History of computer
The word computer derives from “compute”, a Greek word means to “Calculate”
Before 3000 B.C Chinese started the “Job of Calculation” with the help of a device known as “Abacus”.
Charles Babbage (Father of Computer):
In the mid 18th century, A professor of mathematics of Cambridge University (Landon) designed a machine named “Analytical Engine”.
It was designed by Charles Babbage (Father of the computer) as well as Grandfather of the modern computer.
Structure of Analytical Engine:
Analytical Engine is known as the first computer which is invented by Charles Babbage.
Height = 18′
Width = 80′
operated by = 12 Person
No of Gear & Excel = 100
Power consumed = 1,25,000 watt
Temperature = 4 degree centigrade
Alan Turing (Father of Modern Computer):
He was known as the father of modern computer who made a Turing machine, a language reconsider which accept a language or reject.
In between 1943-45, The first all Electronic Computer was introduced by John Moutchley & J.Presper Eckert at the Moor school of engineering under Pennsylvania university U.S.A.
Electronic Numerical Integrator & Calculator.
1947, Another all-electronic computer was intratual by John von Neumann at the AT & TC (American Telephone and Telegraph company) named EDVAC.
Electronic Distance variable automatic computer. which had stored program facilities.
In 1949, Another All Electronic computer was introduced by Maurice Caillet named EDSAC (Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Computer).
In 1951, Another all-electronic computer also known as the 1st commercially available computer was introduced by J. Presper Eckert with the help of IBM named UniAc/Univac(Universal Automatic Computer), which was commercially used by American census Bureau.