Eiiti Wada articles on Wikipedia
Eiiti Wada
Hacking Keyboard. IPSI Museum Pioneers: Eiiti Wada Eiiti Wada's home page, English version Eiiti Wada's home page, Japanese version IIJ Researchers
May 12th 2016

and leader of girl group S/mileage Ben Wada (1930-2011), TV producer Eiiti Wada (born 1931), computer science professor Emi Wada (born 1937), costume
Apr 25th 2017

Nobuo Yoneda
Nobuo Yoneda (米田 信夫, Yoneda Nobuo?, March 28, 1930 – April 22, 1996) was a Japanese mathematician and computer scientist. The Yoneda lemma in category
Feb 6th 2016

Happy Hacking Keyboard
by PFU Limited of Japan, co-developed with Japanese computer pioneer Eiiti Wada. Its reduction of keys from the common 104 keys layout down to 60 keys
Jan 9th 2017

Musashi Junior and Senior High School
Mathematician Akito Arima (1930-) Physicist, Minister of Education 1998–1999. Eiiti Wada (1931-) Computer-scientist Yoshinobu Nishizaki (1934-2010) Film producer
May 16th 2016

Eiichi Goto
Eiichi-GotoEiichi Goto (後藤英一, Gotō Eiichi?, January 26, 1931 – June 12, 2005) was a Japanese computer scientist, the builder of one of the first general-purpose computers
Jan 13th 2017

IFIP Working Group 2.1
Samelson Jacob T. Wada-Aad">Schwartz Micha Sharir Michel Sintzoff David Turner Eiiti Wada Aad van Wijngaarden-Niklaus-Wirth-Nobuo-Yoneda---RWijngaarden Niklaus Wirth Nobuo Yoneda R. WBemer (1969). "A
Jun 22nd 2016

CJK Unified Ideographs (Unicode block)
CJK-Unified-IdeographsCJK Unified Ideographs is a Unicode block containing the most common CJK ideographs used in modern Chinese and Japanese. List of CJK-Unified-IdeographsCJK Unified Ideographs
May 10th 2017

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