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Reconstructing the early electronic computers

Article by James Hayes in Engineering & Technology magazine (2018). 

Reconstructions of early electronic computers are giving us new insights into how they worked and the software that ran on them. An account of the various efforts to reconstruct early computers, particularly EDSAC, including a brief history of the role played by LEO in early business computing.

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Date : 19th April 2018

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Reconstructing the early electronic computers

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