computable structure

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computable structure

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A mathematical structure for which a systematic algorithm exists for solving all problems with that structure. It has been postulated that fundamental physics should involve computable structures, although some approaches to quantum gravity involve mathematical structures that are not computable.

Subjects: Physics.

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