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computer from Pascal to von Neumann

Herman H. Goldstine

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Published
**1972**
by Princeton University Press in (Princeton, N.J.)
.

Written in English

- Computers -- History.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | (by) Herman H. Goldstine. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | x, 378 p. : |

Number of Pages | 378 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL21253972M |

On the History of Computing. (Book Reviews: The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann)Author: Harry D. Huskey. PART THREE: Post-World War The von Neumann Machine and The Institute for Advanced Study.

The computer from Pascal to von Neumann by Herman Heine Goldstine; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Computers, History. Babbage’s computer can thus calculate that the invention of the modern computer occurred precisely 69 years before John von Neumann was born. A third kind of card, the “number card,” was designed by Babbage to have an external storage for the Analytical Engine’s calculated values, for example, for logarithms or approximations for the.

Herman Heine Goldstine. Born Septem , Chicago, Ill.; Army representative to the ENIAC Project, who later worked with John von Neumann on the logical design of the JAS computer which became the prototype for many early computers-ILLIAC, JOHNNIAC, MANIAC author of The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann, one of the earliest textbooks on the . Goldstine professes to be neutral, but in fact is significantly biased toward von Neumann in this matter (the title of the book speaks for itself), and that detracts from what is otherwise a very readable and very entertaining book. The book divides computer history into three eras - pre-WWII, WWII, and post-WWII.

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