Incomputability in Physics and Biology

@article{Longo2012IncomputabilityIP,
  title={Incomputability in Physics and Biology},
  author={Giuseppe Longo},
  journal={Mathematical Structures in Computer Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={880-900}
}
Computability has its origins in Logic within the framework formed along the original path laid down by the founding fathers of the modern foundational analysis for Mathematics (Frege and Hilbert). This theoretical itinerary, which was largely focused on Logic and Arithmetic, departed in principle from the renewed relations between Geometry and Physics occurring at the time. In particular, the key issue of physical measurement, as our only access to ‘reality’, played no part in its theoretical… CONTINUE READING

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