Letters to the editor: an omission in Mendoza

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Letters to the editor: an omission in Mendoza

Letters to the editor: on ALGOL 60 as a publication language

Letters to the editor: construction of school time-tables by a computer

American standard code for information interchange

SABRAC, a time-sharing low-cost computer

Debugging systems at the source language level

A list-type storage technique for alphanumeric information

Letters to the editor: B5000 COBOL-61 compiler equipment configurations

Multiple-precision binary-to-decimal integer conversion using only addition and subtraction

Character manipulation in 7090 FORTRAN

Algorithm 196: Muller's method for finding roots of an abitrary function

Algorithm 198: adaptive integration and multiple integration

Algorithm 197: matrix division

Algorithm 199: conversions between calendar date and Julian day number

Certification of algorithm 38: telescope 2

Certification of algorithm 43: crout II

Certification of algorithms 63, 64 and 65, partition, quicksort, and find

Remark on algorithm 77: interpolation, differentiation, and integration

Additional remarks on algorithm 52: a set of test matrices

Certification of algorithm 85: Jacobi

Certification of algorithm 140: matrix inversion

Certification of algorithm 153: GOMORY

Certification of algorithm 155: combination in any order

Certification of algorithm 154: combination in lexicographical order

Certification of algorithm 156: algebra of sets

Remark on algorithm 170: reduction of a matrix containing polynomial elements

Certification of algorithm 160: combinatorial of

Certification of algorithm 164: orthogonal polynomial least squares surface fit

Certification of algorithm 162: xymove plotting

A syntax controlled generator of formal language processors

Some remarks on the syntax of symbolic programming languages

A note on the dangling else ALGOL 60

Continued operation notation for symbol manipulation and array processing

Skeletal structure of PERT and CPA computer programs

Simulation of a traffic network

A computer program for editing the news

An exponential method of numerical integration of ordinary differential equations

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