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Lecture 19

Lecture 19

Lecture 19. Models of Computation (S&G, ch. 10). Models. A model is a tool intended to address a class of questions about some domain of phenomena They accomplish this by making simplifications ( idealizing assumptions ) relative to the class of questions As tools, models are:

By lynch
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L and L’ are Turing-recognizable, prove L is Turing-decidable

L and L’ are Turing-recognizable, prove L is Turing-decidable

L and L’ are Turing-recognizable, prove L is Turing-decidable. M TR. <w>. accept. w. B. accept. w. accept. reject. A. B checks if string w is in L, A checks if w is in L’ M TR halts because w is in either L or L’; B and A are run once.

By kioshi
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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence. CS482, CS682, MW 1 – 2:15, SEM 201, MS 227 Prerequisites: 302, 365 Instructor: Sushil Louis, sushil@cse.unr.edu , http://www.cse.unr.edu/~sushil. Syllabus. Webpage: http://www.cse.unr.edu/~sushil/class/ai/

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Lecture 24 – Decision Making

Lecture 24 – Decision Making

Lecture 24 – Decision Making. CS 490/590 Wesley Kerr. Quiz. On a piece of paper – no computers write code to complete the following task: Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100. For multiples of five print “Fizz” instead of the number

By yaron
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Turing/Turing IEP Comparison

Turing/Turing IEP Comparison

Turing/Turing IEP Comparison. Turing vs Turing IEP vs. ASUS Transformer Book. Thank you.

By trynt
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Mind and Body I

Mind and Body I

Mind and Body I. Bodies and Ghosts, Qualia, and Mind-Brain identity. Brie Gertler. A naturalistic dualist. The special character of ‘mind’. The limitations of the physical. The epistemic standing of reports of mental states. What is physicalism?.

By rhett
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Introduction to Computer Science

Introduction to Computer Science

Introduction to Computer Science. A Quick Puzzle. Well-Formed Formula any formula that is structurally correct may be meaningless Axiom A statement that is defined to be true Production Rule A rule that generates a true statement from another true statement Valid Statement

By jael
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#2: Does TM M ever enter the 5 th cell on the tape?

#2: Does TM M ever enter the 5 th cell on the tape?

#2: Does TM M ever enter the 5 th cell on the tape?. M C5. Acc. Acc. <M,w>. <M,w>. U. Rej. Rej. U simulates M on input w for 5qg 5 steps. U accepts if M enters the 5 th cell, rejects if M accepts, rejects, or infinitely loops before the end of the steps.

By gerd
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The Polish Solution of the German Enigma Machine

The Polish Solution of the German Enigma Machine

The Polish Solution of the German Enigma Machine. The Beginning of Allied Successes Against Enigma Chris Christensen Department of Mathematics and Statistics Northern Kentucky University. Warsaw, Poland. Jerzy Rozycki. Marian Rejewski. Antoni Palluth. Henryk Zygalski.

By zora
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Enigma Cracking

Enigma Cracking

Enigma Cracking. All the efforts have been failed People need more information to crack it. The first Steps of Cracking: . The German spy Hans Thillo Schmidt provide the first documentation of Enigma. These documents make people to make a replica not to decode it.

By kosey
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CT3620 VETENSKAPSMETODIK FÖR TEKNIKOMRÅDET GRUNDLÄGGANDE VETENSKAPSTEORI Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic

CT3620 VETENSKAPSMETODIK FÖR TEKNIKOMRÅDET GRUNDLÄGGANDE VETENSKAPSTEORI Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic

CT3620 VETENSKAPSMETODIK FÖR TEKNIKOMRÅDET GRUNDLÄGGANDE VETENSKAPSTEORI Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic Department of Computer Science and Electronics Mälardalen University. HISTORY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE. LEIBNIZ: LOGICAL CALCULUS BOOLE: LOGIC AS ALGEBRA FREGE: MATEMATICS AS LOGIC CANTOR: INFINITY

By linh
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CSE 105 Theory of Computation

CSE 105 Theory of Computation

CSE 105 Theory of Computation. Alexander Tsiatas Spring 2012. Theory of Computation Lecture Slides by Alexander Tsiatas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial - ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at http://peerinstruction4cs.org.

By thanos
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Reducibility

Reducibility

Giorgi Japaridze Theory of Computability. Reducibility. Episode 3. 3.1.a. Giorgi Japaridze Theory of Computability. The undecidability of the halting problem. Let HALT TM = {<M,w> | M is a TM and M halts on input w } HALT TM is called the halting problem.

By nike
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2.05.2011

2.05.2011

2.05.2011. New Models of Computation. Vadim Pesonen. New... in what respect? Computation beyond Turing Machines Super-Turing computation a.k.a. hypercomputation

By stew
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Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley

Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley

Putting the Turing into Manufacturing: Algorithmic Automation and Recent Developments in Feeding and Fixturing. Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley. The Turing Machine, 1936. Precise vocabulary: 0, 1 Class of primitive operations: Read, Write, Shift Left, Shift Right Well Formed Sequences

By craig
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CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering

CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering

CDT403 Research Methodology in Natural Sciences and Engineering A History of Computing: A History of Ideas Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic Department of Computer Science and Electronic Mälardalen University, Sweden. HISTORY OF COMPUTING. LEIBNIZ: LOGICAL CALCULUS BOOLE: LOGIC AS ALGEBRA

By loyal
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Complexity theory and combinatorial optimization Class #2 – 17 th of March

Complexity theory and combinatorial optimization Class #2 – 17 th of March

Complexity theory and combinatorial optimization Class #2 – 17 th of March. …. where we deal with decision problems, finite automata, Turing machines pink dogs, …. But also P, NP, NP-completeness, …. Introduction to computational intractability.

By shyla
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Turing Machines (13.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University

Turing Machines (13.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University

Turing Machines (13.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University. Based on slides by Costas Busch from the course http://www.cs.rpi.edu/courses/spring05/modcomp/ and …. Models of computing. DFA - regular languages Push down automata - Context-free Bounded Turing M’s - Context sensitive

By eddy
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What Does it Mean to Think?

What Does it Mean to Think?

What Does it Mean to Think?. Our Working Definition of AI. Artificial intelligence is the study of how to make computers do things that people are better at or would be better at if:. they could extend what they do to a World Wide Web-sized amount of data, and not make mistakes.

By jonah
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Hyper computation

Hyper computation

Hyper computation. Introduction & Philosophy. Preface. Jeroen Broekhuizen History before Hyper computing Christian Gilissen Introduction & philosophy of Hyper computing Maurice Samulski Hyper computing by examples. Alan Turing. Well known

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