CS310. Turing Machines Section 3.1 November 6, 2006. Turing Machines. Similar to Finite Automata unlimited and unrestricted memory random access more accurate model of modern computer Problems that cannot be solved by a Turing Machine cannot be solved by a “real” digital computer
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November 6, 2006
What are the fundamental capabilities and
limitations of computers?
Computer Science is really the science of computation,
not of computers.
(containing input string)
if (qi, b) = (qn, c, L)
u qn v
u, v * and qn Q
the read/write head is on the first character of v and the TM is in state qn
x = 111 2x = 111111