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MC 00283 Preliminary Inventory to the Richard E. Nance Papers, 1950s-2004

The collection is organized into four series: teaching and research, professional service, collected publications, and audio/visual materials. The materials are organized topically or by type then chronologically within each series.
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[Box 1, Folder 1] CP5343, 1972
[Box 1, Folder 2] CS/IEOR 4150, 1978
[Box 1, Folder 3] Simulation 80, 1980
[Box 1, Folder 4] CS2040 (1 of 2), 1982
[Box 1, Folder 5] CS2040 (2 of 2), 1982
[Box 1, Folder 6] Dean Evaluation Committee, 1982
[Box 1, Folder 7] CS5224, 1988
[Box 1, Folder 8] Simula 67 and other transparencies, c. 1988
[Box 1, Folder 9] CS5160 (student term papers), 1988
[Box 2, Folder 1] CS5224, 1992
[Box 2, Folder 2] CS5224, 1999-2000
[Box 2, Folder 3] CS5486, 1999
[Box 2, Folder 4] CS2040
[Box 2, Folder 5] Supervised thesis, 1986
[Box 2, Folder 6] Supervised thesis, 1988
[Box 2, Folder 7] Committee thesis, 1990
[Box 3, Folder 1] Supervised project report, 1990
[Box 3, Folder 2] Benjamin Kellar's Ph.D. proposal, 1994
[Box 3, Folder 3] ORSA/TIMS, "Efficiency and Utilization in Multi-Processor Computer Systems", 1974
[Box 3, Folder 4] TIMS/ORSA Systems and Simulation Session, 1975
[Box 3, Folder 5] Simulation/SIMSCRIPT, "Transformation of Variates", 1976
[Box 3, Folder 6] Miscellaneous Seminars, 1976
[Box 3, Folder 8] "Statistical Considerations in Simulation", 1976?
[Box 3, Folder 7] "A Random Number Generator for Small Word Length Computers", 1976?
[Box 3, Folder 9] "The Essential Components of a Simulation Analysis", 1976?
[Box 3, Folder 10] "Fundamental Difficulties in Model Description in Simulation Programing Languages", 1978
[Box 3, Folder 11] Naval Surface Warfare Center, Senior Navy Executive Seminar on Computing, 1979
[Box 3, Folder 12] NCC, "Simulation Languages, Is the Past a Prologue?", 1979
[Box 3, Folder 13] Simulation Management, 1981
[Box 3, Folder 14] Model Management Systems, 1981
[Box 4, Folder 1] Model management materials, 1981-1984
[Box 4, Folder 2] ORSA/TIMS, "Glimpse at a Technology for Simulation Modeling", 1981
[Box 4, Folder 3] Ferran College, "Computing for the Humanities and Arts", 1982
[Box 4, Folder 4] Winter Simulation Conference (1 of 2), 1989
[Box 4, Folder 5] Winter Simulation Conference (2 of 2), 1989
[Box 4, Folder 6] Blue Ribbon Panel Report, 1989
[Box 4, Folder 7] HOPL II Paper and conference information (1 of 2), 1992
[Box 4, Folder 8] HOPL II Paper and conference information (2 of 2), 1992
[Box 5, Folder 1] Software Engineering Workshop, 1992
[Box 5, Folder 2] Winter Simulation Conference program, 1995
[Box 5, Folder 3] The Modeling and Simulation Profession, 1996
[Box 5, Folder 4] The Modeling and Simulation Profession, 1997
[Box 5, Folder 5] Summary of the Workshop on Simulation Languages, 1966
[Box 5, Folder 6] NCSUG1, 1966
[Box 5, Folder 7] IE631 Notes (1 of 2), 1966
[Box 5, Folder 8] IE631 Notes (2 of 2), 1966
[Box 5, Folder 9] Assorted papers on simulation, 1966
[Box 6, Folder 1] Assorted papers on simulation, 1964-1969
[Box 6, Folder 2] Assorted papers on simulation, 1964-1969
[Box 6, Folder 3] GASP run, 1972
[Box 6, Folder 4] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 6, Folder 5] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 6, Folder 6] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 6, Folder 7] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 6, Folder 8] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 1] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 2] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 3] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 4] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 5] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 6] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 7] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 7, Folder 8] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 1] Quadratic random number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 2] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 3] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 4] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 5] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 6] Pseudorandom number generators materials, 1950s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 7] Semi-Markov process numerical solutions, 1960s-1970s
[Box 8, Folder 8] Pseudorandom number generators and output analysis, 1980s-2002
[Box 9, Folder 1] Multiprocessor paper with UNB (1 of 3), 1974
[Box 9, Folder 2] Multiprocessor paper with UNB (2 of 3), 1974
[Box 9, Folder 3] Multiprocessor paper with UNB (3 of 3), 1974
[Box 9, Folder 4] Dynamic Quantum (1 of 2), 1975
[Box 9, Folder 5] Dynamic Quantum (2 of 2), 1975
[Box 9, Folder 6] Background papers, 1975-1976
[Box 9, Folder 7] Background papers, 1975-1976
[Box 10, Folder 1] NBS Report (1 of 2), 1977
[Box 10, Folder 2] NBS Report (2 of 2), 1977
[Box 10, Folder 3] ESCL, 1979
[Box 10, Folder 4] Miscellanous technical reprint, "Transaction Flow Models in ADA: Techical Background", 1981
[Box 10, Folder 5] NWSC Presentation, "Through a Glass Dimly", 1981 or 1987
[Box 10, Folder 6] ASWE Presentation, "Conical Methodology", early 1980s?
[Box 10, Folder 7] Dynamic Hierarchy materials, 1984
[Box 10, Folder 8] Dynamic Hierarchy materials, 1984
[Box 10, Folder 9] Dynamic Hierarchy materials, 1984
[Box 11, Folder 1] Dynamic hierarchy materials (1 of 3), 1985
[Box 11, Folder 2] Dynamic hierarchy materials (2 of 3), 1985
[Box 11, Folder 3] Dynamic hierarchy materials (3 of 3), 1985
[Box 11, Folder 4] AI and Simulation paper (1 of 2), 1985-1987
[Box 11, Folder 5] AI and Simulation paper (2 of 2), 1985-1987
[Box 11, Folder 6] Queuing Theory, 1987
[Box 11, Folder 7] Queuing text (1 of 3), 1987
[Box 11, Folder 8] Queuing text (2 of 3), 1987
[Box 12, Folder 1] Queuing text (3 of 3), numerical example work, 1987
[Box 12, Folder 2] Warp mechanism and Object oriented language, 1987
[Box 12, Folder 3] Poor Health of Navy Software, 1988
[Box 12, Folder 4] SPL paper draft, 1988
[Box 12, Folder 5] History of SPLs, 1988
[Box 12, Folder 6] Assorted materials, 1988?
[Box 12, Folder 7] ARM research with Benjamin Keller (1 of 2), 1989
[Box 12, Folder 8] ARM research with Benjamin Keller (2 of 2), 1989
[Box 13, Folder 1] Model Development Environments Project, 1981
[Box 13, Folder 2] Model Development Environments Project, 1982
[Box 13, Folder 3] Model Development Environments Project, 1983
[Box 13, Folder 4] Model Development Environments Project, 1983
[Box 13, Folder 5] Model Development Environments Project, 1984
[Box 13, Folder 6] Model Development Environments Project, Evaluation of the Unix Host, 1984
[Box 13, Folder 7] Model Development Environments Project, Model Generator Proto II, 1984
[Box 13, Folder 8] Model Development Environments Project, Project Memorandum, 1984
[Box 13, Folder 9] Model Development Environments Project, Symbolic Exceution Graphs, 1985
[Box 13, Folder 10] Model Development Environments Project, Diagnostic Techniques, 1985
[Box 13, Folder 11] Model Development Environments Project, Diagnostic Techniques, 1986-1987
[Box 13, Folder 12] Model Development Environments Project, 1987
[Box 13, Folder 13] Model Development Environments Project, 1987
[Box 14, Folder 1] Model Development Environments Project, 1988
[Box 14, Folder 2] Model Development Environments Project, Papers with Jack Wallace, 1988
[Box 14, Folder 3] Model Development Environments Project, Specification Languages: Understanding their Role in Simulation Model Development, with Barger (1 of 3), 1988
[Box 14, Folder 4] Model Development Environments Project, Specification Languages: Understanding their Role in Simulation Model Development, with Barger (2 of 3), 1988
[Box 14, Folder 5] Model Development Environments Project, Specification Languages: Understanding their Role in Simulation Model Development, with Barger (3 of 3), 1988
[Box 14, Folder 6] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (1 of 13) Conceptual Frameworks, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 7] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (2 of 13) MDE Model, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 8] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (3 of 13) Model Generator Prototype I, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 9] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (4 of 13) Model Generator Prototype II, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 10] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (5 of 13) Command Language Interpreter, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 11] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (6 of 13) Model Analyzer/Translation, 1980s
[Box 14, Folder 12] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (7 of 13) Assistance Manager, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 1] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (8 of 13) Other, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 2] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (9 of 13) Diagnostics, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 3] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (9 of 13) UNIX/EUNICE, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 4] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (10 of 13) SMSDL, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 5] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (11 of 13) SMSDL, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 6] Model Development Environments Project, Project Binder (12 of 13) SMSDL, 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 7] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (1 of 7), 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 8] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (2 of 7), 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 9] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (3 of 7), 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 10] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (4 of 7), 1980s
[Box 15, Folder 11] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (5 of 7), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 1] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (6 of 7), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 2] Model Development Environments Project, Research Diary (7 of 7), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 3] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (1 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 4] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (2 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 5] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (3 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 6] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (4 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 7] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (5 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 8] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (6 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 9] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (7 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 10] Model Development Environments Project, Presentations (8 of 8), 1980s
[Box 16, Folder 11] Distributed Simulation (1 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 16, Folder 12] Distributed Simulation (2 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 16, Folder 13] Distributed Simulation (3 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 16, Folder 14] Distributed Simulation (4 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 16, Folder 15] Distributed Simulation (5 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 17, Folder 1] Distributed Simulation (6 of 6), 1988-1990
[Box 17, Folder 2] History of programing languages materials (1 of 3), 1960s-1980s
[Box 17, Folder 3] History of programing languages materials (2 of 3), 1960s-1980s
[Box 17, Folder 4] History of programing languages materials (3 of 3), 1960s-1980s
[Box 17, Folder 5] History of discreet event simulation languages: Dahl, Pritsker, and Kivat, 1976-1993
[Box 17, Folder 6] Kivat on GASP (1 of 2), 1960s-1990s
[Box 17, Folder 7] Kivat on GASP (2 of 2), 1960s-1990s
[Box 18, Folder 1] Dahl materials on SIMULA, 1967-1977
[Box 18, Folder 2] History of Discreet Event Simulation Programming Languages, 1995
[Box 18, Folder 3] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, Defining Objectives:Project Personnel Interviews, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 4] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, WSA&E Plan, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 5] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, CM Guide, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 6] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, Doc. Conventions, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 7] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, DOD Directive, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 7] Multiwarfare Assessment and Research System, Simulation Models, 1994
[Box 18, Folder 8] Software Reuse, 1992-1994
[Box 18, Folder 9] Cost Modelling paper with Ben Keller, 1992-1994
[Box 18, Folder 10] FHWA handbook, volume 1, 1995?
[Box 18, Folder 11] Simulation materials, 1986-1995
[Box 19, Folder 1] Simulation materials, 1976-2001
[Box 19, Folder 2] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 3] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 4] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 5] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 6] Software Engineering materials: Measurement, Metrics, and Indicators, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 7] Software Engineering materials: Software Maintenance Issues, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 8] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 19, Folder 9] Software Engineering materials: Reverse Engineering, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 1] Software Engineering materials: Selected Papers from the 1985 Conference on Software Maintenance, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 2] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 3] Software Engineering materials: Metrics and Quality, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 4] Software Engineering materials: Joint Logistics Company 1992 workshop on Software Engineering, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 5] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 6] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 7] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 8] Software Engineering materials, 1985-1995
[Box 20, Folder 9] Software Quality sources, 1997
[Box 21, Folder 1] Nance publications, 1968-1969
[Box 21, Folder 2] Nance publications, 1970-1971
[Box 21, Folder 3] Nance publications, 1972-1973
[Box 21, Folder 4] Nance publications, 1974-1975
[Box 21, Folder 5] Nance publications, 1978-1979
[Box 21, Folder 6] Nance publications, 1980-1981
[Box 21, Folder 7] Nance publications, 1982-1983
[Box 21, Folder 8] Nance publications, 1984-1985
[Box 21, Folder 9] Nance publications, 1985
[Box 22, Folder 1] Nance publications, 1986
[Box 22, Folder 2] Nance publications, 1987
[Box 22, Folder 3] Nance publications, 1987
[Box 22, Folder 4] Nance publications, 1988
[Box 22, Folder 5] Nance publications, 1989
[Box 22, Folder 6] Nance publications, 1990
[Box 23, Folder 1] Nance publications, 1991
[Box 23, Folder 2] Nance publications, 1992
[Box 23, Folder 3] Nance publications, 1993
[Box 23, Folder 4] Nance publications, 1994
[Box 23, Folder 5] Nance publications, 1995-1999
[Box 23, Folder 6] Nance publications, 2000-2001
[Box 23, Folder 7] Nance publications, 2003
[Box 23, Folder 8] Nance publications, 2004
[Box 24, Folder 1] ACM Movie Project: Information on Film Contributions, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 2] ACM Movie Project: Preliminary Script and Storyboard (1 of 2), 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 3] ACM Movie Project: Preliminary Script and Storyboard (2 of 2), 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 4] ACM Movie Project: Communication on Film - Committee and Others,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 5] ACM Movie Project: Material prior to preliminary script,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 6] ACM Movie Project: Viewers Questionaires,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 7] ACM Movie Project: Additional materials,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 8] ACM Movie Project: Distribution of the Film,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 9] ACM Movie Project: Contract and Time Schedule,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 10] ACM Movie Project: Communications on Film - Producers,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 11] ACM Movie Project: "Not Responsible or Please Don't Blame the Computer" script,, 1978-1982
[Box 24, Folder 12] ACM Movie Project: Miscellanous materials and clippings,, 1978-1982
[Box 25, Folder 1] TC3 and CISMOL material (1 of 4),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 2] TC3 and CISMOL material (2 of 4),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 3] TC3 and CISMOL material (3 of 4),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 4] TC3 and CISMOL material (4 of 4),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 5] TC3-IMACS (1 of 3),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 6] TC3-IMACS (2 of 3),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 7] TC3-IMACS (3 of 3),, 1976-1987
[Box 25, Folder 8] ACM-TOMACS: Requests for Information, Call for Papers, etc.
[Box 25, Folder 9] ACM-TOMACS: TIMS College on Simulation Newsletter,, 1990-1994
[Box 25, Folder 10] ACM-TOMACS: Communications with ACM Headquarters,, 1990-1994
[Box 25, Folder 11] ACM-TOMACS: Steve Roberts,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 1] ACM-TOMACS: Osman Balci,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 2] ACM-TOMACS: Paul Fishwick,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 3] ACM-TOMACS: Richard M. Fujimoto,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 4] ACM-TOMACS: Philip Heidelberger,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 5] ACM-TOMACS: Pierre L'Ecuyer,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 6] ACM-TOMACS: Herb Schwetman,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 7] ACM-TOMACS: Rassul Ayani,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 8] ACM-TOMACS: Russell Cheng,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 9] ACM-TOMACS: Paul Glasserman,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 10] ACM-TOMACS: Harald Niederreiter,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 11] ACM-TOMACS: Barry Nelson,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 12] ACM-TOMACS: David Nicol,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 13] ACM-TOMACS: Robert O'Keefe,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 14] ACM-TOMACS: Jerzy Rosenblit,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 15] ACM-TOMACS: Tuncer I. Oren,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 16] ACM-TOMACS: Julian Reitman,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 17] ACM-TOMACS: Roma Simon,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 18] ACM-TOMACS: PADS Stuff,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 19] ACM-TOMACS: Editorial Advisory Board,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 20] ACM-TOMACS: Publications Board,, 1990-1994
[Box 26, Folder 21] ACM-TOMACS: MIscellaneous (1 of 2),, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 1] ACM-TOMACS: MIscellaneous (2 of 2),, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 2] ACM-TOMACS: Book reviews,, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 3] ACM-TOMACS: Review Form,, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 4] ACM-TOMACS: Rejections,, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 5] ACM-TOMACS: Rejection and acceptance statistics,, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 6] ACM-TOMACS: A History of TOMACS (1 of 2),, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 7] ACM-TOMACS: A History of TOMACS (2 of 2),, 1990-1994
[Box 27, Folder 8] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 10/20/89 at ACM Headquarters in NY,, 1989
[Box 27, Folder 9] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 12/6/90 at ACM Headquarters in NY,, 1990
[Box 27, Folder 10] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 12/9/90 at WSC in New Orleans; includes photographs,, 1990
[Box 27, Folder 11] ACM-TOMACS: Journal announcement,, 1991
[Box 27, Folder 12] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 12/8/91 at WSC in Phoenix,, 1991
[Box 27, Folder 13] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 3/13/92 at WSC in Washington, D.C.,, 1992
[Box 28, Folder 1] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 12/12/93 at WSC in Los Angeles,, 1993
[Box 28, Folder 2] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 11/12/94 at WSC in Lake Buena Vista,, 1994
[Box 28, Folder 3] ACM-TOMACS: Meeting 3/12/95 at WSC in Arlington,, 1995
[Box 28, Folder 4] MORS Workshop in Simulation Technology Overview of Session 1,, 1988
[Box 28, Folder 5] MORS Simulation Validation (SIMVAL) Workshop,, 1997
[Box 28, Folder 6] MORS SIMTECH 2007 (1 of 4),, 1997
[Box 28, Folder 7] MORS SIMTECH 2007 (2 of 4),, 1997
[Box 28, Folder 8] MORS SIMTECH 2007 (3 of 4),, 1997
[Box 28, Folder 9] MORS SIMTECH 2007 (4 of 4),, 1997
[Box 29, Folder 1] SIMULATION Newsletter, no. 2, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 2] IBM Systems Journal, vol. 18, no. 3, 1979
[Box 29, Folder 3] Communication of the ACM,, 1981
[Box 29, Folder 4] SIMULA Newsletter,, 1981-1983
[Box 29, Folder 5] SIMULA Newsletter,, 1984-1986
[Box 29, Folder 6] SIMULA Newsletter,, 1987-1990
[Box 29, Folder 7] Journal of Telecommunication Networks,, 1982
[Box 29, Folder 8] ASU Newsletter,, 1991-1994
[Box 29, Folder 9] ASU Newsletter,, 1995-1998
[Box 29, Folder 10] EUROSIM,, 1996-1998
[Box 29, Folder 11] Assorted Publications,, 1997-2003
[Box 30, Folder 1] Proceedings IBM Scientific Computing Symposium Simulation Models and Gaming,, 1966
[Box 30, Folder 2] Proceedings on Simulation in Business and Public Health,, 1966
[Box 30, Folder 3] Proceedings of ACM SIGPLAN,, 1974-1975
[Box 30, Folder 4] Preprints-History of Programming Languages Conference,, 1978
[Box 30, Folder 5] ACM Workshop/Symposium on Measurement and Evaluation of Software Quality,, 1981
[Box 30, Folder 6] NBS FIPS Sofware Documentation Workshop,, 1982
[Box 30, Folder 7] Winter SImulation Conference Proceedings,, 1990
[Box 30, Folder 8] Winter Simulation Conference,, 1991
[Box 31, Folder 1] Perspectives in Software Engineering,, 1993
[Box 31, Folder 2] ACM SIGPLAN HIstory of Programming Languages II,, 1993
[Box 31, Folder 3] Exploratory Analysis and a Case History of Multiresolution, Multiperspective, Modeling from the Proceedings of the 2000 Winter SImulation Conference,, 2000
[Box 31, Folder 4] International Conference on Grand Challenges for Modeling and Simulation,, 2002
[Box 31, Folder 5] Simulation Study Group Two Day Workshop Proceedings,, 2002
[Box 31, Folder 6] International Conference on Grand Challenges for Modeling and Simulation,, 2002
[Box 31, Folder 7] Distributed Simulation on Multiprocessors: Specification, Design, and Architecture by Arturo I. Concepcion,, 1985
[Box 31, Folder 8] Evaluating Computer-Communication Networks with Simulation Techniques, Thesis by Michael P. McEwen,, 1985
[Box 32, Folder 1] Supportability Assessment and Evaluation During System Architecture Formulation and Development,, 2000
[Box 32, Folder 2] Project Rand Publications (1 of 2),, 1965-1969
[Box 32, Folder 3] Project Rand Publications (2 of 2),, 1965-1969
[Box 32, Folder 4] Combined Discrete Event/Continuous Systems Simulation by David Arthur Fahrland,, 1968
[Box 32, Folder 5] Event Sequenced Programming by Howard Lee Morgan,, 1970
[Box 32, Folder 6] Computing with Multiple Microprocessors,, 1973
[Box 32, Folder 7] Ways to Improve Management of Federally Funded Computerized Models,, 1976
[Box 32, Folder 8] System Description and the Delta Language,, 1977
[Box 33, Folder 1] Annotated Bibliography on Software Maintenance by Wilma M. Osborne and Ron Raigrodski,, 1986
[Box 33, Folder 2] Computer Modelling for Discreet Simulation, edited by M. Pidd,, 1987
[Box 33, Folder 3] An Examination of System Requirements Specification Languages by T.H. Tse and L. Pong,, 1986
[Box 33, Folder 4] Improved Assessment Procedures Would Increase the Credibility of Results,, 1988
[Box 33, Folder 5] Comparative Evaluations of Four Specification Methods by David P. Wood and William G. Wood,, 1989
[Box 33, Folder 6] Mission Critical System Development: Design Views and Their Integration,, 1991
[Box 33, Folder 7] A Systems Engineering Capability Maturity Model,, 1994
[Box 33, Folder 8] Software Quality Measurement: A Framework for Counting Problems and Defects by William A. Florac,, 1992
[Box 33, Folder 9] Reengineering Taxonomy and Process by SRSWG,, 1992
[Box 33, Folder 10] SIMVAL II Proceedings, editsed by Adelia E. Ritchie,, 1992
[Box 33, Folder 11] Software Measurement for DoD Systems: Recommendations for Initial Core Measures by Shari Lawrence Pfeeger et al.,, 1992
[Box 33, Folder 12] Software Development Risk: Opportunity, Not Problem by Roger L. Van Scoy,, 1992
[Box 33, Folder 13] Establishing a Software Measurement Process by Donald R. McAndrews,, 1993
[Box 33, Folder 14] Risk Management in Practice,, 1993
[Box 34, Folder 1] Reengineering Technology Report by Michael Olsem and Chris Sittenauer,, 1993
[Box 34, Folder 2] Application of Metrics in a Software Maintenance Environment,, 1994
[Box 34, Folder 3] Report on the Software Environments Technical Research Review by Jeffery J. Blevins, et al.,, 1994
[Box 34, Folder 4] Exploring Hypermedia Information Services for Disseminating Sofware Engineering Information by William E. Hefley,, 1994
[Box 34, Folder 5] A Business Case for Software Process Improvement by Thomas McGibbon,, 1996
[Box 34, Folder 6] Statistical Software Engineering by the Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics,, 1996
[Box 34, Folder 7] UNIVAC 1108,, 1963
[Box 34, Folder 8] CDC 6400/6500/6600,, 1970
[Box 34, Folder 9] GPSS/UCC,, 1970
[Box 35, Folder 1] GPSS V6000,, 1974
[Box 35, Folder 2] Pritsker and Associates Software Catalog,, undated
[Box 35, Folder 3] BOSS MARK II,, undated
[Box 35, Folder 4] Dynamo User's Manual,, 1963
[Box 35, Folder 5] FORDYN An Industrial Dynamics Simulator,, 1965
[Box 35, Folder 6] GPSS III,, 1965
[Box 35, Folder 7] GPSS III,, c. 1965
[Box 35, Folder 8] Draft,, 1978
[Box 35, Folder 9] Draft II,, 1982
[Box 35, Folder 10] Inter_SIM,, 1985
[Box 36, Folder 1] ithink software,, 1997
[Box 36, Folder 2] ithink Technical Documentation,, 1997
[Box 36, Folder 3] ExpertFit,, 1998
[Box 36, Folder 4] VSE manual,, 1999
[Box 36, Folder 5] SIMULA (1 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 36, Folder 6] SIMULA (2 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 1] SIMULA (3 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 2] SIMULA (4 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 3] SIMULA (5 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 4] SIMULA (6 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 5] SIMULA (7 of 7),, 1970-1976
[Box 37, Folder 6] FORTRAN,, 1961
[Box 37, Folder 7] FORTRAN IV,, 1965
[Box 37, Folder 8] Control and Simulation Language, 1963
[Box 38, Folder 1] GASP II, 1967
[Box 38, Folder 5] Simpl, 1971
[Box 38, Folder 2] GPSS/Norden (1 of 3), 1971
[Box 38, Folder 3] GPSS/Norden (2 of 3), 1971
[Box 38, Folder 4] GPSS/Norden (3 of 3), 1971
[Box 38, Folder 6] SIMSCRIPT II.5, 1975
[Box 38, Folder 7] SIMON 75, 1976
[Box 38, Folder 8] MODSIM II, 1992
[Box 38, Folder 9] SIMGRAPHICS II for MODSIM II, 1992
[Box 39, Folder 1] MODSIM II, 1995
[Box 39, Folder 2] CSL, 1993
[Box 39, Folder 3] Geschichete und Heutige Bestande des Physikalischen Kabinetts im Hessischen Landesmuseum Darmstadt,, 1965
[Box 39, Folder 4] Selected Tools: Programming Pearls and Case Studeis from ACM,, 1985
[Box 39, Folder 5] Computing, Information, and Communications: Supplement to the President's FY 1999 Budget, 1999
[Carton 41] Communications of the ACM
[Carton 42] Communications of the ACM
[Carton 43] ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, circa 1991-2000
[Carton 44] Communications of the ACM
[Carton 45] Management Science, circa 1994-1997
[Carton 46] Communications of the ACM
[Carton 47] ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, circa 2001-2004
[Carton 48] ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Mathematics, circa 1992-2002
[Carton 49] Communications of the ACM
[Carton 40, Folder 1] "Don't Blame the Computer" was apparently received from Joe Bayner at Allied FIlm Laboratories in Chicago.,, c. 1981
Single-perforation 16mm film
[Carton 40, Folder 2] "ACM Computer" was received from Sidney Weinstein at ACM headquarters in New York. The film was obtained from Allied Film Laboratories.,, c. 1981
Single-perforation 16mm film
[Carton 40, Folder 3] "Computers in Your Life" was received from Roberta Bukar at ACM headquarters in New York.,, c. 1981
Single-perforation 16mm film
[Carton 40, Folder 4] "Computers in Your Life" Rough Edit Down,, 1981
3/4 inch U-Matic cassette
[Carton 40, Folder 5] "Model Generation in a Simulation Support Environment,", 1980s?
VHS tape
[Carton 40, Folder 6] Q 2248 1/2,, 2002
VHS tape
[Carton 40, Folder 7] Q 2248 2/2,, 2002
VHS tape
[Carton 40, Folder 8] Newspaper clipping from tape 3 case,, 1982

Creator

Nance, Richard E.

Quantity

34.25 Linear feet 38 archival boxes, 1 archival half box, 10 cartons

General Physical Description

38 boxes; 1 archival half-box; 10 cartons

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff external link.

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Donated by Richard E. Nance, November 2005 (Accn. no. 2005-0017)

Processing

Processed by: Kellie Strickland; machine-readable finding aid created by: Kellie Strickland; Revisions made by Gwynn Thayer, November 2013

Scope and Content Note

The Richard E. Nance collection contains correspondence, articles, technical reports and reprints, manuals, periodicals, video, and other materials documenting Nance's teaching, research, and professional service.

Biographical/Historical note

Richard E. Nance received his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering in 1962 from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (later North Carolina State University), followed by a Master of Science in 1964. Nance completed his Ph.D. at Purdue in 1968 and soon established himself as a founding leader in the field of computer simulation.

Nance taught at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, before moving to Virginia Tech where he served as the Director of the Systems Research Center. He also conducted research for the United States Department of Defense, Naval Surface Weapons Center on a variety of projects including the Tomahawk cruise missile and UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles).

In addition to research and teaching, Nance served on several editorial boards and as associate editor for several journals. Nance initiated the establishment of and served as the first Editor-in-Chief for the Association for Computing Machinery journal Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (ACM TOMACS).

Nance was born in 1940.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Richard E. Nance Papers, MC 00283, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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