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  1. A SLIP application: The construction of Turing machines (Monographs in computer science and computer applications) by Roberto Lins de Carvalho, 1969
  2. The Universal Turing Machine. A Half-Century Survey. by Rolf (ed.): HERKEN, 1988
  3. Turing Machines and what can be computed: An historical perspective (New Liberal Arts Program monograph series) by Christopher H Nevison, 1992
  4. Asynchronous Turing machines (University of Delaware. Dept. of Statistics and Computer Science. Technical report) by Takayuki Kimura, 1977
  5. Uniform simulations of nondeterministic real time multitape Turing machines (MIP. Universitat Passau. Fakultat fur Mathematik und Informatik) by F. J Brandenburg, 1986
  6. Fast algorithms: A multitape Turing machine implementation by Arnold Schonhage, 1994
  7. Ad Infinitum : the Ghost in Turing's Machine-Taking Got Out of Mathematics and Putting the Body Back by Brian Rotman, 1993
  8. Memorandum by Kenneth R Crounse, 1995
  9. Finite-state machines: A survey (Technical report. Weizmann Institute of Science. Dept. of Computer Science) by Yishai A Feldman, 1989
  10. Zwei by Turing Machine Cdcdis Fks19, 2004-09-30
  11. Construction of a thin set with small fourier coefficients (Research report RJ. International Business Machines Corporation. Research Division) by Miklos Ajtai, 1988
  12. On play by means of computing machines (Research Report RJ. International Business Machine Corporation. Research Laboratory) by Nimrod Megiddo, 1986
  13. Informatique fondamentale: De la machine de Turing aux ordinateurs modernes (ISR, Interdisciplinary systems research) by Edmond Bianco, 1979
  14. A two counter machine cannot calculate 2 (Artificial intelligence memo) by Richard Schroeppel, 1973

41. Turing Machine

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43. The Steam-Powered Turing Machine
The SteamPowered turing machine. The Steam-Powered turing machine mural was painted on a stairwell wall of Sieg Hall in 1987 by
The Steam-Powered Turing Machine
The "Steam-Powered Turing Machine" mural was painted on a stairwell wall of Sieg Hall in 1987 by a dozen first-year graduate students seeking diversion on the eve of the qualifying examination. The SPTM was originally conjured up a few years before this by Professor Alan Borning. Borning was undertaking a revision of the graduate program brochure. Professor Larry "Tomorrow" Ruzzo was late with his biographical information for the brochure real late. In desperation, Borning threatened to provide text himself if Ruzzo failed to come through. The threat didn't work, and when the printing deadline arrived, Borning followed through that year's graduate brochure carried the following description of Ruzzo's research interests: "Currently, his principal research project involves the construction and programming of a vaguely parallel computer, consisting of 32 steam-powered Turing machines installed in the basement of Sieg Hall. Of particular interest is the use of triple-expansion bypass valves, coupled to individual governors on each engine, to achieve write-synchronization of the machines. Graduate students have played an important role in the construction and operation of the engine, particularly in stoking the boilers, and advanced undergraduates are occasionally allowed to polish the brass gauges. "Originally intended as a general computing engine, restrictions imposed by the Pollution Control and Noise Abatement Boards require that only algorithms running in polynomial time may be used. The project recently suffered another setback when one of Professor Ruzzo's graduate students slipped on a mouldering stack of ungraded homework exercises and fell under the write head of one of the machines. Now permanently embossed with a series of 1's and 0's, the student is suing to have the machine dismantled."

44. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind - Turing Machine
turing machine A simple mechanical device consisting solely of a tape, a read/write head, and a finite state machine. Turing was
Turing machine A simple mechanical device consisting solely of a tape, a read/write head, and a finite state machine. Turing was able to show that this machine is able to perform all the operations a person working with a logical system would be able to perform. The Turing machine has had a central role in theories of computation and computability since the mid 1930s when they were introduced as a rigorous means of defining the concept of 'method' (or algorithm) by Alan Turing . The machine itself is quite simple: it consists solely of a tape, a read/write head and a table of state changes. The tape is divided into discrete boxes, each of which may have either a zero or a one in it. The head will read or write a zero or one, depending on the current state and what is in the current tape-square which the head reads. Despite the simplicity of this idea, it lays all the foundations for understanding the modern computer and computation in general.
Turing was able to show that the Turing machine was a mechanical process that was able to perform all the operations a person working with a logical system would be able to perform. Alonzo Church , in reference to Turing's work, formulated what is now referred to as the Church-Turing thesis; namely, that all definitions of computability are equivalent (i.e. Turing machine computable functions are all the computable functions there are). In other words, Turing machines can compute any function that is computable, assuming that both the tape and time are infinite.

45. Visual Turing: A Graphical IDE For Turing Machines
A turing machine that copies stringsVisual Turing is a graphical IDE that you may use to edit and play with turing machines. Books on turing machines.
Visual Turing is a graphical IDE that you may use to edit and play with Turing machines.
This software is freeware but you may buy the source code for $39 to see how it was written or to use parts of it in your projects. Books on Turing Machines . Here are my recommendations on some books from related to this topic
  • Introduction to the Theory of Computation by Michael Sipser. "Intended as an upper-level undergraduate or introductory graduate text in computer science theory," this book lucidly covers the key concepts and theorems of the theory of computation.
    Turing and the Computer (The Big Idea)
    .Turing and the Computer offers an encapsulation of the groundwork that led to the invention of the computer as we know it and an absorbing account of the man who helped develop it
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47. Turing Machines
turing machines (in Turing s World ). Machines Related to Busy Beaver Competitions, Spring 95, 96 The Right 5loop Left 2-loop
Turing Machines (in "Turing's World")

48. Turing Machine Simulator
ANOTHER turing machine SIMULATOR, IMPLEMENTED AS A JAVA(tm) APPLICATION. Version 1.2 (November 1, 1997). Obtaining the turing machine simulator.

49. Tools
1.2.1, author Eileen Head; Nondeterministic Push-down Automaton Simulator, ver. 1.0, author Eileen Head; turing machine Simulator, ver.

50. What Is A Turing Machine?
Reference Articles. What is a turing machine? By Jack Copeland. ©Copyright BJ Copeland, July 2000. A turing machine. The read/write head is programmable. Articles/What is a Turi
Reference Articles
What is a Turing Machine?
By Jack Copeland
Turing first described the Turing machine in an article published in 1936, 'On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem', which appeared in Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society (Series 2, volume 42 (1936-37), pp. 230-265).
The head and the tape
A Turing machine is an idealised computing device consisting of a read/write head (or 'scanner') with a paper tape passing through it. The tape is divided into squares, each square bearing a single symbol'0' or '1', for example. This tape is the machine's general purpose storage medium, serving both as the vehicle for input and output and as a working memory for storing the results of intermediate steps of the computation. The input that is inscribed on the tape before the computation starts must consist of a finite number of symbols. However, the tape is of unbounded lengthfor Turing's aim was to show that there are tasks that these machines are unable to perform, even given unlimited working memory and unlimited time. A Turing machine The read/write head is programmable. It is be helpful to think of the operation of programming as consisting of altering the head's internal wiring by means of a plugboard arrangement. To compute with the device, you program it, inscribe the input on the tape (in binary or decimal code, say), place the head over the square containing the leftmost input symbol, and set the machine in motion. Once the computation is completed, the machine will come to a halt with the head positioned over the square containing the leftmost symbol of the output (or elsewhere if so programmed).

51. XTuringMachine Lab
Especially important is the idea that a turing machine is described by a table of rules that specify what action the machine will take for each combination of
Labs for The Most Complex Machine
xTuringMachine Lab: Introduction to Turing Machines
T URING MACHINES are extremely simple calculating devices. A Turning machine remembers only one number, called its state . It moves back and forth along an infinite tape, scanning and writing symbols and changing its state. Its action at a given step in the calculation is based on only two factors: its current state number and the symbol that it is currently scanning on the tape. It continues in this way until it enters a special state called the halt state . In spite of their simplicity, Turing machines can perform any calculation that can be performed by any computer. In fact, certain individual Turing machines, called universal Turing machines , can actually execute arbitrary programs, just as a computer can. You won't see any universal Turing machines in this lab, but you will experiment with Turing machines that can perform non-trivial calculations. Turing machines are covered in Chapter 4 of The Most Complex Machine. Although the lab is mostly self-contained, it would be useful for you to have some familiarity with Turing machines before beginning the lab. Especially important is the idea that a Turing machine is described by a

52. The XTuringMachine Applet
A turing machine has an infinitely long tape, divided into cells. The turing machine moves along the tape reading and writing symbols.
The xTuringMachine Applet
T URING MACHINES are very simple computational devices. A Turing machine has an infinitely long tape, divided into cells . Each cell can be blank or can contain a symbol chosen from some fixed finite list. The Turing machine moves along the tape reading and writing symbols. It has an internal state , which can be either the halt state or an integer between zero and some specified maximum value. When a Turing machine enters the halt state, it stops computing. Although Turing machines are very simple, any computation that can be done by any computer can also be done by some Turing machine. The action that a Turing machine takes depends only on its state and on the symbol displayed in the cell where the machine is currently located. Given this information, the Turing machine takes three actions: It writes a symbol to the cell (possibly the same one that is already there); it moves one cell to the left or one cell to the right; and it sets its internal state (possibly to the same state that it is currently in). The Turing machine has a table of rules that tells it what to do for various combinations of its current state and the symbol it reads from the current cell.

53. A Turing Machine Emulation - By Paul A. Queior
A turing machine emulation in Java, by Paul A. Queior, for his Computer Science 21a course first semester at Brandeis University. A turing machine.
A Turing Machine A Java Emulation of a Turing Machine, programmable in a Graphical Browser via the World Wide Web
Links to Other Turing Sites: What is a Turing Machine?
Alan Turing - Home Page

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54. TM, The Turing Machine Interpreter (D.S.Woodruff)
TM, The turing machine Interpreter. David S. Woodruff. It supports a single list of turing machine commands (in quintuple form) and a single tape.
TM, The Turing Machine Interpreter
David S. Woodruff
TM is a Turing Machine Interpreter written in C. With it you can create, alter and run turing machines. To see how TM works, start with the Sample TM runs
It supports a single list of turing machine commands (in quintuple form) and a single tape.
A turing machine command list may be entered interactively or from a file.
It supports 'macros'. Macros may be entered interactively or from a file.
TM has a carefully designed user interface, and a VMS-like 'help' utility.
The entire package is available for downloading here as a tar file . The tar file contains source files, example files, the TM Manual and the version history. The Sample TM runs and the 'More examples' folder are not in the tar file. An earlier version of TM is also available by anonymous ftp. Please note that this version is no longer being updated. The ftp sites are
  • In Europe, (backup save set in /vms/turing.)
  • In the U.S.,
Links for browsing and downloading
David S. Woodruff

55. Turing Machine Simulation
turing machine Simulation. This program was developed by the Buena Vista U niversity Java Team. Comments may be sent to Ken Schweller.
Turing Machine Simulation
This program was developed by
the Buena Vista U niversity Java Team.
Comments may be sent to Ken Schweller Please note the following pages have been stored locally to improve performance. Many thanks to Natasha Gelfand at Brown University and the Java team at Buena Vista University especially Ken Schweller for making the latest version available to me. Brian Penfold. SCIT University of Wolverhampton. The following note is from Natasha. I did not write this applet! This applet was written for Sun's Java Cup International contest by the Java Team at Buena Vista University. It won first place in the Education category. Before the site with all the winners of the contest was closed down, I downloaded the source code for this program. So now I keep a link to it on my page because I think it's really cool. I modified the original layout of the page that was submitted for the contest to make it load faster. Last modified: Sun Sep 1 17:01:57 EDT 1996

56. Turing Machine From FOLDOC
Free Online Dictionary of Computing. turing machine. computability A A busy beaver is one kind of turing machine program. Dr. Hava Machine

57. Turing Machine
Definition of turing machine, possibly with links to more information and implementations. NIST. turing machine. (definition).
Turing machine
(definition) Definition: A model of computation consisting of a finite state machine controller, a read-write head, and an unbounded sequential tape. Depending on the current state and symbol read on the tape, the machine can change its state and move the head to the left or right. Unless otherwise specified, a Turing machine is deterministic See also other models: cell probe model random access machine pointer machine multiprocessor model , related terms: big-O notation busy beaver , variants: alternating Turing machine nondeterministic Turing machine oracle Turing machine probabilistic Turing machine ... universal Turing machine Author: CRC-A
More information
An article in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Go to the Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures home page. If you have suggestions, corrections, or comments, please get in touch with Paul E. Black ( Entry modified Fri Apr 5 13:55:31 2002.
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58. Probabilistic Turing Machine
Definition of probabilistic turing machine, possibly with links to more information and implementations. NIST. probabilistic turing machine. (definition).
probabilistic Turing machine
(definition) Definition: A Turing machine in which some transitions are random choices among finitely many alternatives. See also alternating Turing machine nondeterministic Turing machine oracle Turing machine universal Turing machine ... BPP Note: The typical, deterministic Turing machine (TM) can be seen as a probabilistic TM with no more than one alternative for each transition. A nondeterministic TM is a probabilistic TM ignoring the probabilities. Author: CRC-A Go to the Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures home page. If you have suggestions, corrections, or comments, please get in touch with Paul E. Black ( Entry modified Fri Apr 5 14:03:40 2002.
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59. Turing Machine. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
turing machine. Appropriate turing machines have found application in the study of artificial intelligence, the structure of languages, and pattern recognition.
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60. Turing Machines
Up . turing machines. Gebaseerd op deze ideeën ontwierp Turing de turing machine. Een turing machine bestaat uit Een tape die links en rechts onbegrensd is.
Fundamental Computer Science
Up Turing Machines Turing bedacht zijn Turing Machines als antwoord op de vraag wat een methode is. Turing Machines zijn gebaseerd op het volgende idee hierover. De rekenaar Iemand die een probleem oplost, de "rekenaar", heeft beschikking over potlood en papier.
  • Er is een ongelimiteerde hoeveelheid papier beschikbaar. Op ieder moment kan de rekenaar één symbool opschrijven op het papier voor zich. De rekenaar kan lezen welk symbool op het papier voor zich staat. Na iedere schrijfactie kan zij besluiten om het volgende papiertje of het vorige papiertje te pakken, of het huidige papiertje te laten liggen.
  • Deze eigenschappen van het "rekenproces" zijn natuurlijk geïdealiseerd. In de praktijk heb je nooit een ongelimiteerde hoeveelheid papier. De papiervoorraad in de wereld is beperkt. De rekenaar kan slechts één symbool op een papiertje schrijven. Niet erg economisch maar wel een duidelijke afspraak. Verder kan de rekenaar slechts teruglezen door één voor één de vorige papiertjes te pakken totdat het gezochte papiertje is gevonden. De vraag die we nu moeten beantwoorden is "Hoe bepaalt de rekenaar welk symbolen ze op de papiertjes schrijft?"

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