Books


Anderson, Decima M.; Basic Computer Programming: IBM 1620 Fortran; Appleton-Century-Crofts; New York; 1964; LCCN 64-14814.
This book is part of the ACC administration series.

Andree, Richard Vernon; Computer Programming and Related Mathematics; John Wiley; New York; 1966; LCCN 66-25215.

Claffey, William J.; Principles of Programming the IBM 1620 Computer; Dickenson Publishing Company; Belmont, Calif.; 1968; LCCN 68-24216.
This book is part of the Dickenson series in computer and information science.

Cleveland, S. Thomas.; FORTRAN II-D on the IBM 1620: Introduction to Digital Computer Programming; Dickenson Publishing Company; Belmont, Calif.; 1968; LCCN 68-14848.
This book is part of the Dickenson series in computer and information science.

Curtin, Wylma R.; Warthen, Frances Jean; Basic Statistics Programmed for the IBM 1620 Computer; Culverton Company; Kensington, Md.; 1965; LCCN 72-196921.

Dodes, Irving Allen; IBM 1620 Programming for Science and Mathematics; Hayden Book Company; New York; 1963; LCCN 63-21459; 276 pages. ¹
This book if part of the Hayden series in applied mathematics.

Engelbert, Hubert S.; Reference Manual of the AMTRAN System for the 1620 Computer; Athens Computer Center, University of Georgia; 1969; LCCN 77-631631.

Froese, Charlotte; Introduction to Programming the IBM 1620; Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.; Reading, Mass.; 1964; LCCN 64-57455. ¹
This book is part of the Addison-Wesley series in computer science and information processing.

Germain, Clarence B.; Programming the IBM 1620; Prentice-Hall; Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; 1962; LCCN 62-20477.

Germain, Clarence B.; Programming the IBM 1620, 2nd edition; Prentice-Hall; Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; 1965; LCCN 65-17860.

Gruenberger, Fred Joseph; McCracken, Daniel D.; Introduction to Electronic Computers: Problem Solving with the IBM 1620; John Wiley; New York; 1963; LCCN 63-4381; 170 pages. ¹
This book was originally a Rand Corporation research study.

An interesting side note: The front cover depicits 100 pages from the book itself, in miniature form. It was an inside joke between that authors that "you could tell a book from it's cover".


Gruenberger, Fred Joseph; Jaffray, George; Problems for Computer Solution; John Wiley; New York; 1965; LCCN 65-24303; 401 pages.
A classic. This book presents 92 problems suitable for computer solution. It contains problems in engineering, business, social science and mathematics. The IBM 1620 is used as the reference machine for those problems needing specific machine characteristics.

Hartkemeier, Harry Pelle; Fortran Programming of Electronic Computers; C.E. Merrill Books; Columbus, Ohio; 1966; LCCN 66-14400.

Kopf, Edward Henry; An Adaptive Numerical Integration Routine for the IBM 1620 II; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Pasadena, Calif.; 1966; LCCN 67-9015.
This book was originally JPL technical report number 32-962.

Laurie, Edward J.; Computers and How They Work: IBM 1620, IBM 1401, IBM 650; South-Western Publishing Co.; Cincinnati, Ohio; 1963; LCCN 63-11023.

Leeson, Daniel N.; Dimitry, Donald L.; Basic Programming Concepts and the IBM 1620 Computer; Holt, Rinehart and Winston; New York; 1962; LCCN 62-19796.

Leeson, Daniel N.; Dimitry, Donald L.; Wallstedt, Eric K.; Basic Programming Concepts and the IBM 1620 Computer, 2nd edition; Holt, Rinehart and Winston; New York; 1968; LCCN 68-29636; 460 pages. ¹

Mankovitz, Roy J.; DIANA: A Digital--Analog Simulation Program for the IBM 1620 II Computer; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Pasadena, Calif.; 1967; LCCN 67-8441.
This book was originally JPL technical report number 32-1011.

McCracken, Daniel; A Guide to Fortran Programming; John Wiley; New York; 1961; LCCN 61-016618.

Stuart, Fredric; Introductory Computer Programming; John Wiley; New York; 1966; LCCN 66-21041.

Weiss, Eric A.; Programming the IBM 1620: The Hands-on Approach; McGraw-Hill; New York; 1965; LCCN 65-19093; 310 pages. ¹
This book is part of the McGraw-Hill series in information processing and computers.

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