Computer Revolution in Canada : Building National Technological Competence.in dj

By: VARDALAS, John N. History of Computing series

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VARDALAS, John N. The Computer Revolution in Canada : Building National Technological Competence. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, (2001). Pp. (4),[v]-vi,(4),[1]-409,(5). 8vo, black cloth with silver lettering to spine. A volumein the History of Computing series. Series editors: I. Bernard Cohen and W illiam Aspray. Of nautical interest: 2. The Navy's Pursuit of Self-Reliancein Digital Electronics (pp. 45-78). Also includes the following chapters: 1. Canadian Military Enterprise and the University; 3. Complexity and the Military Imperative to Miniaturize; 4. Civilian Public Enterprise EncouragesDomestic R&D in Digital Electronics; 5. The Effort to Create a Canadian Co mputer Industry; 6. The Sperry Gyroscope Company of Canada and Computer Numerical Control; 7. The Dilemma of 'Buying' Mandated Subsidiaries: The Case of the Control Data Corporation. Very good in dust jacket. 30.00

Title: Computer Revolution in Canada : Building National Technological Competence.in dj

Author Name: VARDALAS, John N. History of Computing series

Categories: 77,

Publisher: MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2001, ISBN:0262220644:

Seller ID: 94295

Keywords: NAUTICAL CANADA TECHNOLOGY ELECTRONICS COMPUTERS NAVAL CANADIAN MILITARY INNOVATION SCIENCE,