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Table of Contents
History of Computing. Learning from the Past
Arthur Tatnall
Front Matter
Connections in the History of Australian Computing
John Deane
1-12
Why the Real Thing Is Essential for Telling Our Stories
David Demant
13-15
Wonder, Sorcery, and Technology: Contribute to the History of Medieval Robotics
Nadia Ambrosetti
16-25
Andrew D Booth - Britain's Other "Fourth Man
Roger G. Johnson
26-37
The Many Dimensions of Kristen Nygaard, Creator of Object-Oriented Programming and the Scandinavian School of System Development
Drude Berntsen, Knut Elgsaas, Håvard Hegna
38-49
Projects and Activities of the IPSJ Computer History Committee
Eiiti Wada
50-57
Contested Histories: De-Mythologising the Early History of Modern British Computing.
David Anderson
58-67
50 Years Ago we Constructed the First Hungarian Tube Computer, the M-3: Short Stories from the History of the first Hungarian Computer (1957-1960)
Győző Kovács
68-79
Anatoly Kitov - Pioneer of Russian Informatics
Vladimir A. Kitov, Valery V. Shilov
80-88
Materiel Command and the Materiality of Commands: An Historical Examination of the US Air Force, Control Data Corporation, and the Advanced Logistics System
Jeffrey R. Yost
89-100
Purpose-Built Educational Computers in the 1980s: The Australian Experience
Arthur Tatnall, Ralph Leonard
101-111
And they were thinking? Basic, Logo, Personality and Pedagogy
John S. Murnane
112-123
The Life and Growth of Year 12 Computing in Victoria: An Ecological Model
Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey
124-133
History of the European Computer Driving Licence
Denise Leahy, Dudley Dolan
134-145
A Brief History of the Pick Environment in Australia
Stasys Lukaitis
146-158
Turning Points in Computer Education
Bill Davey, Kevin R. Parker
159-168
Existence Precedes Essence - Meaning of the Stored-Program Concept
Allan Olley
169-178
Recession, S-curves and Digital Equipment Corporation
David T. Godwin, Roger G. Johnson
179-188
ETHICS: The Past, Present and Future of Socio-Technical Systems Design
Shona Leitch, Matthew J. Warren
189-197
Lessons from Discarded Computer Architectures
Andrew E. Fluck
198-205
The Birth of Information Systems
Audra Lukaitis, Stas Lukaitis, Bill Davey
206-215
The Monash University Museum of Computing History: Ten Years On
A. Barbara Ainsworth, Chris Avram, Judithe Sheard
216-227