Margaret Hamilton

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Margaret Heafield Hamilton
Margaret Hamilton 1995.jpg
Dáta breithe 17 Lúnasa 1936
  Paoli, Indiana, SAM
Náisiúntacht Meiriceánach
Duaiseanna Augusta Ada Lovelace Award,

NASA Exceptional Space Act Award, Outstanding Alumni Award, Earlham College Presidential Medal of Freedom

Eolaí ríomhaireachta, innealtóir bogearraí agus úinéir gnó Meiriceánach is ea Margaret Heafield Hamilton (17 Lúnasa 1936 a rugadh í).[1] Chabhraigh sí le bogearraí a fhorbairt don chlár Apollo. [2]

Tá níos mó ná 130 ailt, imeachtaí agus tuairiscí foilsithe aici faoi na 60 tionscadail agus 6 mórcláir atá sí bhainteach leis.

Margaret Hamilton ina seasamh in aice leis an bhogearraí loingseoireacht a rinne sí agus a cuid foirne do Clár Apollo
Margaret Hamilton ina seasamh in aice leis an bhogearraí loingseoireacht a rinne sí agus a cuid foirne do Clár Apollo.

Foilseacháin acadúla[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  • M. Hamilton (1994), "Inside Development Before the Fact," cover story, Special Editorial Supplement, 8ES-24ES. Electronic Design, Apr. 1994.
  • M. Hamilton (1994), "001: A Full Life Cycle Systems Engineering and Software Development Environment," cover story, Special Editorial Supplement, 22ES-30ES. Electronic Design, Jun. 1994.
  • M. Hamilton, Hackler, W. R.. (2004), Deeply Integrated Guidance Navigation Unit (DI-GNU) Common Software Architecture Principles (revised dec-29-04), DAAAE30-02-D-1020 and DAAB07-98-D-H502/0180, Picatinny Arsenal, NJ, 2003-2004.
  • M. Hamilton and W. R. Hackler (2007), "Universal Systems Language for Preventative Systems Engineering," Proc. 5th Ann. Conf. Systems Eng. Res. (CSER), Stevens Institute of Technology, Mar. 2007, paper #36.
  • M. Hamilton and W. R. Hackler (2007), "A Formal Universal Systems Semantics for SysML", 17th Annual International Symposium, INCOSE 2007, San Diego, CA, Jun. 2007.
  • M. Hamilton and W. R. Hackler (2008), "Universal Systems Language: Lessons Learned from Apollo", IEEE Computer, Dec. 2008.

References[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  1. Tiffany K. Wayne (2011). "American Women of Science Since 1900": 480–1. ABC-CLIO. 
  2. Tiffany K. Wayne (2011). "American Women of Science Since 1900": 480–1. ABC-CLIO.