# Herman Goldstine

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American mathematician

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Mathematics

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#110

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#10

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Measure Theory

#25

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#49

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#13

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Computer Science

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#137

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#78

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Numerical Analysis

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#4

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#3

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Programming

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#8

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#5

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Theoretical Computer Science

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## Herman Goldstine's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics University of Chicago

## Why Is Herman Goldstine Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Herman Heine Goldstine was a mathematician and computer scientist, who worked as the director of the IAS machine at the Institute for Advanced Study and helped to develop ENIAC, the first of the modern electronic digital computers. He subsequently worked for many years at IBM as an IBM Fellow, the company's most prestigious technical position.

## Herman Goldstine's Published Works

### Published Works

- The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann (1973) (532)
- Numerical inverting of matrices of high order (1947) (493)
- Preliminary discussion of the logical design of an electronic computing instrument (1946) (1989) (343)
- Planning and coding of problems for an Electronic Computing Instrument (1947) (267)
- A Branch of Mathematics. (Book Reviews: A History of the Calculus of Variations from the 17th through the 19th Century) (1980) (189)
- A History of Numerical Analysis from the 16th through the 19th Century. (1976) (182)
- The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC) (1946) (136)
- The Jacobi Method for Real Symmetric Matrices (1959) (114)
- Numerical inverting of matrices of high order. II (1951) (90)
- The Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries (1977) (65)
- Blast wave calculation (1955) (59)
- A Procedure for the Diagonalization of Normal Matrices (1959) (47)
- Hilbert space with non-associative scalars II (1964) (25)
- Weakly complete Banach spaces (1938) (24)
- ON A HILBERT SPACE WITH NONASSOCIATIVE SCALARS. (1962) (18)
- Selected papers of Norbert Wiener (1964) (17)
- A numerical study of a conjecture of Kummer (1953) (15)
- New and full moons 1001 B.C. to A.D. 1651 (1973) (14)
- Hilbert space with non-associative scalars I (1964) (13)
- Footnote to a Recent Paper (1960) (11)
- Program debugging (1974) (10)
- Description of the ENIAC and Comments on Electronic Digital Computing Machines (1945) (10)
- Communication Channels. (1961) (10)
- A multiplier rule in abstract spaces (1938) (7)
- The Dawn of the Computer Age@@@Pieces of the Action.@@@The Computer from Pascal to von Neumann.@@@I am a Mathematician: The Later Life of a Prodigy. (1974) (5)
- Linear functionals and integrals in abstract spaces (1941) (5)
- Review: F. J. Murray, The theory of mathematical machines (1947) (5)
- The calculus of variations in abstract spaces (1942) (5)
- New directions in floating-point arithmetic (5)
- Minimum problems in the functional calculus (1940) (4)
- Scientific Work of J. von Neumann. (1957) (3)
- The Future of Scientific Computing (1966) (3)
- Reflections on the early days of the department (1987) (3)
- Some remarks on logical design and programming checks (1953) (3)
- Remembrance of things past (1990) (2)
- Conditions for a minimum in abstract space (1958) (2)
- The evolution of the computer. (1974) (2)
- The minima of functionals with associated side conditions (1937) (2)
- The Scientific Work of John von Neumann (2001) (2)
- Information Theory: A brief survey is made of the recent developments and the current status of information theory. (1961) (2)
- SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE COMPUTER (1971) (1)
- Finite Difference Methods for Partial Differential Equations, George E. Forsythe, Wolfgang R. Wasow. Wiley, New York (1960), 444, $11.50 (1961) (1)
- The Advent of Electronic Computers (1973) (0)
- The Age of Newton (1977) (0)
- Jacobi and His School (1980) (0)
- 5, Integrators and Planin~c.ters (2008) (0)
- 2. Cllarles Babhage and His Analytical Engine (2008) (0)
- Euler and Lagrange (1977) (0)
- 8. Billings, IIollerith, and the. Census (2008) (0)
- APPENDIX: World-Wide Developments (2008) (0)
- Book Review:Annals of the History of Computing Bernard A. Galler (1980) (0)
- 1. Post-EIIVAC Days (2008) (0)
- 9. The Spread of Ideas (2008) (0)
- Laplace, Legendre, and Gauss (1977) (0)
- The modular space determined by a positive function (1942) (0)
- The theorem of Hildebrandt (1938) (0)
- 12. Renascenrbe and Triumph of Digital Means of Computation (2008) (0)
- 3. Differences between Analog and Digital Machines (2008) (0)
- 2. The Ballistic Research Laboratory (2008) (0)
- Oral history interview with Herman H. Goldstine (1980) (0)
- 9. Rallistics ancl the Rise of the Great Mathematicians (2008) (0)
- 9. Programming Languages (2008) (0)
- 8. Tlte Structure of the EDVAC (2008) (0)
- Book Review: Linear computations (1952) (0)
- Computers-Work in progress. (1980) (0)
- 3. Automata Theory and Logic Machines (2008) (0)
- 7. Beyond the ENIAC (2008) (0)
- Response : Communication Channels (1961) (0)
- The Taylor problem for superposed fluids (1957) (0)
- 7. The Computer and UNESCO (2008) (0)
- Keynote address—Remembrance of things past (1987) (0)
- On the Sear h for Tra table Ways of Reasoningabout ProgramsC (2001) (0)
- 10. First Calculations on the ENIAC (2008) (0)
- 4. The Universities: Maxwell and Boole (2008) (0)
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Annual Meeting interview: August 30, 1967 (1999) (0)
- 3. The Astronolnical Ephemeris (2008) (0)
- Other Nineteenth Century Figures (1977) (0)
- Lagrange and Legendre (1980) (0)
- Hilbert, Kneser, and Others (1980) (0)
- Last word on first computer (1983) (0)
- 4. Beginnings of the ENIA( (2008) (0)
- Fermat, Newton, Leibniz, and the Bernoullis (1980) (0)
- Synthetic-perturbation Techniques 701 References (0)
- 1. Electronic, EAi~rtsp rior to the EN1AC (2008) (0)
- 11. Adaptation to Scientific Needs (2008) (0)
- 7. Boolean Algebra: x2 = xx = x (2008) (0)
- On the stability of two superposed compressible fluids (1955) (0)
- What Can Be Done About Teaching the Applications of Mathematics in Colleges and Universities (1965) (0)
- A New Generation of Computer History (1996) (0)
- 6. Michelsori, Fourier Coc~ffic~ientasn, d the Gibbs Phenomenon (2008) (0)
- 5. Nun~ericalM eteorology (2008) (0)
- 6. Engineering Activities and Achievements (2008) (0)
- On the Power Spectrum of the Staircase Function in Linear Delta Modulation (1975) (0)
- Clebsch, Mayer, and Others (1980) (0)
- 4. Numerical Mathematics (2008) (0)
- Interrelations between Computers and Applied Mathematics (1962) (0)
- 2. The Institute for Advanced Study Computer (2008) (0)
- 10. Blish's Differential Analyzer and Other Analog IJcvices (2008) (0)
- Bilinear functionals on the space of bounded, measurable functions (1937) (0)
- 5. The ENIAC as a Matl~errratical Instrument (2008) (0)
- 8. The Early Industrial Scene (2008) (0)

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