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  2. John von Neumann | Biography, Accomplishments, Inventions ...

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    John von Neumann, original name János Neumann, (born December 28, 1903, Budapest, Hungary—died February 8, 1957, Washington, D.C., U.S.), Hungarian-born American mathematician. As an adult, he appended von to his surname; the hereditary title had been granted his father in 1913. Von Neumann grew from child prodigy to one of the world’s foremost mathematicians by his mid-twenties ...

  3. John von Neumann - Wikipedia

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    John von Neumann, Hongaars: Neumann János (Boedapest, 28 december 1903 - Washington D.C., 8 februari 1957) was een Hongaars-Amerikaanse wiskundige, die behalve op vele deelgebieden van de wiskunde, ook in de natuurkunde, computerwetenschappen, informatica en economie zeer belangrijke bijdragen leverde.

  4. John von Neumann - Wikipedia

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    Biografia Origini e formazione. John von Neumann nacque a Budapest il 28 dicembre 1903 da una famiglia di banchieri ebrei.Le cronache narrano che già all'età di sei anni intrattenesse gli ospiti di famiglia con la sua prodigiosa memoria, ripetendo all'istante intere pagine di elenco telefonico che gli erano state mostrate solo per pochi istanti o eseguendo rapidamente a mente divisioni con ...

  5. John von Neumann — Wikipédia

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    John von Neumann (János Lajos Neumann) (ˈnojmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ, János Lajos Neumann en hongrois), né le 28 décembre 1903 à Budapest et mort le 8 février 1957 à Washington, est un mathématicien et physicien américano-hongrois.

  6. Von Neumann architecture - Wikipedia

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    The von Neumann architecture — also known as the von Neumann model or Princeton architecture — is a computer architecture based on a 1945 description by John von Neumann, and by others, in the First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC. The document describes a design architecture for an electronic digital computer with these components:

  7. Architettura di von Neumann - Wikipedia

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    L'architettura di Von Neumann è una tipologia di architettura hardware per computer digitali programmabili a programma memorizzato la quale condivide i dati del programma e le istruzioni del programma nello stesso spazio di memoria, contrapponendosi all'architettura Harvard nella quale invece i dati del programma e le istruzioni del programma sono memorizzati in spazi di memoria distinti.

  8. Von Neumann Architecture - Computer Science GCSE GURU

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    Von Neumann architecture was first published by John von Neumann. His computer architecture design consists of a Control Unit, Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU), Memory Unit, Registers and Inputs/Outputs. Von Neumann architecture is based on the stored-program computer concept...

  9. Arquitetura de von Neumann – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    John von Neumann tornou-se familiarizado com Turing, quando ele era professor visitante na Universidade de Cambridge em 1935 e também durante o ano que Turing passou na Universidade de Princeton, em 1936-1937. Von Neumann estava envolvido no Projeto Manhattan no Los Alamos National Laboratory, que exigiu enormes quantidades de cálculo. Isso o ...

  10. Self-replicating machine - Wikipedia

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    Von Neumann's kinematic model. A detailed conceptual proposal for a self-replicating machine was first put forward by mathematician John von Neumann in lectures delivered in 1948 and 1949, when he proposed a kinematic model of self-reproducing automata as a thought experiment.

  11. Von Neumann Architecture | History & Use | Computer Science

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    A Von Neumann-based computer has the following characteristics: Utilises a single processor; Utilises one memory for both instructions and data; Implements programs by executing one instruction at a time; John Von Neumann. John Louis von Neumann is a famous mathematician who wrote the First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC.