Mathematical notation[ edit ] A mathematical notation for manipulating arrays was developed by Kenneth E.
An overview of standard and proprietary computer character sets and Kermit protocols for identifying them and converting them. Also in Space Daily, 9 December Kermit Publicity Binders [Box 14] Three-ring binders with articles, brochures, press clippings, photos, etc, mounted in plastic.
Kermit News Numbers C-Kermit book; Digital Press flyers. Press releases and clippings from newspapers and magazines. Kermit Press Clippings [Box 15 and 16] Articles about and announcements of Kermit software from the trade press, user group and university newsletters, training catalogs, etc.
Info-Kermit Digest; C-Kermit 7. Manila folders containing correspondence, proposals, discussions, specifications of new features, documentation of other protocols we looked at and rejected before designing Kermit, history of various specific Kermit versions, the Kermit articles in BYTE magazine, Kermit adaptations for blind people and deaf people, Kermit adaptations for transfer of Japanese, Hebrew, and Cyrillic text between unlike platforms in the pre-Unicode days.
Original unopened shrinkwrapped copies of Kermit 95 in its three different packages. The first published Kermit article, written inpublication delayed for a year while BYTE waited for an appropriate theme issue.
The fake LIFE magazine cover from the Muppets calendar that inspired the name Kermit for the protocol, software, and project. Course notes and syllabus for Q, Telecommunications Software Course notes and materials for 4-week telecommunications course given at Citibank March-April Also, notes for a course given to Columbia and Jewish Theological Seminary faculty in on how to have Hebrew text on a PC, including in a terminal session with the central mainframes I think I already put this in another box.
Note, this was before Windows 95, when everything was do-it-yourself. Kermit Business Records Ten banker's boxes.
These are now housed at Columbia Technology Ventures. Correspondence with customers included. Overview of policies and services. NYU had one baud number and four baud numbers. This was the text of a Columbia University Special Programs course conducted in andTelecommunications Software.
The object never actually achieved was for the class to develop an entire protocol suite on PCs over serial ports because in those days network adapters were not commonly found on PCs, and in any case the ones in our lab did not have them.
Digital Press was going to publish this book but we never finished it. Principles, Protocols, and Architectures, Prentice-Hall Design, Implementation, and Internals, Prentice-Hall Schwartz, Mischa, Telecommunications Networks: Protocols, Modeling and Analysis, Addison-Wesley Columbia's own Mischa Schwartz.
UNIX and C [Box 19] Of the hundreds of computer operating system that abounded from the s until aboutall but two or three have, for all practical purposes, vanished from the scene.
Although Columbia had no direct hand in the development of UNIX, the system has had a continuous presence here since the s, and the programming language of UNIX, called C, has driven out the myriad other languages developed since the s, and is, therefore, used and taught at Columbia.
Plauger, The Elements of Programming Stylepaperpack. Intended as a study guide for the author's CS course, it escaped into the wild and caused quite a ruckus, since in those days UNIX source code was not supposed to be published.
Original copies such as these are extremely rare. See the Wikipedia page which doesn't even have a picture of the originals.
The original C book that changed the world. System V Interface Definition: Kernighan, and Peter J. For decades people have been trying to recreate the magic of Snobol and the best they can come up with is regular expressions, which are practically impossible to use, read, or understand, let alone to get any useful results out of them.
This book was famously "typeset" on an IBM line printer using software developed in the language it describes. The same book, softcover edition published by Catspaw.Welcome to the Free E-mail Database. This page is a public service to provide E-mail addresses for any purpose you may need.
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Calculating correct compilers II: return of the register machines. Patrick Bahr and Graham Hutton. In preparation, In 'Calculating Correct Compilers' we developed a new approach to calculating compilers from specifications of their correctness.
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