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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing Volume 14 Number 3 -- Front Matter

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Original Publication Date: 1992-Sep-30
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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing Volume 14 Number 3 1992 [Front matter] Contents About this Issue - J.A.N. Lee.....3 From IEEE's Perspective - William Aspray.....5

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IEEE Annals of the History of Computing Volume 14 Number 3 1992 [Front matter]

Contents About this Issue - J.A.N. Lee.....3

From IEEE's Perspective - William Aspray.....5

Comments' Queries, and Debate - Werner Buchholz.....6 The Final Word on "The Bug" - Jon
Eklund A Mechanical Delay Line? - Eric A. Weiss and Mervin Frank The Size of the Hollerith Punched Card - F.W. Kistermann German Ferrite Cores from World War II - R.D. Carter Time- Sharing at MIT (Correction) - Robert F. Rosin and Fernando Corbato

Articles The Autoscritcher and the Superscritcher - David J. Crawford and Philip E. Fox (ed.).....9 Tidal Calculations in The Netherlands - Jan van den Ende.....23 Charles Babbage as
an Algorithmic Thinker - I. Grattan-Guinness.....34

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