The term "computer", in use from the early 17th century (the first known written reference dates from 1613), meant "one who computes": a person performing mathematical calculations, before electronic computers became commercially available.
"The human computer is supposed to be following fixed rules; he has no authority to deviate from them in any detail." (Turing, 1950)
Teams of people were frequently used to undertake long and often tedious calculations; the work was divided so that this could be done in parallel.
The first time the term "Computer" appeared in The New York Times was February 3, 1853; an obituary stated:
Since the end of the 20th century, the term "human computer" has also been applied to individuals with prodigious powers of mental arithmetic, also known as mental calculators.
Computer is an IEEEComputer Society practitioner-oriented magazine issued to all members of the society. It contains peer-reviewed articles, regular columns and interviews on current computing-related issues. The magazine can be categorized somewhere between a trade magazine and a research journal, drawing on elements of both. Computer provides information regarding current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the computing profession. Subscriptions of the magazine are provided free of cost to IEEE Computer Society members.
Some parties are held in honor of a specific person, day, or event, such as a birthday party, a Super Bowl party, or a St. Patrick’s Day party. Parties of this kind are often called celebrations. A party is not necessarily a private occasion. Public parties are sometimes held in restaurants, pubs, beer gardens, nightclubs or bars, and people attending such parties may be charged an admission fee by the host. Large parties in public streets may celebrate events such as Mardi Gras or the signing of a peace treaty ending a long war.
Whereas the second series was set mainly in a flat in Dalston, England, the third series was set in a second hand shop below the flat called the Nabootique, owned by Naboo, and run by Howard Moon and Vince Noir. The flat, however, is re-used for most of the setting of the episode "Party".
Series 3 had the smallest budget of all three series to date. Filming for the series took place in seven weeks, from July to September 2007, in a warehouse in a disused Ministry of Defence site in Surrey, England.
Physicians to Women neglected to take reasonable measures that would have protected its patients from an incident that involved an unknown party accessing its computer network, according to the lawsuit filed Friday in U.S.District Court in Roanoke... .
NIA’s computers are critical information infrastructure, to be protected by NCIIPC ... Only three types of individuals who have been authorised in writing by the NIA will have access to NIA’s computer systems.
He loves his computer. Have your kid tell Georges he wants him to come to the party. Make sure to include your address and the time the party starts ... If you want your party to stand out in his mind, make it unique.
People in San Francisco are wearing Apple's new face computer to upscale locations like dance parties, or even breaking them out during dinners ...Linck quipped on X that it's "not really an sf dinner party anymore without a couple of vision pros.".
Here’s an idea ... That sounds like a good idea ... Church memberKenn Andrews is one of the organizers ... Sometimes the pulldown boxes on computer pages will kick you over to March,” Lori said. She was planning a "Sweet 16" party with bowling and a big cake ... 29.