Charles Babbage is known as the father of computing.
In 1822, while at the Cambridge University in UK, Charles Babbage was critical of the navigation tables of the day. Most accidents at sea, he felt, could be avoided if estimations and guesswork could be taken out of the game. In other words, Babbage wanted "accurate tables" which led him to develop the machine known as the Difference Engine, which was powered by steam to produce highly reliable charts and tables.
Babbage approached the British government with his idea of the engine. He wanted government funding for his project, which he soon got. Most people believe that this was perhaps the first request for a computer science research.
However, Babbage soon saw the limitations of his Difference Engine, such that he decided to embark on a more ambitious project to develop a sophisticated machine for use in different scenarios. This he called the Analytical Engine. He left the project of the difference engine to itself. In 1842, seeing no results from the project, the British government decided to stop funding Babbage's engine. He was not disheartened though: he continued work on the Analytical Engine, but in 1847, he abandoned it and went back to work with the Difference Engine again! Well, at this rate, he never completed his projects during his lifetime. He did not document his work well, either.
Charles Babbage, FRS (December 26, 1791 London, England - October 18, 1871 Marylebone, London, England) was an English mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer who originated the concept of a programmable computer. Parts of his uncompleted mechanisms are on display in the London Science Museum.
In 1991, a perfectly functioning difference engine was constructed from Babbage's original plans. Built to tolerances achievable in the 19th century, the success of the finished engine indicated that Babbage's machine would have worked. Nine years later, the Science Museum completed the printer Babbage had designed for the difference engine, an astonishingly complex device for the 19th century.
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Charles Babbage (1791-1871) was an English mathematician, mechancal engineer and inventor. He is famous for designing the "difference engine" which was a machine which would calculate mathematical tables accurately. Babbage's design was in effect a programmable mechanical computer and is the forerunner of modern electronic computers.
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Yes,Charles Babbage had 9 children -Benjamin Herschel Babbage(1815) -Charles Whitmore Babbage(1817) -Georgina Whitmore Babbage(1818) -Edward Stewart Babbage(1819) -Francis Moore Babbage(1821) -Dugald Bromheald Babbage(1823) -Henry Prevost Babbage(1824) -Alexander Forbes Babbage(1827) -Timothy Grant Babbage(1829) But Alexander Forbes Babbage,Georgina(the wife),and Charles father all died in 1827.
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Charles Babbage is buried in Kensal Green Cemetery in London, England.