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Alan Turing Bibliography:
  Overview, Mechanical Intelligence, Pure Mathematics,
  Morphogenesis, Mathematical Logic and cryptology.
Von Neumann and Turing, 1937-39
Turing's zeta-function machine, 1939
Enigma report, November 1939
Mission to France, January 1940
Pages from the Prof's Book, 1940
Operation Ruthless, October 1940
Turing's Washington report, November 1942,
  extracts (1), (2)
Turing's Dayton report, 1942: pages 1-3, 4-6, 7-9.
Turing's Delilah report, 1944
The Mind and the Computing Machine, 1949,
  Pages 1-2, Pages 3-5.
Conference on Information Theory, 1950

Alan Turing Internet Scrapbook

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Early life
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Turing machine
Turing machines in JavaScript
Beyond the Turing machine
Enigma cryptanalysis
Turing as Anglo-American liaison
The electronic war
Who invented the computer?
Turing's electronic brain: the ACE
World class distance runner
Turing and the Manchester computer
Turing test (theory)
Turing test (practice)
Growth, Form and Crisis
Wondrous Light

Publications

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Book in the Great Philosophers series, in parts
(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11), (12)
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Machines and Oracles
One-page scientific biography
Biography for Philosophy of Science
Turing as a Cambridge Scientific Mind, pages (1), (2)
Alan Turing and the Turing Test, pages (1), (2)
What would Turing have done after 1954?
 pages (1), (2).
Mathematics and War, pages (1), (2), (3), (4)
Alan Turing at VE Day
Turing and Physics
Turing's Treatise on the Enigma
Electronic Spin, for PC Pro
Jin Wicked's Turing Print
Imperial War Museum and Europride

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