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A non-technical description of E.D.S.A.C: How the Cambridge Electronic Calculator works

Anonymous report for J. Lyons & Co. on the Cambridge EDSAC, June 1949.


This is part A of the report; Part B was the more technical part and Part C was an analysis of how a problem can be analysed for a computer. Neither of these parts are now available.


Date : June 1949

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