Edward F. Moore Biography

Edward F. Moore (born 23 November 1925 - died in Madison, Wisconsin, June 14, 2003 at age 77 years) is a professor of mathematics and computer science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1966 until his retirement in 1985. He is a pioneer in the field of automata theory (automata theory) and has successfully introduced a Moore machine that is named by taking the name itself.

In 1956 the magazine "Scientific American", he suggested, through his article titled: "Artificial Living Plants," a floating plant and can grow automatically. This plant can be programmed to perform a task such as: the creation of clear water, and taking minerals from seawater. For power plant investment is relatively small compared with the results to be obtained result of the development of the plant growing exponentially.

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