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A programmed binary counter for the IBM type 650 calculator

B. C. Kenny, J. A. Hunter
1958 Communications of the ACM  
PROGRAMMED BINARY COUNTER FOR THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATER B.  ...  A, HUNTER Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baltimore, 1..aryland In a recent computational job on the IBM 650 (with 653) the authors found it necessary to perform a calculation which depended upon a  ... 
doi:10.1145/368685.368695 fatcat:owa2kv7vhvcgfa2mvmj2tisz7y

Page 11 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1958 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
PROGRAMMED BINARY COUNTER FOR THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATER B.  ...  A, HUNTER Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baltimore, 1..aryland In a recent computational job on the IBM 650 (with 653) the authors found it necessary to perform a calculation which depended upon a  ... 

Tables for automatic computation

Herbert S. Wilf
1958 Communications of the ACM  
THE IBM TYPE 650 CALCULATER B.  ...  A, HUNTER Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Baltimore, 1..aryland In a recent computational job on the IBM 650 (with 653) the authors found it necessary to perform a calculation which depended upon a  ... 
doi:10.1145/368685.368692 fatcat:x4lctgiht5bchfy635rkvzlln4

Computers in behavioral science

2007 Behavioral Science  
An IBM 650 Program for Hierarchical Analysis of Variance.  ...  (The 650 program ends with the calculation of the variable effects, variable mean squares, and error mean squares.) Program language: The 650 program is in SOAP I.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bs.3830060212 fatcat:j7dkvoet3bddhdhvrhlvmrxciq

The Architecture of IBM's Early Computers

C. J. Bashe, W. Buchholz, G. V. Hawkins, J. J. Ingram, N. Rochester
1981 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
Most of the early computers made by IBM for commercial production are briefly described with an emphasis on architecture and performance.  ...  The description covers a period offifteen years, starting with the design of an experimental machine in 1W9 and extending to, but not including, the announcement in 1964 of Systeml360.  ...  The 604 electronic calculating punch, which IBM started shipping in 1948, used electronic counters for calculation and was controlled by a plugboard program of up to 60 three-address instructions.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.255.0363 fatcat:3haytahuk5g25k6yaeqlwmkwgy

Abstracts--- additional nuclear reactor codes

Virgina Nather, Ward Sangren
1960 Communications of the ACM  
**FOO1O0O—A Two Dimensional IBM 704 Code for the Calculation of Thermal Stresses in a Long Three Dimensional Few-Group IBM-704,"" D. 8 WAPD-T-926 W > APD-TM-116 A Program for the Synthe W > APD-TM-117  ...  ., A Few-Group One-Dimen sional Code for the IBM 650, WAPD TM-3, July 1956 6. Model 2 650 UNCLE IV (G-DN-0 1. W. V. Baxter/W. V. Baxter 2. Available through IBM; in use. 3.  ... 
doi:10.1145/366947.366956 fatcat:unep3apmtjbl7c6h4rlpx5cjdq

The IBM Magnetic Drum Calculator Type 650

F. E. Hamilton, E. C. Kubie
1954 Journal of the ACM  
and lend ame rate ruc- nor- the 2SS, 2rve dily pre- ns. ver- are ids, ns, ese lety ave by ‘sts rary any will ther | ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY THE IBM MAGNETIC DRUM CALCULATOR TYPE 650* By F.  ...  Kubie International Business Machines Corp., Endicott, New York The IBM Magnetic Drum Calculator Type 650 is an electronic calculator intermediate in speed, capacity and cost.  ... 
doi:10.1145/320764.320768 fatcat:ge4vm3zcdjha3nneys4c2ygjie

Electronic digital computers

1959 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
The Defense Calculator (renamed the EDPM Type 701) featured binary arithmetic and one-address instruction logic, two instructions per word.  ...  IBM-704 Coinciding with the introduction of the 70S, IBM announced its new Type 704 as a replacement for the 701. Al-.  ...  At the computer site the character rate is stepped up by means of a buffer system and written onto IBM Type 727 magnetic tape for computer input.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0016-0032(59)90468-5 fatcat:vz43kckne5aszkcwaqljxqbg2e

GIER: A Danish computer from 1961 with a role in the modern revolution of astronomy - II

Erik Høg
2017 Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union  
A Danish computer, GIER, from 1961 played a vital role in the development of a new method for astrometric measurement.  ...  In turn, the results paved the way for a successor, the one million times more powerful Gaia astrometry satellite launched by ESA in 2013.  ...  Knudsen, Uwe Lammers, Finn Verner Nielsen, Jørgen Otzen Petersen, Holger Pedersen, Yves Réquième, Caroline Soubiran, Rob Sunderland, and Gudrun Wolfschmidt for information and comments to previous versions  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1743921317005336 fatcat:tdkcr3bjfrcrnedwbpescnjd5i

Electronic Computers: A Historical Survey

Saul Rosen
1969 ACM Computing Surveys  
From 1965 onward, most new. computers belong to a third generation, which features integrated circuit technology and multiprocessor multiprogramming systems.  ...  Many established companies, as well as new companies, entered the computer field during the first generation, 1947-1959, in which the vacuum tube was almost universally used as the active component in  ...  IBM countered with the announcement of a model 91, a model 92, and a model 95, in rapid succession.  ... 
doi:10.1145/356540.356543 fatcat:3s3tgdnfw5h33lww6zcg3esdc4

Chapter VI: Computational Technics

Nicholas A. Fattu
1951 Review of Educational Research  
“Matrix by Vector Multiplication on the IBM Type 602-A Calculating Punch.” Industrial Computation Seminar, September, 1950. New York: IBM Corp., 1951. p. 68-70. Lawsue, C. H., and Baker, P. C.  ...  “Matrix Multiplication on the IBM Card-Programmed Electronic Calculator.” Proceedings, Computation Seminar. New York: IBM Corp., 1951. p. 47-48. Kitsurn, T.  ... 
doi:10.3102/00346543021005415 fatcat:wiwfvqonlzaediqkv5py4ljtza

42. Commission des Etoiles Doubles Photometriques

1962 Transactions of the International Astronomical Union  
Wellmann, Programming for the IBM 650At Hamburg, a set of programs for the computation of orbital elements of eclipsing binaries with an IBM 650 electronic data processing machine has been in use since  ...  A program has been coded for the IBM 704 which will predict a light-curve for 11 assumed parameters.  ...  The time necessary in a typical case is: I hour for punching and checking of IBM data cards; 3 minutes for computation with program (a); 10 minutes for preparing the input card with constants for the rectification  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0251107x00022847 fatcat:buhictth5zbd3ilnmsa5qz3rqq

Architecture of the IBM System/360

G. M. Amdahl, G. A. Blaauw, F. P. Brooks
1964 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
The architecture* of the newly announced IBM System/360 features four innovations: 1.  ...  This paper discusses in detail the objectives of the design and the rationale for the main features of the architecture.  ...  A less flexible structure is more appropriate for a more parallel machine, and the IBM 650-7074 family is among those designed with fixed-word-length decimal arithmetic.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.82.0087 fatcat:urspgpfvgvgmncozl7r2d62c6m

Architecture of the IBM System/360

G. M. Amdahl, G. A. Blaauw, F. P. Brooks
2000 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
The architecture* of the newly announced IBM System/360 features four innovations: 1.  ...  This paper discusses in detail the objectives of the design and the rationale for the main features of the architecture.  ...  A less flexible structure is more appropriate for a more parallel machine, and the IBM 650-7074 family is among those designed with fixed-word-length decimal arithmetic.  ... 
doi:10.1147/rd.441.0021 fatcat:qhud7pirv5ctffjuxvszkgsvom

Page 591 of Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery Vol. 4, Issue 12 [page]

1961 Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery  
A pro grammed binary counter for the IBM type 650 calculater. 1 (Jan. 1958), 11-12. (T) Kent, Erie R. A proposal for a set of publication standards for use by the ACM. 3 (Feb. 1960), 70-71.  ...  A practical technique for the determination of the optimum relaxa tion factor of the successive over-relaxa- tion method. 4 (Apr. 1961), 184-187. (SB) Kuss, G.  ... 
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