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Reviews (HTML)
July-September 2006 (vol. 28 no. 3)
pp. 81-83
Andrew Hodges, University of Oxford
The Reviews department features book reviews of A.M. Turing's The Essential Turing (edited by B. Jack Copeland) and Steven T. Usdin's Engineering Communism: How Two Americans Spied for Stalin and Founded the Soviet Silicon Valley.

1. A.M. Turing, Collected Works of A.M. Turing, J.L. Britton et al., eds., North-Holland, 1992–2001.
2. A. M. Turing Proposed electronic calculator, National Physical Laboratory report, 1946, reprinted in the Collected Works of A.M. Turing.
3. M. Davis, The Universal Computer, Norton, 2000.
4. C. Teuscher, Turing's Connectionism: An Investigation of Neural Network Architectures, Springer-Verlag, 2002.
5. A. Church, Review of Turing (1936), J. Symbolic Logic, 2, pp. 42–43 (1937)
6. A.M. Turing, "Systems of Logic Defined by Ordinals," Proc. London Math. Soc., ser. 2,45, 161–228 (1939); The Essential Turing, 2004, pp. 146–204.
7. B.J. Copeland, "The Church-Turing Thesis," Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2002; http:/plato.stanford.edu.
8. B.J. Copeland and D. Proudfoot, "Alan Turing's Forgotten Ideas in Computer Science," Scientific American, vol. 280, no. 4, 1999, pp. 76–81.
9. A.M. Turing, "Can Digital Computers Think?" BBC radio talk, 15 May 1951; The Essential Turing, 2004, pp. 482–486.

Index Terms:
Alan Turing, artificial intelligence, learning machines, spies, Soviet computing
Citation:
Andrew Hodges, James W. Cortada, "Reviews," IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, vol. 28, no. 3, pp. 81-83, July-Sept. 2006, doi:10.1109/MAHC.2006.55
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