Scope and Content


  • D1, (a) J.E. Lennard-Jones, M.V. Wilkes and J.B. Bratt, The Design of a Small Differential Analyser, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 35 (1939), (b) M.V. Wilkes and W. Renwick, An Ultrasonic Memory Unit for the EDSAC, reproduced from Electronic Engineering (1958);
  • D2, M.V. Wilkes, Programme Design for a HighSpeed Automatic Calculating Machine, reproduced from Journal of Scientific Instruments and of Physics in Industry 26 (1949);
  • D3, M.V. Wilkes, Progress in HighSpeed Calculating Machine Design, reproduced from Nature 164 (1949);
  • D4, (a) M.V. Wilkes, Electronic Calculating Machine Development in Cambridge, reproduced from Nature 164 (1949), (b) M.V. Wilkes, The Use of EDSAC for Mathematical Calculation, Applied Science Res. (1950);
  • D5, John Bennett, High-Speed Digital Calculating Machines, 2 part illustrated article in Distribution of Electricity (March/May 1950);
  • D6, (a) M.V. Wilkes, D.J. Wheeler, and S.Gill, The Preparation of Programs for an Electronic Digital Computer (Cambridge, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1951). Tom Kilburn's copy. There is also a supplement, (b) M.V. Wilkes, Automatic Calculating Machines, Journal of Royal Society of Arts 100 (1951);
  • D7, Introduction to Programming for an Automatic Digital Calculating Machine and Users' Guide to the EDSAC, (1954). Issued as a supplement by the Mathematical Laboratory to Wilkes, Wheeler and Gill (above). 2 copies.
  • D8, Programming for EDSAC 2, 2nd edition (1959). 2 copies.