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Computation by a Turing machine carried out in a Minsky post tag formalism

Calvin Oscar Leon Henry

Computation by a Turing machine carried out in a Minsky post tag formalism

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Turing machines.

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    Statementby Calvin Oscar Leon Henry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[7], 58 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14236200M


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Need for this work was carried out in context of two "hard" problems: the unsolvable word problem posed by Emil Post—his problem of "tag"—and the very "hard" problem of Hilbert's problems—the 10th question around Diophantine equations.

Researchers were questing for Turing-equivalent models that were less "logical" in nature and more. Merge Post-Turing machine here. It is confusing and makes no sense for Turing machine and Post-Turing machine to be different articles.

I propose to merge Post-Turing machine here, and wikify it in the process. That page discusses several concrete models of Turing machine that have been proposed by Post, Davis, and Wang. The names "Post–Turing program" and "Post–Turing machine" were used by Martin Davis in – Later inDavis used the name "Turing–Post program".

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It uses relative indexing to locate. Using the universal Turing machine constructed by Neary and Woods in the class TM(15, 2) which simulates a variant of tag systems called bi-tag systems [16] or the machine constructed by Baiocchi. Two trends appeared in the early s—the first to characterize the computer as a Turing machine, the second to define computer-like models—models with sequential instruction sequences and conditional jumps—with the power of a Turing machine, i.e.

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It was shown in [1] that Tag systems are equivalent to Turing machines. The proof in [1] is very complicated and uses lemmas concerned with a variety of two-tape non-writing Turing machines.

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