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The Incomputable Journeys Beyond the Turing Barrier

by S. Barry Cooper

Part of the Theory and Applications of Computability Series

The Incomputable Journeys Beyond the Turing Barrier Synopsis

This book questions the relevance of computation to the physical universe. Our theories deliver computational descriptions, but the gaps and discontinuities in our grasp suggest a need for continued discourse between researchers from different disciplines, and this book is unique in its focus on the mathematical theory of incomputability and its relevance for the real world. The core of the book consists of thirteen chapters in five parts on extended models of computation; the search for natural examples of incomputable objects; mind, matter, and computation; the nature of information, complexity, and randomness; and the mathematics of emergence and morphogenesis. This book will be of interest to researchers in the areas of theoretical computer science, mathematical logic, and philosophy.

Book Information

ISBN: 9783319436678
Publication date: 12th May 2017
Author: S. Barry Cooper
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 292 pages
Categories: Mathematical theory of computation, Computer architecture & logic design, Mathematical foundations,

About S. Barry Cooper

Prof. S. Barry Cooper was a Professor of Pure Mathematics at the University of Leeds. He was the founding President of the Computability in Europe Association, and a prolific author and editor in the domain of computability. He championed Alan Turing's achievements in logic and computer science, and in particular he motivated and organized cross-disciplinary collaborations, among them the events, publications and broadcasts of the Alan Turing Year in 2012. Dr. Mariya I. Soskova is an associate professor in the Dept. of Mathematical Logic and Applications in Sofia University. She was recently a visiting scholar at the University of California, and ...

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