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Histories of Computing in Eastern Europe
JChristopher Leslie, Martin Schmitt
Front Matter

Eastern Europe


Armenian Computers: First Generations
Sergey Oganjanyan, Valery Shilov, Sergey Silantiev
3-15
The Emergence of Computing Disciplines in Communist Czechoslovakia: What’s in a (Sovietized) Name?
Michal Doležel, Zdeněk Smutný
16-39
László Kalmár and the First University-Level Programming and Computer Science Training in Hungary
Máté Szabó
40-68

Poland


Early Computer Development in Poland
Marek Hołyński
71-86
The Long Road Toward the Rejewski-Różycki-Zygalski Cipher Center in Poznań
Marek Grajek
87-96

Soviet Union


Anatoly Kitov and Victor Glushkov: Pioneers of Russian Digital Economy and Informatics
Olga Kitova, Vladimir Kitov
99-117
On the History of Gosplan, the Main Computer Center of the State Planning Committee of the USSR
Vladimir Kitov
118-126
Main Teleprocessing Monitors for Third-Generation Computers in the USSR
Vladimir Kitov
127-135

CoCom and Comecon


Socialist Life of a U.S. Army Computer in the GDR’s Financial Sector
Martin Schmitt
139-164
Cooperating with Moscow, Stealing in California: Poland’s Legal and Illicit Acquisition of Microelectronics Knowhow from 1960 to 1990
Mirosław Sikora
165-195
From CoCom to Dot-Com: Technological Determinisms in Computing Blockades, 1949 to 1994
Christopher Leslie
196-225

Analog Computing


Israel Abraham Staffel: Lost Book Is Found
Timo Leipälä, Valery Shilov, Sergey Silantiev
229-251
Mathematicians at the Scottish Café
Chris Zielinski
252-275

Public History


Discovering Eastern Europe PCs by Hacking Them … Today
Stefano Bodrato, Fabrizio Caruso, Giovanni Cignoni
279-294
Twentieth Anniversary of the Russian Virtual Museum of Computing and Information Technology History
Vladimir Kitov, Edward Proydakov
295-303
ICT History Study as Corporate Philanthropy in Latvia
Inara Opmane, Rihards Balodis
304-316
The Engineering Heritage of Bashir Rameev at the Polytechnic Museum: Honoring the 100th Anniversary of His Birth
Marina Smolevitskaya
317-341

 


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