Models of computation | Abstract machines | Automata (computation)

An abstract machine is a computer science theoretical model that allows for a detailed and precise analysis of how a computer system functions. It is analogous to a mathematical function in that it receives inputs and produces outputs based on predefined rules. Abstract machines vary from literal machines in that they are expected to perform correctly and independently of hardware. Abstract machines are “machines” because they allow step-by-step execution of programmes; they are “abstract” because they ignore many aspects of actual (hardware) machines. A typical abstract machine consists of a definition in terms of input, output, and the set of allowable operations used to turn the former into the latter. They can be used for purely theoretical reasons as well as models for real-world computer systems. In the theory of computation, abstract machines are often used in thought experiments regarding computability or to analyse the complexity of algorithms. This use of abstract machines is connected to the field of computational complexity theory, such as finite state machines , Mealy machines, push-down automata, and Turing machines. (Wikipedia).

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Equivalence Relations Definition and Examples

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Compilation - Part One: Overview of the Stages of Compilation

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GTAC 2014: A Test Automation Language for Behavioral Models

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Milner Award Lecture 2015: Reactive, real-time and hybrid computer systems

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Ruby Conf 2013 - Compilers For Free by Tom Stuart

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