Implementation Is Semantic Interpretation

The Monist 82 (1):109-130 (1999)
What is the computational notion of "implementation"? It is not individuation, instantiation, reduction, or supervenience. It is, I suggest, semantic interpretation. The online version differs from the published version in being a bit longer and going into a bit more detail.
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