Dualna natura programów komputerowych

Semina Scientiarum 16:24-42 (2017)
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The paper is devoted to the discussion on ontological status of the computer programs. The most popular conceptions are presented and critically discussed: programs as concrete abstractions, as quasi-particular objects, as mathematical objects, and finally – program as digital pattern. Advantages and disadvantages of those approaches are pointed out and some possible solutions are proposed.



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