New York: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1957. First Edition. , 150 pages. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Publisher's grey printed wraps. The signature and stamp of F. M. Verzuh on the front panel as well as several penned notes on the spine panel. Professor Frank M. Verzuh worked on MIT's Rapid Arithmetic Machine and was active in early computers. Near Fine. Wraps. 
An interesting conference which among other things prints the Organization of the National Joint Computer Conference resolution. It also includes a paper by Eckert "Univac-Larc, the next step in computer design". The Larc, while technically viable, was very expensive to make, and only 2 were ever installed - one at Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and the second at the US Navy Research and Development Center. The effort was a response to IBM's "Stretch" transistorized supercomputer.
See Origins of Cyberspace 1225 and 1226.