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Perspectives on Soviet and Russian Computing

First IFIP WG 9.7 Conference, SoRuCom 2006, Petrozavodsk, Russia, July 3-7, 2006, Revised Selected Papers

  • John Impagliazzo
  • Eduard Proydakov
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Conference proceedings SoRuCom 2006

Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT, volume 357)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. V. I. Smirnov
    Pages 20-25
  3. I. B. Bourdonov, V. P. Ivannikov, A. S. Kossatchev, S. D. Kuznetsov, A. N. Tomilin
    Pages 31-35
  4. Vladislav P. Shirikov
    Pages 36-45
  5. T. M. Alexandridi, U. V. Rogachov
    Pages 46-49
  6. N. L. Prokhorov, G. A. Egorov
    Pages 64-73
  7. Nikolay Petrovich Brusentsov, José Ramil Alvarez
    Pages 74-80
  8. Nikolay Petrovich Brusentsov, Julia Sergeevna Vladimirova
    Pages 81-88
  9. Yuri Vladimirovich Karpilovitch, Yuri Vladimirovich Przhijalkovskiy, Gennadiy Dmitrievich Smirnov
    Pages 89-97
  10. Jaroslav Khetagourov
    Pages 98-102
  11. Zoya Alekseeva
    Pages 103-116
  12. Irina Krainev, Natalia Cheremnykh
    Pages 117-125
  13. Alexander Gurievich Marchuk
    Pages 126-133
  14. A. A. Baehrs
    Pages 134-141
  15. Mikhail Bulyonkov
    Pages 142-151
  16. B. M. Malashevich, D. B. Malashevich
    Pages 152-163

About these proceedings


This book contains a collection of thoroughly refereed papers derived from the First IFIP WG 9.7 Conference on Soviet and Russian Computing, held in Petrozavodsk, Russia, in July 2006. The 32 revised papers were carefully selected from numerous submissions; many of them were translated from Russian. They reflect much of the shining history of computing activities within the former Soviet Union from its origins in the 1950s with the first computers used for military decision-making problems up to the modern period where Russian ICT grew substantially, especially in the field of custom-made programming.


Andrei Ershov Russian computer science Soviet computer science communication technology computer engineering computer industry formation teaching computer science

Editors and affiliations

  • John Impagliazzo
    • 1
  • Eduard Proydakov
    • 2
  1. 1.Hofstra UniversityFort SalongaUSA
  2. 2.Virtual Computer MuseumMoscowRussian Federation

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