How can Nature help us compute (2006)

by S. Barry Cooper
Venue:SOFSEM 2006: Theory and Practice of Computer Science – 32nd Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science, Merin, Czech Republic, January 21–27
Citations:11 - 3 self

Active Bibliography

1 FROM DESCARTES TO TURING: THE COMPUTATIONAL CONTENT OF SUPERVENIENCE – S. Barry Cooper, Leeds Ls Jt
1 The Incomputable Alan Turing – S. Barry Cooper
3 Emergence as a Computability-Theoretic Phenomenon – S. Barry Cooper - 2008
Models of Hypercomputation – Erman Acar - 2012
11 The Broad Conception Of Computation – B. Jack Copeland - 1997
1 The physical and philosophical implications of the Church-Turing thesis – Eleni Pagani - 2004
On the calculating power of Laplace’s demon (Part I) – John Longley - 2006
Turing's titanic machine? -- Embodied and disembodied computing at the Turing Centenary – S. Barry Cooper - 2012
31 Beyond The Universal Turing Machine – B. Jack Copeland, Richard Sylvan - 1998
1 Comparative Analysis of Hypercomputational Systems Submitted in partial fulfilment – Mariam Kiran, Supervisor Dr Mike Stannett
15 Even Turing Machines Can Compute Uncomputable Functions – B. Jack Copeland - 1998
1 The Physical Church-Turing Thesis: Modest or Bold? – Gualtiero Piccinini
Incomputability after Alan Turing – S. Barry Cooper
2.1 Cognitive Architecture – Rick Grush
The Extended Turing Model As Contextual Tool – S. Barry Cooper
21 Hypercomputation and the Physical Church-Turing Thesis – Paolo Cotogno - 2003
9 Bio-Steps Beyond Turing – Cristian S. Calude, Gheorghe Păun - 2004
5 The Emergent Computational Potential of Evolving Artificial Living Systems – Jiri Wiedermann, Jan Van Leeuwen - 2002
Computational Completeness of Interaction Machines and Turing Machines – Peter Wegner, Eugene Eberbach, Mark Burgin