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Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation
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- Time-sharing data processing systems
- A conversational graphic data processing system : the IBM 1130/2250
- A discipline of programming
- A mathematical theory of global program optimization
- APL : the language and its usage
- Algorithms + data structures=programs
- Algorithms for minimization without derivatives
- An analysis of the finite element method
- Applied algebra for the computer sciences
- Applied computation theory : analysis, design, modeling
- Approximate calculation of multiple integrals
- Assembly language programming and the IBM 360 and 370 computers
- Chebyshev methods in numerical approximation
- Collectively compact operator approximation theory and applications to integral equations
- Computation : finite and infinite machines
- Computer data-base organization
- Computer data-base organization
- Computer evaluation of mathematical functions
- Computer methods for mathematical computations
- Computer security management
- Computers and communications : toward a computer utility
- Computers and telecommunications ; : issues in public policy
- Computers and the policy-making community : applications to international relations
- Computers and their uses
- Computers in humanistic research : readings and perspectives
- Critical factors in data management
- Currents in the theory of computing
- Data base systems
- Design of real-time computer systems
- Digital system implementation
- Engineering simulation using small scientific computers
- Expanding use of computers in the 70's : markets, needs, technology
- FORTRAN IV with WATFOR
- FORTRAN IV with WATFOR and WATFIV
- Fourth generation computers : user requirements and transition
- Future developments in telecommunications
- Gaussian quadrature formulas
- Graph theory with applications to engineering and computer science
- IBM 360 : programming and computing
- Information utilities
- Interval analysis
- Introduction to ALGOL
- Introduction to computing
- Introduction to data structures and non-numeric computation
- Iterative methods for nonlinear optimization problems
- Iterative methods for the solution of equations
- Lectures on the numerical solution of linear, singular, and nonlinear differential equations
- Management information systems : a framework for planning and development
- Matrix iterative analysis
- Microcomputers/microprocessors : hardware, software, and applications
- Minicomputer systems : organization and programming (PDP-11)
- Numerical initial value problems in ordinary differential equations
- Numerical methods
- Perspectives on the computer revolution
- Problem solving by digital computers with PL/I programming
- Programming language/one
- Programming languages : history and fundamentals
- Programming real-time computer systems
- Real-time data processing systems : introductory concepts
- Rounding errors in algebraic processes
- Simulation using digital computers
- Spline analysis
- Structured computer organization
- System structure in data, programs, and computers
- Telecommunications and the computer
- The approximate minimization of functionals
- The computer and the executive
- The computerized society : an appraisal of the impact of computers on society over the next fifteen years
- Theories of abstract automata

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