Turnsing: A Bit Off the Beaten Path

Hejhal, Dennis A.
January 2007
Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2007, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
The article discusses the author's experience during his visit to Manchester, England in June 2004. He was invited as a speaker on the Dynamical Systems Seminar in Manchester on June 23. At the lecture, he focuses on the topics of zeta functions and the works of mathematician Alan M. Turing. His most memorable moment was the visit to the Turing Memorial in Manchester's Sackville Park.


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