Gratia Hopper

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Nativitas: 9 Decembris 1906; Novum Eboracum
Obitus: 1 Ianuarii 1992; Arlington County
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: mathematicus, navy officer, computer scientist, professor, programmer

Memoria

Laurae: Defense Distinguished Service Medal, legionnaire of Legion of Merit, National Medal of Technology and Innovation, National Women's Hall of Fame, Legion of Merit, IEEE Emanuel R. Piore Award, American Campaign Medal, Distinguished Fellow of the British Computer Society, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, Computer History Museum fellow, Wilbur Cross Medal, World War II Victory Medal, W. Wallace McDowell Award
Sepultura: Arlington National Cemetery
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Commodore Grace M. Hopper, USN

Grace Murray Hopper (9 Decembris, 19061 Ianuarii , 1992) fuit physitrix computri et postica classi praefectrix CFA.[1] Auctrix in disciplina, una fuit primorum programmatorum machina Harvard Mark I.[2] Prima omnibus quae compilatrum creavit.[3][4][5][6][7]Quae programmata seiuncta ex machina pervulgavit, quod ad creandum COBOL tulit. Ascrita est etiam pervulgatum verbum "debugging" pro programmatta resarciente -inspirata a tinea amovente-. Magistrix mathematicae fuit.[8][9] Ob res gestas nuncupatur etiam ut Amazing Grace (Mirabilis Gratia) .

Fontes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Cantrell, Mark (March 2014). "Amazing Grace: Rear Adm. Grace Hopper, USN, was a pioneer in computer science". Military Officers Association of America. pp. 52–55, 106 
  2. http://chsi.harvard.edu/markone/crew.html The Mark I computer at Harvard University
  3. Richard L. Wexelblat, ed. (1981). History of Programming Languages. New York: Academic Press. ISBN 0-12-745040-8 
  4. Donald D. Spencer (1985). Computers and Information Processing. C.E. Merrill Publishing Co. ISBN 978-0-675-20290-9 
  5. Phillip A. Laplante (2001). Dictionary of computer science, engineering, and technology. CRC Press. ISBN 978-0-8493-2691-2 
  6. Bryan H. Bunch, Alexander Hellemans (1993). The Timetables of Technology: A Chronology of the Most Important People and Events in the History of Technology. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-0-671-76918-5 
  7. Bernhelm Booss-Bavnbek, Jens Høyrup (2003). Mathematics and War. Birkhäuser Verlag. ISBN 978-3-7643-1634-1 
  8. "Cyber Heroes of the past: "Amazing Grace" Hopper" 
  9. "Grace Murray Hopper"