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  1. John Vincent Atanasoff, OCM, (October 4, 1903 – June 15, 1995) was an American physicist and inventor from mixed Bulgarian-Irish origin, [1] [2] [3] best known for being credited with inventing the first electronic digital computer. [4]

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  3. John Vincent Atanasoff - Wikipedia

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    John Vincent Atanasoff, OCM, (October 4, 1903 – June 15, 1995) was an American physicist and inventor from mixed Bulgarian-Irish origin, [1] [2] [3] best known for being credited with inventing the first electronic digital computer. [4]

  4. John Vincent Atanasoff – ECE FLORIDA

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    John Vincent Atanasoff (October 1903 – June 1995) [BSE 1925] created and built the first electronic calculating machine. Atanasoff is one of the most distinguished alumni of the College of Engineering and was so recognized with an honorary doctorate of science degree from UF in 1974.

  5. John Vincent Atanasoff | Biography, Invention, & Facts

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    john vincent atanasoff, (born october 4, 1903, hamilton, new york, u.s.—died june 15, 1995, frederick, maryland), american physicist who with his graduate student clifford berry developed the atanasoff-berry computer (abc; 1937–42), a machine capable of solving differential equations using binary arithmetic and one of the first electronic digital …

  6. John Vincent Atanasoff (JVA) was born on 4 October 1903 a few miles west of Hamilton, New York. His father was a Bulgarian immigrant named Ivan Atanasov. Ivan’s name was changed to John Atanasoff by immigration officials at Ellis Island, when he arrived with an uncle in 1889.

  7. John Vincent Atanasoff | IEEE Computer Society

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    Biography John Vincent Atanasoff was born on 4 October 1903 a few miles west of Hamilton, New York. His father was a Bulgarian immigrant named Ivan Atanasov. His last name was changed to Atanasoff by immigration officials at Ellis Island when he arrived with an uncle in 1889, and later on, his first name was changed to John.

  8. John Vincent Atanasoff - Complete Biography, History and ...

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    John Vincent Atanasoff was an American engineer, physicist, mathematician, and computer scientist. Working with others, he spurred major innovations in the field of computing, ultimately earning the nickname of “the father of the modern computer.” In this regard, he is one of the most famous inventors in modern history. Early Life

  9. John V. Atanasoff | Encyclopedia.com

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    The Atanasoff-Berry Computer (ABC) was probably the first machine to use vacuum tubes to perform its calculations. John Vincent Atanasoff was born on October 4, 1903, in Hamilton, New York. He was the son of Ivan (John) Atanasoff, a Bulgarian immigrant who worked as a mining engineer, and an American mother, who taught school.

  10. John Vincent Atanasoff and the first Electronic Digital ...

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    John Atanasoff, of Bulgarian, French and Irish ancestry, was born on October 4, 1903 in Hamilton, New York to Ivan Atanasoff, an electrical engineer and a school teacher, who had immigrated to the United States in 1889. Atanasoff’s mother, Iva Lucena Purdy, was a teacher of mathematics. Atanasoff was raised in Brewster, Florida.

  11. John Vincent Atanasoff | Iowa State University Library

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    Computing machine for the solution of large systems of linear algebraic equations. John V. Atanasoff letter to Sam Legvold of Iowa State College regarding an invention of inter-locking blocks, blocks with guiding projections, and blocks with a sloping face, May 5, 1948. Design of electrical data recording and reading mechanism.

  12. John Vincent Atanasoff - the father of the computer

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    (October 4, 1903 - June 15, 1995) John Vincent Atanasoffis known as the father of the computer. With the help of one of his students Clifford E. Berry, in Iowa State College, during the 1940s, he created the ABC (Atanasoff-Berry Computer) that was the first electronic digital computer. John Vincent Atanasoff was