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Soviet Cybernetics Technology

II. General Characteristics of Several Soviet Computers

Published 1963

by Willis H. Ware, Wade B. Holland

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A collection of annotated translations concerning eight Soviet and Soviet bloc computers. Noteworthy is the inclusion of information on two little-known machines, the "Luch" (Byelorussian) and the "EPOS" (Czechoslovakian), and some commentary on the "Ural-4." An article on the "BESM-II" contradicts information from other sources.

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