History of a Computer Science

Computer Science discipline has emerged since the 1940 era, along with studying the theory of algorithms and mathematical logic, as well as the invention of electronic computers to the storage capabilities of the program. In the 1930s, Alan Turing and Kurt Godel is a successful blend of algorithms, logic, and mathematical calculations, and realize them in a tool or a rule system. The algorithm used is the principle of Ada Lovelace, who developed the previous sixty years.

Inventor of the algorithm itself is recorded in the early history of a man named Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Musa al Khwarizmi. Al-Khwarizmi was a mathematician from Uzbekistan who lives in the years 770-840 AD. In western literature it is more known as Algorizm. The word itself comes from the algorithm they call it. While the analog computer invented by Vannevar Bush in 1920, and followed by an electronic computer developed by Konrad Zuse Howard Aiken and 1930. Then John Von Neumann demonstrated a phenomenal work in 1945, is a computer architecture called "von Neumann machine", where the program is stored in memory. Computer architecture is then used by modern computers until now.

Year 1960 was the start of the formalization of a new round of Computer Science. Department of Computer Science at the universities began to bloom built. This new discipline then known as Computer Science (Computer Science), Computer Engineering (Computer Engineering), computing (Computing), or Information (Informatics). From this technology is called Computer Science or Information Technology (Information Technology) began to grow very rapidly from year to year 
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