Publisher Information: 1947.
Lilley, S. ENIAC, ASCC and ACE: Machines that solve complex mathematical problems. In Discovery 8 (1947): 23–32. Whole number. Original printed wrappers, vertically creased, slight wear. VG. 260 x 207 mm.
Lilley’s article, one of the earliest on electronic digital computers written for a British popular science magazine, discusses the function and purpose of the new large general-purpose computing machines, describes the ASCC (Harvard Mark I) and ENIAC computers, and ends with an account of the British ACE machine then under development. Origins of Cyberspace 769.Book Id: 44672