Everett, Robert R.
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
A proposal for accomplishing the SAGE System computer programming tasks outlined in memorandum 6M-3416, 1955 March 11
Division 6 Limited Memo 6L-189. Memo making a proposal for the responsibilities of various organizations and outlining how Lincoln Laboratory would accomplish the tasks outlined in Memo 6M-3416. Contains three drawings.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-21. Memorandum containing an analysis of the Digital Computer Laboratory Proposed 1950-51 Budget.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Memo M-111. Memorandum on the present objectives of block diagram work, the expected results of that work, and estimated effects on Whirlwind I computer design.
Project Whirlwind Memo M-2940. The XD-1 and XD-2 Systems have reached a point where changes cannot be made unless mandatory to insure operation. The production design is approaching a similar stage and any suggestions for changes should be made soon.
Comparison Between the Computer Programs at the Institute for Advanced Study and the M.I.T. Servomechanisms Laboratory, 1948 October 11
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-6. Report on a visit to the Institute for Advanced Study to discuss their work on digital computers, work on parallel-type digital computers, and differences in view on the methods for achieving working equipment.
Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-45. Memo discussing the work which Division 6 hoped to accomplish in the Cape Cod system and the design and building of a high-speed digital computer (Whirlwind II) between July 1953 and June 1954.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-1. Report on a study of a simplified version of the anti-submarine problem. The objective of this study has been to estimate the storage capacity and computing time required in a digital machine and no serious attempt has made to achieve completeness or accuracy.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-30. Memorandum on estimates regarding time and personnel required for the work leading up to the production of digital computers suitable for air defense information centers.
Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-33. Memorandum containing the Budget Proposal for Division VI for Fiscal Year 1954.
Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-69. Minutes of weekly group leader meeting discussing overtime, partitioning, vacuum tube inspection trip, Lincoln group leaders' meeting, IBM contract status, and IBM visit. Present: J. W Forrester, C. W. Adams, S. H. Dodd, R. R. Everett, H. Fahnestock, J. C. Proctor, N. H. Taylor, C. R. Wieser, P. Youtz.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-2. Report discussing in general terms some possibilities in the arrangement and use of high-speed digital computers for the for the analysis, evaluation and intercommunication of information in an anti-submarine naval group.
Division 6 Memo M-3857. Minutes of a Lincoln-IBM meeting discussing equipment needs in XD-1. Present: (MIT) S. H. Dodd, R. R. Everett, J. W. Forrester, M. G. Holloway, B. E. Morriss, J. A. O'Brien, C. F. J. Overhage; (IBM) T. A. Burke, R. P. Crago, J. F. Mills, H. D. Ross, G. R. Solomon, R. N. Sweetland, J. E. Zollinger.
MIT DIC 6889. Project Whirlwind Memo M-1611. Decisions and progress relevant to the proposed Memory Test Computer (MTC) are summarized for distribution to those interested, and to trace development of the computer. Present: R. Best, J. D. Crane, R. R. Everett, W. A. Hosier, R. Hughes, W. Ogden, K. H. Olsen, W. N. Papian, H. J. Platt, R. Sims, H. Smead, N. H. Taylor, R. von Buelow.
MIT DIC 6889. Project Whirlwind Memo M-1566. Decisions and progress relevant to the proposed Memory Test Computer (MTC) are summarized for distribution to those interested, and to trace development of the computer. Present: R. R. Everett, W. A. Hosier, R. P. Mayer, W. Ogden, K. H. Olsen, W. N. Papian, L. L. Sutro, N. H. Taylor, H. Smead, R. von Buelow.
MIT DIC 6889. Project Whirlwind Memo M-1635. Decisions and progress relevant to the proposed Memory Test Computer (MTC) are summarized for distribution to those interested, and to trace development of the computer. Present: H. Anderson, J. Crane, R. R. Everett, W. A. Hosier, R. Hughes, K. H. Olsen, R. Pfaff, N. H. Taylor, R. von Buelow.
Division 6 Limited Memo 6L-190. Memo making a proposal for the responsibilities of various organizations regarding computer programming tasks forseen in the SAGE System as outlined in Memo 6M-3416. Contains four drawings.
Project Whirlwind Limited Memo L-36. Minutes of a group leader meeting discussing the installation of a second bank of ES in WW until a more reliable production model is available. Present: Dodd, Youtz, Corderman, Wieser, Rich, Daggett, and Everett.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Engineering Note E-413. Several core-selecting systems can be devised that offer better selection ratios than the standard 3-dimensional array. Improved selection ratios result in reduced storage access time but at the cost of considerably increased complexity of the driver circuits.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Engineering Note E-362. This memorandum contains the text of a talk given at the E.E. Department Colloquium, May 3, 1950. The talk covers briefly: the need for storage in computation, the effect of storage characteristics on digital computer design, desirable storage characteristics, and the characteristics of existing storage devices suitable for digital computer use.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Controlled Distribution Memo 6D-99. The characteristics of this computer are presented along with contemplated improvements. A list of some of the actual problems handled is also included. A reprint from Electrical Engineering, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers.
MIT DIC 6345. Project Whirlwind Memo M-1152. Memorandum on a visit by project Whirlwind I research teams to University of Illinois and Engineering Research Associates for a demonstration of the IAS computer, discussion of ERA's computer experience and its relation to future work in the field, evaluation of the magnetic drum as a reliable element in computing systems, and discussion of electrostatic storage and possible use of the RCA Selectron.
- Type: Archival Object X