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Non-Turing Computers are the new Non-Euclidean Geometries

By Mark Hogarth


While it goes without saying that computing devices need space and time (spacetime), nothing in Turing’s theory of idealized computation prepares one for the rich nature of a computer’s dependence on the underlying spacetime geometry. Nor does that theory prepare one for the vast array of non-Turing computers (and one computer à la Turing) obtained by paintin

Year: 2013
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