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Computing Systems

A quarterly publication of the USENIX Association

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Computing Systems was a journal dedicated to the analysis and understanding of the theory, design, art, engineering, and implementation of advanced computing systems, with an emphasis on systems inspired or influenced by the UNIX tradition. The journal's content concerns operating systems, architecture, networking, programming languages, and sophisticated applications.

Each year's Winter issue included a useful, brief guide to grammar and style, written by Peter H. Salus.

Volumes 1 through 6 were published by the University of California Press; Volumes 7 through 9 were published by the MIT Press. The ISSN of Computing Systems is 0895-6340.

Vol. 1, 1988: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1988 Issues

Vol. 2, 1989: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1989 Issues

Vol. 3, 1990: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1990 Issues

Vol. 4, 1991: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1991 Issues

Vol. 5, 1992: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall

Index to Volumes 1–5 (1988–1992)

Vol. 6, 1993: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1993 Issues

Vol. 7, 1994: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1994 Issues

Vol. 8, 1995: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall | Index to 1995 Issues

Vol. 9, 1996: Winter | Spring | Summer | Fall

Index to Volumes 1–9 (1988–1996)