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Maurice Bonney: Memoir

Maurice Bonney: DOB: 1932

Abstract: Maurice Bonney was a mathematician who had early experience of working with LEO as head of a group of programmers involved with aerodynamic calculations for missile technology working in the British aircraft industry, and using LEO as a bureau facility. Later in his career he worked for Reynold Chains on their LEO III as chief programmer. He subsequently joined academia In Operations Management finishing his academic career as Professor of Operations Management. He spent much of his academic career working on Computer Aided Design producing significant innovative research. 

He has written a substantial memoir about his career including his LEO experiences. The memoir is still undergoing revision.

(Memoir to be added.)

Date : Unknown

Creator : LEO

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53393. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Maurice Bonney: Memoir

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