[Soviet Cybernetics Review], Vol. 4, No. 4 : 1973

by Wade B. Holland


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A set of indexes to the final volume of the RAND journal of translations, commentary, and news items on Soviet Bloc computers and computing, automatic control, and related subjects. Separate indexes are given for subjects; personalities, including both authors and persons mentioned; organizations; and hardware and software, with photographs and technical specifications indicated. Organization names are given in English; personal and hardware/software names are transliterated from the Russian. (Issues from 1967 to 1969 appeared under the name [Soviet Cybernetics: Recent News Items], P-3600. Volume 1 of [SCR] is R-700, Vol. 2 is R-960, and Vol. 3 is R-1190.) 15 pp.

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