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Kathleen Hylda Valerie Booth

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Kathleen Hylda Valerie Booth (nee Britten) (1922- ) wrote the first assembly language and designed the assembler and autocode for the first computer systems at Birkbeck College

1946-62, Booth was a Research Scientist at British Rubber Producer's Research Association

1950 Married Andrew Donald Booth

1952-62 she was Research Fellow and Lecturer at Birkbeck College

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