International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation (IMACS)
Association internationale pour les mathématiques et calculateurs en simulation
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1955-10-02 Brussels Belgium
2 Oct 1955, Brussels (Belgium), as International Association for Analogue Computation -- Association internationale pour le calcul analogique (AICA). Present name adopted 1976. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 10 Feb 1956. New Statutes registered 19 Apr 1979; modified: 8 Apr 1986; 13 Apr 1989.
Promote exchange of scientific information among specialists interested in analogue computation and hybrid computation methods, by organizing international meetings and displays of equipment, by issuing scientific publications and establishing frequent contacts with scientific associations for the study of arithmetical computation methods.
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