Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Student snags maths prize

The simple 2,3 Turing Machine (a head with only two states and a tape that can use 3 symbols) is shown to be capable of universal computation. Full article @ Nature News

The state of the head (up or down droplet) and the pattern of colour (orange, yellow and white) in a given row depends upon the row above. A simple start can lead to an incredibly complex picture. (Wolfram Institute)


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