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Herman 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 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 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 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 ...