[ US /ˈnumən/ ]
  1. United States mathematician who contributed to the development of atom bombs and of stored-program digital computers (1903-1957)
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  • His work on separation of the boundary layer was summarised in the Von Neumann lecture he gave to the American Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in 1980.
  • In the von Neumann architecture there is no definite way to differentiate code and data that is resident in memory.
  • K bytes von Neumann memory for trace buffer ( if used ).
  • Basically the problem is the semi-infinite one-dimensional heat equation with source at x=0 (the surface), but that boundary condition depends on a relationship between dT/dx and T at x = 0 (I think this qualifies as mixed boundary conditions - not Dirichlet or Neumann anyway). Rabett Run
  • The snare drum was a Neumann KM84, the hi-hat was a KM86 and the toms were U87s.
  • She was Christianity's unique contribution to the uni - versal Mother who lives in all religions, and whose nature is sometimes benevolent and sometimes malev - olent (Neumann, 1955). MYTH IN BIBLICAL TIMES
  • During a briefing on intermediate-range bombers at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, he had a fateful conversation with the legendary refugee scientists Edward Teller and John von Neumann.
  • This is often referred to as the movability of the von Neumann cut between the subject and the object, or some similar phrase. ...anything but love...
  • Perhaps, to paraphrase Iver Neumann, it is neither digitality nor diaspora but our uses of them - much like our uses of the other - that offer a chimera of hope.
  • In fact von Neumann went much further in taking the view that they showed the infeasibility of classical mathematics altogether. Backing Into an Evidentiary Standard for ID
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