Frank M. Verzuh Moore School of Electrical Engineering lecture notes
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The collection contains photocopies of the typewritten notes by Frank M. Verzuh relating to the Moore School Lectures. He typed the notes on a daily basis from shorthand notes taken during each lecture. In some cases the notes are the only documentation remaining from certain lectures.
- Verzuh, Frank M. (Person)
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The copyright to all materials in the collection has been retained by the author, Frank M. Verzuh. Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).
After the development of the ENIAC was announced in 1946, the Moore School of Electrical Engineering held a special course to meet the demand for information about electronic computers. The course was held from July 8 to August 31, 1946, and it featured lecturers and students who later became prominent in the history of computing. Among the students was Frank M. Verzuh who took detailed notes of all the scheduled lectures. The course, which focused on the EDVAC and the ENIAC, has become known as the
Moore School Lectures.
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Collection contains a photocopy of the typewritten notes by Frank M. Verzuh relating to the Moore School Lectures.
The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by Frank M. Verzuh in 1989.
- Frank M. Verzuh Moore School of Electrical Engineering Lecture Notes, 1946. Finding Aid.
- Prepared by Kevin D. Corbitt, March 1991.
- March 2004
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