Mathematics of Computation, volume 19, no.90, pp.297-301. Providence: National Academy of Sciences, 1965. 8° (247 x 158mm). Cloth, original wrappers preserved. Provenance: California Institute of Technology (blue stamp on front wrapper). 'The introduction in 1965 of the Cooley-Tukey algorithm (known as the Fast Fourier Transform, FFT) greatly increases the speed of calculations and thereby the usefulness of the Fourier methods', Gedeon p.178." /> COOLEY, James W. and John W. TUKEY. "An algorithm for the Machine Calculation of Complex Fourier Series", in: <I>Mathematics of Computation</I>, volume 19, no.90, pp.297-301. Providence: National Academy of Sciences, 1965. 8° (247 x 158mm). Cloth, original wrappers preserved. <I>Provenance</I>: California Institute of Technology (blue stamp on front wrapper). 'The introduction in 1965 of the Cooley-Tukey algorithm (known as the Fast Fourier Transform, FFT) greatly increases the speed of calculations and thereby the usefulness of the Fourier methods', Gedeon p.178.|
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    Landmarks of Science & Medicine from the Library of Andras Gedeon

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    COOLEY, James W. and John W. TUKEY. "An algorithm for the Machine Calculation of Complex Fourier Series", in: Mathematics of Computation, volume 19, no.90, pp.297-301. Providence: National Academy of Sciences, 1965. 8° (247 x 158mm). Cloth, original wrappers preserved. Provenance: California Institute of Technology (blue stamp on front wrapper). 'The introduction in 1965 of the Cooley-Tukey algorithm (known as the Fast Fourier Transform, FFT) greatly increases the speed of calculations and thereby the usefulness of the Fourier methods', Gedeon p.178.

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    COOLEY, James W. and John W. TUKEY. "An algorithm for the Machine Calculation of Complex Fourier Series", in: Mathematics of Computation, volume 19, no.90, pp.297-301. Providence: National Academy of Sciences, 1965. 8° (247 x 158mm). Cloth, original wrappers preserved. Provenance: California Institute of Technology (blue stamp on front wrapper). 'The introduction in 1965 of the Cooley-Tukey algorithm (known as the Fast Fourier Transform, FFT) greatly increases the speed of calculations and thereby the usefulness of the Fourier methods', Gedeon p.178.

    SHANNON, Claude E. (1916-2001) and Warren WEAVER. The Mathematical Theory of Communication. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1949. 8° (229 x 149mm). Original cloth. Provenance: Edward J. Groth Jr (bookplate). FIRST EDITION of the first work on modern communication theory. Gedeon p.289.
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