Harvard mark ii machine



computer, history
A relay-based computer designed and built by Howard Aiken, with support from IBM, for the United States Navy’s Naval Proving Ground, between 1942 – 1947. The Harvard Mark II was the second in a series of four electro-mechanical computers that were forerunners of the ENIAC.
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(2003-09-13)

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