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Title: SHARE Numerical Analysis Project Records

Collection Date(s): 1964-1970

Extent and Forms of Material: 5 cubic feet; (14 boxes)

Creator: SHARE ( Society to Help Avoid Redundant Effort)

Abstract: Collection documents the SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1964-1970, which evaluated numerical-mathematical type SHARE programs. These programs had to be highly accurate in order not to waste expensive computer time. SHARE was the Society to Help Avoid Redundant Effort and was created to promote the free interchange of information for advancing the effectiveness of use of IBM System/360 or IBM 7000-series computers. The collection consists of correspondence, abstracts, reports, and punch cards.

Repository : Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. archivescenter@si.edu 202-633-3270 www.americanhistory.si.edu/archives

Collection Number: AC0498

Processing Note: Processed by Jodi L. Bunnell (intern) and Atsushi Akera (intern), June 1995; supervised by Craig Orr, archivist.

 

INFORMATION FOR USERS OF THE COLLECTION

Conditions Governing Access: The collection is open for research use.

Physical Access : Collection located at off-site storage.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use : Copyright held by the Smithsonian Institution. Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Reproduction permission from Archives Center: reproduction fees may apply.

Preferred Citation: Title and date of item, Share Numerical Analysis Project Records, dates, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, box number X, folder number XX, digital file number XXXXXXXX

 

IN-DEPTH INFORMATION ABOUT THE COLLECTION

Administrative/Biographical History : SHARE(Society to Help Avoid Redundant Effort) was formed in 1955, when users of International Business Machines (IBM) 701 computers in Los Angeles were anticipating the delivery of the IBM 704 computer. At this time, IBM relied on its computer customers to program the machines they purchased. “The only software that came with the hardware were copies of the user's manual, a crude assembler, a loader (non-linking), and a few utility routines” (Armer, 122). Both the manufacturer and the customers needed a library of mathematical programs, called subroutines, for the computers to perform their intended tasks. To produce them individually was prohibitively expensive; the cost of developing a system to use a machine, “and a set of routines to go with that system, was usually in excess of a year’s rental for the equipment” (Armer, 124). SHARE's organizers felt that this could be accomplished most efficiently through cooperation among IBM users.

The primary purpose of SHARE, according to a 1968 SHARE conference program, was “to promote the free interchange of information for advancing the effectiveness of use of [IBM System/360 or IBM 7000-series computers]. A further aim is to reduce redundant effort among system users in the preparation of computer programs for general use." SHARE sought to standardize machine language and certain machine practices, eliminate redundant effort connected with computers, promote inter-installation communication, and develop effective communication between users and the manufacturer. By mid-1956, forty-seven “installations” or organizations with an IBM computer were SHARE members, and 300 machine-checked 704 programs were placed in an IBM ­maintained library for member use (Bashe, 349). SHARE members later wrote and evaluated programs for the IBM System/360 machines, a product line announced in 1964.

SHARE groups called “projects” organized, evaluated, and transmitted the information; all participation was on a voluntary basis. SHARE held two general meetings a year, at which all active projects held one or more meetings. The expansion from a focus on program creation to evaluation represented a more mature phase for the organization.

The Numerical Analysis Project was one of those groups. During the SHARE general meeting in March 1964, members participating in the Numerical Analysis Project of the SHARE applications division decided to organize and carry out an extensive project to evaluate numerical-mathematical type SHARE programs, which had to be highly accurate in order not to waste expensive computer time. Programs were selected from the SHARE-3000 series, the SSP (Scientific Subroutine Package), and the CPL (Contributed Program Library). The­ co-chairmen of the evaluation committee assigned review tasks to participating members, who could accept or refuse assignments. Their review time was to be three to four months, and authors mailed their reviews to the co-chair. The chair of the Numerical Analysis Project's Program Evaluation Committee from 1965 to 1968 was Hirondo Kuki at the University of Chicago's Computing Center. After he resigned the chairmanship in 1968, Robert E. Funderlic and Joseph S. Crowell of the Union Carbide Corporation, Nuclear Division, became co-chairs; Funderlic resigned from his position later that year.

Each program was reviewed twice. Programs were evaluated extensively for reliability and accuracy, as well as timing, size, features, design, and documentation provided by the program's author. Reviewers submitted written reviews with documentation of their testing and review process.

SHARE was the first computer user group in the United States, and became a model for a number of other user groups, including GUIDE (formed in 1956) and USE (formed in 1955). Before groups like SHARE, most programmers did very little sharing of programs of general applicability. The idiosyncratic manner of machines accounted for this in part. Inoperability was a factor as well; a program written for one machine would require tedious re-coding to operate on another (Bashe, 348).

Although computer technology has changed considerably since its inception, SHARE still exists (www.share.org), and has offices in downtown Chicago. It has a full-time staff and more than 2,000 member companies that include international corporations, representative government agencies and educational institutions.

References

Armer, Paul. “SHARE--A Eulogy to Cooperative Effort.” Annals in the History of Computing 2, no. 2 (April 1980): 122-129.

Charles Babbage Institute. “SHARE Marks 40th Anniversary.” Charles Babbage Institute Newsletter 17, no. 3.

Bashe, Charles J., Lyle R. Johnson, John H. Palmer, and Emerson W. Pugh. IBM's Early Computers. (MIT Press Series in the History of Computing.) Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 1986.

Scope and Content: The collection is divided into four series: Series 1, Correspondence, 1964-1970; Series 2, SHARE General Program Library, 1964-1967; Series 3, Numerical Analysis Project, 1964-1970; and Series 4, Research Papers, 1968-1969.

Series l, Correspondence, 1964-1970 , consists of incoming correspondence and collected SHARE files. The series is further divided into two subseries: Subseries 1, General and Administrative, 1965 and Subseries 2, Member Organizations, 1964-1970.

Subseries 1, General and Administrative, 1964-1970 , consists of administrative correspondence, arranged by subject and date. It includes communications with program authors, computer administrators at universities and businesses, and advisors, as well as lists of persons who attended meetings. There are samples of SHARE form letters and notes on a possible merger of SHARE and GUIDE.

Subseries 2, Member Organizations, 1964-1970 , is comprised of correspondence to the sixty-six SHARE member organizations that participated in the Numerical Analysis Project. This series originally contained empty folders for nine other organizations; they are listed at the end of the container list.

Series 2, SHARE General Program Library, 1964-1970 , consists of abstracts and reports of computer programs that were evaluated by SHARE Numerical Analysis Project Program Evaluation Committee members. This series is further divided into three subseries.

Subseries 1, Abstracts , 1964-1967, contains programs as they came in from their authors, 1964-1967. These are short descriptions of SHARE programs, designed for browsing in the program library; more detailed descriptions are found in Subseries 2, Reports, 1964-1965. They are arranged by their 4-digit program numbers, SHARE Secretary Distribution (SSD), Scientific Subroutine Package (SSP).

Subseries 2, Reports, 1964­-1965 , describes SHARE programs in a more fully detailed format than in the Abstracts of Subseries 1. The numbers in these correspond, in turn, with program review numbers in Series 3: Numerical Analysis Project, Subseries B. The reports are filed by their four­ digit program numbers, which as in Series A: Abstracts, are nearly chronological, and form a nearly complete set.

Subseries 3, Punch Cards , 1968-1969, consists of one folder of IBM computer punch cards used to store and load computer programs of this era. This group of cards was distributed in 1968-1969. They may contain SHARE programs or administrative records.

Series 3, Numerical Analysis Project , 1964-1970, consists of reviews submitted by program evaluation committee members and spans the years 1964-1970. There are also evaluation guidelines and records of Numerical Analysis Project (NAP) meetings.

Subseries 1, Administrative, 1964-1968 , consists of six folders of program evaluation guidelines and reviews received, pending or rejected, and letters that transferred the NAP chairmanship and co-chairmanship in 1968.

Subseries 2, Reviews , 1965-1970, comprises the bulk of the series. It consists of reviews of programs submitted by program evaluation committee members, 1965-1970. The reviews are arranged chronologically; folder titles include program numbers that correspond to those represented in Series 2, SHARE General Program Library, Subseries 2, but do not represent a complete corresponding set.

Subseries 3, Meetings Notes, 1968-1969 , consists of five folders of materials from meetings in Los Angeles, Atlantic City, and Chicago. Materials include correspondence, handwritten notes, rosters of attendees, and conference programs. They are arranged chronologically.

Subseries 4, Program Reviewing in the SHARE Numerical Analysis Project , 1968, consists of six folders of status reports from the Numerical Analysis Project Program Evaluation Committee from February 10, 1968 and October 4, 1968. The reports exist in four forms: non-annotated; computer printout; published form; and annotated by R. E. Funderlic, Computing Technology Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and by J. S. Crowell.

Series 4, Research Papers, 1968-1969 , consists of four papers submitted to SHARE from members on computer programming topics. They are arranged alphabetically by the primary author's last name. A note clipped to the papers indicates that all the papers except that by Dodson, et. al., were submitted to SJCC (possibly connected with the Joint Computing Conference) in 1969.

System of Arrangement: Collection is arranged into four series.

Series 1, Correspondence, 1964-1970
Subseries 1, General and Administrative, 1964-1970
Subseries 2, Member Organizations, 1964-1970
Series 2, SHARE General Program Library, 1964-1968
Subseries 1, Abstracts, 1964-1967
Subseries 2, Reports, 1964, 1967
Subseries 3, Punch Cards, 1968-1969
Series 3, Numerical Analysis Project, Program Evaluation Committee, 1964-1970
Subseries 1, Administrative, 1964-1968
Subseries 2, Reviews, 1965-1970
Subseries 3, Meeting Notes, 1968-1969
Subseries 4, Program Reviewing in the SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1968
Series 4, Research Papers, 1968-1969, undated

Acquisition Information: The SHARE records were sent in 1972 to the Smithsonian Institution's Computer History Project by C. P. Dietz, University of North Dakota Computing Center. The files had been sent to Dietz from Oliver K. Smith of TRW Systems. They were accessioned in 1977. They were listed in the Charles Babbage Institute's 1987 Resources for the History of Computing, part of the National Museum of American History's Division of Mathematics’ Computer Societies and User Groups Records (1934-1970; eight cubic feet). According to the Babbage guide this collection was believed to have been a part of Paul Armer's Papers. No other documentation confirms that statement.

Custodial History: The records were transferred from the Computer History Project, formerly the Computers, Information and Society Division (now known as the Division of Information, Technology and Society) at the National Museum of American History, to the Archives Center in September 1993.

Related Archival Materials: At Archives Center, National Museum of American History: Paul Armer Collection 1949-1970 (Collection #323); Grace Murray Hopper Collection, 1944-1965 (Collection #324); B.H. Worsley Collection, 1946-1959. (Collection #237); Computer Standards Collection, 1958-1978. (Collection #310); Data Processing Digest Collection, 1955-1974. (Collection #235); Computer Oral History Collection, 1969-1973, 1977. (Collection #196), At the Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota: SHARE Records and Proceedings, 1955-1992; Joan M. Winters Papers, 1966-1990; Herbert S. Bright Papers, 1924-1988; Francis V. Wagner Papers, 1946-1985; Smith, R. Blair, oral history interview, 1980; and Paul Armer oral history interview, April 16, 1973. At the Los Alamos National Laboratory Archives: Los Alamos National Laboratory Records, 1945-1978.

Access Points:

Subject/Topical:
Computers--1960-1970

Form/Genre :
Correspondence
Punch cards
Reports

The OCLC name authority file shows this as an acronym for the Society to Help Avoid Redundant Effort (in data processing], but in 1956, Paul Armer said "SHARE is a name and not a set of initials" (Armer, l 123).

CONTAINER LISTING

 

 

Box

Folder

 

 

 

Series 1, Correspondence, 1964-1970

 

 

Subseries 1, General and Administrative, 1964-1970

1

1

Advisors for Numerical Analysis Project, 1965-1966

 

2

Communications with authors (partial), 1966-1967

 

3

Contributed Program Library, l968

 

4

Customer contributed submittal standards and instructions, 1968

 

5

FMFP, DFMFP, FMCG, DFMCG, undated

 

6

Harwell Subroutine Library, 1966-1968 and undated

 

7

Correspondence, 1964-1968 and undated

 

8

Correspondence, 1965-1970

 

9

Correspondence, 1966-1968

 

10

Correspondence, 1966-1968 and undated

 

11

Correspondence, 1968-1970

 

12

PID (IBM), 1968

 

13

Possible Later Participation, 1966-1967

 

14

Program Report Summary Index, 1967

 

15

Rejects, 1966-1968

 

16

Sample Form Letters, 1966-1967 and undated

 

17

Scientific Subroutine Package (IBM System/360 Scientific Subroutine Package), 1966-1967

 

18

Scientific Subroutine Package, IBM Corporation, White Plains, Dr. L. Fulton, 1966-1968

 

19

Scientific Subroutine Package, IBM Corporation, White Plains, Dr. L. Fulton, 1966-1968

2

1

Scientific Subroutine Package, FORIT and FORIF, 1968

 

2

Scientific Subroutine Package, Dr. E. L. Batiste, IBM Scientific Center, Houston, Texas, 1966

 

3

SDA 3148 Correspondence, 1966

 

4

SHARE Library [computer program library], 1967

 

5

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1964-1966

 

6

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1964-1966

 

7

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1967

 

8

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1968

 

9

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1968

3

1

SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1970

 

2

SHARE Secretary, 1966-1969

 

3

SHARE Secretary, 1968

 

4

360 hardware correspondence and reports, 1965-1969

 

5

360 hardware correspondence and reports, 1965-1969

 

6

360 hardware correspondence and reports, 1965-1969

 

7

S/360 conversion program, 1966 and undated

 

 

Subseries 2, Member Organizations, 1964-1970

 

8

Application Material Laboratory, David Taylor Model Basin, Dr. Elizabeth Cuthill, 1966-1968

 

9

Argonne National Laboratory, Applied Mathematics Division, J. Cody, 1968-1970

 

10

Aero-Jet General Corporation, R. D. Glaux, Manager, 1966

 

11

Aerospace Corporation, Richard Sylvester, 1966-1967

 

12

Auburn University, Edward Walker, 1966-1968

 

13

University of California, SHARE Librarian, Computer Center, 1966-1968

4

1

Bell Helicopter Company, Jimmy Jackson, 1966-1968

 

2

Del C.N.E.N., Giorgio Casade, 1966-1968

 

3

Bell Aerosystems, Richard Dworak, 1966-1967

 

4

Brookhaven National Laboratory, Applied Math Department, Upton, Mr. Kurt Fuchel, 1966-1967

 

5

The Bendix Corporation, Electrodynamics Division Digital Computing Group, 1967

 

6

United States Air Force, Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, St. Louis, Gene A. Betz and J. D. DeFine, Scientific Computer Branch, 1966-1968

 

7

C-E-I-R, Inc., Joseph A. Rini, 1966

 

8

General Dynamics/Convair, Al Farnell, 1966

 

9

University of Pennsylvania, 1966

 

10

Department of Highways, Ontario, R. Johnston, 1966-1967

 

11

Esso Research and Engineering Company, Richard B. Heitler, 1966

 

12

United States Air Force, Environmental Technical Applications Center, Navy Yard Annex Building, Captain Douglas R. Greene, 1966-1968

 

13

Ethyl Corporation, Baton Rouge, Louisianna, B. A. Sobel, 1967-1968

 

14

Euratom, Ispra, Italy, Ilio Galligani and Luciana Guerri, 1966- 1968

 

15

AVCO Everett Research Lab, Francis G. Fusco, 1966

 

16

Graduate Research Center of the Southwest, Carl M. Peters, Digital Computing Center, 1966

 

17

Heliodyne Corporation/Data Correlation Facility, I.E. Golts, 1966

 

18

Imperial Chemical Industries, Limited, J. A. Payne, 1966-1967

 

19

IBM Corporation, Rochester, Carroll W. Frenzel, 1966

 

20

Indiana University, Donald D. Fisher, 1966­-1967

 

21

IBM Corporation (Monterey), R. Scott McDuffie, 1966

 

22

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Charles L. Lawson, 1968

 

23

National Aeronautical Space Agency, Langley Research Center, John Shoosmith, 1966-1968

 

24

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lab for Nuclear Science, Elizabeth J. Campbell, 1966

 

25

NASA-Lewis Research Center, L. Richard Turner, 1966; 1969

 

26

Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc., J. L. Walker, 1966

 

27

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967;1969

 

28

University of Missouri, Roy F. Kolle, 1966­-1967

 

29

Lockheed Missiles & Space, 1966; 1968

 

30

McMaster University, 1966-1967

5

1

Mobil Oil Corporation, Computer-Communications Department, John A. Shilling, 1967-1968

 

2

North American Aviation, Inc., Downey, California, Gary Stone, 1966-1967

 

3

Technical University of Denmark, Northern Europe University Computing Center, Hans Jorgen Helms, Mr. Krusentstjerne Haffstrom, 1967

 

4

The Service Bureau Corporation, 1966-1967

 

5

New York University, 1966

 

6

Union Carbide Corporation, Nuclear Division, Robert E. Funderlic, 1966-1968

 

7

IBM, Institut de Calcul Scientifique Compagnie (Paris), Evrard, 1967

 

8

IBM Research Center, Yorktown Heights, Joseph L. Ercolano, Paul G. Loewner, 1966-1968

 

9

Phillips Petroleum, Idaho Falls, Neldon H. Marshall, 1966

 

10

Research Analysis Corporation, W. Charles Mylander, 1966; 1968

 

11

The Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, John Derr, 1966-1967

 

12

TRW Systems, Oliver K. Smith, 1966-1969

 

13

The Service Bureau Corporation, C. R. Fillerup, 1966-1968

 

14

NASA Mannes Spacecraft Center, Seabrook, Texas, C. Forrest Malone, 1966; 1969

 

15

Stevens Institute of Technology, Robert G. Kayel, 1967-1968

 

16

Southern Illinois University, E. R. Ashworth, 1966

 

17

Stanford University, Gio Wiederhold, 1966; 1968

 

18

Texas A & M University, Robert L. Smith, Jr., 1966-­1967

 

19

Texaco, Inc. (Houston), Edward D. McDonald, 1966-1967

 

20

Common Research Computer Facility, Lynn C. Hayward, 1966; 1968

 

21

IBM (Toronto), 1966

 

22

University of Toronto, W. Kahan, 1964-1967

 

23

University of North Dakota, Computer Center, Con Dietz, 1969

 

24

Indiana University, 1966

 

25

University of Tennessee, I. F. Burns, 1966­-1967

 

26

University of Chicago, C. C. J. Roothaan, Hirondo Kuki, 1969

 

27

University of Maryland, Richard H. Austing, 1966

 

28

State University of New York, David A. Levine, 1966

 

29

Vereinigte Flugtechnische Werke, Werner Niemz, 1966- 1967

 

30

Xerox Corporation, Rochester, Lawrence M. Marks, 1966

 

 

Series 2, Share General Program Library, 1968-1969

 

 

Subseries 1, Abstracts, 1964-1967

6

1

3091-3164, 1964

 

2

3001-3090, 1964

 

3

3165-3237, 1964

 

4

3238-3325, 1964

 

5

3326-3338, 1965

7

1

3384-3424, 1964

 

2

3233, 3271, 3425-3476, 1965-1966

 

3

3477-3554, 1967

 

 

Subseries 2, Library Reports, 1964 and undated

8

1

3001-3013, 1964

 

2

3014-3028, undated

 

3

3031-3038, 1964

 

4

3041-3046, [1963?]

 

5

3047-3059, 1964

 

6

3060-3079, 1964

9

1

3080-3084, 1964

 

2

3085, (pp. 1-156), 1964

 

3

3085 (pp. 157-307), 1964

 

4

3085 (pp. 308-503), 1964

 

5

3086-3098, 1964

 

6

3102-3129, 1964

 

7

3130-3134, 1964

10

1

3135-3137, 1964

 

2

3139-3144, 1964

 

3

3145-3149, 1964

 

4

3150-3169, 1964

 

5

3170-3182, 1964

 

6

3183-3194, 1964

11

1

3195-3199, 1964

 

2

3200-3237, 1964

 

3

3358, 1964

 

4

3384-3393, 1964

 

5

3394-3396, 1964

 

6

Contributed Program Library, 1967

 

7

Subseries 3, Punch Cards, 1968-1969

 

 

Series 3, Numerical Analysis Project, Program Evaluation Committee, 1964-1970

 

 

Subseries 1, Administrative, 1964-1968

12

1

Evaluation Guidelines, 1964-1969

 

2

Reviews, Pending or Rejected, 1966-1968

 

3

Reviews, Pending or Rejected, 1966-1968

 

4

Reviews, Received but not Submitted, 1968

 

5

Transfer of chairmanship, 1968

 

6

Transfer of co-chairmanship, 1968

 

 

Subseries 2, Reviews, 1965-1970

 

7

Reviews, 1965 June
SDA 3006, 3010, 3011, 3014, 3016, 3024, 3044, 3089

 

8

Reviews, 1965 July
SDA 3078, 3083, 3086, 3142, 3146, 3015, 3052

 

9

Reviews, 1966 April
SDA 3006, 3053, 3099, 3100, 3156, 3157, 3158, 3159, 3100, 3102

 

10

Reviews, 1966 September
SHARE Secretary Distribution 3167, 3170, 3218, 3138, 3141, 3180, 3181, 3316, 3317, 3203, 3204; 156, U-54

 

11

Reviews, 1966 November
SHARE Secretary Distribution
3228, 3337, 3053, 3096, 3098.01, 3202.01

13

1

Reviews, 1966 December
SDA 3075, 3153.01, 3154, 3155.01,
3312, 3309, 3099, 3079, 3026, EXPT, SKI, 3177.01, 3178, 3018, 3019, 3180, 3181, 3194, 3239, 3353
SHARE Secretary Distribution 159, U-60

 

2

Reviews, 1967 January
SDA 3018, 3019, 3202.01, 3203, 3204, 3332;
SHARE Secretary Distribution 161, U-62

 

3

Reviews, 1967 February
SDA 3202.01, 3096, RK1, RK2, RK3, MINV;
SHARE Secretary Distribution 162, U-63

 

4

Reviews, 1967 March
SDA 3333, 3363, 33721 3205, 3385, SIMQ, EIGEN, CELI1, CELI2

 

5

Reviews, 1967 April
SDA 3099, 3219, 3318, 3385, MINV; Share Secretary Distribution 164, U-67

 

6

Reviews, 1967 May
SDA 3016, SSP/MINV, EIGN, SIMQ; SSD 165, U-70

 

7

Reviews, 1967 August; 1967 September
SDA 3018, SSD 170; SDA 34411
SHARE Secretary Distribution 1711 170, 171, U-72, U-73

 

8

Reviews, 1967 December
SDA 3414
SHARE Secretary Distribution 174, U-80

 

9

Reviews, 1968 January
SSP RTH-11NRTNI; RTMXIDRTMX#4
IJTWI/DRTWI; SDA 3432
SHARE Secretary Distribution 176; 481

 

10

Reviews, 1968 January
SDA 3115

 

11

Reviews, 1968 February
SDA 3372, 3451, 3432, 3453

 

 

Reviews, 1968 April
SDA 3489
SHARE Secretary Distribution 179, U-86, U-87

 

 

Reviews, 1968 June
SDA 3219, 3099, i441, 3202.01; SSP; EIGEN;
SHARE Secretary Distribution 18.2, U-88

 

 

Reviews, 1968 July
CELI, DCELI

 

 

Reviews, 1968 October
SDA 3289 (CIC), SSPCS, QATR, DQATR (AN)

 

 

Reviews, 1970 August
SSP/EXAI; SKI; Quadrature Pkg.

 

 

Subseries 3, Meeting Notes, 1968-1969

14

1

SHARE XXX [Session report], 1968

 

2

Numerical Analysis Project Meeting, Chicago, 1968 June 12

 

3

Numerical Analysis Project, Atlantic City, 1968 October 28 1968 November 1 (Guide 27/SHARE XXXI]

 

4

Numerical Analysis Project , Los Angeles, 1969 March 3-7 [SHARE XXXII]

 

5

[SHARE XXXII minutes], 1969

 

 

Subseries 4, Program Reviewing in the SHARE Numerical Analysis Project, 1968

 

6

1968 February 10, annotated J. S. Crowell

 

7

1968 February 10, annotated by R. E. Funderlic

 

8

1968 February 10, computer printout

 

9

1968 February 10, published

 

10

1968 October 4, annotated by J. S. Crowell

 

11

1968 October 4, published

 

 

Series 4, Research Papers, 1968-1969, undated

 

12

Nancy W. Clark and W. J. Cody. “Self-contained exponentiation,” undated

 

13

W. J. Cody. “Performance testing of subroutines,” 1969.

 

14

D. S. Dodson, P. A. Miller, W. C. Nylin, J. R. Rice. “An evaluation of five polynomial zero finders.” Purdue University, Computer Sciences Department, Division of Mathematical Sciences, 1968 June.

 

15

Hirondo Kuki and W. J. Cody. “General aspects of program certification for numerical subroutines,” 1969.

 

 

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