analog computer

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By 1950, IBM began selling small analog computers to the industrial world.
One of the original analog computers built in the U.S.
(For the sake of accuracy, we should not forget to mention analog computers although they are very rare today.) So far, libraries have dealt mainly with books, and therefore this type of conceptual unification has not had much meaning (or was of little help).
Pennie, a Toronto native, was originally a partner in Image West, a California-based company that used analog computers to distort video images.
However, it is inevitable there will come a point when it will seem obvious that the logical next step is to create analog computers and networks in order to more effectively interface with and exploit the growing sensor arrays.