CSEP 590A History of Computing

University of Washington Course , Autumn 2006 , Prof. Ed Lazowska

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Overview

Contents:
Steve maurer Computing to 1940 - Steve Maurer, Ed Lazowska: Electronic Computing 1940-1970 - Steve Maurer: Antitrust & Computing-Gordon Bell: Minicomputers: The DEC (aka Digital) Story-Butler Lampson: The Alto and Ethernet System - Xerox PARC in the 1970's - Armando Fox: The Origins of Software - Burton Smith: A History of Supercomputing - Ray Ozzie: Collaboration Software - Ed Lazowska: The Role of DARPA - Kate Deibel: Women in Computing - John Markoff: Sixties Counterculture and the Personal Computer Industry - Bud Tribble: Macintosh Software - Christos Papadimitriou: Computation: The Mathematical Story - Mike Koss: The Enigma Machine

Lecture 1: Steve Maurer Computing to 1940

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