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The W. Wallace McDowell Award is awarded by the IEEE Computer Society for outstanding recent theoretical, design, educational, practical, or other similar innovative contributions that fall within the scope of Computer Society interest. This is the highest technical award made solely by the IEEE Computer Society where selection of the awardee is based on the "highest level of technical accomplishment and achievement". The IEEE Computer Society (with over 85000 members from every field of computing) is "dedicated to advancing the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing technology." Another award which is considered to be the "most prestigious technical award in computing" is the A. M. Turing Award awarded by Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and is

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  • W. Wallace McDowell Award
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  • Премия Уоллеса Макдауэлла
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  • Der W. Wallace McDowell Award ist ein Informatik-Preis des IEEE und eine von dessen höchsten Auszeichnungen. Sie ist nach W. Wallace McDowell benannt, der die Entwicklung der IBM 701 leitete.
  • Премия Уоллеса Макдауэлла (англ. W. Wallace McDowell Award) — награда, которая вручается Компьютерным обществом Института инженеров электротехники и электроники (IEEE). Награда вручается с 1966 года за выдающийся вклад в развитие информационных технологий.
  • The W. Wallace McDowell Award is awarded by the IEEE Computer Society for outstanding recent theoretical, design, educational, practical, or other similar innovative contributions that fall within the scope of Computer Society interest. This is the highest technical award made solely by the IEEE Computer Society where selection of the awardee is based on the "highest level of technical accomplishment and achievement". The IEEE Computer Society (with over 85000 members from every field of computing) is "dedicated to advancing the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing technology." Another award which is considered to be the "most prestigious technical award in computing" is the A. M. Turing Award awarded by Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and is
  • O Prêmio W. Wallace McDowell (em inglês: W. Wallace McDowell Award) é concedido pela IEEE Computer Society, por proeminentes contribuições inovativas teóricas, de projeto, educacionais, práticas ou outras similares relacionadas aos interesses da Computer Society. É o maior prêmio concedido somente pela IEEE Computer Society, sendo a seleção do laureado baseada no "maior nível de realização técnica". A IEEE Computer Society (com mais de 85000 membros de todos os campos da computação) é "dedicada ao avanço da teoria, prática e aplicação do computador e tecnologia de processamento da informação." Outro prêmio considerado ser o "mais prestigioso prêmio técnico em computação" é o Prêmio Turing da Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), sendo popularmente referido como o "equivalente ao prêmi
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  • Der W. Wallace McDowell Award ist ein Informatik-Preis des IEEE und eine von dessen höchsten Auszeichnungen. Sie ist nach W. Wallace McDowell benannt, der die Entwicklung der IBM 701 leitete.
  • O Prêmio W. Wallace McDowell (em inglês: W. Wallace McDowell Award) é concedido pela IEEE Computer Society, por proeminentes contribuições inovativas teóricas, de projeto, educacionais, práticas ou outras similares relacionadas aos interesses da Computer Society. É o maior prêmio concedido somente pela IEEE Computer Society, sendo a seleção do laureado baseada no "maior nível de realização técnica". A IEEE Computer Society (com mais de 85000 membros de todos os campos da computação) é "dedicada ao avanço da teoria, prática e aplicação do computador e tecnologia de processamento da informação." Outro prêmio considerado ser o "mais prestigioso prêmio técnico em computação" é o Prêmio Turing da Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), sendo popularmente referido como o "equivalente ao prêmio Nobel em ciência da computação". O Prêmio W. Wallace McDowell é algumas vezes popularmente referenciado como o "IT Nobel" (Nobel em Tecnologia da Informação). O prêmio é denominado em memória de W. Wallace McDowell, que foi diretor de engenharia na IBM, durante o desenvolvimento do IBM 701. McDowell foi responsável pela transição de técnicas eletromecânicas para eletrônicas, e pela subsequente transição a dispositivos em estado sólido. O primeiro laureado foi Fernando Corbató, em 1966, proeminente cientista da computação estadunidense, notável como pioneiro no desenvolvimento de sistemas operacionais com tempo compartilhado, então no Instituto de Tecnologia de Massachusetts. O segundo laureado foi John Backus, em 1967, recebendo o prêmio pelo desenvolvimento do Fortran e a forma sintática incorporada no ALGOL. John Backus desenvolveu o FORTRAN, durante anos o mais difundido e usado sistema de programação do mundo.
  • The W. Wallace McDowell Award is awarded by the IEEE Computer Society for outstanding recent theoretical, design, educational, practical, or other similar innovative contributions that fall within the scope of Computer Society interest. This is the highest technical award made solely by the IEEE Computer Society where selection of the awardee is based on the "highest level of technical accomplishment and achievement". The IEEE Computer Society (with over 85000 members from every field of computing) is "dedicated to advancing the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing technology." Another award which is considered to be the "most prestigious technical award in computing" is the A. M. Turing Award awarded by Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and is popularly referred to as the "computer science's equivalent of the Nobel Prize". The W. Wallace McDowell Award is sometimes popularly referred to as the "IT Nobel". The award is named after W. Wallace McDowell who was director of engineering at IBM, during the development of the landmark product IBM 701. Mr. McDowell was responsible for the transition from electromechanical techniques to electronics, and the subsequent transition to solid state devices. The first recipient, in 1966, was Fernando J. Corbato who is a prominent American computer scientist, notable as a pioneer in the development of time-sharing operating systems, then of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The second recipient, in 1967, was John Backus who was awarded the Mcdowell Award for the development of FORTRAN and the syntactical forms incorporated in ALGOL. John Backus was the developer of FORTRAN, for years one of the best known and most used programming systems in the world.
  • Премия Уоллеса Макдауэлла (англ. W. Wallace McDowell Award) — награда, которая вручается Компьютерным обществом Института инженеров электротехники и электроники (IEEE). Награда вручается с 1966 года за выдающийся вклад в развитие информационных технологий.
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