The Constitution of Algorithms (MIT Press)
Friday, 04 June 2021

Subtitled "Ground-Truthing, Programming, Formulating", this book covers a laboratory study that investigates how algorithms come into existence. Florian Jaton offers a new way to study computerized methods, providing an account of where algorithms come from and how they are constituted. He investigates the practical activities by which algorithms are progressively assembled rather than what they may suggest or require once they are assembled.

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Author: Florian Jaton
Publisher: MIT Press
Date: April 2021
Pages: 400
ISBN: 978-0262542142
Print: 0262542145
Kindle: B08HY1GKS9
Audience: Developers interested in algorithms
Level: Intermediate
Category: Theory & Techniques 

 

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