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... by RAND that was based on the von Neumann architecture that had been pioneered on the IAS machine ... After two "rescues" from the scrap heap, the machine currently resides at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California ... Like the IAS machine, JOHNNIAC used 40-bit words, and included 1024 words of Selectron tube main memory, each holding 256 bits of data ...
... As construction proceeded the armament was changed to a single 0.303 Vickers K machine gun in the nose turret and four 0.303 Browning machine guns in the tail ... kerosene pressure stove, a yacht-style porcelain flush toilet, an anchoring winch, and a small machine shop for inflight repairs ... The specification had called for an offensive armament of a 37 mm gun and up to 2,000 lb (910 kg) of bombs, mines or (eventually) depth charges ...
... mi (1,827 km) 1,530 mi (2,462 km) with 170 Imp gal (204 US gal) drop tank Armament 8 × 0.303" Browning machine guns 350 rpg 8 × 0.303" Browning machine guns 350 rpg 2 × 20 ...
... Upgraded engines with paddle-bladed propellers gave more power, and the removal of gun turrets reduced weight and gave smoother lines ... including fitting of 20 mm cannon or a.50 inch machine gun in the open hole where the FN.64 had been installed, before an official modification (Mod 925) fitted with a.303 inch machine gun was authorized for ... to the front turret to relieve the bomb aimer from having to man the front guns so that he could assist with map reading ...
... An automaton (plural automata or automatons) is a self-operating machine ... The word is sometimes used to describe a robot, more specifically an autonomous robot ...
Famous quotes containing the words browning and/or machine:
“the whole seems to fall into a shape
As if I saw alike my work and self
And all that I was born to be and do,
A twilight-piece. Love, we are in Gods hand.”
—Robert Browning (18121889)
“All day long the machine waits: rooms,
stairs, carpets, furniture, people
those people who stand at the open windows like objects
waiting to topple.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)