Tour participants will experience the early days of mechanical calculation, learn more about the benefits of the binary code and explore the beginnings of mechanical data processing.
Alan Turing’s work is used as an example to explain the concept of the universal computer. Typical problem-solving procedures – such as recursion, backtracking, tessellation and the travelling salesman problem –can be experienced experimentally. Different sorting algorithms such as Bubble Sort are also part of the themed tour, which concludes with the areas interfaces, artificial intelligence and robotics.
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