Gerald M. Weinberg

Gerald Marvin (Jerry) Weinberg (27 October 1933) is an American computer scientist, author and teacher of the psychology and anthropology of computer software development.

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Weinberg, Gerald M. (1964): Solutions of combinatorial problems using generating functions on a variable-field compute. In Communications of the ACM, 7 (9) pp. 530-534.

Weinberg, Gerald M., Gressett, G. L. (1963): An experiment in automatic verification of programs. In Communications of the ACM, 6 (10) pp. 610-613.

Weinberg, Gerald M. (1961): Programmed error correction on a decimal computer. In Communications of the ACM, 4 (4) pp. 174.

Weinberg, Gerald M. (1961): Letters to the editor: ALGOL: pleasure through pain. In Communications of the ACM, 4 (6) pp. 252.

Weinberg, Gerald M. (1971): The Psychology of Computer Programming, Van Nostrand-Reinhold,

Gause, Donald C., Weinberg, Gerald M. (1989): Exploring Requirements: Quality Before Design, Dorset House Publishing Company, Incorporated,