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Algorithms and Automatic Computing Machines – Trakhtenbrot

In this post, we will see the book Algorithms and Automatic Computing Machines by B. A. Trakhtenbrot. About the book This booklet, Algorithms and Automatic Computing Machines, gives some of the historical aspects of algorithms and goes on to outline … Continue reading

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How The Machine Learned The Alphabet – Zubkov

In this post, we will see the book . About the book A little book describing how machines (computers) a can learn various things and think. The book was translated from Russian by Vladimir Korotky and illustrated by Boris Kyshtymov. … Continue reading

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Thinking Machines – Gutenmacher

In this post, we will see the book Thinking Machines by L. Gutenmacher. About the book & the author The book describes earliest computers, technologies and computing techniques and algorithms. The fundamental aspects of computation are well described in the … Continue reading

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Cybernetics Today: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects – Makarov (Ed.)

In this post, we will see the book Cybernetics Today: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects edited by I. M. Makarov. About the book The book has been written by a team of leading Soviet authorities in the field of cybernetics, among … Continue reading

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Little Mathematics Library – Post’s Machine

We start our posts in the Little Mathematics Library series with a book by V. A. Uspensky titled Post’s Machine. This booklet is intended first of all for school children. The first two chapters are comprehensible even for junior schoolchildren. … Continue reading

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