Papers reflect his work in the study and teaching of computer programming, computer systems for publishing, and mathematics.
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Primarily concerns his work in artificial intelligence at Stanford University.
MacFarland's long and intensive study of the nudibranchs brought him world-wide recognition as an authority on the life and habits of these animals.
Books and manuscripts related to Isaac Newton and the development of the physical sciences in the 17th century.
The books in the Terman collection were left to the Engineering Library that bears his name by Dr. Terman upon his retirement.
Documents all phases of his long and influential career as an educator, electronics engineer, administrator, and author.
Streaming audio and video of a variety of events and activities from Stanford, Silicon Valley, and the larger artificial intelligence community.
This is a searchable bibliography of undergraduate papers done at Hopkins Marine Station.
Materials pertaining to McCarthy's research and his teaching at Stanford and MIT.
This digital library contains 144,000 pages of source materials from the hearings of the committee from 1946 to 1977.
Research and teaching files, professional files and correspondence, audiovisual materials, professional papers, and materials documenting the Stanford Prison Experiment.
Fuller's versatile career as an architect, lecturer, mathematician, writer, and social critic is documented extensively.
Books from the collection of Stephen Prokofyevich Timoshenko (1878-1972), often referred to as the father of applied mechanics in the United States.
Papers pertain primarily to topics in physics and include notes, overhead transparencies from his lectures, reprints, articles, memos, proposals, correspondence, charts, drawings, notebooks, and au
The Durand-Lesley propellers are the surviving artifacts of an experiment in early aviation history which defined a methodology still in use today.
Professional and personal papers documenting research on transistors and electronics; genetic influences on intelligence; and science education.