ENIAC, ASCC and ACE: Machines that solve complex mathematical problems. S. Lilley.

ENIAC, ASCC and ACE: Machines that solve complex mathematical problems.

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

Price: $750.00

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