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"
    Extract, from Chapter 3
  • 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.
"Store eternally"
THE "SOVIET COMPUTER PIONEERS"
BOOK CONTENTS:
SOME PHOTOS FROM THESE BOOKS:
INSTEAD OF A PREFACE
FROM THE AUTHOR
WAY TO IMMORTALITY
Founders of Soviet Computer Technology. Pioneers among Pioneers
Creative Rivalry
The First Computing Center
"It Will Be a Good Machine !"
The Postwar Renaissance
The Triumph of the Scientist
"To Avoid a War"
Lebedev's Scientific School
One is Never a Prophet in One's Own Country!
THE LAST FEATOF THE SCIENTIST
The 3rd of january, 1982
The fourth of january, 1982
The 5th of january, 1982
The 6th of january, 1982
The 7th of january, 1982
The 8th of january, 1982
The 9th of january, 1982
January 10-11, 1982
THE GLORIOUS TRIAD
Pioneer of computer Technology
M-1, M-2, M-3 computers and their creators
M-1, M-2, M-3 computers and their creators
New Enthusiasm
...Veterans' recollections
Nikolai Matyuhin
The secrets of post- war years
The second birth of M-3 computer
Belorussia computer industry organizer
Michael Kartsev
Overtaking the time
The last battle
One of very few
SON OF THE EPOCH
Outstanding talent
The parents' roots
The new dawn
Senior constructor of URAL computers
The vain hopes
THE CREATOR OF TRINARY COMPUTER
FOUNDER OF NON-TRADITIONAL COMPUTER ARITHMETICS
THE SOVIET SCIENTIST FROM AMERICA
At sources of microelectronics
Are Alfred Sarant and Philip Staros
ONE MORE THING which was left without care...
Development of computer building industry in the USSR
The God father of soviet computer industry
Instead of the epilogue
NOTHING MORE DEAR...
   
Academician S.A.Lebedev (1902-1974) - originator of the homegrown computers. 15 types of super electronic counting machines were created under his guidance starting from electronic counting machines on tubes to electronic counting machines on integral elements.

The first electronic counting machine MESM in continental Europe. Designed under the leadership of Academician S.A. Lebedev (Kyiv, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 1948-1951).

Big electronic counting machine BESM, designed under the leadership of S.A.Lebedev (Kyiv-Moscow, The USSR Academy of Sciences, 1950-1952).

Memorial Board in Kyiv honoring the memory of Academician S.A. Lebedev.

Isaak Brook (1902-1974) - pioneer of the home computer technics, corresponding member of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

The first electronic counting machine in Russia, designed under the leadership of I.S.Brook (Moscow, The USSR Academy of Sciences, 1949-1951).

Outstanding Ukrainian scientist, pioneer of the computer science, originator of the theory of digital automata Academician V.M.Glushkov (1923-1982).

The first in the USSR and in the continental Europe many-purpose control machine "Dnieper", designed under the leadership of Academician V.M.Glushkov and corresponding member of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences B.N.Malynovsky (Kyiv, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 1958-1961).

"Promyn" electronic counting machine for engineering computations. Designed under the leadership of Academician V.M.Glushkov (Kyiv, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 1959-1963).

MIR 1 electronic counting machine for engineering computations - the predecessor of the personal computers. Designed under the leadership of Academician V.M.Glushkov and Dr.ph.S.Pogrebinsky (Kyiv, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 1963-1966).

MIR 3 electronic counting machine for engineering computations. Designed under the leadership of Academician V.M.Glushkov and Dr.ph. S.Pogrebinsky (Kyiv, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, 1965-1968).

Pioneer of the home computer technics professor N.P.Brusnetsov

Laboratory model of "Setun" - the first and the only trinary (ternary) electronic counting machine in the world. Designed under the leadership of N.P.Brusnetsov (The University of Moscow, 1956-1958).

Serially produced trinary electronic counting machine "Setun". Designed under the leadership of N.P.Brusnetsov (Moscow, 1957-1960).

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.