[Soviet Cybernetics : Recent News Items], No. 11.

by Wade B. Holland

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The December issue features 50 pages on the most important achievements in cybernetics, computer technology, power engineering, bioengineering, and mathematics during 1966. Progress in computer medical diagnosis for gastric disease, heart disease, and cancer is reported. Other articles list the characteristics of Soviet computers, development of a nationwide production coding method, and new graphical data-handling devices. The Kiev Engineering-Construction Institute is coordinating a new annual collection of articles on programmed instruction. The Ministry of Defense daily newspaper, [Red Star], has been added to the Press Review section. 103 pp.

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