New York: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1954. First Edition. 191 pages. 11 x 8 1/2 inches. Original publisher's buff printed wraps. Dampstaining to the covers front and rear. Some marginal impacts internally. Ex-library "Hughes Aircraft Co Research and Development Library" so stamped internally. Inked spine call number. Clean internally otherwise. Good. Wraps. 
Sponsored jointly by the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the Institute of Radio Engineers, and the Association for Computing Machinery, this is one of a series of ongoing conferences which started in February of 1952, each with a different focus. This conference includes many interesting articles including "An Experimental Digital Flight Control System", "A Shaft-to-Digital encoder", "The IBM Magnetic Drum Calculator Type 650 - Engineering and Design" and others. The keynote address was "Will Electronic Principles Make Possible A Business Revolution" by W. W. McDowell. Today that is an easy question to answer. But then it must have been a heady time to be in the nascent computer business. Includes some images of early computers and/or components.
Literature: Origins of Cyberspace #740 which includes a nice listing of the many conferences included in the Origins library from their start in 1952 through 1961.