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548 words, approx. 2 pages
Bush, Vannevar Vannevar Bush is credited with the invention of some of the most advanced computers of his time. Electrical Engineer1890–1974 Vannevar Bush is best known for mobilizing U.... Read more
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Vannevar Bush 1890-1974 American Electrical Engineer and Computer Scientist Vannevar Bush is known as "The Godfather of Information Science." In the early 1930s he and his colleagues at ... Read more
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Harold Locke Hazen 1901-1980 American engineer who with Vannevar Bush invented the electromechanical analog computer that could solve sixth-order differential equations and three simultaneous second-o... Read more
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Vannevar Bush Born March 11, 1890 Everett, Massachusetts Died June 28, 1974 Belmont, Massachusetts Physicist, electrical research engineer, inventor, science administrator "The anonymous ar... Read more
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Bush, Vannevar (1890-1974) Vannevar Bush was born March 11, 1890, in Everett, Massachusetts, son of Universalist minister Richard Perry Bush and Emma Linwood Paine Bush. As a boy, he loved to tinker. ... Read more
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Bush, Vannevar Inventor and adviser to U.S. presidents during World War II, Vannevar Bush (1890–1974), was born in Everett, Massachusetts, on March 11, and became a major architect of postwar s... Read more