Ubiquity symposium 'What is computation?'
Computation is process
Ubiquity, Volume 2010 Issue November, November 2010 | BY Dennis J. Frailey
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Various authors define forms of computation as specialized types of processes. As the scope of computation widens, the range of such specialties increases. Dennis J. Frailey posits that the essence of computation can be found in any form of process, hence the title and the thesis of this paper in the Ubiquity symposium discussion what is computation. --Editor