New York: The Institute of Radio Engineers, Inc. 1955. First Edition. 91 pages. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Publishers original glossy white/green printed wraps. With stamp and date of F. M. Verzuh and notation on front cover, and small notation internally in pen at indicated page. Otherwise clean and bright internally. Rear cover scratched, minor soiling otherwise. Very Good. Wraps. 
Papers presented under the sponsorship of the IRE Professional Group on Electronic Computers at the WESTERN ELECTRONIC Show and Convention. Amongst the various papers presented is one by Seymour R. Cray on computer programmed maintenance while Cray was at Remington Rand. Cray would famously later found Cray Research and build the world's first transistorized supercomputer. Cray supercomputers have been portrayed as well in the popular culture, appearing in various movies where the evil villains can't control their machines. We find very little work by Cray in the market. Professor FM Verzuh worked on the MIT Rapid Arithmetic Machine and attended the Moore School Lectures. Not in Origins of Cyberspace.