Konrad Zuse’s Rechnender Raum. (Calculating Space). 1st. re-edition1 written in LATEX by A. German and H. Zenil. As published in A Computable Universe. Rechnender Raum has 8 ratings and 2 reviews. Snootwaller said: A treatise on the concept of computational metaphysics, positing that the universe may b. Konrad Zuse’s Rechnender Raum (Calculating Space) is a book which proposes the idea that the universe is computed by cellular automaton.
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rajm As the functions of the mechanism are kept on the outside of the sculpture, one can easily follow them, yet the results of the computations enter the centre of the structure and are hidden from the observer.
Zuse proposed that the universe is being computed in real time on some sort of discrete computing machinery, thus challenging the view that some physical laws are continuous by nature.
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Adventures in the Ontology of Space. Friedel Weinert – unknown. Martin rated it it was amazing May 01, However, Rechnender Raum does not interact with, or extend itself into the physical environment. Trivia About Rechnender Raum.
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Alternative Picture of the World. So far there is no unambiguous physical evidence against the possibility that “everything is just a computation,” and a large amount has been written about digital faum since Zuse’s book appeared. Caspar Oesterheld – – Synthese 9.