|Alan M. Turing|
Entry from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Andrew Hodges.
|Alan Mathison Turing|
Undergraduate biographical essay by John M. Kowalik.
|Alan Mathison Turing (1912-1954)|
British mathematician , cryptographer , and one of the key inventors of the modern computer. After his profound contributions to helping win World War II , he was persecuted for his homosexuality by his own government , and driven to suicide. Maintained by
Biography from the MacTutor History of Mathematics archive.
Encyclopedia biography from Wikipedia.
Biographical entry in the FOLDOC.
|Alan Turing Archive|
Archive and historical records pertaining to the work of computing pioneer Alan Turing.
|Alan Turing Papers|
Collection record of Turings papers at Kings College , Cambridge.
|Alan Turing Year|
Site for the 2012 Turing Centenary. Comprehensive list of events.
|Alan Turing: Inquest’s suicide verdict “not supportable”|
The BBC reports on new doubt about whether Alan Turning committed suicide.
|Alan Turing: Thinking Up Computers|
Profile of the groundbreaking Cambridge mathematician. [BusinessWeek]
|On Computable Numbers with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem|
Turing's paper which discusses the halting problem in the context of Gödel's Incompleteness Theorem. HTML.
|The Church-Turing Thesis|
Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
|Turing Digital Archive|
Digital archive of items relating to Alan Turing hosted at King's College , Cambridge.
|What was Alan Turing really like?|
The BBC interviews two women who , as children , knew Alan Turning.