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Chronology for von Neumann ’ s PROBABILISTIC LOGICS AND THE SYNTHESIS OF RELIABLE ORGANISMS FROM UNRELIABLE COMPONENTS

@inproceedings{Neumann2009ChronologyFV,
  title={Chronology for von Neumann ’ s PROBABILISTIC LOGICS AND THE SYNTHESIS OF RELIABLE ORGANISMS FROM UNRELIABLE COMPONENTS},
  author={J. Neumann},
  year={2009}
}
  • J. Neumann
  • Published 2009
  • The paper that follows is based on notes taken by Dr. R. S. Pierce on five lectures given by the author at the California Institute of Technology in January 1952. They have been revised by the author but they reflect, apart from minor changes, the lectures as they were delivered. The subject-matter, as the title suggests, is the role of error in logics, or in the physics implementation of logics in automata-synthesis. Error is viewed, therefore, not as an extraneous and misdirected or… CONTINUE READING
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