It doesn’t observe any laws except recursion.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:20 pmThat exactly what it is a "word" or symbol representative the perspective of industrialization of its times. It is a temporal concept of the time, progressingLogik wrote: ↑Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:56 pmLast time I checked “computer” was a human job title from the 1920s.
Alan Turing observer humans at work in order to formulate his theory of computation.
He abstracted the process. The piece of electronics on your desk is just an implementation of the Mathematics.
"from a Latin word “computare” which means to “to calculate” , “to count” , “to sum up” or “to think together”. So, more precisely the word computer mean s a "device that performs computation".
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Thus the nature of computing, observes laws of progressive movement which exist through but transcend the definition of and the act of "computing" itself.
Is recursion a law or a pattern?