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Andrew Donald Booth

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Andrew Donald Booth 11 February 1918 – 29 November 2009 was a British electrical engineer, physicist and computer scientist who was an early developer of the magnetic drum memory for computers and invented Booth's multiplication algorithm

Booth was raised in Weybridge, Surrey, and educated at the Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School In 1937, he won a scholarship to read mathematics at Jesus College, Cambridge Booth left Cambridge without taking a degree, having become disaffected with pure mathematics as a subject He chose an external degree from the University of London instead, which he obtained with a first

From 1943 to 1945, Booth worked as a mathematical physicist in the X-ray team at the British Rubber Producers' Research Association BRPRA, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, gaining his PhD in crystallography from Birmingham University in 1944 In 1945, he moved to Birkbeck College, University of London, where his work in the crystallography group led him to build some of the first electronic computers in the United Kingdom including the All Purpose Electronic Computer, first installed at the British Rayon Research Association Booth founded Birkbeck's department of numerical automation and was recently named a fellow at the university He also did early pioneering work in machine translation

Booth married computer engineer Kathleen H V Britten; during 1947–1953 they produced three computing machines together

Booth served as President of Lakehead University from 1972–1978

References

  1. ^ a b c Andrew Booth: scientist who invented the magnetic storage device, The Times, 12 January 2010
  2. ^ Johnson, Roger Pioneer Profile: Andrew Booth Resurrection, Issue 51, Summer 2010 London: Computer Conservation Society
  3. ^ Mark Ward 2 April 2016 "From punch cards to smartphones" BBC News Online 
  4. ^ The work of Professor Andrew D Booth, Department of Computer Science, Birkbeck College, London, UK
  5. ^ Collin, Andrew Andrew Booth's Computers at Birkbeck College Resurrection, Issue 5, Spring 1993 London: Computer Conservation Society
  6. ^ "Archived copy" Archived from the original on 2011-05-06 Retrieved 2011-01-02  Computer Science at Birkbeck College
  7. ^ Booth, Andrew 2003 H L Somers, ed Mechanical Translation Readings in machine translation MIT Press 

External links

  • The APEXC driver page
  • Principles and Progress in the Construction of High-Speed Digital Computers
  • Andrew Booth Collection, University of Manchester Library

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