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  • heidipl48@aol.com
    schweppe@ieee.org Re: Depending on your age, a real pioneer of the IEEE would had to have been at least your greatgrandfather. ;-) Here s my stepfather s docs
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      schweppe@...
      Re: Depending on your age, a real pioneer of the IEEE would had to have been
      at least your greatgrandfather. ;-)

      Here's my stepfather's docs in IEEE annals. Thanks for the complement about
      my age.

      Nathaniel Rochester (1984) was chief architect of IBM's first scientific
      computer (the 701) and of the prototype of its first commercial computer (the
      702), as well as the developer of symbolic assembly-language programming.


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