5 edition of Herman Hollerith found in the catalog.
Bibliography, p403-406. - Includes index.
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"Herman Hollerith: Forgotten Giant of Information Processing" by Geoffrey D. Austrian is a thoroughly enjoyable and well-written biography of this quintessential pioneer in the data processing field. Austrian does a fine job of developing Hollerith's character as well as telling the story of his accomplishments, while masterfully blending in /5(5).
Read this for background info on Herman Hollerith I'm giving a talk next month and found Hollerith's story to be fascinating.
The book itself is pretty spotty the narrative fades in and out, there are several areas where the author didn't find what he was looking for and just goes with "well, he probably just did [x]" instead of doing more research.3/5.
Herman Hollerith. Herman Hollerith. Herman Hollerith (): Hollerith worked briefly for the Census Office in the run-up to the census.
This experience, along with some advice from mentor John Shaw Billings, convinced him that the Census Office desperately needed a better way to tabulate census data than hand counting. Herman Hollerith, American inventor of a tabulating machine that was an important precursor of the electronic computer.
Immediately after graduation from the Columbia University School of Mines inHollerith became an assistant to his teacher William P. Trowbridge in the U.S. census of Enter the Buffalo, New York, native Herman Hollerith.
The engineer was pondering this very problem in the early s when, on Author: Joseph Stromberg. Herman Hollerith (Febru – Novem ) was an American statistician and developed a mechanical tabulator based on punched tabulated (put into tables) the data from millions of people.
He was the founder of the Tabulating Machine Company that later became IBM. Hollerith is as a father of modern machine data : Elliott Cresson Medal (), World's.
In chapter 8 he explains the fruitful cooperation of Herman Hollerith with Dr. Billings to automate the USA census inthe beginning of Hollerith's success with his Tabulating Machine Company (TMC) which was merged into Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation on June 16th,the forerunner of IBM under the leadership of Thomas Cited by: Herman Hollerith is widely regarded as the father of modern automatic computation.
He chose the punched card as the basis for storing and processing information and he built the first punched-card tabulating and sorting machines as well as the first key punch, and he founded the company that was to become IBM.
Herman Hollerith (Febru – Novem ) was an American statistician and developed a mechanical tabulator based on punched tabulated (put into tables) the data from millions of people. He was the founder of the Tabulating Machine Company that later became IBM.
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InHerman Hollerith began designing a machine to tabulate census data more efficiently than by traditional hand methods. The U.S. Census Bureau had taken eight years to complete the census, and it was feared that the census would take even longer.
Hollerith invented and used a punched card device to help analyze the U.S Author: Mary Bellis. Herman Hollerith Biography, Life, Interesting Facts.
Herman Hollerith was an American statistician who was also an inventor. His machine has made him better known as the Father of Modern Automatic Computation.
Childhood and Early Life. Herman Hollerith was born on Februin Buffalo, New York. His parents were immigrants from Germany.
Herman Hollerith was an American statistician and inventor, regarded as the father of modern machine data processing. This biography of Herman Hollerith provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline.
Herman Hollerith, forgotten giant of information processing by Geoffrey Austrian (Book); years of data processing: the punchcard century by Frederick G Bohme (Book); The history of computing: a biographical portrait of the visionaries who shaped the destiny of the computer industry by Marguerite Zientara (Book).
Herman Hollerith was born to German immigrants, George and Franciska (Brunn) Hollerith, on Febru in Buffalo, New York. He began his university education at the City College of New York at the age of 15, and graduated from the Columbia School of.
Hollerith, Herman () Engineer and Inventor. Overview. Herman Hollerith made a major contribution to the development of the modern digital computer with his tabulating machine. An early model of his invention was first used in to tabulate medical statistics gathered by the United States Army.
That same year, the United States Census Bureau adopted Hollerith's. You might even call Herman Hollerith, the forgotten giant of computing. Herman Hollerith (Febru - Novem ) Herman Hollerith was born in Buffalo New York.
His father had fled Germany in and died when Herman was only seven. He was a very practical child and had a natural engineering talent. Herman Hollerith was born in in Buffalo, N.Y, and graduated at the age of 19 from the Columbia School of Mines.
His supervisor, William P. Trowbridge, who was a consultant to the US Bureau of the Census, introduced Hollerith to John Shaw Billings, who employed him as an assistant in his work on the statistical analysis of the census.
The US Census Bureau counted 50 million surveys by hand in But bythere was a new way. Herman Hollerith’s punched card tabulator transformed data processing, making it possible to analyze data more accurately and faster than ever before.
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Developed machines which could read and interpret data encoded on punchcards. This technology was used to automate the census, accomplishing the task of collating Born: Herman Hollerith (Febru – Novem ) was an American statistician and inventor who developed a mechanical tabulator based on punched tabulated (put into tables) the data from millions of people.
He was the founder of the Tabulating Machine Company that later became IBM. Hollerith is as a father of modern machine data : FebruBuffalo, New York.
Short biography of Herman Hollerith, the founder of IBM. Name: Herman Hollerith Born: Februin Buffalo, New York, USA Death: Novem (Age: 69) Computer-related contributions. American statistician and founder of the company now known as IBM.; Developed a mechanical tabulator based on punched cards to rapidly tabulate statistics.
Biographical Note. Geoffrey David Austrian was born on Ma Austrian first became interested in the life of Herman Hollerith (), inventor of the puched-card system of data processing, while working for the International Business Machines Corporation, the firm that grew out of Hollerith's invention. But Hollerith actually built digital (mechanical) computing machines that worked, and his company was one of four that was eventually merged into what is now IBM.
Herman Hollerith was the youngest son of German immigrant Johann Georg Franz Hollerith and his second wife Franziska (nee Brunn) from Großfischlingen (near Neustadt an der Weinstraße).
They hired a young engineer named Herman Hollerith, who had proposed a system of electronic tabulating machines that would use punched cards to record the data. This was the first successful application of automated data processing.
It was a huge success. The total population of nearly 62 million was reported after only six weeks of tabulation. Herman Hollerith. engineer, computer inventor Born: 2/29/ Birthplace: Buffalo, N.Y.
When children ask their parents, “Where did computers come from?” one answer might be, “From the entrepreneurial vision that underlies the strength of the American economy.”.
The Hollerith Electric Tabulating System consisted of punching, reading, sorting, and tabulating machines. Early Hollerith Tabulating Machines and Card Readers The tabulator was a counting machine. It kept a running count of the number of cards with a.
Herman Hollerith applied Billings’s concept, devising “‘electrical counting and integrating machines’” employed by the U.S. Census. Billings passed away Ma and was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery.
At a meeting to honor Billings’s life at the Stuart Gallery of the New York Public Library, Andrew Carnegie. Struggling so much in school that his parents had him taught at home, Herman Hollerith ( – ) went on to outstanding success in higher education and has been called variously the father of information processing, the father of modern automatic computation, and the world’s first statistical engineer.
Herman Hollerith and his first tabulator from Tabulating Machine. In the bright and unmanageable teenager Herman Hollerith (see biography of Herman Hollerith) graduated with distinction at School of Mines at Columbia University in New York (but with low marks only in bookkeeping and machines) and went to work as a special agent for the US Census Office in.
Herman HollerithBorn: Birthplace: Buffalo, N.Y. Art of compiling statistics—Hollerith invented a punch card tabulation machine system that revolutionized statistical computation. His system enabled the census to save $5 million and more than two years time.
The Herman Hollerith Endowment was established in the spring of by Dick and Romy Hollerith. Dick is a member of the Class of Income from the endowment provides an annual award in recognition of Dick’s grandfather, Herman Hollerith.
The award is presented to a graduating senior who displays through classwork, extra-curricular. View the profiles of people named Herman Hollerith. Join Facebook to connect with Herman Hollerith and others you may know. Facebook gives people the. A historic Georgetown mansion will soon hit the market with an $ million price tag, more than double what it last sold for.
Hollerith House, named after engineer and inventor Herman Hollerith. Hollerith definition is - a code for representing alphanumeric information on punch cards —called also Hollerith code. Herman Hollerith was born to German immigrants, George and Franciska (Brunn) Hollerith, on Febru in Buffalo, New York.
He began his university education at the City College of New York at the age of 15, and graduated from the Columbia School of Mines with distinction in While at Columbia, Hollerith took the standard course of.
Herman Hollerith (Febru – Novem ) was an American businessman, inventor, and statistician who developed an electromechanical tabulating machine for punched cards to assist in summarizing information and, later, in accounting. His invention of the punched card tabulating machine, patented inmarks the beginning of the era of semiautomatic.
Herman Hollerith was born in Buffalo inthe son of German immigrants who had escaped that country’s political upheaval for the promise of American prosperity. From a. Herman Hollerith spared no expense building his Georgetown manse.
He hired architect Frederic B. Pyle to design it and noted builder George A. Fuller Co. to construct it. Introduction. Herman Hollerith was born on Februin Buffalo, New York, and died on Novemin Washington, DC.
He was the inventor of the first patented mechanized punched-card system, the technological foundation for the computing industry. He established a company to pursue the innovation based on census processing in the United States and .Hollerith, Herman (hō`lərĭth), –, American inventor, o, N.Y.
After graduating from Columbia Univ. (B.S., ), he worked on the U.S. Census of Intrigued by the problem of tabulating vast amounts of data, he developed over the next several years a card that could be represent data through a series of punched holes and a number of machines for punching and Occupation: Statistician, Inventor, Businessman.