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In the past two years or so I have seen a number of papers and heard a number of talks describing the characteristics of (and the wonders inherent in) certain computers like Gamma 60, LARC, H-800, STRETCH, and others. Of course, all these machines share a capacity for parallel asynchronous...
Present communications systems transmit single characters in groups of coded pulses between simple terminal equipments. Since English words form only a sparse set of all possible alphabetic combinations, present methods are inefficient when computer systems are substituted for these terminals....
Peter Wegner 1 describes a short 704 SAP program that is faster than the standard technique. The expected number of loops—of five instructions each—for a word half of whose bits are ones, is 18 in this program.
Fifteen months ago the first version of an “automatic grader” was tried with a group of twenty students taking a formal course in programming. The first group of twenty programs took only five minutes on the computer (an IBM 650). With such a satisfactory beginning, the grader was then used...
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