Emergence as a Computability-Theoretic Phenomenon (2008)

by S. Barry Cooper
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1 FROM DESCARTES TO TURING: THE COMPUTATIONAL CONTENT OF SUPERVENIENCE – S. Barry Cooper, Leeds Ls Jt
The Extended Turing Model As Contextual Tool – S. Barry Cooper
11 How can Nature help us compute – S. Barry Cooper - 2006
1 The Incomputable Alan Turing – S. Barry Cooper
11 The Broad Conception Of Computation – B. Jack Copeland - 1997
development of computer science – J. Díaz C. Torras
A personal account of Turing’s imprint on the development of computer science – J. Díaz, C. Torras
1 The physical and philosophical implications of the Church-Turing thesis – Eleni Pagani - 2004
31 Beyond The Universal Turing Machine – B. Jack Copeland, Richard Sylvan - 1998
Turing's titanic machine? -- Embodied and disembodied computing at the Turing Centenary – S. Barry Cooper - 2012
11 Bayesian Fundamentalism or Enlightenment? On the explanatory status and theoretical contributions of Bayesian models of cognition – Matt Jones, Bradley C. Love - 2011
7 Computation – B. Jack Copeland
4 On Alan Turing's Anticipation Of Connectionism – B. Jack Copeland, Diane Proudfoot - 1996
21. Notes on memory (1945) Universal Turing Machine – unknown authors
15 Even Turing Machines Can Compute Uncomputable Functions – B. Jack Copeland - 1998
Incomputability after Alan Turing – S. Barry Cooper
21 Hypercomputation and the Physical Church-Turing Thesis – Paolo Cotogno - 2003
The Electric Charge and Magnetization Distribution of the Nucleon: Evidence of a Subatomic Turing Wave Pattern – Paul A. Laviolette, Ph. D - 2008
On the calculating power of Laplace’s demon (Part I) – John Longley - 2006