- Harry D. Huskey:
**From the president of ACM.**1

- Harry D. Huskey, W. H. Wattenburg:
**A basic compiler for arithmetic expressions.**3-9

- A. A. Grau:
**Recursive processes and ALGOL translation.**10-15

- H. Bottenbruch:
**Use of magnetic tape for data storage in the ORACLE-ALGOL translator.**15-19

- Donald E. Englund, Ellen R. Clark:
**The CLIP translator.**19-22

- Thomas E. Cheatham Jr., G. O. Collins Jr., Gene F. Leonard:
**CL-I, an environment for a compiler.**23-28

- Bruce W. Arden, Bernard A. Galler, Robert M. Graham:
**The internal organization of the MAD translator.**28-31

- Mark B. Wells:
**MADCAP: a scientific compiler for a displayed formula textbook language.**31-36

- Arthur Evans Jr., Alan J. Perlis, H. Van Zoeren:
**The use of threaded lists in constructing a combined ALGOL and machine-like assembly processor.**36-41

- Robert W. Floyd:
**An algorithm for coding efficient arithmetic operations.**42-51

- Edgar T. Irons: A Syntax Directed Compiler for ALGOL 60. 51-55
- Peter Zilahy Ingerman:
**Thunks: a way of compiling procedure statements with some comments on procedure declarations.**55-58

- Peter Zilahy Ingerman:
**Dynamic declarations.**59-60

- Kirk Sattley:
**Allocation of storage for arrays in ALGOL 60.**60-65

- Edgar T. Irons, Wallace Feurzeig:
**Comments on the implementation of recursive procedures and blocks in ALGOL 60.**65-69

- Harry D. Huskey, W. H. Wattenburg:
**Compiling techniques for Boolean expressions and conditional statements in ALGOL 60.**70-75

- R. A. Sibley:
**The SLANG system.**75-84

- Mandalay Grems:
**A card format for reference files in information processing.**90-98

- Philip Rabinowitz:
**Multiple-precision division.**98

- Kenneth W. Ellenberger:
**"On programming the numerical solution of polynomial equations".**98

- B. L. Ryle:
**Multiple programming data processing.**99-101

- John W. Carr III, James W. Hanson:
**Two subroutines for symbol manipulation with an algebraic compiler.**102-103

- M. R. Nekora:
**Comment on a paper on parallel processing.**103

- Richard B. Smith:
**The BKS system for the Philco-2000.**104

- Robert M. Collinge:
**Algorithm 31: Gamma functions.**105

- S. Peavy:
**Remark on Algorithm 20: Real exponential integral.**105

- James Vandergraft:
**Certification of Algorithm 3: Solution of polynomial equations by Bairstow Hitchcock method.**105

- P. J. Rader, Henry C. Thacher Jr.:
**Certification of Algorithm 13: Complex exponential integral.**105

- R. Don Freeman Jr.:
**Algorithm 32: MULTINT.**106

- M. F. Lipp:
**Algorithm 34: Gamma function.**106

- Tom Caldwell:
**On finding minimum routes in a network with turn penalties.**107-108

- Norman Bush:
**Statistical programs at the University of North Carolina.**108-113

- Ned Chapin:
**Symbolic analysis methods for information systems.**114

- B. A. Batchelder:
**ADAM (Attrition Damage Assessment Model.**114

- Allen Kent:
**Mathematical model for a documentation system.**114

- C. A. Piper:
**Letters to the editor: round-off.**13

- Harry D. Huskey:
**From the President of ACM.**136

- Aiko M. Hormann:
**Computer languages for heuristic processes.**138

- W. B. Dobrusky, Thomas B. Steel Jr.:
**Universal computer-oriented language.**138

- Roy Goldfinger:
**Problem-oriented programming language structure.**138

- Syndey P. Levine:
**Logical structure of compilers.**139

- John A. Swets:
**Sound learning: an application of a computer to automated teaching.**139

- B. A. Batchelder:
**CAIN - a bombing mission planning tool.**139-140

- Harvey Bratman:
**Automatic coding.**140

- Robert F. Simmons:
**Synthex.**140

- Charles E. Clark:
**Monte Carlo.**141

- Harvey Bratman:
**A alternate form of the "UNCOL diagram".**142

- Christopher Strachey:
**Bitwise operations.**146

- Douglas T. Ross:
**A generalized technique for symbol manipulation and numerical calculation.**147-150

- T. C. Wood:
**Algorithm 35: Sieve.**151

- K. A. Brons:
**Algorithm 37: telescope 1.**151

- K. A. Brons:
**Algorithm 38: telescope 2.**151-152

- A. J. Gianni:
**Algorithm 36: tchebycheff.**151

- Burt M. Leavenworth:
**Algorithm 40: critical path scheduling.**152-153

- Papken Sassouni:
**Algorithm 39: correlation coefficients with matrix multipliation.**152

- James Hardy Wilkinson:
**Remarks on algorithms 2 and 3.**153

- Patty Jane Rader:
**Certification of algorithm 4: bisection routine.**153

- Henry C. Thacher Jr.:
**Remark on algorithm 16: CROUT with pivoting.**154

- Robert M. Collinge:
**Remark on algorithm 25: real zeros of an arbitrary function.**154

- Harry D. Huskey:
**From the President of ACM.**165

**Editor's note.**166

- Daniel J. Lasser:
**Topological ordering of a list of randomly-numbered elements of a network.**167-168

- Oliver K. Smith:
**Eigenvalues of a symmetric 3 × 3 matrix.**168

- R. E. Nather:
**On the compilation of subscripted variables.**169-171

- Marion C. Gray:
**Bessel functions of integral order and complex argument.**169

- E. Karst:
**An approximating transcendental numbers by continued fractions.**171

- Philip M. Sherman:
**Table look-at techniques.**172-173

- Gerald M. Weinberg:
**Programmed error correction on a decimal computer.**174

- Henry C. Thacher Jr.:
**Algorithm 43: CROUT with pivoting II.**176-177

- T. C. Wood:
**Algorithm 42: invert.**176

- Josef G. Solomon:
**Algorithms 41: Evaluation of determinant.**176

- Maria E. Wojcicki:
**Algorithm 44: Bessel Functions computed recursively.**177-178

- Peter Zilahy Ingerman:
**Algorithm 45: interest.**178

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 47: associated Legendre functions of the first kind for real or imaginary arguments.**178-179

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 46: exponential of a complex number.**178

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 50: Inverse of a finite segment of the Hilbert matrix.**179

- John R. Herndon:
**ACM Algorithm 49: Spherical Neumann Function.**179

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 48: logarithm of a complex number.**179

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 51: adjust inverse of a matrix when an element is perturbed.**180

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 52: a set of test matrices.**180

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 56: complete elliptic integral of the second kind.**180-181

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 55: complete elliptic integral of the first kind.**180

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 54: Gamma function for range 1 to 2.**180

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 53: Nth roots of a complex number.**180

- John R. Herndon:
**Certification of algorithm 3: solution of polynomial equation by Barstow-Hitchcock.**181

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 57: BER or BEI function.**181

- W. Börsch-Supan:
**Remark: on frequently occurring errors in Algol-60 programs.**181

- John R. Herndon:
**Certification of algorithm 13: Legendre polynomial.**181

- Henry C. Thacher Jr.:
**Certification of algorithm 43: CROUT II.**182

- H. McGregor Ross:
**Further survey of punched card codes.**182-183

- William J. Alexander:
**Certification of algorithm 20: real exponential integral.**182

- H. E. Kulsrud:
**A practical technique for the determination of the optimum relaxation factor of the successive over-relaxation method.**184-187

- Richard Bellman, Mario L. Juncosa, Robert Kalaba:
**Some numerical experiments using Newton's method for nonlinear parabolic and elliptic boundary-value problems.**187-191

- Morton Nadler:
**Division and square root in the quarter-imaginary number system.**192-193

- Sydney C. Rome:
**Laviathan studies.**194

- R. A. Brouse:
**Advanced computers.**194

- Thomas N. Hibbard:
**Theory of programmed processes.**195

- Lauren B. Doyle:
**Information retrieval.**195

- Seymour Ginsburg:
**Theory of abstract machines.**195

- Harry D. Huskey:
**From the President of ACM.**205

- Kirk Sattley:
**Letters to the editor: corrections to Sattley paper in January communications.**211

- Robert W. Bemer, H. J. Smith Jr., Francis A. Williams:
**Design of an improved transmission/data processing code.**212-217

- L. R. Johnson:
**An indirect chaining method for addressing on secondary keys.**218-222

- Richard Bellman:
**Successive approximations and computer storage problems in ordinary differential equations.**222-223

- Frank B. Baker:
**A method for evaluating the area of the normal function.**224

- H. P. Edmundson, R. E. Wyllys:
**Automatic abstracting and indexing - survey and recommendations.**226-234

- Douglas T. Ross:
**Computer-aided design.**235

- Edward M. Bennett, Rollin P. Mayer, Philip R. Bagley:
**Man-machine communication via simplified English.**235-236

- Donald Cohen:
**Algorithm 58: matrix inversion.**236

- Fred M. Tonge:
**Targeteer.**236

- Erwin H. Bareiss, Mary Anne Fisherkeller:
**Algorithm 59: zeros of a real polynomial by resultant procedure.**236

- Russell W. Ranshaw:
**Certification of algorithm 23: MATHSORT.**238

- William J. Alexander:
**Certification of algorithm 30: numerical solution of the polynomial equation.**238

- George H. Mealy:
**Letters to the editor: Boolean rings.**250

- Martin Hershkowitz:
**Letters to the editor: negative binomial probability distribution tables.**252

- Mario L. Juncosa:
**Letters to the editor: concerning Ferguson's paper on Fibonaccian searching.**252

- Gerald M. Weinberg:
**Letters to the editor: ALGOL: pleasure through pain.**252

- Thomas B. Steel Jr.:
**SHARE committee.**252

- Gilbert A. Bachelor:
**Letters to the editor: on Grau's recursive processes and on compiling expressions in ALGOL.**252-253

- George E. Reynolds:
**Letters to the editor: a program rack.**253

- Harry D. Huskey:
**Letter from the president of ACM.**254

- Friedrich L. Bauer:
**Algorithm 60: Romberg integration.**255

- Nelson M. Blachman:
**The state of digital computer technology in Europe.**256

- George F. Ryckman:
**Operational compatability of systems - conventions.**266-267

- Donald E. Knuth, Jack N. Merner:
**ALGOL 60 confidential.**268-272

- H. N. Cantrell, J. King, F. E. H. King:
**Logic-structure tables.**272-275

- J. F. Traub:
**On a class of iteration formulas and some historical notes.**276-278

- C. M. Fischer:
**Combat vehicle firing stability (active suspension).**279-283

- Brian H. Mayoh:
**Letter to the editor: Irons' procedure DIAGRAM.**284

- Richard Bellman:
**On the approximation of curves by line segments using dynamic programming.**284

- Bruce W. Arden, Bernard A. Galler, Robert M. Graham:
**Letter to the editor: criticisms of ALGOL 60.**309

- Bruce W. Arden, Bernard A. Galler, Robert M. Graham:
**An algorithm for equivalence declarations.**310-314

- William K. Clarkson, Benjamin M. Prince:
**Divisionless method of integer conversion.**315-316

- J. N. Bramhall:
**An iterative method for inversion of power series.**317-318

- Allan Gibb:
**Algorithm 61: procedures for range arithmetic.**319-320

- John R. Herndon:
**Algorithm 62: a set of associative Legendre polynomials of the second kind.**320-321

- C. A. R. Hoare:
**Algorithm 63: partition.**321

- C. A. R. Hoare:
**Algorithm 65: find.**321-322

- C. A. R. Hoare:
**Algorithm 64: Quicksort.**321

- John Caffrey:
**Algorithm 66: Invrs.**322

- John Caffrey:
**Algorithm 67: CRAM.**322

- C. W. Nestor Jr.:
**Remark on algorithm 53: Nth roots of a complex number.**322

- M. A. Geisler, W. A. Steger:
**Manned simulation research in complex control systems.**323

- Mandalay Grems:
**Glossaries for computing and data processing.**323-324

- Manfred Kochen:
**An experimental computer program for hypothesis selection.**323

- Eugene Wong:
**A class of search-models for machine retrieval.**324

- Lionello Lombardi:
**Theory of files.**324

- Saul Gorn:
**Some basic terminology connected with mechanical languages and their processors: a tentative base terminology presented to ASA x3.4 as a proposal for subsequent inclusion in a glossary.**336-339

- H. Gordon Rice:
**Algorithm 68: augmentation.**339

- H. E. Gilbert:
**Certification of algorithm 52: a set of test matrices.**339

- Thomas N. Mackinson:
**COBOL: a sample problem.**340-346

- Samuel W. Reynolds:
**A generalized polyphase merge algorithm.**347-349

- Heidi G. Kuehn:
**A 48-bit pseudo-random generator.**350-352

- Curt F. Marcus:
**A note on fitting great circles by least squares.**353

- Albert G. Cox, H. A. Luther:
**A note on multiple precision arithmetic.**353

- W. W. Clendenin:
**Notes on the constructions of rational approximations for the eerror function and for similar functions.**354

- Lloyd D. Turner, David M. Dahm, Warren Taylor, Richard E. Waychoff:
**Letters to the editor: ALGOL 60 reply.**365

- Mandalay Grems, Thomas G. Sanborn:
**Letters to the editor: standards conventions.**365-366

- C. M. Sidlo:
**The making of a profession.**366-367

- Herbert R. Koller:
**Letters to the editor: computers becoming class conscious?**367

- Harry D. Huskey:
**Letters from the President of ACM.**368

- C. E. Miller:
**Workshops in mathematical programming.**370-371

- Morris Richstone:
**The applied mathematics laboratory of the David W. Taylor Model Basin.**372-375

- Michael A. Arbib:
**Letters to the editor: self-reproducing automata.**379

- R. E. Wyllys:
**Letters to the editor: research reports published.**379

- William B. Kehl, John F. Horty, Charles R. T. Bacon, David S. Mitchell:
**An information retrieval language for legal studies.**380-389

- Joyce Hoffman, Ascher Opler:
**Use of MOBL in preparing retrieval programs.**389-391

- Brian H. Mayoh:
**Algorithm 69: Chain tracing.**392

- Neal L. Alexander:
**Certification of algorithm 40: critical path scheduling.**392

- Warren Taylor, Lloyd D. Turner, Richard E. Waychoff:
**A syntactical chart of ALGOL 60.**393

- Norman Shapiro, Herman Vreenegoor:
**The generalized important event technique.**394-395

- Arnold R. M. Rom:
**Manipulation of algebraic expressions.**396-398

- Leonard Tornheim:
**Inversion of a complex matrix.**398

- G. K. Hutchinson:
**Optimum tape-writing procedures.**399-401

- Robert S. Barton:
**Functional design of computers.**405

- Andrew Vazsonyi:
**An on-line management system using English language.**405

- Richard Laing:
**Nerve-net simulations.**405

- Judith Levenson, Frank Helwig:
**The META compiler.**405

- Richard Laing:
**Automata theory.**406

- M. Ross Quillian:
**Simulation of human understanding of language.**406

- Harry D. Huskey:
**Letter from the president.**415

- Robert W. O'Neill:
**A preplanned approach to a storage allocating compiler.**417

- Burnett H. Sams:
**The case for dynamic storage allocation.**417-418

- A. E. Roberts Jr.:
**A general formalation of storage allocation.**419-420

- R. J. Maher:
**Problems of storage allocation in a multiprocessor multiprogrammed system.**421-422

- Anatol W. Holt:
**Program organization and record keeping for dynamic storage allocation.**422-431

- Burnett H. Sams:
**Dynamic storage allocation for an information retrieval system.**431-435

- John Fotheringham:
**Dynamic storage allocation in the Atlas computer, including an automatic use of a backing store.**435-436

- George O. Collins Jr.:
**Experience in automatic storage allocation.**436-440

- J. Jensen, P. Mondrup, Peter Naur:
**A storage allocation scheme for ALGOL 60.**441-445

- William P. Heising, Ray A. Larner:
**A semi-automatic storage allocation system at loading time.**446-449

- J. E. Kelley Jr.:
**Techniques for storage allocation algorithms.**449-454

- Bernard N. Riskin:
**Core allocation based on probability.**454-459

- Leo J. Cohen:
**Stochastic evaluation of a static storage allocation.**460-464

- Melvin E. Conway:
**Letters to the editor: ALGOL 60 comment.**465

- Martin Hershkowitz:
**Letters to the editor: a goodness of fit test.**465

- Isaac L. Auerbach:
**The international impact of computers.**466

- Harry D. Huskey:
**Letter from the president of ACM.**476

- Christopher Strachey, Maurice V. Wilkes:
**Some proposals for improving the efficiency of ALGOL 60.**488-491

- Stephen M. Robinson:
**Fitting spheres by the method of least squares.**491

- Michael P. Barnett:
**Low-level language subroutines for use within Fortran.**492-495

- C. L. Moore, M. L. Ruwe:
**MAP.**496

- Donald P. Moore:
**Library loading with alternate routine selection.**496

- R. R. Coveyou, J. G. Sullivan:
**Algorithm 71: permutation.**497

- Charles J. Mifsud:
**Alogithm 70: interpolation by Aitken.**497

- Donald P. Moore:
**Tape splitting.**497

- L. Hellerman, S. Ogden:
**Algorithm 72: composition generator.**498

- L. M. Breed:
**Certification of algorithm 68: augmentation.**498

- Anthony W. Knapp:
**Certification of algorithm 42: invert.**498

- G. H. Dubay:
**Remark on algorithm 52: a set of test matrices.**498

- G. A. Bachelor, J. R. H. Dempster, Donald E. Knuth, Joseph Speroni:
**SMALGOL-61.**499-502

- Edsger W. Dijkstra:
**Letter to the editor: defense of ALGOL 60.**502-503

- M. A. Chapple:
**Letters to the editor: inversion of power series.**503

- Dominique Foata:
**On a program for Ray-Chaudhuri's algorithm for a minimum cover of an abstract complex.**504-506

- James Dow:
**Programming a duplex computer system.**507-513

- Mary Archambault:
**Ballistic cam design.**513-515

- R. C. Nickerson:
**An engineering application of logic-structure tables.**516-520

- Harry D. Huskey:
**Letter from the president of ACM.**530

- Saul Gorn:
**Specification languages for mechanical languages and their processors a baker's dozen: a set of examples presented to ASA x3.4 subcommittee.**532-542

- L. Wheaton Smith:
**What is proprietary in mathematical programming? - impressions of a panel discussion.**542

- David K. Jefferson:
**Algorithm 73: incompleter elliptic integrals.**543

- D. B. MacMillan:
**Remark on algorithm 28: least-squares fit by orthogonal polynomials.**544

- John R. Herndon:
**Remark on algorithm 62: a set of associate Legendre polynomials of the second kind.**544

- J. G. Wilson:
**Notes on geometric weighted check digit verfication.**551-552

- J. A. Lechner:
**Machine calculation of moments of a probability distribution.**553-554

- J. Verhoeff, William Goffman, Jack Belzer:
**Inefficiency of the use of Boolean functions for information retrieval systems.**557-558

- David Garfinkel, Joseph D. Rutledge, Joseph J. Higgins:
**Simulation and analysis of biochemical systems: I. representation of chemical kinetics.**559-562

- Donald Robbins:
**Computer production of peek-a-boo sheets.**562-565

- Edward A. Feigenbaum:
**Soviet cybernetics and computer sciences, 1960.**566-579