The first computers: history and architectures

  title={The first computers: history and architectures},
  author={R. Rojas and U. Hashagen},
From the Publisher: This history of computing focuses not on chronology (what came first and who deserves credit for it) but on the actual architectures of the first machines that made electronic computing a practical reality. The book covers computers built in the United States, Germany, England, and Japan. It makes clear that similar concepts were often pursued simultaneously and that the early researchers explored many architectures beyond the von Neumann architecture that eventually became… Expand
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