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Enumeration reducibility, nondeterministic computations and relative computability of partial functions
In a computation using auxiliary informational inputs one can think of the external resource making itself available in different ways. One way is via an oracle as in Turing reducibility, whereExpand
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New Computational Paradigms: Changing Conceptions of What is Computable
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In recent years, classical computability has expanded beyond its original scope to address issues related to computability and complexity in algebra, analysis, and physics. Expand
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Incomputability in Nature
To what extent is incomputability relevant to the material Universe? We look at ways in which this question might be answered, and the extent to which the theory of computability, which grew out ofExpand
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The foundations of computation, physics and mentality: the Turing legacy
The articles in this issue span a remarkable range of topics that testify to the richness of Alan Turing's intellectual legacy in the modern conception of computation. There are deep connections withExpand
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The Incomputable Alan Turing
The last century saw dramatic challenges to the Laplacian predictability which had underpinned scientific research for around 300 years. Basic to this was Alan Turing's 1936 discovery (along withExpand
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The effect of social grounding on collaboration in a computer-mediated small group discussion
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This paper reports on a study of how a group of online students used a software application specifically designed to mediate a threaded discussion. Expand
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The Development of a Technology Committee in Undergraduate Teacher Education Courses: Is This an Effective Strategy?
Preparing teacher education students for technology applications can be overwhelming considering the all the other information that needs to be addressed in teacher education courses. However, it isExpand
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Case Studies of Teacher Education Students in a Field-Based and a University-Based Elementary Mathematics Methods Course
L'etudiante ayant suivi ses cours de mathematiques sur le terrain, trouve que cette experience l'aide a mieux apprehender son role d'educatrice, a avoir le comportement et les reactions adequats et aExpand
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