A bootstrap approach to model checking for linear models by Ojeda J.L., Cristobal J.A.

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I am grateful to Bigelow for sending me a transcript of excerpts from the interview. 24 The letter, dated 29 Nov. 1946, is in the von Neumann Archive at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. In the letter von Neumann also remarked that Turing had ‘demonstrated in absolute . . generality that anything and everything Brouwerian can be done by an appropriate mechanism’ (a Turing machine). He made a related remark in a lecture: ‘It has been pointed out by A. M. Turing [in ‘‘On Computable Numbers’’] .

In the course of these, Eckert used the term ‘programming’ in a similar sense when describing the new idea of storing instructions in high-speed memory: ‘We . . 59 The modern nominalized form appears not to have been adopted in the USA until a little later. ’60 Part II Computability and Uncomputability 8. Circular and Circle-Free Machines Turing calls the binary digits ‘0’ and ‘1’ symbols ‘of the Wrst kind’. Any symbols that a computing machine is able to print apart from the binary digits—such as 55 M.

A computer—sometimes also spelt ‘computor’—was a mathematical assistant who calculated by rote, in accordance with a systematic method. The method was supplied by an overseer prior to the calculation. Many thousands of human computers were employed in business, government, and research establishments, doing some of the sorts of calculating work that nowadays is performed by electronic computers. Like Wling clerks, computers might have little detailed knowledge of the end to which their work was directed.

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