|Title of the book: “VEDAS AND COMPUTERS”(Concepts
of Computer Compilers in Vedic Mimamsa)
Author: Dr.RVSS Avadhanulu
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“The Vedas and Computers By RVSS Avadhanulu gives a lucid exposition of some basic principles laid down in Mimamsa philosophy vis-à-vis the modern computational systems. Further it asserts that some of the latest principles of computer science were already recorded in the Mimamsa texts. To corroborate with the above statement the author selects the FORTRAN language of computer to demonstrate the value of expression by an assignment statement together with the control transfer statement; form of simple variable; applicatory injunction; physical & logical sequence with due analysis of the concepts; Subprogram in the Vedas; data transmission; categorization of statements; job step concept in computers; queues/stacks & paurvaparya & vitati; time sharing systems; processing time computers; Avilamba of Mimamsa; and password concept in light of Adhikaravidhi.
I find the publication the Vedas and Computers highly relevant to our quest for significantly upgrading modern computational capability by incorporating the profound wisdom of Vedic computing into the future algorithms for high performance computing. The value of Vedic computing , in fact, lies in terms of improved logistic and faster algorithm. The work of Avadhanulu is highly innovative and largely original for its applicability and relevance to the modern computational science.”
- (Book Review-MLBD (Motilal Banarsi Das ) News letter, November, 2003)
Title of the book: “VEDAS AND COMPUTERS”(Concepts of Computer Compilers in Vedic Mimamsa)
What the author has done here is to look at some striking similarities between Vedas and Computers. The book gives an overall view of some of the areas where computer language and Sanskrit meet. It takes up to the point where the knowledge embedded in Vedic Mimamsa can contribute to modern computers in their concepts and definitions.
The author has done a remarkable work in opening up a
whole new world for researchers who could explore whether a system for
processing the statements existed during the Vedic period.