A Representation-Theoretic Approach to Reversible Computation with Applications
Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapport › Ph.d.-afhandling › Forskning
Andreas Milton Maniotis
Reversible computing is a sub-discipline of computer science that helps to understand the foundations of the interplay between physics, algebra, and logic in the context of computation. Its subjects of study are computational devices and abstract models of computation that satisfy the constraint of information conservation. Such machine models, which are known as reversible models of computation, have been examined both from a theoretical perspective and from an engineering perspective. While a bundle of many isolated successful findings and applications concerning reversible computing exists, there is still no uniform and consistent theory that is general in the sense of giving a model-independent account to the field.
|Forlag||Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen|
|Status||Udgivet - 2015|