Volume 6, Number 1, January 1959
William C. McGee
: Generalization: Key to Successful Electronic Data Processing.
Jim Douglas Jr.
: Round-Off Error in the Numerical Solution of the Heat Equation.
G. N. Lance
: Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations on an Automatic Digital Computer.
: Origin and Development of the Chinese Abacus.
René de Vogelaere
: Remarks On ``Tshebysheff Approximations for Power Series''.
Volume 6, Number 2, April 1959
Louis W. Ehrlich
: Monte Carlo Solutions of Boundary Value Problems Involving the Difference Analogue of 62u6x2 +62u6y2 +Ky6u6 y=0.
: On the Reduction of Superfluous States in a Sequential Machine.
Volume 6, Number 3, July 1959
James Hardy Wilkinson
: Stability of the Reduction of a Matrix to Almost Triangular and Triangular Forms by Elementary Similarity Transformations.
C. T. Fike
: Note on the Practical Computation of Proper Values.
Mervin E. Muller
: A Comparison of Methods for Generating Normal Deviates on Digital Computers.
: A Family of Quadrature Formulas Which Achieve High Accuracy in Composite Rules.
Volume 6, Number 4, October 1959
: A General Analysis of Variance Scheme Applicable to a Computer With a Very Large Memory.
E. J. Gauss
: A Comparison of Machine Organizations by Their Performance of the Iterative Solution of Linear Equations.
J. W. Sheldon
: On the Spectral Norms of Several Iterative Processes.
H. Allen Curtis
: Multifunctional Circuits in Functional Canonical Form.