Bill Stoddart

The halting problem is considered to be an essential part of the theoretical background to computing. That halting is not in general computable has supposedly been proved in many text books and taught on many computer science courses, in order to illustrate the limits of computation. However, Eric Hehner has a dissenting view, in which the specification of the halting problem is called into question.

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