The Cipher of Roger Bacon

  title={The Cipher of Roger Bacon},
  author={Robert Steele},
Computational Decipherment of Unknown Scripts
This thesis presents several algorithms developed for the purpose of decrypting unknown alphabetic scripts representing unknown languages, and proposes a novel approach to deciphering short monoalphabetic substitution ciphers which combines both character-level and word-level language models.
Decoding Anagrammed Texts Written in an Unknown Language and Script
This work proposes three methods for determining the source language of a document enciphered with a monoalphabetic substitution cipher and presents an approach to decoding anagrammed substitution ciphers, in which the letters within words have been arbitrarily transposed.
John Matthews Manly: The Collier's Articles
How the articles were written, how they ended up in the Friedman Collection, and what they contain are described.
The Pathology of Cryptology—A Current Survey
Case studies show that a hidden code can be found almost anywhere, provided that one looks for it in a suitable manner, and a theoretic framework under the name of "para-steganography" is provided.
Thought and Syntax
  • W. Seager
  • Psychology, Philosophy
    PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association
  • 1992
It has been argued that Psychological Externalism is irrelevant to psychology. The grounds for this are that PE fails to individuate intentional states in accord with causal power, and that
The Empirical Philosophy of Roger and Francis Bacon
To this date Roger Bacon remains one of the controversial and colorful figures in the history of empirical science. This paper is an attempt to ascertain his views regarding the nature and function
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A comparison of the Anatomy of Brain and Behavior of Apes with Anglo-Saxons in England and the Foundations of Psychoanalysis shows how the role of language and environment in human evolution has changed over time.