|−|In this text ''In 1953, IBM delivered its 701 Electronic Data Processing Machine, a large- scale computer for scientific and engineering applications, including national defense calculations.'' is the unusual phrase ''national defense calculations''. |+|
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|−|It would appear the project's internal IBM name, ''Defense Calculator'', has become tangled with the machine's description. See Bash, ... ''IBM's Early Computers'' p.135-164. The tangle can be deleted without loss. The project's name (which is of historic interest - p.135) should be stated explicitly if desired. | |
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