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  • Computer History TimelineComputer GenerationsMHS-TH-28

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    Slide 5: Picture of first generation computerSlide 6: What are first generation computersSlide 7: Picture of Cathode Ray TubeSlide 8: What is a Cathode Ray TubeSlide 9: Picture of Selective Sequence CalculatorSlide10: What is a selective sequence calculatorSlide11: picture of second generation technologySlide12: What is second generation technologySlide13: Picture of AT&Ts data phoneSlide14: What is AT&Ts data phoneSlide15: Picture of First industrial Robot

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    Slide 16: What is the First industrial RobotSlide 17: Picture of Third Generation TechnologySlide18: What are Third Generation ComputerSlide19: Picture of HP-2115Slide 20: What is the HP-2115Slide 21: Picture of The Stanford ArmSlide 22: What is the Stanford ArmSlide 23: Picture of fourth generation computersSlide 24: What are fourth generation computers

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    Slide25: The first e-mailSlide26: How the first e-mail happenedSlide27: Picture of PixarSlide28: What is PixarSlide29: Picture Of fifth generation technologySlide30: What is fifth generation technologySlide31: Picture of Voice RecognitionSlide32: What is voice recognitionSlide33: Picture of Future ChangesSlide34: What are the plans of the future

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  • 1st Generation-Vacuum tubesUsed circuitry and magnetic drums for memory.Were enormous and very expensive.Relied on machine language.Used the lowest-level programming language.Solved one problem at a time.Generated a lot of heat causing malfunctions. Table of Contents

  • Cathode Ray Tube1946-1958Table of contents

  • 1947Introduced Williams tube, Cathode ray tube.Painted dots and dashes of phosphorescent.Used as memory for vacuum tube machines.Table of Contents

  • Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator1946-1958http://ei.cs.vt.edu/~history/50th/ABC.jpgTable of Contents

  • 1948IBMS selective sequence electronic calculatorProduced 50 multiplications per second.Table of Contents

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  • 2nd Generation- TransistorsTransistors replaced vacuum tubesUshered in the second generation of computers.Computers became cheaper and more energy-efficient.Computers still generated a great amount of heat.Table of Contents

  • AT&TS Data Phone1959-1964http://www.computerhistory.org/timeline/images/1960_data.jpgTable of Contents

  • 1960At&t designed its data phone.Converts digital computer data to analog signals.Transmitted signals across its long distance networkTable of Contents

  • First industrial robot at General Motors1959-1964http://robotics-tamucc.com/images/GM.jpgTable of Contents

  • 1961First industrial robot works at general motors.Obeying step-by-step commands.Commands stored on a magnetic drum.It stacked hot pieces of die cast metalTable of Contents

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  • 3rd generation- integrated circuitsIntegrated circuits brought fourth the 3rd generation.Transistors were miniaturized and placed on chips.Increased the speed and efficiency of computers.Different applications could be ran simultaneously. Table of contents

  • HP-21151965-1970Table of contents

  • 1966Hewlett Packard entered general purpose computer business.Entered with its HP-2115 for computation.Power formerly founded in only larger companies.

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  • Stanford Arm1965-1970http://infolab.stanford.edu/pub/voy/museum/pictures/display/robots/StanfordArm.jpgTable of Contents

  • 1969Invented by Victor Scheinman.First successful electrical, computer controlled robot arm.Assembled ford model water pump by 1974.Table of contents

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  • 4th generation-Microprocessors Microprocessors brought fourth the 4th generation computers.Integrated circuits were built on single chip.Computers now fit in your hand.Computers can now be linked together.

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  • The first e-mail1971-presenthttp://img.zdnet.com/techDirectory/_1EMAIL.JPGComputer used to send first e-mailTable of Contents

  • 1971First E-mail was sent by Ray Tomlinson.Sent while working on other projects.Ray also invented the use of @.Table of Contents

  • Pixar1971-presentTable of Contentshttp://www.jimhillmedia.com/mb/images/upload/Pixar-Animation-Studios-A-w.jpg

  • 1986Pixar is foundedPixar was, special effects Computer group.Steve jobs paid10 million for Lucas films.He later renamed Lucas films Pixar.Table of Contents

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  • 5th generation-Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence is still in development.Intelligence that responds to natural language.Capable of learning and self-organization.Table of Contents

  • Voice recognition Present-beyondhttp://www.technoride.com/images/img125371.jpgTable of Contents

  • 2007-2008Converts spoken words to machine readable inputs.Used a lot in health care.Wanted to be used in Military weapons.Table of Contents

  • ChangesPresent-beyondhttp://www.dailygalaxy.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/08/30/quantum_computing.jpgTable of Contents

  • Beyond2015-converse with the average computer.Future systems will be able to solve problems.Computers will be easier to useWill be more flexible and easily customized.Will access intelligence's from anywhere.Table of ContentsBack to Beginning of slide show

  • *Citations*http://www.webopedia.com/DidYou Know/Hardware_Software/2002/FiveGeneration.asp.2007-2008,www.computerhistory.org/timeline/,2006, Oct.23.08Selective sequence calculator, http://potatoeskillme.com/comphistory1imgs/1946_eniac_large.jpg,2003,Oct.23.2008Cathode Ray Tube-http://www.robertfarrow.net/index.php?substance=replicas,2001, Nov.4,2008http://www.answers.com/topic/ai-technology_1981-2008,Oct. 30,08The First Generation Computers. http://members.iinet.net.au/~dgreen/ Last update Saturday, 21 May 2006. October 31, 2008

  • *Citations*The Five Generations of Computers. http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/Hardware_Software/2002/FiveGenerations.asp.October 24, 2008. October 31,2008http://www.scienceclarified.com/images/uesc_03_img0116.jpg. October 25,2008.October31,2008http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/overheard/files/2007/11/att_logo.JPGhttp://allworldcars.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/gm_to_close_windsor.jpghttp://www.antiqueradio.com/images/Feb07-Radio_Shack-Fig5.jpghttp://images.pcworld.com/opinion/graphics/136242-15_PDP-8.jpghttp://histru.bournemouth.ac.uk/Oral_History/Talking_About_Technology/computing/assets/hewlett_packard.jpg

  • *Citations*http://www.computerhistory.org/timeline/images/1971_tomlinson1.jpg http://www.soi.city.ac.uk/organisation/doc/research/ais/research.jpghttp://www.dailygalaxy.com/photos/uncategorized/2007/08/30/quantum_computing.jpg