How to compare the power of computational models (2005)

by Udi Boker , Nachum Dershowitz
Venue:In Computability in Europe 2005: New Computational Paradigms
Citations:3 - 3 self

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1 A Hypercomputational Alien – Udi Boker, Nachum Dershowitz - 2005
The Influence of Domain . . . – Udi Boker - 2008
7 The general purpose analog computer and computable analysis are two equivalent paradigms of analog computation – Olivier Bournez, Manuel L. Campagnolo, Daniel S. Graça, Emmanuel Hainry - 2006
6 N.: Comparing computational power – Udi Boker, Nachum Dershowitz
18 Some recent developments on Shannon’s general purpose analog computer – Daniel Silva Graça
22 Polynomial differential equations compute all real computable functions on computable compact intervals – Olivier Bournez , Manuel L. Campagnolo , Daniel S. Graça , Emmanuel Hainry - 2007
12345efghi UNIVERSITY OF WALES SWANSEA REPORT SERIES – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker
14 Computations via experiments with kinematic systems – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker - 2004
Hyperbolic systems with non-computable basins of attraction – Daniel S. Graça, Ning Zhong - 2012
Church’s Thesis – Guram Bezhanishvili
2 Historical Projects in Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science – Janet Barnett, Guram Bezhanishvili, Hing Leung, Jerry Lodder, David Pengelley, Desh Ranjan
Thèse de Church. Autres Modèles de Calculs – Olivier Bournez - 2009
1 What lies beyond the mountains? Computational systems beyond the Turing limit – José Félix Costa, Jerzy Mycka - 2005
3 A network model of analogue computation over metric algebras – John V. Tucker, Jeffery I. Zucker - 2005
12 Can Newtonian systems, bounded in space, time, mass and energy compute all functions? – E. J. Beggs, J. V. Tucker
7 Computational Complexity of an Optical Model of Computation – Damien Woods - 2005
14 An Optical Model of Computation – Damien Woods, Thomas J. Naughton - 2004
Effectiveness ∗ – Nachum Dershowitz, Evgenia Falkovich, Gleichung Eine, Diophantische Gleichung - 2011
4 Turing Oracle Machines, Online Computing, and Three Displacements in Computability Theory – Robert I. Soare - 2009