Burks, Arthur W. Robert McNaughton, Carl Pollmar, Don W. Warren, Jesse B. Wright. Complete Decoding Nets: General; Theory and Minimality. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1954. Burroughs Research Center, Paoli, Pennsylvania. 11x8 inches, 89pp. Perfect bound. $175.00 (Full text of the document is here.)
Bibliography for Burks, ENIAC, Moore School and IAS vet, among many other things:
- Burks, Arthur W. and Wright, Jesse Bowdle (1952), Theory of Logical Nets. Amazon says: published by Burroughs Adding Machine Co.; Google Books says: published by University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute; 52 pages. Deep Blue
- Burks, Arthur W. and Copi, Irving M. (1954), The logical design of an idealized general-purpose computer, Amazon says: published by Burroughs Corporation Research Center; Google Books says: published by University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute, 154 pages. Deep Blue
- Burks, Arthur W. (1956), The logic of fixed and growing automata, Engineering Research Institute, University of Michigan, 34 pages.
- Burks, Arthur W. and Wang, Hao (1956), The logic of automata, Amazon says: published by Air Research and Development Command; Google Books says: published by University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute; 60 pages. Deep Blue
- Peirce, Charles Sanders and Burks, Arthur W., ed. (1958), the Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce Volumes 7 and 8, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, also Belknap Press (of Harvard University Press) edition, vols. 7-8 bound together, 798 pages, online via InteLex, reprinted in 1998 Thoemmes Continuum.
- Burks, Arthur W. (1971), Essays on Cellular Automata, University of Illinois Press, 375 pages.
- Burks, Arthur W. (1978), Review of The New Elements of Mathematics by Charles S. Peirce, Carolyn Eisele, ed., in the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 84, no. 5, September 1978, Project Euclid Eprint PDF 791KB.
- Burks, Arthur W. (1978), Chance, Cause and Reason: An Inquiry into the Nature of Scientific Evidence, University of Chicago Press, 694 pages.
- Burks, Arthur W. and Burks, Alice R. (1981), "The ENIAC: First General-Purpose Electronic Computer" in Annals of the History of Computing, vol. 3, no. 4, October 1981, pp. 310-399.
- Burks, Arthur W. (1986), Robots and free minds, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan, 97 pages.
- Burks, Alice R. and Burks, Arthur W. (1988), The First Electronic Computer: The Atanasoff Story, 400 pages, University of Michigan Press, UMP catalog page.
- Salmon, Merrilee H., ed. (1990), The Philosophy of Logical Mechanism: Essays in honor of Arthur W. Burks with his responses, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Holland 1990, 552 pages.