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Milestones:Atanasoff-Berry Computer, 1939
Abstract John Vincent Atanasoff conceived basic des
John Vincent Atanasoff conceived basic design principles for the first electronic-digital computer in the winter of 1937 and, assisted by his graduate student, Clifford E. Berry, constructed a prototype here in October 1939. It used binary numbers, direct logic for calculation, and a regenerative memory. It embodied concepts that would be central to the future development of computers.
al to the future development of computers.  +
Date Dedicated April 1, 1990  +
Dedication 18  +
Description 226 Atanasoff Hall, Iowa State University,
226 Atanasoff Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. Dedication: April 1990 - IEEE Central Iowa Section. John Vincent Atanasoff conceived basic design principles for the first electronic-digital computer in the winter of 1937 and, assisted by his graduate student, Clifford E. Berry, constructed a prototype here in October 1939. It used binary numbers, direct logic for calculation, and a regenerative memory. It embodied concepts that would be central to the future development of computers.
al to the future development of computers.  +
IEEE section Central Iowa  +
Location Ames, IA, U.S.A.  +
Region number 4  +
Special citation false  +
StartYear 1939  +
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