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Gordon D. Goldstein papers, 1950-1979.

Author: Gordon D Goldstein
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Consists of subject files containing reports, memoranda, electronic mail print outs, and notes created by Goldstein as an electronics engineer and research administrator at the Office of Naval Research. Some of the material appears to have been gathered in his role as editor of the Digital Computing Newsletter. Topics include: Spring Joint Computer Conferences of the American Federation of Information Processing  Read more...
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Named Person: Gordon D Goldstein
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon D Goldstein
OCLC Number: 63306923
Description: 0.8 cubic ft.

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Consists of subject files containing reports, memoranda, electronic mail print outs, and notes created by Goldstein as an electronics engineer and research administrator at the Office of Naval Research. Some of the material appears to have been gathered in his role as editor of the Digital Computing Newsletter. Topics include: Spring Joint Computer Conferences of the American Federation of Information Processing Societies, the International Federation for Information Processing Congress 65, David W. Taylor Model Basin Applied Mathematics Laboratory, ARPANET (electronic mail) correspondence and program documentation, European computing, computer-assisted language translation, and the UNIVAC computer.

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