Institut für Buchkunst Leipzig, 2007. 200 pages with illustrations, German/ Englisch, ISBN 3-932865-48-0, graphic design by Helmut Voelter, Leipzig | Order here

 

SETUN. An Inquiry to the Soviet Ternary Computer. (Preface and Bibliography) PDF 250 Kb

 

The book compliments my artistic research that also turned into an installation an performance.

 

Contents

Preface — 14

FRANCIS HUNGER
SETUN’s Reverberations. How the SETUN Computer was Perceived by the “Western” Scientific Community — 60

BORIS MALINOVSKY
The Maker of the Ternary Computing Machine — 124

DMITRY RUMYANTSEV
No More Bits! An Interview with Nikolai P. Brusentsov, the Inventor of the Ternary Computer — 166

Appendix
Institutional affiliation of the scientists who were cited in ‘SETUN’s Reverberations’ — 178
Early exchange visits of computer scientists between the USSR and the US — 184
Bibliography — 188