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Discusses the design of early IBM computers to serve the market for scientific researchers, including Stretch and other major government-sponsored projects to develop computers for research in the physical and other sciences. 55. , Lyle R. Johnson, and John H. Palmer. IBM's 360 and Early 370 Systems (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991). Thoroughly researched technical history of the IBM 360 and early 370 systems. Although the focus is not on applications, the analysis addresses the decisionmaking process to produce a general-purpose computer that could meet the needs of a range of scientific and business users.
Edited version of paper given at International Research Conference on the History of Computing, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, June 10-15, 1976. 34 Bibliography of Scientific Computing Co-leader in developing the ENIAC discusses the paths taken, influential factors, and applications. Development of other machines is briefly discussed, including: BINAC, EDVAC, UNIVAC, and LARC. Includes comments from others related to priority issues. 98. Elzen, Boelie, and Donald MacKenzie. " Annals of the History of Computing 16 (1994): 46-61.
Annals of the History of Computing 10:2 (1988): 105-111. Physical Sciences 45 Details and analyzes the computer applications by Douglas Hartree of the National Physical Laboratory, University of Cambridge, in the study of quantum mechanics during the late 1940s. 145. Metropolis, Nicholas. " In S. Fernbach and A. Taub, eds. Computers and Their Role in the Physical Sciences (New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1970): 189-202. Metropolis details inherent errors in computing, and the propagation and monitoring of errors.