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Programs, Proofs, Processes [electronic resource] :6th Conference on Computability in Europe, CiE 2010, Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal, June 30 – July 4, 2010. Proceedings /

Contributor(s): Ferreira, Fernando [editor.] | Löwe, Benedikt [editor.] | Mayordomo, Elvira [editor.] | Mendes Gomes, Luís [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 6158Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010.Description: XIV, 450 p. 37 illus. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642139628.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer programming | Programming languages (Electronic computers) | Computers | Algorithms | Artificial intelligence | Computer Science | Programming Techniques | Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters | Theory of Computation | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Computation by Abstract Devices | Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics)Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Avoiding Simplicity Is Complex -- Higher-Order Containers -- On the Completeness of Quantum Computation Models -- The Ordinal of Skolem + Tetration Is ? 0 -- Proofs, Programs, Processes -- Ergodic-Type Characterizations of Algorithmic Randomness -- How Powerful Are Integer-Valued Martingales? -- A Faster Algorithm for Finding Minimum Tucker Submatrices -- Processes in Space -- Computability of Countable Subshifts -- The Limits of Tractability in Resolution-Based Propositional Proof Systems -- Haskell before Haskell: Curry’s Contribution to Programming (1946–1950) -- A Miniaturisation of Ramsey’s Theorem -- Graph Structures and Algorithms for Query-Log Analysis -- On the Complexity of Local Search for Weighted Standard Set Problems -- Computational Interpretations of Analysis via Products of Selection Functions -- The Peirce Translation and the Double Negation Shift -- Counting the Changes of Random Sets -- Boole: From Calculating Numbers to Calculating Thoughts -- Approximability and Hardness in Multi-objective Optimization -- Is Not a Heyting Algebra -- Lower Bounds for Reducibility to the Kolmogorov Random Strings -- Spatial Models for Virtual Networks -- DNA Rearrangements through Spatial Graphs -- On Index Sets of Some Properties of Computable Algebras -- The Strength of the Besicovitch-Davies Theorem -- Circuit Complexity and Multiplicative Complexity of Boolean Functions -- Definability in the Subword Order -- Undecidability in Weihrauch Degrees -- Degrees with Almost Universal Cupping Property -- Incomputability in Physics -- Approximate Self-assembly of the Sierpinski Triangle -- Hairpin Lengthening -- Infinities in Quantum Field Theory and in Classical Computing: Renormalization Program -- Computational Complexity Aspects in Membrane Computing -- Computable Ordered Abelian Groups and Fields -- Focusing in Asynchronous Games -- A Note on the Least Informative Model of a Theory -- Three Roots for Leibniz’s Contribution to the Computational Conception of Reason -- Development of a Bacteria Computer: From in silico Finite Automata to in vitro and in vivo -- The Complexity of Explicit Constructions -- Kolmogorov Complexity Cores -- Every -Set Is Natural, Up to Turing Equivalence -- Computable Fields and Weak Truth-Table Reducibility -- What Is the Problem with Proof Nets for Classical Logic? -- Quasi-linear Dialectica Extraction -- Computing with Concepts, Computing with Numbers: Llull, Leibniz, and Boole -- Inference Concerning Physical Systems.
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Avoiding Simplicity Is Complex -- Higher-Order Containers -- On the Completeness of Quantum Computation Models -- The Ordinal of Skolem + Tetration Is ? 0 -- Proofs, Programs, Processes -- Ergodic-Type Characterizations of Algorithmic Randomness -- How Powerful Are Integer-Valued Martingales? -- A Faster Algorithm for Finding Minimum Tucker Submatrices -- Processes in Space -- Computability of Countable Subshifts -- The Limits of Tractability in Resolution-Based Propositional Proof Systems -- Haskell before Haskell: Curry’s Contribution to Programming (1946–1950) -- A Miniaturisation of Ramsey’s Theorem -- Graph Structures and Algorithms for Query-Log Analysis -- On the Complexity of Local Search for Weighted Standard Set Problems -- Computational Interpretations of Analysis via Products of Selection Functions -- The Peirce Translation and the Double Negation Shift -- Counting the Changes of Random Sets -- Boole: From Calculating Numbers to Calculating Thoughts -- Approximability and Hardness in Multi-objective Optimization -- Is Not a Heyting Algebra -- Lower Bounds for Reducibility to the Kolmogorov Random Strings -- Spatial Models for Virtual Networks -- DNA Rearrangements through Spatial Graphs -- On Index Sets of Some Properties of Computable Algebras -- The Strength of the Besicovitch-Davies Theorem -- Circuit Complexity and Multiplicative Complexity of Boolean Functions -- Definability in the Subword Order -- Undecidability in Weihrauch Degrees -- Degrees with Almost Universal Cupping Property -- Incomputability in Physics -- Approximate Self-assembly of the Sierpinski Triangle -- Hairpin Lengthening -- Infinities in Quantum Field Theory and in Classical Computing: Renormalization Program -- Computational Complexity Aspects in Membrane Computing -- Computable Ordered Abelian Groups and Fields -- Focusing in Asynchronous Games -- A Note on the Least Informative Model of a Theory -- Three Roots for Leibniz’s Contribution to the Computational Conception of Reason -- Development of a Bacteria Computer: From in silico Finite Automata to in vitro and in vivo -- The Complexity of Explicit Constructions -- Kolmogorov Complexity Cores -- Every -Set Is Natural, Up to Turing Equivalence -- Computable Fields and Weak Truth-Table Reducibility -- What Is the Problem with Proof Nets for Classical Logic? -- Quasi-linear Dialectica Extraction -- Computing with Concepts, Computing with Numbers: Llull, Leibniz, and Boole -- Inference Concerning Physical Systems.

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