Reviews and Descriptions of Tables and Books

Journal:
Math. Comp. **10** (1956), 100-112

DOI:
https://doi.org/10.1090/S0025-5718-56-99313-9

Corrigendum:
Math. Comp. **10** (1956), 262-263.

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**[1]**The RAND Corporation,*A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates*, The Free Press, 1955, Review 11,*MTAC*, v. 10, 1956, p. 39-43. MR**0067568 (16:749i)****[2]**C. E. Van Orstrand, ``Tables of the exponential function and of the circular sine and cosine to radian argument,''*Nat. Acad. Sci. Memoirs*, v. 14, 1921, Fifth memoir.**[1]**National Bureau of Standards Applied Mathematics Series 14,*Tables of the Exponential Function*, U. S. Government Printing Office, 1951, reviewed in an earlier edition,**RMT 524**,*MTAC*, v. 3, 1948-9, p. 173.**[2]**The RAND Corporation,*A Million Random Digits with 100,000 Normal Deviates*, The Free Press, 1955, Review 11,*MTAC*, v. 10, 1956, p. 39-43. MR**0067568 (16:749i)****[3]**C. E. Van Orstrand, ``Tables of the exponential function and of the circular sine and cosine to radian argument,''*Nat. Acad. Sci. Memoirs*, v. 14, 1921, Fifth memoir.**[1]**Marshall Hall, Jr., & J. D. Swift, ``Determination of Steiner triple systems of order 15,''*MTAC*, v. 9, 1955, p. 146-152. MR**0080104 (18:192d)****[2]**F. N. Cole, ``The triad systems of 13 letters,'' Am. Math.*Soc., Trans.*, 1913, v. 14, p. 1-5. MR**1500931****[3]**A. S. White, F. N. Cole, & Louise D. Cummings, ``Complete classification of triad systems on 15 elements,''*Nat. Acad. Sci., Memoirs*, v. 14, 1925, 2nd Memoir, 89 p.**[4]**R. A. Fisher, ``An examination of the different possible solutions of a problem in incomplete blocks,''*Ann. of Eugenics*, v. 10, 1940, p. 52-75. MR**0002086 (1:348e)****[1]**A. D. Booth,*Fourier Technique in**-ray Organic Structure Analysis*, Cambridge, 1948. A. D. Booth & K. H. V. Booth,*Automatic Digital Calculators*, Butterworths Sci. Pub., London, 1953. W. N. Locke & A. D. Booth, editors,*Machine Translation of Language*, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1955.**[2]***Nature*, Butterworths Scientific Publications Advertisement, v. 175, 1955, p. ccccxli.**[3]**For instance, on one opening, p. 62-63, we find*three*ways of indicating the tail of an infinite series: ; on p. 53 we find*etc.*Again we find signifying a polynomial of degree ; elsewhere we find . The reviewer would like to include a disclaimer on the part of SEAC to the discovery of the fifteenth Mersenne prime. That is prime was established by SWAC (see*MTAC*, 6, 1952, p. 205), not by SEAC, as stated on p. 2.**[1]**E. M. L. Beale, ``An alternative method for linear programming,'' Camb. Phil. Soc.,*Proc.*, v. 50, 1954, p. 513-523. MR**0063635 (16:155c)****[1]**Mark Lotkin, ``A set of test matrices,''*MTAC*, v. 9, 1955,p. 153-161. MR**0074919 (17:667b)**

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