References for Augusta Ada Byron

  1. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  1. C Babbage, Passages from the Life of a Philosopher (London, 1864).
  2. J Baum, The Calculating Passion of Ada Bryon (Hamden, 1986).
  3. M Elwin, Lord Byron's family : Annabelle, Ada, and Augusta, 1816-1824 (London, 1975).
  4. D L Moore, Ada, Countess of Lovelace: Byron's Legitimate Daughter (London, 1977).
  5. P Morrison and E Morrison (eds.), Charles Babbage and his calculating engines (New York, 1961).
  6. D K Stein, Ada : A Life and a Legacy (Cambridge Mass., 1985).
  7. B A Toole, Ada, the enchantress of numbers : a selection from the letters of Lord Byron's daughter and her description of the first computer (Mill Valley, Calif., 1992).
  1. D Angluin, Lady Lovelace and the Analytical Engine, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 6 (1976), 6-8.
  2. S Breaud, Ada, Analyste et Métaphysicienne, Pénélope pour l'histoire des femmes (1983), 22-25.
  3. V R Huskey and H D Huskey, Lady Lovelace and Charles Babbage, Ann. Hist. Comput. 2 (4) (1980), 299-329.
  4. V R Huskey and H D Huskey, Ada, Countess of Lovelace, and her contribution to computing, Abacus 1 (1984), 22-29.
  5. K D Rappaport, Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), in L S Grinstein and P J Campbell (eds.), Women of Mathematics (Westport, Conn., 1987), 135-139.
  6. D K Stein, Lady Lovelace's Notes : Technical text and cultural context, Victorian Studies 28 (1984), 33-67.
  7. B A Toole, Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace, an analyst and metaphysician, IEEE Ann. Hist. Comput. 18 (3) (1996), 4-12.