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Charles Babbage (1791-1871) English mathematician and pioneer of computing, 1871
Charles Babbage (1791-1871) English mathematician and pioneer of computing, 1871
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Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement
Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement
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Charles Babbages proposed design for a diving bell, 1855
Charles Babbages proposed design for a diving bell, 1855
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Countess Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), English mathematician and writer. Artist: Margaret Carpenter
Countess Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), English mathematician and writer. Artist: Margaret Carpenter
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George and Edward Scheutzs calculating machine
George and Edward Scheutzs calculating machine
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Babbages difference machine, 1864. Artist: Charles Babbage
Babbages difference machine, 1864. Artist: Charles Babbage
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Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement Featured Image

Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement

Charles Babbage's Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. English mathematician Charles Babbage (1791-1871) first conceived the idea of an advanced calculating machine to calculate and print mathematical tables in 1812, as he wanted to eliminate all the sources of inaccuracy associated with compiling mathematical tables by hand. The engine was begun in 1824 and assembled in 1832 by Joseph Clement, a skilled toolmaker and draughtsman. It was a decimal digital machine - the value of a number represented by the positions of toothed wheels marked with decimal numbers

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