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Unconventional models in computation

third international conference, UMC 2002, Kobe, Japan, October 15-19, 2002 : proceedings

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        LC Classifications2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages68
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 103540443118
        2Lecture notes in computer science -- 2509.

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This work covers all major areas of unconventional computation, including quantum computing, DNA-based computation, membrane computing and evolutionary algorithms. Concurrency is one of the hot subjects in computer science today. I will also introduce the term with a definition by enumeration: the conventional models of computation include Turing machines, lambda calculus, Markov algorithms, or finite state machines.

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[1969], Information, Mechanism and MeaningCambridge, MA: MIT Press. KUMs operate, modifying their storage, as follows:• The ten invited speakers at the conference were: 1. The point is that both parties in the controversy seem to agree that implementation is 1 required for the physical computation to occur; and 2 not specified by algorithms alone. No attempt is made [ — ] to build a functioning computer through the mechanical collisions of billiard balls. Note that this machine was the first physical instantiation of KUM or at least the first documented instantiation.

Notice that the 2007 description of the Physarum machine, from the mechanistic point of view, is not a satisfactory mechanistic model.