John Mauchly


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John Mauchly

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/jon W mok'*-lee/ (rhymes with "broccoli") Dr. John W. Mauchly, one of the developers of ENIAC.
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Presper Eckert y John Mauchly crearon un aparato al que denominaron Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (Eniac).
Presper Eckert y John Mauchly: empiezan la construccion del EDVAC.
George began his career with the pioneers of computing and worked with the inventors of the digital age; (John Mauchly, Presper Eckert, and Admiral Grace Hopper).
Supposedly, this moniker was invented to echo the ENIAC ('Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer') computer developed in the US in the mid-1940s by John Mauchly and J.
Eckert and John Mauchly, dated 1946, bore the simple title "Outline of Plans for Development of Electronic Computers." The badly yellowed pages were offered with a carbon typescript under Christie's characterization: The Founding Document of the Electronic Computer Industry.
THE COMPUTER - Presper Eckert and John Mauchly. Patent filed: June 26, 1947.
JOHN MAUCHLY WAS OBSESSED with weather prediction, not with computing.
Atanasoff invented the computer in 1939 only to see credit go to two other scientists, John Mauchly and J.
Other Ph.D.s were hired to replace them--one was John Mauchly. They worked with an assistant, Moore's brightest graduate student, John Presper Eckert, Jr.
The world's first electronic general-purpose computer, designed by Presper Eckert and John Mauchly at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering of the University of Pennsylvania, was unveiled in 1946 as the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC).
This archive traces the history of the computer beginning in the mid-1940s when John Mauchly and J.
John Mauchly, and their associates soldered some 500,000 connections to link over 18,000 vacuum tubes for a 30-ton machine which occupied 15,000 square feet of space.