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    • Undated

    Though the instruction manual is undated, details such as the November 1956 drawing dates provide clues about creation and publication dates.

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were being produced by their Berkeley…

    • circa 1955

    Arnold Beckman and various unidentified men and women, photographed during Beckman's visit to the Berkeley Division. Four of the images include the EASE (Electronic Analog and Simulation Equipment).

    Beckman…

    • 1957

    This data handling system was designed specifically for use with Doppler data from a Sperry 10-C velocimeter, to measure and track missiles. Used by the aerospace industry, the ad promises that it will automatically…

    • 1960s

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were developed by their Berkeley Division as early as 1953. The company produced analog computers -- also called automation, data reduction, or data handling systems -- for the…

    • 1959

    In 1955, Arnold O. Beckman and William Shockley entered business together when they established Shockley Semiconductor Laboratories as a subsidiary of Beckman Instruments, Inc. with the goal of mass producing…

    • 1961

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were being produced by their Berkeley Division as early as 1953. The company produced analog computers -- also called automation, data reduction, or data handling systems -- for the…

    • Undated

    It is unclear from context and the existing description of this image if this is an automobile exhaust analyzer system or an automatic data handling and analysis system.

    • 1953-Jul-16

    In this letter, Dr. Boetler thanks Arnold O. Beckman for donating several components of an EASE computer to the University of California Los Angeles's Department of Engineering. Dr. Boetler also thanks Dr. Beckman…

    • 1980s

    Designed to run on the IBM Personal Computer XT, the software of the Expert System (according to an article in the April 1986 issue of American Chemical Society) uses "Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to design…

    • 1963

    This advertisement for the EASE Computer touts its ability to eliminate process bottlenecks and to test processes without running a full, trial operation. The big draw, according to the ad content, is how Beckman…

    • 1958

    Advertisement for Beckman Data Reduction Systems, especially the storage and retrieval of telemetered missile data.

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were developed by their Berkeley Division as early as 1953. The…

    • 1958

    Advertisement for the Shockley 4-layer diode with diagrams.

    In 1955, Arnold O. Beckman and William Shockley entered business together when they established Shockley Semiconductor Laboratories as a subsidiary of Beckman…

    • 1960

    Advertisement for the Shockley 4-layer diode, including a diagram.

    In 1955, Arnold O. Beckman and William Shockley entered business together when they established Shockley Semiconductor Laboratories as a subsidiary of…

    • 1960

    Advertisement for the Shockley 4-layer diode and its demonstration at the 1960 Western Electronic Show and Convention (WesCon).

    In 1955, Arnold O. Beckman and William Shockley entered business together when they…

    • 1963

    This advertisement for the EASE Analog Computer promotes a use case where the computer was able to simulate the circulatory system (not to actually control blood flow in a living subject).

    Beckman Instruments' analog…

    • 1963

    Advertisement for EASE 2100 Analog Computer.

    Beckman Instruments' analog computers were being produced by their Berkeley Division as early as 1953. The company produced analog computers -- also called automation, data…