Arthurus Burks

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Arthurus Burks anno 2001.

Arthurus Gualterius Burks (natus Arthur Walter Burks Duluth Minnesotae 13 Octobris 1915, mortuus 14 Maii 2008) fuit mathematicus Americanus qui annis 1940 principalis ingeniarius fuit in proposito quod ad designationem ENIAC contulit, primi generalis computatri digitalis electronici. Diu professor in Universitate Michiganensi Ann Arbor in oppido Michiganiae docebat, ubi multos annos cum Alicia uxore suadebat rem ENIAC ex opere Ioannis Vincentii Atanasoff deductum fuisse.[1]

Burks gradum A.B. in mathematica et physica in Universitate DePauw Greencastle in vico Indianae anno 1936 et M.A. et Ph.D. in philosophia in Universitate Michiganensi Ann Arbor in oppido annis 1937 et 1941 proprie meruit.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. A. R. Burks et A. W. Burks 1988; A. R. Burks 2003.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Burks, Arthur W. 1956. The logic of fixed and growing automata. Engineering Research Institute, University of Michigan.
  • Burks, Arthur W., et Hao Wang. 1956. The logic of automata. Air Research and Development Command. University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute. Deep Blue Eprint.
  • Burks, Arthur W. 1971. Essays on Cellular Automata. University of Illinois Press.
  • Burks, Arthur W. 1978. Recognitio libri "The New Elements of Mathematics" by Charles S. Peirce, ed. Carolyn Eisele. In Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society 84(5), September, Project Euclid Eprint PDF 791KB.
  • Burks, Arthur W. 1978. Chance, Cause and Reason: An Inquiry into the Nature of Scientific Evidence. University of Chicago Press.
  • Burks, Arthur W. 1986. Robots and free minds. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan.
  • Burks, Arthur W. 1996. Peirce's evolutionary pragmatic idealism. Synthese' 106(3):323–372.
  • Burks, Arthur W., et Alice R. Burks. 1981. The ENIAC: First General-Purpose Electronic Computer. Annals of the History of Computing 3(4): 310–399.
  • Burks, Alice R. 2003. Who Invented the Computer?: The Legal Battle That Changed History. Praefatio Douglas R. Hofstadter. Amherstiae Novi Eboraci: Prometheus Books.
  • Burks, Alice R., et Arthur W. Burks. 1988. The First Electronic Computer: The Atanasoff Story. University of Michigan Press.
  • Burks, Arthur W., et Irving M. Copi. 1954. The logical design of an idealized general-purpose computer. Burroughs Corporation Research Center. University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute. Deep Blue Eprint.
  • Burks, Arthur W., Herman H. Goldstine, et John von Neumann. 1946, 1947. Preliminary discussion of the logical design of an electronic computing instrument. Ed. 2a. Princetoniae Movae Caesareae: Institute for Advanced Study946. Eprint.
  • Burks, Arthur W., et Jesse Bowdle Wright. 1952. Theory of Logical Nets. Burroughs Adding Machine Co. vel University of Michigan Engineering Research Institute. Deep Blue Eprint.
  • Peirce, Charles Sanders. 1958 The Collected Papers of Charles Sanders Peirce Volumes 7 and 8, ed. Arthur W. Burks. Cantabrigiae Massachusattae: Harvard University Press.
  • Salmon, Merrilee H., ed. 1990. The Philosophy of Logical Mechanism: Essays in honor of Arthur W. Burks with his responses. Dordrecht Nederlandiae: Kluwer Academic.

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