Guide to the Papers of George R. Stibitz, 1937 - 1979Manuscript ML-27

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Series 11, Reports on Computers, 1923-1962

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Box: 11, Dates: 1947-1962

"Electronic Digital Computer," Barber-Coleman Company (Sept. 5, 1947); "BARK - Swedish Automatic Relay Computer," ONR Report (July 20, 1950); "Use of BARK in: On determination of proton-proton interaction from scattering experiments," by Carl-Eric Froberg, (Swedish) (1950); "Coding for the Bell Relay Computers, Model 5," Ballistic Research Laboratories (September 1953); "The BINAC," Eckert and Mauchly Computer Corporation (1949); British Computers: "General Consideration on the Design of an All Purpose Electronic Digital Computer" by A.D. Booth and K.H.V. Britten; 2nd Edition (August 1947); "Progress Report on the Automatic Computing Engine,(ACE)," National Physical Laboratory, Mathematics Division (April 1948); "The EDSAC Computing Machine," Cambridge University, England (Nov. 25, 1949); "Report on the Pilot Model of the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) Part II" by J.H. Wilkinson, Mathematics Division and Electronics Section, National Physical Laboratory (September 1951); "Input and Output Mechanism of the ACE Pilot Model/' National Physical Laboratory, Mathematics Division (Aug. 6, 1953); "Some Features of the ACE Computer" by F.M. Blake, D.O. Clayden, D.W. Davies, L.J. Page, J.B.Stringer (May 8, 1957); "Colorant Computer," Evelyn V. Loveday Technical Report Service (January 17, 1962); "CRC 102-A," Computer Research Corporation (1953); "The Fascinating Story of Computers from US Steel Company" (in "Time") (October 27, 1961); "Mark I Perceptron Operator's Manual (Project PARA)" Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. (February 15, 1960); "Tables of Q-Functions for two Perceptron models, Project PARA," Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. (May 1960); "Technical Memorandum No. 8 Project PARA," Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc.; "An Introduction to Digital Computers - A Government Research Report," by B.F. Green, U.S. Dept. of Commerce (August 18, 1960)

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Box: 12, Dates: 1947-1957

"A Second Survey of Domestic Electronic Digital Computing Systems" by Martin H. Weik; Report No/1010 Ballistic Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. U.S. Dept. of Commerce (June 1957); "24 -Digit Parallel Computer with Magnetic Drum Memory, Examples of Coding and Prototype Design Plans," Engineering Research Associates, Inc. (PX 29136) (November 1948); "Selective Alternation of Digital Data in a Magnetic Drum Computer Memory," Engineering Research Associates (ERA) (December 1, 1947); "Selective Alteration of Digital Data on a Magnetic Drum Computer Memory," by A.A. Cohen and W.R. Keye (March 25, 1948); "Progress Report on "ATLAS" No. 1 to No. 17," (ERA) (Sept. 1, 1947-Jan. 1949); "Progress Report on "ATLAS" No. 18 to No. 28" (Feb. 1949-Dec. 1949); ""ATLAS" Proposed Characteristic Summary Report, Volume I," (ERA) (April 15, 1948); "Task Order I - Progress Report No. 5," (ERA) (May 1-July 1, 1947); "Progress Report No. 6," (ERA) (July 1-Aug 1, 1947); "Status Report," (ERA) (September 1, 1947); "Examples of Coding Magnetic Drum Binary Computer,"(ERA) (Nov. 30, 1948)

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Box: 13, Dates: 1945-1955

"Computer Mark 22" by B.L. Sarahan, Naval Research Laboratory(September 1950); "Computer Mark 22 Mod O; Development and, Description, "NAVORD Report No. 178-45, U.S. Navy Bureau of Ordnance (Dec. 6, 1945); "NAREC - An Electronic Digital Computer" by D.H. Gridley and B L. Sarahan, Naval Research Laboratory (January 1951); "A General Description of the NAREC" by D.H. Gridley and J.S. Seward - Naval Research Laboratory (July 1, 1955); "Floating-Point Coding for the NAREC" by L.E. Davis, Naval Research Laboratory (August 12, 1955); "RAYDIST Computer" by GRS; Discussion for U.S. Navy Bureau of Ordnance (May 26, 1948); "The Preliminary Design of an Automatic Digital Computing System," RAYTHEON Preliminary Report, Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6 (Aug.12, 1947); "The Preliminary Design of an Automatic Digital Computing System, RAYTHEON Preliminary Report, Chapters 7 and 8 (Sept. 29, 1947); "The Electronic Computer of the Institute of Physics of the Academy of the Rumanian People's Republic" by Victor Toma, Bucharest (1955); UNIVAC Summary Report, Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation, Electronic Control Company (November 1947); Drawing: "Block Diagram of UNIVAC SCIENTIFIC, General Purpose Computer System," Remington Rand Univac (1956); Project WHIRLWIND, Report R-127; "WHIRLWIND I Computer Block Diagrams," Volume 1, Summary Report No. 2, Vol. 5", Servomechanisms Laboratory, MIT, Department of the Navy, ONR (Sept. 4, 1947); Project WHIRLWIND, Report R-127; "WHIRLWIND I Computer Block Diagrams, Volume 2, Summary Report No. 2, Vol. 6," Servomechanisms Laboratory, MIT, Department of the Navy, ONR; Project WHIRLWIND: "Block Diagrams (Part III) Summary Report No. 2, Volume 7, "Servomechanisms Laboratory, MIT, Department of the Navy, ONR (November 1947)

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Box: 14, Dates: 1923-1945

Technical Notes, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics - No. 164 - "General Theory of Windmills" by Max M. Mink (October 1923); "Probability Functions and Statistical Parameters" by L.S. Hill, (From: "American Mathematical "Monthly Vol. XL, No. 9) (November 1933); "Automatic Control by Arithmetical Operation" by Perry Orson Crawford, MIT (1939); "Report on Electronic Predictors for Anti-Aircraft Fire Control/' RCA (April 1942); "Transient Behavior and Design of Servo-mechanisms" by Gordon S. Brown ( 1941 and 1943); "Solution of the Cubic Equation and the Cubic Charts" by Leroy W. Evans; "Servomechanisms, Charts for Verifying their stability and for finding the roots of their third and fourth degree characteristic equations" by Y.J. Liu; "Report on Low Inertia Motors," Bell Laboratory (Feb. 16, 1943); "The Analysis and Synthesis of Linear Servo-mechanisms" by Albert C. Hall, MIT (May 1943); "The Properties and Performance of the Magnetic-Fluid Clutch" by C.A. Cibelius, Barber-Coleman Company (1943); "Pulse Transformer Core Material Measurements, Report 470," Radiation Laboratory, MIT (Dec. 10, 1943); "A Method of Compensating the Frequency Dependence of Attenuation in a Supersonic Delay Line," by R.D. Arnold, Report 965, Radiation Laboratory (Dec. 27, 1945)

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Box: 15, Dates: 1944-1950

"The Performance and Measurement of Crystal Converters in Terms of Linear Network Theory - Case 37010," Bell Telephone Laboratory (April 13, 1944); "Technical Conference on Supersonic Flow and Shock Waves," NAVORD Report 203-45, Department of the Navy (July 16, 1945); "IBM Automatic Sequence Controlled Calculator," IBM (1945); "Computing Machines" by GRS, Report No. 701 for the Bureau of Standards (May 25, 1946); "Interim Progress Report on the Physical Realization of an Electronic Instrument," Vol. 1 Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton (January 1, 1947); "Survey of Mathematical Instruments and Machines used in Calculations" A.E. Bowen, Northwestern University (August 1947); "Partners In Research:" Annual Report of the Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology (October 2, 1947); "Printed Circuit Techniques" by C. Brunetti and R.W.Curtis, National Bureau of Standards Circular468, U.S. Department of Commerce (November 15, 1947); "Preliminary Discussion of the Design of an Electronic Computing Instrument, 2nd Edition" by A.W. Burks, H.H. Goldstine and John von Neumann (1947); "Function Unit Theory of Counting Computers" by G.R.S. (May 16, 1948); "First Progress Report on a Multi-Channel Magnetic Drum Inner Memory for Use in Electronic Digital Computing Instruments" by J.H. Bigelow, P.Panagos, M. Rubinoff and W.H. Ware (July 1, 1948); "A High Speed Memory Device" by Robert W. Brooks, Moore School of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania (August 20, 1948); Harvard Computation Lab, Progress Reports: Progress Report No. 2, Chapter IV, "Static Magnetic Storage." (Aug 10-Nov 10, 1948); Progress Report No. 3* Chapter V, "Static Magnetic Storage and Delay Line" (Nov 10, 1948-Feb. 10, 1949); Progress Report No. 4, Chapter IV, "A Magnetic Trigger Circuit" (Feb. 10-May 10, 1949); Progress Report No. 5, Chapter V, "Static Magnetic Storage and Delay Line" (May 10, 1949); Progress Report No. 6, Chapter VI, "Solid Tubes for Computers"; Progress Report No. 8, Chapter VIII, "Static Magnetic Delay Lines" (Feb. 10-May 10, 1950); "Error detecting and correcting codes" by R.W. Hamming, Bell Telephone System Publications (April 1950)

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Box: 16, Dates: 1950-1963

"Magnetic Cores as Elements of Digital Computing Systems" by M.K. Haynes; Report to 0NR, University of Illinois (includes Duplicate) (August 28, 1950); "Linear Equations with Variable Coefficients and Small Parameters in the Highest Derivatives" by I.S. Gradstein, American Mathematical Society, Translation No. 82 (1953); "Unbiased Estimates" by A.N. Kilmogoroff, American Mathematical Society, Translation No. 98 (1953); "Topological Problems of the Theory of Dynamical Systems" by V.V. Nemyckil, American Mathematical Society, Translation No. 103 (1954); "Statistical Electrification of Fibrous Materials" by S.P. Hersh (April 1954); "The Universal Data Analysis Program - A Staff Study" by 1st Lt. Edward Fredkin, AFOTC sage Project Office (April 10, 1957); C.A. Norton's draft of "Report on the Reumhelm patent and Remington's Check Digit Verifier," Remington Rand Univac. (includes Drawing) (March 20, 1961); Excerpt from Financial Report made by R.M. Kalb (September 1954); A Report on the Status and Prospect of Several Related Developments in Applied Magnetics (June 1, 1955); "On a Hydrodynamlc Analysis of the Blood Circulation" by Walter S. Hill (December 1958); "A Notation System for Transliterating Technical and Scientific Texts for Use in Data Processing Systems," Patent Office Research and Development Report No. 15 (May 22, 1959); "On the Theoretical Basis of Electromagnetic Methods to Measure Rates of Flow" by Walter S. Hill (November 1960); "Experimental Machine Translation of Russian to English - A Project Progress Report," Thompson Ramo-Wooldridge Inc. (Dec. 15, 1958); Eight Drafts of Reports by GRS: Computer Course for Remington Rand (June 6, 1960), Analog to Digital Converter and Printer (June 6, 1961), Summary of and Comments on D.H. Robinson "Consideration of Relay Dynamics with an Example of Non-linear Vibrating Reed Design" (Sept. 1, 1961), Color Matching Device (Dec. 21, 1961), Magnetostrictive Motor (Dec. 28, 1961), Report Numbers assigned to Clients and Projects (Dec, 29, 1961), Draft of proposed article "Some Hydrostatic Models Related to the Urethra" (Dec. 17, 1963), Draft of proposed article on Membranous Folds, with Possible Application to Urethral Lining and Continence (Dec. 18, 1963)

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Box: 17, Dates: 1945-1946

Reports on the EDVAC: "First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC" by John von Neumann, Moore School of Electrical Engineering (June 30, 1945); "Progress Report on the EDVAC" (Sept. 30, 1945); "Progress Report (2) on the EDVAC/' Ordnance Department, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C. and Moore School of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania (June 30, 1946); "Progress Report (2) on the EDVAC" (Duplicates of Chapters II, IV and VII)

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Box: 18, Dates: 1947-1949

Reports on the EDVAC: "EDVAC" - Drawings (1947); "The EDVAC," Moore School of Electrical Engineering (February 1948); "EDVAC Dispatcher, Progress Report and Drawings," Moore School of Electrical Engineering (Feb. 16, 1948); "EDVAC" (just pages) (1949)

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Box: 19, Dates: 1943-1946

Reports on the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer): "ENIAC, Volume I," Report covering work through December 1943 (Dec. 31, 1943); "ENIAC, Volume II," Report covering work through December 1943 (Dec. 31, 1943); "ENIAC Progress Report" (Jan.1-June 31, 1944); Estimate of Cost: Completion of the ENIAC (Jan.1-June 30, 1945); Estimate of Cost: Installation at Aberdeen (Jan.1-June 30, 1945); Correspondence and list of drawings of the ENIAC (March 16, 1945); "Description of the ENIAC and Comments on Electronic Digital Computing Machines" (Nov. 30, 1945); "ENIAC Installation at Aberdeen," Progress Report, MS-111 (Oct. 2, 1946); "ENIAC - Operating Manual" by A.W. Burks and Harry D. Huskey (June 1, 1946)

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Box: 20, Dates: 1946

Reports on the EINAC: "ENIAC - Maintenance Manual" by C. Chu, J.A. Cummings, J.H. Davis, H.D. Huskey, T.K. (June 1. 1946); "MIAC - Technical Description," Part I, Volume I, Chapters I-VI, by Adele K. Goldstine, (includes one duplicate) (June 1, 1946); "MIAC - Technical Description," Part I, Vol. II, Chapters VII - XI (one duplicate without VII) (June 1, 1946)

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Box: 21, Dates: 1946

Reports on the ENIAC: "MIAC - Technical Description," Part II, Chapters I - XI, by Harry D. Huskey, (1 duplicate with chapters I - VII.) (June 1, 1946); "MIAC - Drawings," Intereference 85, 809, Eckert-Mauchly vs. Williams

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