
BOX 1 Caltech C3P and Physics 
Total Pages 
1 
C3P Bulletin Jan. 1987 
27 
2 
Complex Systems References 
284 
3 
Exotics Production Models 
25 
4 
Fox Group Theory 1970 
291 
5 
General Smatrix Methods for Calculation of Pertubations on the Strong Interactions 
373 
6 
Interface Software 1970 
58 
7 
Mandelstam Iteration 1970 
127 
8 
Misc. Exotic Papers 
176 
9 
Regge Cuts Quigg 
191 
10 
Sample of Interface Notes 
60 
11 
SAR Aloisio 
143 
12 
Seitz C Programming 
84 

NOTE: One folder NOT scanned and NOT LISTED on this sheet 


"Computer Algegra Polynomial Factorization 1980" 





BOX 02 Calteach and Syracuse University Large Documents 

1 
DualUse Technologies and Applications Conference May 2427,1993 
400 
2 
DualUse Technologies and Applications Conference June 36, 1996 
355 
3 
DualUse Technologies and Applications Conference Volume I May 2326,1994 
659 
4 
DualUse Technologies and Applications Conference Volume II May 2326,1994 
590 
5 
Encylopedia of Computer Science and Technology 36 
393 
6 
Fosdick 1993 Notes on Numerical Analysis 
362 
7 
HYPERCUBE Research Project  First Project Integration Meeting June 10,1985 
271 
8 
MPI Planning 
239 
9 
PSCSuper Comp. 1994 Tutorials 
817 
10 
SMP  A Symbolic Manipulation Program V1 July 1981 
511 
11 
SMP Summary 
72 
12 
Standards for Message Passing in a Distributed Memory Environment  First CRPC Workshop Apr 29,1992 
344 
13 
Super Comp. 93 Tutor. F2,F8,M1,M2,M4,M9,M10,M12 
1038 
14 
Super Computing 1993 Tutorials  F1 Multithreaded Architectures 
96 




BOX 03 Cambridge 1961  1964 Notes and Exam Practice 

1 
Cambridge Advanced Physics Quizzes 
126 
2 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ Part 2 196263 Quantum Mechanics Notes 
320 
3 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ Part 2 196263 Quantum Mechanics Q and A 
26 
4 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ Q and A Oddments 
105 
5 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ 19541957Q and A 
359 
6 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ 19561960 (up to 1962) Part 2 
366 
7 
Cambridge Math Tripos~ 19611962Exam Answers Questions Elsewhere 
201 
8 
Cambridge Statistical Physics Exam Questions (Part 3) 
2 
9 
Course Notes Atomic Physics and Quantum Theory I 
62 
10 
Course Notes Classical Dynamics 
112 
11 
Course Notes Fluid Dynamics 
60 
12 
Course Notes General Relativity 
81 
13 
Course Notes Quantum II 
92 
14 
Course Notes Solid State Physics 
95 
15 
Course Notes Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 
128 
16 
Notes~ Bargmann Group Theory and Lorentz Invariance 
156 
17 
Written Candidacy Exam Planning~ Caltech 1979 
14 




Box 04 Caltech C3P or HM 57  99 

1 
C3P 869Hypercube Simulation of Electric Fish Potentials 
10 
2 
C3P74C NNCP Programmer's Manual 
203 
3 
HM 57 JPL D1507  Evaluation of Two Algorithms for Concurrent Solution of Coupled Linear Differential Equations with Initial Values 
51 
4 
HM 58 JPL D1506 Matrix Multiplication and Inversion on a Concurrent Processing Array Erratum 
71 
5 
HM 59Internal  Letters to Barbara Stokes Dewey 
42 
6 
HM 60Grain Dynamics  B. Wemer 24 Jan. 84 
19 
7 
HM 61InternalProposal to NSF for Support of Studies of Sorting Phenomena in Granular Materials March 1984 
55 
8 
HM 62AUse of Concurrent Processors  Caltech Alumni Seminar Talk May 18 1984 
29 
9 
HM 62BCOMCON Talk Feb 28, 1986 
35 
10 
HM 63Experiments with VLSI Ensemble Machines Seitz 
21 
11 
HM 64Fast Concurrent Simulation using the Time Warp Mechanism, Part I  Local Control 
59 
12 
HM 65Pure Guage SU(3) Lattice Theory on an Array of Computers  Physical Review Letters June 25,1984 
5 
13 
HM 66Summary of Status of Concurrent Processor Algorithm Development 
11 
14 
HM 67SU(3) Heavy Quark Potential with High Statistics  American Physical Society 25 June 1984 
5 
15 
HM 70Caltech Concurrent Computation Project  List of Documented Examples 
8 
16 
HM 71Algorithms for Concurrent Processors  Physics Today May 84 
9 
17 
HM 71Nikkei Electronics 7185  Article in Japanese 
15 
18 
HM 72Engineering limits on Computer Performance  Physics Today May 84 
9 
19 
HM 73Comment on the Efficiency of Matrix Inversion Algorithms on a Concurrent Processing Array 
16 
20 
HM 74BNNCP Programmer's Manual 85 
391 
21 
HM 75Interoffice memo  Use of 64node Machine  May 8,1984 
4 
22 
HM 76On the Relation Between the Coulomb Gas and the Lattice XY model 
17 
23 
HM 77JPL D1565  The Application of an NxN Processing Array to Matrix Inversion by Iteration 
12 
24 
HM 78An Astrophysical NBody Simulation on the Hypercube 
12 
25 
HM 79AMonte Carlo Parallel Algorithm for Long Range Interactions 
13 
26 
HM 79BMonte Carlo Parallel Algorithm for Long Range Interactions 
25 
27 
HM 80Long Range Forces on NNCP 
15 
28 
HM 81A Concurrent Processing Approach to the Solution of Coupled First Order Differential Equations 
22 
29 
HM 82Cyclic Jacobi Method fpr the Eigenvalues of Symmetric Matrices 
12 
30 
HM 83The Cosmic Cube 
13 
31 
HM 84Concurrent VLSI Archetectures  1st Draft 
45 
32 
HM 85InternalProposal  Simulations of Compact Radio Sources 
98 
33 
HM 86A Statistical Physics Simulation on the Hypercube 
11 
34 
HM 87Memo  A General Program for the NNCP Intermediate Host  July 10,1984 
18 
35 
HM 88Grain Dynamics Simulations 
29 
36 
HM 89Finite Differential Solutions of the Acoustic Wave Equation on a Concurrent Processor 
13 
37 
HM 90Two Dimensional, OneFluid Hydrodynamics  An Astrophysical Test Problem for the NNCP 
80 
38 
HM 91Lattice Gauge Theories on a Hypercube Computer 
21 
39 
HM 92BSorting on a Hypercubic MIMD Comp 
25 
40 
HM 92Sorting on the NNCP 
6 
41 
HM 93BThe Traveling Salesman Problem on a Hypercubic MIMD Computer 
18 
42 
HM 93The Traveling Salesman Problem on a Hypercubic MIMD Computer 
6 
43 
HM 94ASimulation of AtomDiatom Collisions on Parallel Computer 
9 
44 
HM 94BAtomDiatom Cross Section Calculations on Concurrent Computers  Matrix Inversion 
25 
45 
HM 95Eigenvalues of Symmetric Tridiagonal Matrices 
9 
46 
HM 96EMachine Interface Interrupt Subsystem 
5 
47 
HM 96FMachine Interface System Services 
40 
48 
HM 96Machine Interface Entry Points 
34 
49 
HM 97Square Matrix Decompositions  Symmetric, Local, Scattered 
12 
50 
HM 98Householders Tridiagonalization Technique 
6 
51 
HM 99LU Decomposition for Banded Matrices 
13 




Box 05 Caltech Presentations IV 

1 
Talk 21Concurrent Computation and SupercomputingFox Color 
12 
2 
Talk 27The Caltech Concurrent Supercomputing Facilities  Messina 
15 
3 
Talk 30Applications Overview NSF Site Review July 6, 1988 
15 
4 
Talk 31 C3P 675  Some Applications of Neural Networks to Parallel Processing 
73 
5 
Talk 32Software Development Issued for Parallel Computing  COMPSAC Chicago Oct.6 1988 
19 
6 
Talk 34 State of the Hypercube 1989Color 
58 
7 
Talk 34Parallel Supercomputers for University HighPerformance Scientific Computation Education Training NSF 22 Sept. 1989 Color 
28 
8 
Talk 35OPtimization is the Heart of Parallel COmputing 
7 
9 
Talk 37 Some Neural Network Applications at Caltech Color 
20 
10 
Talk 39Campus Research for ESD and Related to ESD MissionColor 
28 
11 
Talk 40 C3P 794  Caltech Research ApproachColor 
17 
12 
Talk 41 Concurrency Practice and Experience  ColorNSF Sci Tech center 
9 
13 
Talk 42ColorConcurrent Computation at Caltech Campus  JPL 
4 
14 
Talk 44ColorPresentation to Dwight Huston 
3 

NOTE: One folder NOT listed here and NOT scanned, either! 


"Color: Early Syracuse Oddments" 





Box 06 Syracuse University NPAC Mainly CPS 615 713 

1 
CPS615  Partial Differential Equation Mod 1 
93 
2 
CPS713  Applications of Computational Science  Statistics for Physics 
230 
3 
ScienceVol. 256 17 April 1992 
61 
4 
Tech Report RNR94007 NAS Parallel Benchmarks 
68 

NOTE: Two (2) Notebooks NOT listed on this sheet; therefore, not scanned, either! 


"CPS713 Case Study I) CFD and Numerical Relativity Module D: NAS Parallel Benchmarks" 


"CPS 713 August  December 1994" 





BOX 7 Syracuse University NPAC 1998  1999 Note Books 

1 
98BG. Fox Notebook 
132 
2 
98CG. Fox Notebook 
129 
3 
98DG. Fox Notebook 
129 
4 
98EG. Fox Notebook 
129 
5 
98FG. Fox Notebook 
129 
6 
98GG. Fox Notebook 
129 
7 
98HG. Fox Notebook 
127 
8 
98IG. Fox Notebook 
128 
9 
98JG. Fox Notebook 
129 
10 
98KG. Fox Notebook 
127 
11 
98LG. Fox Notebook 
130 
12 
98MG. Fox Notebook 
128 
13 
98NG. Fox Notebook 
130 
14 
98OG. Fox Notebook 
130 
15 
98PG. Fox Notebook 
135 
16 
99AG. Fox Notebook 
130 
17 
99BG. Fox Notebook 
137 
18 
99CG. Fox Notebook 
133 
19 
99DG. Fox Notebook 
127 
20 
99EG. Fox Notebook 
129 
21 
99FG. Fox Notebook 
129 
22 
99GG. Fox Notebook 
131 
23 
99HG. Fox Notebook 
130 
24 
99IG. Fox Notebook 
131 
25 
99JG. Fox Notebook 
127 




BOX 08 Caltech Fox Minimization Notes 

1 
Lectures on Probability and Statistics 
153 
2 
Memo on Powell's Second Procedure (Zangwill) 
5 
3 
Minimization Chris Henley Caltech notes 
175 
4 
Minimization Constraints Non Local Search 
72 
5 
Minimization FFFWNPF 
102 
6 
Minimization FFFWNPF Program Documentation 
15 
7 
Minimization Fox Notes on Work by Henley 
71 
8 
Minimization Marquardt 
138 
9 
Minimization Master Summary 
10 
10 
Minimization Methods Without Derivatives 
144 
11 
Minimization Misc.Marquardt Notes 
40 
12 
Minimization Newton Like Methods Optime 
82 
13 
Minimization Optime Rumble Varmit 
180 
14 
Minimization Review Articles 
189 
15 
Minimization Review James 1972 
57 
16 
Minimization Variable Metric 
328 
17 
Minimization Varpro 
21 




BOX 09 Caltech Miscellaneous 

1 
C3P 428 
65 
2 
C3P 487 The Caltech Concurrent Computation Program Annual Report 19861987 
96 
3 
C3P 678 Introductory Material on Parallel Computers for a Course in Computational Science 
60 
4 
C3P 685 Report for 1988 on tbe Caltech Concurrent Computation Program 
198 
5 
C3P 7691989~The First Year of the Parallel Supercomputer 
39 
6 
C3P 913 Performance of Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithms for Unstructured Mesh Calculations 
25 
7 
C3P Abstracts 1188 to 123188 
132 
8 
C3P Concurrency References 
15 
9 
C3P Documents 1990 
84 
10 
C3P Messaging History A 'Packet History of Message Passing Systems 
18 
11 
C3P Politics Problems in C3P 
16 
12 
C3P Publications 2 Dimensional Plasma PIC Simulations of the Dissipation of Alfv'en Waves (Liewer) 
10 
13 
C3P Publications From computational science to InterneticsIntegration of science with computer science 
11 
14 
C3P Publications Newsletters, Technical Bullentins, ect 
596 
15 
C3P Publications Status and Prospects of the Computational Approach to HighEnergy Physics (Baillie) 
25 
16 
C3P Publications Strategies for Parallelizing a NavierStokes Code on the Intel Touchstone Machines (Williams) 
8 
17 
C3P Publications Studies of Electron Collisions with Polyatomic Molecules using Distributed ect. (Mckoy) 
34 
18 
C3P Publications ZipcodeA Portable Communication Layer for High Performance Multicomputing (Skjellum) 
77 
19 
C3P PublicationSome Computational Studies in Molecular Physics 
37 
20 
C3P Related Papers  Barnes 
118 
21 
C3P Related Papers A Quantum Monte Carlo Study 
121 
22 
C3P Reprint The Hypercube and the Caltech Concurrent Computation Program; A Microcosm of Parallel Computing 
39 
23 
C3P Special References 
13 
24 
CALTECH Book Plans 
4 
25 
Caltech Computational Science 
331 
26 
Caltech Technical Bulletin No. 6, Oct 1986 
113 
27 
CaltechJPL Annual Report 198384 Volume 2Applications 
433 
28 
Conference on Monte Carlo Methods and Future Computer Architectures 1983 
446 
29 
File References (April 1992) 
92 
30 
FSUCSIT Education 
57 
31 
HM 184 Lattice Gauge Theories on a Hypercube Computer 
10 
32 
Outside References 
108 
33 
Outside References (92490) 
55 
34 
References (April 1992) 
0 
35 
SCCS References (7192) 
61 
36 
Tensor Spherical Harmonics (Jon Mathews) 
49 
37 
C3P Publications 1992 
92 

NOTE: Folder #34 NOT SCANNED. 








BOX 10 Syracuse University CPS500 CPS 713 

1 
CPS 500 Computational Science on UNIX Workstations 
49 
2 
CPS 500 Fall 1993 
654 
3 
CPS 713 3 Case Studies February 1994 
55 
4 
CPS 713 Physics Application 
25 
5 
CPS 713 References 
189 
6 
CPS 713 Report 1~ SCCS 694 Case Studies on Parallelization of NASA's Weather Code 
45 
7 
CPS 713 Report 2~ A Design Overview of a Realtime Terrain Rendering Program 
17 
8 
CPS 713 Report 3~ Benchmarking on ORACLE 7.1.3 Parallel Server on the nCUBE2 
109 
9 
CPS 713 Spring 1993 
531 
10 
CPS 713 Statistics Notes 
125 
11 
CPS 713 V.1 
223 
12 
CPS 713 V.2 
253 




BOX 11 Calteach and early Syracuse University Talks 

1 
A Deterministic Annealing Approach to Clustering 
14 
2 
A Genetic Approach to Load Balancing Parallel Computations  Support Slides for Set D 
11 
3 
A Nonconvex Cost Optimization Approach to Tracking Multiple Targets by a Parallel Computational Network 
10 
4 
C3P 858  Challenges in High Performance Computing 
49 
5 
CAPRI slides  C1 C2 Ce 
32 
6 
CCO Talk Caltech 
15 
7 
Constrained MeanField Nets and General Quadratic Assignment Problem 
6 
8 
CRPC Symposium  VaSanth Balasundaram 
15 
9 
DECmpp 
3 
10 
Deterministic Annealing, clustering and optimization 
29 
11 
Discarded Slides Early NPAC 
54 
12 
Early NPAC foils 
74 
13 
FortranD 
6 
14 
MASPAR 1991 
49 
15 
Lecture  Parallel Applications  Some Experiences and Some Lessons  18 July 1991 
38 
16 
Miscellaneous Education Slides 
41 
17 
Miscellaneous Parallel Computing 
54 
18 
Neural Networks 
21 
19 
NPAC and Industry 
5 
20 
NPAC Strategy 
9 
21 
Oddments 
6 
22 
Oddments in Slide Holders 
13 
23 
Parallel Computing Software, Applications and their Lingage  Talk June 18 1991 
55 
24 
Parallel Supercomputers for University HighPerformance Scientific Computation  NSF presentation 22 Spetember 1989 
22 
25 
Physical Computation  Title Slide March 26 1991 
2 
26 
Rome Labratory Talk 
9 
27 
SC91 Portable Software for Parallel Computers  Presentation (Slides for lech removed) 
26 
28 
SCCS 04  Something to do with CRPC at Syracuse 
9 
29 
SCCS 07  Physical Computation and Software Systems 
29 
30 
SCCS 151  SyracuseRice DARPA Project 
97 
31 
Syracuse University JTF Center of Excellence February 1991 
5 
32 
Talk A Syracuse  Parallel Computing Software, Applications and their Linkage 
65 
33 
Talk D  Out of Order Slides 
42 
34 
Talk D Syracuse 
41 
35 
Talk I Oberlech Meeting July 15,1991 (Black and White) 
5 
36 
Talk I Oberlech Meeting July 15,1991 (Color) 
5 
37 
Talk Oberlech Meeting 15 July 1991 
10 
38 
Talk T1  Introduction to Parallel Processing 
65 
39 
Talk T7 
11 
40 
Undergraduate Research in Computational Science Talk 
7 
41 
What We Have Learnt About Parallel Scientific Computation  Toronto September 4 1991 
17 




Box 12 Caltech Computer Program Listings 

1 
CAHOOTS Program Listing 1974 
109 
2 
Clebsch Gordon Coefficients May 1970

66 
3 
Jet Plot Monte Carlo Program Listing and Output 1979 
55 
4 
Newpap1 Program Listing 1978 
231 
5 
Newpap2 Program Listing 1978 
360 




BOX 13 Miscellaneous Syracuse II 

1 
A New Era in Computation  DAEDALUS Winter 1992 
153 
2 
ACTION The Future of NPAC 
13 
3 
ACTIONNYS Advanced Computing Technology as an Innovative Oppertunity Now 
128 
4 
Appendix A.3  NPAC List of Software 
327 
5 
CRPC Tutorial 1994 
324 
6 
C3P 678 Computational Science Oct 1988 
51 
7 
Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathematic, and Model Physics 
120 
8 
DOC.B.B 5192 
198 
9 
ICASE LaRC Short course on parallel computing 
750 
10 
InfoMall  A Virtual Corporation for the Development of HPCC Software and Systems 
44 
11 
InfoMall  Economic Development for NY state 
99 
12 
InfoMall Proposal 1994 
84 
13 
Molecular Dynamics of the Primary Photochemical Event in Rhodopsin 
13 
14 
Northeast Parallel Archetecture Center 1973 
183 
15 
NPAC Overview Nov 1989 
31 
16 
NY Telephone Visit June 22 1992 and Brochures 
40 
17 
NY Times  Future of Big Computing 
3 
18 
Overview of NPAC 
60 
19 
PARRALLEL COMPUTING RESEARCH 
157 
20 
PCRC Runtime Library and HPF Compiler 
31 
21 
RCI (from Fox) 
77 
22 
SCCS 531Infomall 
37 
23 
SCCS 790 
45 
24 
Technology New York Report Vol 11 Num 7 Sept 1993 
17 
25 
The ACTION Program 
12 
26 
The NPACSCCS Technical Report Series 
165 
27 
Thinking Machine Corp Parallel Computers 
8 
28 
Your personal guide to the Info River Valley 
77 
29 
The Northeast Parallel Architectures Center 
3 

NOTE: Large orange folder in back of box with several folders inside that are not listed here 


and are not scanned 





BOX 14 Caltech Miscellaneous 

1 
19851987 Video Tapes 
5 
2 
A Concurrent Inplementation of the Prime Factor Algorithm on Hypercube 
109 
3 
A parallel path for speedy solutions  june 22, 1985 
2 
4 
Advances in Caltech's Cosmic Cube 
4 
5 
Annual Budget for FY 1985 Report of Research Accomplishments and future etc 
382 
6 
Annual Budget for FY 1987 Research Proposal Submitted to the Department etc 
393 
7 
Annual Budget for FY 1990 
438 
8 
Blocked LU Factorization on a Multiprocessor Computer 
13 
9 
California Tech Dec 9, 1983 
5 
10 
Callahan C3P Caltech Thesis 1989 Exchange Interactions in solid etc 
185 
11 
Caltech Student Prank 
2 
12 
Caltech, JPL Advancing Supercomputer As LowCost Tool in Aerospace Work 
6 
13 
CaltechParaSoft Tutorial in Parallel Programming at Supercomputing 89 
297 
14 
Characteristic Features of the Scattering of Elementary Particles Arising from their Spin and Electromagnetic Interaction 
165 
15 
Christian Science Monitor Nov 1925, 1983 
2 
16 
Computational Load Eval. for the RealTime compression of XSAR Raw Data 
12 
17 
Computational Physics 
42 
18 
Computer Engineering Handbook  Chapter 17 
44 
19 
Concurrent Dynamic Simulation Multicomputer Algorithms Research Applied etc 
248 
20 
Computers in Physics 1989  New Approaches in Parallel COmputing 
8 
21 
Electronic Design 121384  Making logic programs execute in parallel is today's AI challenge 
4 
22 
Electronics 102885 Parallel Processing Why a Shakeout Nears 
4 
23 
Electronics Week 10884  Caltech project scores points 
3 
24 
ELXSI 1985 Parallel Processing in a MessageBased Operating System 
12 
25 
Encyclopedia of Physical Sciences and Technology 
23 
26 
Engineering and Science March 1984 
37 
27 
ESD BMC3 Hypercube Applications FY 87 Final Report 
43 
28 
Executive Forum  New Directions in IndustryAcademic Cooperation 
2 
29 
Feynman Caltech Lecture Notes  Gravity I  Lectures on Gravitation 
123 
30 
Feynman Caltech Lecture Notes  Gravity II 
108 
31 
FFFWNPF 
14 
32 
Fox Lecture Notes PH129A Differential Equations 
239 
33 
Fox March 8 1984 Talk 
3 
34 
Fox papers 
105 
35 
Gordon Moore 1988 It Doesnt Get Any Easier 
26 
36 
Harnessing Computers Together 
13 
37 
How to Obtain High Performance for High Speed Processors  1983 
12 
38 
Hypercube architecture leads the way for commercial supercomputers in scientific applications 
4 
39 
IBM RISC system 6000 and Linear Algebra Operations 
36 
40 
ICASE Report No. 9399 
37 
41 
Implementing televirtuality 
32 
42 
Information Systems Week Dec 22, 1986  Parallel Processing Expected to Take Lead 
3 
43 
Los Angeles Times 1489 Editorial  It's Impressive 
2 
44 
Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 31 (1989) 
13 
45 
Memo  Events leading up to friday, Nov 13 memo 
37 
46 
Misc news 
8 
47 
Mjolsness  Bayesian Inference on Visual Grammars by Neural Nets that Optimize  1991 
59 
48 
New MCRG Calculation of the Critical Behavior of the 3D Ising Model  prelim results 
6 
49 
NSF announces 11 science and technology centers to be funded with up to etc 
7 
50 
NY Times 101884  A 'Scholarly' I.B.M Machine 
2 
51 
NY Times 102384  Who's Ahead 
4 
52 
Optimization lecture notes 30 Nov 1992 
50 
53 
Pasadena Weekly  The Cube that Thinks 
21 
54 
PH129 Numerical Analysis lecture notes 
101 
55 
PH129CPS615 lecture notes 
115 
56 
PH129 Lecture Notes 
286 
57 
PH129 Lecture Notes Part B 
150 
58 
Popular Computing May 85  Parallel Processing 
4 
59 
Press Release 101384  Caltech's Cosmic Cube performing mammoth calculations 
17 
60 
Report from the Workshop on IndustryUniversityGoverment Collaboration on Parallel Computing 
14 
61 
Science 1185  Beyond The OneTrack Mind 
10 
62 
Science Times 102384  The Race for Computer Supremecy 
3 
63 
SF Chronicle Jan 16, 1984  New Supercomputer 
2 
64 
Shell Oil letter March 23, 1987 
2 
65 
Star News  Caltech unveils a new Cube 
2 
66 
Statistics lecture notes 
20 
67 
Stone and Cocke  Computer Architecture in the 1990s 
11 
68 
Supercomputing NovDec 1988  Charles L Seitz on the Future of Parallel Computers 
3 

NOTE: 6 folders in box not listed and not scanned: 


"Computer" magazine March 1984 


"Physics Today" magazine May 1984 


"Forbes" magazine article October 1983  article "Faster, faster, faster" 


"Research & Development" magazine February 1984 


"Science" magazine August 1984 


"The Science of Computing" `Parallel computation' article from American Scientist July/Aug 1985 
