There was the germ of an idea in two previous papers [1, 2] which no one seems to have picked up in almost five years. For certain functions it seems desirable to transform the argument to a short range symmetric about 1.0. I …
R. W. Bemer
The logic of a penny-matching program written for the CSX-1 is described.
Elizabeth Wall, Richard M. Brown
Although many computer programs exist for handling analysis of variance, most of them employ the conventional methods described in statistics books for finding the sums of squares.
Catherine Britton, I. F. Wagner
John E. Fedako
Thomas G. Sanborn
C. J. Shaw, T. N. Trimble
T. D. Arthurs
M. J. Synge
Arthur F. Kaupe
Henry C. Thacher
Oliver G. Ludwig
Henry C. Thacher, Paul Shaman
W. M. McKeeman, Larry Tesler
H. R. Schwarz
Henry C. Thacher
CORC is an experimental computing language that was developed at Cornell University to serve the needs of a large and increasing group of computer users whose demands are both limited and intermittent. These are the laymen of …
R. W. Conway, W. L. Maxwell
Marek Greniewski, Wladyslaw Turski
A general method for the calculation of flows and pressures in fluid flow networks is presented. The method is applicable to computer use.
H. N. Cantrell
Use of the “building-block” type of approach suggested in  is heartily recommended. It has been used by our computer center for over a year with excellent results.
Sorting techniques using an IBM 1401 with a random access storage device are evaluated.
Harry Rudloe, Martin Deutsch, Thomas Marill
Descriptive geometry consists of procedures originally designed to solve 3-space geometry problems by graphical constructions and measurement instead of by computation. However, in addition to this it unifies and simplifies the …
Raymond A. Kliphardt