Univac I Documentation

Univac I Documentation

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Archival folder containing UNIVAC documentation dated 1953-1954:
Abstract, Applications of UNIVAC to Air Force Programming Problems [carbon copy]
Applications of UNIVAC to Air Force Programming Problems [copy of full paper]
Selection of Activities
Computation of a Linear Programming Problem, Presented to the Virginia Academy of Science
Application of Linear Programming Techniques to Air Force Problems
Song Routine [1 page, handwritten]
Univac fac-tronic system as used by The Air Controller brochure.
10 pages, inside Univac fac-tronic system brochure:
The Matrix Conversion Routine (the Dragnet Code) [carbon copy]
Computer installations 1951-1953. [handwritten notes]
Univac in Song, 1953. [carbon copy]
See related documentation 2017.3034.01-.14
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overall: 30 cm x 24.1 cm x 1 cm; 11 13/16 in x 9 1/2 in x 13/32 in
ID Number
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Credit Line
In memory of C. Herbert (Herb) Finnie
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National Museum of American History
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