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Accounting, statistical services, data processing
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Supplement I / prepared by Harold D. Peterson, 1 June 1967.

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PACAF


BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHIES
FOR
BASE LIBRARIES


ACCOUNTING
STATISTICAL SERVICES
DATA PROCESSING
SUPPLEMENT I


Prepared by
Harold D. Peterson
Naha Base Library
A PO San Francisco
1 September 1968


96235


Supplements PACAF Basic Bibliography ACCOUNTING,
STATISTICAL SERVICES, DATA PROCESSING, dated 1
June 1967




































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PACAF BASIC BIBLIOGRA PHIES


Accident Prevention
Accounting, Statistical Services, and Data Pri
Aeronautics
Architecture, Building, and Engineering
Arms and Armaments
Basic Religious Books and Chaplains Services
Communications and Electronics
Community Recreation
Education
Exploration of Space
Flction Men Read
Health and Hygiene
Information Services and Public Speaking and
Intelligence
Management
Manual Arts and Crafts
Pacific Area:
Personal Finance and Investment
Personnel Management and Trtafning
Photography
Psychology
Reference Books
Self Education for Adults
Southeast Asia
Techniques Law Enforcement and Criminol
Transportation


ocessing


Writing


ogy


Copies of the bibliographies listed above may be obtained


from Commander-in-Chief,

Command Librarian, APO


Pacific Air Forces, ATTN:


San Francisco


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PREFACE

PACAF Basic Bibliographies, sponsored by the Commander-
in-Chief, Pacific Air Forces, are selective subject guides prepar-
ed as an aid in the fulfillment of the mission of Air Force libraries
in the Pacific area: to provide reading materials for research, ref-
erence, job information, self-edcration, collateral reading assist-
ance in formal education and training courses, and for leisure-time
recreational reading.

Through the annotations, the continuously revised biblio-
graphies serve both as book selection guides for specific research
and reference collections required by the technician in his assigned
Air Force mission, and, also for the general reader who uses the
Base Library for self-improvement and recreational reading.

1 August 1958 PACAF Bibliography Committee


This bibliography is a supplement to the one of the same
title dated 1 June 1967. Consequently almost all titles included
have been published during the past year. Since most of the fields
covered by the bibliography are relatively stable, the greatest
number of titles will be found in the rapidly developing field
of electronic data processing.

Naha Air Bape HAROLD D. PETERSON
1 September 1968





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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page


ACCOUNTING ..................... .......

AUDITNG .................... o .......

BUDGETING ............................

ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING .........


FINANCE


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STATISTICS ............................

PEMODICAILS .... .....................


OUT OF PRINT


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EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS

* Starred items recommended as basic for libraries having
a need for books on this subject.

Number at the end of entry is LC printed card number.



Source of Annotations:


AAA

AER
AR -
CA -
DPM
HDP
JA -
U -
SA -
SCPL
.TBRI


- ANNALS OF THE AMERICRAADADEMY
SOCIAL SCIENCE
- AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW
ACCOUNTING REVIEW
COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION
DATA PROCESSING MAGAZINE
- HAROLD D. PETERSON
JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTANCY
LIBRARY JOURNAL
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
- STANDARD CATALOG FOR PUBLIC ]
- TECHNICAL BOOK REVIEW INDEX


OF POLITICAL AND


LIBRARIES









Accounting:

Briloff, Abraham J. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACCOUNTING
COMMUNICATION Praeger 1967 338p $17.50 67-16666

"A scholarly dissertation exploring the need for clearly
defined accounting principles. The present and future
role of the independent auditor in a free society is care-
fully developed and recommendations for 'saving' the pro-
fession and its golden future' are forthrightly presented. "
JA Mar 68

Enke, Stephen, ed. DEFENSE MANAGEMENT Prentice 1967 385p
$12.95 67-10540

'Take a subject of almost universal interest (management of
military affairs), add contributions by twenty-five authors
who have all been intimately involved in the development of
'the new management', and organize it all with care and
evident logic. Product: a topical book of major importance.
... The book has particular relevance for the accounting
profession." AR Apr :6B ^,

Minemura, Shinkichi STUDIES IN THE RECOVERY OF CAPITAL
Keio Tsushin Co., Ltd. (Tokyo) 1967 159p $3.00

"Public accounting in Japan is a much less mature and influ-
ential profession than it is in the United States. There
is not a tradition of extensive public disclosures, nor even a
generally accepted concept of restraint by private entities
and institutions in the public interest. This book reflects
the technical orientation one would accordingly expect. Its
subject matter can be broadly said to be: distinguishing in
one accounting period between expired and unexpired costs."
AR Jul 68

Neuner, John J. COST ACCOUNTING: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
7th ed Irwin 1967 844p $12.00 67-15837

'The basic portions of the text remain the same ... thus
reflecting the meticulous and painstaking efforts which









have characterized the previous editions. The present edition
therefore follows upon a line of successful and well accepted
efforts to provide the student with a thoroughly organized
and carefully illustrated text on the subject matter. Since
its first edition in 1938 the text has been considered one
of the outstanding and authoritative publications in its field."
AR Jan 68


Peloubet, Maurice E.
ACCOUNTING


THE FINANCIAL EXECUTIVE AND THE NEW
Ronald 1967 227p $6.00 67-21680


" The purpose of this book is to give financial executives
and operating management a convenient guide to all the services
they are entitled to expect from their professional accounting
advisors. This reviewer has never encountered a more compre-
hensive coverage of the subject in a single volume. The reader
is first shown the wide range of accounting services available -
management advisory services, tax services, and audit and in-


vestigation services.
successive chapters.


Sharpe,


Each of these is developed fully in
" AR Jul 68


William F. BASIC: AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING USING THE BASIC LANGUAGE Free Press
1967 137p $3.95 67-25334


'"The use of computing power in accounting and financial
analysis is becoming an increasingly large and important
part of accounting education. To best understand and
appreciation computing power one must use a computer person-
ally and to do so must speak some language the computer
understands. ... The book under review is a good text
for students of BASIC." AR Apr 68


AUDITING:


Gordon B
1968 344p


A AUDITING & E DP
$12.00


American Institute of CPA.


This title, scheduled for publication in May 1968, is being
entered from a publisher's announcement, because it is felt
that ift ia rYntntiallv immrant. Tf ia h1asiml fhthat it


aavis,









systems, but also how to develop a computer program for
audit use. Librarians should be on the lookout for reviews
of this book. HDP

Somers, Herman M. MEDICARE AND THE HOSPITALS: ISSUES
AND PROSPECTS Brookings 1967 291p $6.75
67-27684

"This book should place in perspective the entire Medicare,
Medicaid, health institutions relationship, and will serve
as a basic reference on this subject for CPA. It provides a
succinct summary of the history, development, current pro-
blems of social legislation pertaining to medical care including
descriptions of the evolutions of the laws, the establishment of
administrative procedure and policy and the pertinent regu-
lations." JA Mar 68

Stettler, Howard F. SYSTEMS BASED INDEPENDENT AUDITS.
Prentice 1967 744p $11.50 67-12606

A revision of the author's "Auditing Principles" (1961)
"Although six new chapters were added, by combining certain
of the chapters which appeared in the previous edition, the
total number of chapters has increased only from twenty-three
to twenty-six. ... A widely-used, sound textbook. Most of the
material in the preceding edition has been retained, and an
appreciable amount of discussion of accounting systems has
been added. The book should continue to prove entirely
adequate for the auditing course, as did its predecessor."
AR Jan 68

BUDGETING:

Comiez, Maynard, S. A CAPITAL BUDGET STATEMENT FOR THE
U.S. GOVERNMENT Brookings 1966 143p $6.00
65-29189

"Federal budgeting for capital transactions has weaknesses
which could be reduced. .. Lack of evidence about magnitudes,
however, has hampered meaningful debate... Perhaps among
the problems of federal finance those of capital accounting are of









This book leaves such an impression... The author has, however,
provided estimates which will help in sharpening our analysis...
All of us can now direct attention more fruitfully because
measurement rests on a firmer foundation." AER Sep 66


DATA


PROCESSING:


Arkadev, A. G. TEACHING COMPUTERS TO RECOGNIZE PATTERNS
Academic Press 1967 119p 30s No L.C.


"Presents the bases of Soviet
in an eminently readable form
subject of pattern recognition
outside the field the book can 1
pattern recognition expert, un
Soviet work, will also discover
TBRI Dec 67


activity in pattern recognition
...As an introduction to the
for engineers and scientists
be highly recommended. The
less he has kept abreast of
r details of interest."


Bowles, Edmund A., editor. COMPUTERS IN HUMANISTIC RESEARCH
READINGS AND PERSPECTIVES Prentice 1967 264p $7.95
67-18910

Collected here are the findings and opinions of twenty-four
different authorities of the use of the computer in research
in the following fields: anthropology and archaeology, history
and political science, language and literature, and musicological
research. Additional general topics include the general approach
to computers and humanistic research. It is of particular
value to a researcher planning a research project and in-
terested in the possible applications of computers to his field.
HDP


Brayton, Jack
IMENTS


X)MPUTERS SELF-TAUGHT THROUGH EXPER-
Sams 1966 192p $4.25 66-25347


"Discussions of computer theory appear side by side with
details that enable the reader to construct working models of
the circuits which seems to us an excellent way to master the
subject. All parts, values, voltages, and other circuit
details are given, and the parts used in the riorus experiments are
1ha4k ,.anAr~l. nrwkn *lnlhd nnA in inn nn^4 9? IDDT X*ar t7?









Bukstein, Edward PRACTICE PROBLEMS IN NUMBER SYSTEMS,
LOGIC, AND BOOLEAN ALGEBRA Sams 1967 128p
$2.95 67-31514


"This workbook is a 62-lesson introduction to digital
puter mathematics. The first lessons cover the vari<
systems, e. g., binary, trinary, octal, and decimal,
ing numbers from one system to another, and some c
The binary and octal arithmetics are then developed,
a basis for the introduction of Boolean algebra."
DPM May 68


com-
ous numb
convert-
ommon c
laying


er

odes.


Bycer,


Bernard B.
Hayden 1965


DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDING
318p $11.00 65-17398


"This book is computer oriented for designers, programers,
technicians, and management personnel. It explains digital
tape recording in terms of basic mechanical, magnetic, and
electronic techniques ... Management personnel will find
the text easy to follow 'and free of mathematical terminology.
Valuable information is also provided for the specification,
purchase and use of digital tape equipment." DPM May 68


Cashman, Thomas J. DATA PROCESSING; A
MANUAL McGraw 1967 240p $5.95


TEXT AND PROJECT
67-30575


Designed as a school or training text, "this manual provides
a comprehensive set of educational materials and exercises
for developing an understanding of punch-card machine oper-
ation. There are laboratory projects, that can be completed
even without access to equipment, covering punched card
machine operation, procedures development and flow charting,
basic control panel wiring, and introduction to electronic
data processing. HDP


* Carroll, John M.
SCIENCE


CAREERS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN COMPUTER;
Dutton 1967 191p $3.95 67-11373


This brief book is
concise history of
something of what


good first reading, since it gives a
the computer, tells what it can do and
the future holds for it. Primarily it









does; i.e.
The author
be he high
Included is


, programmer, systems analyst, designer, el
then goes on to show what is required of the c
school or college graduate,for these positions.
a short but up-to-date bibliography. HDP


te.
candidate,


Evans,


George W. SIMULATION USING DIGITAL COMPUTERS
Prentice Hall 1967 198p $11.50 67-12343


Focuses on the creation and use of computer simulation
models and routines for the study of systems. This
single volume concisely fills a gap that has existed
in the literature, distinguishing between model, method of
solution, and simulation. It demonstrates how simulation
differs from other methods of solving problems stated in terms
of models, and shows how models are defined for problems
to be solved by simulation techniques. HDP

Fenves, Steven J. COMPUTER METHODS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING
Prentice 1967 242p $9.00 67-12193

This book is devoted entirely to the development of computer
programs for civil engineering applications. Within this
somewhat limited scope, it treats its subjects eghaistively.
A knowledge of basic physical and mathematical principles is
required. This is a beginning volume to show how the computer
can be used to analyze and solve civil engineering problems.
HDP


Flores, Ivan COMPUTER DESIGN
66-27449


Prentice


1967


465p


$14.65


For the person who wants to know what computers can do,


they are used, their
for the various jobs
the general organize
circuits, logic, and
This book is a text,


how


importance, and the training required
in the computer world. It also covers
tion of the computer: programming,
the building of units and subsystems.
complete with problems adapted to each


chapter emphasizing the practical applications.


HDP









Forsythe, George
SYSTEMS


COMPUTER SOLUTION OF LINEAR ALGEBRAIC
Prentice 1967 148p $6.95 67-18915


To understand this book, one must have an understanding of
both linear algebra and digital-computer programming. Starting
from there the authors provide the matrix background necessary
to understand the analysis of e rrors in matrix computation.
Explicit computer programs in FORTRAN, ALGOL, anri PL/1
for solving linear algebraic systems are provided. Numerical
examples to illustrate key points are provided. HDP


Garvin,


Paul L.,
McGraw


editor
1963


NATURAL LANGUAGE AND THE COMPUTER
398p $12.75 63-19307


Fourteen authorities, mathematicians, logicians, linguists,
and experts in computer sciences have revised a series of
lectures given at the University of California, Los Angeles.
It covers the entire field of language data processing, written
in a manner the nonspecialist can understand. Beside being
of great value to the professional linguist, it is of use to
the person concerned with information processing. HDP


James,


Merlin L. ANALOG COMPUTER SIMULATION OF ENGINEER-
ING SYSTEMS International Textbook 1966 238p $6.25
66-16244


"Authors have put together a well-written book on the use of
analog computers in solving engineering problems ... Covers
the basic programming techniques as well as methods employed
in using the analog computer in analysis ... Should be of
particular interest to engineers and theoretical analysts
who use analog equipment." TBRI Dec 67


Earplus, Walter J. ON-LINE COMPUTING;
MAN-COMPUTER SYSTEMS McGraw
66-24463


TIME-SHARED
1967 336p $14.50


"Drawing on the experiences of recognized experts in the on-
line computer field, the text is aimed at the application-oriented
reader desiring an overall perspective ... Special emphasis is
placed on man-computer interaction. To accomplish this, nethod-









on-line computers are introduced first. This is followed by
descriptions of the application of on-line systems to irathematical
problem solving, engineering design, military endeavors, and
information retrieval." TBRI May 67


Lohberg, Rolf
Sterling


ELECTRONIC BRAINS; HOW COMPUTERS WORK
1965 221p $4.95 65-24383


"The book is filled with ... clear
to cases with surprising detail.
indeed for anyone of a practical
at reading but is fascinated by c
thoroughly appropriate. There
freehand drawings." SA Dec 66


ir explanation. It gets down
For the reader over 12, or
turn of mind who is not much
computers, this book is
are good photographs and


Lott,


Richard W.
1967 228p


BASIC DATA PROCESSING
$7.95 67-14734


Prentice-Hall


This is a general basic book for those contemplating going
into the computer field and for those in other fields that
have need to know what computers can and cannot do for them.
Planned more as a book to be read rather than a teaching text,
operating situations are cited rather than questions asked
that depend only on recall. No prior background is required
to understand this book. HDP


Louden, Robert K. PROGRAMMING THE IBM 1130AND 1800
Prentice-Hall 1967 433p $10.50 67-24118

"This is a programming textbook containing sufficient material
to satisfy the requirements for a one-semester course at the
first-year or second-year college level. "FORTRAN" is pre-
sented as the primary programming language for both the 130
and the 1800 ... This is an interesting, substantial, and
probably authoritative book, written by the Current Products
Analysis Manager of IBM Corporation." CA Apr 68


Lytel,


Allan
$2.50


ABC'S OF COMPUTERS
66-19678


2ded


Sams


1966


144p


"Subject matter is presented in a


simple, clear style with a









quirements of binary arithmetic and logic functions. For the
average ... reader, who really wants to understand digital
computer operations ... this low-cost publication could hardly
be bettered." TBRI Apr 67


* Mandl,


Matthew FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC COMPUTERS:
DIGITAL AND ANALOG Prentice 1967 344p $10.75 67-18921


This book requires only a knowledge of basic d-c and a-c circuit
theory and transistor operation and a working familiarity
with elementary algebra. The text portion provides a back-
ground in solid-state computer circuits, codes, memory systems,
storage, counters, digital and analog programming practices,
Booan algebra, and other related computer subjects. For
practical applications, problems and questions are found at
the end of each chapter. HDP


Martin, F.F.
331p


COMPUTER MODELING AND SIMULATION
$12.95 6728948


Wiley 1967


"An introduction for the student and useful reference for the
professional. The text reviews the methods, techniques, and tools
applicable to computer modeling and simulation... The author


traces procedure
from inception to
examples. Each
for the student."
Martin, James DESIGN


Prentice


1967


s and general approaches to
solution and illustrates with
chapter concludes with a set
DPM May 68
OF REAL-TIME COMPUTE]


629p


$12.95


model construction
specific
of problems


R SYSTEMS


67-18923


This work is concerned largely with the design of computer
systems to accomplish definite tasks in industrial, governmen-
tal, and business activities, stressing the practical
aspects of computer system design by using examples from
many working systems. The present Volume is a companion
volume to the author's "Programming Real-Time Computer
Systems" (Prentice, 1965). HDP


Minsky, Marvin L.
MACHINES


COMPUTATION: FINE .AND INFINITE
Prentice 1967 317p $12.00 67-18915









This study has as its goal to introduce the concept of effective
procedure for the professionals, computer programmers, matt
maticians, electrical engineers, with an introduction to the
central concepts underlying the "Theory of Machines," or what
can and cannot be done with computers. The book contains
three major sections: finite-state machines, infinite machines,


and symbol-maniput nation systems and computability.
basic knowledge of algebra is required. HDP


Only a


Murphy, John S. BASICS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Hayden 1964 117p $3.75 63-21058

'Written to provide the basic framework for learning computer
programming. It attempts to distill that part of the programming
backgo und which is fundamental and common to all computers.
It is recommended for preliminary study before approaching the
study of a specific machine or a specific programming language.
The book is intended for that increasing class of persons
who need a basic understanding of programming even though


they may never need to practice the art.


" DPM May 68


Price,


Wilson T.
Holt 1967


ELEMENTS OF DATA PROCESSING MATHEMATICS
452p $9.95 67-11749


'Written specifically for technical school and junior college
students ... who intend to enter data processing and computer
programming. It relates logic and mathematics to contemporary
computer languages. Chapters treat various number systems,
basic algebra, equations, various functions, linear programming,
numerical methods, Boolean algebra, logic and sets." CA May 68


Richards, Richard K.
620p $15.00


ELECTRONIC DIGITAL SYSTEMS
66-17618


Wiley


1966


'Deals not only with digital computers but places them in the
systems concepts, a topic of great current interest... not
covered by many authors. The contents are easy to read and
it is not necessary to read chapters consecutively; subject
matter is only loosely related to previous material." TBRI
Mar 67


ie-









Saxon,


James A.
Prentice


BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DATA
1967 278p $7.50 67-16391


PROCESSING


A first-semester text in the instruction of basic data
processing, designed to provide elemental knowledge without


confusing the student with excessive
used by a qualified instructor, the
classroom expansion of the subject
it provides excellent grounding for
programming and applications are


COBAL and FORTRAN treated briefly.


Seligsohn, I. J.
Messner


advance detail. If
book serves as a basis fc
; if used for self-study
the beginner. Computer
covered thoroughly, and


HDP


YOUR CAREER IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
1967 222p $3.95 67-3551


'"The author discusses the type of ... person best suited to
be a computer programmer, the nature of the work, the actual
workings of the machines themselves, showing how a machine
makes 'decisions, the 'language' of computers, their
history and the tremendous and increasing uses to which
they can be put." SCPL 1967


Stark,


Peter A. DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
1967 525p $9.95 67-16057


Macmillan


"This comprehensive treatment of programming is organized
into five sections: computer characteristics and usage, machine
language, symbolic language s, mathematical techniques, and
problem oriented languages such as FORTRAN. Although the
scope goes well beyond control programming and laboratory
research programming, its logical progression and thorough
illumination by worked examples make it a valuable addition to
... libraries." TBRI Jun 68

FINANCE:


Badger, Ralph E.
ANALYSIS


THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO INVESTMENT
McGraw 1967 504p $14.50 67-15850


This book "attempts to provide an analytical tool that will
enable investors, both present and prospective, to compete









in their preface '... the present book is devoted largely to
developing a working technique for analyzing the value-de-
termining factors surrounding the more common types of
investment media as required by the constantly changing conditions
of the stock market." AC Jul 68


Break,


George F. INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL RELATIONS
IN THE UNITED STATES Brookings 1966 273p $6.75
66-28890


"In a very real sense this book gives a penetrating look at
contemporary fiscal problems of federalism and of metropoli-
tanism ... It is analytical and evaluative and is definitely
oriented towards giving advice to policy makers at work at
the present time ... One of the refreshing features of the
author's approach is that he combines a considerable
knowledge of the political realities of the American system
with the use of his economist's analytical skills. "
AAA Sep 67

Buchanan, James M. PUBLIC FINANCE IN DEMOCRATIC PROCESS
University of North Carolina Press 1966 307p $7.75
66-25359


"A study of fiscal theory in which the author V attempts to
show the effect of public finance, the forms of taxation
on individuals and corporations, and the way these affect
the individual as he interacts with political institutions.
He also examines the way fiscal or political institutions
might themselves be governed by the type of tax that is levied...
Buchanan is professor of economics at the University of
Virginia. '" LJ 15 Jan 67


Normanton, E.L. THE
GOVERNMENTS
452p $11.00 66


ACCOUNTABILITY AND AUDIT OF
A COMPARATIVE STUDY Praeger
12160


1966


"Treats comparative issues in public finance ... by
relating the experience and procedures of Great
Britain, France, Germany and the United States... In the
nrnrmpa tfhlrs i c raminsd ths affaorivnann a nd de.trcsp nf nmhlic









describes i auditing in each of the countries and illustrates
... instances of irregularities and confusion." LJ Jul 66

* Nuccio, Sal THE NEW YORK TIMES GUIDE TO PERSONAL FINANCE
Harper 1967 240p $4.95 65-21019

Based on expansions of material presented in the author's
newspaper column, this book gives excellent advice in
personal matters that in any way concern money in the lives
of young to old adults. While this material may be available
elsewhere, it is convenient to have it collected into one handy
volume that encompasses everything from budgeting to wills, b
way of law suits or investing. HDP


Robichek, Alexander A.,
DECISIONS Wiley


ed.
1967


FINANCIAL RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT
232p $8.95 67-22552


'"his book offers an- opportunity to sample some recent
developments in financial management. It reports on papers
and discussions at a recent conference at Stanford of finance
professors and executives ... covering the general topics of
optimal financial policies, asset management, and quantitative
financial techniques ... This book is a very good report on
the current state of financial management theory and techniques
AR Jul 68


Smith,


Barney McCoy UNDERSTANDING AND USING THE FEDERAL
INCOME TAX LAW Irwin 1967 118p $2.00 67-18565


"This book deals with the fundamentals of the federal income
tax law and their application to both business and personal
situations. It is written primarily for college students
studying business administration .. a welcome addition to
those dealing with the federal income tax law. It fills the
need for a supplementary text in an elementary course to
introduce the complexity of federal income tat law to students
of business administration." AR Jan 68

STATISTICS:


Yamane, Taro STATISTICS: AN INTRODUCTORY ANALYSIS









While written as a textbook primarily for students in business
and economics, this study is designed to provide valuable
material for other fields where they touch on statistics.
The second addition contains new and revised material on
analysis of variance, linear regression, correlation analy-
sis, and multiple linear regression. Statistical tables,
previously issued as a separate pamphlet have been bound
into this edition. HDP

PERIODICALS:

COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION Berkeley Enterprises, Inc., 815
Washington Street, Newtonville, MA 02160. Monthly
$15.00 Indexed: BPI

There seems to be hardly any phase of data processing that is
not treated in this journal. Random samplings from three
issues include vocational guidance, use in school, teaching,
design, marketing, unions, legal aspects, applications,
programming, equipment, accessories, and over a half-dozen
monthly departments including reviews of current books. HDP


















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BOOKS IN BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHY OUT-OF-PRINT


Blocker, .

Burkhead,


Dale,


COST ACCOUNTING


GOVERNMENT BUDGETING


MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS


Martin, E.

Paton, W.

Wrubel, M.


ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING

ESSENTIALS OF ACCOUNTING

PRIMER OF PROGRAMMING FOR DIGITAL COMPUTERS









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ABC'S OF COMPUTERS Lytel, A...............
THE ACCOUNTABILITY AND AUDIT OF
GOVERNMENTS .Normanton, E. .....
ANALOG COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF
ENGINEERING SYSTEMS 'James, M....
Arkadev, A. TEACHING COMPUTERS TO RECOG
NIZE PATTERNS ,,................ .
AUDITING AND EDP Davis, G. .............
Badger:, R. THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO
INVESTMENT ANALYSIS .............
BASIC Sharpe, W...........................
BASIC DATA PROCESSING Lott, R..........
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DATA PROCESSING


Saxon, J. ............................. 1
BASICS OF DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Murphy, J. ........................... 1
Bowles, E. COMPUTERS IN HUMANISTIC
RESEARCH ........................ .. 4
Brayton, J. COMPUTERS SELF-TAUGHT ...... 4
Break, G. INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL
RELATIONS IN THE U.S............. 1
Briloff, A. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACCOUNTING
COMMUNICATIONS ................... 1
Buchanan, J. PUBLIC FINANCE IN DEMOCRATIC
PROCESS ............................ 1
Bukstein, E. PRACTICE PROBLEMS IN NUMBER
SYSTEMS... .................. 5
Bycer, B. DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE RE-
CORDING ............................. 5
A CAPITAL BUDGET STATEMENT Comiez, M.. 3
CAREERS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN
COMPUTER SCIENCE Carroll, J. ...... 5
Carroll, J. CAREERS AND OPPORTUNITIES
IN COMPUTER SCIENCE ............... 5
Cashman, T. DATA PROCESSING............ 5
Comiez, M. A CAPITAL BUDGET STATEMENT
WOR THE T RSC GOVERNMENT ....... 3









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COMPLETE GUIDE TO INVESTMENT ANA
Badger, R......................
COMPUIATION Minsky, M.............
COMPUTER DESIGN Flores, I..........
COMPUTER METHODS IN CIVIL ENGINE
Fenves, S. ....................
COMPUTER MODE LING AND SIMULATION
Martin, F. ...... ..............
COMPUTERS IN HUMANISTIC RESEARCH
Bowles, E. ..................
COMPUTERS SELF-TAUGHT THROUGH
EXPERIMENTS Brayton, J......


LLYSIS


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COMP IER SOLUTION OF LINEA
SYSTEMS Forsythe, G...
COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION
COST ACCOUNTING Neuner, J..
DATA PROCESSING Cashman, T.
DaVis, G. AUDITING AND EDP .
DEFENSE MANAGEMENT Enke,


R ALGEBRA AIC


3. .........


DESIGN OF REAL TIME COMPUTER SYSTEMS
Martin, J. ...........................
DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Stark, P. ...........................
DIGITAL MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDING
ByTer, B. ...........................
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACCOUNTING COM-
MUNICATION Briloff, A.............
ELECTRONIC BRAINS Lohberg, R.........
ELECTRONIC DIGITAL SYSTEMS Richards, R...
ELEMENTS OF DATA PROCESSING MATHEMATICS
Prices W.
Enke, S. DEFENSE MANAGEMENT
Evans, G. SIMULATION USING DIGITAL COM-
PUTE t ,........... --.............
Fenves, S. COMPUTER METHODS IN CIVIL
ENGINEERING....................










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THE FINANCIAL EXECUTIVE Peloube
FINANCIAL RESEARCH AND MANAGE;
DECISIONS Robichek, A. ....
Flores, I. COMPUTER DESIGN ....
Forsythe, G. COMPUTER SOLUTION
ALGEBRAIC SYSTEMS ......
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC C
Mandl, M. .................
Garvin, P. NATURAL LANGUAGE A1
COMPUTER ................


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OF LINEAR

COMPUTERS


ND THE


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INTERGOVERNMENT FISCAL RELATIONS IN


THE
James, M.


Karplus,
Lohberg,
Lott, R.
Louden,
Lytel, A,


W.
R.
BA
R.


U.S. Break, G. ........
ANALOG COMPUTER SIM
ON- LINE COMPUTING ..
ELECTRONIC BRAINS ..
SIC DATA PROCESSING ..
PROGRAMMING THE IBM


JLATION


. ABC'S OF COMPUTERS


Mandl, M. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC
COMPUTERS .......................
Martin, F. COMPUTER MODELING AND C
SIMULATIONS ............. ... .....
Martin, J. DESIGN OF REAL-TIME COMPUTER
SYSTEMS
MEDICARE AND THE HOSPITALS Somers, H..
Minemura, S. STUDIES IN THE RECOVERY OF


CAPITAL .....
Minsky, M. COMPUTIA
Murphy, J. BASICS 01
PROGRAMMING
NATURAL LANGUAGE
Garvin, P. ....
Neuner, J. COST ACC


LTION ...........
r DIGITAL COMPUTER

AND THE COMPUTER


COUNTING


Normanton, E. THE ACCOUNTABILITY
AUDIT OF GOVERNMENTS .....
Nuccio, S. THE NEW YORK TIMES GUII
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NEW YORK TIMES GUIDE TO PERSONAL
FINANCE Nuccio, S. ............... 13
ON-LINE COMPUTING Karplus, W........ 7
Peloubet, M. THE FINANCIAL EXECUTIVE
AND THE NEW ACCOUNTING....... 2
PRACTICE PROBLEMS IN NUMBER SYSTEMS
Bukstein, E. ....................... 5
Price, W. ELEMENTS OF DATA PROCESSING
MATHEMATICS .................. ..... 10
PROGRAMMING THE IBM Louden, R. ...... 8
PUBLIC FINANCE IN DEMOCRACY PROCESS
Buchanan, J. ....................... 12
Richards, R. ELECTRONIC DIGITAL SYSTEMS 10
Robichek, A. FINANCIAL RESEARCH AND
MANAGEMENT DECISIONS ........... 13
Seligsohn, I. YOUR CAREER IN COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING ..................... 11
Sharpe, W. BASIC ........... ....... 2
SIMULATION USING DIGITAL COMPUTERS
Evans, G. ....................... 6
Smith, B. UNDERSTANDING AND USING THE
FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW ....... 13
Somers, H. MEDICARE AND THE HOSPITALS 3
Stark, P. DIGITAL COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 11
STATISTICS Yamane, T. ................. 13
Stettler, H. SYSTEMS BASED INDEPENDENT
AUDITS ............................ 3
STUDIES IN THE RECOVERY OF CAPITAL
Minemura, S. ....................... 1
SYSTEMS BASED INDEPENDENT AUDITS
Stettler, H. ......................... 3
TEACHING COMPUTERS TO RECOGNIZE
PATTERNS Arkadew, A. .............. 4
UNDERSTANDING AND USING THE FEDERAL
INCOME TAX.. Smith, B. ............ 13
Yamane, T. STATISTICS .................... 13
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