Earliest Devices Through History
By: Ryan H. and Maryam A.
The Earliest Computer Device: The Counting Method
A Few Pictures of Computers...
Abacus Binary System
One of the first counting methods used by human kind.
Introduced in January of 1982. The device is now on the USA market for approximately $595.00. Its name was made from the 64 kilobits that it held and holds currently.
Want an interesting fact? The Atari 400 and 800 were both announced in December 1978, though they didn't actually start shipping until late in 1979.
It was made for scientific calculations and added in "microsecond circuits installed at critical locations" meaning and impressively sent electrical impulses to units faster than one millionth of a second.
It is an educational toy for the younger group in society. It can be made to make a variety of games.
Data processing takes place. Its solves any problem in which the machine is given, using equations to solve even the toughest of math problems in millionth of a second.
The Role of the texas Instrument in the Development of Computer Technology...
On This Day in History! March 9
The Biogaphy of Steve Jobs.
Guess What: Its my birthday! March 4
Its Ryans Birthday!
Who hates Youtube? I Mean Really.
About the Famous Bill Gates
Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg
Twitter and its founder Jack Dorsey
The Very First Computer Game
Global Video Game Revenues Through the Years
1. 2007 - 1.07 in revenue
2. 2008 - 1.4 in revenue
3. 2009 - 1.63 in revenue
4. 2010 - 1.9 in revenue
5. 2011 - 2.18 in revenue
6. 2012 - 2.49 in revenue
7. 2013 - 2.8 in revenue
8. 2014 - 3.1 in revenue
9. 2015 - 3.41 in revenue
The Ride at DIsney exploring the Past, Present and the Future...
Heres An Interesting Fact
About Plankalkul in 1940... What would it accomplish?
"In 1940 Z2 was successfully demonstrated to the Deutschen Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt and Zuse obtained partially funding for the development of his third computer, Z3, which he began to build in 1939. Z3 was ready in the spring of 1941, and in May, 1941, it was presented to the scientists in Berlin. Z3 and was built completely out of relays (600 for the arithmetic unit, 1400 for the memory and 400 for the control unit). In all other aspects it was similar to Z1 and Z2: it used binary numeral system and floating-point numbers, a floating-point arithmetic unit with two 22-bit registers, storage capacity of 64 words with 22 bit word length, control via 8-channel tape (i.e., a command consisted of 8 bits). The input was via a special keyboard. Output by displaying the results on light stripe including the location of the decimal commas. It was a little bit faster—5,33 Hz. The principle of work of the machine however, was improved, introducing some parallelism: a 22-bit word of data could be moved from the memory to the Register R1 and vice versa in one step (clock cycle). The same holds true for the arithmetic unit, where, amongst other things, parallel adders were used." ("History of Computers and Computing, Birth of the Modern Computer, Relays Computer, Konrad Zuse.")
Frequently Bought Electronics Online
A few examples are as followed:
- Computer or software- 34%
Tablet computer- 29%
Smartphone/ Mobile phone- 23%
The word algorithm came from the Arab word, “Al Kuvaritm”. Though through the years of 1800-1600 B.C it was the Egyptians and the Babylonians who had used the algorithms.
“A recent archaeological expedition has brought to light, in an area of Mesopotamia (currently Iraq) near ancient Babylon (currently Baghdad), some tablets covered with cuneiform (having the form of a wedge) signs” (Paolo) These signs have been of interest since. They were written during the Hammurabi dynasty (1800-1600B.C) and showed how the Babylonians had great knowledge of Algebra during the time. The only limitation with this group, is that they did not know how to use the formulas that they had made in their everyday life. “Each concise formula was seen as a list of elementary actions whose execution had the same effect as the application of the concise formula. In other words applying the concise formula is equivalent to applying the corresponding sequence of elementary actions to resolve the problem.”(Paolo)
For My Own School
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