A computer may be defined the Abstract Machine that may be thought the logical 'ideal clerk'. The logical method is defined the Universal Machine that may be considered the formal table of instructions. A Computer: formal modus operandi, defined the Turing Machine that may be supposed the ideally stated method. The Computer is not in any sense material and is the abstract 'ideal clerk' and is a series of switches. A computer is defined the Universal Machine that may be considered the ideally stated table of instructions and can simulate any machine.
It is defined the Universal Machine that may be imagined the logical method performing a computation. The ideally stated approach is defined the Abstract Machine that may be taken as the abstract table of instructions.
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