Das Ada Lovelace-Projekt Translate this page augusta ada King Countess of lovelace ada lovelace in einer Zusammenstellung englischerMathematiker durch die School of Mathematics and Statistics, University http://www.ada-lovelace.de/ada/aboutada.htm
Extractions: Als Erfinderin der Programmierung wird Ada Lovelace in aller Welt verehrt. Ihre Fans und Bewunderer haben auf zahlreichen Seiten im Internet Wissenswertes, Unterhaltsames und Dokumentarisches über "ihre" Ada zusammengetragen: Biographisches: A Portrait of Ada Byron King, Countress of Lovelace, 18151852
Extractions: Meeting Overview The Augusta Ada Lovelace award, given annually by the Association for Women in Computing (AWC), will be presented to Computer Scientist Frances Allen at a gala event hosted by the AWC Puget Sound chapter on October 12 in Seattle. About the Speaker: In addition to her technical work, Allen is an active mentor and role model, especially for young women starting their careers. She notes that the percentage of women in computing now seems to be less than when she started and wants to change that. The AWC Puget Sound chapter invites you to join in honoring Dr. Allen with the prestigious Augusta Ada Lovelace award. The Augusta Ada Lovelace award is named for Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace (1815-1852), a scientist and very intelligent Victorian lady who became friends with Charles Babbage, fellow scientist and mathematician. This special evening of networking, dining, and celebration of Dr. Allen's 45 years of contributions, will be concluded with a Leadership address given by Dr. Frances Allen. New York Times article about Dr. Frances Allen
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Extractions: Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace, was one of the most picturesque characters in computer history. August Ada Byron was born December 10, 1815 the daughter of the illustrious poet, Lord Byron. Five weeks after Ada was born Lady Byron asked for a separation from Lord Byron, and was awarded sole custody of Ada who she brought up to be a mathematician and scientist. Lady Byron was terrified that Ada might end up being a poet like her father. Despite Lady Byron's programming Ada did not sublimate her poetical inclinations. She hoped to be "an analyst and a metaphysician". In her 30's she wrote her mother, if you can't give me poetry, can't you give me "poetical science?" Her understanding of mathematics was laced with imagination, and described in metaphors. At the age of 17 Ada was introduced to Mary Somerville, a remarkable woman who translated LaPlace's works into English, and whose texts were used at Cambridge. Though Mrs. Somerville encouraged Ada in her mathematical studies, she also attempted to put mathematics and technology into an appropriate human context. It was at a dinner party at Mrs. Somerville's that Ada heard in November, 1834, Babbage's ideas for a new calculating engine, the Analytical Engine. He conjectured: what if a calculating engine could not only foresee but could act on that foresight. Ada was touched by the "universality of his ideas". Hardly anyone else was.
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Extractions: Contributed by Dr. Betty Toole Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace, was one of the most picturesque characters in computer history. August Ada Byron was born December 10, 1815 the daughter of the illustrious poet, Lord Byron. Five weeks after Ada was born Lady Byron asked for a separation from Lord Byron, and was awarded sole custody of Ada who she brought up to be a mathematician and scientist. Lady Byron was terrified that Ada might end up being a poet like her father. Despite Lady Byron's programming Ada did not sublimate her poetical inclinations. She hoped to be "an analyst and a metaphysician". In her 30's she wrote her mother, if you can't give me poetry, can't you give me "poetical science?" Her understanding of mathematics was laced with imagination, and described in metaphors. At the age of 17 Ada was introduced to Mary Somerville, a remarkable woman who translated LaPlace's works into English, and whose texts were used at Cambridge. Though Mrs. Somerville encouraged Ada in her mathematical studies, she also attempted to put mathematics and technology into an appropriate human context. It was at a dinner party at Mrs. Somerville's that Ada heard in November, 1834, Babbage's ideas for a new calculating engine, the Analytical Engine. He conjectured: what if a calculating engine could not only foresee but could act on that foresight. Ada was touched by the "universality of his ideas". Hardly anyone else was. Babbage worked on plans for this new engine and reported on the developments at a seminar in Turin, Italy in the autumn of 1841. An Italian, Menabrea, wrote a summary of what Babbage described and published an article in French about the development. Ada, in 1843, married to the Earl of Lovelace and the mother of three children under the age of eight, translated Menabrea's article. When she showed Babbage her translation he suggested that she add her own notes, which turned out to be three times the length of the original article. Letters between Babbage and Ada flew back and forth filled with fact and fantasy. In her article, published in 1843, Lady Lovelace's prescient comments included her predictions that such a machine might be used to compose complex music, to produce graphics, and would be used for both practical and scientific use. She was correct.
Da Yron Ing Links and references.Category Computers History Pioneers lovelace, ada (Includes photos of letters from ada to Babbage.). History of Mathematics adalovelace. Baum, Joan. Toole, Betty A. A Biographical Sketch of ada lovelace. http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/tap/ada-lovelace.html
Extractions: A Portrait Pictures of Ada are available at The Ada Picture Gallery and Another Ada Picture Gallery Angluin, Dana. Lady Lovelace and the Analytical Engine. Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1976: pp. 5-10; Vol. 6, No. 2, February 1976: pp. 6-8. Babbage, Alister. The Selling of the Difference Engine , by the great great great grandson of Charles Babbage at The Annex online magazine . (Includes photos of letters from Ada to Babbage.) History of Mathematics: Ada Lovelace Baum, Joan. The Calculating Passion of Ada Byron. Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1986. Freeman, Elisabeth. Ada and the Analytical Engine , Educom Review, March/April, 1996. Lewis, Judith S. Princess of Parallelograms and Her Daughter: Math and Gender in the Nineteenth Century English Aristocracy. Department of History, University of Oklahoma, 1992. Moore, Doris Langley. Ada, Countess of Lovelace: Byron's Legitimate Daughter. Stein, Dorothy. Ada, a life and a legacy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1985.
Extractions: Picture taken by John Barnes Augusta Ada Byron was born on 10 December 1816. She holds the destinction of being Lord Byron's only legitiment child as well as being perhaps the only good thing that came of his marriage to Annabella Milbanke. Lord and Lady Byron seperated when Ada was only 5 weeks old. From that point on she was raised solely by her mother. Shortly afterwords Lord Byron left England for the last time. Ada would never see him alive again. Not surprisingly Ada becamean avid mathmatician like her mother. And though she never really knewher father well it should be noted that they shared many similarities.Throughout their lives both had accomplished great things, but they were also haunted by periods of scandal and disgrace. And both died young atexactly the same age - 36. In July 1835 Ada married William, 8th Lord King (1805-1893), who would be created the first Earl of Lovelace in 1838. Together Ada and Lord King had three children: Byron Noel King, The first Viscount Ockham and 12th Baron Wentworth (1836-1862), Ralph Gordon Noel, 9th Lord King, 13th Baron Wentworth, and the 2nd Earl of Lovelace (1839-1906), and Anne Issabella Noel King, 15th Baroness Wentworth(1837-1917).
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Ada Lovelace - Table Of Contents Bonus Materials Email me The Enchantress of Numbers Lady AugustaAda Byron King, Countess of lovelace Forget this world and http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~elliotk/Ada/
Extractions: This project focuses on the life and work of Ada Byron Lovelace, considered by some to be the first computer programmer. The project starts with a brief biography of her collaborator Charles Babbage and a description of the Analytical Engine she wrote about, in order to provide adequate background information. It then gives a biography of Ada herself, followed by a summary of her Notes on the Analytical Engine and a discussion of whether or not she should truly be considered the first programmer. Finally there is a timeline of the events affecting her life, a list of references and resources, and a fun bonus section.
Ada Byron Lovelace Portrait, biographical facts, and anecdotes.Category Computers History Pioneers lovelace, adaada BYRON lovelace. The First Computer Programmer. Biographical Facts Contributionsada lovelace is best known as the first computer programmer. http://www.aimsedu.org/Math_History/Samples/ADA/Ada.html
Extractions: Ada Byron Lovelace was a British mathematician and musician, born in London in 1815. Her father was the British poet, Lord Byron. Her mother, Annabella Milbanke, encouraged her to study mathematics. Ada married Lord William King, Earl of Lovelace, and had three children. She died of cancer in 1852 at the age of 36. Contributions: Lord Byron was a flamboyantly handsome man who traveled widely and wrote what was sometimes biting criticism of British society. He fell in love with Annabella Milbanke, but their marriage lasted only one year. One week after his daughter Ada was born, Byron left for Italy and never saw Ada again. He died in Greece while fighting for Greek freedom from the Turks when Ada was 8 years old. Those who knew Byron often remarked on the similarities between him and his mathematical daughter. The two shared dark, romantic good looks. They both died young, at exactly the same age- 36. In very different ways, they both experienced periods of great achievement and accomplishment.
Ada Lovelace: Founder Of Scientific Computing Biography and portrait.Category Computers History Pioneers lovelace, ada Doris Langley Moore, 1977 ada Countess of lovelace (London John Murray); JoanBaum, 1986 The Calculating Passion of ada Byron (Archon Books); Betty A. http://www.sdsc.edu/ScienceWomen/lovelace.html
Extractions: Contents Next A da Byron was the daughter of a brief marriage between the Romantic poet Lord Byron and Anne Isabelle Milbanke, who separated from Byron just a month after Ada was born. Four months later, Byron left England forever. Ada never met her father (who died in Greece in 1823) and was raised by her mother, Lady Byron. Her life was an apotheosis of struggle between emotion and reason, subjectivism and objectivism, poetics and mathematics, ill health and bursts of energy. Lady Byron wished her daughter to be unlike her poetical father, and she saw to it that Ada received tutoring in mathematics and music, as disciplines to counter dangerous poetic tendencies. But Ada's complex inheritance became apparent as early as 1828, when she produced the design for a flying machine. It was mathematics that gave her life its wings. Lady Byron and Ada moved in an elite London society, one in which gentlemen not members of the clergy or occupied with politics or the affairs of a regiment were quite likely to spend their time and fortunes pursuing botany, geology, or astronomy. In the early nineteenth century there were no "professional" scientists (indeed, the word "scientist" was only coined by William Whewell in 1836)but the participation of noblewomen in intellectual pursuits was not widely encouraged.
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Extractions: Pionierin der Computerwelt "No one knows what power lies yet undevelopped in that wiry system of mine" Marina ist Studentin der Informatik im 9. Semester. In ihrer Freizeit ist sie leidenschaftliche Tennisspielerin beim Tennisclub Mariendorf. Als Tutorin betreut sie die INFO-Veranstaltungen. Ada Lady Lovelace Charles Babbage (1792-1871) Der Jacquard-Webstuhl, Lyon, Frankreich, 1805 Betty Toole: Ada, The Enchantress of Numbers, Strawberry Press Lovelace, Countess of: Translator's Notes to an Article on Babbage's Analytical Engine. In: Scientific Memoirs. Hrsg. von R.Taylor. Bd.3.London 1842
Extractions: Ada en Dans cette première page d'approche du langage Ada, je ne proposerai pas l'écriture d'un programme, mais un historique du langage Ada, l'objectif et les méthodes du présent apprentissage. J'ajouterai qu'en matière de cours complet sur le langage Ada 95, il existe une ouvrage de référence : Ce site n'est pas un cours systématique sur le langage Ada. Il s'adresse à des personnes qui veulent apprendre, en partant de la pratique, c'est à dire de petits problèmes résolus en langage Ada. Le point de départ de toutes les informations sur le langage est donc des programmes d'exemples qui sont, pour moi, l'occasion d'aborder telle ou telle notion.
Extractions: Zugegeben - von Ada Lovelaces Kommentaren zur Rechenmaschine von Charles Babbage Augusta Ada Lovelace seither untrennbar mit den Anfängen der "Computerei" verbunden ist. Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace wird am 10. Dezember 1815 als Tochter des 6. Lord Byrons , des Poeten, und der hochbegabten Annabella Milbanke, Lady Noel Byron Augustus de Morgan Trotz dieser wissenschaftlichen Ausbildung ist Ada die Tochter ihres Vaters und es gelingt ihr, technische Vorgänge mit Poesie und Bildhaftigkeit zu beschreiben. So schreibt sie später zur "Analytischen Maschine": Dieser "weibliche" Zugang zur Technik wird auch durch die Freundschaft mit Mary Somerville LaPlaces Werke Auf einer Dinnerparty bei Mrs. Somerville trifft Ada im November 1834 The Analytical Machine Am 8. Juli 1835 heiratet Ada William King, den 8. Baron King . Als er Earl wird, wird Ada Countess Lovelace . Ada schenkt im Lauf der Ehe 3 Kindern das Leben . Luigi Federico Menabrea Ihre Idee, das Geld für den Bau der Maschine durch Pferdewetten aufzubringen, stürzt sie für Jahre in tiefe Schulden. Dazu kommt eine Morphin-Sucht als Folge einer unbedachten Heilbehandlung. Sie kann sich davon zwar befreien, ihr Gesundheitszustand bleibt daraufhin aber sehr labil. Sie selbst schreibt das "zu viel Mathematik" zu. Auch der große Mathematiker
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