The books about history of computer science and technology in the former USSR

Boris Malinovsky


Compact disc "History of Development of Information Technologies in Ukraine"

by professor Boris N.Malinovsky:

  • "Small stories about great scientists". In Russian language. Kyiv, "Gorobets". 2013, 400 p., 140 photos, ISBN 978-966-8508-42-4.
  • "Documentary Trilogy". In Russian language. Kyiv, "Gorobets". 2011, 336 p., 90 photos, ISBN 978-966-2377-19-4.
  • "Store eternally". In Ukrainian, English languages. Kyiv, Vydavnychiy Dim "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy". 2007, 176 p., 100 photos, ISBN 978-966-518-436-2.
  • "Store eternally". In Russian, English languages. Kyiv, "Gorobets". 2007, 176 p., 100 photos, ISBN 978-966-518-436-2.
  • "There is Nothing More Precious..." In Russian language, Kyiv, "Gorobets", 2005, 336 p., 272 photos, ISBN 5-87534-218-8.
  • The book "Soviet computer pioneers", Kyiv, 1995, 380 p., 130 photos.
    English version of the book "Pioneers of Soviet Computing"
  • The history of computer technology in personalities - academician Sergey Lebedev. In Russian language, Kyiv, 1992, 126 p., 30 photos, ISBN 5-12-003975-8.
  • Academician Victor Glushkov. In Russian language, Kyiv, 1993, 140 p., 50 photos, ISBN 5-12-003983-9
  • Essays on history of Computer Science and Technology in Ukraine. In Russian language, Kyiv, "Feniks", 1998, 452 p., 210 photos, ISBN 5-87534-218-8.
  • Academician Victor Glushkov. Golden Landmarks in the History of Computer Science and Technology in Ukraine Kyiv, "BMUPoL". 2003, 183 p., ISBN966-7979-39-3.
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History Computer Science Books:

  • Clark R. Mollenhoff. Atanasoff: Forgotten Father of the Computer, "Iowa State University Press, Ames", 1998, 275 p. ISBN 0-8138-0032-3.
  • Georg Trogemann, Alexander Nitussov, Wolfgang Ernst. Computing in Russia. The History of Computer Devices and Information Technology revealed, Koln, Germany, "Vieweg", 2001, 350 p. ISBN 3-528-05757-2.
  • Marcello Morelli. Dalle Calcolatrici AI Computer Degli Anni Cinquanta. I Protagonisti e le Macchine Della Storia Dell'Informatica. Milano, Italy, "FrancoAngeli", 2001, 400 p., ISBN 88-464-2879-X.
  • Herbert Matis. Die Wundermashcine. Die unendliche Geschichte der Datenverarbeitung - von der Rechenuhr zum Internet. Frankfurt/Wien: Redline Wirtschaft bei Ueberreuter, 2002, 392 p., ISBN 3-8323-0936-5.
  • Slava Gerovich. From Newspeak to Cyber-Speak. A History of Soviet Cybernetics. "The MIT Press", Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England, 2002, 369 p., ISBN 0-262-07232-7.
  • Kovacs Gyozo. Valogatott kalandozasaim Informatikaban. Budapest, "GAMA-GEO Kft. Masszi Kiado", 2002, 331 p., ISBN 963-9454-22-2.
  • Mike Hally. Electronic Brains/Stories from the Dawn of the Computer Age, London, "Granta Books". 2005, 274 p., ISBN1 86207 663 4.