Calvin N Mooers 1985
Calvin N. Mooers developed the programming Language TRAC(3),developed scientific methods to retrieve information, coined the phrases: information retrieval and descriptors. Was involved in the development of Artificial Intelligence. Calvin received the Award of Merit for the American Society of Information Science.
by Lynne Meyer Gay (trac foundation)
Calvin M. Nooers
married to Charlotte Davis Oct. 6, 1945
Got his BS, University
of Minnesota, 1941.
Calvin began his career in 1941 as a physicist at the Navy Ordnance Laboratory (NOL) in Washington, DC during the war effort. In 1945, while at NOL, he worked on the development of an early computer and formed a close friendship with John W. Mauchly, the designer of the ENIAC computer. He spoke at one of the first lecture series devoted to electronic computers.
Calvin died at age 75 on December 1, 1994 of a heart attack in Cambridge, Massachusetts.(1)
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