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The Cambridge Scholars Series on Historical Computing Machines is focused on describing the architecture, development and operation of computing systems from mainframes to microprocessors beginning with machines developed by Konrad Zuse, Atanasoff-Berry, Stibitz, and continuing through about 1995. It will also discuss the influence of hardware on operating systems and programming languages, and vice versa, where appropriate. The latter cut-off date is chosen to allow consensus to develop about the continuing evolution and contributions of major microprocessors.
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