A ‘language of mathematics’: neutrality as a facilitator of circulation during the Cold War
|Original title:||A ‘language of mathematics’: neutrality as a facilitator of circulation during the Cold War|
|Type:||Article in Proceedings|
|Keywords:||development of programming in Czechoslovakia|
The article is based on the analysis of sources published in the 1950s and 1960s and pertinent to the history of computer programming in the Soviet bloc countries. The analysis shows ties of scientists in the Soviet bloc to their counterparts in Western Europe and the USA.