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Les Hatton

2012f2

Equilibriation of information in software systems

CiE 2012, CambridgeCiE-17-06-2012.pdf

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This shows how quickly software systems equilibriate to the clockwork theorem shown on the front page of this site. Just as in gases, this takes place very quickly as numbers of tokens increases.

Presented at the Alan Turing centenary conference Cambridge. Nice dinner afterwards at King's afterwards, his, my, and the conference keynote speaker and my old friend, Leslie Valiant's college. A real treat with a day out at Bletchley Park thrown in.

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