alexa Abstract | Universal Turing Machine: A Model for all Computational Problems
ISSN ONLINE(2320-9801) PRINT (2320-9798)

International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Turing machines are the most powerful computational machines and are the theoretical basis for modern computers. Universal Turing machine works for all classes of languages including regular languages (Res), Context-free languages (CFLs), as well as recursively enumerable languages (RELs). In this paper, we discuss the concept of Universal Turing machine as a computing device that can be used for solving any problem that a computer or a human can solve. We show how the machine works in solving computational problems and design some algorithms showing to show the operational procedure of input symbols such as moving left, right, or stationary depending on the input symbol. Finally, we argue that the Universal Turing machine is a generalpurpose machine that can be used to compute any computable problem.

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Author(s): Edward E. Ogheneovo

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