Volume 7, Number 1, January 1964
J. R. Voss
: In defense of ALGOL 60 as a publication language.
R. H. Miller
: An example in "significant-digit" arithmetic.
Stephen H. Unger
: GIT - a heuristic program for testing pairs of directed line graphs for isomorphism.
: More on the reference counter method of erasing list structures.
Volume 7, Number 2, February 1964
: A general business-oriented language based on decision expressions.
R. A. Brooker
: A programming package for some general modes of arithmetic.
Volume 7, Number 3, March 1964
: Certification of algorithm 122: Tridiagonal matrix.
: Certification of algorithm 150: SYMINV2.
Mark B. Wells
: Certification of algorithm 197: Matrix division.
E. E. Zajac
: Computer-made perspective movies as a scientific and communication tool.
: A technique for computer detection and correction of spelling errors.
H. A. Luther
: A class of iterative techniques for the factorization of polynomials.
C. V. D. Forrington
: A Fourier series method for the numerical solution of a class of parabolic partial differential equations.
H. James Wilcox
: Digital data processor for tracking the partially illuminated moon.
Volume 7, Number 4, April 1964
: Mechanical languages: a course specification.
David E. Muller
: The place of logical design and switching theory in the computer curriculum.
Daniel G. Bobrow
, Bertram Raphael
: A comparison of list-processing computer languages: including a detailed comparison of COMIT, IPL-V, LISP 1.5, and SLIP.
Harmon T. Galdwin
: An algorithm for converting integers from base a to base b.
: Certification of algorithm 222: Incomplete beta function ratios.
Volume 7, Number 5, May 1964
Donald E. Knuth
: A proposal for input-output conventions in ALGOL 60.
Sven J. Cyvin
: Algorithm 227: Chebyshev polynomial coefficients.
: Remarks on algorithm 91: Chebyshev curve fit.
: Certification of algorithm 146: Multiple integration.
Volume 7, Number 6, June 1964
An ACM state-of-the-art paper
: Design and implementation of a general-purpose input routine.
Jack M. Wolfe
: Reducing truncation errors by programming.
W. J. Brian
: A parts breakdown technique using list structures.
James F. Holt
: Numerical solution of nonlinear two-point boundary problems by finite difference methods.
James M. Ortega
: Generation of test matrices by similarity transformations.
Letters to the editor
Volume 7, Number 7, July 1964
: A compiler-building system developed by Brooker and Morris: including a comprehensive discussion of the major features of the system.
K. C. Peng
: Programming analysis of variance by sequences of operators and isomorphic mappings.
R. L. ver Steeg
: Talk - a high-level source language debugging technique with real-time data extraction: 26.
O. G. Mancino
: Characteristics of the FORTRAN CEP language.
: Papers presented at the third annual symposium of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of ACM.
: Experimental personalized array translator system.
W. A. Beyer
: A note on starting the Newton-Raphson method.
Volume 7, Number 8, August 1964
R. E. Wengert
: A simple automatic derivative evaluation program.
R. D. Wilkins
: Investigation of a new analytical method for numerical derivative evaluation.
Marvin L. Stein
: Divide-and-correct methods for multiple precision division.
: ACM Algorithm 236: Bessel Functions of the First Kind.
D. K. Cavin
: Remark on algorithm 162: XY move plotting.
, J. F. Hart
: Remark on algorithm 162: Near-minimax polynomial approximations and partitioning of intervals.
Volume 7, Number 9, September 1964
Jack B. Dennis
: A multiuser computation facility for education and research.
Gerald M. Weinberg
: Solutions of combinatorial problems using generating functions on a variable-field computer.
: Algorithm 240: Coordinates on an ellipsoid.
Volume 7, Number 10, October 1964
T. W. Sag
: Algorithm 242: Permutations of a set with repetitions.
T. A. Bray
: Certification algorithm 225: Gamma function with controlled accuracy.
William P. Heising
: History and summary of FORTRAN standardization development for the ASA.
: Should ACM have graded memberships?
Volume 7, Number 11, November 1964
: Introduce rigorous controls into Perlis' publication system to make it effective.
Ramon D. Faulk
: An inductive approach to language translation.
David S. Collens
: Algorithm 243: Logarithm of a complex number[B3] rewrite of algorithm 48.
David K. Oppenheim
: Certification of algorithm 199: conversions between calendar date and Julian day number.
J. F. Traub
: The new program of work for the international standard vocabulary in computers and information processing.
Alice S. Maher
: A technique for reading gapless tapes makes electrocardiograph analysis feasible on the IBM 7090.
Roy E. Heistand
: An executive system implemented as a finite-state automaton.
: In response to "How should ACM publish computer research".
Volume 7, Number 12, December 1964
J. H. Halton
: Algorithm 247: Radical-inverse quasi-random point sequence.
T. A. Bray
: Certification of algorithm 237: Greatest common divisor.
: Relative effects of central processor and input-output speeds upon throughput on the large computer.
C. A. Oster
: Limited bit manipulation using FORTRAN II.
: Parallel methods for integrating ordinary differential equations.