Electronic delay storage automatic computer (EDSAC) was an early British
computer. Inspired by John von Neumann's seminal First Draft of a Report on the
The Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (EDSAC) was originally built
in in the Cambridge University Mathematical Laboratory by a team lead by the ...
EDSACThe Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (EDSAC), developed
at Britain's Cambridge University, ran its first programs in 1949. It became the ...
The EDSAC was the world's first stored-program computer to operate a regular
computing service. Designed and built at Cambridge University, England, the ...
"The EDSAC (electronic delay storage automatic calculator) is a serial electronic
calculating machine working in the scale of two and using ultrasonic tanks for ...
Short for Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator, EDSAC was an early
computer dated around 1949.
Mar 30, 2011 ... The work flow of writing an EDSAC computer programme, generating the
programme paper tape, and the execution of the program are ...
Its memory was 512 36-bit words of liquid mercury delay lines, and its input and
output were provided by paper tape. The EDSAC could do about 700 additions ...
Feb 3, 2015 ... An original part of one of the UK's pioneering computers has been found in the
US. The part is a significant chunk of Edsac - a machine built at ...
The EDSAC (electronic delay storage automatic calculator) performed its first
calculation at Cambridge University, England, in May 1949. EDSAC contained ...