBOL (Computer program language) -- Standards 2
- Computer industry -- United States -- History -- Sources 2
- Computers -- United States -- History -- Sources. 2
- LISP (Computer program language) 2
- PL/I (Computer program language) 2
- Programming languages (Electronic computers) -- History -- Sources 2
- Programming languages (Electronic computers) -- Research. 2
- Univac computer 2
- ALGOL (Computer program language) 1
- ALGOL (Computer program language) -- History 1
- ALGOL (Computer program language) -- History -- Sources 1
- ALGOL (Computer program language) -- Periodical 1
- ALGOL (Computer program language) -- Research. 1
- APT (Computer program language) 1 ∧ less
- Charles Babbage Institute 3
- American National Standards Institute. 2
- Association for Computing Machinery 2
- International Organization for Standardization. 2
- Naval Ordnance Laboratory (White Oak, Md.) 2
- United States. National Bureau of Standards 2
- Air Force Avionics Laboratory. 1
- Air Force Cambridge Research Center (U.S.) 1
- American Federation of Information Processing Societies 1
- Anderson, Florence R. 1
- Argonne National Laboratory 1
- Association for Computing Machinery. Los Angeles Chapter. Special Interest Group on Programming Languages. Working Group 4. 1
- Association of Independent Software Companies 1
- Bright, Herbert S. (Herbert Samuel), 1919-1986 1
- Burroughs Corporation 1
- Computation Planning, Inc. 1
- Conference on Data Systems Languages 1
- David W. Taylor Model Basin. 1
- Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1
- Electronic Funds Transfer Committee. 1 ∧ less