Instructional Information Processing: Replies Considered [Book Review]

Philosophy and Technology 26 (1):71-72 (2013)

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Nir Fresco
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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Wolf and White address different aspects of the paper and in this present reply space only permits making two brief remarks. One concerns White’s intriguing observation that digital computation without erasing information is possible. The second concerns the importance of control information in digital computing systems.
Keywords Information processing  Information erasure  Control information  Instructional information
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DOI 10.1007/s13347-012-0072-9
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