The Next Generation of Computing: Emulating the Human Brain
Nearly 70 years ago, a team of engineers and mathematicians funded by the U.S. Army announced a new computing machine. They called it "ENIAC," for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. It is generally accepted that this event heralded the beginning of the modern computing era. The most notable feature of ENIAC was its computing architecture developed by mathematician John von Neumann, which be-came the basis for modern computing and every computer built since 1948.
Embedded Virtualization in Automation Systems
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