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    Electrical Resistance of Disordered One-Dimensional Lattices.Rolf Landauer - 1970 - Philosophical Magazine 21 (172):863-867.
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    Computation and Physics: Wheeler's Meaning Circuit? [REVIEW]Rolf Landauer - 1986 - Foundations of Physics 16 (6):551-564.
    Computation is a physical process, inevitably utilizing physical degrees of freedom. Computation, therefore, is restricted by the laws of physics and also by the construction materials and operating environments available in our actual universe. These restrictions have been investigated for a quarter century. A discussion of this field is provided, too concise to be a review, but only intended as a guide to the literature. Physical law, in turn, consists of algorithms for information processing. Therefore, the ultimate form of physical (...)
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    Response to “The Computer and the Heat Engine”.Rolf Landauer - 1989 - Foundations of Physics 19 (6):729-732.
    Costa de Beauregard has criticized the notion of reversible computation, invented by Charles Bennett and expounded by this author. Costa de Beauregard states that my work includes fantastic claims. This is a rebuttal.
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