Hi Ivan (John) Siahlo, I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. The question sheet includes, A. Automata (Pushdown and Turing Machine). B. Matrix Proofs C. Norms and Distances D. Calculus proofs (Limits). E. Probability ALL QUESTIONS MUST BE ANSWERED WITH WORKINGS!
We are creating "futuristic money bills" designs. As part of our idea, we are looking to polygonized several famous faces, starting from Alan Turing. Do you think you can get this done for us, in the style and spirit we are looking for? Attaching a sample of Turing's face, and another design with a polygonized animal face in the spirit of what
Write up a proposal, on how you plan to achieve this, and the goal below. Goal: To bring at...be used and implemented, one must know it first. Video concepts: 1) Ethical & Empathy 2) Perceptual Empathy -> Imaginative Empathy 3) Bottom-up approach 4) Ethical Turing Test 5) Mirror neurons 6) Empathy over Efficiency 7) Context Dimension
This project is in two part: 1) build a scanner for a subset of turing. 2) build a parser for the subset of turing. More details will follow...
I am looking for a Brand Creation.....Are you able to put together a quote/options? our company is called "Babbage, Turing & Co. Ltd." We are an I.T. company specialsing in Automation. We help companies deploy tools like [url removed, login to view] www.puppetlabs.com. We are looking to develop our brand. We'd like something with a professional feel; like you'd
...can also be an uploaded photo/photo link.(with layer control for turning off) User will have the ability To outline "Farms" and "Fields" within farms (with layer control for turing off) Users will have the ability to export pdf files, with current map selection on screen and a selected list of annotations to be printed. Back up will be important,
I have an idea for a crowd sourced Turing test web service for Twitter bots. The service does two things: first, it lets you submit links to existing twitter exchanges for evaluation. Second, it shows judges example exchanges, scraped of identifying information but formatted as a familiar twitter thread, and asks the reader to judge of each participant
...Nonregular Languages 2. Context-Free Languages 2.1. Context-free Grammars 2.2. Pushdown Automata 2.3. Non-context-free Languages 3. Computability Theory 3.1. Turing Machines 3.2. Variants of Turing Machines 3.3. The De nition of Algorithm 7. Time complexity (NP-completeness, example NP-complete problems, and reductions) ...
...Automata Nondeterminism Regular Expressions Nonregular Expressions Context-Free Languages Context-Free Grammars Non-context-free languages Computability Theory Turing Machines Variant of Turing Machines The definition of algorithm Time complexity (np-completeness, example np-complete problem, and reductions) 1) Undecidability - Post's Correspondence
...order of update, and in the original description the array is infinite. One of the most interesting things about the Game of Life is that you can encode a universal Turing machine into it, so it can compute anything that a normal computer can. It isn’t the most basic structure that has this property: there are 1D cellular ...