... like a child's arithmetic book. In elementary arithmetic the two-dimensional character of the paper is sometimes used. But such a use is always avoidable, and I think that it will be agreed that the two-dimensional character of paper is no essential... Los Alamos Science - vii. lappuse2002Pilnskats - Par šo grāmatu
| Fillia Makedon, Kurt Mehlhorn, T.. Papatheodorou, Paul Spirakis - 1986 - 328 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie, on a tape divided into squares. I** also suppose that the number of symbols which may be printed is finite." "The behaviour of the [human]... | |
| Neil D. Jones - 1997 - 466 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie, on a...squares. I shall also suppose that the number of symbols** which may be printed is finite. If we were to allow an infinity of symbols, then there would be symbols... | |
| Arturo Sangalli
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie, on a...squares. I shall also suppose that the number of symbols** which may be printed is finite." Turing had in mind an ideal device which could manipulate certain... | |
| R.O. Gandy, C.E.M. Yates - 2001 - 306 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie on a tape...squares. I shall also suppose that the number of symbols** which may be printed is finite. If we were to allow an infinity of symbols, then there would be symbols... | |
| B. Jack. Copeland - 2004 - 622 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie on a tape...squares. I shall also suppose that the number of symbols** which may be printed is finite. If we were to allow an infinity of symbols, then there would be symbols... | |
| Christof Teuscher - 2004 - 542 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie on a tape divided into squares."** (p. 249). T\iring then discussed the nnmber of symbols needed for computation. He proposed that only... | |
| Michèle Friend, Norma B. Goethe, Valentina S. Harizanov - 2007 - 290 lapas
...analogy between machine learning and human observation explicit, when he writes: (T)he computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie, on a...squares. I shall also suppose that the number of symbols** which may be printed is finite. ...The difference from our point of view between the single and compound... | |
| Matthew G. Kirschenbaum - 2008 - 296 lapas
...two-dimensional character of paper is no essential of computation. I assume then that the computation **is carried out on one-dimensional paper, ie on a tape divided into squares.** (75) "Computing" in this passage must be understood as the human activity of numeric manipulation,... | |
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