DOI:​10.1080/01405110152771735
Corpus ID: 2212476
Making the change.
P. Greenaway
Published 1 December 2001

Computer Science
The Journal of audiovisual media in medicine
ion deals with levels of machine behaviour: as a physical machine referring to wires, magnetic disks, integrated circuits; as a logical machine referring to a collection of logical elements made from… 
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