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  • D1, Hartree, The Differential Analyser, Nature, vol. 135 (1935);
  • D2, Hartree and Porter, The Construction and Operation of a Model Differential Analyser , Memoirs & Proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, vol. 79 (1934-5). (2 copies);
  • D3, Hartree and J.R. Womersley, A Method for the Numerical or Mechanical Solution of Certain Types of Partial Differential Equations, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, vol. 161 (1937). (2 copies);
  • D4, Hartree, The Mechanical Integration of Differential Equations,Mathematical Gazette, vol. 22 (1938). (2 copies);
  • D5, Hartree and Arthur Porter, The Application of the Differential Analyser to Transients on a Distortionless Transmission Line, Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, vol. 83 (1938);
  • D6, Hartree, The Bush Differential Analyser and its Applications, Nature, vol. 146 (1940).
  • D7, Hartree, The Application of the Differential Analyser to the Evaluation of Solutions of Partial Differential Equations, Canadian Mathematical Congress (Montreal, 1946). (3 copies);
  • D8, Hartree, The ENIAC, an Electronic Computing Machine, Nature, vol. 158 (1946). (4 copies);
  • D9, Hartree, Recent and Prospective Developments in Large Digital Calculating Machines, RNSS Journal (1947);
  • D10, Hartree, Recent Developments in Calculating Machines, Journal of Scientific Instruments, vol. 24 (1947);
  • D11, Hartree, Calculating Machines (Cambridge University Press, 1947). (3 copies);
  • D12, Hartree, Experimental Arithmetic, Eureka, vol. 10 (1948);
  • D13, Hartree, M.H. Newman et al, A Discussion on Computing Machines, Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series A, vol. 195 (1948);
  • D14, Hartree, Modern Calculating Machines, Endeavour (1949).