London: Butterworths Scientific Publications, 1953. First edition. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Slight discoloration to spine of d.j. Green cloth with front cover and spine stamped in gilt. [viii],  pp. Item #14057
The Booths developed the Automatic Relay Computer (ARC) in England during the late 1940s, as well as a number of other computers. They were inspired in part by the work of John Von Neumann, whom they visited in Princeton in 1946-7. The present work is a study of state of computing at the time it was written. The bibliography is quite comprehensive.
Goldstine p.349. Hook and Norman, Origins of Cyberspace, 503.