Michael Faiman Papers, 1958-2001 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Michael Faiman (1935-2004), professor of computer science (1966-99) and director of graduate programs (1985-99), including correspondence concerning the Computer Science Accreditation Board (CSAB) (1969,1993), the Illinois Junior Technical Society (1985-95), the Ofek invention about encoder/decoder system (1989-90), and computer science and professional society conferences (1985-87); manuscript of "EXCEL: Experiments in Computer Electronics and Logic" (1974); ILLIAC II report; circuit diagrams (1961-63); research publications (1966-91); conference notes and papers (1992, 1994); research proposals to the National Science Foundation (1992, 1994); proposals for change in CS curricula (1987-2001); proposals for off-campus programs (1985-88); student project reports and theses (1958-78, 1972-89, 2001); and Computer Science course materials (1973-2001), including lecture notes, handouts, exams, homework and machine problems, and solutions. Correspondents include: Jonathan N. Horner, David L. Powell, Dillion Mapother, Sitrick & Sitrick Attorneys, Saburo Muroga, David Olien, James Pate Philip.
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