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Milestones:Harvard Mark 1 Computer, 1944 - 1959
Abstract The Mark I computer was a general-purpose
The Mark I computer was a general-purpose electro-mechanical computer that could execute long computations automatically. It was conceived by Harvard University's Dr. Howard Aiken, and built by International Business Machines Corporation in New York. The machine used mechanical punch-card tabulating equipment. Considered the first large-scale electro-mechanical computer, it was a leap forward in modern computing.
it was a leap forward in modern computing.  +
Description The Mark I computer was a general-purpose
The Mark I computer was a general-purpose electro-mechanical computer that could execute long computations automatically. It was conceived by Harvard University's Dr. Howard Aiken, and built by International Business Machines Corporation in New York. The machine used mechanical punch-card tabulating equipment. Considered the first large-scale electro-mechanical computer, it was a leap forward in modern computing.
it was a leap forward in modern computing.  +
EndYear 1959  +
IEEE section Boston  +
Location Cambridge, MA  +
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Special citation false  +
StartYear 1944  +
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