Iverson, Kenneth E., A Programming Language, 1962, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. New York. The formal definition and use of “Iverson’s notation”.
Falkoff, A. D., K. E. Iverson and E. H. Sussenguth, 1964. “A formal description of SYSTEM/360.” IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 3, Num. 2 and 3, pp. 198 – 258. A formal description using Iverson’s notation of the IBM SYSTEM/360.
Brooks, Frederick P., Jr. and Kennet E. Iverson, 1969. Automatic Data Processing. System/360 Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York. A revision of the earlier edition based on Howard Aiken’s automatic data processing program.
Iverson, K. E., 1991. “A personal view of APL,” IBM Systems Journal, Vol. 30, Num. 4, pp. 582 – 593. Iverson’s views on the development of dialects of APL, APL2 and especially J.
Iverson, Kenneth E., Arithmetic, 1991, Iverson Software Inc., Toronto. A presentation of various topics in arithmetic using J, and is representaive of Iverson’s several monographs published by Iverson Software Inc.
Iverson, K. E., 1991, J Introduction and Dictionary, 1994, Iverson Software Inc., Toronto. Any one of the many editions is an essential reference for any person using J.
Iverson, Kennet E., Concrete Math Companion, 1995, Iverson Software Inc., Toronto. A J companion to Concrete Mathematics by R. L. Graham, D.E. Knuth and O. Patashnik.
Iverson, Kenneth E., 2008. “An autobiographical essay.” Vector. The Journal of the British APL Association, Vol. 23, Num. 4, pp. 70 - 84. An informal account of Ken’s elementary and university education and his professional career.
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