High Speed Computing Devices

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Tomash Publishers, 1950 - Technology & Engineering - 451 pages
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This book began as a report written for the Office of Naval Research. The Navy supplied mimeographed reports from all the current computer development activity. It was begun by several writers and finished by William W. Butler under the direction of Dr. Tommy Tompkins, a major contributor.
It was later published by McGraw Hill and was the first book of its kind. Several people have told me that it provided their entry into the computer world. Bill Butler, June 2014.
 

Contents

Introduction
3
Counters as Elementary Components
12
Switches and Gates
32
Copyright

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