The Connection between Logical and Thermodynamical Irreversibility

@inproceedings{Short2005TheCB,
  title={The Connection between Logical and Thermodynamical Irreversibility},
  author={Tony Short and James Ladyman and Berry Groisman and Stuart Presnell},
  year={2005}
}
There has recently been a good deal of controversy about Landauer’s Principle, which is often stated as follows: The erasure of one bit of information in a computational device is necessarily accompanied by a generation of kT ln 2 heat. This is often generalised to the claim that any logically irreversible operation cannot be implemented in a thermodynamically reversible way. John Norton (2005) and Owen Maroney (2005) both argue that Landauer’s Principle has not been shown to hold in general… CONTINUE READING
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