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  1. Herman Heine Goldstine (September 13, 1913 – June 16, 2004) was a mathematician and computer scientist, who worked as the director of the IAS machine at Princeton University's Institute for Advanced Study and helped to develop ENIAC, the first of the modern electronic digital computers. He subsequently worked for many years at IBM as an IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical position.

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  3. Herman Goldstine - Wikipedia

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    Herman Heine Goldstine (September 13, 1913 – June 16, 2004) was a mathematician and computer scientist, who worked as the director of the IAS machine at Princeton University's Institute for Advanced Study and helped to develop ENIAC, the first of the modern electronic digital computers. He subsequently worked for many years at IBM as an IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical position.

  4. Herman Goldstine (1913 - 2004) - Biography - MacTutor History ...

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    Herman Heine Goldstine Quick Info Born 13 September 1913 Chicago, Illinois, USA Died 16 June 2004 Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA Summary Herman Goldstine was an American mathematician and computer scientist who helped to develop ENIAC, an early electronic digital computer. View four larger pictures Biography

  5. Herman Goldstein - Wikipedia

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    Herman Goldstein (December 8, 1931 – January 24, 2020) was an American criminologist and legal scholar known for developing the problem-oriented policing model. He was Professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School , where he began teaching in 1964.

  6. Herman Goldstine | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Herman Heine Goldstine (September 13, 1913 – June 16, 2004) was a mathematician and computer scientist, who was one of the original developers of ENIAC, the first of the modern electronic digital computers. Herman Heine Goldstine was born in Chicago in 1913 to Jewish parents. He attended the...

  7. Herman Goldstine Dies at 90; Helped Build First Computers

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    Herman Heine Goldstine, a mathematician who worked on the earliest electronic computers and helped the military develop the famous Eniac, died on June 16 at his home in Bryn Mawr, Pa. He was 90.

  8. Herman Goldstine | IEEE Computer Society

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    Biography. Herman Heine Goldstine was born in Chicago in 1913. He attended the University of Chicago, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a degree Mathematics in 1933, a master’s degree in 1934 and a PhD. in 1936. For three years he was a research assistant under Gilbert Ames Bliss, an authority on the mathematical theory of exterior ballistics. In 1939 Goldstine began a teaching career at the University of Michigan, until the United States’ entry into World War II when he joined the Army.

  9. Herman H. Goldstine - National Science and Technology Medals ...

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    Next time you log on to your computer or laptop, think Herman Heine Goldstine. Considered one of the original developers of the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC), his work paved the way for modern electronic digital computers. After joining the U.S. Army in 1942 at the start of World War II, Goldstine was commissioned a lieutenant and worked as a mathematician at the the Ballistic Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, calculating elevation and azimuth ...

  10. Herman Goldstine Obituary (2004) San Diego Union-Tribune

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    Herman Heine Goldstine, a mathematician who worked on the earliest electronic computers and helped the military develop the famous Eniac, died June 16 at his home in Bryn Mawr, Pa. He was 90.His death

  11. Adele Goldstine - Wikipedia

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    At the University of Michigan, she met Herman Goldstine who was the military liaison and administrator for the construction of the ENIAC, and they were married in 1941. [2] After marriage, Herman had his job as a manager for project at ENIAC while Adele went to the Moore School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.

  12. Herman Goldstine - United States Army

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    Herman Heine Goldstine, mathematician, computer scientist and scientific administrator: born Chicago 13 September 1913; Instructor, University of Michigan 1939-42, Assistant Professor 1942-50;...