An Explanation of Computation Theory for Lawyers

Posted by gus3 on Nov 13, 2009 4:35 AM EDT
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The fundamentals of computation theory are not obvious. A group of the greatest mathematicians of the twentieth century needed decades to figure them out. If this information is not communicated to lawyers and judges they have no chance to understand what is going on and mistakes are sure to happen. All the errors I have found result from this omission. The purpose of this text is to help fill the gap.

[A long read, but definitely worth it for the philosophical defense of FOSS - gus3]

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Good read indeed Sander_Marechal 0 1,338 Nov 13, 2009 7:44 AM

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