The art of computing, Computers and typesetting, Concrete mathematics, The Stanford GraphBase, Digital typography, Selected papers on analysis of algorithms, MMIXware: a RISC computer for the third millennium, and Things a computer scientist rarely talks about
Knuth, Donald Ervin, 1938- and Howe, Marion
Papers reflect his work in the study and teaching of computer programming, computer systems for publishing, and mathematics. Included are correspondence, notes, manuscripts, computer printouts, logbooks, proofs, and galleys pertaining to the computer systems TeX, METAFONT, and Computer Modern; and to his books THE ART OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, COMPUTERS & TYPESETTING, CONCRETE MATHEMATICS, THE STANFORD GRAPHBASE, DIGITAL TYPOGRAPHY, SELECTED PAPERS ON ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS, MMIXWARE : A RISC COMPUTER FOR THE THIRD MILLENNIUM, and THINGS A COMPUTER SCIENTIST RARELY TALKS ABOUT.
Faculty, Computer programs, Computer science, and Computerized typesetting
Computer scientists, College teachers, Knuth, Donald Ervin, 1938-, Stanford University., Computer Science Department, METAFONT, and TeX (Computer file)
39.25 linear feet
California, 1962 - 2015
Special Collections and University Archives materials are stored offsite and must be paged 48 hours in advance. For more information on paging collections, see the department's website: http://library.stanford.edu/spc.
McCarthy, John, 1927-2011., Baskett, Forest, Knuth, Donald Ervin, 1938-, Lang, Serge, 1927-2005, Lederberg, Joshua, Lenat, Douglas B., Michie, Donald, Moravec, Hans P., Manna, Zohar, Sloman, Aaron, and Sato, Masahiko, 1947-
Correspondence, memos, reports, course materials, newsletters, articles, reprints, computer manuals, and other materials pertaining to McCarthy's research and his teaching at Stanford and MIT. Correspondents include Forest Baskett, Donald Knuth, Serge Lang, Joshua Lederberg, Douglas Lenat, Donald Michie, Hans Moravec, Zohar Manna, Aaron Sloman, and Masahiko Sato. Also included are correspondence, reprints, programs, notes, and articles from his work with Russian computer scientists, 1958-78.
Artificial intelligence, Computer programming, and LISP (Computer program language)