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A brief history of computing. Memoirs of living on the edge

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Since entering the computing field in 1949, it has been my privilege to be part of the computer's evolution. In describing some of the computer applications that I worked on over the years, I hope to convey a sense of the problems, successes, and, yes, fun that characterized so many projects. The projects include: the Aberdeen Proving Ground military equipment testing; Computer Usage Company applications; Penta Computer Associates applications; T-Logic; and the New York News.

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Annals of the History of Computing, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 3 )