Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
Undergraduate biographical essay by John M. Kowalik.
Biography from the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
Digital archive of items relating to Alan Turing.
British mathematician, cryptographer, and one of the key inventors of the modern computer. After his profound contributions to helping win World War II, he was persecuted for his homosexuality by his own government, and driven to suicide. Maintained by Turing biographer Andrew Hodges: extensive resources and links, online versions of several long essays on Turing.
Biographical entry in the FOLDOC.
Article on Turing Machines from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
Archive and historical records pertaining to the work of computing pioneer Alan Turing.
Turing's paper which discusses the halting problem in the context of Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem. HTML.
Stories involving Turing.
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