Taking books from the various piles on the floor and putting them
snuggly on their new shelves, I have encountered the other 50s UK
"Automatic Digital Calculators" by
Booth and Booth, Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1956
(2nd ed, 3rd reprinting)
While it only has four plates, it is *full* of circuit diagrams,
element descriptions, and much advanced maths :) in connection with
the fundamentals of the devices.
I am accumulating material for a marathon scanning session, as I
said in the previous post on this subject. It's a stack about 2
meters high right now.
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