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Referências[editar | editar código-fonte]
- Dvorak, John C. (2006-11-25). IBM and the Seven Dwarfs — Dwarf One: Burroughs. Dvorak Uncensored. Página visitada em 2010-07-20.
- Randy Alfred, "Nov. 4, 1952: Univac Gets Election Right, But CBS Balks", This Day in Tech , Wired
- David E. Lundstrom: A Few Good Men from Univac, ISBN 0-7351-0010-1
- Nancy Beth Stern, From Eniac to UNIVAC: An Appraisal of the Eckert-Mauchy Computers, ISBN 0-932376-14-2
- Arthur L. Norberg, Computers and Commerce: A Study of Technology and Management at Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company, Engineering Research Associates, and Remington Rand, 1946-1957 (History of Computing) (Hardcover), ISBN 0-262-14090-X
- James W. Cortada, Before the Computer: IBM, NCR, Burroughs, and Remington Rand and the Industry They Created, 1865-1956 (Studies in Business and Technology), ISBN 0-691-05045-7
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- UNIVAC Conference Oral history on 17-18 May 1990. Charles Babbage Institute University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 171-page transcript of oral history with computer pioneers involved with the Univac computer, held on 17–18 May 1990. The meeting involved 25 engineers, programmers, marketing representatives, and salesmen who were involved with the UNIVAC, as well as representatives from users such as General Electric, Arthur Andersen, and the U.S. Census.
- Oral history interview with Isaac Levin Auerbach Oral history interview by Nancy B. Stern, 10 April 1978. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Auerbach recounts his experiences at Electronic Control Company (later the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company) during 1947-1949. He discusses the BINAC computer project for Northrop Aircraft, the UNIVAC, as well as the roles of the National Bureau of Standards, Northrop Aircraft, Raytheon, Remington Rand, and IBM.
- UNIVAC Memories;
- Unisys History Newsletter.
- Universal Automatic Computer Model II
- UNIVAC 1004 80/90 Card Processor
- The Case 1107
- Unisys History Newsletter. Volume 1, Number 3
- UNIVAC timeline
- A still functional UNIVAC 9400 in a German computer museum
- UNIVAC Simulator 1.2 – by Peter Zilahy Ingerman; Shareware simulator of the UNIVAC I and II
- UNIVAC I/II console photos, 1948-1955 marketing documentation and flash video (Off The Broiler blog)