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Murray 1961


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1 Bibliographische Daten

Daten*: Murray, Francis J.: Mathematical Machines. 3. Auflage. Columbia University Press, New York 1961

Kurzinfo*: Zwei Bücher über Analoge und Digitale mathematische Maschinen, überarbeite Ausgabe von Bücher die in 1947 erschienen.

2 Weitere Informationen

 I DESK CALCULATORS AND PUNCHED CARD MACHINES
  Registers and Counters 
  Accumulators 
  Multiplication and Other Operations 
  Survey of Individual Machines 
  Electrical Counters and Accumulators 
  Punched Card Machines 
  Specific Punched Card Machines 
  Sequence Calculators
 II AUTOMATIC SEQUENCE DIGITAL CALCULATORS
  Machines for Automatic Sequence Computation 
  Spatial and Temporal Organization of a Computer 
  Logical Organization of a Computer 
  Instruction Systems, Codes, and Checking 
  Boolean Analysis of Computers 
  Circuit Elements and Detailed Boolean Design 
  Setup of Computation, Programming, Coding, and Memory Layout 
  Errors 
  Mathematical Methods 
  Survey of Computers

 III CONTINUOUS COMPUTERS
  Differentials and Multipliers
  Cams and Gears
  Mechanical Integrators, Differentiators, and Amplifiers
  Circuit Theory
  Electrical Computing
  Amplifiers
  Electromechanical Components
  Electrical Multiplication
  Representation of Functions
  Linear Equation Solvers
  Harmonic Analyzers and Polynomial Equation Solvers
  Differential Equation Solvers
  Error Analysis for Continuous Computers
  Digital Check Solutions
 IV TRUE ANALOGS
  Introduction to "True Analogs"
  Dimensional Analysis and Models
  Electrolytic Tanks and Conducting Sheets
  Membrane Analogies
  Photoelasticity
  Analogies Between Two-Dimensional Stress Problems
  Electromechanical Analogies
  Two-Dimensional Electromechanical Analogies
  Network Representation of Partial Differential Equations
 V MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS
  Algebraic and Elementary Transcendental Operations
  Instruments for the Differential and Integral Calculus
  Planimeters
  Integraphs

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