R. H. Allmark and J. R. Lucking: Design of an Arithmetic Unit Incorporating a Nesting Store, Proceedings of the International Federation of Information Processing Congress 1962, pp. 694-698, North Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, Holland, by permission from American Federation of Information Processing Societies (AFIPS), Spartan Books, Washington, D.C.
R. L. Alonso, H. Blair-Smith, and A. L. Hopkins: Some Aspects of the Logical Design of a Control Computer, A Case Study, Transactions on Electronic Computers, vol. EC-12, no. 6, pp. 687-697, December, 1963, by permission of the authors and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
James P. Anderson, Samuel A. Hoffman, Joseph Shifman, and Robert J. Williams: D825-A Multiple Computer System for Command and Control, Proceedings of the AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, vol. 22, pp. 86-96, 1962, by permission from AFIPS, Spartan Books, Washington, D.C. The authors acknowledge:
The authors wish to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of their many colleagues at Burroughs Laboratories who have contributed so well and in so many ways to all stages of D825 design, development, fabrication, and programming. It would be impossible to cite all of these efforts. The authors also wish to acknowledge the contributions of Mr. William R. Slack and Mr. William W. Carver, also of Burroughs Laboratories. Mr. Slack has been closely associated with the D825 from its original conception to its implementation in hardware and software. Mr. Carver made important contributions to the writing and editing of this paper.
George H. Barnes, Richard M. Brown, Maso Kato, David J. Kuck, Daniel L. Slotnick, and Richard A. Stokes: The ILLIAC IV Computer, Transactions on Computers, vol. C-17, no. 8, pp. 746-757, August 1968, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
This work was supported in part by the Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, and in part by the Advanced Research Projects Agency as administered by the Rome Air Development Center, Griffiss Air Force Base, Rome, New York, under Contract USAF 30 (602)4144.
The authors are pleased to acknowledge their indebtedness to the group at the Westinghouse Electric Corporation that initiated the parallel computer effort. The work of W. C. Borck, A. B. Carroll, J. R. Hudson, W. H. Leonard, R. C. McReynolds, and G. Shapiro formed the basis for the subsequent efforts. Of particular importance is the work of J. G. Gregory in tuning the conceptual design to the real world of technology.
Theodore R. Bashkow, Azra Sasson, and Arnold Kronfeld: System Design of a FORTRAN Machine, Transactions on Electronic Computers, vol. EC-16, no. 4, pp. 485-499, August 1967, by permission of the authors and the IEEE. The authors acknowledge:
This research is supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Contract AF19(628)-2798.
G. A. Blaauw and F. P. Brooks, Jr.: The Structure of System/360, Part I- Outline of the Logical Structure, IBM Systems Journal, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 119- 135, 1964, by permission from the IBM Systems Journal.
Erich Bloch: The Engineering Design of the Stretch Computer, Proceedings of the Eastern Joint Computer Conference, 1959, pp. 48-58, by permission of the author and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The author acknowledges:
The efforts and contributions of many people have gone into the engineering design of the Stretch computer. To mention all would be impossible. However, the following individuals and their groups were responsible for the units indicated; Mr. R. T. Blosk for the Instruction Unit, Mr. J. F. Dirac for the Look-ahead Units, Messrs. J. A. Hipp and 0. L. MacSorley for the Arithmetic Units, and Mr. L. 0. Ulfsparre for the Memory Bus. The Systems Development was under the guidance of Messrs. S. W. Dunwell and R. E. Merwin.
Arthur W. Burks, Herman H. Goldstine, and John von Neumann: Preliminary Discussion of the Logical Design of an Electronic Computing Instrument, "Collected Works of John von Neumann," vol. V, pp. 34-79, General Editor: A. H. Taub, Macmillan Company, by permission from Pergamon Press, New York, 1963. The authors acknowledge:
This report has been prepared in accordance with the terms of Con tract W-36-034-ORD-7481 between the Research and Development Service, Ordnance Department, U.S. Army and the Institute for Advanced Study.
The authors wish to express their thanks to Dr. John Tukey, of Princeton University, for many valuable discussions and suggestions.
John W. Carr III: UNIVAC Scientific (1103A) Instruction Logic, pp. 77-83; IBM 650 Instruction Logic, pp. 93-98; Instruction Logic of the Soviet