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  1. The Annotated Turing: A Guided Tour Through Alan Turing's Historic Paper on Computability and the Turing Machine by Charles Petzold, 2008-06-16
  2. The Man Who Knew Too Much: Alan Turing and the Invention of the Computer (Great Discoveries) by David Leavitt, 2006-11-17
  3. Turing (The Great Philosophers Series) by Andrew Hodges, 1999-07
  4. The Essential Turing: Seminal Writings in Computing, Logic, Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, and Artificial Life plus The Secrets of Enigma by Alan M. Turing, 2004-11-18
  5. Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges, 2000-03-01
  6. Alan Turing: Life and Legacy of a Great Thinker
  7. Alan Turing (Profiles in Mathematics) by Jim Corrigan, 2008-06
  8. Alan Turing: The Troubled Genius of Bletchley Park Hall (Makers of Modern Science) by Ray Spangenburg, Diane Kit Moser, 2010-12
  9. Alan Turing: The Architect of the Computer Age (Impact Biography) by Ted Gottfried, 1996-10
  10. Alan Turing's Automatic Computing Engine: The Master Codebreaker's Struggle to Build the Modern Computer
  11. The Turing Programming Language: Design and Definition by R. C. Holt, Philip A. Matthews, et all 1987-11
  12. Machines and Thought: The Legacy of Alan Turing, Volume I (Mind Association Occasional Series)
  13. Alan Turing: The Enigma of Intelligence by Andrew Hodges, 1985-01-28
  14. Turing and the Computer: The Big Idea by Paul Strathern, 1999-04-20

1. Alan Turing - Wikipedia
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Alan Mathison Turing 23. Juni in London 7. Juni in Wilmslow ) war ein britischer Mathematiker und Kryptoanalytiker und einer der Urv¤ter des Computers Turing gilt heute als einer der einflussreichsten Theoretiker der fr¼hen Computerentwicklung und Informatik . Die von ihm entwickelte Turingmaschine ist die Grundlage der theoretischen Informatik . W¤hrend des Zweiten Weltkrieges war er maŸgeblich an der Entschl¼sselung der mit der Enigma verschl¼sselten deutschen Funkspr¼che beteiligt. Der GroŸteil seiner Arbeiten blieb nach Kriegsende jedoch unter Verschluss. Turing entwickelte eines der ersten Schachprogramme , dessen Berechnungen er mangels Hardware selbst durchf¼hrte. Nach ihm benannt ist der Turing-Preis , die bedeutendste Auszeichnung in der Informatik, sowie der Turing-Test zum Nachweis k¼nstlicher Intelligenz
Kindheit und Jugend
Turing wurde in Chatrapur Indien gezeugt. Sein Vater Julius Mathison Turing, ein britischer Staatsdiener in der damaligen Kolonie, und seine Frau Ethel (geborene Stoney) wollten, dass Turing in GroŸbritannien geboren wird. Deshalb kehrten sie nach

2. Alan Turing - Home Page
Alan Turing Home Page. Guide to a large website maintained by Andrew Hodges, biographer of Alan Turing (19121954).

3. Alan Turing From FOLDOC
Biographical entry in the FOLDOC. Turing

4. Alan Turing
Alan Turing Internet Scrapbook

5. Alan Turing Archive
Archive and historical records pertaining to the work of computing pioneer Alan Turing.

6. Computing Machinery And Intelligence - A.m. Turing, 1950
The classic 1950 article by Alan Turing on machine intelligence, where he introduces the famous Turing test.

7. The Turing Test Page
at the outset that this is not a page about Alan Turing himself. For more information on Alan Turing visit The Alan Turing homepage If you

8. Turing Digital Archive
Digital archive of items relating to Alan Turing.

9. Turing Machines
Turing Machines. Turing machines, first described by Alan Turing in (Turing 1937), are simple abstract computational devices intended to help

10. Alan Turing
Life and work of philosopher and mathematician Alan Mathison Turing; by Andrew Hodges.

11. Computing Machinery And Intelligence A.M. Turing
Turing, A.M. (1950). Computing machinery and intelligence. Mind, 59, 433460. COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE By A. M. Turing

12. Turing
Biography of Alan Turing (19121954)

13. Alan Turing
Encyclopedia biography from Wikipedia.

14. Alan Turing: Biography And Much More From
Source Alan Turing , Mathematician Born 23 June 1912 Birthplace London, EnglandDeath 7 June 1954 (Probable suicide by cyanide poisoning) Best.
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  • Born: 23 June 1912 Birthplace: London, England Died: 7 June 1954 (Probable suicide by cyanide poisoning) Best Known As: Pioneer in computers and artificial intelligence
Name at birth: Alan Mathison Turing Alan Turing was a mathematician who in 1937 suggested a theoretical machine, since called a Turing Machine, that became the basis of modern computing. In 1950 he suggested what has become known as a "Turing's test," still the criterion for recognizing intelligence in a machine. During World War II Turing led the team that succeeded in breaking German high-level secret codes, using the first practical programmed computer, called Colossus. Turing was a homosexual, a crime in England at the time, and in 1952 he was tried, convicted and sentenced to estrogen treatments. In 1954 he died of cyanide poisoning, an apparent suicide. Turing was also an accomplished competitive runner.

15. MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Alan Turing
Alan Turing. Alan Turing. Considered a forerunner in the field of electroniccomputers, Alan Turing envisioned a device that could, in theory,
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Considered a forerunner in the field of electronic computers, Alan Turing envisioned a device that could, in theory, perform any calculation. Referred to as the Turing Machine, it was designed to “read” commands and data from a long piece of tape, using a table to determine the order in which the required operations would be carried out. In the related field of artificial intelligence, he originated the “Turing test,” a process designed to determine if a computer can “think” like a human. Science Source/Photo Researchers, Inc. Appears in these articles: Mathematics; Turing, Alan Mathison Exclusively for MSN Encarta Premium Subscribers. Join Now

16. FUSION Anomaly. Alan Turing
Alan Turing was found dead at age 42. He had published his seminal paper, Alan Turing solved one of the most crucial mathematical problems of the modern
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(3 Cauac (Storm Cloud) / 2 Kayab (Turtle) - 159/260 - 12.19.12. Turing, Alan Mathison Turing, Alan Mathison, 1912-54, British mathematician and computer theorist. His early work in predicate logic led to a proof (1937) that some mathematical problems are not susceptible to solution by automated computation. During World War II, he was instrumental in breaking the German Enigma cipher. After the war he helped design computers and did groundwork in the field of ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
1954 - Alan Turing
Alan Turing was found dead at age 42. He had published his seminal paper, "On Computable Numbers," in 1936, as well as posing significant questions about judging "human intelligence" and programming and working on the design of several computers during the course of his career. A mathematical genius, Turing proved instrumental in code-breaking efforts during World War II. His application of logic to that realm would emerge even more significantly in his development of the concept of a "universal machine."
Alan Turing solved one of the most crucial mathematical problems of the modern era at the age of twenty-four, creating the theoretical basis for computation in the

17. GTI - Glosario Terminología Informática
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18. Oxford University Press: The Essential Turing: Alan M. Turing
Alan Turing was one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. In 1935,aged 22, he developed the mathematical theory upon which all subsequent

19. Oxford University Press: The Essential Turing: Alan M. Turing
Alan Turing was one of the most important and influential thinkers of the 20thcentury. This volume makes his key writings available to a nonspecialist

20. Turing Alan Mathison From FOLDOC
Recommended Reading Alan Mathison Turing, Mathematical Logic (Elsevier, 2001);Andrew Hodges, Alan Turing The Enigma (Walker, 2000); Andrew Hodges, Alan Mathison

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