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Birthing the computer [electronic resource] : from relays to vacuum tubes

Birthing the computer [electronic resource] : from relays to vacuum tubes

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Kaisler, Stephen H. (Stephen Hendrick).
Title Statement
Birthing the computer [electronic resource] : from relays to vacuum tubes / by Stephen H. Kaisler.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Newcastle upon Tyne :   Cambridge Scholars Publishing,   c2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xxii, 354 p.) : ill.
ISBN
9781443896313 (electronic bk.) 1443896314 (electronic bk.) 1443897787 9781443897785
요약
Birthing the Computer: From Relays to Vacuum Tubes is the first in a multi-volume series on historical computing machines. This series will span the development of computer systems from the Zuse machines of the early 1930s to about 1995 when microprocessors began to be commoditized. Each volume will focus on a range of technologies, or a class of machines or a particular vendor, and will describe the hardware of the machines and its peripherals, the operating system and system software, and its influence upon programming languages. This volume begins with the Zuse machines which were construct.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I; Chapter One; 1.1 The Z1; 1.2 The Z2; 1.3 The Z3; 1.3.1 Z3 Architecture; 1.3.2 Memory; 1.3.3 Floating Point Registers; 1.3.4 Input and Output; 1.3.5 Instruction Execution; 1.3.6 Instruction Set; 1.3.7 Programming the Z3; 1.3.8 Z3 Assessment; 1.4 The Z4; 1.4.1 ETH and the Z4; 1.4.2 The Z5; 1.5 Plankalkul; 1.6 The Z11; 1.7 The Z22; 1.8 The Z23; 1.9 The Z31; 1.10 Assessment of Zuse's Computing Machines; Chapter Two; 2.1 ABC System Architecture; 2.2 The Atanasoff-Mauchly Conflict; 2.3 The ABC Reconstructed; 2.4 ABC Assessment; Chapter Three
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Computers --History.
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245 1 0 ▼a Birthing the computer ▼h [electronic resource] : ▼b from relays to vacuum tubes / ▼c by Stephen H. Kaisler.
260 ▼a Newcastle upon Tyne : ▼b Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ▼c c2016.
300 ▼a 1 online resource (xxii, 354 p.) : ▼b ill.
500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I; Chapter One; 1.1 The Z1; 1.2 The Z2; 1.3 The Z3; 1.3.1 Z3 Architecture; 1.3.2 Memory; 1.3.3 Floating Point Registers; 1.3.4 Input and Output; 1.3.5 Instruction Execution; 1.3.6 Instruction Set; 1.3.7 Programming the Z3; 1.3.8 Z3 Assessment; 1.4 The Z4; 1.4.1 ETH and the Z4; 1.4.2 The Z5; 1.5 Plankalkul; 1.6 The Z11; 1.7 The Z22; 1.8 The Z23; 1.9 The Z31; 1.10 Assessment of Zuse's Computing Machines; Chapter Two; 2.1 ABC System Architecture; 2.2 The Atanasoff-Mauchly Conflict; 2.3 The ABC Reconstructed; 2.4 ABC Assessment; Chapter Three
505 8 ▼a 3.1 Model I: The Complex Numerical Calculator3.2 Model II: The Relay Interpolator; 3.3 Model III: The Ballistic Computer; 3.4 Model IV: The Error Detector Mark II; 3.5 Model V; 3.6 Model VI; 3.7 Later BTL Machines; 3.8 Assessment of Stibitz's Relay Computers; Chapter Four; 4.1 Rebuilding Colossus; 4.2 Colossus Architecture; 4.3 Colossus and Code Breaking; 4.4 Assessment of Colossus; Chapter Five; 5.1 ASCC System Architecture; 5.1.1 Automatic Sequence Unit; 5.1.2 Arithmetic Calculations; 5.1.3 Interpolators; 5.1.4 Special Registers; 5.2 I/O System; 5.3 Programming the ASCC; 5.4 ASCC Assessment
505 8 ▼a Chapter Six6.1 Mark II; 6.2 Mark III; 6.3 Mark IV; 6.4 Mark Machines Assessment; Chapter Seven; 7.1 SSEC System Architecture; 7.1.1 Electronic Storage Units; 7.1.2 Relay Storage; 7.1.3 Tape Storage; 7.1.4 Dial Storage; 7.1.5 Pluggable Storage; 7.1.6 Program Tapes; 7.2 SSEC Reliability; 7.3 SSEC Assessment; Chapter Eight; Further Reading; Exercises for the Reader; Part II; Chapter Nine; 9.1 ENIAC System Architecture; 9.1.1 Accumulators; 9.1.2 Control Units; 9.1.3 Master Programmer; 9.1.4 Arithmetic Units; 9.1.5 Constant Transmitter; 9.1.6 Function Table; 9.1.7 Input/Output Units
505 8 ▼a 9.2 Later Modifications9.3 Applying ENIAC; 9.4 The ENIAC Women; 9.5 Myths and Stories about ENIAC; 9.6 Assessment of ENIAC; Chapter Ten; 10.1 The Von Neumann Report; 10.2 The Patent Dispute; 10.3 The "Real" EDVAC; 10.4 EDVAC Architecture; 10.4.1 System Architecture; 10.4.2 Memory System; 10.4.3 I/O System; 10.4.4 The EDVAC Console; 10.4.5 Debugging Support; 10.5 EDVAC Instruction Set; 10.6 Physical Challenges; 10.7 EDVAC Implementation; 10.8 EDVAC Software; 10.9 EDVAC Applications; 10.9.1 EDVAC Operation; 10.10 EDVAC Assessment; Chapter Eleven; 11.1 EDSAC System Architecture
505 8 ▼a 11.2 The EDSAC Order Code11.3 Programming the EDSAC; 11.3.1 Subroutine Libraries; 11.3.2 The Travails of Paper Tape; 11.3.3 An EDSAC Simulator; 11.4 EDSAC Firsts; 11.5 EDSAC 2; 11.6 EDSAC Assessment; Chapter Twelve; 12.1 The SSEM Architecture; 12.2 Assessment of the SSEM; Chapter Thirteen; 13.1 System Architecture; 13.2 Instruction Set; 13.3 BINAC Assessment; Chapter Fourteen; 14.1 Pilot ACE System Architecture; 14.2 Programming the Pilot ACE; 14.3 Pilot ACE Assessment; 14.4 The ACE; Chapter Fifteen; 15.1 BRLESC I; 15.2 BRLESC II; 15.3 BRLESC Assessment; Further Reading
520 ▼a Birthing the Computer: From Relays to Vacuum Tubes is the first in a multi-volume series on historical computing machines. This series will span the development of computer systems from the Zuse machines of the early 1930s to about 1995 when microprocessors began to be commoditized. Each volume will focus on a range of technologies, or a class of machines or a particular vendor, and will describe the hardware of the machines and its peripherals, the operating system and system software, and its influence upon programming languages. This volume begins with the Zuse machines which were construct.
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
538 ▼a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 ▼a Computers ▼x History.
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991 ▼a E-Book(소장)

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