Scott M. Campbell, "Beatrice Helen Worsley: Canada's Female Computer Pioneer"
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, volume 25, no. 4 (Oct-Dec 2003), p.51--62.
Abstract: When Beatrice Worsley died in 1972, Canada lost a computer pioneer and a witness to several great moments in computing history. This biography aims to provide insight into Worsley's obscure, but remarkable and all too short career.
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Beatrice Worlsey links
- Cambridge Computer Laboratory Profiles
- Keith Smillie's memories of Trixie
- Queen's University Women in the School of Computing
Copyright 2006 © Scott M. Campbell