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The MSUDC or Michigan State University Discrete Computer, was a first-generation computer built by Michigan State University, was based on the IAS architecture developed by John von Neumann. As with almost all computers of its era, it was a one of a kind machine that could not exchange programs with other computers (even other IAS machines). Jump to: navigation, search Michigan State University Michigan State University is a university in East Lansing, Michigan near the state capital of Lansing. ... Jump to: navigation, search The IAS machine was the first electronic digital computer built by the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton, NJ, USA. The paper describing the design of the IAS machine was edited by John von Neumann, (see Von Neumann architecture). ... Jump to: navigation, search John von Neumann in the 1940s. ... Jump to: navigation, search The IAS machine was the first electronic digital computer built by the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton, NJ, USA. The paper describing the design of the IAS machine was edited by John von Neumann, (see Von Neumann architecture). ...


Also see MISTIC. The MISTIC or Michigan State Integral Computer, an early computer built by Michigan State University, was based on the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) architecture developed by John von Neumann. ...


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The Computer Center once housed the early computers MISTIC and MSUDC.
The MSUDC or Michigan State University Discrete Computer, was a first-generation computer built by Michigan State University, based on the IAS architecture developed by John von Neumann.
As with almost all computers of its era, it was a one of a kind machine that could not exchange programs with other computers (even other IAS machines).
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