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Concise Guide to Computation Theory epub

by Akira Maruoka


Concise Guide to Computation Theory epub

ISBN: 0857295349

ISBN13: 978-0857295347

Author: Akira Maruoka

Category: Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: Springer; 2011 edition (May 6, 2011)

Pages: 281 pages

ePUB book: 1857 kb

FB2 book: 1632 kb

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Concise Guide to Computation Theory. Authors: Maruoka, Akira.

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Start by marking Concise Guide to Computation Theory as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The theory of computation describes what tasks can and cannot be computed, and why this should be.

Computation lies at the heart of modern digital technology and our increasingly advanced information society. The theory of computation describes what tasks can and cannot be computed, and how efficiently the computable tasks can be computed.

from book Concise Guide to Computation Theory. Under what conditions does a physical system implement or realize a computation?

from book Concise Guide to Computation Theory. Preliminaries to the Theory of Computation. Article · January 2011 with 6 Reads. Cite this publication. Ishinomaki Senshu University. Under what conditions does a physical system implement or realize a computation? Structuralism about computational implementation, espoused by Chalmers and others, holds that a physical system realizes a computation just in case the system instantiates a pattern of causal organization isomorphic to the computation's formal structure. I argue against structuralism through counter-examples drawn.

Автор: Akira Maruoka Название: Concise Guide to Computation Theory Издательство: Springer . The book is accompanied by computer programs to solve boundary layer equations, the Orr-Sommerfeld equation and to compute transitions.

The book is accompanied by computer programs to solve boundary layer equations, the Orr-Sommerfeld equation and to compute transitions. Those programs can be used for classroom work but also for industry applications.

oceedings{, title {Concise Guide to Computation Theory}, author {Akira Maruoka}, year {2011} . This textbook presents a thorough foundation to the theory of computation.

oceedings{, title {Concise Guide to Computation Theory}, author {Akira Maruoka}, year {2011} }. Akira Maruoka.

This textbook presents a thorough foundation to the theory of computation. Combining intuitive descriptions and illustrations with rigorous arguments and detailed proofs for key topics, the logically structured discussion guides the reader through the core concepts of automata and languages, computability, and complexity of computation. Topics and features: presents a detailed introduction to the theory of computation, complete with concise explanations of the mathematical prerequisites; provides end-of-chapter problems with solutions, in addition to chapter-opening summaries and numerous examples and definitions throughout the text; draws upon the author’s extensive teaching experience and broad research interests; discusses finite automata, context-free languages, and pushdown automata; examines the concept, universality and limitations of the Turing machine; investigates computational complexity based on Turing machines and Boolean circuits, as well as the notion of NP-completeness.