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(1989). Information Technology and the Conduct of Research: The UserÌs View (Report of the Panel on Information Technology and Research ). Washington D.C.: National Academy of Science.

(1995, 3/21). Social infrastructure may be key to Silicon Valley economy, dean says. Stanford Observer, pp. 1.

(1995). Index of Silicon Valley . San Jose, Ca.: Joint Venture: Silicon Valley.

Arnold, J. T., Dharmatti, S. S., & Packard, M. E. (1951). Chemical Effects on Nuclear Induction Signals from Organic Compounds. Journal of Chemical Physics, 19, 507.

Augarten, S. (1984). Bit by Bit: An Illustrated History of Computers. New York: Ticknor & Fields.

Backus, J. (1981). The History of FORTRAN I, II, and III. In R. L. Wexelblat (Ed.), History of Programming Languages, (pp. 25-45). New York: Academic Press.

Bardeen, J., & Brattain, W. (1949). Physical Principles Involved in Transistor Action. Physics Review, 75(8), 1209-1225.

Bardeen, J. (1956, ). Semiconductor Research Leading To The Point Contact Transistor, Nobel Lecture. Paper presented at the Nobel Prize in Physics, Stockholm, Sweden.

Beniger, J. R. (1986). The Control Revolution: Technological and Economic Origins of the Information Society. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Berg, P. (1980, 12/8). Dissections and Reconstructions of Genes and Chromosome. Paper presented at the Nobel Prize, Stockholm, Sweden.

Bernstein, B. J. (1967). The Debate on Industrial Reconversion: The Protection of Oligopoly and Military Control of the Economy. THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY., 26, 159-172.

Bewley, W. L., Roberts, T. L., Schroit, D., & Verplank, W. L. (1983). Human Factors Testing in the Design of XeroxÌs 8010 ÏStarÓ Office Workstation. SIGCHI Bulletin((special issue)), 72-77.

Blume, S. S. (1992). The Constitution of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Insight and IndustryÛOn the Dynamic of Technological Change in Medicine, (pp. 191-224). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Borofsky, A. J. (1965, June 8Ò10). Electronic Components For Minuteman II. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual National Electronic Packaging Conference, Long Beach, California.

Borrus, M. G. (1988). Competing for Control. Cambridge, Mass: Ballinger.

Bracken, P. (1984). The Command and Control of Nuclear Forces. , 252.

Braun, E., & Macdonald, S. (1982). Revolution in Miniature: The history and impact of semiconductor electronics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brown, G. (1973). HP: The Early Years, (pp. 13).

Bud, R. (1993). The Uses of Life: A History of Biotechnology. London: The London Science Museum.

Bureau Of Public relations, U. S. G. (1946). ENIAC Press Release, (pp. 2). Washington, D.C.

Burgelman, R. A. (1992). Fading Memories: A Process Study of Strategic Business Exit in Dynamic Environments (Research Paper Series ). Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University.

Bush, V. (1945). Science: The Endless Frontier. Washington, D.C.: US Government Printing Office.

Bush, V. (1945). As We May Think. Atlantic Monthly, 176(7), 101-108.

Cortada, J. W. (1993). The Computer in The United States. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

David, P. (1986). UNDERSTANDING THE ECONOMICS OF QWERTY. In W. N. Parker (Ed.), Economic History and the Modern Economist, . Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

David, P. (1988). PATH-DEPENDENCE: PUTTING THE PAST INTO THE FUTURE OF ECONOMICS (Technical Report ). Stanford, Ca.: Stanford Institute for Mathematics in the Social Sciences.

de Forest, L. (1949). Letter from Lee De Forest to Frederick Terman, (pp. 1). Chicago, Illinois.

Dorfman, N. S. (1983). Route 128: The development of a regional high technology economy. Research Policy, 12, 299-316.

Edwards, P. (1994). From ÎImpactÌ to Social Process: Computers in Society and Culture. In S. Jasanoff, T. Pinch, G. Markle, & J. Petersen (Eds.), Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, (pp. 257-285). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.

Edwards, P. (1994). Hyper Text and Hypertension: Post-Structuralist Critical Theory, Social Studies of Science, and Software. Social Studies of Science, 24, 229-78.

Edwards, P. N. (1996). The Closed World: Computers and the Politics of Discourse in Cold War America. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Eklund, J. (1994). Interview with Douglas Engelbart, . Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Elmer-Dewitt, P. (Ed.). (1995). Welcome to Cyberspace. (Vol. 145). New York: Time, Inc.

Engelbart, D. (1962). Augmented Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework . Menlo Park, California: Stanfor Research Institute.

Engelbart, D. (1988). The Augmented Knowledge Workshop. In A. Goldberg (Ed.), A History of Personal Workstations, (pp. 185-232). New York: ACM Press.

Enochs, H. (1962). Electronics Research in The Space Age . Palo Alto, California: Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce.

Everett, R. R. e. a. (1957, ). SAGE: A Data-Processing System for Air Defense. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Eastern Joint Computer Conference, Washington, DC.

Feeney, J. (1992). Development of high resolution NMR spectroscopy as a structural tool. In R. Bud & S. Cozzens (Eds.), Invisible Connections; Instruments, Institutions, and Science, (pp. 199-216). Bellingham, Washington: SPIE Optical Engineering Press.

Ferguson, C. H., & Morris, C. R. (1993). Computer Wars. New York: Random House.

Flamm, K. (1988). Creating the Computer. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution.

Frieberger , P., & Swaine, M. (1994). Fire in the Valley. Berkeley, California: Osborne/Mc-Graw Hill.

Friedman, L., & Gordon, R. (1989). Law, Lawyers, and Legal Practice in Silicon Valley. Indiana Law Journal, 64, 555.

Friedrich, O. (1983, 1/3). Machine of the Year: The Computer Moves In. Time.

Ginzton, E. L., & Nunan, M. S. (1984). History of Microwave Electron Linear Accelerators for Radiotherapy . Stanford, California: Varian Associates.

Giuliano, V. (1991). The Mechanization of Office Work. In C. Dunlop & R. Kling (Eds.), Computerization and Controversy, (pp. 200-212). New York: Academic Press.

Goer, D. A. (1985). Radiation Therapy Treatment. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, NS-30(2).

Greenberger, M. (1964, May). The Computers of Tomorrow. Atlantic Monthly.

Hall, S. S. (1987). Invisible frontiers : the race to synthesize a human gene. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press.

Hanson. (1983). THE CHANGING ROLE OF ACCELERATORS IN RADIATION THERAPY. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, NS-30(2).

Helmreich, S. (1995). Anthropology Inside And Outside The Looking-Glass Worlds Of Artificial Life. Unpublished Dissertation, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

Henderson, R. (1994). Measuring Competence? Exploring Firm Effects in Pharmaceutical Research. (unpublished manuscript ): M.I.T.

Henderson, R. (1994). The Evolution of Integrative Capability: Innovation in Cardiovascular Drug Discovery. (unpublished manuscript ): M.I.T.

Hewlett, W. (1935). Letter to Frederick Terman, (pp. 5). SC 498: Stanford University Archives.

Hoare, C. A. R. (1984). Programming: Sorcery or Science? IEEE Software, 1(2), 5-16.

Hoefler, D. C. (1971, January 3). Silicon Valley, USA. Electronic News, 3.

Hoerni, J. A. (1961). Planar Silicon Transistors And Diodes (Fairchild Semiconductor Technical Articles And Papers). Bristol, England: Fairchild Semiconductor.

Horne, D. F. (1983). Photomasks, Scales and Gratings. Bristol, England: Adam Hilger Ltd.

Horne, D. F. (1986). Microcircuit production technology. Bristol, England: Adam Hilger Ltd.

Jacky, J. (1987). The Strategic Computing Program. In D. Bellin & G. Chapman (Eds.), Computers in Battle: Will They Work?, (pp. 171-208). New York: Harcourt Brace.

Jacobs, J. F. (1983). SAGE Overview. Annals of the History of Computing, 5(4), 323-329.

Karplus, M. (1987). Molecular dynamics simulations of proteins. Physics Today, 40(10), 68-72.

Kevles, D. (1990). Cold War and Hot Physics: Science, security, and the American state, 1945-56. Historical studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 20(2), 239-264.

Laughlin, J. S. (1983). History of Medical Physics. Physics Today, July, 26-33.

Ledley, R. S. (1965). Uses of Computers in Biology and Medicine. Ne York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Lenoir, T., & LÈcuyer, C. (1995). Instrument Makers and Discipline Builders: The Case of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Perspectives on Science, 3(3), 276-245.

Leslie, S., & Hevly, B. (1985). Steeple Building at Stanford. Proceedings of the IEEE, 73(July), 1169-1180.

Leslie, S. (1993). The Cold War and American Science. New York: Columbia University Press.

Levinthal, E. C., & Lederberg, J. (1980). Cytochemical Studies Of Planetary Microorganisms Explorations In Exobiology (Grant NSG 81-60). Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University.

Levy, S. (1984). Hackers. Garden City, New York: ANCHOR PRESS/DOUBLEDAY.

Licklider, J. C. R. (1960). Man-computer Symbiosis. IRE Transactions on Human Factors in Electronics, NEED(March), 4-11.

Lindsay, R. K., Buchanan, B. G., Feigenbaum, E. A., & Lederberg, J. (1980). Applications Of Artificial Intelligence For Organic Chemistry The Dendral Project. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company.

Lipkie. (1982). Star Graphics: An Object-Oriented Implementation. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 115-124.

Lowen, R. S. (1991). Transforming the University: Administrators, Physicists, and Industrial and Federal Patronage at Stanford, 1935-9. HISTORY OF EDUCATION QUARTERLY, 31(3), 159-72.

Lowood, H., & Adams, J. (1986). Interview With Douglas Engelbart, Part 1, (pp. 26): Stanford University Libraries.

Lowood, H., & Adams, J. (1987). Interview With Douglas Engelbart, Part 2, (pp. 29): Stanford University Libraries.

Lowood, H., & Adams, J. (1987). Interview With Douglas Engelbart, Part 3, (pp. 26). Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Libraries.

Lowood, H., & Adams, J. (1987). Interview With Douglas Engelbart, Part 4, (pp. 20). Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Libraries.

Lowood, H. (1987). From steeples of excellence to Silicon Valley : the story of Varian Associates and Stanford Industrial Park. Stanford, Ca.: Varian Associates.

Lynch, M. F., Harrison, J. M., Town, W. G., & Ash, J. E. (1971). Computer Handling of Chemical Structure Information. New York: American Elsevier Inc.

Lynch, M. F., Harrison, J. M., Town, W. G., & Ash, J. E. (1971). Computer Handling of Chemical Structure Information. New York: American Elsevier Inc.

Malone, M. S. (1994, April). Is Silicon Valley Over the Hill? (Not to mention Boston, Phoenix, Austin, Raleigh . . .). Upside.

Malone, M. (1994, November). The MicroprocessorÌs 25th Birthday: An Industry Debate. Upside.

Malone, M. S. (1996). Microprocessor: A Biography. Santa Clara, Ca.: TELOS.

Misa, T. J. (1985). Military Needs, Commercial Realities, and the Development of the Transistor, 1948-1958. In M. R. Smith (Ed.), Military Enterprise and Technological Change: Perspectives on the American Experience, (pp. 253-287). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Mogee, M. E., & Kolar, R. G. (1992). Extracting Useful Information For Technology Management From International Patent Records . Falls Church, Va.: Mogee Research & Analysis Associates.

Mowery, D. C., & Rosenberg, N. (1989). Technology and the Pursuit of Economic Growth. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Nelson, T. (1972). As We Will Think . Uxbridge, England: Brunel University.

Nelson, R., & Rosenberg, N. (1994). The Roles of Universities in the Advance of Industrial Technology. Research Policy, 23(NEED), NEED.

Norberg, A. (1976). The Origins of Electronics Industry on The Pacific Coast. Physics Proceedings for the IEEE, 64, 1314-1322.

Noyce, R. (1977, ). Microelectronics. Scientific American, 23, 63-69.

Oldham, W. G. (1977). The Fabrication of Microelectronic Circuits. Scientific American, 237(3), 111-128.

Packard, M. (1980, ). The Varian Story. Paper presented at the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Perry, S. T. a. W., Paul. (1985). Inside the PARC: the Îinformation architectsÌ. IEEE Spectrum, 18((October 1985)), 62-75.

Proctor, W. G., & Yu, F. C. (1950). The Dependence of a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Frequency upon Chemical Compounds. Physical Review, 77, 717.

Proctor, W. G., & Yu, F. C. (1950). On the Magnetic Moments of Mn55, Co59, Cl37, N15, and N14. Physical Review, 77, 716.

Pugh, E. W. (1995). Building IBM : shaping an industry and its technology. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Reback, G., Creighton, S., Killam, D., & Nathanson, N. (1994). Technological, Economic and Legal Perspectives regarding MicrosoftÌs Business Strategy in Light on the Proposed Acquisition of Intuit, Inc. . Palo Alto, California: Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati.

Reback, G., Creighton, S., Killam, D., Nathanson, N., & Gross, I. (1995). Memorandum of Amici Curiae in Opposition to Proposed Final Judgment. (Civil Action No. 94-1564). Palo Alto, California: Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati.

Reimerst, N. J., Ditzel, R., & OÌneill, W. (1982). Problems in Enforcing Patents and in Commercializing Patented Subject Matter in the Genetic Engineering Field: Discussion. In D. W. Plant & e. al (Eds.), Patenting of Life Forms, (Vol. 10, ). Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Rheingold, H. (1985). Tools For Thought: The People and Ideas of the Next Computer Revolution. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Rheingold, H. (1985). The virtual community : homesteading on the electronic frontier. Reading, Massachusettes: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.

Rogers , E. M., & Larsen, J. K. (1984). Silicon Valley Fever. New York: Basic Books, Inc., Publishers.

Rosenberg, N. (1991). S&T Interfaces. Science and Public Policy, 18(6), 335-346.

Rosenberg, N. (1994). Exploring the black box: Technology, economics, and history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Saxenian, A. (1989). Regional Networks and the Resurgence of Silicon Valley (Working Paper). Berkeley, California: Institute of Urban & Regional Development.

Saxenian, A. (1995, 5/25). The Limits of Autarky. Paper presented at the Seminar on the History of Science and Technology, Stanford University.

Schoolery, J. (1993). NMR in the Beginning. Analytical Chemistry, 65, 731-741.

Scott, A. (1993). Technopolis: High-Technology Industry and Regional Development in Southern California. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Shockley, W. (1976). The Path to the Conception of the Junction Transistor. IEEE Transactions On Electron Devices, ED-23(7).

Shuman, T. M. (1986). Computerization and the Politics of Medical Decision-Making (Working Paper ). Santa Cruz, Calif.: Silicon Valley Research Group.

Sinsheimer, R. L. (1977). Recombinant DNA. Annual Review of Biochemistry, 46, 415-438.

Slater, R. (1987). Portraits in Silicon. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Sporkin, S. (1996). US v. Microsoft, Memorandum Opinion (Civial Action No.: 94-1546). Washington, D.C.: United States District Court.

Terman, F. E. (1976, 6/15). Electrical Engineering EducationÛThen and Now. Paper presented at the American Society of Electrical Engineers, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Toole, B. A. (1992). Ada, the Enchantress of Numbers. Mill Valley, CA: Strawberry Press.

Turing, A. (1950). Computing Machinery Intelligence. MIND, 109(236), 433-460.

Vallee, J. (1982). The network revolution : confessions of a computer scientist. Berkeley, Calif.: And/Or Press.

Valley, G. E., Jr. (1985). How the SAGE Development Began. Annals of the History of Computing, 7(3), 196-226.

Van Creveld, M. (1985). Command in War. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Van Gelder, L. (1991). The Strange Case of the Electronic Lover. In C. Dunlop & R. Kling (Eds.), Computerization and Controversy, (pp. 364-375). New York: Academic Press.

Von Hippel, E. (1988). Sources of Innovation. New York: Oxford University Press.

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Williams, J. C. (1990). The Rise of Silicon Valley. Invention & Technology(Spring/Summer), 18-24.

Winkler, K.-H., Chalmers, J. W., Hodson, S. W., Woodward, P. R., & Zabusky, N. J. (1987). A Numerical Laboratory. Physics Today, 40(10), 28-37.

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Zabusky, N. J. (1987). Grappling with Complexity. Physics Today, 40(10), 25-27.

Zuboff, S. (1988). In the Age of the Smart Machine: The Future of Work and Power. New York: Basic Books.



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