- Turing machine 1937, named for English mathematician and computer pioneer Alan M. Turing (1912-1954), who described such a device in 1936.
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Turing machine — noun Etymology: A. M. Turing died 1954 English mathematician Date: 1937 a hypothetical computing machine that has an unlimited amount of information storage … New Collegiate Dictionary
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