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... At IBM one of

**Goldstine**- IBM... At IBM one of

**Goldstine**'s most significant roles was in fostering relations between IBM researchers and the academic community ... As a fellow**Goldstine**developed an interest in the history of computing and mathematical sciences ... As the title implies, in The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann,**Goldstine**leaves little doubt that in his opinion von Neumann played a critical role in developing modern theories of computing ...**Goldstine**Theorem

... analysis, a branch of mathematics, the

**Goldstine**theorem, named after Herman

**Goldstine**, asserts that the image of the closed unit ball of a Banach space under the ...

Herman

... In the summer of 1944

**Goldstine**- BRL and The Moore School - Meeting Von Neumann... In the summer of 1944

**Goldstine**had a chance encounter with the prominent mathematician John von Neumann on a railway platform in Aberdeen, Maryland ... Unknown to**Goldstine**, von Neumann was working on the Manhattan Project that was building the first atomic bomb ...Herman

... After World War II

**Goldstine**- Institute For Advanced Study... After World War II

**Goldstine**joined von Neumann and Burks at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton where they built a computer referred to as the IAS machine ...**Goldstine**was appointed assistant director of the project and director after 1954 ...**Goldstine**went on to become the founding director of the Mathematical Sciences Department at IBM's Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York ...Adele

... Adele

**Goldstine**... Adele

**Goldstine**(December 21, 1920 – November, 1964), born Adele Katz, wrote the complete technical description for the first electronic digital computer, ENIAC ... She attended the University of Chicago, and was married to Herman**Goldstine**, the military liaison and administrator for the construction of the ENIAC ... teacher of mathematics for the women "computers" at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering,**Goldstine**also trained some of the 6 women who were the original programmers of ENIAC to perform hand calculations of ...Main Site Subjects

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