Jay Forrester, American electrical engineer, c 1960.
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Jay Forrester, American electrical engineer, c 1960.

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Jay Forrester (b 1918) invented the magnetic-core random acces memory used in most early digital computers. This discovery was made between 1944 and 1951 when Forrester supervised the construction of the Whirlwind computer at the Masachusetts Institute of Technology.
 

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