Grace Murray Hopper
This page is dedicated to the history of Grace Murray Hopper, who was
an accomplished mathematician before becoming an early computer pioneer.
Mathematical Scholarship on Hopper
- Grace Murray Hopper, New Types of Irreducibility
Criteria, Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, May
1934. Advisor: Øystein Ore.
scan from Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library.
- Grace M. Hopper and Øystein Ore, New Types of Irreducibility
Criteria, Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, volume
40, 1934, issue number 3, abstract number 126, p. 216.
from the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society.
- A Manual of Operation for the Automatic Sequence Controlled
Calculator, by the staff of Computation Laboratory, Annals of the
Computation Laboratory of Harvard University, volume 1, Harvard
University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1946.
the Internet Archive digital library.
- Asher Auel, The Mathematics of Grace Murray Hopper,
Notice of the American Mathematical Society 66, March 2019, number 3, pp. 330-340.
from the Notices of the AMS.
- Judy Green and Jeanne LaDuke, Pioneering Women in American
Mathematics: The Pre-1940 PhD’s, History of Mathematics, volume
34, American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI,
of Supplementary Materials from the AMS.
- Judy Green and Jeanne LaDuke, Letter to the Editor, Isis 102 (2011), number 1, pp. 136–137.
from Isis Journal, University of Chicago Press.