Soviet Cybernetics Technology: V. Soviet Process Control Computers.

by Wade B. Holland, Joy B. Gazley, Willis H. Ware

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Details of eight recently developed Soviet control computers. The translations from Soviet source material (where information on the machines appeared) are extensively annotated. All pictures and diagrams from the original source items are included, as well as several photographs from other sources. The editors have appended many explanatory notes and comments, and have carefully checked each machine description from a technological standpoint. An appendix contains an alphabetical listing of all abbreviations used in the original Russian texts.

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