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Example of a System which is Computation Universal but not Effectively Programmable

By I Uncasfe Su-n-i M, Michael Conrad and Dtfc Tab

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L.This document has been aPpfd for public release and sole;it- djitibutiofl is unlimited. The incorporation of a chaotic component in a computing system is incompatible with its being effectively programmable. The example presented shows that the concepts of programming suitable for biological systems may differ from those which have grown out of our experience with present day digital computers. f/i, I'Accesslon poNTIS QI---

Year: 1981
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