A small collection of materials, reprints of Gilbert McCann, software diskettes, photographs and an autobiography manuscript
form the collection known as the Gilbert McCann Papers in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
Professor of Applied Science at Caltech he was the driving force behind computing at Caltech for 25 years, starting in 1946
with an analog computer that he invented, continuing through the time when new materials, miniaturization, and software transformed
digital computing and made the analog obsolete.
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