MSS 00206 Guide to the Norman Robert Bell papers, 1958 - 1974
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Bell, Norman R.
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Received from Norman Robert Bell, 1990 May 16.
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The Norman Robert Bell papers consists of materials for electrical engineering courses at North Carolina State College (now North Carolina State University), speeches, presentations, and reprints of journal articles. Article titles include "System Design of a Small General Purpose Digital Computer" (1966), "Symmetric Circuits and the Concept of Logical Potential" (1967), "A Map Method for the Teaching of the Fundamental Concepts of Compound-Input Logic Circuits" (1968), and "Fluidic Realization of Threshold Logic" (1968).
Syracuse, N.Y., native Norman Robert Bell (1918 - 1994) received a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Lehigh University in 1939 and a master's degree in engineering from Cornell University in 1945. He served as a professor of electrical engineering at North Carolina State University from 1958 to 1982. He was also a well-regarded amateur astronomist.
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