Fast Universal Digital Computer M-2
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The M-2 (Russian: М-2) was a computer developed at the Laboratory of Electrical Systems in the Institute of Energy of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The successor to the M-1, it was developed in 1952 by a team of engineers led by I.S. Brook (or Bruk). The computer was developed and assembled in the period between April and December 1952. In 1953 M-2 became fully operational and was used for solving applied problems on round-the-clock basis, mostly having to do with nuclear fission and rocket design.
M-2 was the basis for several other Soviet computers, some of them developed at other research institutes.
- This letter "M" is in Russian alphabet, have different Unicode code than in English alphabet (affects search).
- "The Fast Universal Digital Computer M-2. Russian Virtual Computer Museum. English version. Articles". Computer-museum.ru. Retrieved 2012-12-01.
- Malinovsky 2010, pp. 71-72.
- Malinovsky, Boris Nikolaevich (2010). "Pioneers Of Soviet Computing". archive.org. Retrieved 2018-05-23.
- "ЭВМ М-2" [M-2 computer]. www.computer-museum.ru (in Russian). Google translation. Retrieved 2018-05-23.
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