Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents aspects of product development for the B205, B220 and B3500 and special requests made by customers.
Collection documents Nielsen’s administrative responsibilities as head of Development Engineering at ElectroData before and after its acquisition by Burroughs.
Collection documents Project 2111, a solid-state magnetic tape and punched card data processor intended as a replacement for the B 205, contains information about other technical and administrative issues at the Pasadena facility, and includes drawings for the wired core storage program.
Collection contains L.P. Robinson’s copy file (1957-1960), the custom engineering requests (1958-1959), the engineering division staff meeting minutes (1956-1960), and numerous weekly activities and project/progress reports.
This collection contains reports, photographs, speeches and correspondence relating to early Burroughs research and development activities in the Philadelphia area in which Thompson was involved.
Contains the minutes of various CEC committees discuss all issues relating to the production of the CEC computer, including technical aspects, customers and staff activities and activities reports that document interactions with customers and ongoing work at other companies. Also included is correspondence with Ernst Selmer on computation.
Collection contains information of Burroughs products and peripherals, including: punches, processors, card readers, drum listers, magnetic tape, and paper tape.
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.
Collection contains a photocopy of the typewritten notes by Frank M. Verzuh relating to the Moore School Lectures.
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.
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.