## Automata Studies: Annals of Mathematics Studies. Number 34The description for this book, Automata Studies. (AM-34), Volume 34, will be forthcoming. |

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### Contents

Representation of Events in Nerve Nets and Finite Automats | 3 |

Probabilistic Logics and the Synthesis of Reliable Organisms From Unreliable Components | 43 |

Some Uneconomical Robots | 99 |

Some Universal Elements for Finite Automata | 117 |

GedankenExperiments on Sequential Machines | 129 |

TURING MACHINES | 155 |

A Universal Turning Machine with Two Internal States | 157 |

A Note on Universal Turing Machines | 167 |

The Inversion of Functions Defined by Turning Machines | 177 |

Computability by Probabilistic Machines | 183 |

SYNTHESIS OF AUTOMATA | 213 |

Design for an IntelligenceAmplifier | 215 |

The Epistemological Problem for Automata | 235 |

Conditional Probability Machines and Conditioned Reflexes | 253 |

Temporal and Spatial Patterns in a Conditional Probability Machine | 277 |

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