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  1. Russell Trenholme (1994). Analog Simulation. Philosophy of Science 61 (1):115-131.
    The distinction between analog and digital representation is reexamined; it emerges that a more fundamental distinction is that between symbolic and analog simulation. Analog simulation is analyzed in terms of a (near) isomorphism of causal structures between a simulating and a simulated process. It is then argued that a core concept, naturalistic analog simulation, may play a role in a bottom-up theory of adaptive behavior which provides an alternative to representational analyses. The appendix discusses some formal conditions for naturalistic analog (...)
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  2. Russell Trenholme (1978). A Physicalist Analysis of Probability. Noûs 12 (3):303-316.
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  3. Russell Trenholme (1978). Doing Without Events. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 8 (1):173 - 185.
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  4. Russell Trenholme (1975). Causation and Necessity. Journal of Philosophy 72 (14):444-465.
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