The Turing Guide

The Turing Guide
Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen, B Mark Sprevak, Robin Wilson
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DIGI102, PHIL137
University of Canterbury
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Published 26/01/2017
Format Paperback
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ISBN13 9780198747833
Published In United Kingdom
Imprint Oxford University Press
Publisher Oxford University Press
Pages 544
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Alan Turing has long proved a subject of fascination, but following  the centenary of his birth in 2012, the code-breaker, computer pioneer, mathematician (and much more) has become even more celebrated with much media coverage, and several meetings, conferences and books raising public awareness of Turing's life and work. This volume will bring together contributions from some of the leading experts on Alan Turing to create a comprehensive guide to Turing that will serve as a useful resource for researchers in the area as well as the increasingly interested general reader. The book will cover aspects of Turing's life and the wide range of his intellectual activities, including mathematics, code-breaking, computer science, logic, artificial intelligence and mathematical biology, as well as his subsequent influence.

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