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Editor: Kulturstiftung der Länder in Cooperation with the Arithmeum, Bonn 2004, 118 p., 158 prints.
Editor: Ina Prinz. Bouvier Bonn 2005. 59 p., 44 prints, 17 of them colored
Commemorative Stamp Issue depicting the Mechanical Calculating Machine of Johann Christoph Schuster (1759-1823)
The silk scarf with the motif “Nina” measures 90×90 cm and depicts the level 2 cache chip of the Monet Chip Series [IBM S/390].
The silk cloth with the motif “Cyrus” measures 40×40 cm and depicts the clock chip of the Monet Chip Series [IBM S/390-CMOS5X-Technology].
This T-shirt with the four-color Arithmeum logo is available in the three sizes S, M, L.
This "Circuit-Board" notebook has two circuit boards as covers, held together with furniture hinges.
This cloth bag with the four-color Arithmeum logo measures 40 by 37 cm. Its long handles make it very suitable as a shoulder bag.
With this original Japanese Soroban you can calculate numbers with up to twenty-three digits. It measures 34 x 6.5 cm.
With this medium-sized Japanese Soroban you can calculate numbers up to 9,999,999,999,999. It measures 19.5×6.1 cm.
This three-place Japanese Soroban would make a good baby rattle, but one can also calculate with it up to the number 999.
With this easy-to-build cryptographic disc you can learn very quickly to encode and decode messages.
This CD shows classical Problems in Discrete Mathematics and their Modern Applications.
Arithmeum, Computing in Old and Modern Times. Bonn 1999
Images of Computing in Old and Modern Times.
Editors and authors of the text: Annegret Kehrbaum, Bernhard Korte.
Speech by Bernhard Korte at the 57th General Meeting of the Society of Friends and Sponsors of the University of Bonn (GEFFRUB) on 14 June 1980.
Speeches by Klaus Borchard, Wolfgang Clement, Bärbel Dieckmann and Bernhard Korte at the opening ceremony for the Arithmeum on 8. September 1999.
Speeches by Klaus Borchard, Johannes Rau, Paul Mikat, Karsten Mohr and Bernhard Korte at the key handing over ceremony for the Research Institute for Discrete Mathematics on 19. January 1998.
The last artefact of Johann Christoph Schuster.
Speeches by Klaus Borchard, Gerhard Schröder, Wolfgang Clement, Karin v. Welck and Bernhard Korte at the handing over ceremony of the Schuster mechanical calculating machine on 1. Marc
Horst Bartnig in the Arithmeum.
Editor: Ina Prinz. Bouvier Bonn 2000. 59 p., 47 color prints.
Editor: Ina Prinz. Bouvier Bonn 2000. 58 p., 25 color prints.
Editor: Ina Prinz. Bouvier Bonn 2001. 72 p., 32 color prints.
Editor: Ina Prinz. Bouvier Bonn 2002. 59 p., 41 color prints.