The author explains how the notions of the computation and computational complexity for binary Turing machines can be extended to machines computing over real numbers with approximation and round-off.
The life and mathematics of one of the most influential living twentieth-century mathematicians is explored. This is the first part of a two-part article.
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The BKPS Letter of 1962: The History of a ``New Math'' Episode
David Lindsay Roberts
Oberwolfach Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary
Chern Receives Shaw Prize
Officers and Committee Members of the AMS