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Turing machine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Overview. A Turing machine is a general example of a CPU that controls all data manipulation done by a computer, with the canonical machine using sequential memory to ...

Turing Machines (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

1. A Definition of Turing Machines. A Turing machine is a kind of state machine. At any time the machine is in any one of a finite number of states.

Turing Machine -- from Wolfram MathWorld

Turing Machine. A Turing machine is a theoretical computing machine invented by Alan Turing (1937) to serve as an idealized model for mathematical calculation.

A Turing Machine Overview

A Turing Machine Quick Introduction. In Alan Turing’s 1936 paper on computable numbers, he presented a thought experiment. Turing describes a machine ...

Turing machine | computing device |

Turing machine, hypothetical computing device introduced in 1936 by the English mathematician and logician Alan M. Turing. Turing originally conceived the machine as ...

Alan Turing Scrapbook - Turing Machines

It was also essential to Turing's 1936 work that a Turing machine could be thought of as data to be read and manipulated by another Turing machine — this is the ...

Online Turing Machine Simulator

Turing machine simulator. Here you can use a simple programming language to create, compile, run, save and share your own Turing machines. Have fun!

Alan Turing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early life and family. Turing was born in Maida Vale, London, while his father, Julius Mathison Turing (1873–1947), was on leave from his position with the Indian ...

Turing Machines - Department Of Computer Science

Turing Machines Subjects to be Learned. Definition of Turing Machine Configuration Operation of Turing Machine Contents Introduction We have studied two types of ...

Alan Turing: the enigma

Alan Turing (1912-1954). Large website by Andrew Hodges, biographer. ... 1936: The Turing machine, computability, universal machine 1936-38: Princeton University.