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An algebraic compiler for the FORTRAN assembly program


Comment on analytic differentiation by computer


More on testing BCD words with FORTRAN


Official Notices: Decision-making processes in pattern recognition


Reiteration of ACM policy toward standardization


Official Notices: Large-capacity memory techniques for computing systems


Official Notices: ACM monographs appear


Algorithm 129: Minifun


Algorithm 131: Coefficient determination


Algorithm 132: Quantum mechanical integrals over all Slater-type integrals


Algorithm 130: Permute


Algorithm 135: Crout with equilibration and iteration


Algorithm 134: Exponentiation of series


Algorithm 133: Random


Algorithm 137: Nesting of for statement I


Algorithm 138: Nesting of for statement II


Algorithm 136: Enlargement of a group


Algorithm 141: Path matrix


Algorithm 139: Solutions of the diophantine equation


Algorithm 140: Matrix inversion


Certification of the calculation of Easter…


Certification of Algorithm 94: Combination


Remark on algorithm 99: Evaluation of Jacobi symbol


Remark on Algorithm 106: Complex number to a real power


Certification of Algorithm 135: Crout with equilibration and iteration


Certification of Algorithm 84: Simpson's integration


Topological sorting of large networks

The use of programmed digital computers as general pattern classification and recognition devices is one phase of the current lively interest in artificial intelligence. It is important to choose a class of signals which is,  …

Record linkage: making maximum use of the discriminating power of identifying information

Special difficulties are encountered in devising reliable systems for searching and updating any large files of documents that must be identified primarily on the basis of names and other personal particulars. The underlying  …

Online digital computer measurement of a neurological control system

Quantative measurements of the neurological control system for hand movement have shown results both of diagnostic value and of theoretical interest in understanding the underlying neural mechanisms and their system organization …