Early Swiss computer scientist who worked on Konrad Zuse's Z4 and developed his own two-dimensional programming system Plankalkul--not to be confused with Zuse's own earlier system of the same name.
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Heinz Rutishauser was born 30 January 1918 in Weinfelden, Switzerland and died on 10 November 1970 in Zurich (MRW 2012). Portrait added (MRW, 2013).
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