Cover: A note concerning the organization of an IBM type 701 installation.

A note concerning the organization of an IBM type 701 installation.

Published 1954

by J. D. Madden

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An examination of several projects, under way in the RAND Numerical Analysis Department, concerning (1) the organizational setups used at various IBM type 701 instllations, (2) the demonstration of a test to determine good computing job prospects from bad ones, and (3) the installation of a Polaroid Camera in the 701 room to expedite checking of machine programs.

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