|提及的人：||John V Atanasoff; Lowell Brown; Arnold A Cohen; Donald Dubbert; J Presper Eckert; William R Keye; John W Mauchly; William C Norris; John V Atanasoff; Lowell Brown; J Presper Eckert; William R Keye; John W Mauchly; William C Norris|
|所有的著者/提供者：||Sperry Rand Corporation. Univac Division.|
|描述：||14 linear ft.|
The records of the Sperry Rand CDC case includes plaintiff's and defendant's briefs, pleadings of selected depositions (John Mauchly, Arnold Cohen, John Vincent Atanasoff), attorney correspondence, and exhibits. The exhibits addressed the issue of who invented the magnetic storage drum. There is a copy of ERA's 1948 contract with the Office of Naval Research to build the Atlas computer, Project Goldberg progress reports, laboratory notebooks of ERA engineers Arnold Cohen, William Keye, Lowell Brown, and Dr. Donald Dubbert, and 1947 report by Arnold Cohen, "Internal Storage by Magnetic Recording". Also included are copies of Eckert and Mauchly's notes on memory systems and delay storage, as well as progress reports on the EDVAC computer which was developed by the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation and the lawyers for Sperry Rand claimed was the first computer with stored-memory capability.
- Atanasoff, John V. -- (John Vincent)
- Brown, Lowell.
- Cohen, Arnold A.
- Dubbert, Donald.
- Eckert, J. Presper -- (John Presper), -- 1919-1995.
- Keye, William R., -- 1921-
- Mauchly, John W. -- (John William), -- 1907-1980.
- Norris, William C., -- 1911-2006.
- Control Data Corporation.
- Eckert-Mauchly Computer Corporation (Philadelphia, Pa.)
- Engineering Research Associates.
- Remington Rand, Inc.
- Sperry Rand Corporation. -- Univac Division.
- Sperry Univac.
- Technitrol, Inc.
- United States. -- Office of Naval Research.
- ATLAS (Computer)
- Computer industry -- United States.
- Computer storage devices.
- Magnetic drums.
- Patent laws and legislation.
- Patent licenses.
- Patent suits.
- Patents and government-developed inventions.
- Project Goldberg.
- Laboratory notebooks.
- Computer industry.
- United States.