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ENIAC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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ENIAC (/ ˈ i n i. æ k / or / ˈ ɛ n i. æ k /; Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) [1] [2] was the first electronic general-purpose computer. It was ...

The History of the ENIAC Computer - About.com Money

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Twenty thousand vacuum tubes later the ENIAC computer is born and John Mauchly and John Presper Eckert are the proud parents.

The Brief History of the ENIAC Computer - Smithsonian.com

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The Brief History of the ENIAC Computer A look back at the room-size government computer that began the digital era

ENIAC | computer | Britannica.com

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ENIAC, in full Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, the first programmable general-purpose electronic digital computer, built during World War II by the ...

ENIAC - US History

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Scholars argue about its claims as the world's first all electronic computer and the courts have ruled otherwise, but when the University of Pennsylvania's ...

ENIAC - CHM Revolution - Computer History Museum

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ENIAC. In 1942, physicist John Mauchly proposed an all-electronic calculating machine. The U.S. Army, meanwhile, needed to calculate complex wartime ballistics tables.

Penn Engineering - ENIAC: Celebrating Penn Engineering History

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ENIAC: Celebrating Penn Engineering History. Originally announced on February 14, 1946, the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC), was the first ...

The ENIAC Story - ARL

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ENIAC World Wide Web The ENIAC Story The world's first electronic digital computer was developed by Army Ordnance to compute World War II ballistic firing tables.

Programming the ENIAC - Columbia University

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The ENIAC was not a stored-program computer; it is "better described as a collection of electronic adding machines and other arithmetic units, which were originally ...

Eniac

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Empresa de tecnologia de la informacion. Proporciona todo el soporte de integraciî ¥ implementaciî ¤e los sistemas requeridos, incluyendo adaptaciî¬ instalaciî ...