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anonymous

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I've just started watching the series, and in Lecture 1 he's talking about 6 primitive fundamentals. What are they?

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  1. anonymous
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    He was talking about the mathematical definition for a Turing Machine: A Turing Machine is an ordered 6-tuple M = (S, Sigma, d, s0, B, A). S is a set of states (machine states), Sigma is an alphabet the machine understand, d is a function: the elements in the domain of d are in a subset of (S x Sigma) and its range is a subset of (S x Sigma x {r,l,h}). In fact d is a set of instructions; so, do not worry, he was not talking about Python.

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    I see, thanks! Could you please link me to an article explaining what you said in more detail?

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