Interaction as a Framework for Modeling

@inproceedings{Wegner1997InteractionAA,
  title={Interaction as a Framework for Modeling},
  author={Peter Wegner and Dina Q. Goldin},
  booktitle={Conceptual Modeling},
  year={1997}
}
The irreducibility of interactive to algorithmic computing requires fundamental questions concerning models of computation to be reexamined. This paper reviews single-stream and multiple-stream interaction machines, extensions of set theory and algebra for models of sequential interaction, and interactive extensions of the Turing test. It motivates the use of interactive models as a basis for applications to computer architecture, software engineering, and artificial intelligence. 1 Concepts of… CONTINUE READING
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