Basic analog oscilator element of the Shannon-Turing ZZ-1. 3600 of these oscilators were constructed at Princeton from April to November 1938.

The Shannon-Turing ZZ-1 special purpose computer built by Shannon and Turing in 1938 used electric circuits to generate the harmonics required in the Turing formula for the zeta function.

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List of Pages in Cambridge Computing

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