### Definition of Alan Mathison Turing

**1.** *Noun.* English mathematician who conceived of the Turing machine and broke German codes during World War II (1912-1954).

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**1.** *The Network Revolution: Confessions of a Computer Scientist* by Jacques Vallee (1982)

"His companion was **Alan Mathison Turing**, a young and burly man with an air of
abstraction and a reputation as an outstanding mathematical logician. ..."

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*The Heart of the Internet: An Insider's View of the Origin and Promise of*by Jacques F. Vallee (2003)

"His companion was

**, a young and burly man with an air of abstraction and a reputation as an outstanding mathematical logician. ..."**

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*50 Years of Army Computing, from ENIAC to MSRC: A Record of a Symposium and*by Thomas J. Bergin, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, US Army Ordnance Center and School (2000)

"Turing

**(b. London, June 23, 1912) is recognized as the creator of the concept of the "universal machine," described in his 1937 paper. ..."**

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*The Civilization of Illiteracy*by Mihai Nadin (1997)

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**(1913-1954). British mathematician, one of the inventors of the programmable computer. During World War 2, Turing worked at the British ..."**

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