Part 3 presents the logical structures of a memory, a configurable oscillation and a sequential interpreter ring forming a traditional universal sequential processor. Continue reading Rethinking Computer Science Part 3: A Sequential Interpreter.
Computer science is formulated with concepts borrowed from mathematics. Even though mathematics defines mathematical computation and computer science is about computation, it is argued here that there are fundamental differences between the two, that computer science is not well served by the borrowed concepts and that there exists a conceptual grounding that more effectually addresses the goals and problems of computer science. Continue reading Rethinking Computer Science Part 1: The Problem