2 edition of High-speed computing devices by the staff of Engineering ResearchAssociates,Inc found in the catalog.
High-speed computing devices by the staff of Engineering ResearchAssociates,Inc
Engineering Research Associates.
Written in English
|Statement||supervised by C.B.Tompkins and J.H.Wakelin;edited by W.W.Stifler,Jr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||451|
High Speed Computing Devices: Engineering Research Associates, Inc. McGraw-Hill: Reprint Series for the History of Computing by Tomash Publishers. A digital version is available from the Bit Saver's web site, linked from our backup convenience folder. High Speed Computing focuses on high performance computing and works closely with customers to tailor the products to fit their needs. Each product is designed specifically for each customer after a careful evaluation of their performance needs and budget constraints.
High-speed Computing Devices [ edit ] In , ERA published High-speed Computing Devices, a page textbook that summarized the state of computer technology at that time. It describes the basic components of digital logic, the devices and circuits used to build these components, and the principles of computer design and programming. [Engineering Research Associates, High Speed Computing Devices, McGraw Hill, New York, , p. ] Mauchly was the key figure in developing these machines, and he, perhaps more than anyone else, had a keen awareness of their potential for both scientific and commercial applications.
High-Speed Computing Devices Engineering Research Associates,Inc. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Prepared as "an investigation and report on the status of development of computing machine components" for the Office of Naval Research. Covers digital and analog state of the art in O Instituto Charles Babbage, em inglês: Charles Babbage Institute (CBI), é um centro de pesquisas na Universidade de Minnesota, especializado na história da tecnologia da informação, particularmente a história desde da computação digital, programação/software e rede de computadores. O nome do instituto homenageia Charles Babbage, inventor inglês do computador programável.
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Engineering Research Associates. High-speed computing devices. New York, McGraw-Hill (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles B Tompkins; Engineering Research Associates.
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by Engineering Research Associates, Inc. ; new introduction by Arnold A. Cohen. Reviews. It presents a clear, organised picture of computing concepts, techniques, machinery, and components in use as ofwith emphasis on electronic high-speed computing.
Overall, this book, scarce in such condition, is a fascinating artefact in the history of computing. x16cm, + Numerous diagrams and tables. High-Speed Computing Devices is Volume IV in the Charles Babbage Institute Reprint Series and was originally published in by McGraw-Hill.
This is the definitive modern sourcebook on the technologies from which the computer industry sprang. This is the definitive modern sourcebook on the technologies from which the computer industry sprang. In Engineering Research Associates of St.
Paul, Minnesota, published High-Speed Computing Devices, the first textbook on how to build an electronic digital computer. Written in the form of a “cookbook,” the book described available computer components and how they worked.
High-Speed Computing Devices. First edition, first printing, of the first treatise on how to build an electronic digital computer. An important contribution to computing literature in its own right, it also provided some of the most complete bibliographies available on the subject at the time.
Charles Brown Tompkins, a pioneering academic in the fields of numerical analysis and computing. This chapter discusses the formation and working of Engineering Research Associates, Inc. (ERA) during – ERA was owned 50% by the founding technical group, headed by Engstrom, Norris, and Meader, and 50% by the founding investor group, headed by John E.
Parker. A HISTORY OF COMPUTING IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY The Start of an ERA: Engineering Research Associates, Inc., ERWIN TO MAS H It is no secret that cryptography as currently practiced by the major nation-states depends heavily on.
High-speed Computing Devices InERA published High-speed Computing Devices, a page textbook that summarized the state of computer technology at that time. It describes the basic components of digital logic, the devices and circuits used to build these components, and the principles of computer design and programming.
McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York: High-Speed Computing Devices: McGraw-Hill: By the staff of Engineering Research Associates. Book: Doran collection WILKES, M. (Ed.) High Speed Automatic Calculating Machines: Cambridge University Mathematical Laboratory: Report of a Conference, June Engineering resistive switching behavior in TAOx based memristive devices for non-von Neuman computing applications Conference Paper March with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
From the staff of ERA (Engineering Research Associates), up for auction is one of the very first books ever written on machine computation. Covering such pioneering workhorses as the Harvard Mark I, Harvard Mark II, Bell Labs' Relay Computing System, IBM's Pluggable Sequence Relay Calculator, ENIAC, IBM SSEC, EDVAC, UNIVAC, and the SDC Raytheon Computer, this is a definite must End date: Also as part of our education, there was one text that we knew about from which we could learn the elements of computer design (High-Speed Computing Devices by the staff of Engineering Research Associates, Inc., McGraw-Hill, ).
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Digital Computing Systems, Chap Analog Computing Systems, Chap The Form of a Digital Computer. As the chapter titles indicate, the book by the staff of the Engineering Research Associates touches but lightly on control and input-output ele-ments of high-speed computing devices.
By way of compensation, however.In the fall ofERA received its first major contract from the Office of Naval Research to compile a report on “High Speed Computing Devices”. This report, which became the definitive study of the infant state of computing, was later published in book form by McGraw Hill.The earliest published discussion of this idea I've been able to find appears in the book High-speed Computing Devices, a survey of computer technologies compiled on behalf of the U.S.
Navy by the staff of Engineering Research Associates. At about the same time as the ERA survey, Herbert R. J. Grosch proposed a ternary architecture for the.