Strela (Arrow), pp. 111-115; Instruction Logic of the MIDAC, pp. 115-121, chap. 2, Programming and Coding, "Handbook of Automation, Computation, and Control," vol. 2, edited by Eugene M. Grabbe, Simon Ramo, and Dean Wooldridge Copyright © 1959 John Wiley & Sons. Inc., New York, reprinted by permission.
J. Presper Eckert, Jr., James R. Weiner, H. Frazer Welsh, and Herbert F. Mitchell: The UNIVAC System, American Institute of Electrical Engineers Institute of Radio Engineers Conference, pp. 6-16, December, 1951, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
The UNIVAC System has been an over-all company project and hundreds of people have participated. It is, therefore, difficult to acknowledge the contributions of individuals. However, special mention must be made of the contributions of Mr. H. Lukoff, Mr. E. I. Blumenthal, Mr. L. D. Wilson, and Mr. J. D. Chapline, Jr. To the Census Bureau a great debt of gratitude is owed for their continuous support of the project.
W. S. Elliott, C. E. Owen, C. H. Devonald, and B. G. Maudsley: The Design Philosophy of Pegasus, A Quantity-production Computer, Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, Pt. B, vol. 103, Supplement 2, pp. 188-196, 1956, by permission of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. The authors acknowledge:
The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions that Mr. C. Strachey and Dr. D. B. Gillies, of the National Research Development Corporation, and Dr. J. M. Bennett and Mr. T. C. H. Braunholtz, of Ferranti, Ltd., made to the logical design of Pegasus: particular thanks are due to Mr. C. Strachey for originating the order code.
They also thank Ferranti, Ltd., and the National Research Development Corporation for permission to publish the paper.
R. R. Everett: The Whirlwind I Computer, Review of Electronic Digital Computers, Joint Computers American Institute of Electrical Engineers Institute of Radio Engineers Conference, pp. 70-74, February, 1952, by permission of the author and the IEEE.
Thomas W. Kampe: The Design of a General-purpose Microprogram- controlled Computer with Elementary Structure, Institute of Radio Engineers, Transactions on Electronic Computers, vol. EC-9, no. 2, pp. 208- 213, June, 1960, by permission of the author and the IEEE. The author acknowledges:
The author wishes to thank his co-designers, R. Compton and T. Hayata, for their assistance during the design of the SD-2 computer and for their suggestions on this paper.
T. Kilburn, D. B. C. Edwards, M. J. Lanigan, and F. H. Sumner: One- level Storage System, Institute of Radio Engineers Transactions, vol. EC-11, no. 2, pp. 223-235, April, 1962, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions made to this work by all members of the Atlas computer team at both Manchester University and Ferranti Ltd.
B. W. Lampson, W. W. Lichtenberger, and M. W. Pirtle: A User Machine in a Time-sharing System, Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, vol. 54, no. 12, pp. 1766-1774, December, 1966, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
The work for this paper was supported in part by the Advanced Research Projects Agency, Department of Defense, Contract SD-185.
The software portion of the system was designed and written in part by L. P. Deutsch, who is entitled to equal credit with the authors for the ideas in this paper. L. Barnes also contributed significantly to the final result.
M. Lehman: A Survey of Problems and Preliminary Results Concerning Parallel Processing and Parallel Processors, Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, vol. 54, no. 12, pp. 1889-1901, December, 1966, by permission of the author and the IEEE. The author acknowledges:
This paper reports on a group activity in which each individual member had his own specific assignments and in addition participated in regular discussions on all aspects of the project. Credit is therefore due to all members of the group which, during the period covered by the contents of this paper, included C. C. Driscoll, J. M. Lee, A. P. Mullery, J. L. Rosenfeld, H. P. Schlaeppi, and M. Weitzman. I should also like to express my sincere thanks to Dr. H. A. Ernst for the constructive criticism, advice, and encouragement offered during preparation of this paper. My sincere thanks are also due to members of the Graphics and Design Department at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and in particular to G. Massi and Mrs. M. J. LaMarre for their preparation of the charts and figures. Last, my thanks to Mrs. J. Galto for her infinite patience in the repeated retypings of the manuscript.
A. L. Leiner, W. A. Notz, J. L. Smith, and A. Weinberger: PILOT, The NBS Multicomputer System, Proceedings of the Eastern Joint Computer Conference, 1958, pp. 71-75, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
The authors wish to acknowledge the valuable contributions of their colleagues H. Loberman and W. Youden, who helped to develop the logical design and programming procedures for this system.
William Lonergan and Paul King: Design of the B 5000 System, Datamation, vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 28-32, May, 1961, by permission of, published and Copyrighted © 1961 by F. D. Thompson Publications, Inc., Greenwich, Conn.