First generation 1946- 1654 - history of computer, Electrical Engineering

First Generation (1946- 1654)

In the  first  generation computer  vacuum tubes and valves were used. These computer were very large in size ( thousands of square feet on the floor). FNIAC ( Electronic Numeric Integrator and Computer), EDSAC ( Electronic Delay storage Automatic Calculator ) EDVAC ( Electronic  Discrete Variable  Automatic  Computer) IAS ( Institute of Advanced Studies )  were few  computers of this generation.

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