Volume 8, Number 1, January 1965
: Proposed American standard - character set for optical character recognition.
D. R. Ross
: Reducing truncation errors using cascading accumulators.
C. V. Ramamoorthy
: Code structures for protection and manipulation of variable-length items.
H. E. Anderson
: Pracniques: automated plotting of flow-charts on a small computer.
M. Morris Mano
: Pracniques: simulation of Boolean functions in a decimal computer.
: Pracniques: further remarks on reducing truncation errors.
H. W. Kirk
: Use of decision tables in computer programming.
Robert C. Payne
: Letters to the editor: a reaction to Juncosa's proposal for ACM publications.
: Letters to the editor: suggestions for ACM's long-term growth.
D. M. Collison
: Letters to the editor: calculating E on a small computer.
A. K. Duncan
: Letters to the editor: further results on computer construction of school timetables.
Volume 8, Number 2, February 1965
Peter J. Landin
: Correspondence between ALGOL 60 and Church's Lambda-notation: part I.
Loren P. Meissner
: Remark on algorithm 135 [F4]: CROUT with equilibration and iteration.
: Certification of algorithm 236 [S17]: Bessel functions of the first kind.
P. A. Samet
: Certification of algorithm 234 [S23]: Poisson-Charlier polynomials.
Volume 8, Number 3, March 1965
Peter J. Landin
: A correspondence between ALGOL 60 and Church's Lambda-notations: Part II.
: Algorithm 251: function minimisation [E4].
Henry J. Bowlden
: Certification of algorithm 139 [A1]: solutions of the diophantine equation.
Malcolm C. Pike
: Remark on algorithm 145 [D1]: adaptive numerical integration by Simpson's rule.
S. E. Lass
: PERT time calculations without topological ordering.
: Note on triple-precision floating-point arithmetic with 132-bit numbers.
Volume 8, Number 4, April 1965
: Transparent-mode control procedures for data communication, using the American standard code for information interchange - a tutorial.
J. H. Gunn
: Alogorithm 252 [Z]: vector coupling or Clebsch-Gordan coefficients.
Peter A. Businger
: Algorithm 253 [F2]: eigenvalues of real symmetric matrix by the QR method.
Peter A. Businger
: Algorithm 254 [F2]: eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a real symmetric matrix by the QR method.
: Certification of algorithm 21 [S17]: Bessel function for a set of integer orders.
: Remark on algorithm 231 [F1]: matrix inversion.
Zalman A. Shavell
: The use of FORTRAN in subroutines with COBOL main programs.
I. C. Pyle
: Data input by question and answer.
Richard M. Brown
: Use of a conditional base number system for encoding sequences of correlated characters.
: The use of COBOL subroutines in FORTRAN main programs.
P. H. Arnold
: Still another use for FORTRAN II chaining.
James T. Day
: On the numerical solution of an N-point boundary value problem for linear ordinary differential equations.
L. B. Doyle
: Expanding the editing function in language data processing.
Volume 8, Number 5, May 1965
: Letters to the editor: a final word on reducing truncation errors.
: Letters to the editor: on syntax specification.
: Algorithm 255: computation of Fourier coefficients.
: Certification of algorithm 243 [B3]: logarithm of a complex number.
: Performance of systems used for data transmission transfer rate of information bitsmdash;an ASA tutorial.
: Procedure-oriented language statements to facilitate parallel processing.
B. I. Blum
: An extended arithmetic package.
Volume 8, Number 6, June 1965
James N. Haag
: Letters to the editor: more suggestions for ALGOL 60.
Barry W. Smith
: Symbolic notations for statistical tables and an approach towards automatic system design.
Joseph F. Traub
: American standard and IFIP / ICC vocabularies compared.
: On the automatic simplification of computer programs.
W. S. Brown
: An operating environment for dynamic-recursive computer programming systems.
Roman L. Weil
: Testing the understanding of the difference between call by name and call by value in ALGOL 60.
A. A. Grau
: Algorithm 256: modified Graeffe method [C2].
: Algorithm 258: transport.
Volume 8, Number 7, July 1965
: Conventions for the use of symbols in the preparation of flowcharts for information processing systems.
: Remark on algorithm 258 [H]: transport.
: The predictive analyzer and a path elimination technique.
Volume 8, Number 8, August 1965
: Algorithms: ACM Algorithm 259: Legendre Functions for arguments larger than one.
John G. Herriot
: Algorithm 259: Legendre functions for arguments larger than one.
J. K. S. McKay
: Algorithm 262: Number of restricted partitions of N.
Peter J. Smith
: Symbolic derivatives without list processing, subroutines, or recursion.
M. J. Garber
: Negative and zero subscripts in Fortran II programming for the IBM 1620.
Volume 8, Number 9, September 1965
R. M. Gordon
: Letters to the editor: views on technical meetings.
Kenneth E. Iverson
: Letters to the editor: remarks on syntax and generalization of ALGOL 60.
Roger W. Elliott
: Certification of algorithm 202 [G6] generation of permutations in lexicographical order.
R. W. Klopfenstein
: Applications of differential equations in general problem solving.
Volume 8, Number 10, October 1965
J. G. Sanderson
: Letters to the editor: On simple, low redundancy languages.
Timothy V. Griffiths
: Letters to the editor: on procedures for constructing structural descriptions for three parsing algorithms.
: Letters to the editor: On combining FORTRAN and COBOL in problem solving.
: Algorithm 265: find precedence functions [L2].
: An ALGOL-like computer design language.
W. C. Lynch
: Recursive solution of a class of combinatorial problems: an example.
John G. Fletcher
: A program to solve the Pentomino problem by the recursive use of macros.
: A note on the use of a digital computer for doing tedious algebra and programmming.
I. R. Nielsen
: A simple datatransmission system using the office telephone.
John A. Gosden
: Letters to the editor: yet more on rounding in commericial applications.
Volume 8, Number 11, November 1965
: Letters to the editor: Avoiding bit manipulation in FORTRAN.
: Letters to the editor: some observations on the economics of interval arithmetic.
: Algorithm 270: finding eigenvectors by Gaussian elimination [F2].
C. W. Medlock
: Remark on algorithm 250 [G6]: inverse permutation.
: The performance of a system for automatic segmentation of programs within an ALGOL compiler (GIER ALGOL).
Solomon L. Pollack
: Conversion of limited-entry decision tables to computer programs.
R. K. Mueller
, L. Cooper
: A comparison of the primal-simplex and primal-dual algorithms for linear programming.
: An algorithm for minimizing backboard wiring functions.
Volume 8, Number 12, December 1965
George T. Dellert Jr.
: A use of macros in translation of symbolic assembly language of one computer to another.
Thomas M. Olsen
: Philco/IBM translation at problem-oriented, symbolic and binary levels.
Mark I. Halpern
: Machine independence: its technology and economics.
: Letters to the editor: comments on recent FORTRAN ideas.
E. D. Reilly
: Letters to the editor: on "execute" and "repeat" instructions.
M. Donald MacLaren
: Algorithm 272: procedure for the normal distribution functions.
James R. Slagle
: Experiments with a deductive question-answering program.
: Letters to the editor: remarks on computers and aid to the handicapped.