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IRE Transactions on Electronic Computers

Issue 3 • Sept. 1955

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  • [Front cover]

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): c1
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  • IRE Professional Group on Electronic Computers

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): nil1
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  • [Breaker page]

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): nil1
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  • Where Should I Send My Manuscript?

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): 87
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  • Constitution for IRE Professional Group on Electronic Computers

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):88 - 92
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  • A Logical Reading System for Nonreturn-to-Zero Magnetic Recording

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):93 - 95
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    The nonreturn-to-zero method for the magnetic recording of binary information saturates the surface in a continuous fashion, one sense of saturation being used for a ``1'' and the opposite sense of saturation for a ``O.'' A system is described for reading NRZ digital data which utilizes the inherent alternating characteristic of the readback signal waveform to effect a logical correction. The read... View full abstract»

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  • An Electronic Analog Computing Technique for the Solution of Trigonometric Problems

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):95 - 101
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    This paper describes a technique for the solution of trigonometric problems which utilizes a fixed carrier frequency, demodulators, modulators, resistors, condensers, and operational amplifiers in feedback configurations. Basic solutions are in the form of the amplitudes and phases of voltages relative to a reference carrier. A typical 400-cycle computer with an accuracy of 0.2 per cent is describ... View full abstract»

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  • An Analog Computer for the Solution of Tangents

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):101 - 106
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    This paper describes an electrical computer employing a modified Wheatstone bridge to compute the tangent of an angle between 0° and 90°, given the angle. It can also be used to compute one angle of a right triangle given the two sides of the triangle. It thus complements the Wheatstone bridge circuit which computes the hypotenuse from the other two sides. Only linear elements are used and the a... View full abstract»

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  • Closed-Loop Control Systems Containing a Digital Computer

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):106 - 117
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    A discussion is given of the concepts of delay and distortion in feedback loops, with special reference to some of the special features incurred by digital control. Simple examples are given. Various approximations are presented for the ``starred'' transfer function in terms of the original analog transfer function, both in signal order to facilitate stability computations for digitally controlled... View full abstract»

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  • On the Input Impedance Network Error in Operational Amplifiers

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): 118
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  • Two's Complement Multiplication in Binary Parallel Digital Computers

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):118 - 119
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  • PGEC News

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s): 119
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  • Contributors

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):119 - 120
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  • Reviews of current literature

    Publication Year: 1955, Page(s):121 - 131
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    It is the intention of this section to review articles that have been published since January 1, 1953, and to publish eventually reviews of all books pertaining to the computer field. Authors can be of considerable assistance in this review process by sending two reprints of their articles to H. D. Huskey, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California. The ed... View full abstract»

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This Transactions ceased publication in 1962. The current retitled publication is 

IEEE Transactions on Computers.

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