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Inventor Ada Augusta Lovelace Fascinating facts about Ada Augusta Lovelace inventor of an early computer, the Analytical Engine in 1842. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Extractions: Augusta Ada Byron was born on 10 December 1815. She was named after Augusta, Byron's half sister, who had been his mistress. After Byron had left for the Continent with a parting shot - 'When shall we three meet again?' - Ada was brought up by her mother. The lines from Childe Harold were very well known:- `Is thy face like thy mother's, my fair child! but with a hope.' and as Byron's daughter Ada acquired the romance that attached to everyone associated with that magnificent poete maudit. In 1833 Ada met Babbage and was fascinated with both him and his Engines. Later Ada became a competent student of mathematics, which was most unusual for a woman at the time. She translated a paper on Babbage's Engines by General Menabrea, later to be prime minister of the newly united Italy. Under Babbage's careful supervision Ada added extensive notes (c.f. Science and Reform, Selected Works of Charles Babbage
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Ada Byron Lovelace Augusta Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace. Born 10 December 1815 Died 1852. Lord GeorgeGordon Byron and Annabella Milbanke Noel were married in 1815. http://www.walrus.com/~gibralto/acorn/germ/Ada.html
Extractions: Died: 1852 Lord George Gordon Byron and Annabella Milbanke Noel were married in 1815. She was the self-proclaimed "Princess of Parallelograms" and he was a popular poet. When his mood swings became too much for her to handle, and the incest with his sister Augusta was suspected and eventually confirmed, Annabella left her husband. The union produced one child, Byron's only legitimate one, Augusta Ada, known as Ada. Byron died in self-exile when Ada was eight. As a young teen, Ada suffered a mysterious illness (possibly of hysterical or psychosomatic origin) and was unable to walk for almost three years. During this time, she pursued her studies with tutors. She excelled at mathematics and became an accomplished musician and linguist. I, poor little Fairy, can only get dull heavy mortals, to wait on me! Ada, in a letter At 17, Ada was introduced to Mary Somerville, a prominent mathematician in England and one of the few successful females in the field. At a dinner party at Mrs. Somerville's, Ada heard of Charles Babbage's ideas for a new calculating engine, which he called the Analytical Engine (a computer). She was riveted by his theories, not only understanding them, but eventually she was able to put them into words better than he could. At 19, Ada married William King (later Lord Lovelace). Her poetic sense was evident in a letter she later wrote to her mother: If you can't give me poetry, can't you give me 'poetical science'? Other similarities to her father also reveal themselves in her letters to Charles Babbage, who became a lifelong friend:
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Extractions: T here can be little doubt that the 2nd January 1815 was an important day in the life of Seaham. Old Seaham, that is, because the development of the town was almost fourteen years away. It was on this day that a marriage took place, a marriage that would be of significance not just to the participants, but also to many with a sense of history, and even inevitability. There were many who said that this marriage was doomed to failure, not because they knew the bride and groom, but because it did not take place in a church. Yet the church was not much more than 100 yards from the brides home, where the marriage took place. I t was on this day that Anna Isabella Milbanke took a husband, George Gordon Noel Byron, Lord Byron, the ceremony taking place in Seaham Hall, not In the old Saxon church of St. Mary. The doom-mongers were right in their predictions as the couple separated only two weeks into their second year together, but only after the marriage was consummated. Their daughter, Augusta Ada Byron was born on 10 December and never knew her father. She was, therefore, moulded very much in her mothers image. Isabella was renowned for her love of mathematics. A family friend, Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister, described her as The Princess of Parallelograms. A lthough we know little of Augusta Adas childhood it becomes apparent that she inherited her mothers love of mathematics, as we shall see. In the early years of the nineteenth century it was impossible for a young lady, however intelligent, to take up a place at university. Consequently her studies were initially under her mothers tutelage, but as she progressed she began corresponding with mathematicians. One of these was Mary Fairfax Somerville, a Scottish mathematician who was quite well know within the scientific fraternity. She encouraged Augusta Ada in her studies and introduced her to other mathematicians and also to William King. They were married in 1835, when she was 19 years old and her husband some eleven years older. Although not an intellectual he encouraged her in her mathematical studies.
Extractions: considered the first "programmer". father - Lord Byron Ada married William, eighth lord king, in 1835. She became known as the Countess of Lovelace and therefore Lady Lovelace in 1838 after her husbands promotion to an Earldom. assisted noted mathematician Charles Babbage in attempting to realize his Analytical Engine. Charles Babbage and Ada, Countess of Lovelace, lived in the London of Dickens and Prince Albert (and knew them both). A hundred years before some of the best minds in the world used the resources of a nation to build a digital computer, these two eccentric inventor-mathematicians dreamed of building their "Analytical Engine." He constructed a partial prototype and she used it, with notorious lack of success, in a scheme to win a fortune at the horse races. Despite their apparent failures, Babbage was the first true computer designer, and Ada was history's first programmer.
Augusta Ada Byron King, Countess Of Lovelace Augusta Ada Byron was born on December 10, 1815, near London, England. In 1838 William King became the Earl of Lovelace, and Ada became the Countess of http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/biographies/byron/
Extractions: Augusta Ada Byron was born on December 10, 1815, near London, England . Her father was the famous poet Lord Byron. Her parents, however, did not have a good marriage, and they separated before Ada Byron was even two months old. Lord Byron moved away, and he and his daughter never knew each other. Ada's mother, Lady Byron, did not want Ada to grow up to be a poet like her father. When her daughter showed an early interest in science and math, Lady Byron hired private tutors to teach her as much as possible. By the time Ada Byron was in her teens, she was an expert mathematician. Analytical Engine In 1835 Ada Byron married William King. Together they had three children. In 1838 William King became the Earl of Lovelace, and Ada became the Countess of Lovelace. Throughout her marriage Lady Lovelace continued to study mathematics. In the 1830s Lady Lovelace became interested in the work of Charles Babbage. He had designed a machine to solve mathematical problems. Lady Lovelace first met Charles Babbage Babbage was never good at explaining his work to others. Lady Lovelace was very good at this. She translated an important article about Babbage's work from French to English. Babbage invited her to add her own notes and explanations to the article. When she had finished, the article was almost three times than before. Published in 1843, the article brought much attention to Babbage, Lady Lovelace, and their work. Some experts call Lady Lovelace the first computer programmer because her writing included a plan to program Babbage's engine to solve mathematical problems.
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Extractions: Version for printing Augusta Ada Byron 's father was the famous poet Lord George Gordon Byron and her mother was Anne Isabelle Milbanke. Ada's parents married on 2 January 1815 but separated on 16 January 1816, a month after she was born. On 25 April 1816 Lord Byron went abroad and Ada never saw her father again. Lord Byron never returned to England and died in Greece when Ada was eight years old. Lady Byron was given sole custody of her daughter Ada, who was declared a Ward in Chancery in April 1817, and she tried to do everything possible in bring up her child to ensure that she would not become a poet like her father. Lady Byron had been interested in the study of mathematics herself. Lord Byron, before his marriage, had called his future wife "the Princess of Parallelograms" and had written to her on 18 October 1812 (see for example  where the letter is quoted):- I agree with you quite upon Mathematics too - and must be content to admire them at an incomprehensible distance - always adding them to the catalogue of my regrets - I know that two and two make four - and should be glad to prove it too if I could - though I must say if by any sort of process I could convert two and two into five it would give me much greater pleasure. The only part I remember which gave me much delight were those theorems
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Extractions: Playmates Augusta Ada Lovelace 8.Oktober 2001 Elizabeth Blackwell 2.November 2001 Rosa Luxemburg 4.Dezember 2001 Rosalba Carriera 14.Januar 2002 Astrid Lindgren 2.Februar 2002 374 Frauen 14.März 2002 Margarete von Österreich 17.April 2002 Friederike Caroline Neuber 16.Mai 2002 Eleonore von Aquitanien Juni/Juli 2002 Augusta Ada Countess of Lovelace * 1815 in London t 1852 in London "Ich glaube nicht, dass mein Vater ein ebenso guter Dichter war, wie ich eine gute Mathematikerin sein werde!" Augusta Ada Lovelace Im Jahre 1975 ordnete das Pentagon die Entwicklung einer universell einsetzbaren Computersprache an; sie bekam den Namen ADA, zur Erinnerung an die "Computerpionierin" Augusta Ada Lovelace, geborene Byron. Lord George Byron war Vater dreier Töchter aus der Verbindung mit drei verschiedenen Frauen. Ada war sein einziges eheliches Kind mit der mathematisch sehr begabten Annabella Milbanke, die er "my Princess of Parallelogisms" nannte. Die Ehe hielt nur ein knappes Jahr. Nach der Geburt von Ada 1815 schickte Byron seine Frau zu ihren Eltern zurück. Byron verließ damals London wegen eines Inzestverdachts und großer Schulden; er wurde von der englischen Gesellschaft geächtet und floh in die Schweiz, dann nach Italien. Ada blieb bei der Mutter, obwohl im damaligen englischen Recht die Erziehungsgewalt und das Sorgerecht allein in den Händen des Vaters lag. Das Mädchen wurde von seiner intelligenten Mutter in Mathematik, Astronomie, Latein und Musiklehre unterrichtet und erhielt eine sehr streng naturwissenschaftliche Erziehung, möglicherweise als Gegengewicht zum "Romantischen Erbe" des treulosen Vaters, der 1824 in Griechenland an Malaria verstarb.