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Randomness through computation : some answers, more questions / editor, Hector Zenil.
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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
New Jersey : World Scientific, c2011.
Format:
Book
xviii, 419 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents:
Is randomness necessary? / R. Graham
Probability is a lot of logic at once : if you don't know which one to pick, take 'em all / T. Toffoli
Statistical testing of randomness : new and old procedures / A.L. Rukhin
Scatter and regularity imply Benford's law... and more / N. Gauvrit, J.P. Delahaye
Some bridging results and challenges in classical, quantum and computational randomness / G. Longo, C. Palamidessi, T. Paul
Metaphysics, metamathematics and metabiology / G. Chaitin
Uncertainty in physics and computation / M.A. Stay
Indeterminism and randomness through physics / K. Svozil
The MartinLöfChaitin thesis : the identification by recursion theory of the mathematical notion of random sequence / J.P. Delahaye
The road to intrinsic randomness / S. Wolfram
Algorithmic probability : its discovery, it's properties and application to strong AI / R.J. Solomonoff
Algorithmic randomness as foundation of inductive reasoning and artificial intelligence / M. Hutter
Randomness, Occam's razor, AI, creativity and digital physics / J. Schmidhuber
Randomness everywhere : my path to algorithmic information theory / C.S. Calude
The impact of algorithmic information theory on our current views on complexity, randomness, information and prediction / P. Gács
Randomness, computability and information / J.S. Miller
Studying randomness through computation / A. Nies
Computability, algorithmic randomness and complexity / R.G. Downey
Is randomness native to computer science? Ten years after / M. FerbusZanda, S. Grigorieff
Randomness as circuit complexity (and the connection to pseudorandomness) / E. Allender
Randomness : a tool for constructing and analyzing computer programs / A. Kuc̆era
Connecting randomness to computation / M. Li
From errorcorrecting codes to algorithmic informational theory / L. Staiger
Randomness in algorithms / O. Watanabe
Is the universe random? / C.S. Calude, J.L. Casti, G.J. Chaitin, P.C.W. Davies, K. Svozil, S. Wolfram
What is computation? (How) Does nature computer? / C.S. Calude, G.J. Chaitin, E. Fredkin, A.J. Leggett, R. de Ruyter, T. Toffoli, S. Wolfram.
Contributor:
Zenil, Hector.
Subjects:
Stochastic processes.
Computational complexity.
Random polynomials.
ISBN:
9789814327749
9814327743
Catkey: 9412264
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