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By Masami Ito

The idea of formal languages and the speculation of automata have been either initiated within the past due Nineteen Fifties, explains Ito (Kyoto Sangyo U., Japan), and the 2 fields have in view that built into vital theoretical foundations of laptop technology. He appears on the from the algebraic standpoint, starting with the algebraic constitution of automata, and in part ordered units of automata as a type of worldwide conception. Then he delves into grammars, languages, and operations on languages. To finish, he introduces directable automata as a different case.

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Also let us note that (3) is the only form of prediction which has an explicit temporal element. Consequently, and this is important, in order to make predictions possible, a law of motion should contain, already at the initial time t0, all information about the process. That's exactly why dynamic prediction is not strongly conditional - if the information is there, it is fairly safe to say on its basis that this and this will happen. We know already that the notion of state is the vehicle which expresses and manifests the information storage.

I knew that" - say both. What they mean is that they have predicted what will happen. Whereas they indeed both did, the value of their models is clearly quite different. Modelling theory should be able to grasp such differences. Having discussed the epistemological conditions under which mathematics can be used in models, it is no surprise to say we can never be sure whether a model is correct unless we can answer some basic questions like: 32 FOUNDATIONS - What is a model? What are the admissible operations for formulating models?

It is a factual matter. In other words, Nature follows a constructive principle. In the light of the above remarks, it is no wonder constructivist ideas did not have much influence on the whole of 36 MODELS AND CONSTRUCTIVISM mathematics, but found important applications in computer science where the most fundamental concept, that of algorithm, formulates the very idea of a constructive procedure. A model has to be, in principle, meaningful for a computer: it is more or less natural to say that anything that cannot be told to a computer is not sufficiently precise.

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