Volume 9, Number 1, January 1966
Jerome A. Feldman
: A formal semantics for computer languages and its application in a compiler-compiler.
: Algorithm 274: Generation of Hilbert derived test matrix.
D. L. Fisher
: Data, documentation, and decision tables.
B. A. Griffith
: Remarks on computer program for the construction of school timetables.
: ELIZA - a computer program for the study of natural language communication between man and machine.
: Comments on a problem in concurrent programming control.
Volume 9, Number 2, February 1966
Donald L. Wright
: A comparison of the FORTRAN language implementation for several computers.
Lyle B. Smith
: Algorithm 277: Computation of Chebyshev series coefficients.
: Algorithm 278: Graph plotter.
: Control procedures for data communication - an ASA progress report.
Abbas I. Abdel Karim
: The stability of the fourth order Runge-Kutta method for the solution of systems of differential equations.
William C. Lynch
: Description of a high capacity, fast turnaround university computing center.
Robert N. Kubik
: On applications of differential equations in general problem solving.
Volume 9, Number 3, March 1966
: Syntax-directed interpretation of classes of pictures.
: Program translation viewed as a general data processing problem.
J. C. Boussard
: An ALGOL compiler: construction and use in relation to an elaborate operating system.
: Data manipulation and programming problems in automatic information retrieval.
Robert F. Simmons
: Storage and retrieval of aspects of meaning in directed graph structures.
Calvin N. Mooers
: TRAC, a procedure-describing language for the reactive typewriter.
Charles W. Bachman
: On a generalized language for file organization and manipulation.
: Some preliminary remarks on theoretical pragmatics.
: Microprogramming, emulators and programming languages.
: Advanced programming and the aims of standardization.
Volume 9, Number 4, April 1966
: Comments on professor Tewarson's letter.
: Is the groping IR field ready for a costly crash program?
: Information dissemination and publication control.
: On the problem of time table construction.
Benson H. Scheff
: A simple user-oriented compiler source language for programming automatic test equipment.
John H. Welsch
: Algorithm 280: Abscissas and weights for Gregory quadrature.
John H. Welsch
: Algorithm 281: Abscissas and weights for Romberg quadrature.
: Algorithm 282: Derivatives of ex/x, cos (x)/x, AND sin (x)/x.
Immo O. Kerner
: Algorithm 283: Simultaneous displacement of polynomial roots if real and simple.
: Remark on Algorithm 218: Kutta-Merson.
C. M. Reeves
: An algorithm for generating projective reduction formulas for matrix elements of many-electron wavefunctions.
R. J. Royston
, J. Gregory
: A method for finding the least squares estimate of the intersection point of two Helices in space.
: Recorded magnetic tape for information interchange (800 CPI, NRZI).
: Methods of numerical integration applied to a system having trivial function evaluations.
C. T. Fike
: Starting approximations for square root calculation on IBM system /360.
George L. Cain
: A method for locating zeros of complex functions.
Volume 9, Number 5, May 1966
: A note on "Program structures for parallel processing".
Donald E. Knuth
: Additional comments on a problem in concurrent programming control.
P. B. M. Roes
: A note on linear programming algorithm design: a combinatorial problem.
Charles Erwin Cohn
: Incorporation of nonstandard input/output devices into FORTRAN systems.
: On a storage mapping function for data structures.
O. G. Mancino
: Multiple precision floating-point conversion from decimal-to-binary and vice versa.
: Matrix reduction using the Hungarian method for the generation of school timetables.
: Automatic analysis of electronic digital circuits using list processing.
: Eleven-sixteenths inch perforated paper tape.
Courtesy E. P. Miles
: "Impact of computer applications on undergraduate mathematics instruction" explored at Florida State-ACM-SIAM symposium.
: ACM Southern California's symposium poses adventureland, frontierland, fantasyland....
: New York City's top officials envision information system for total organization at ACM symposium.
: Basic problems in nonnumerical mathematics not yet well understood, SICSAM symposium reveals.
Volume 9, Number 6, June 1966
R. P. Boas
: Capitalizaton of language references.
: Test of probabilistic models for the propagation of roundoff errors.
: Is the programming language designer losing sight of the user?
: Correction to a comparison of Fortran language implementation.
J. G. Cleary
: A Fortran technique for simplifying input to report generators.
: Twelve-row punched-card code for information interchange.
Volume 9, Number 7, July 1966
Volume 9, Number 8, August 1966
: On the implementation of AMBIT, a language for symbol manipulation.
Anthony C. Hearn
: Computation of algebraic properties of elementary particle reactions using a digital computer.
: Solutions of systems of polynomial equations by elimination.
Volume 9, Number 9, September 1966
Paul W. Abrahams
: A final solution to the Dangling else of ALGOL 60 and related languages.
: Algorithm 290: linear equations, exact solutions.
: Certification of algorithm 41: evaluation of determinant and algorithm 269: determinant evaluation.
: Certification of algorithm 251: function minimisation.
: Remark on algorithm 256: modified Graeffe method.
: Remark on algorithm 266: psuedo-random numbers.
Volume 9, Number 10, October 1966
: Rectangular holes in twelve-row puched cards.
: Description of systems used for data transmission.
Volume 9, Number 11, November 1966
Robert P. Larsen
: Data filtering applied to information storage and retrieval applications.
: Remark on algorithm 286: examination scheduling.
Peter J. H. King
: Conversion of decision tables to computer programs by rule mask techniques.
R. J. Clasen
: Techniques for automatic tolerance control in linear programming.
: The augmented predictive analyzer for context-free languages - its relative efficiency.
Volume 9, Number 12, December 1966
: Computer capabilities at western european universities.
R. D. Wilkins
: General time-varying systems error sensitivities program.
: On the application of the process of equalization of maxima to obtain rational approximation to certain modified Bessel functions.
: Algorithm 293: transportation problem.