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To perform mathematical operations or general computer processing. For an explanation of "The 3 C's," or how the computer processes data, see computer.
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In addition to their relevance to certain questions in the foundations of Set Theory (Ellentuck 1969), a leading application of combinatorial functions and operators has been to the branches of computability theory known as theory of recursive equivalence types (Myhill 1958) and isol theory (Nerode 1961; Dekker 1966); a fairly extensive survey of the latter area has been given in (McLaughlin 1982).
The theory of effective computability or recursive function theory emerged in the 1930s in an effort to characterize rigorously what was meant by the intuitive concept of an "algorithm.
Rustem, Berc and Kumaraswamy Velupillai, "Rationality, Computability, and Complexity.
com/research/d48f78/the_annotated_turi) has announced the addition of the "The Annotated Turing: A Guided Tour Through Alan Turing's Historic Paper on Computability and the Turing Machine" report to their offering.
Covering both access and deposit, from informal data sharing to long-term archiving, and addressing identification, discoverability and computability of both long-tail and big data, EUDAT2020 s services will address the full lifecycle of research data.
Key issues for trajectories without control are reachability of a destination point by pure drift and the computability of the distance of pure drift towards a destination point.
The computability of conformal mappings onto the canonical domains was discussed by Andreev and McNicholl [1].
Computability theory; an introduction to recursion theory.
Other computability issues linked with LTE technology will also suppress the global LTE market's growth.
The biggest downside of this construction is that of computability.
This substance has applications in the production of tissue engineering scaffolds as a biological material due to its appropriate mechanical properties and computability.
Two years later, as a graduate student at Princeton, he published his famous paper on computable numbers and the idea of an infinitely capable computing machine--dubbed the "universal Turing machine" and widely regarded as the origin of modern computability.