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what stands for FORTRAN? FORmula TRANslator
who built COBAL? Grace Murray Hopper
who built the BASIC John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz
who built the ICs? Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce
when was the IBM system 360 built? 1964
when was the Microprocessor built and who built it? Marcian Hoff in 1970
when was the altair built? 1957
the IC's were built in 1961
typical size of the IC's are .5” wide long.
this computer was one of the first computers to use Integrated circuits. IBM system 360
what were some advantages of the IBM360? Popular among businesses, Smaller size, Less expensive
This is a large computer system that is usually used for multi-user applications Mainframe
was one of the first mainframes IBM System 360
Invented by Marcian Hoff in 1970 Microprocessor
Made possible to build a computer known as microcomputer. ( fits on a desktop) Microprocessor
how did Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce work?? independantly
what was one of the first mainframes IBM System 360
what did the IBM System 360 communicate with? terminals
when was the Microprocessor invented 1970
built the first Apple computer Stephen Woniak and Steven
3 types of programming languages. furtran, basic and cobal.
what replaced 100s of transistors? integrated chips
name 1 of the first mainframes IBM 360
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