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Guide to the Stanford University, Department of Computer Science, Records
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Reports and memoranda concerning departmental rap sessions, 1968-69; memoranda, reports, diagrams, papers, and other materials, 1976-1981, pertaining to development of the SUN workstation, a network-based personal computer system designed at Stanford University; report on the Department, 1970; listing of personnel (staff, faculty, and students), 1971; files of Carolyn Tajnai, Director of the Stanford Computer Form, pertaining to Silicon Valley history and F. E. Terman, 1963-2007; class materials (syllabi, handouts, exams), 1962-84; reports on research in the department, 1967-69; Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Operating Notes, numbers 1-70 (incomplete set); "The Future of Computer Science at Stanford," by Forsythe, Herriot, and Miller, Feb. 1967; and Robert Floyd "Notes toward a revised formula ALGOL," 1966.
The Department of Computer Science was established in 1965.
3.75 Linear feet
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