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References Thomas J. Bergin © Computing History Museum American University References: Numeration Bunch and Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology , Simon & Schuster, 1993 A major source of information about hieroglyphics can be found at: 195.8.72.23/numbers.htm ©Mark Millmore

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references

References

Thomas J. Bergin

© Computing History Museum

American University

references numeration
References: Numeration
  • Bunch and Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology, Simon & Schuster, 1993
  • A major source of information about hieroglyphics can be found at:

195.8.72.23/numbers.htm ©Mark Millmore

references early aids
References: Early Aids
  • Michael R. Williams, A History of Computing Technology, IEEE Computer Society Press, 2nd edition, 1997
  • www.arithmeum.de, a museum for the history of calculation, in Bonn, Germany (from the collection of Proof. Bernhard Korte, University of Bonn)
references babbage
References: Babbage
  • Doron Swade, Charles Babbage and his Calculating Engines, Science Museum, London, 1991
  • Doron Swade, The Cogwheel Brain, Charles Babbage and the Quest to build the First Computer, Little, Brown and Company, 2000
  • J.A.N.Lee, Computer Pioneers, IEEE Press, 1995
  • Brian Randell, ed., The Origins of Digital Computers, Selected Papers, Springer, 1973
  • Bunch & Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology, Simon and Schuster, 1993
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Michael Lindgren, Glory and Failure, The Difference Engines of Johann Mueller, Charles Babbage, and Georg and Edvard Scheutz, MIT Press, 1990
  • William Aspray, ed., Computing Before Computers, Iowa State University Press, 1990
  • Aspray and Campbell-Kelly, Computer: A History of the Information Machine, BasicBooks, 1996
  • Video: The Machine That Changed the World, first 10 minutes
babbage biographies
Babbage Biographies
  • Anthony Hyman, Charles Babbage: pioneer of the computer, Princeton U Press, 1982
  • Maboth Mosley, Irascible genius: a life of Charles Babbage, inventor, London, Hutchinson, 1964
  • Dorothy Stein, Ada: a life and legacy, MIT Press, 1985
  • Doris Langley Moore, Ada, Countess of Lovelace: Byron’s legitimate daughter, London, John Murray, 1977
references hollerith
References: Hollerith
  • Geoffrey D. Austrian, HERMAN HOLLERITH: Forgotten Giant of Information Processing,Columbia U. Press, 1982 (definitive work)
  • Biles, et al, “Herman Hollerith: Inventor, Manager, Entrepreneur -- A Centennial Remembrance,” Journal of Management, Vol. 15, No.4, 1989
  • Keith Reid-Green, “The History of Census Tabulation,” Scientific American, February 1989
  • Bache, IBM’s Early Computers, MIT Press, 1986.
  • Campbell-Kelly in Aspray, Computing Before Computers, Iowa State U. Press, 1990
hollerith biographies
Hollerith Biographies:
  • William Rogers, THINK, A biography of the Watsons and IBM, Stein and Day, 1969
  • Belden and Belden, The Lengthening Shadow: The Life of Thomas J. Watson, Little Brown, 1962
  • Thomas Watson, Jr.., Father, Son and Company, Bantam, 19908
references information appliances
References: Information Appliances
  • National Geographic Society, Inventors and Discoverers, Changing Our World, 1988
  • Steven Lubar, Information Appliances, 1994
  • James R. Beniger, The Control Revolution: Technological and Economic Origins of the Information Society, Harvard U. Press, 1986
office appliances references
Office Appliances References
  • James W. Cortada, Before the Computer, Princeton University Press, 1993
  • Michael Williams, “Early Calculators,” in Aspray, ed., Computing Before Computers, Iowa State University Press, 1990
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Office Appliances References
  • John Brooks, Telephone, The First Hundred Years, Harper & Row, 1975
  • Edwin Darby, It All Adds Up, the Growth of the Victor Comptometer Company, Victor Comptometer Company, 1968
  • Stanley C. Allyn, My half century with NCR, McGraw-Hill, 1967
  • Bryan Morgan, Total to Date, Burroughs Adding Machine London, 1953
references analog computers
References: Analog Computers
  • “Analog Computing Devices,” by Allan G. Bromley in William Aspray, ed. Computing Before Computers, Iowa State U. Press, 1990
  • “The Analog Animals,” in Michael R. Williams, History of Computing Technology, IEEE Press, 1997
  • J. Crank, The Differential Analyzer, Longmans, Green, 1947
  • D.R. Hartree, Calculating Instruments and Machines, U. Of Illinois Press, 1953
references mechanical monsters
References: Mechanical Monsters
  • Paul E. Ceruzzi, “Electronic Calculators,” in Aspray, Computing Before Computers, Iowa State University Press, 1990
  • Paul E. Ceruzzi, Reckoners:The Prehistory of the Digital Computer, from Relays to the Stored Program Concept, 1935-1945, Greenwood Press, 1983
  • Brian Randell, The Origins of Digital Computers: Selected Papers, Springer, 1982
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References: Mechanical Monsters
  • Stibitz, “Automatic Computing Machinery,” in Randell, Origins...., (essay written in 1940)
  • Stibitz, “Automatic Computing Machinery,” in Annals, 4/ 2 (April 1982) 1947 and 1950 memos
  • Stibitz, “Early Computers,” in N. Metropolis, A History of Computing in the Twentieth Century, Academic Press, 1980
  • Charles J. Bashe, et al, IBM’s Early Computers, MIT Press, 1986
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References: Mechanical Monsters
  • www.arithmeum.de
  • www.hnf.de/museum
  • http://irb.cs.tu-berlin.de/~zuse/Konrad_Zuse
mechanical monsters biographies
Mechanical Monsters Biographies
  • Konrad Zuse, The Computer, My Life,
  • I. Bernard Cohen, Howard Aiken: Portrait of a Computer Pioneer, MIT Press, 1999J.A.N. Lee, Computer Pioneers, IEEE Press, 1995
  • Charlene W. Billings, Grace Hopper, Navy Admiral & Computer Pioneer, Enslow Publishers, 1989.
  • Herbert R. J. Grosch, Computer: Bit Slices From a Life, Third Millennium Books, 1991
references atanasoff
References: Atanasoff
  • J.V. Atanasoff, “Computing Machine for the Solution of large Systems of Linear Algebraic Equations,” (August 1940) in Randell (Ed.), The Origins of Digital Computers, Selected Papers, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1973
  • J.V. Atanasoff, “Advent of Electronic Digital Computing,” Annals, Vol..6, No.3 (July 1984)
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References: Atanasoff
  • Saul Rosen, “The Origins of Modern Computing, ACMComputing Reviews, Sept. 1960
  • Joel Shurkin, Engines of the Mind, The Evolution of the Computer from Mainframes to Microprocessors, W.W. Norton, 1984
  • Allan R. Mackintosh, Dr. Atanasoff’s Computer,” Scientific American, August 1988
  • Allan R. Mackintosh, “The First Electronic Computer,” Physics Today, March 1987
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References: Atanasoff
  • R.K. Richards, Electronic Digital Systems, New York, Wiley (1966)
  • ACM Computing Reviews, September 1990
atanasoff biography
Atanasoff Biography
  • Clark R. Mollenhoff, ATANASOFF, Forgotten Father of the Computer, Iowa State University Press, 1988.
  • Alice R. And Arthur W. Burks, The First Electronic Computer: The Atanasoff Story, U. of Michigan Press, 1988
references eniac
References: ENIAC
  • Nancy Stern, From ENIAC to UNIVAC, An Appraisal of the Eckert-Mauchly Computers, Digital Press, 1981 [major research effort]
  • Herman H. Goldstine, The Computer, from Pascal to von Neumann, Princeton University Press, 1972
    • Goldstine was a participant
  • N. Metropolis, et.al., A History of Computing in the Twentieth Century, Academic Press, 1980
  • Brian Randell, ed.,The Origins of Digital Computers, Springer-Verlag, 1973
references eniac22
References: ENIAC
  • Arthur W. Burks and Alice R. Burks, “The ENIAC: First General-Purpose Electronic Computer,” Annals, Vol.3, No.4 [participant]
  • Barkley Fritz, “ENIAC--A Problem Solver,” Annals, Vol.16, No. 1 (1994) [worked on ENIAC]
  • Barkley Fritz, “The Women of ENIAC,” Annals, Vol.18, No.3 (Fall 1996)
  • Herman H. Goldstine, “Computers at the University of Pennsylvania’s Moore School, 1943-1946, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol 136, No1 (1992) [participant]
ieee annals of the history of computing 18 1 spring 1996
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing,18/1, Spring 1996
  • H.H. Goldstine, “The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC),” pp. 10-16.
  • Dilys Winegrad, “The Birth of Modern Computing: The Fiftieth Anniversary of a Discovery At The Moore School of Engineering of the University of Pennsylvania,” pp..5-9.
  • Mitchell Marcus and Atsushi Akera, “Exploring The Architecture of an Early Machine: The Historical Significance of the ENIAC Machine Architecture, pp.. 17-24
ieee annals 18 1 spring 1996
IEEE Annals, 18/1, Spring 1996
  • Peter Eckstein, “J. Presper Eckert,” pp..25-44
  • John Costello, “As the Twig is Bent: The Early Life of John Mauchly,” pp.45-50
  • David Alan Grier, “The ENIAC, the Verb “to program” and the Emergence of Digital Computers,” pp.51-55
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References: ENIAC
  • Nancy B. Stern, From ENIAC to UNIVAC, An Appraisal of the Eckert-Mauchly Computers, Digital Press, 1981
  • Kathleen R. Mauchly, “John Mauchly’s Early Years, Annals, Vol.6, No.2 (April 1984)
  • Herman Goldstine, From Pascal to von Neumann, Princeton University Press, 1972
  • Emerson Pugh, Memories that Shaped an Industry, MIT Press, 1984
references other early projects
References: Other Early Projects
  • Redmond & Smith, Project Whirlwind, The History of A Pioneer Computer, Digital Press, 1980.
  • I. Bernard Cohen, Howard Aiken, Portrait of A Computer Pioneer, MIT Press, 1999
  • William Aspray, John von Neumann and the Origins of Modern Computing, MIT Press
references uk computing
References: UK Computing
  • Caminer, et al, LEO, The Incredible Story of the World’s First Business Computer, McGraw-Hill, 1998
  • Lavington, Early British Computers, Digital Press, 1980
  • Hendry, Innovating for Failure: Government Policy and the Early British Computer Industry, MIT Press, 1989.
references mainframe
References: Mainframe
  • Maurice V. Wilkes, Memoirs of a Computer Pioneer, MIT Press, 1985
  • David E. Lundstrom, A Few Good Men from Univac, MIT Press, 1987
  • Charles J. Bashe, et.al, IBM’s Early Computers, MIT Press, 1986
  • Emerson Pugh, et.al., IBM’s 360 and Early 370 Systems, MIT Press, 1991
references transistors
References: Transistors
  • Photos courtesy of Lucent Technologies and other web sources
  • Bunch and Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology, Simon and Schuster, 1993
  • Lee, J.A.N., Computer Pioneers, IEEE Press, 1995
references minicomputers
References: Minicomputers
  • Pearson (ed), Digital At Work: Snapshots from the first thirty-five years, Digital Press, 1992
  • Shurkin, Engines of the Mind, the evolution of the Computer from Mainframes to Microprocessors, W.W. Norton, 1984
  • Gordon Bell et al, Computer Engineering: A DEC View of Hardware Systems Design
references microcomputers
References: Microcomputers
  • Freiberger and Swaine, Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer, Osborne/McGraw-Hill, 1984
  • Bunch and Hellemans, The Timetables of Technology, Simon and Schuster, 1993
  • Lee, J.A.N., Computer Pioneers, IEEE Press, 1995