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ENIAC simulation: history: Trajectory calculation
Course Topic(s): Multivariable Calculus | History of Multivariable Calculus | Vector-Valued Functions and Velocity/Acceleration
This web page tells the history of the invention of the ENIAC computer. It was invented to calculate ballistic trajectories during World War II. The web site also includes an ENIAC simulator.
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Creator(s): Till Zoppke
Contributor(s): Till Zoppke
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This review was published on June 09, 2011
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