Robert S. Barton

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E D I T O R S ' N O T E : One of the objectives ql' publishing these progress reports is to encourage individual members oj' computing groups to communicate with members of other computing gro'ups who are worlcing on the same or similar projects. The need j~r communication is most urgent and sati¢~ling during the resea,~h stage of a project. Friendly(More)
The present methods of determining the functional design of computers are critically reviewed and a new approach proposed. This is illustrated by explaining, in abstracted form, part of the control organization of a new and different machine based, in part, on the ALGOL 60 language. The concepts of expression and procedure lead directly to use of a Polish(More)
Customer Education Class, August 1952. First row, left to right: Walker H. Thomas (IBM), A. E. Brandt (U.S. Atomic Energy Commission), Calvin C. Elgot (Naval Ordnance Laboratory), Benjamin F. Chaydleur (Naval Ordnance Laboratory), Donald B. MacMillan, Willard G. Bouricius (Los Alamos), Walter C. Schlieser (Douglas El Segundo), Ruth K. Anderson (National(More)
Editor’s Note: The day’s discussion began with many of the key managers, designers, and developers of the Burroughs B 5000 recalling the era in which the system was conceived and introduced. In alphabetical order, the discussants for the morning session were: Robert S. Barton, Bobby A. Creech, David M. Dahm, Benjamin A. Dent, John E. S. Hale, Erwin A.(More)
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