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Technology in Australia 1788-1988Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering
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Chapter 8

I Part 1: Communications

II Epilogue

III Part 2: Early Australian Computers And Computing
i Instruments and calculators
ii The transition to the computer, 1945 to 1951
iii The first computers, 1951 to 1956
iv Concentration on large-scale systems, 1958 to 1963
v Software and microelectronics, after 1965
vi Industry, education and the computing fraternity

IV Acknowledgements



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40 Cirrus, a small multi-user, microprogrammed computer, University of Adelaide, South Australia. 1963 (M. W. Allen, T. Pearcey, J. P. Penny, G. A. Rose, J. G. Sanderson).

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